Just because the annual fireworks are canceled doesn’t mean Fourth of July in North Lake Tahoe is. With summer 2021 in full swing, the Independence Day celebrations are right around the corner; and several influential Incline Village businesses have come together to create a jam-packed holiday weekend full of festivities for all to enjoy.
School’s out for summer and residents and visitors alike are starting to emerge from the pandemic, vaccinated and unmasked. To top it all off, the weather has been gorgeous; mild air temperatures and sunny skies coupled with loosened social distancing requirements are encouraging people to come out and beat the heat in Incline Village/Crystal Bay.
Time Out for Dad Time
If the first six months of the pandemic made us stir-crazy, the next nine months made us just plain nuts. Fourth graders are acting out, airline passengers are getting into mid-flight brawls, sports fans are tossing water bottles, and Dad’s blood is rising from a slow simmer to a roiling boil. Whoa! Dad is in need of a time out.
So let us call a worldwide time out for Dads during the entire month of August to temper our emotions and calm our anxieties. We can simply call it, “Time Out for Dad Time.”
Lake Tahoe is a west coast dream — providing snowcapped mountains for winter sports in the colder months of the year, and warm, sunny beach days spent on the lake in the summer. With the perfect lifestyle balance between cold and warm weather that Lake Tahoe represents, it makes for the perfect vacation spot for many individuals traveling from out of town and into the Tahoe Basin.
A NEWLY FORMED WASHOE TAHOE HOUSING PARTNERSHIP is coordinating a needs assessment and strategies for local resident housing in the Incline Village and Crystal Bay areas of Lake Tahoe. This is the last section of the lake to have this type of housing analysis completed, and will provide important guidance on how the area fits into the greater Lake Tahoe region.
Maddie’s Pet Project of Nevada is excited to announce Maddie’s Pet Adoption Days, happening Friday, June 11 and Saturday, June 12, 2021. This event’s funding is provided by the Dave & Cheryl Duffield Foundation, allowing for all adoption fees to be waived for dogs and cats at participating animal welfare organizations across Nevada.
Incline Village & Crystal Bay Visitors Bureau Urge Visitors to Travel Informed This Summer by IVCBA's Madison Schultz
Lake Tahoe is a west coast dream – providing snow-capped mountains for winter sports in the colder months of the year, and warm, sunny beach days spent on the lake in the summer. With the perfect lifestyle balance between cold and warm weather that Lake Tahoe represents, it makes for the perfect vacation spot for many individuals traveling from out of town and into the Tahoe Basin.
Incline Village & Crystal Bay Veterans Club President Poindexter Pillar in Local Community, by IVCBA's Madison Schultz
The Incline Village & Crystal Bay Veterans Club has been a pillar in the North Lake Tahoe community for decades. As Washoe County moves forward from the pandemic, the Veterans Club is excited to welcome in-person events back into the community. One of the main organizers that’s responsible for the coordination and representation of the Incline Village & Crystal Bay Veterans Club is Jeff Poindexter, President of the Incline-based club.
The weather in Incline Village/Crystal Bay has been gorgeous this past month, prompting people to pull off their boat covers and get ready to bask in the sun off the shores of Big Blue. Waterman’s Landing in Carnelian Bay is inviting everyone to come out and rent some paddleboards and kayaks for its Opening Day on the Lake May 16, and then Lake Tahoe will likely be full of activity by Memorial Day Weekend (May 29-31).