North Tahoe Hebrew Congregation to Host Community Sukkot Festival Sunday, October 1
Experience the joy of Sukkot with friends, family, and your community in a joyful and festive atmosphere at the North Tahoe Hebrew Congregation’s Brisket and Brews Sukkot Fall Festival.
Experience delicious food, beer, a farmer’s market, live music, and kids’ activities at the North Tahoe Hebrew Congregation | 7000 Latone Avenue, Tahoe Vista, CA from 11am – 3pm on Sunday, October 1.
Temple members will serve traditional Jewish-style beef brisket and Challah bread along with tasty side dishes. Each admission includes a plate of food and a commemorative pint glass + one beer pour for the adults and a reusable water pouch for the kids. There will be live reggae music, kid’s activities including face painting and lawn games, and a farmers’ market.
Learn about the Jewish Fall holiday of Sukkot which celebrates and gives thanks for the bounty of the earth and meet the members of the North Tahoe Hebrew Congregation.
Tickets are on sale now! Advance tickets are $25 adults and $10 for kids \ $35 and $10 at the door.
From being a tiny spark in the health universe to blossoming into a full-fledged 38,000 sq. foot community health center, HOPES has come a long way. And now, they are ready to take another giant leap TOGETHER.
Hosted by Keith O’Donnell & Sabrina Belleci, you’re invited to join us this Thursday, August 24th at the Inside Incline Office in Kings Beach as HOPES presents their vision for expanding their impact and supporting those in need. Click here to RSVP and reserve your spot.
Picture this: a brand-new, state-of-the-art healthcare clinic on E. 4th St. in Reno, NV – designed to make waves in the world of community health.
This is where you come in – your presence, your energy, your zest for positive change. HOPES has a vision, and we can’t wait to share it with YOU!
Beyond delicious bites and captivating conversations, this evening is all about making connections that matter. Whether you’re a health aficionado, a staunch supporter of HOPES’ cause, or just someone who believes in making a difference, your presence matters.
This Fourth of July, IVCB SkyShow attendees have the option to simulcast the synchronized music for the laser and drone show, by DJ Mark Sexton. There will be full sound at the show, so the app is not required – it can just add a little more ambiance at your seat!
Download the SkyStreamEvents App at this QR Code and open the phone app as the show starts to hear the score at your seat.
Local Heroes Community Fair & Washoe County Sheriff Office Meet and Greet
June 27, 2023 | Julie Malkin-Manning
Immediately following the Local Heroes Parade on Sunday, July 2, all are invited to the Community Fair on the Village Green. At the same time, be sure to stop by Aspen Grove for the brand new Highlander Pride BackYard BBQ, a fundraiser for Incline High School athletes and athletic programs.
At the fair, you’ll find carnival games, information booths, and freebies from various nonprofits, businesses, and service clubs, as listed below, and the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office vehicles will be on display for their annual Meet and Greet.
Susie Scoops returns this year to host their annual ICE CREAM EATING CONTEST at 1 PM!
Pet Network Humane Society
IVCB Republican Women’s Club
North Tahoe Democrats
Incline Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine
Toys for Tots
Happy Tiers Cafe & Bakery
Incline Village Crystal Bay Community & Business Association | IVCBA
Tuesday, July 4 7-9 PM at the Ridgeline Ballfields (Incline Middle School) in Incline Village
Last year’s SkyShow, presented by the IVCB SkyShow Coalition, amazed over 5,000 spectators with the first and largest commercial drone show ever flown over Lake Tahoe.
Building on its overwhelming success, this year’s event is bigger and brighter!
The evening will kick off with pre-show entertainment with DJ Mark Sexton and emcee Uncle E, featuring family-friendly activities, a Beer Garden with Incline Spirits & Cigars and food trucks, and an enchanting laser show, followed by the highly anticipated drone show.
Incline Spirits & Cigars will be offering canned cocktails, wine, and 4 draught beers. Attendees must go through ID Check and get a wristband before being served.
*Kona Ice – serving Shaved Ice
*775EatsReno – serving sandos, shrimp, smash burgers, and veggie items
*Betty’s Balls and Tapas – serving Tapas and specialty sliders
*Slice of Sierra – Serving Authentic NY Style Pizza
Before the show, kids are invited to indulge in free face painting sponsored by Inside Incline, Plinko for a Prize with Party Like a Mother, and Daisy Daycare will be selling glow-in-the-dark items as a fundraiser.
