Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Douglas Democrats Monthly Meetings…

Thursdays, October 24th and November 21st from 6:30pm to 8:30pm at their headquarters 1758 US-395 N, Unit K, (Ironwood Center), Minden.  Presentation and discussion.  Gather and chat 6:30pm, meeting starts at 7:00pm sharp, www.douglasdems.org or (775)783-1903

Flying Pig Flea Market

Our next dates will be Saturdays, November 2nd and December 7th and 8am-3pm and Sundays, November 3rd and December 8th, 9am-3pm, Fuji Park Building, Carson City. Be a vendor. Come to browse, for information call (775)882-4717 or (775)315-0008

St. Gall Holiday Mini Holiday Sale

Featuring holiday items! November 9, 2019, 9am-3pm, 1343 Centerville Lane, Gardnerville, NV (775)782-2852.

No Strollers, Utility Carts, Shopping Carts, Wagons, Service Animals Only.

In the spirit of the season we will have a bin available for canned goods for our local Food Closet/Christmas cards available for sending message to troops.

Come Join us at Johnson Lane Baptist Church

Bible Believing, Gospel Preaching, Christ Loving Church, Sunday, 9:45am Sunday School, 11am Sunday Service, 5pm Evening Service, 1581 Johnson Lane, Minden (775)267-9590

Berean Bible Church, Christ Alone!

Introducing Pastor Luke Wartgow – Sunday Worship Service 9:30am; Children’s Sunday School provided. Women’s Bible Study –Friday’s 8am; Men’s Bible Study – Fridays 8am; CoEd Bible Study – Tuesdays 5pm.  1516 Hwy. 395, Gardnerville (in the HAAS Center) bereanbible.church or call (775)782-3931

Bingo- Tahoe/Douglas Elks

Come and Play! First and Third Fridays of each month, 1227 Kimmerling, Gardnerville Ranchos, Questions (775)267-1362

Dog and Cat Volunteers Wanted!

Are you looking for an opportunity to help homeless pets in your community? The Douglas County Animal shelter is always looking for new volunteers to help provide love, care and socialization to the 500+ animals that come through our doors each year.

Dog walking volunteers work one on one with the adoptable dogs, taking them outside for exercise, and giving them the love that they need.  The shelter can be a noisy and stressful place for animals, and we believe that the interaction with our volunteers is their best therapy.  The dog walking program gives the essential quality time with people who care about them.

Cat volunteers perform a similar task, by holding, petting and brushing the adoptable cats, allowing them to relax in the shelter environment, and enabling the cat to become more friendly and calm when approached by a potential adopter.

If you are 16 years of age or older, you may volunteer to work hands on with the animals at the shelter.  If you are younger than 16 years of age, you may accompany your parent or legal guardian, but you may not work hands on with the animals. For more information call the shelter at (775)782-9061

Douglas County Sheriff’s  Citizen Patrol

We are Douglas County’s newest non-profit/charitable organization.  Check us out at www.dcscitizenpatrol.com


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