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The Parents’ Club for Zephyr Cove Elementary School would like to remind everyone that the annual Fall Fest at Zephyr Cove Elementary is back.

Come to Zephyr Cove Field on Warrior Way across from the school on Sunday, Oct. 8, from noon to 4 p.m. There will be games, arts and crafts, races and contests, a bake sale, great food, entertainment and fun and prizes for everyone.

Plus, come and participate in our first chili cook-off contest. Enter your own secret family-recipe chili for a $10 entry fee or come and vote for your favorite.

For details, call (775) 586-9360 or e-mail skiheavenlee@ hotmail.com.

Dance theme is black and white

Tahoe Dance Band invites everyone to a Black & White Dance on Friday at the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center, 3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd., from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Those who wish may wear either black or white, or both. It is not necessary to come as a couple to the dance. There will be mixers to see that everyone has a chance dance and get acquainted. The 17-piece band plays all kinds of music for dancing and listening pleasure. There are always men and women who come alone to find dance partners or to just enjoy listening to the music.

The $8 admission includes wine, appetizers and desserts. Call Francine (530) 541-8380 or Arline (775) 588-6997.

Widowed group plans activities

Fall is in the air, and widowed persons don’t gladly anticipate the dark and lonely winter months. If this sounds like you, the South Lake chapter of the Widowed Persons Association of California may have some good news.

Local widowed persons get together monthly for a “Chat ‘n Chew” luncheon, a “Mystery Dinner,” pizza night, and a brief meeting and a dinner in a member’s home. In addition, members gather for coffee, cross country skiing, hiking, movies or other activities.

Out-of-town shopping or theater trips are planned as members indicate interest. Local theater trips are a popular activity. Membership in the Widowed Persons Association is open to all widowed men and women. Those interested are invited to join with local members at the luncheon, dinner, or pizza gatherings to explore membership. Information on membership and a calendar of activities can be obtained by phoning (530) 542-4912.

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