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Optimists Kids’ Fishing Derby at Sawmill Pond

May 30, 8 am – noon at Sawmill Pond. Fishing is free to all children up to age 14. Fishing tackle and bait will be provided for anyone who does not have their own. Volunteers will be on hand to clean fish that are caught that day. The pond is at the corner of Lake Tahoe Boulevard and Sawmill Road in El Dorado County. To Donate or Volunteer: contact Victor Babbitt at Tahoe Fly Fishing Outfitters at (530) 541-8208

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Tahoe Flea Market

The market is held Saturdays and Sundays May through September, 8am to 5pm at 1635 Elks Club Drive , 1 mile South of the airport near Hwy 50. 100 spaces, new and used goods, arts and crafts, produce, and more. Since 1974.

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Native Species Festival at Taylor Creek Visitor Center

The U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit will host the fourth annual Native Species Festival on May 30. This free family event is from 10 am -4 pm at the Taylor Creek Visitor Center, located three miles north of South Lake Tahoe on Highway 89. This festival is a great way to spend the afternoon outdoors and learn about the native species of the Lake Tahoe Basin. Attend walks led by field professionals and local students to learn about native…

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“Growing Up Muir” with John Muir’s Great-Great-Grandson at the South Lake Tahoe Library

May 30th, Saturday, 1 PM. John Muir’s Great-great-grandson, Robert Hanna will share an intimate view of John Muir during a very special presentation. “Growing Up Muir” offers a personal view of Muir from the perspective of his family. Mr. Hanna will describe and uncover the many sides of Muir through family stories and never before seen photographs and writings. Brought to you by the South Lake Tahoe Friends of The Library.

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