Dave Schnake, a Tahoe Rim Trail Association board member and crew leader, is a trained geologist and geochemist. He will give the low down on Tahoe geology, answer hard questions, and maybe even talk about those strange rocks.
The talk is free, but seats are limited at the South Lake Tahoe Library on Rufus Allen Boulevard.
The Tahoe Rim Trail geology talk is April 25 at 6pm.
Lake Tahoe South Shore Chamber of Commerce’s next After Five Mixer will be April 27 from 5-7:30pm at Blue Angel Cafe and Chimayo Street Grill on Ski Run Boulevard in South Lake Tahoe. Cost is $10 for members, $20 for others.
South Lake Tahoe Yacht Club members are hosting a night of chili and bingo on April 28.
The event will be at the SLTYC’s Clubhouse located in the Tahoe Keys Marina at 2435 Venice Drive, South Lake Tahoe. It’s on the second floor above the harbor master’s office. The no host bar with appetizers opens at 5:30pm. The chili tasting and dinner begins at 6:30pm. Bingo and dessert follows.
The cost is $15.
For more information and to RSVP for the chili cook-off, contact Carol Gerard at [email protected] by April 25.
Mother Earth will be the center of attention in South Lake Tahoe on April 29 in the annual Earth Day celebration from 10am-3pm at Bijou Community Park.
The free event will include an array of educational booths, vendors, and an area where children can make recycled-themed arts and crafts. Sacramento’s Ideateam will provide a funk-and-soul soundtrack.
Earth Day recognizes, celebrates, and promotes the region’s unique beauty while educating the public about local environmental issues. Learn about ways to counteract global climate change through recycling and composting, alternative energy, water conservation, sustainability, and reducing one’s ecological footprint.
The Tahoe Earth Day Foundation, a nonprofit organization
Very Little Law of Any Kind: Law, Legislation and Hullabaloo during the California Gold Rush is the subject of author Gary Noy’s talk on April 29 at 3pm.
The free talk will be at the South Lake Tahoe Library on Rufus Allen Boulevard.
His latest book is “Gold Rush Stories: 49 Tales of Seekers, Scoundrels, Loss and Luck” which features 49 unique and sometimes hard to believe, stories from the California Gold Rush. Book sale and signing to follow the talk.