oin us for the 10th Anniversary Celebration of the International Women Fly Fishers
October 6, 2005- October 9, 2005.
The Village at Squaw Valley, California will be the setting for the festivities in October 2005. We are excited to be celebrating this milestone anniversary and hope you will be in attendance. The setting is in beautiful Squaw Valley the host of the 1960 Winter Olympics.
October in the Lake Tahoe area is a beautiful time of year to meet up with old friends and make new acquaintances, get in some rainbow or brown trout fishing, see world famous Lake Tahoe and nestle down in the shadow of rugged mountains. This area is rich in ambience and history and there is something available to please everyone.
Accommodations at the Village at Squaw Valley are quite novel. There are one ($109 per night, per unit, sleeps 3-4), two ($169 per night, per unit, sleeps 5-6) and three ($269 per night per unit, sleeps 7-8) bedroom condos. Each unit has a full kitchen; sleeper sofa and some have fireplaces. Because of the size of the condos doubling or tripling up makes for a fairly inexpensive visit. Marla Blair will assist in roommate coordination.
Virtually right out your door are a variety of shops, restaurants, a market and other amenities that help make this self contained area a good spot for the festival. Reno International Airport is about an hour easy drive from the Village and a shuttle can be arranged for a minimal cost.
The Lake Tahoe area is rich in fishing experience opportunities and many popular and qualified guides are “locals’ and will bring much knowledge and enrichment to the Festival. The leaves may be just turning and the Kokonee may be starting their run up Taylor Creek. The weather should be conducive to outdoor forays into come of the country’s most beautiful scenery.