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Bocce Ball is Back for the New Season!!!

said on April 13th, 2018 filed under: Cultural Events, Fun Things to Do Outdoors, Lake of the Pines, Localism, Whimsy

Wow! What a line at Lake of the Pines. What are all these people standing in line for? We don’t stand in lines at LOP! Why would we want that??? That would be ridiculous!

Unless…. there’s photo evidence…..

Each person is a team captain representing 10-12 players. Everyone is hoping to get their team’s favorite night to play…. and the sport is…. BOCCE BALL.

So I guess that’s worth standing in line once.

Last year LOP had 650 registered Bocce Ball players, and this year looks like there may be even more!

Bocce has become one of Lake of the Pine’ favorite pastimes, joining golf, tennis, water skiing, fishing, paddle ball, and . . . well, I could go on and on.  There is something fun happening every day and every night in our beloved community.  We are so doggone lucky to live here!  And if you don’t live here, you should think about it.  Give us a call.  We’ll help you find the perfect home so you can vacation year-round in your own back yard.

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Easter is Here!

said on March 30th, 2018 filed under: Cultural Events, Fun Things to Do Outdoors, Lake of the Pines, Localism, Neighborhood Profiles, Whimsy

 

The LOP Eggstravaganza is this weekend! Everyone will be out at the Sports Lounge at 10 to get things started, then we’ll head out for all the activities!

 

 

The free Egg Hunt will be held on the Driving Range; there will be three separate levels for different age groups, so no toddlers have to brawl with the big kids to get any eggs, haha. Ages 0-3 get to start at 10:30, ages 4-7 at 10:40, and ages 8-12 are up at 10:50. Remember to bring your basket!

 

 

In front of the Golf Pro Shop you can sign up to play in the putting contest. All ages are welcome to join in and play, there  will be both a junior and adult course. It will be going from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. so be careful not to miss your egg hunting slot.

 

 

The Cake Walk starts at 10:30 a.m. on the grass at the Driving Range area. Tickets are $1.00 per turn and you can win a cake (or other dessert)!

Art Instructor Susie Bell will be wrangling the Painting Station, so feel free to stop by and paint a rock or make a wand, or plant a sunflower at our Flower Planting Station. There will also be plenty of free carnival style games to play.

 

 

If you start getting hungry, don’t fret, cause a Breakfast Buffet is offered for purchase in the Sports Lounge from 9:30 a.m.  until 11:00 a.m., plus Lunch service starting at 11:00 a.m.

 

 

CJ will be doing her Bunny thing again this year, so you’ll see her fully decked out in her costume so the kids can take pictures with the Easter bunny. She’ll be hipping and hopping about, so don’t hesitate to say hi!

 

 

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Paint the Town Blue for Mitch 5K/10K 2018

said on March 23rd, 2018 filed under: Cultural Events, Fun Things to Do Outdoors, Grass Valley, Localism, Nevada City

 

 

The third annual Paint the Town Blue for Mitch 5K/10K will be this Sunday, March 25th at 10 am at Nevada Union, rain or shine. Feel free to run, walk or watch!

 

The run celebrates the life of Mitchell Thomas Adams; all are welcome. Teams are encouraged, but please do not bring dogs. Proceeds from the raffle go to Nevada Union Football, a new Health and fitness Building for the school, local dance, and a college scholarship for one of this year’s seniors.

 

 

By choosing to donate his organs and tissues, Mitch saved 5 lives and enriched many more. There will be information on organ and tissue donation provided by Sierra Donor Services as well as safe driving tips and support from California Highway Patrol.

 

To register, get more information, or to find out how you can help, please check out their website: http://www.5kfor68.com/

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Lake of the Pines, CA Awarded Fire-Wise Community of the Year

said on March 14th, 2018 filed under: Cultural Events, Lake of the Pines, Localism, Neighborhood Profiles

