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What’s Happening

Come and visit Santa at the Barton Foundation “Santa Party” from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday.

The holiday festivities will take place at the new Barton Mountain Café inside Barton Memorial Hospital.

Each family will receive one complimentary 5-by-7-inch photo with Santa Claus, while enjoying holiday music and light refreshments. Additional photos will be available at $6 each.

Every child attending will also receive a complimentary, personalized ornament. For more information call Barton Hospital Foundation at (530) 543-5614.

Wine walk at Heavenly Village

The shops at Heavenly Village will conduct a wine and beer walk from 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday to benefit Christmas Cheer and Toys for Tots.

Participants will purchase their glass at Wines on the Lake before proceeding to 12 locations to taste wines from around the world.

Many shops are serving food and drinks and hosting special sales.

Wines on the Lake is on the back side of the plaza across from the ice rink.

For more information, call (530) 544-3839.

Legion to host children’s party

American Legion Post 795 will sponsor its children’s Christmas party from 2 to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Legion Hall, 2748 Lake Tahoe Blvd., across from Meek’s Building Center.

Santa Claus will be available for photos and will distribute presents to the children. The event will include cookies and punch. Come and bring the kids and enjoy their happy little faces. For more information, call Cmdr. Gene Ross at (530) 542-3646.

Child screening is scheduled

The Douglas County School District Early Childhood Special Education Program will conduct Child Find from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Gardnerville Elementary School.

Child Find screens children ages 3 to 5 for possible delays (special needs) in speech, language, cognitive/pre-academic skills, self-help and/or motor skills.

For more information about Child Find, call (775) 782-4355.

The Douglas County Early Childhood Special Education Program is a district-wide special education program serving 3- to 5-year-old children with special needs.

Many services are available through the program for children who qualify.

These services include developmental preschool, speech and language therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, adaptive physical education, behavioral/social-emotional intervention and consultation with local preschools.

The Douglas County Early Childhood Special Education Program is committed to fostering the continuous growth and development of each child by aligning its services to meet the uniquely different needs of each student in the program.

-Provided to the Tribune

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