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Summer Fun Guide

Sail. Hike. Paddle. Swim. Ride. Swing. Explore. Summer in Tahoe Donner is packed with adventure. Spend your summer days drifting away at the Beach Club Marina or climbing to the top of Hawk’s Peak. Discover a new adventure and most importantly, have fun. What are you waiting for?


WELCOME! The 2012 Summer Fun Guide contains information to help plan your best summer yet!

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USING THE AMENITIES

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REGISTRATION INFORMATION PUBLIC AMENITIES, pgs. 4 - 12

Some of this information is subject to change. You can always check in with us throughout the summer.

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ALDER CREEK CAMPGROUND

- Grab a Weekly Activity Guide at any of the Tahoe Donner amenities

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BIKEWORKS

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EQUESTRIAN CENTER

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GOLF COURSE

- Visit tahoedonner.com for updates - Sign-up for Tahoe Donner Weekly News emails at tahoedonner.com - Friend us on Facebook - Stop by the Recreation Hut at Northwoods Pool or Member Services office in Northwoods Clubhouse to chat with our friendly staff

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SATURDAY, JULY 21 BLUEGRASS LEGEND

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Become a Tahoe Donner Trooper

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22 TENNIS CENTER 25 TROUT CREEK REC CENTER 27 EVENTS CALENDAR 32 AMENITY MAP 2012 Tahoe Donner Association. All rates and schedules subject to change. For the most current information, please visit tahoedonner.com PUBLISHING INFORMATION

PRODUCED in-house by the Tahoe Donner Association

The Summer Fun Guide is a supplement to Tahoe Donner News (ISSN 1550-6061), the official monthly publication of Tahoe Donner Association, which is located at 11509 Northwoods Blvd., Truckee, CA 96161. Each membership parcel receives one subscription to Tahoe Donner News mailed to a domestic address. Additional subscriptions are $25 each. Cost to produce and distribute this publication is offset by advertising revenues. Periodicals postage paid at Truckee, CA and additional mailing offices.


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USING THE AMENITIES Each property is entitled to as many as four member ID cards for qualified individuals. Each property may purchase up to four additional member ID cards for qualifying family members. Your member ID card identifies you as a member and affords you access to the private and public amenities at the member rate (where applicable). Each property is also entitled to a maximum of two transferable guest cards for use by property owner’s guests to gain access to the private amenities, where guest access fees will apply. Up to four guests may gain access on a single transferable guest card.

Recreation Fee

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Upon payment of the annual recreation fee, a member and any other eligible members associated with that membership are granted access to the Beach Club Marina, Northwoods Pool, Trout Creek Recreation Center and the Tennis Center without having to pay the daily entrance fee. The 2012 – 2013 recreation fee is $225 and is valid from May 1, 2012, to April 30, 2013. The recreation fee can be purchased at the Member Services office at Northwoods Clubhouse or at the front desk of Trout Creek Recreation Center.

Daily Entrance Fee

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The entrance fee for the private amenities, including Trout Creek Recreation Center, the Tennis Center and the Beach Club Marina, is $6 for members and $8 for guests. This fee gives access to all these amenities for the entire day. The entrance fee for Northwoods Pool is $4 for members and $6 for guests. If you pay the Northwoods Pool entrance fee and then choose to use another amenity on the same day, you will need to pay an additional $2 to access the other amenities when you show proof of purchase. The entire Amenity Access Policy is available online at tahoedonner.com/ member-services. For more information, contact the Member Services office at (530) 587-9400.

NEW! Exploring the Euer Valley Tahoe Donner recently purchased a beautiful 482 acre piece of land known as the Euer Valley. For years, the association has leased winter access to the land for its cross country ski center and now the land will be available for year-round uses. Appropriate uses and rules are currently being crafted by staff and the board of directors, with extensive feedback from Tahoe Donner members. This summer, the Euer Valley will be open to members and guests for hiking, biking, and equestrian riding, with the following guidelines: • • • • • •

Motorized access to the Euer Valley is forbidden, except for Tahoe Donner staff and others who have a deeded right of way over the land. For the next three years, free range livestock will be present in the valley. Please avoid them and proceed with caution. The Euer family still owns 40 acres in the middle of the valley. This land will eventually be marked. In the meantime, please avoid hiking near the homestead and its nearby buildings. On select weekends this year, Tahoe Donner will offer a shuttle bus with paid access from the Equestrian Center to the Euer Valley. Visit tahoedonner.com for details this summer. The Euer Valley is a “pack in/pack out” destination. Please do your part to keep this a litter-free landscape. Respect the privacy of those who live adjacent to the Euer Valley, including the end of Alder Creek Road.Sound levels should be kept low and any vehicles should be parked at the Equestrian Center.

Thank you for your cooperation as we make this outstanding land available to members while preserving the natural experience there. Join us for a special event in the valley on Saturday, July 28. See pg. 11 for more information.

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REGISTRATION INFORMATION MEMBER REGISTRATION

GUEST REGISTRATION

Day Camps: Tuesday, May 1, 8 a.m. Swim Lessons: Tuesday, May 8, 8 a.m.

Day Camps: Tuesday, May 15, 8 a.m. Swim Lessons: Tuesday, May 22, 8 a.m.

» STEP ONE

» STEP ONE

To register as a member, each participant must be identified on your Tahoe Donner profile, even if they are 6 or under. You may add members to your profile at the Member Services office, located in Northwoods Clubhouse. A birth certificate will be required to add a child to your profile. Please note: If your child turns 7 prior to registration this year, you may be required to pay the applicable member fees for them to be considered a member.

To register as a guest, you must obtain either a transferable guest card ID number or a member card ID number. » STEP TWO Go to tahoedonner.com/shop and create your login. » STEP THREE During your checkout process you will receive links to waiver forms that will need to be completed and submitted to Tahoe Donner.

» STEP TWO Go to tahoedonner.com/shop and create your login. To do so, you will need to enter your name and member ID number exactly as they appear on your member ID card. If you went through the registration process last summer, your login should be the same. Both previous and new users should log in and make sure that all members you may have added appear on your profile. » STEP THREE During your checkout process, you will receive links to waiver forms that will need to be completed and submitted to Tahoe Donner.

OTHER REGISTRATION JUNIOR GOLF SCHOOL To register for Junior Golf School, call the Pro Shop (530) 587-9443 or stop by the Golf Course. See pg. 9 for more details. JUNIOR TENNIS PROGRAMS To register for Junior Tennis Programs, call (530) 587-9474 or stop by the Tennis Center. See pg. 23 for more details. MARINA PROGRAMS To register for the Junior Sailing Program, Windsurfing Clinics or Water Kids Club, call (530) 587-9460 or stop by the Beach Club Marina. See pg. 19 for more details.

» STEP FOUR For all programs that are restricted by age, guests will be required to provide a copy of the participant’s birth certificate. Your registration will not be complete until a birth certificate is received. Birth certificates can be emailed or faxed to the address or number provided on tahoedonner.com/shop IMPORTANT! Please take careful note of the age level requirements for each program and make sure that your child is eligible to attend that program. The age requirements are established for the safety and well-being of your child. Age requirements are enforced as of the first day of the session in which your child is registered. If a child is found to be registered for a program that he/she is not eligible for, his/her registration will be cancelled and no refund will be given. There will be no exceptions with children’s ages for day camps. All children must be pottytrained to attend any camp. Children in pullups will not be allowed to attend camp. CANCELLATION POLICY! All cancellations and/or changes must be made 14 days prior to the first day of the session for which you are registered, and a processing fee of $10 per program will be charged. No refunds will be given for cancellations and/or changes made less than 14 days prior to the first day of the session for which you are registered.

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Alder Creek Campground

SEASON & HOURS

GET AWAY.

Friday, June 22 – Sunday, September 9 Office Hours | 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., daily

Tucked along the banks of Alder Creek in Tahoe Donner, Alder Creek Campground is the perfect place to escape. Loaded with amenities, Alder Creek Campground has everything including tent sites, RV sites with electricity and water, and hot showers. Campers can enjoy volleyball, ping pong, horseshoes and more, plus free Wi-Fi access for those who still want to stay connected to the outside world. Alder Creek Campground’s location makes hiking easy. With convenient access to the Emigrant Trail and Tahoe Donner’s own extensive trail system, exploring the Sierra Nevada wilderness is just steps away. From a relaxing getaway to a High Sierra adventure, Alder Creek Campground is the place for you.

HOW TO REACH US 13813 Alder Creek Rd. Truckee, CA 96161 p (530) 587-9462 e campground@tahoedonner.com

RESERVATION AND CANCELLATION POLICY Reservations are accepted. A Visa, MasterCard or American Express is required to make a reservation. The campground is available for public use. Member and guest rates are available upon presentation of a Tahoe Donner member ID card or a transferable guest card when checking in. Stays are limited to 28 consecutive days. Cancellations must be made 48 hours in advance of a reservation. In the event of a no-show, the fee for a one night stay will be charged to your credit card. Rates Tent Campsite RV Campsite with hook-ups Group Campsite Additional vehicle (per night) Pets (per animal, per night, 2 dog maximum) Wood (per bundle) Sewer (per day, limited number of hook-ups) Dump Station (non-campers)

Member $21 $27 $100 $5 $5 $5 $5 FREE

Guest $27 $37 $115 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5

Public $29 $39 $130 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5

Monthly Rates Tent Campsites RV Campsites with hook-ups

$395 $585

$455 $665

$495 $690

All fees subject to change. Please see our website for the latest fees schedule: tahoedonner.com

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BIKEWORKS Rentals and Repairs

NEW! GO FOR A SPIN IN THE EUER VALLEY!

SEASON & HOURS

Tahoe Donner offers bike rentals and guided rides on our extensive trail system, with a new home base at the Equestrian Center offering easy access into the Euer Valley. Our bike fleet is stocked with a variety of Giant brand bikes from road bikes, cruisers and hard tails to fullsuspension mountain bikes. We have a full array of options for families, including kids’ bikes, trail-a-bikes and trailers for little ones. Our experienced bike mechanics are also on hand and willing to help get your own personal bike tuned up and ready for your next ride. The Beach Club Marina will continue to offer a limited selection of bike rentals if you are looking to ride around the lake. Looking for something fun to do with weekend guests? Rent some bikes and explore the area!

Friday, June 15 – Monday, September 2 9 a.m. – 6 p.m., daily

HOW TO REACH US Located at the Equestrian Center 15275 Alder Creek Rd. Truckee, CA 96161 p (530) 587-9694 e bikeworks@tahoedonner.com

FEES* Bike Rentals Giant road bikes and full suspension mountain bikes** All other bikes** Trailers and trail-a-bikes** Helmet (without bike rental) Lock rental *Members receive a 10 percent discount. **Helmets are included with all bike rentals.

One Hour $15 $10 $6 n/a n/a

Half Day $45 $30 $18 n/a n/a

FEATURES • Bike rentals • Guided rides • Repairs

NEW!

Repair Packages Basic Tune-up $59 | INCLUDES: checking/tightening all fasteners, adjusting brakes and shifting, minor wheel true, adjusting hubs and headset, chain lubrication

Complete Overhaul $119 |INCLUDES: all items in Basic Tune-up plus full bike and drivetrain cleaning, strip and repack headsets, hubs and bottom bracket

A La Carte* Flat fix Adjust brakes, derailleur, hub, headset or grip install Tape handlebars, replace shift or brake cable Minor wheel true Major wheel true, replace spoke, overhaul headset, overhaul hub, overhaul bottom bracket Build complete bike, shipped Build complete bike, from frame up *Come on in for an estimate. Other repairs not listed are charged at $60 per hour and parts are not included in any repair rates.

