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What’s happening

Barrie John Lindsay will present a class titled “Awaken to Love” from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. this Monday, July 19, July 26 and Aug. 3 at Mountain Spirit Bookstore. The fee is $10 to $20 on a sliding scale.

The class is for anyone who is willing to do what it takes to have more joy, love and peace in their life, love relationships, family work or living passion, bank account, home, health and spirituality.

For more information or to schedule a private session call Lindsay at (530) 545-1569.

Kahle hosts guided hikes

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Join our group and go on guided hikes with Kris Zehren of Kahle Community Center. Hikes are scheduled weekly beginning Monday and transportation to the trailhead is provided. Destinations include Tahoe Rim Trail, Pole Creek and Dardanelles Lake.

The $16 registration fee per hike includes transportation, a water bottle, Tahoe Trails bar and a booklet of area hikes.

Seniors who like to walk are welcome to come to Kahle Community Center, 236 Kingsbury Grade, at 9 a.m. on Wednesdays. We explore trails around the park and walk one to two miles a day. There is no charge for the Senior Walking Club. For more information call Kahle Community Center at (775) 586-7271.

Yacht Club meets Tuesday

The South Lake Tahoe Yacht Club quarterly membership meeting will take place Tuesday at Round Hill Pines Resort. The meeting will be combined with a buffet dinner. No-host cocktails will begin at 6 p.m. and the buffet dinner meeting is scheduled at 7 p.m.

The cost is $20 per person for members and guests. The $7 parking fee is waived for the South Lake Tahoe Yacht Club. To make a reservation and for more information call Cruise Captains Jack or Jerry Kahler at (530) 541-1120. The program will include introduction of the Yacht Club’s 2004 scholarship recipients. The featured speaker will be Tony Brunello of the Tahoe-Baikal Institute.

The South Lake Tahoe Yacht Club serves members in both California and Nevada and is open to all who are interested in boating and good times. For more information about membership call Commodore Marianne Bennett at (530) 544-5850.

Sleep problem group at Barton

People who snore, find it difficult to stay awake during their everyday routine and wake up with headaches could be suffering from sleep apnea. Barton Sleep Studies Laboratory will conduct its Group for Apnea Sleeping Problems meeting from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Barton Hospital board room.

Sleep apnea is the most prevalent sleep disorder. This occurs when airflow cannot flow normally through the upper airways. An estimated 18 million people have obstructive sleep apnea, yet and estimated 16 million of these people are unaware of it. The most common signs and symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea can include snoring, depression, irritability, excessive daytime sleepiness, deviated septum and a feeling of never-ending exhaustion. The possible dangers of sleep apnea include anything from weight gain and car accidents to heart disease and strokes.

Anyone who believes they or a loved one are suffering from sleep apnea or have been diagnosed with sleep apnea is welcome to attend the G.A.S.P. meeting.

For more information contact Barton Sleep Studies Laboratory at (530) 542-3000, Ext. 3060 or e-mail roxbrown@bartonhealth.org.

Hiking event on Tahoe Rim Trail

The Tahoe Rim Trail on Tuesday will host a fun hiking event for children ages 5 to 8. The event will begin at 10 a.m. and end by 12:30 p.m. Everyone will meet at the Tahoe Meadows Trailhead on the south side of Highway 431 just west of Mt. Rose pass.

For more information or to sign up contact the Tahoe Rim Trail Association at infor@tahoerimtrail.org or (775) 298-0012.

– Provided to the Tribune


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