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2019 September Newsletter

News from Tahoe South

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Summer is coming to an end, but the action never slows down. From feasts
and brewfests to bike adventures and concerts - Tahoe South draws deep on
Lake Tahoe's special fall vibe....there must be something in the water!

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Sample the Sierra Farm-To-Fork Festival

Saturday, September 14, 2019, Sample the Sierra - A farm-to-fork festival celebrating the best food, wine, and art in the Sierra Nevada. Bijou Park.
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Tour de Tahoe - Bike Big Blue

Sunday, September 8, 2019, We invite you to experience adventure cycling around the 72-mile shoreline by participating in the 16th Annual Tour de Tahoe cycling event – Bike Big Blue.
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Fall Ale Fest and Chicken Wing Contest 

12:00-6:00 pm, Saturday, September 21, 2019, Fall Ale Fest - Oktoberfest in the Heavenly Village Lake Tahoe. $25 donation. Come sample Beers, Spirits, Kombucha and Sodas from all over the area.
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2019 Lake Tahoe Summer Concert Series at Harveys Outdoor Arena

Another Amazing outdoor concert series wraps up until next year!
Friday, September 6, Dave Matthews Band, and Fri, September 13, Duran Duran.
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Headline Entertainment at Tahoe South

Ongoing: The Improv at Harveys and Magic Fusion at The Loft

Join us at the South Shore Room inside Harrah's Lake Tahoe, Sun, September 15, Los Lonely Boys, and Sat, September 28, Pop-Rock Band Hanson.

MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa, Sat, September 14, WFC - World Fighting Championship, Fri, September 20, Dave Mason: The Feelin' Alright Tour, Sat, September 21, Boz Scaggs: Out of The Blues Tour, Fri, September 27, Marc Broussard & Samantha Fish, and Sun, September 29, Skynnyn Lynnyrd & Zz Tush.

The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Lake Tahoe, Sun, September 29, Crystal Head Vodka Presents An Evening with Dan Aykroyd.
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Fall Get-Away Packages 

Fall is one of the best-kept secrets in Lake Tahoe. The weather stays warm as the Aspen trees turn brilliant shades of gold. Spectacular hiking and wildlife viewing are best in the autumn. Check out some of the area's best deals, discounts and travel packages.
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Fly Here!

Delta Air Lines will increase its existing nonstop service from weekly to daily between Reno-Tahoe International Airport and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the world’s busiest airport, in spring 2020. PDF

Reno-Tahoe International offers 9 airlines with 122 non-stop arrivals & departures a day to/from 20 exciting cities. Plan your Lake Tahoe travel today!

Find a great fare on one of our nearly two dozen non-stop getaways destinations to Reno-Tahoe by subscribing to our weekly newsletter.

We scour the airlines finding amazing low fares to our non-stop destinations. Start dreaming of your destination. You may find $59 fares from San Diego or $99 fares from New York City. It changes each week and is a great resource. visit Reno-Tahoe International Airport Deals.

Shuttle service from Reno-Tahoe International Airport could not be easier with service on the South Tahoe Airporter direct to Tahoe South in just about an hour.
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Echo Summit Safety Upgrades - Road Construction

As you plan your trip to Lake Tahoe, we want you to be aware that Caltrans has several road projects this summer in the South Shore area.

We recommend you allow extra time to reach your final destination on South Shore.  

US Highway 50 over Echo Summit will be under construction this summer as Caltrans and its contractors work to replace the viaduct, built-in 1939.  

The replacement will bring the new bridge up to current safety standards.  One way traffic will be intermittent on the descent into the Lake Tahoe Basin, with estimated wait times between 20-30 minutes.  Work will be suspended each Friday at noon and resume on Monday at 3:00 pm.  Construction crews will be working hard to keep delays to a minimum.  

The California Department of Transportation is considering a complete closure of U.S. 50 at Echo Summit for two weeks, mid-October. The closure is necessary as part of the $14.1 million bridge replacement project, according to Caltrans. The existing bridge was built in 1939. The new bridge will meet current seismic and safety standards. The closure is needed to install new girders and demolish the existing structure, according to Caltrans. 

A signed detour will be in place during the full closure. Motorists can use State Route 49 from Placerville to Jackson, then State Route 88 to the beautiful Hope Valley, then on State 89 over Luther Pass into South Lake Tahoe. More information to come on exact dates.

Please visit www.Way2Tahoe.com for more information and a recommended alternate route. 
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