Full Day $75 $50 $30 $10 $10

$6 $8 $12 $15 $25

GROUP RIDES Guided rides are also available starting at $10 per person. Check our website for upcoming scheduled rides. We also offer custom rides with shuttle service to and from the location. Contact us at (530) 582-9694 for reservations or more information.

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EQUESTRIAN Center

SEASON & HOURS

COME EXPLORE THE EUER VALLEY BY HORSEBACK.

Saturday, June 23 – Monday, September 3 (Conditions permitting.) Trail Rides | Thursday – Monday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., last ride leaves at 3 p.m. Boarding | Open Daily

View forests and high mountain meadows filled with wild flowers. Catch a glimpse of the local wildlife; a deer with her young, a bear hunting for grubs or a hawk circling in the sky. Join us for a Saturday night BBQ and indulge in a customized gourmet burger while you watch the kids play dress-up, roast marshmallows or take a swing at the piñata. Young or old, Tahoe Donner Equestrian Center offers a wide variety of services and activities for our visitors.

HOW TO REACH US

Trail Rides

15275 Alder Creek Rd. Truckee, CA 96161 p (530) 587-9470 e equestrian@tahoedonner.com

FEATURES • • • • •

Trail rides Pony rides Boarding Saturday Night BBQ’s and other special events Bits and Pieces tack and souvenir shop

FREE EVENT! MEET AND GREET Equestrian Center staff and horses will be on hand to welcome you to the 2012 summer season. Join us for complimentary hot dogs, cold drinks, s’mores, games and prizes. Enter the drawing to win a trail or pony ride and collect your favorite horse’s trading cards. Say hello to your old equine friends and meet some new ones. Date: Friday, June 22 Time: 5 – 7 p.m.

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Our experienced wranglers and trail-wise horses will take you on a ride through high mountain forests and upland meadows or down into the lush Euer Valley full of wild flowers, grazing cattle and icy cold mountain streams. Stands of quaking aspen, willows, pines and fir, and thickets of manzanita are home to the wild life of the High Sierra. California black bears, mule deer, chickarees and red-tail hawks are frequently spotted during rides. The chatter of squirrels, the whir of a quail’s wings as it flees into the brush, the occasional scream of a hawk along with the whisper of wind in the trees all blend into a background of natural music punctuated with the hoof beats of your mount. You’ll sway in the saddle, relaxed, the sun warm on your shoulders; for a brief hour or two taking a break from the electronic world. The only communication devices needed are the reins guiding your horse. Trail riders must be at least 7 years old and 4 feet tall. Our weight limit is approximately 230lbs. These are scenic walking rides in western saddles and are offered at regularly scheduled times. Reservations are required/24 hour cancellation policy.

One-hour rides

Days and Times: Monday, Thursday and Friday at 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. Cost: Members $31, Guests $36, Public $41

Two-hour rides (Subject to snowmelt conditions.) Days and Times: Monday, Thursday and Friday at 9:30 a.m. Cost: Member $58, Guest $68, Public $78

RESERVATION AND CANCELLATION POLICY Reservations are required for all rides. We do not accept reservations or cancellations by email. To make a reservation, call (530) 587-9470. If you get our voicemail, please leave your name and number. Your call will be returned promptly. A credit card number is required to secure all reservations. Please note that there is a 24 to 72 hour cancellation policy depending on the type of ride or event you have signed up for.


EQUESTRIAN CENTER PROGRAMS | Rides, boarding and events are open to the public

Saturday Night BBQ

Pony Rides

Our Saturday night BBQ is a family favorite and sure to delight the young and young at heart. Our guests join us at 5 p.m. for a fun filled evening of games, mini wagon rides, crafts, contests, dress up and delicious food. You can play a game of horseshoes or try your hand at throwing a rope. Bring the camera and get pictures of the family at the dress up and photo station. The kids can make an ornament or decorate a bandana. After dinner the kids can take a swing at the piñata and then compete in the hunt for the golden horseshoe. A family water balloon toss finishes off the evening.

15 minute pony rides are available for children ages 2 - 6 weighing 60 lbs. or less. Reservations required with 24 hour cancellation policy. Days: Thursday – Monday, Times: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Cost: Members $10, Guests $11, Public $12

The regular BBQ menu includes hot dogs, veggie burgers and hamburgers cooked to order and personalized with your favorites from our extensive topping bar. Bacon, sautéed mushrooms, cheddar, Swiss and bleu cheeses, avocado, pineapple, chili, sauerkraut and more are available. Baked beans, salads, cake or pie and campfire s’mores round out the menu. Just to shake things up a few of the scheduled BBQ’s this summer will have a special theme with activities and (kid friendly) dishes on the menu to match. Themes may include a Renaissance Night with mock sword fighting lessons, Mexican Fiesta with traditional games or a Western Hoedown with line dancing lessons. Check our website for updates on themed BBQ’s. Reservations required with a 72 hour cancellation policy.

2012 BBQ Schedule: Dates: June 30, July 7, August 4, August 18 and September 1 Time: 5 – 7:30 p.m. Cost: AGES 13 AND UP: Members $34, Guests $39, Public $45 AGES 7 – 12: Members $17, Guests $20, Public $25 CHILDREN 3 – 6: $10 Children ages 2 and under are free.

Boarding We offer long and short term boarding throughout the summer. Reservations are required. All boarding includes twice-daily feeding of grass and/or alfalfa hay and daily watering and cleaning (Muckers Special boarders do their own cleaning). For more information, call (530) 587-9470.

Barn Stall Cost per month: Member $340, Non-members $400 Bedding fee per month: Member $130, Non-members $135

Outside Paddock

VISITOR INFORMATION Proper attire All visitors should wear long pants and closetoed shoes. We do not permit sandals, Tevas or flip-flops on the grounds. Wear sensible clothing that you won’t mind getting a little dusty. Tennis shoes are acceptable for trail and pony rides. We don’t recommend hiking boots because they tend to get caught in the stirrups. Sunscreen and mosquito repellent are recommended and can be purchased in our souvenir shop.

Helmets Helmets are mandatory for all riders under the age of 18 and are strongly recommended for those 18 and older. Helmets are provided free of charge. Riders may bring their own certified riding helmet if they wish.

Bits and Pieces Souvenirs Open Thursday through Monday our souvenir shop carries Breyer model horse toys, teeshirts, hats, sweat shirts, sunscreen, insect repellent, water bottles and an assortment of basic horse accessories.

Cost per month: Members $305, Non-members $350

Muckers Special Cost per month: Members $255, Non-members $300

Temporary Boarding Cost per night: Members $15, Non-members $25 Cost per week: Members $80, Non-members $140 Stay is six nights with departure on seventh day.

Ask us about private BBQs; great for reunions, birthdays, conventions and other special events!

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GOLF Course & Driving Range

SEASON & HOURS

DRIVE INTO SUMMER.

Friday, May 25 – Sunday, October 21 7 a.m. – 7 p.m., daily (Conditions permitting.)

Set amidst the natural beauty of towering pines and meandering creeks, Tahoe Donner Golf Course offers 18-holes of championship golf that will challenge the best intentions of all abilities. With its scenic layout and the “Best Greens in the Tahoe region,” Tahoe Donner embodies the timeless elements of a classic, Sierra course. Hungry? Food and beverage options include cart service on the course, the Tee-Nine Grill at the turn or table service at the Lodge Restaurant & Pub. If you're still learning to golf, ask about our Get Golf Ready package of five group lessons for just $99.

HOW TO REACH US 12850 Northwoods Blvd. Truckee, CA 96161 p (530) 587-9443 e golf@tahoedonner.com

FEATURES • • • • • • • • • • • • •

18-hole championship course Black 7,002 rating: 74.2; slope: 137 Black/Silver 6,747 rating: 73.3; slope: 132 Silver 6,562 rating: 72.4; slope: 130 Silver/Green 5,947 rating: 70.3; slope: 126 Green: 5,588 rating: 72.3; slope: 138 Green/Blue 5,286 rating: 70.6; slope: 132 Blue 4,997 rating: 68.9; slope: 127 Lessons and clinics Driving range Short game practice facility Pro Shop Club rentals

FEES We offer a variety of greens fee prices for the member, guest, and public. We offer season passes, multi-play packs, as well as daily play rates. Daily play prices vary by season, as well as time of day. We also offer many specials throughout the season. Visit tahoedonner.com/golf for the most current information on prices and specials.

RESERVATION POLICY All tee times must be guaranteed with a credit card. Cancellations or reductions to the number of players reserved must be made 24 hours prior to the tee time reserved. If this requirement is not met, you will be charged the original reservation price. Members | Tahoe Donner members may make golf reservations up to 14 days prior to desired reservation date, starting at 5:30 p.m., by using ForeTees, an online golf reservations system exclusive to Tahoe Donner homeowners, or by calling the reservations hotline at (530) 587-9440. A link to ForeTees is available through the Tahoe Donner golf website at tahoedonner.com/golf. For all other reservations or questions, call the Pro Shop at (530) 587-9443. Member ID cards must be presented when checking in. Members are allowed to reserve two tee times per day. One advance reservation per Tahoe Donner property owner is allowed on holiday and weekend mornings. Guests | Guests must check in with a member or have a transferable guest card. Public | Call (530) 583-9443 12 days prior to the desired reservation date. Group Outings | For groups of 12 or more golfers, please contact Group Sales at (530) 582-9643.

Driving Range Times will be posted daily as daylight changes. On Wednesdays, the range opens at 9 a.m. due to maintenance. Tokens for the ball machine may be purchased at Trout Creek Recreation Center or at the Pro Shop. Range cards are available at the Pro Shop. Driving range balls are the property of Tahoe Donner Association and are not to be taken from the driving range or surrounding area.

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GOLF COURSE | Continued general information

DRESS CODE & ETIQUETTE We are delighted to welcome you to the Tahoe Donner Golf Course and know your round will be more enjoyable when you join us in observing a few minimal standards and core values. We strive to provide a premier club setting appropriate to the relaxed mountain lifestyle and we appreciate our patrons choosing to dress in a respectful manner befitting the surroundings and quality of the Tahoe Donner Golf Course. We value the respect our members and guests have for each other and for the atmosphere of the course environment.

Proper Attire Women may wear a sleeveless blouse with a collar or a collarless blouse with a shoulder section of at least three inches wide. Tank tops are not acceptable. The lengths of tailored shorts or skirts are to be no shorter than five inches above the knee. Men must wear a collared shirt at all times. A mock collar is acceptable.

Pace of Play Approximately 4 and a half hours is sufficient time to complete a round of golf at Tahoe Donner under most circumstances. Your place on the course is behind the group in front of younot in front of the group behind you.

The Open Hole Courtesy When an entire hole opens ahead of your match, you are expected to invite a faster group behind you to play through.

CLUBS Men’s Club Open to all male members 18 and over. Membership includes tournament eligibility, Wednesday Skins Games and NCGA membership/handicap. Dues are $90 per year. Contact: Ralph Schindler, tdmensgolf@gmail.com

Women’s Club Open to all female members 18 and over. Membership includes tournament eligibility, Tuesday morning Ladies Day and PWGA membership/handicap. Dues are $90 per year. Contact: Diane Kalliam, dkalliam@gmail.com.

Women’s 9-Holers Club Open to all female members 18 and over. Membership includes tournament eligibility and Thursday morning 9-hole golf. Dues are $40 per year. Contact: Hilary Ward, hilary2@aabol.com.

Junior Golf Club Open to all members 17 and under. Membership includes tournament eligibility and Thursday afternoon golf outings. Dues are $25 per season. Contact: Jean Lai, jslai@comcast.net.

