“If Walls Could Talk,” a long running, hit series on Home and Garden Television (HGTV), is looking for homeowners to be featured on the show. If you have renovated a historic home and made any amazing, possibly valuable discoveries we want to talk to you.
A select few will be delighted to find out just how much value their items hold when our “If Walls Could Talk” appraiser drops by for a visit.
The series premiered in 1998 and has aired more than 200 episodes. If you are an energetic historic homeowner who has found items with interesting stories, and possibly value behind them, contact research coordinator, Sara Adams, at (303) 712-3125 or e-mail SAdams@highnoonentertainment.com.
Learn how to make pine needle baskets
A pine needle basket-making class is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 3 at the Lake Tahoe Historical Society Museum, 3038 Lake Tahoe Blvd., between the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center and the Art Building.
The instructor is Audrey Frank, a Carson Valley resident who is of Washoe-Paiute ancestry.
She will teach participants how to make miniature baskets using long pine needles from Tahoe pine trees.
The cost is $15 for nonmembers and $10 for members.
Reservations are required. No walk-ins will be accepted.
To make a reservation and for more information, call Lynne Bajuk at (530) 541-8562.
Coffee and tea will be provided. Sack lunches are advised.
Forum Tuesday for LTCC Board candidates
The Lake Tahoe Community College Associated Student Council will sponsor a candidate forum for the LTCC Board of Trustees candidates from noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday in the college commons.
The event is open to the public.
People can come and meet the candidates and have an opportunity to ask questions.
The board has two positions up for election.
Dr. Frederick Wenck Jr. and Kenneth Rollston are incumbents running for reelection and Karen Borges is the challenger.
For more information, contact the Associated Student Council at (5300 541-4660, ext. 229 or ASBPres@ltcc.edu.
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