All-new BBQ, Beer & Beats Festival on Tahoe’s South Shore Saturday
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What: BBQ, Beer & Beats Festival
When: Saturday, Aug. 27, 2 p.m.
Where: Lake Tahoe Golf Course
Tickets: Start at $45
Fans of barbecue, beer and good music will find their home this weekend at the Rotary of South Lake Tahoe’s new fundraiser — the BBQ, Beer & Beats Festival. The event, held on Saturday, Aug. 27, from 2-7 p.m., features music from RedNeck Quartet and members of the South Lake Tahoe Ukelele Club, as well as beer samples and coupons from eight local businesses.
“There will be golf games, facepainting, balloon art and raffles,” according to the event’s Facebook page.
Proceeds from the event benefit nonprofit programs in the South Shore community.
“The Rotary of South Lake Tahoe currently supports Boys and Girls Club, SOS Outreach, South Tahoe Swim Club, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, H.E.R.O., Sugar Pine Foundation, Tahoe Youth & Family Services, South Tahoe High Sports Connection, Bread and Broth, Sawmill Pond and many more hands-on projects,” according to a Tahoe South release.
“This event is a major fundraiser for the South Lake Tahoe Rotary Club that provides scholarships for college-bound South Tahoe High School Graduates as well as supporting additional community projects,” explains the rotary website.
Lake Tahoe Golf Course, located at 2500 Emerald Bay Road, hosts the event. Tickets are available online or at BioSpirit Day Spa, Lake Valley Properties and Abelow, Pratt & Associates. An event ticket with coupons is $45 in advance, and $50 at the door. Youth tickets are available for $10, and children 5 and younger are free.
For more information, visit http://www.sltrotaryfundraiser.org or call 916-813-7938.
— Lake Tahoe Action
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