Four Cornerstones of Golf Etiquette

Junior Golf School

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Get your Tahoe Donner Junior Golfer prepared for the course. These golf schools are designed for 8 - 14 year olds. Junior players will learn to putt, chip, pitch, full swing, rules and etiquette. On the third day, we will golf on the course. Please bring your own golf clubs, as the golf course has limited sets available. Call the Pro Shop at (530) 587-9443 to sign up. Dates: July 9 – 11, July 16 – 18; July 23 – 25; July 30 – August 1 Days: Monday – Wednesday Time: 8 - 10 a.m. Cost: $150

Play “ready golf” Remove all broken tees from the teeing ground Replace all divots and cover with sand mix Repair all ball marks found on a green

Private Lessons All Tahoe Donner PGA Teaching Pros are available for private lessons throughout the season. For more information on private lessons, call the Pro Shop at (530) 587-9443.

Clinic Schedule Clinics are approximately one hour, daily from Monday, June 11 – Sunday, September 9. Adult Clinics are $20 per person and Junior Clinics are $15 per junior. There will also be several free clinics scheduled throughout the summer, with dates and times to be determined by the golf instructors.

Putting/Chipping Mondays, 11 a.m. No more three putts, and learn how to chip properly. Meet on putting green.

Pitching/Bunker Tuesdays, 11 a.m. Understand the correct way to hit the ball over trouble. Then learn how to get the ball out of the bunker and onto the green. Meet next to short game green.

Full-Swing (Irons Only) Wednesdays and Saturdays, 11 a.m. Focus on hitting irons for the proper approach shot. Meet at the driving range.

Hybrids, Fairway Metals and Driver Thursdays, 11 a.m. Learn the proper swing fundamentals to help improve hitting the longer clubs. Meet at driving range.

Short Game Fridays, 11 a.m. This clinic covers putting, chipping, and pitching to help lower your score. Meet next to short game green.

Golf 101 Clinic Sundays, 9 a.m. To help the beginning golfer to understand the correct fundamentals in the golf swing. Meet at the driving range.

Junior Clinic Sundays, 10:30 a.m. This clinic is geared for ages 6–13. Meet at the driving range.

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RECREATION

Events and Programs

SEASON & HOURS

PLAY. COMPETE. RELAX.

Recreation Hut at Northwoods Pool Friday, June 15 – Monday, September 3 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., daily

There’s not a moment of boredom in Tahoe Donner! Check out our programs and special events, guaranteed to keep you entertained all summer long! For more information, registration, or to check-in, go to the Recreation Hut located at the Northwoods Pool. Or you can visit us at tahoedonner.com/rec-programs for a list of free events, including movie lists and musical performances.

HOW TO REACH US Mailing Address Tahoe Donner Association ATTN: Recreation 11509 Northwoods Blvd. Truckee, CA 96161 p (530) 582-9646 e recreation@tahoedonner.com

RECREATION REGISTRATION Visit tahoedonner.com/shop to register for recreation programs Member Registration Begins online at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, May 29 Guest and Public Registration Begins online at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, June 5

FREE EVENTS Summer Concert Series

Wii Night!

July 7, 6 – 9 p.m. and August 11, 5 – 8 p.m. Bring a blanket and picnic or enjoy food from Pizza on the Hill while listening to the sounds of this summer’s contributing artists.

Tuesdays*, 6:30 – 8 p.m. Come and test your Wii skills on our 150 inch screen! Enjoy a pizza from Pizza on the Hill while challenging competitors in Wii tennis, baseball, golf, bowling, Mario Cart, and much more. *During the off-season Wii Night is on Sunday nights Season: June 19 – September 4

Family Movie Night Fridays*, 6:30 p.m. Movies Rated G and PG | Bring your favorite pillow and blanket to Northwoods Clubhouse, kick your feet up, and enjoy both classic and new movies.

Outdoor Movie Night: The Late Show Fridays*, 8:30 p.m. Movies Rated PG and PG-13 | Come and enjoy a great movie and a beautiful night under the stars. Right after family movie night, our outdoor movie theater opens for “The Late Show.” (Showings subject to cancellation in case of inclement weather) Season: June 15 – September 7

NEW!

Bingo Mondays, 6:30 – 8 p.m. Bring a blanket and enjoy playing for fun prizes on the lawn in front of Pizza on the Hill. Season: June 25 – September 3

Trivia Night

Thursdays, 6:30 – 8 p.m. Enjoy a pizza from Pizza on the Hill, show off your brain power and a chance to win a free pizza.

Rent our outdoor movie screen for your own party or event! Call the recreation coordinator at (530) 582-9646 for more details. Cost*: $400, for 3 hours of use and includes staff for set-up and break-down. *Delivery fees may apply.

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RECREATION PROGRAMS | Check for events, activities and programs open to the public

SPECIAL EVENTS

Bocce Ball From the descendants of Caesar, Bocce ball is a favorite at Tahoe Donner with three courts located behind Northwoods Clubhouse. The Recreation Hut adjacent to Northwoods Pool will have Bocce ball sets for member and guests to use. Check out the Bocce ball league info on page 12.

Sand Volleyball Bump! Set! Spike! Get out and enjoy yet another summer sport here in Tahoe Donner! Check out our professional grade sand volleyball court. For more information, drop by the Recreation Hut adjacent to Northwoods Pool.

Horseshoes Stop by the Recreation Hut any day between 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. to check out our horseshoe sets. The court is located behind the Northwoods Clubhouse.

Archery

Geo-caching

For kids 7 and up. A basic safety/skills clinic followed by friendly competition and games. Pre-registration and payment is required at least 24 hours in advance by going online to tahoedonner.com/shop. (Subject to cancellation in case of inclement weather.) Season: June 15 – September 2 Day: Friday – Sunday Time: 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m., 12:30 – 2 p.m., 2:30 – 4 p.m. Where: The Recreation Hut Cost: Members $7, Guests $9

Love orienteering? We do too! Come try your luck at finding treasure hidden around Tahoe Donner. Check out a GPS from the Recreation Hut, pre-loaded with our special waypoints, varying from easy to difficult. All waypoints lead to a “treasure box” filled with trinkets from other orienteers, leave a trinket, take a trinket! Great fun for the whole family. Trinkets are also available for purchase at the Recreation Hut.

Up to 3 people, lessons must be made 24 hours in advance by calling the recreation coordinator at (530) 582-9646. Cost: $25 per hour

Want to learn more about Geo-caching? Come and join one our three clinics that will be held throughout the summer. Clinics: June 22, July 20, August 17 Day and Time: Friday, 9 a.m. Where: The Recreation Hut Cost: Clinics are FREE, GPS rental $10 per day

Kids Night Out

NEW! Family Overnight Camp Out

Kids ages 4 – 9 are invited to an evening of games, dinner, arts and crafts, our Friday Night Movie and even a bedtime story. Parents can enjoy a night out while our trained staff looks after your little ones. Space is limited. Pre-registration and payment is required at least 24 hours in advance by going online to tahoedonner.com/shop. Day: First Friday of every month Time: 5 – 9 p.m. Where: Northwoods Clubhouse Cost: $15 per child

Come spend a night under the stars. A sleeping bag and warm clothes are mandatory, but if you have a tent you can bring that too! Fun activities, outdoor movie, cookout, campfire and breakfast are included. Space is limited. Pre-registration and payment is required at 48 hours in advance by going online to tahoedonner.com/shop. (Subject to cancellation in case of inclement weather, or insufficient registration) Date: Saturday – Sunday, July 14 – 15 Time: 5:30 p.m. – 9 a.m. Where: Beach Club Marina Cost: $25 per person

NEW! PRIVATE ARCHERY LESSONS

Waterpalooza Wait and see what we have in store this year! Come join the fun and don’t forget your swim suit at Tahoe Donner’s Second Annual Waterpalooza! Enjoy water themed games, our mega slip 'n slide and the pool. Dates: Saturday – Sunday, June 30 – July 1 Time: 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Where: Trout Creek Rec Center Cost: $15 for an unlimited wristband or $1 per ticket; food, games and ride ticket prices vary

Fourth of July Parade Celebrate the Fourth of July by cheering on Tahoe Donner’s float in the Truckee Parade. See if Tahoe Donner will win first place for the third year in a row. Date: Wednesday, July 4 Time: 10 a.m. FREE event

Fall Festival Join us for one of our biggest events of the year! There is something for everyone at our harvest festival. Enjoy arts and craft vendors, doggie dip, fun run, beer tasting, pumpkin patch, kids carnival area with games and food, as well as a rock wall and much more! Date: Saturday, October 13 Time: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Where: TBD Cost: $15 for an unlimited wristband or $1 per ticket; food, games and ride ticket prices vary

Euer Valley Member BBQ Enjoy an afternoon of food, music and games in the beautiful Euer Valley to wrap up a wonderful summer season. Parking will be available at the Equestrian Center with shuttle buses running into the valley. Visit tahoedonner.com for more information. Date: Saturday, July 28 Time: 3 – 6 p.m. Cost: TBD

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Brunch & Hike

Daypack Hikes

Join us for breakfast and a great morning hike. Bring your family and friends. Hike locations subject to change. Pre-registration and payment is required at least 24 hours in advance by going online to tahoedonner.com/shop. (Subject to cancellation in case of inclement weather, or insufficient registration) Day and Time: Sunday, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Where: Beach Club Marina Cost: $10 per person

Come and enjoy a guided, intermediate level hike through many of the majestic trails that the Tahoe area has to offer. Just bring a packed lunch, water and swimsuit. Hike locations subject to change. Pre-registration and payment is required at least 24 hours in advance by going online to tahoedonner.com/shop. (Subject to cancellation in case of inclement weather, or insufficient registration) Day and Time: Wednesday, 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Where: The Recreation Hut Cost: $10 per person

SCHEDULE June 24: Sagehen July 1: Donner Lake July 8: Castle Peak July 15: PCT South of I80 July 22: Negro Canyon July 29: Donner Lake Rim Trail August 5: Martis Peak August 12: PCT North of I80 August 19: Euer Valley August 26: Hawks Peak September 2: Euer Valley

NEW! HIKING POLE RENTALS Cost: $5 per day

Bocce League

SCHEDULE June 20: Donner Lake Rim Trail June 27: PCT South of I80 July 4: Eagle Falls* July 11: Sagehen* July 18: Castle Peak Summit July 25: Independence Lake* August 1: Hawks Peak August 8: Martis Peak August 15: Euer Valley* August 22: PCT North of I80 August 29: Fallen Leaf Lake *May include a stop at a water feature. (Swimming encouraged!)

NEW! HIKING POLE RENTALS Cost: $5 per day

For the seasoned competitors, rally your team for this summer’s Tahoe Donner Bocce League. Three matches will be played per night using all three courts. One match equals three games. Bocce ball courts will be reserved exclusively for league play during the times below. Refer to the recreation registration dates and sign up your team at tahoedonner.com/shop. (In case of inclement weather, make up dates will be scheduled) Bocce “A” League | June 26 – August 28 Tuesdays, 5:30 p.m. until dark Bocce “B” League | June 27 – August 29 Wednesdays, 5:30 p.m. until dark. Where: Northwoods Clubhouse Cost: $80 per team* *Each league will be comprised of six teams with 8-12 players per team. League subject to cancellation due to insufficient registration. For more info, contact the recreation coordinator at (530) 582-9646.

