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TAP benefits from ’50s On Ice’ event

Dan Thrift/Tahoe Daily TribuneBrushing up on their ice skating techniques for the Tahoe Arts Project "'50s on Ice" fund-raiser are, from left, Nick Aguilar, volunteer; Peggy Aguilar-Thompson, TAP; Rebecca Hirst, TAP; Yvonne Murphy, TAP; and Tim Wilcox, volunteer.

Everyone is encouraged to put on their poodle skirt, roll up their jeans, grab their sweetie and head to the South Lake Tahoe Ice Arena Feb. 8 for a blast into the past. The fund-raiser for Tahoe Arts Project will take place from 5:15 to 7 p.m.

Advance tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for children. They will be an additional $5 at the door. Tickets include skating, skate rentals, food, beverages, silent auction, raffle and music from the 1950s. Costumes are optional, but there will be a prize for the best ’50s outfit.

Tickets may be purchased in advance at the South Lake Tahoe and Tahoe Douglas chambers of commerce, the Party House, Sierra Bookshop, Rainbow Mountain Ski Shop and Meyers School.

For more information contact Tahoe Arts Project at (530) 542-3632.

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