Read books, get burgers
March 1, 2012
The Douglas County Library has once again teamed with In-N-Out Burger for their annual “Cover to Cover” reading program. Starting Saturday, children ages 4-12 are encouraged to register at the library and earn food certificates simply by reading books.
For every five books read at their grade level, children will earn an Achievement Award redeemable for either a hamburger or cheeseburger at In-N-Out. Each reader can earn up to three awards. Children too young to read on their own may have a parent read to them.
The program runs through April 12. The Douglas County Library has two locations: 1625 Library Lane in Minden and 233 Warrior Way in Zephyr Cove. For more information, log onto http://www.douglas.lib.nv.us or call 782-9841.
Sapphire Wizard Fired Arts moving to new location
Sapphire Wizard Fired Arts is closed during their relocation to 1452 Highway 395, Suite B in Gardnerville. The new store is right across the street from their current location and directly behind Van Rensselaer Jewelers.
The paint-your-own-pottery studio opens again on Tuesday, with hours from 4-8 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Wednesdays. Other times are available by appointment. Jewelry classes are featured on Tuesday nights. Upcoming classes with artist Camille Howard include Zebra on a Vase (March 20) and an all-day airbrush class on April 22 (participants will complete three pieces).
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For more information or to register for an appointment or class, please call (775) 292-0291. You can also check out their website at http://www.sapphirewizard.com.
Carson Valley Golf Course hosts St. Patrick’s Day tourney
The folks at Carson Valley Golf Course invite everyone to their 10th annual St. Patrick’s Day tournament on March 17.
The fun begins with a shotgun start at 10 a.m. The event includes golf, a continental breakfast, lunch, $10 prize fund, and a green ball, all for just $40. Season Pass holders pay the usual fee plus $20.
Teams of four can be your own design, or the course can assemble one for you. Three players play scramble for stableford points, and an alternating fourth player plays the green ball for additional points. There’s a pot o’ gold (or, at least a pot o’ green) for winners at the end.
Carson Valley Golf Course is located at 1027 Riverview Drive in the Gardnerville Ranchos. For more information or to sign up, log on to http://www.carsonvalleygolf.com or call the clubhouse at 265-3181.
Amy Roby can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org