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Family Raft Trips Enjoy a day on the Truckee River. Bring a lunch, towel, sunscreen, plastic bag and anything else you may need. Register online at tahoedonner.com/shop. Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult over 18. Pre-registration and payment is required at least 24 hours in advance by going online to tahoedonner.com/shop. (Subject to cancellation in caseof inclement weather, river conditions or insufficient registration) Season Kick Off: Saturday, June 30 Final Trip: Saturday, September 1 Day and Time: Saturday, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Where: The Recreation Hut Cost: $30 per person


AQUATICS

Swim Lessons and Programs

Water Aerobics

Swim Team: Tiger Sharks

Our water aerobics classes focus on cardiovascular conditioning using interval segments and targets a beginner/intermediate level. Start Date: Friday, June 22 Days and Times: Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9 a.m. Saturday and Sunday at 9:30 a.m. Where: Trout Creek Recreation Center Cost: Members $8, Guests $12

The Trout Creek Tiger Sharks, Tahoe Donner’s recreation swim team, is in its fourth season! Come join us for fun and fitness developing core skills in all four racing strokes. Participants must be 6 - 15 years old and able to complete the skills equivalent of a level 5 swimmer or higher. Please note: a minimum enrollment of five participants per session is required. Workouts may be cancelled due to insufficient enrollment. Days: Monday, Wednesday and Friday Time: 8 – 9 a.m. Where: Trout Creek Recreation Center Cost: $30 per week* | Drop-in fee: $12

Aqua Zumba Known as the Zumba® “pool party”, Aqua Zumba® gives new meaning to the idea of an invigorating workout. Splashing, stretching, twisting, even shouting, laughing, hooting and hollering are often heard during an Aqua Zumba® class. Integrating the Latin-inspired Zumba® formula and philosophy with traditional aqua fitness disciplines, Aqua Zumba® blends it all together into a safe, challenging, water-based workout that’s cardio-conditioning, body-toning, and most of all, FUN & EXHILARATING! All fitness levels welcome! Start Date*: Friday, June 29 *This class will be FREE Days: Monday, Wednesday and Friday Time: 11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. Where: Trout Creek Recreation Center Cost: Members $8, Guests $12

Session 1: June 25 – 29 Session 2: July 2 – 6 Session 3: July 9 – 13 Session 4: July 16 – 20 Session 5: July 23 – 27 Session 6: July 30 – August 3 *Register for all six sessions and save $20! Discount will be given after the completion of Session 6.

Swim Camp Swim Camp is fun in the sun. Come to camp and improve your endurance and swim skills through a variety of games and drills. Participants must be 7 years or older and completed equivalent of level 4 or higher. Younger swimmers will be considered based on swimming ability. Dates: Monday – Friday, June 25 – 29 Time: 9 – 10:30 a.m. Where: Trout Creek Recreation Center Cost: Members $80, Guests $90

HOW TO REACH US Mailing Address Tahoe Donner Association ATTN: Aquatics 11509 Northwoods Blvd. Truckee, CA 96161 p (530) 582-9627 f (530) 587-0947 e aquatics@tahoedonner.com

NEW! ADULT SWIM CLUB Come out for a lunch hour swim workout! Workouts are 45 minutes in duration and are geared towards the adult intermediate level swimmer. Workouts will incorporate all strokes, kicking, pulling and drills. Each class will cater to the participants’ individual skill levels with emphasis on stroke advancement, goal achievement and the art of fitness swimming. Instruction in stroke technique and refinement will be provided. Participants with specific goals will be given specialized activities to facilitate progress toward that goal. Where: Trout Creek Recreation Center Days: Tuesday and Thursday Time: 12:30 p.m. Cost: Members $8, Guests $12

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AQUATICS PROGRAMS | Must present member or guest ID card to participate

Parent Swim Lesson Orientation

Group Swim Lessons

Come meet our instructors, learn what to expect from Tahoe Donner’s Learn to Swim Program, and receive some fun and useful tools to prep your little one for learning to swim. Together we can make your child’s swim lesson an enjoyable and successful experience. Instructors and the aquatics coordinator will be available to answer any questions you may have. Date: Sunday, June 17 Time: 7 p.m. Where: Trout Creek Recreation Center FREE event

Lessons are 30 minutes long and sessions run for two weeks. Morning lessons are held at Trout Creek Recreation Center and evening lessons at the Northwoods Pool. To provide consistent, quality swim lessons, PARTICIPANTS ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND THE FIRST LESSON OF ANY SESSION FOR WHICH THEY ARE ENROLLED. All participants must be registered at least one week prior to the class start date. A minimum enrollment of three participants per session is required. Classes may be cancelled due to insufficient enrollment. Days: Monday – Thursday Where: Morning sessions at Trout Creek Recreation Center, Evening sessions at Northwoods Pool Cost per session: Members $40, Guests $45

FREE Swim Lesson Demo Day

Guppies: Parent/Tot

Level 4 – Seals

Children ages 6 months - 3 years will spend time with a trained instructor. Adults will be taught to help children learn water adjustment, use of supported floats, kicks, and assisted entries through instruction, songs and games. This is a water exploration experience for both parent and child. Session 1 – 4 : 11 a.m.

Pre-requisite: Level 3 | Students will work on their endurance during the front and back crawl strokes. They will be introduced to breaststroke, new ways of treading water, diving, and rotary breathing. Session 1 – 4: 9 a.m., 9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m.

Join us for a FREE 30 minute swim lesson before our regular lessons begin! We will be conducting a Water Safety Instructor class to train our swim instructors for the summer season. As part of their training, we need real students to practice teaching skills. Your swimmer can take part in a swim lesson and level check to regain those swimming legs and determine at what level they are currently swimming. Reservations can be made in advance by calling the aquatics coordinator at (530) 582-9627. Students must be at least 6 months old for Guppies and be accompanied by an adult in the water and at least 2 ½ years old for all other levels. Date: Thursday, June 14 Time: 3:45 – 4:45 p.m. Where: Trout Creek Recreation Center

Swim Lesson Potluck All those that participated in the 2012 Learnto-Swim Program are invited. Swimmers will receive a certificate and award, and enjoy water games, face painting and fun in the sun with their swim instructors. Hamburgers and hot dogs will be provided. For more information, or to make your reservation and receive your pot luck assignment, please call the aquatics coordinator at (530) 582-9627. Please RSVP no later than Monday, July 30. Date: Thursday, August 2 Time: 12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Where: Trout Creek Rec Center BBQ Area FREE event

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Session 1: June 25 – 28, July 2 – 6* Session 3: July 23 – 26, 30 – August 2 Session 2: July, 9 – 12, 16 – 19 Session 4: August 6 – 9, 13 – 16 *No lessons will be held on Wednesday, July 4 – lessons will be made up on Friday, July 6.

Level 1 – Bubble Blowers Children ages 2 1/2 and older can adjust to the water and a swim lesson setting. Instructors focus on introducing the following skills: water entries and exits, bubble blowing, underwater exploration, kicking, arm movements, body position, and supported locomotion. Session 1 – 4: 9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m., 11 a.m. Session 1 – 4: 5 p.m.

Level 2 – Starfish Pre-requisite: Level 1 | Instructors will build on prior water abilities focusing on the following basic skills: floating, gliding, retrieving underwater objects, and unsupported swimming on front and back. Session 1 – 4: 9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m., 11 a.m. Session 1 – 4: 5:35 p.m.

Level 3 – Duckies: Pre-requisite: Level 2 | Students at this level will learn the front crawl and elementary backstroke. Instructors will introduce treading water, diving, rhythmic breathing, and promote water safety. Most skills will be performed independently. Session 1 – 4: 9 a.m., 9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m., 11 a.m. Session 1 – 4: 6:10 p.m.

Level 5 – Dolphins Pre-requisite: Level 4 | Students will work on improving existing skills while increasing endurance. They will be introduced to the butterfly, competitive dives and open turns. Session 1 – 4: 9 a.m.

Level 6 – Sharks Pre-requisite: Level 5 | The objective of level 6 is to refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances. This is also the time to introduce other aquatic activities. Level 6 is designed with “menu” options, including Fitness Swimmer and Personal Water Safety. Fitness Swimmer allows students to demonstrate etiquette in fitness swimming, use of equipment when swimming and to demonstrate various training techniques. Personal Water Safety will introduce surface diving, survival float, survival swimming and self-rescue techniques. Session 2, 4: Fitness Swimmer, 9 a.m. Session 3: Personal Water Safety, 9 a.m.


AQUATICS PROGRAMS CONTINUED| Must present member or guest ID card to participate

Semi/Private Lesson Our private lessons are designed to provide instruction for basic skills such as floating, kicking, breath control, and advanced stroke refinement. Instructors will gauge the level of each student and work with them at their own pace. Purchase of a semi-private lesson entitles registrant to a minimum of two and maximum of three participants per semi-private lesson. Students may be no more than one level apart. All lessons must be booked at least one week prior to the class start date.

Trout Creek Rec Center Dates: June 18 – August 24 Days and Time: Monday – Thursday 9 a.m., 9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m., 11 a.m. Fridays | 10:30 a.m., 11 a.m.

Northwoods Pool Dates: June 25 – August 16 Days and Time: Monday – Thursday 5 p.m., 5:35 p.m., 6:10 p.m. Cost per semi-private lesson: Members $40 per lesson, Guests $45 Cost per private lesson: Members $30 per lesson, Guests $35

Adult Swim Lessons Beginner - No previous skills required. This is a basic swim course for the adult just learning to swim. The course is designed to teach floating and basic stroke techniques, including the front crawl and elementary backstroke. Session 1: June 25 – 28 Session 2: July 9 – 12 Intermediate - Pre-requisite: Adult Beginner. Continue to improve the front crawl and be introduced to the breaststroke, backstroke and sidestroke. Depending on skill level, advanced strokes, treading water and flip turns may be introduced. Session 3: July 16 – 19 Session 4: July 23 – 26 Days: Monday – Thursday Time: 7 – 8 p.m. Where: Trout Creek Recreation Center Cost: Members $40, Guests $45

WATER SAFETY Junior Lifeguard Training

Lifeguarding Review Courses

Join us for a fun-filled week of basic lifeguarding skills. Participants will practice rescue techniques in pool, lake, and river settings. This program is a great prep course for future certification. Participants must be 9 years or older and have completed equivalent of level 5 or higher. Dates: Monday – Friday, July 9 – 13 Time: 9:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Where: Trout Creek Recreation Center Cost: Members $110, Guests $120

These review courses are intended for those individuals who have successfully completed a Red Cross Lifeguarding and First Aid course within the last four years and/or CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer course within the last two years.

Lifeguard Training If you are 15 years or older and looking for a great summer job or a challenging career in the aquatics industry… The Tahoe Donner American Red Cross Lifeguarding certification program will give you an advantage! The lifeguarding certification will qualify you to work as part of a committed team of certified lifeguards to provide safety and protection to aquatic patrons. You could save a life! Your certification will provide you the necessary skills to prevent and respond to water related emergencies. Passing the pre-requisite skills test during the first class and attendance at all scheduled classes is required for certification. Upon successful completion, participants will obtain the American Red Cross Lifeguard certificate, as well as CPR/AED and First Aid for the Professional Rescuer. Dates: May 8 – 19 Days and Time: Tuesday & Thursday from 3:30 – 8:30 p.m. Saturday from 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Where: Trout Creek Recreation Center Cost*: Members $175, Guests $200

CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer Review Course Date: Saturday, June 2 Time: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Where: Trout Creek Rec Center Cost*: $50

Lifeguard Review Course (includes CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer and First Aid) Dates: Saturday – Sunday, June 2 – 3 Time: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Where: Trout Creek Recreation Center Cost*: $100

Water Safety Instructor Course If you are 16 years or older, enjoy swimming and teaching others, this course will give you the skills needed to teach all levels of swimming to both youths and adults. WSI certification is a competitive edge in the aquatics industry and will often be the factor that gets you the job over other candidates. WSI certified instructors are also often paid at a higher rate than uncertified aquatics staff and WSI certification is a requirement for all Tahoe Donner swim instructors. Passing the prerequisite skills test during the first class and attendance at all scheduled classes is required for certification. Dates: June 5 – 17 Days and Time: Tuesday & Thursday from 3:30 – 8:30 p.m. Sunday from 12 – 8 p.m. Where: Trout Creek Recreation Center Cost*: Members $175, Guests $200

*If you are hired onto the Trout Creek Aquatics staff and fulf ill your season commitment, your course fee will be refunded excluding a materials fee. Apply at tahoedonner.com/employment

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POOLS SEASON & HOURS

BEAT THE HEAT.

