Games, barbecue and more at Tahoe Day in Paradise |

Games, barbecue and more at Tahoe Day in Paradise

South Lake Tahoe Optimist Club will host duck races as part of its Day in Paradise event in Meyers on Saturday, June 18.
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If you go

What: 13th annual South Lake Tahoe Optimist Club’s Day in Paradise

When: Saturday, June 18

Where: Tahoe Paradise Park

Tickets: Free

Info: 530-541-4700

The whole family can partake in a day of activities in Meyers this Saturday, June 18.

The 13th annual South Lake Tahoe Optimist Club’s Day in Paradise takes place from 8-10 a.m. at Tahoe Paradise Park.

Day in Paradise includes duck races, barbecue, a rib cook-off, a beer garden, a car show, a silent auction and games for kids. A pancake breakfast kicks off the day from 8-10 a.m.

The event will also include live music by the Bison Bluegrass Band and Pre Flight.

South Shore’s Bison Bluegrass Band is a four-piece group that plays “free range organic bluegrass and American roots music.”

Entrance to the Optimist’s Day in Paradise is free. Tickets for the duck races are available by calling 530-541-4700.

Tahoe Paradise Park is located at 1011 East San Bernardino Ave.

“On the banks of the Upper Truckee River is one of Tahoe’s little known gems,” according to a description from the Tahoe Paradise Park Resort Improvement District. “Tahoe Paradise Park provides numerous ways to spend a great lazy day.”

The South Lake Tahoe Optimist Club is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting young people at Lake Tahoe’s South Shore. The organization’s motto is “Friend of Youth.”

More information on Day in Paradise and the South Lake Tahoe Optimist’s Club is available by calling 530-541-4700.

— Lake Tahoe Action

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