Thursday, August 8, 2013

Homewood Days Festival is almost here!

This August 16 & 17, bring the family and bike on over to Homewood with friends to celebrate Homewood Days! Featuring free live music on our outdoor stage, kid's activities and presentations by local environmental and historical experts, there is something for everyone! And hey, it's free!

Schedule of events

Friday, August 16: Kick-off the weekend with the local west shore sounds of Wild Mountain Honey, who take the outdoor stage from 5-8pm. Bring the kids, spread your blanket on the lawn and enjoy the music. Play cornhole with your friends and grab drinks and food from the Grill at Homewood.

Saturday, August 17: Make a day of it in Homewood and take part in one, or all, of the many activities scheduled.

9am: Free yoga class on the lawn of the West Shore Cafe
10am: Group paddleboard demo on Lake Tahoe
10am-4pm: Tahoe Keeper's informational table open with real examples of invasive species
11am: Lake Tahoe Bear League presentation and Porcupine Play
10am-8pm: Professional face painting and body art for all ages.
11am-3pm: Kid's giant inflatable obstacle course is open
12pm: Cornhole bag toss tournament. Double elimination...winner takes all!
12pm: Food and drink specials at the Grill
1pm: Famed Tahoe historian Mark McLaughlin presentation
4-6pm: Ballon twisting and glitter tattoos for all ages
4pm: Free SUNSET CONCERT opener Lonesome Locomotive takes the stage
6-9pm: Free SUNSET CONCERT headliner New Monsoon will rock Homewood at the outdoor stage

View all details and schedules online.

Headliner New Monsoon will rock Homewood

San Francisco rock quintet New Monsoon is the collaborative vehicle for the vocal and instrumental prowess of founding members Bo Carper (acoustic guitar and banjo), Jeff Miller (electric guitar) and Phil Ferlino (keys). Now well into its second decade of national touring, the band also features the muscular rhythm section of Marshall Harrell (electric bass) and Michael Pinkham (drums).

New Monsoon’s exhilarating blend of acoustic and electric instrumentation shines in an irresistible blend of sophisticated song craft, inventive musical exploration and down home rock-n-roll.

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