Trout Creek Recreation Pool Saturday, May 26 – Sunday, September 30* Monday – Thursday | 11:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. Friday – Sunday | 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Jump into one of Tahoe Donner’s refreshing pools. Each of our aquatics facilities offers a unique atmosphere. Northwoods Pool and the Trout Creek Recreation Pool offer added safety to your recreational swim with certified lifeguards on duty. Check out our full roster of swim lessons, as well as an array of aquatic programs on pg. 13 - 15. Trout Creek Recreation Center also boasts a dedicated lap swimming pool as well as supplemental lap swim hours in our Recreation Pool. You can also grab a bite to eat at the Marco Polo Grill located on the recreation pool deck.

*MODIFIED SEASONAL HOURS: Memorial Day through end of TTUSD school year Weekdays | 3 – 7 p.m. Weekends | 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. Labor Day through September 30 Weekdays | 3 – 7 p.m. Weekends | 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. Northwoods Pool Saturday, June 16 – Sunday, August 19 Monday - Sunday | 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. *MODIFIED SEASONAL HOURS: August 20 through September 3 Weekends | 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

FEES*

Recreation Pool

Northwoods Pool

Members with recreation fee FREE FREE Members without recreation fee $6 $4 Guests $8 $6 Children 6 & under FREE FREE *Difference of fees due if Northwoods Pool entry fee has been paid on the same day.

NEW! Dive in Movies Watch a movie on the big screen from the comfort of an innertube in the Trout Creek Recreation Pool or cuddle up poolside on a chaise lounge. You’ll need to come early to secure a spot in the family hot tub. Movies will be rated PG or PG-13 and have an aquatic theme. Trout Creek Recreation Center entry fees apply. Innertube rentals are $5 each. Days: Saturday, July 28 and Saturday, August 11 Time: Sunset

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Pool Parties

Recreation Pool at Trout Creek Recreation Center 12790 Northwoods Blvd. Truckee, CA 96161 p (530) 587-9437

Celebrate your special occasion with a private pool party! The Northwoods Pool is available on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 5 – 7:30 p.m. for your private party! Reservations must be made in advance by calling the aquatics coordinator at the Trout Creek Recreation Center, (530) 582-9627. Alcohol is permitted on the premises during pool parties, with the exception of glass containers. All pool parties must be booked at least one week prior to the event date. Cost: $100 (maximum pool occupancy is 50 persons) Ask about having pizza at your party from Pizza on the Hill

Northwoods Pool 11509 Northwoods Blvd. Truckee, CA 96161 p (530) 587-9646

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Swim Sticker Program Children 9 - 13 can register at Trout Creek Recreation Center to obtain non-supervised swim privileges. A swim test will be required and a wrist band identifying them as ‘non-supervised’ must be worn at all times. These privileges include access to the Trout Creek Recreation Center Recreation Pool, family spa, outdoor restrooms, and the Northwoods Pool. No one under 14 may be left unsupervised in other areas of the Trout Creek Recreation Center. These privileges will be revoked and the parent/guardian contacted immediately if any behavior or safety problems are encountered.


POOLS | Must present member or guest ID card to participate

RECREATION SWIM RULES 1. Children 6 and under must be within arm’s reach of a parent/guardian. 2. Children under the age of 14 should not use the pool without adult supervision. (Please ask about our ‘Swim Sticker’ program) Parents must remain within arms reach of their non-swimmer children in any water depth that may be potentially unsafe for their ability. 3. Swim diapers and/or tight fitting rubber pants are required for all children who are not potty trained. Swim diapers are avail able at the Trout Creek Recreation Center front desk. Parents are expected to facilitate potty breaks regularly and often. In the event of a fecal accident in the pool or spas, a mandatory 24 hour closure will be required. Patrons will be directed to available facilities. 4. The spas in the lap pool area are heated above 100 degrees fahrenheit and are NOT recommended for children. 5. Please shower before entering the pool and/or spas. 6. Please no running on pool decks. 7. Please no diving or flipping. 8. Please no jumping or splashing in spas. 9. Please no horseplay, shoving or pushing in or around pool and/or spas. 10. Please no chewing gum or breath holding activities. 11. Please no hanging on lane lines.

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Please no alcohol and/or smoking. Please no glass. Only Coast Guard-approved life jackets are allowed in the pool or spas. No other flotation devices are allowed. Trout Creek Recreation staff members reserve the right to prohibit any activity that they consider to be unsafe and/ or disruptive. In the event that we must close the Rec Pool and/or Family Spa, recreation swim hours will be available in the Trout Creek Lap Pool and/or Spa from 3 – 7 p.m. weekdays and 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. weekends, unless equivalent facilities are open and available elsewhere. The Lap Pool deck and spa area are a “Quiet Area.” Loud or rambunctious behavior is prohibited.

NEW! Wibit Aqua Challenge and Float Your Boat Come check out the new aquatic obstacle course set up. You are also invited to bring your floating pool toys and have a splash! No hard sided floatation devices or floaties are allowed. Lifeguards reserve the right to remove any floatation devices at their discretion. Day and Time: Fridays, 5 – 7 p.m. Where: Trout Creek Recreation Pool

LAP SWIM RULES Lap swim is available at Trout Creek Recreation Center. Recreation Pool Friday – Sunday from 7:30 a.m. – 10 a.m.* No lifeguard is on duty at this time *Lap swimmers will share the recreation pool with other aquatic programs. Lap Pool* Seven days a week from 6 a.m. – 10 p.m. *The Lap Pool is reserved for lap swim only and the Lap Pool deck is a ‘Quiet Area’ during the season that the Recreation Pool is open. The Lap Pool will briefly close for cleaning every Tuesday at 9 a.m.

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“Lap Swim” is defined by the ability to repetitively complete at least one length of the pool without assistance. If it becomes necessary to share lanes with other swimmers, please choose a lane, with swimmers that most closely reflect your pace. Joining a lane is by agreement of swimmers occupying that lane. When two or more swimmers occupy a lane, swimmers may opt to split lanes. Circle swimming is required whenever three or more swimmers occupy the same lane. Slower swimmers should keep to the outer lanes and faster swimmers to the middle lane. tahoedonner.com | PRIVATE AMENITY |

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BEACH CLUB Marina

SEASON & HOURS

SWIM. SAIL. PADDLE.

Friday, May 25 – Monday, September 3 7 a.m. – 9 p.m., daily (gates close at 10 p.m.) Tuesday, September 4 – Sunday, October 7 8 a.m. – 7 p.m., daily

Dive into summer fun at the Beach Club Marina. Located on the east end of Donner Lake, this popular summer amenity provides something for everyone. Whether you want to relax on the sandy beach with a beautiful view of the lake or explore the lake by boat, swimming or windsurfing, hanging out at the Beach Club Marina is the perfect way to spend a summer day. In addition to lessons and rentals, the Beach Club Marina offers weekly and special events throughout the summer. Stop by and take a dip in Donner Lake.

Marina Grill | 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Limited food options from May 25 – June 22 and September 4 – October 7

HOW TO REACH US 12915 Donner Pass Rd. Truckee, CA 96161 p (530) 587-9460 e marina@tahoedonner.com

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Sandy beach on Donner Lake Boat launch ramp (members only) Roped-off swim area with a platform (no boats are allowed) Sailboat, pedal boat, kayak, stand up paddleboard and windsurfer rentals Charcoal barbecues on the beach Sailing & windsurfing lessons and clinics Seasonal kayak storage

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Marina Grill Our menu includes burgers, panini sandwiches, hot dogs, veggie burgers, salads, ice cream, snow cones and an assortment of other tasty snacks. The Marina Grill also offers beer and wine.

FEES Member Access with Rec Fee FREE Member Access without Rec Fee $6 Guest $8 Children 6 & under FREE Twilight Member (after 6 p.m.) $4 Twilight Guest (after 6 p.m.) $6 Lessons available per hour Member Guest Sailing $40* $45* Windsurfing $40* $45* *For one person. Boat/board rental not included. Each additional person costs $5.

Rentals Hours are from 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily (weather permitting). All rentals must be returned by 6 p.m. After Labor Day, rental hours are from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. and rentals must be returned by 5 p.m. One Hour Half Day Full Day Bikes* $10 $30 $50 *Bike rentals include helmets. Performance bikes are available at Bikeworks, located at the Equestrian Center, see pg. 5 for more information. Rates per hour Member Guest One-person kayaks/ Two-person kayaks $12/$15 $15/$18 Hobie Wave $30 $35 Two-person pedal boat/Four-person pedal boat $15/$18 $18/$21 Stand up paddleboard $15 $18 Windsurfer $15 $18 Hobie Getaway* $70 $80 *This large catamaran can accommodate several adults and is only availablewith a skipper, by reservation.


BEACH CLUB MARINA PROGRAMS | Must present member or guest ID card to participate

Historical Kayak Tours

Treasure Hunt

Crawdad Fishing Contest

Explore Donner Lake. A guide will present information on the history of the lake and interesting facts about the surrounding area and its inhabitants. After an hour on the water, return to the Beach Club Marina where breakfast will be served on the deck. Reservations and prepayment required. Cancellations must be made 48 hours in advance for a full refund. Private tours are available for groups of four or more when scheduled at least a week in advance. Opening Day: Tuesday, June 19 Closing Day: Wednesday, August 15 Days: Tuesday and Wednesday Time: 8 a.m. Cost: Members $12, Guests $15

Ahoy mateys! Grab your pirate hat and head down to the beach. Registered teams will receive a map to various clues that will eventually lead to the booty. The quest for the loot will begin at noon — savvy… aye, see you thar, scallywags. Date: June 24 Time: 12 p.m. FREE event

Come to the annual Crawdad Fishing Contest. Prizes will be awarded for the largest and smallest crawdads, and for those who can catch the most. This is a catch-and-release contest. Date: Thursday, July 26 Time: 3 p.m. FREE event

Water Kids Club This club will introduce participants to a variety of water-oriented activities such as swimming challenges, windsurfing, stand-up paddling, sailing, kayaking and more. Children ages 6 and older with good swimming skills are welcome to join. Drop-ins on space available basis only. Dates: June 22 – August 17 Day: Friday Time: 4 – 6 p.m. Cost: $75 for the Summer Drop-in for the day: Member $15, Guest $20

Windsurfing Clinics Want to learn to windsurf or perhaps improve in your skills? This year the Beach Club Marina offers dynamic and in-depth windsurfing clinics. All clinics will be held weather permitting. Please call the Beach Club Marina for reservations. Dates: June 28, July 19 and August 9 Day: Thursday Time: 3 – 4 p.m. Cost: $10

Junior Sailing Program The Junior Sailing Program is designed for beginner to intermediate sailors, ages 9 – 16. Each three-day session includes three hours of instruction per day with the majority of the time spent on the water. Classes are limited to eight students to ensure plenty of individual attention, so be sure to make your reservations early. Payment must be made at the time of reservation. Cancellations must be made 48 hours in advance for a refund. Program Season: July 4 – August 17 Days: Wednesday – Friday Time: 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Cost: Members $125, Guests $150

Demo Day Are you looking to purchase a new kayak? Or maybe you just want to check out the latest kayaks available? The Sports Exchange will host a demo day featuring kayaks from Malibu, Cobra, Dagger and Perception. Date: Saturday, July 14 Time: 9 a.m. FREE event

Stand-up Paddleboard Race Bring your own board or rent one from us. Please visit tahoedonner.com for more information as the event nears. Date: Sunday, July 29 Time: 3 p.m. FREE event

Hawaiian Weekend Join us for a whole weekend of Hawaiian themed fun! Get your grass skirt and be prepared to limbo as we transform the Beach Club Marina into a paradise. Games, entertainment, Hawaiian lunch specials, tropical drink specials and more. Date: Saturday – Sunday, August 4 – 5 Check tahoedonner.com for a schedule of events, pricing and more info.

