Wooden Boat Week schedule
Thursday, Aug. 10, 6 p.m.Opening Night: Welcoming Reception and DinnerWest Shore Cafe, Homewood- Wooden Boat Week kickoff- Special viewing of rare antique woodies- In keeping with Tahoe tradition, casual evening attire requested (tie optional)- Reservations, dinner $65 each- Limited seating based on receipt of reservationFriday, Aug. 11,9 a.m. to 4 p.m.Concours d’Elegance: Day 1 “Century Boats”Sierra Boat Company, Carnelian Bay- More than 125 wooden boats on display for up close and personal viewing and judging- Vote for your favorite People’s Choice craft- Exhibits and restoration clinics- Food, drinks and musical accompaniment- 1 Day tickets at the gate are $20; Seniors, 62 and over, $15- 2 Day tickets at the gate are $25; Seniors, 62 and over, $20- Children under 12 years free when accompanied by an adult- Please, no strollers or dogsSaturday, Aug. 12,9 a.m. to 4 p.m.Concours d’Elegance: Day 2 “Century Boats”Sierra Boat Company, Carnelian Bay- Enjoy a second day of viewing- Exhibits and Restoration Clinics continue- Food and libations- See the boats roar off at 4 p.m.Saturday, Aug. 12, 7 p.m.”Boaters & Blazers” Dinner and DanceLone Eagle Grille, Incline Village- Share an evening of dining and dancing under the stars at this spectacular lakefront destination.- Coat and Tie attire requested- Limited seating- Early reservation ensures space- Adult tickets $75 eachSunday, Aug. 13,10 a.m. to 3 p.m.Picnic and AwardsErhman Mansion, Tahoma- Bring your own picnic basket to Sugar Pine Point State Park- Beverages provided by Tahoe Yacht Club- Awards for best picnic spread- Concours trophy presentation at noon- Car parking: $5- Shore boat service available on a limited basis- Everyone welcome; no reservations requiredMonday, Aug. 14, 8 a.m.Woodie Over-the-Bottom Regatta &Buffet LuncheonSugar Pine Point State Park, Tahoma- Time and distance rally- Buffet lunch and beverages (boat entry includes food and drink for Captain and First Mate)- Tahoe Yacht Club members, family and guests welcome- Luncheon at noon- Boat Entry: $50 each (includes Captain and First Mate)- Additional Guests: $20 each- Children (ages 6-16; under 6, free) $12 eachMonday, Aug. 14, 6 p.m.Sponsor’s Reception and Dinner (Special Invitation Only)Chamber’s Landing, Tahoma- An exclusive evening shared with friends listening to the wonderful sounds of strings and brass, overlooking beautiful Lake Tahoe.Tuesday, Aug. 15,noon to 3 p.m.Camp Richardson RendezvousCamp Richardson- Antique & Classic Boating Society sponsors a cruise and hosted picnic- The society will provide food and beverages.- Please call Tahoe Yacht Club to R.S.V.P.Wednesday, Aug. 16, 11:30 a.m.Ladies’ Luncheon and Fashion ShowRippey Estate, West Shore Lakefront Home of David and Holly Rippey- Fashions by Sports Tahoe- Wines by Korbel Champagne Cellars- Reservations: $50 eachWednesday, Aug. 16, 11:30 a.m.Men’s GrillLakefront Home of Howard and Kay Turner, Homewood- Sit back and relax with friends- Spin some old tall tales full of exaggerations and fabrications- Barbecue cuisine with hosted bar- Reservations: $25 eachThursday, Aug. 17, 5:30 p.m.”Mahogany Magic” Potluck Grand FinaleGatekeeper’s Museum, Tahoe City- Potluck and barbecue under the stars- Bring an appetizer, salad or dessert to share- BYO barbecue fixin’s- Slide show by Brad and Sandi Hill- Reservations: $20 each
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