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Abbreviated from announcement received from FireSafe Council of Nevada County:
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Fire Safe Council of Nevada County
P.O. Box 1112, Grass Valley, CA 95945
139 East Main Street, Grass Valley, CA
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Contact: Joanne Drummond, Executive Director
Fire Safe Council Announces Award Recipients
GRASS VALLEY, CA. February 26, 2018. The Fire Safe Council of Nevada County will honor those who have dedicated themselves to helping make our community fire safe during the 11th Annual Culinary Adventure event on April 6, 2018 at the Miners Foundry in Nevada City. The Fire Safe Council is a non-profit, local volunteer-based organization dedicated to making Nevada County safer from catastrophic wildfire through fire prevention education, fire break clearing projects, and creating nationally recognized Firewise Communities USA®. Nominations are solicited, received, and evaluated by a committee of Fire Safe Council directors before selecting those to be honored.
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The Lake of the Pines Association will be honored as the Firewise Community of the Year. Their volunteer member Firewise Community committee has taken bold action to request that vegetation management for wildfire mitigation be placed in the updated Strategic Plan, as well as working with the association’s management team to assess and improve defensible space for all association properties. They have conducted tabletop evacuation exercises, poker-run evacuation drills with residents and continue to provide a disposal method for vegetation within their community to keep hazardous fuels from accumulating near homes. The Association sent staff members to the Defensible Space Advisor training course by the Fire Safe Council to ensure they were doing everything possible to help protect their community from wildfire. They have also implemented a variety of fuel reduction projects in collaboration with the Fire Safe Council and AmeriCorps crews on the ground. Their efforts are an example to be replicated by other Firewise Communities in Nevada County.
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The public is invited to join the Fire Safe Council in honoring these individuals. For more information about the Fire Safe Council or the April 6th Culinary Adventure, visit the FSCNC web site at www.areyoufiresafe.com or call (530) 272-1122.
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The Fire Safe Council’s Culinary Adventure recognizing LOP and others will be held on Friday, April 6, 2018, from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. For more information or to purchase tickets, go to www.areyoufiresafe.com, or call 530-272-1122.
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Please click HERE to visit the Lake of the Pines web site.
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Are You Ready for the Firebelles Follies?

said on February 9th, 2018 filed under: Cultural Events, Lake of the Pines, Localism, Whimsy

 

The Lake of the Pines Firebelles are up to something…..

The Annual Firebelles Follies will be held Friday, February 16th at the LOP Clubhouse. Doors open at 6:00, the show starts at 7:00, and entry is restricted to ages 18 and up due to adult content.

You can call 530-268-1279 for tickets!

 

 

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Nevada County Food Drive at Lake of the Pines

said on December 21st, 2017 filed under: Cultural Events, Lake of the Pines, Localism, Whimsy

Update:

We got the results of the Lake of the Pines Drive for the Nevada Co. Food Bank, and… We collected 5,550 lbs of food and $1,147!

It’s so amazing to live in a community that comes together like this, especially near the holidays. With this help, the Nevada Co. Food Bank can put a lot of food on a lot of tables, and it’s because you all chose to help. To everyone who donated, thank you!!!

 

 

I’m so proud of the Lake of the Pines community. Everyone reached into their hearts (and their cupboards) to fill their grocery bags for our Nevada County Food Bank!

 

 

We had two collection sites to donate at this year; I worked at the LOP front gates and the donation bags just kept coming and coming! In fact, our community gave so much that by 11:00 am, we had to have the Food Bank send a truck just for the huge amount of morning donations!

 

 

 

Thank you, Lake of the Pines! I am so fortunate to live in a community that reaches out to those who are less fortunate!

 

 

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Celebrate The 2013 Holiday Season in Auburn, Ca and Nearby Communities ~ Cornish Christmas & Victorian Christmas

said on November 25th, 2013 filed under: Alta Sierra, Auburn, Cultural Events, Fun Things to Do Outdoors, Grass Valley, Lake of the Pines, Localism

Celebrate The 2013 Holiday Season in Auburn, Ca and Nearby Communities ~ Cornish Christmas & Victorian Christmas continue reading…

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Upcoming Local Event Near Auburn, Ca. ~ The 2013 20th Annual Mandarin Festival

said on November 21st, 2013 filed under: Auburn, Cultural Events, Fun Things to Do Outdoors, Grass Valley, Lake of the Pines, Localism

Upcoming Local Event near Auburn, Ca. ~ The 2013 20th Annual Mandarin Festival

 

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Upcoming Local Event Near Lake of the Pines, Auburn Ca ~ Larry Diehl & Friends Acoustic Concert

said on May 20th, 2013 filed under: Auburn, Cultural Events, Lake of the Pines, Localism

Another Upcoming Local Event Near Lake of the Pines, Auburn Ca ~ Larry Diehl & Friends Acoustic Concert is coming May 31, 2013 at 7:30 p.m.

This event will take place at the Auburn Placer Performing Arts Center at the State Theatre. continue reading…

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Sara Watkins in Grass Valley, CA

said on May 3rd, 2013 filed under: Cultural Events, Grass Valley, Localism

Sara Watkins will perform in Grass valley at the Center for the Arts on Saturday, May 11.

 

I have my tickets!  Do you have yours?  Still some left when I bought mine today.

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