Cardboard Regatta A long-standing employee tradition, head down to the Beach Club Marina for a chance to participate in the annual Cardboard Regatta. Your team will construct a boat out of cardboard and duct tape to race from the boat launch to the buoy and back. This will be followed by several other feats of agility and speed. The awards ceremony on the beach will follow with a BBQ dinner and drinks available for purchase. The events begin at 1 p.m. For more information on rules, events and cost, please contact the Beach Club Marina at (530) 587-9460. Date: Saturday, August 18 Time: Race starts at 3 p.m. FREE event

Scavenger Hunt Are you a big fan of our treasure hunts? If so, be sure to join us for a fun scavenger hunt. Sign up the day of the event. Date: Sunday, August 19 Time: 12 p.m. FREE event

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DAY CAMPS HOW TO REACH US

HAVE A MEMORABLE DAY.

Mailing Address Tahoe Donner Association ATTN: Day Camps 11509 Northwoods Blvd. Truckee, CA 96161 p (530) 587-9493 f (530) 587-0685 e daycamps@tahoedonner.com

Tahoe Donner Camps strive to foster an environment of safety, fun, and creativity for the youth of this community through environmental, physical and outdoor education. It is our goal to create memorable summer days with a variety of activities and crafts that allow each child to gain both an increased understanding of their natural surroundings, as well as unique camp experiences to take home and share. PLEASE NOTE: All campers must be willing to participate in the daily activities.

REGISTRATION

REGISTRATION

Ready to enroll your children in a summer of fun-filled activities? Each camp lasts five days spanning Monday – Friday. All camps are for member and member guests. Early registration is necessary. Camp registration will begin on May 1 for members and May 15 for member guests. Camp waivers may be found at tahoedonner.com/day-camps.

Visit tahoedonner.com/shop to register for camp sessions.

Camp Sessions

Member Registration Begins online at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, May 1

Session 1: June 25 – 29 Session 5: July 23 – 27 Session 2: July 2 – July 6* Session 6: July 30 – August 3 Session 3: July 9 – 13 Session 7: August 6 – 10 Session 4: July 16 – 20 Session 8: August 13 – 17 *Session 2 there will be no camps on Wednesday, July 4.

Guest Registration Begins online at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, May 15

IMPORTANT: Please take careful note of the age level requirements for each camp program and make sure that your child is eligible to attend that program. The age requirements are established for the safety and well-being of your child. If a child is found to be registered for a program that he/ she is not eligible for, his/her registration will be cancelled and no refund will be given. There will be no exceptions with children’s ages for camp. All children must be potty-trained to attend any camp. Children in pull-ups will not be allowed to attend camp.

CANCELLATION POLICY All cancellations and/or changes must be made 14 days prior to the first day of the session for which you are registered and a processing fee of $10 will be charged. No refunds will be given for cancellations and/or changes less than 14 days prior to the first day of the session for which you are registered.

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Pioneers Things to bring to camp Each camper must bring a daypack, water bottle, closed-toed shoes, swimsuit, sunscreen, hat, towel and a white t-shirt for tie-dye.

High Mountain Kids Camp We will focus on providing a nurturing environment for your little ones. This camp focuses on nature education, outdoor activities, hiking, arts and crafts, creative play, equestrian activities and a Wednesday BBQ at the Beach Club Marina. Please note that the activities offered may vary from week to week. Participants must bring a snack and the essentials listed under things to bring. Important: Children must be potty trained to attend this camp. No pull-ups are allowed. Ages: 3 - 4 year olds (Must be 3 by the first day of the session the child is attending.) Time: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Where: Drop-off and pick-up at the Tahoe Donner Downhill Ski Area for M, T, Th, and F; Wednesday: Beach Day! Drop-off and pick-up at the Beach Club Marina. Cost: Member $135, Guest $155

Explorers This camp focuses on nature education, outdoor activities, hiking, outdoor games, equestrian activities, as well as arts and crafts, and a Wednesday BBQ at the Beach Club Marina. These are just some of the highlights of what this camp offers and activities may vary from week to week. Participants must bring a hearty snack, sweatshirt and the essentials listed under things to bring. Ages: 5 year olds Time: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Where: Drop-off and pick-up at Tahoe Donner Downhill Ski Area on M, T, Th, and F Wednesday - Beach Day! Drop-off and pickup at the Beach Club Marina. Cost: Member $135, Guest $155

Campers will enjoy many adventures such as swimming, hiking, indoor rock climbing, outdoor games, arts and crafts, outdoor education, equestrian activities and a Wednesday BBQ at the Beach Club Marina. Field trips and activities may vary from week to week. Participants must bring a hearty lunch, sweatshirt and the essentials listed under things to bring. Ages: 6 - 7 year olds Time: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Where: Drop-off and pick-up at the Tahoe Donner Downhill Ski Area on M, T, Th, and F. Wednesday - Beach Day! Drop-off and pick-up at the Beach Club Marina Cost: Member $175, Guest $195

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Club Tahoe Donner Campers will love the adventurous activities offered in this camp. Each day a new excursion will take place and activities may vary from week to week. Activities include trips to the beach, pool, indoor rock climbing, hiking in the Sierra, archery, outdoor survival skills and team building. Arts and crafts, outdoor games, and other favorites will also be included. Participants must bring a hearty lunch, sweatshirt and the essentials listed under things to bring. Ages: 8 - 9 year olds Time: 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Wednesdays Where: Drop-off and pick-up at the Beach Club Marina at the Clubhouse. The Clubhouse is located at the exit gate in the Marina Parking lot. Cost: Member $175, Guest $195

Reliable, experienced, professional cleaners available seven days (and nights) a week. To schedule an appointment call:

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Donner Lake Adventure Camp This camp is designed to enhance your camper’s teamwork skills and outdoor survival knowledge. Many adventures are offered from week to week that may include: swimming, hiking in the Sierra, team building activities, indoor rock climbing, arts and crafts, Wednesday BBQ’s at the Beach Club Marina, river rafting, archery and a ropes course. Participants must bring a hearty lunch, sweatshirt and the essentials listed under things to bring. Ages: 10 - 12 year olds Time: 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Wednesdays Where: Drop-off and pick-up at the Beach Club Marina at the Clubhouse. The Clubhouse is located at the exit gate in the Marina Parking lot. Cost: Member $190, Guest $215 tahoedonner.com | PRIVATE AMENITY |

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TENNIS

Center

SEASON & HOURS

SWING INTO SUMMER AT THE TAHOE DONNER TENNIS CENTER.

Saturday, May 5 – Sunday, October 14 (Conditions permitting.) Court Hours | 7:30 a.m. – dusk Pro Shop Hours | 7:30 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Located on beautiful Bennett Flat Meadow with the waters of the creek splashing nearby, the Tennis Center is the perfect place to spend a day. We have everything you need to fulfill all your tennis needs including adult and junior clinics, professional racquet stringing, lessons, events and more. Tennis is a sport that can be enjoyed at any age. Stop by to check out what we offer and we will see you on the courts.

HOW TO REACH US 1509 Northwoods Blvd. Truckee, CA 96161 p (530) 587-9474 e tennis@tahoedonner.com

Stay tuned this summer as we look to add more exciting events and programs. Celebrity weekends, team tennis trips, date nights, game nights, fashion shows and much more are in the works to make this summer one to remember at the Tahoe Donner Tennis Center. Check Weekly News, TD News, tahoedonner.com, tahoedonnertennisclub.com and be on the lookout for possible YouTube, Twitter and Facebook postings as well.

RESERVATION POLICY FEATURES • • • • • • • • • •

11 hard courts Two practice walls Ball machine with serving feature Pro Shop with Nike and Head/Penn products Lessons Clinics Junior programs Special events Outdoor patio with barbecue and fire pit Shaded viewing deck

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Courts 10 and 11 will be teaching courts. Available for walk-ons for whatever length of time before the next scheduled lesson. Courts 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 - 90 minute reservation courts. From 7:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. for 90 minute intervals. These courts can be reserved by one homeowner. No back-to-back blocks are allowed on these courts for any reason during morning play. These courts will then return to 60 minute blocks from 12 p.m. through the remainder of the day and they will follow the 60 minute reservation policy. Courts 1, 7, 8 and 9 – 60 minute reservation courts. From 8 a.m. until close at 60 minute intervals. These courts can be booked for 120 minute blocks in the morning from 8 – 10 a.m. and 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. only. No 9 – 11 a.m. bookings on these courts. 120 minute blocks must have two separate homeowner’s names to reserve. Rates Daily Play with recreation fee Daily Play without recreation fee Twilight Play (after 4 p.m.) Ages 6 & under Equipment Fees Shoe Rental Racquet Rental Ball Hopper Ball Machine (one hour) Ball Machine (season pass) Ball Machine (family pass)

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Member Guest FREE n/a $6 $8 $4 $6 FREE FREE $5 $5 $5 $15 $175 $250

$5 $5 $5 $18 n/a n/a


TENNIS PROGRAMS | Must present member or guest ID card to participate

Tennis Footwear Policy We only allow tennis specific footwear to be used on the tennis courts. We rent tennis footwear for $5 per day. Anyone sized 3.5 youth/men and 5 women and up must have tennis specific court shoes in order to play. We have a fully stocked pro shop with multiple brands to accommodate all.

Instruction Perhaps you are just starting out in the game of tennis? Or maybe you are a seasoned tennis player looking to refine your technique? No matter your level, the Tahoe Donner Tennis Center offers lessons and clinics for everyone. With close to 20 hours of weekly Adult Tennis Clinics, our Certified Tennis Professionals will have you swinging like a pro in no time. Our Junior Tennis Clinics offer plenty of hands-on instruction for the tennis players of tomorrow. Call us or visit tahoedonner.com/tennis to learn more about our instructional programs.

TENNIS EVENTS Tennis Across America Enjoy a free day of tennis as part of our fourth annual Tennis Across America event . We will have something for the whole family to enjoy as we showcase our 2012 summer programs. Sign up in the Pro Shop. Date: Saturday, May 5 FREE event

Memorial Weekend Season Kick-Off Lace up your sneakers and grab your racquet as we kick off the season in style. This Tennis Club sponsored event gets you out on the courts for a great afternoon of team tennis. The exciting format will have you buzzing from court to court and match to match as you fight for every game to help your team to victory. Date: Saturday, May 26 Round Robin: 2 – 5 p.m. BBQ and Potluck: 5 p.m. Cost: Tennis Club Member FREE, Member $10, Guest $10 plus $6 court fee

Tahoe Donner Versus Series Get your game face on as we challenge the very best players from rival clubs. The Tennis Center is excited to bring a host of exchange matches to test your skills and make new tennis friends this summer. Sign up early, as spots are sure to fill up quickly. Date and Time: TBD FREE event

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Burgers, Bratwurst and Tennis Bashes Join the Tennis Club for an afternoon of tennis, food and fun. Starting off with a warm up clinic from our USPTA certified teaching staff, then test your skills in Round Robin play and finish with a feast of all of your BBQ and pot luck favorites. These mainstays of the summer schedule are can’t miss events the whole family will love. Date: June 23, July 14, August 11 Days: Saturday Tennis Clinic: 3 p.m. Round Robin: 4 p.m. BBQ and Potluck: 6 p.m. Cost: Tennis Club Member FREE, Member $10, Guest $16

Licensed & Insured CSL# 865608

Pro Exhibitions Sit back, relax and watch the pros go to work as they battle it out on the court for your viewing pleasure. This year we look to scour the area and beyond for some top notch talent to entertain and show us how it is really done. Sponsored by the Tennis Club and free to everyone.