A revamped viewing area will provide an optimal vantage point for spectators to experience the breathtaking display of lasers and 250 drones (50 more than last year) lighting up the summer Sierra sky. You can simulcast the synchronized music for the laser and drone show, by DJ Mark Sexton. Download the SkyStreamEvents App at this QR Code.
Attendees are encouraged to bring beach chairs, blankets, and coolers to the event, but please… no glass. Help Keep Tahoe Blue and take home your trash. Bowl Incline will also be offering to-go picnics for the event.
Attendees are encouraged to help reduce traffic by biking, walking, and taking shuttles to the SkyShow.
Park & Walk lots: Incline Middle School, Parasol, IVGID Recreation Center, Travel North Tahoe Nevada Welcome Center, The Chateau.
Shuttle lots: The Chateau, Lower Ski Way/Fairview Lot, and Diamond Peak Lower Lot. Shuttles will run 7 – 11 PM.
This free and inclusive July 4th event is open to all residents, as well as their guests and visitors to North Lake Tahoe. It offers a unique opportunity for the entire community to celebrate together while supporting our vibrant local economy. “This show is the perfect way to celebrate the holiday while still protecting our land and promoting sustainable practices,” says Andy Chapman, President/CEO of Travel North Tahoe Nevada, a leading member of the SkyShow Coalition.
Introduced in 2022 as a sustainable alternative to traditional fireworks, the IVCB SkyShow ensures a safer celebration for our community. With an alarming 19,500 fires caused by fireworks in 2018, it became crucial to find a way to celebrate without jeopardizing the land and community’s safety. The SkyShow also represents an important step toward reducing air pollution in the Incline Village and Crystal Bay communities.
Get all the details including transportation and parking information at ivcba.org
Flag Retirement Ceremony Hosted by IVCB Veterans Club
June 22, 2023 | Julie Malkin-Manning
Incline Village Crystal Bay Veterans Club will host a ceremonial flag retirement on Monday, July 3rd on the Village Green.
The ceremonial flag retirement is a dignified and respectful process of retiring or disposing of a flag that has become worn, faded, torn, or otherwise unfit for display while emphasizing respect and reverence.
The event will begin at 7:45 PM with a bugler and bagpiper. The flag retirement burning will be timed with sunset.
Collection boxes have been placed at the following locations for you to drop off your flag if it is time for its retirement and you are unable to attend the ceremony:
Join us for the remarkable 3-day Incline Village Crystal Bay Local Heroes 4th of July Celebration, where we proudly honor and express our gratitude to our local veterans and active military service personnel.
Kicking off the festivities on Sunday, July 2, the Local Heroes Parade will be led by our esteemed Parade Grand Marshal, MacAvoy Layne. Making a stunning appearance in his 1930 Ford Model A Woodie Wagon will be Jim Nowlin, a past parade Grand Marshal representing the IVCB Veterans Club.
On Monday, July 3rd, we extend a warm invitation to our local Veterans for a special Veterans Recognition luncheon at Aspen Grove, generously sponsored by Cornerstone Church. Tickets will be available at the door, and all Veterans will be admitted free of charge.
As the sun begins to set on the 3rd of July, the Vet Club will host their annual Flag Retirement Ceremony, weather permitting. We invite everyone to participate by bringing their old and worn flags, which will be retired in the traditional manner, providing a ceremonial opportunity to pay tribute to our nation’s symbol.
On the much-anticipated 4th of July, the festivities commence with the IVCB Veterans Club Pancake Breakfast at Aspen Grove, open to all. This breakfast serves as the Club’s largest annual fundraiser and offers a fantastic opportunity to meet and express appreciation to our local heroes. Enjoy a scrumptious meal of pancakes, bacon, sausage, and blueberries, and for those who wish, optional Mimosas and Bloody Marys will be available. Admission prices are $10 for adults, and $5 for individuals aged 12 and above, while children aged 5 and younger can indulge for free.
