Himmel Haus adopts club’s spaghetti feed
Himmel Haus will provide a spaghetti feed Thursday at the Boys & Girls Club Lake Tahoe’s site on Lyons Avenue.
Each month, the Boys & Girls Club hosts a family spaghetti feed. This month, Himmel Haus will be provide spaghetti, garlic bread and salad for the event.
The event will be held from 5-6:30 p.m. at the site, 1100 Lyons Ave. Tickets cost $5 and can be purchased in advance or at the door.
The Boys & Girls Club is seeking restaurants who would like to “adopt a month” for the spaghetti feed nights in the upcoming months. For information, visit http://www.bgclt.org or call 530-542-0838.
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Forum to discuss beavers, land-use conflicts and management
Lahontan Regional Water Quality Control Board staff will host a forum Friday to receive input from agencies, land managers, and interested parties regarding beavers, beaver habitat modifications, and beaver management in the greater Tahoe/Truckee area. This forum is meant to provide a means for interested parties to voice their concerns, identify issues and gain an understanding of applicable regulations pertaining to the management of beavers.
The forum will be held from 1:30-3:30 p.m. at the Lathontan Water Quality Control Board Hearing Room, Annex Office, 971 Silver Dollar Ave. in South Lake Tahoe. Anyone who has questions about the forum or needs reasonable accommodation to attend at the Water Board’s handicap-accessible meeting room should contact environmental scientist Dale Payne at 530-542-5464. An agenda can be viewed at http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/lahontan/.
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