Margarita Madness Date: Saturday, June 30 Time: 3 p.m.

Exhibition Tournament Dates: Friday – Sunday, July 20 – 22 Time: TBD

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TENNIS PROGRAMS CONTINUED | Must present member or guest ID card to participate

USTA TOURNAMENTS The Tahoe Donner Tennis Center is excited to host five USTA Tournaments this summer. This year’s tournament schedule brings back a Grand Slam, a Senior Tournament and Tournament of the Year status as well. Visit norcal.usta.com to enter.

Tahoe Donner Fourth Annual NTRP Tournament Tournament of the Year - 3.0 Division - 1.5x ranking points - 3rd/4th playoff Dates: Friday – Sunday, June 1 – 3 NMW(2.5-5.0)s, SE; NMW(2.5-5.0)d, SE; NX(2.5-5.0)d,SE

Third Annual Summer Junior Challenger Dates: Saturday – Sunday, June 16 – 17 Challenger: BG(18-10)s, SE; Challenger: BG(18-10)d, SE

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Pam Krone Memorial NTRP Tournament USTA Most Outstanding NTRP Event 2011 A USTA Grand Slam Event - 2x ranking points - 3rd/4th playoff Dates: Friday – Sunday, August 24 – 26 NMW(2.5-5.0)s, SE; NMW(2.5-5.0)d, SE; NX(2.5-5.0)d,SE

Fourth Annual Fall Junior Open Open: BG(18-10)s, SE; Open: BG(18-10)d, SE Date: Saturday – Sunday, September 15 – 16

Second Annual Tahoe Donner Senior Tournament USTA Most Outstanding Senior Event in 2011 Dates: Friday – Sunday, September 28 – 30 SMW(35-85)s, SE; SMW(35-85)d, SE; SX(35-85)d, SE


TROUT CREEK

Recreation Center

RUN. SWIM. JUMP. SOAK.

HOURS

Tahoe Donner’s state of the art fitness facility gives you many opportunities to get in shape. Whether you are just starting out with a fitness program or are an experienced athlete training for an event, Trout Creek Recreation Center is the place for you. Features include: weight room, cardio room, fitness classes, recreation pool, lap pool, steam room, spas, massage program, personal training, Kid’s Club and more. At Trout Creek Recreation Center, you can work up a sweat or soak in the hot tub after a day of play in the mountains.

6 a.m. – 10 p.m. daily

FEES Rates Member recreation fee FREE Member without recreation fee $6 Guest (Up to 4 guests per card) $8 Children 6 & under FREE Locker Rental* 1 week $10 1 month $20 6 months $40 1 year $60 *Daily locker rentals are available at no charge

Fitness Classes Member $8 Guest $12 Member 10-pack $72 Member Unlimited Pass $290

Member Orientation

HOW TO REACH US 12790 Northwoods Blvd. Truckee, CA 96161 p (530) 587-9437 e troutcreek@tahoedonner.com

NEED A SNACK? Enjoy poolside food service provided by The Lodge Restaurant & Pub at the Marco Polo Grill. The family friendly menu includes items such as corn dogs, burgers, cold and hot sandwiches and cold drinks. The grill will be open for most of the summer season from 11:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. daily.

On the last Friday of every month at 4 p.m., Trout Creek Recreation Center staff offers members an orientation to the center’s facilities and programs. Take a tour and learn about facility policies and the proper use of equipment from a certified personal trainer. We recommend wearing comfortable clothing.

Fitness Classes Trout Creek Recreation Center offers a variety of fitness classes that cater to all ages, abilities and fitness levels. Classes include: yoga, cardio cross training, strength & conditioning, pilates, water aerobics, spinning, nordic ski walking, Zumba, line dancing and more. Visit tahoedonner.com for a complete schedule.

Personal Training Are you planning to start a new fitness program? Do you work out but don’t see the results you are hoping for? Whether your goal is to lose weight, get healthy, build muscle or increase endurance, our personal trainers have years of experience to help set you on the right path. Visit tahoedonner.com for a list of certified personal trainers.

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Massage Massage is an excellent component of one’s overall personal wellness program. Integrating body, mind and spirit, massage can significantly reduce physical, mental and emotional fatigue and stress, resulting in a strong overall feeling of energetic rejuvenation and healthy well-being. Trout Creek Massage therapists customize each massage session based on the goals, needs, and requests of each individual client. Trout Creek Massage therapists incorporate one or more of the following techniques or modalities: • Relaxation Massage • Craniosacral Therapy • Lymphatic Massage

• Deep Tissue Massage • Energy Work • Shiatsu

• Sports Massage • Foot Reflexology • Pregnancy Massage

Visit tahoedonner.com to book your massage today.

Gym Sticker Program Children ages 9 - 13 may use the cardio and weight room with the approval of a personal trainer contracted with Tahoe Donner Association. Schedule an appointment with any of our trainers and they will create a structured exercise program to ensure safe and proper use of the equipment. Children under the age of 9 must be under the direct supervision of a personal trainer at all times. (Personal trainer fees will apply.)

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Kid’s Club: Drop-in Childcare Program The Kid’s Club drop-in childcare program is designed to provide parents with a safe and stimulating environment for your little ones ages 3 months – 8 years, while you take advantage of the Trout Creek facilities and services. Enjoy an uninterrupted workout in our state of the art cardio or weight facilities, take a fitness class, relax with a massage or enjoy a soak in one of our spas, sauna, or steam room. Drop-in services are restricted to 2-hour maximum per day and parents are required to stay on premises during this time. Days: Monday – Saturday Time: 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Cost: $4 for 30 minutes* *Purchased in blocks of 2 hours, Late fees apply after 2 hours. Please visit tahoedonner.com for Kid’s Club rules and restrictions.


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Day Camps registration begins online at 8 a.m. for MEMBERS.

Tennis Center OPEN for the season. (conditions permitting)

Tennis Across America, pg. 23 Kid’s Night Out, pg. 11 Family Movie Night, pg. 10 Trivia Night, pg. 10

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Wii Night, pg. 10

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Swim Lesson registration begins online at 8 a.m. for MEMBERS.

Lifeguard Training, pg. 15

Lifeguard Training cont., pg. 15

Lifeguard Training cont., pg. 15

Family Movie Night, pg. 10 Trivia Night, pg. 10

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Wii Night, pg. 10

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Day Camps registration begins online at 8 a.m. for GUESTS.

Lifeguard Training cont., pg. 15

Lifeguard Training cont., pg. 15

Lifeguard Training cont., pg. 15

Family Movie Night, pg. 10 Trivia Night, pg. 10

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Swim Lesson registration begins online at 8 a.m. for GUESTS.

Wii Night, pg. 10

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Recreation Pool at Trout Creek Rec Center OPEN for the season.

Memorial Weekend Season Kick-off, pg. 23 Family Movie Night, pg. 10 Trivia Night, pg. 10

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Wii Night, pg. 10

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Recreation Registration begins online at 8 a.m. for MEMBERS. (includes Bocce league)

Equestrian Center, see pgs. 6 - 7 for more info Golf Course & Driving Range, see pgs. 8 - 9 for more info Recreation Programs, see pgs. 10 - 12 for more info Swim Lessons and Programs, see pgs. 13 - 17 for more info Beach Club Marina, see pgs. 18 - 19 for more info Day Camps, see pgs. 20 - 21 for more info Trivia Night, pg. 10

Tennis Center, see pgs. 22 - 24 for more info

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CALENDAR KEY: Each color identifies the amenity or program that each event is associated with.

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4th Annual Truckee Day Neighborhood Clean-up Visit truckeeday.org for more information

Equestrian Center, see pgs. 6 - 7 for more info Golf Course & Driving Range, see pgs. 8 - 9 for more info

Wii Night, pg. 10

Recreation Programs, see pgs. 10 - 12 for more info Swim Lessons and Programs, see pgs. 13 - 17 for more info

Tahoe Donner Fourth Annual NTRP Tournament, pg. 24

Beach Club Marina, see pgs. 18 - 19 for more info

Kid’s Night Out, pg. 11

Day Camps, see pgs. 20 - 21 for more info

Family Movie Night, pg. 10

Tennis Center, see pgs. 22 - 24 for more info Trivia Night, pg. 10

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CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer Review Course, pg. 15 Lifeguard Review Course (includes CPR/AED), pg. 15

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Recreation Registration begins online at 8 a.m. for GUESTS and PUBLIC. (includes Bocce league)

Water Safety Instructor Course, pg. 15

Water Safety Instructor Course cont., pg. 15

Water Safety Instructor Course cont., pg. 15 Family Movie Night, pg. 10

Trivia Night, pg. 10

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Water Safety Instructor Course cont., pg. 15

Wii Night, pg. 10

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Recreation Hut and Bikeworks OPEN for the season.

Northwoods Pool OPEN for the season.

Archery, pg. 11

Archery, pg. 11

Archery, pg. 11

Parent Swim Lesson Orientation, pg. 14

Water Safety Instructor Course cont., pg. 15

Water Safety Instructor Course cont., pg. 15 Third Annual Summer Junior Challenger, pg. 24 Family Movie Night, pg. 10

Trivia Night, pg. 10

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Historical Kayak Tours, pg. 19 Daypack Hike, pg. 12

Outdoor Movie Night: The Late Show, pg. 10

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Wii Night, pg. 10

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Alder Creek Campground OPEN for the season. (conditions permitting)

Equestrian Center OPEN for the season. (conditions permitting)

Archery, pg. 11

Archery, pg. 11

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Geo-caching Clinic, pg. 11 Water Kids Club, pg. 19 Equestrian Center Meet and Greet, pg. 6

Burgers, Bratwurst and Tennis Bash, pg. 23

Family Movie Night, pg. 10 Wii Night, pg. 10

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Trivia Night, pg. 10

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Historical Kayak Tours, pg. 19

28 Windsurfing Clinic, pg. 19

Outdoor Movie Night: The Late Show, pg. 10

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Daypack Hike, pg. 12

30 Archery, pg. 11 Family Raft Trip pg. 12

Day Camps: Session 1, pg. 20 – 21 Group Swim Lessons: Session 1, pg. 14

Water Kids Club, pg. 19

Waterpalooza, pg. 11

Swim Camp, pg. 13 Adult Swim Lessons (Beginner): Session 1, pg. 15

Margarita Madness, pg. 23 Aqua Challenge, pg. 17

Bocce “A” League, pg. 12 Bingo!, pg. 10

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Bocce “B” League, pg. 12

Family Movie Night, pg. 10 Trivia Night, pg. 10

Outdoor Movie Night: The Late Show, pg. 10

Saturday Night BBQ, pg. 7

Treasure Hunt, pg. 19


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Fourth of July Parade, pg. 11

Group Swim Lessons: Session 1 cont., pg. 14

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Archery, pg. 11

Archery, pg. 11

Family Raft Trip pg. 12

Brunch & Hike, pg. 12

Day Camps: Session 2, pg. 20 – 21 Group Swim Lessons: Session 1 cont., pg. 14

Daypack Hike, pg. 12

Water Kids Club, pg. 19

Historical Kayak Tours, pg. 19

Kid’s Night Out, pg. 11 Junior Sailing Program, pg. 19

Bocce “A” League, pg. 12 Bingo!, pg. 10

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Bocce “B” League, pg. 12

Wii Night, pg. 10

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Trivia Night, pg. 10

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Historical Kayak Tours, pg. 19

Aqua Challenge, pg. 17

Saturday Night BBQ, pg. 7

Family Movie Night, pg. 10

Summer Concert, pg. 10

Outdoor Movie Night: The Late Show, pg. 10

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Daypack Hike, pg. 12

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Archery, pg. 11

Archery, pg. 11

Family Raft Trip pg. 12

Brunch & Hike, pg. 12

Day Camps: Session 3, pg. 20 – 21 Group Swim Lessons: Session 2, pg. 14

Water Kids Club, pg. 19

Demo Day, pg. 19

Junior Lifeguard Training, pg. 15 Adult Swim Lessons (Beginner): Session 2, pg. 15

Burgers, Bratwurst and Tennis Bash, pg. 23

Junior Sailing Program, pg. 19 Aqua Challenge, pg. 17 Bocce “A” League, pg. 12

Bocce “B” League, pg. 12

Juinor Golf School, pg. 9 Bingo!, pg. 10

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Wii Night, pg. 10

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Trivia Night, pg. 10

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Historical Kayak Tours, pg. 19

Family Overnight Camp Out, pg. 11

Family Movie Night, pg. 10

19 Windsurfing Clinic, pg. 19

Daypack Hike, pg. 12

Outdoor Movie Night: The Late Show, pg. 10

20 Archery, pg. 11 Geo-caching Clinic, pg. 11

Group Swim Lessons: Session 2 cont., pg. 14

Water Kids Club, pg. 19

Day Camps: Session 4, pg. 20 – 21 Adult Swim Lessons (Intermediate): Session 3, pg. 15

Aqua Challenge, pg. 17 Junior Sailing Program, pg. 19

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Bluegrass legend Sam Bush live at our special summer Concert on the Green! Visit tahoedonner.com for details and tickets.

