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Summer kicked off in style with the Tahoe Brewfest

The second annual Tahoe Brewfest occurred on June 2nd in the Heavenly Cal Lodge Parking Lot. A celebration of all things craft beer and Tahoe, the Brewfest boasted 34 breweries, Parker Bros. Root Beer, kombucha, amazing live music from Ike and Martin, local food vendors and perfect weather.

By | 2018-06-11T14:47:49+00:00 June 11th, 2018|Categories: Boys & Girls Club Lake Tahoe, Community News, Fundraising|Comments Off on Summer kicked off in style with the Tahoe Brewfest

I’m on the WAIT LIST for Summer! What do I do?!

While we wish we could accommodate every child and family in our community, the unfortunate truth is that we only have so much space. So if you are one of the families that are on our wait list, we are truly sorry, and here are a few suggestions and other options for childcare this summer.

By | 2018-05-17T18:56:03+00:00 May 17th, 2018|Categories: Boys & Girls Club Lake Tahoe, Community News, Summer Activities|Comments Off on I’m on the WAIT LIST for Summer! What do I do?!

Less than a month until we kick off summer with….

Over 30 breweries are confirmed, 3 ciders, kombucha, root beer, 3 live music acts, food trucks, craft stalls and so much more. event8 Local favorites include Sidellis, Cold Water, Lake Tahoe Mountain Brews, Fifty Fifty and Alibi. From further afield we have Lagunitas, Anderson Valley, Record Street, and all the way from San Diego - Modern Times. Ciders include Common Cider, Ace cider and Hemly. For food you will have your pick between pulled pork sandwiches, tacos, homemade ice creams, pizza and novelty cookies. Something for every taste and age range.

By | 2018-05-04T13:35:43+00:00 May 4th, 2018|Categories: Community News, Events|Comments Off on Less than a month until we kick off summer with….

How would the proposed VHR ban affect you?

The Club is watching with interest the proposed ban on VHRs in residential areas that will be on the November ballot. Our first concern is that any VHR reduction or ban would affect the amount of tourist occupancy tax (TOT) collected by the City, and while that does not directly affect the Club, it does affect the City’s ability to build a new Rec. Center.

By | 2018-04-10T23:11:03+00:00 April 10th, 2018|Categories: Boys & Girls Club Lake Tahoe, Community News|Comments Off on How would the proposed VHR ban affect you?