Truckee Tahoe Community Announcements
Named after Stone Soup, the Grimm Brothers fable about cooperation amid scarcity, a local group has cooked up an opportunity for Truckee residents to break bread together each Sunday evening at the Truckee Recreation Center.According to Stone Soups organizers, all are welcome at the soup and bread community dinners. Supported by local nonprofit service organizations, the Sunday suppers are offered in the spirit of community. Everyone is encouraged to attend. Come if you cant afford to donate and come if you can afford to pitch in.I thought we could do more than a soup kitchen, explains Deb Ryan, one of the events organizers. This is a way to build and sustain our community during a rough winter. We are looking to feed those who are hungry and to give us all a greater sense of community. Our motto is giving when we can, receiving when we need.Stone Soup is slated for Sunday evenings, March 1 through May 17, from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at the Truckee Donner Recreation andamp; Park Districts Community Center, 10046 Church St., Truckee.Project MANA, Slow Food, Lake Tahoe and Truckee Donner Parks and Recreation Department sponsor the soup nights. Additionally, top local chefs are lending their culinary expertise to the Stone Soup suppers.For more information, contact Kaili Sanchez of Project MANA in Truckee at 582-4079.
Please join the Bookshelf at the Boatworks Mall for a book-signing event Saturday, Feb. 28, from 4 to 6 p.m. One of the most amazing survival stories ever told journalist Jennifer Woodliefs A Wall of White, is the gripping account of the deadliest ski-area avalanche in North American history and the woman who survived in the face of incalculable odds at Alpine Meadows. For more information please call 581-1900 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
March is Womens History Monthjoin the Women of the Sierras presented by North Tahoe American Association of University Women (A.A.U.W.) for an interesting and informative evening March 12, 7 p.m. at the Tahoe City PUD Board Room on Fairway Drive. A.A.U.W. members will be portraying women from our Lake Tahoe area. In costume, they will tell you about their lives and historical significance. This event is open to guests so bring a friend, spouse, neighbor, or anyone else who would like to come. Dont miss this very special evening! The public is welcome to attend. If you are interested in becoming a member of A.A.U.W., please call our membership V.P.s for more information at (775) 831-4025 or 546-4011.
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