Archery, pg. 11 Brunch & Hike, pg. 12

Archery, pg. 11 Family Raft Trip pg. 12

Exhibition Tournament, pg. 23 Bocce “A” League, pg. 12

Bocce “B” League, pg. 12

Family Movie Night, pg. 10

Juinor Golf School, pg. 9 Bingo!,, pg. 10

23

Wii Night, pg. 10

24

Trivia Night, pg. 10

25

Historical Kayak Tours, pg. 19 Daypack Hike, pg. 12

26 Crawdad Fishing Contest, pg. 19

Outdoor Movie Night: The Late Show, pg. 10

27 Archery, pg. 11

Day Camps: Session 5, pg. 20 – 21 Group Swim Lessons: Session 3, pg. 14

Water Kids Club, pg. 19

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Euer Valley Member BBQ Visit tahoedonner.com for details and tickets, pg. 11

Archery, pg. 11

Archery, pg. 11

Stand-up Paddle Board Race, pg. 19

Family Raft Trip pg. 12

Brunch & Hike, pg. 12

Adult Swim Lessons (Intermediate): Session 4, pg. 15 Junior Sailing Program, pg. 19 Aqua Challenge, pg. 17 Bocce “A” League, pg. 12

Bocce “B” League, pg. 12

Juinor Golf School, pg. 9 Bingo!, pg. 10

Wii Night, pg. 10

Dive in Movie, pg. 16

Family Movie Night, pg. 10 Trivia Night, pg. 10

Outdoor Movie Night: The Late Show, pg. 10

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TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

July 30

July 31

1

2

3

4

5

Daypack Hike, pg. 12

Archery, pg. 11 Swim Lessson Potluck, pg. 14

Archery, pg. 11

Archery, pg. 11

Family Raft Trip, pg. 12

Brunch & Hike, pg. 12

Day Camps: Session 6, pg. 18 – 19 Group Swim Lessons: Session 3 cont., pg. 14

Water Kids Club, pg. 19

Historical Kayak Tours, pg. 19

Hawaiian Weekend, pg. 19

Aqua Challenge, pg. 17 Junior Sailing Program, pg. 19

Bocce “A” League, pg. 12

Bocce “B” League, pg. 12

Kid’s Night Out, pg. 11

Saturday Night BBQ, pg. 7

Family Movie Night, pg. 10 Juinor Golf School, pg. 9 Bingo!, pg. 10

6

Wii Night, pg. 10

7

Trivia Night, pg. 10

8

9 Windsurfing Clinic, pg. 19

Outdoor Movie Night: The Late Show, pg. 10

10 Archery, pg. 11

11

12

Archery, pg. 11

Archery, pg. 11

Family Raft Trip, Trip pg. pg.1112

Brunch & Hike, pg. 12

Day Camps: Session 7, pg. 18 – 19 Group Swim Lessons: Session 4, pg. 14

Water Kids Club, pg. 19 Daypack Hike, pg. 12

Historical Kayak Tours, pg. 19

Burgers, Bratwurst and Tennis Bash, pg. 23

Junior Sailing Program, pg. 19 Aqua Challenge, pg. 17 Bocce “A” League, pg. 12 Bingo!, pg. 10

13

Bocce “B” League, pg. 12

Wii Night, pg. 10

14

Trivia Night, pg. 10

15

Dive in Movie, pg. 16

Family Movie Night, pg. 10

16

Historical Kayak Tours, pg. 19

Outdoor Movie Night: The Late Show, pg. 10

17 Archery, pg. 11

Daypack Hike, pg. 12

Summer Concert, pg. 10

18

19

Archery, pg. 11

Archery, pg. 11

Family Raft Trip, pg. 12

Brunch & Hike, pg. 12

Cardboard Regatta, pg. 19

Scavenger Hunt, pg. 19

Day Camps: Session 8, pg. 18 – 19 Group Swim Lessons: Session 4 cont., pg. 14

Water Kids Club, pg. 19 Geo-caching Clinic, pg. 11 Junior Sailing Program, pg. 19 Aqua Challenge, pg. 17

Bocce “A” League, pg. 12 Bingo!, pg. 10

20

Bocce “B” League, pg. 12

Wii Night, pg. 10

21

Trivia Night, pg. 10

22

Saturday Night BBQ, pg. 7

Family Movie Night, pg. 10

23

Outdoor Movie Night: The Late Show, pg. 10

24 Archery, pg. 11

Daypack Hike, pg. 12

25

26

Archery, pg. 11

Archery, pg. 11

Family Raft Trip, Trip pg. pg.1112

Brunch & Hike, pg. 12

Pam Krone Memorial NTRP Tournament, pg. 24

Bocce “A” League, pg. 12 Bingo!, pg. 10

27

Bocce “B” League, pg. 12

Wii Night, pg. 10

28

Family Movie Night, pg. 10 Trivia Night, pg. 10

29

30

Outdoor Movie Night: The Late Show, pg. 10

31 Archery, pg. 11

Daypack Hike, pg. 12

CALENDAR KEY: Each color identifies the amenity or program that each event is associated with.

Equestrian Center, see pgs. 6 - 7 for more info Golf Course & Driving Range, see pgs. 8 - 9 for more info Recreation Programs, see pgs. 10 - 12 for more info Swim Lessons and Programs, see pgs. 13 - 17 for more info Bocce “A” League, pg. 12 Bingo!, pg. 10

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Bocce “B” League, pg. 12 Trivia Night, pg. 10

Family Movie Night, pg. 10

Beach Club Marina, see pgs. 18 - 19 for more info

Outdoor Movie Night: The Late Show, pg. 10

Day Camps, see pgs. 20 - 21 for more info Tennis Center, see pgs. 22 - 24 for more info


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TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

1

2

Archery, pg. 11

Archery, pg. 11

Family Raft Trip pg. 12

Brunch & Hike, pg. 12

Saturday Night BBQ, pg. 7

3 Labor Day | HOLIDAY! Equestrian Center, Bikeworks, Northwoods Pool and Rec Hut CLOSE for the season. Bingo!, pg. 10 9

10

4

5

6

Beach Club Marina hours change to 8 a.m. – 7 p.m., daily

7

8

9 Alder Creek Campground CLOSE for the season.

Kid’s Night Out, pg. 11 Family Movie Night, pg. 10

Wii Night, pg. 10

11

Trivia Night, pg. 10

12

13

Outdoor Movie Night: The Late Show, pg. 10

14

15

16

Fourth Annual Junior Open, pg. 24 Trivia Night, pg. 10

17

18

19

20 Trivia Night, pg. 10

24

25

26

27

Family Movie Night, pg. 10

21

Wii Night, pg. 10

22

Family Movie Night, pg. 10

28

23 Wii Night, pg. 10

29

30 Recreation Pool at Trout Creek Rec Center CLOSES for the season.

Second Annual Tahoe Donner Senior Tournament, pg. 24 Trivia Night, pg. 10

Family Movie Night, pg. 10

Wii Night, pg. 10

October MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Trivia Night, pg. 10

8

9

10

11

Kid’s Night Out, pg. 11

Beach Club Marina CLOSES for the season.

Family Movie Night, pg. 10

Wii Night, pg. 10

12

13

14 Tennis Center CLOSES for the season.

Trivia Night, pg. 10

15

16

17

18

Family Movie Night, pg. 10

19

Fall Festival, pg. 11

20

Wii Night, pg. 10

21 Golf Course and Driving Range CLOSE for the season.

Trivia Night, pg. 10

22

23

24

25

Family Movie Night, pg. 10

26 Haunted House

29

30

Wii Night, pg. 10

27

28 Wii Night, pg. 10

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4

GOLF COURSE THE LODGE RESTAURANT & PUB

ALDER CREEK CAMPGROUND

5 ALDER CREEK RD

EQUESTRIAN CENTER BIKEWORKS

3

ALDER CREEK RD

*Euer Valley trail access and parking FJORD

DRIVING RANGE TROUT CREEK REC CENTER

2

SNOW PEAK WAY

6

TO HWY 89

1

TENNIS NORTHWOODS CLUB HOUSE NORTHWOODS POOL RECREATION HUT PIZZA ON THE HILL

NORTHWOODS BLVD. (LOOP)

DAY CAMPS AT THE DOWNHILL SKI AREA N

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BEACH CLUB MARINA

S INTERSTATE 80

DONNER PASS ROAD

TO TRUCKEE

OLD HIGHWAY 40

DONNER LAKE

Amenity Locations

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Northwoods Clubhouse

Bocce ball courts, archery, pool/water slide, playground 11509 Northwoods Blvd. p (530) 587-9400 e info@tahoedonner.com

(MIXED)

(MIXED)

Pizza on the Hill

(PUBLIC)

11509 Northwoods Blvd. p (530) 587-9400

Trout Creek Recreation Center

(PRIVATE)

5

12790 Northwoods Blvd. p (530) 587-9437 e troutcreek@tahoedonner.com

Recreation Hut

11509 Northwoods Blvd. p (530) 582-9646 e recreation@tahoedonner.com

2

Driving Range

(PUBLIC)

The Lodge Restaurant & Pub

(PUBLIC)

12790 Northwoods Blvd. p (530) 587-9443

3

12850 Northwoods Blvd. p (530) 587-9455

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Alder Creek Campground (PUBLIC) 13813 Alder Creek Road p (530) 587-9462 e campground@tahoedonner.com

Equestrian Center

(PUBLIC)

Bikeworks

(PUBLIC)

15275 Alder Creek Road p (530) 587-9484 e equestrian@tahoedonner.com 15275 Alder Creek Road p (530) 587-9484 e bikeworks@tahoedonner.com

6

Day Camps at Downhill Ski Area

(PRIVATE)

Beach Club Marina

(PRIVATE)

11603 Snowpeak Way p (530) 587-9444 e downhill@tahoedonner.com

Tahoe Donner Golf Course (PUBLIC) 12850 Northwoods Blvd. p (530) 587-9440 e golf@tahoedonner.com

*Euer Valley trail access and parking

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12915 Donner Pass Road p (530) 587-9460 e tahoedonner.com


TAHOE DONNER ASSOCIATION 11509 NORTHWOODS BLVD. TRUCKEE, CA 96161

PRSRT STD U.S. POSTAGE PAID Reno, NV Permit No. 379


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