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Rangers to lead programs

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Provided to the Tribune. Forest Service Interpretive Specialist Steve Paris will portray "Comstock Charlie" in the living history program at the Lake of the Sky Amphitheater.

For the rest of the summer and into Labor Day, the interpretive staff at the Taylor Creek Visitor Center will conduct evening programs at the Lake of the Sky Amphitheater.

These programs are in addition to the Thursday night guest speaker programs that take place throughout the summer.

The ranger-led programs take place at 8 p.m. on Wednesday and Saturday.

The program scheduled for Wednesday evenings include:

Aug. 16 – An IMAX presentation on bears

Aug. 23 – Birds of the Tahoe Basin

Aug. 30 – T is for Tahoe (Tahoe from A to Z)

The programs scheduled for Saturday evenings include:

Aug. 12 – Comstock Charlie (a living history programs with songs and stories)

Aug. 19 – T is for Tahoe (Tahoe from A to Z)

Aug. 26 – An IMAX presentation on bears

Sept. 2 – Comstock Charlie ( a living history program with songs and stories)

For more information on these programs, contact the Taylor Creek Visitor Center at (530) 543-2674.

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