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The Divided Sky, our favorite apres shred spot in South Lake Tahoe is hosting a Benefit Party to help raise funds for the Sierra Avalanche Center. Come out to enjoy food, drinks, and live music while helping to support the folks that work hard to keep us safe in the backcountry.

SAC Benefit Party at the Divided Sky

Come out to the Sierra Avalanche Center benefit party at The Divided Sky in Meyers, CA on December 9th. The party starts at 8pm and goes till closing. The $10 cover benefits the Sierra Avalanche Center and help keep their services available to winter backcountry enthusiasts. Door prizes donated from Backcountry Access and live music by Deep Fried Mojo. See you there!

Event Date: 12/09/2011
Price: $10

The Sierra Avalanche Center provides an invaluable resource to winter backcountry enthusiasts by providing snowpack information, education, and avalanche advisories. Whether you’re a local or planning a trip to Lake Tahoe, put SAC’s advisory number into your cell phone now and get in the habit of calling it BEFORE you head into the backcountry. Avalanche Hotline 530-587-3558

About the Sierra Avalanche Center

The Sierra Avalanche Center (SAC) is a partnership between the Tahoe National Forest and a not for profit Board of Directors. SAC provides backcountry avalanche advisories for the central Sierra Nevada and the necessary funding to employ and support two professional avalanche forecasters through a mix of donations and fundraising events. The Tahoe National Forest provides infrastructure support in the form of office space, office equipment, office services, vehicles, fuel, safety equipment, and daily supervision of the forecasters.

The mission of the Sierra Avalanche Center includes disseminating current snow pack stability information to the general public; providing educational information, knowledge, and understanding of avalanches to recreational users and groups; and facilitating communication in the region to reduce the impact of avalanches on recreation, industry, and transportation through a partnership with the United States Forest Service. ,

About the Divided Sky

The Divided Sky has been a favorite of ours for many years. Whether it’s for a beer and dinner after a day of splitting, a quick lunch, or a night of live music you’re surely to be pleased. The food is great and atmosphere is laid back. From eastbound US HWY 50, Meyers is the first little town you’ll come to as you drop down from Echo Summit.

From their site

It is difficult to put any one label on The Divided Sky. To some it is a bar, while to others it is a restaurant. Some even see it as more of a cafe. It is in fact a cohesive mix of all these things, in an upstairs living room like setting at the edge of the beautiful Tahoe Basin.

The Divided Sky opened its doors on February 14, 2002 with the primary focus of providing a gathering place for residents in the small town of Meyers. It has successfully come to embrace the greater South Lake Tahoe area, becoming an alternative to the busier casino corridor for live music, good food and drinks, and a comfortable, friendly vibe. In its essence, however, it remains a centerpiece of much of the Meyers community as well as a habit-forming hangout.

Check out their site for Menu, Events, and more.

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