Join us in honoring and celebrating our local heroes throughout this incredible 3-day Incline Village Crystal Bay Local Heroes 4th of July Celebration. Let’s come together as a community to show our heartfelt appreciation and respect for those who have served our nation so selflessly.
MacAvoy Layne Named the 2023 Local Heroes Parade Marshal
June 14, 2023 | Julie Malkin-Manning
The Incline Village Crystal Bay Veterans Club has announced that MacAvoy Layne, also known as the Ghost of Twain locally, will lead the 2023 Local Heroes 4th of July as Parade Grand Marshal.
Marine Corps Corporal Night Train Layne served in Vietnam in 1966 & 1967 before getting a tap on the shoulder by Mark Twain. McAvoy was a lifeguard at South Shore Lake Tahoe in the summer of ’61 and cautions us to cover up from the sun today while we enjoy our liberty that has been preserved by our stalwart veterans over the many decades… Semper Fi!
DJ Mark Sexton & MC Uncle E to Captivate IVCB SkyShow Audience with Unparalleled Energy and Enthusiasm and Sound
June 3, 2023 | Julie Malkin-Manning
The IVCB SkyShow soundtrack will be provided by DJ Mark Sexton, as he returns to a bigger and brighter experience. Returning to create the soundscapes for the SkyShow again this year, DJ Mark Sexton will create the synchronized sounds of the Laser and Drone shows as well as perform DJ Sets before the shows.
Guitarist and songwriter Mark Sexton has had a longtime love for experiencing music from every possible angle. Whether it’s behind the microphone, singing and playing guitar for his acclaimed groups, (The Sextones & Whatitdo Archive Group), or from behind the turntables, performing a DJ set that tells a story. His deep musical roots and knowledge of music history put him at an advantage when conducting parties and taking listeners to new places while pulling deep cuts from his massive record collection.
Not initially taking DJing seriously, it wasn’t til an experience while on tour in Europe with his band, the Sextones, that he found inspiration. “There is a culture of finding the rarest possible records and playing them out in the club that night. DJs would come on playing amazing soul 45s after our band sets. I fell in love with it right away”.
Since 2018, Sexton has gone full out with DJ events. Inspired by euro-nightclubs, his residency, “RSL Discotheque” at Rum Sugar Lime, and annual “Deeper Disco” have quickly developed a cult followings. Combining his expertise in audio mixing, and DJing, you can occasionally hear handcrafted edits of his own being played in those late nite sets. “I feel Reno’s DJ scene is deeply associated with the playa, which is amazing, but I’m looking to revive the old-school DJ culture that started in legendary clubs like Paradise Garage, or by mix engineers like Tom Moulton and DJs like Danny Krivit that paved the way for where we are now.”
Uncle E, also known as Chris Ernst, will work alongside DJ Mark as Master of Ceremonies. The IVCB SkyShow, scheduled to take place on Tuesday, July 4th, promises to be an electrifying experience for attendees, featuring an enthralling Laser and Drone Show. Uncle E will infuse the atmosphere with his infectious energy and boundless enthusiasm, ensuring an unforgettable evening of entertainment.
From the Olympics, Sea World and the ESPN X Games to the Surf World Tour, Moto GP and over 100 Red Bull events, Chris Ernst (aka. Uncle E) has had the honor of being the voice and personality that helps bring events to life. His mantra of educate, entertain, and inform has helped add value to a plethora of diverse sports while engaging millions of viewers. As a former professional freestyle skier, a pioneer of the Olympic Sport of Skicross and event producer/consultant, Ernst knows how to speak the language of events and bring them to life.
As the Master of Ceremonies, Uncle E will kick-start the festivities at 7 PM by engaging the audience in a series of captivating activities suitable for the entire family. Attendees can look forward to participating in U.S. and 4th of July trivia, with exciting prizes up for grabs. Uncle E’s vibrant personality and interactive approach will create an engaging atmosphere, fostering a sense of unity and enjoyment among the audience. *Bonus – Uncle’s E’s favorite holiday is July 4th!*
The SkyShow promises to be a remarkable celebration of patriotism, as families come together to revel in the spirit of the U.S. and commemorate the 4th of July in Incline Village/North Lake Tahoe.
For further information and updates on the IVCB SkyShow and the Local Heroes 4th of July Celebration events, please visit ivcba.org.