Celebrate Tahoe arts and mountain culture with local arts, local products, food, and music at the Made in Tahoe Festival at Squaw.
The two-day festival takes place on Saturday-Sunday, May 23 and 24, 2015, and includes local artisans, businesses, organizations and a community stage with live performances by artists, storytellers, writers or presentations. Read more
He set the high water mark for fascinating tales about mountain culture. Mark Twain liked to say, “Good friends, good books. This is the ideal life.”
Famed Mark Twain impressionist McAvoy Layne will bring the Tahoe Tales of the legendary writer and humorist to Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel in South Lake Tahoe on May 23, 2015 starting at 6:30 pm.
A Tahoe Talks Brown Bag Lunch offers a monthly forum for people to discuss and learn more about ways to strengthen communities, make towns safer for bicyclists and pedestrians, and help protect Lake Tahoe’s amazing natural resources.
Gary Bell, owner of Sierra Ski and Cycle Works in South Lake Tahoe since 1980, thinks making our town more bike friendly is a grand idea. He’ll be discussing The Bike’s Impact on Tahoe’s Economy on May 20th from Noon to 1:30 at LTCC.
Just when you thought they couldn’t get any more creative, Riverside Studios has opened The Branch in downtown Truckee to showcase large scale art.
Featuring locally made furniture, sculpture, 2-dimensional paintings and photography, the gallery will give artists the space deserved for their larger pieces to stand alone.
Stop by and meet the colorful group of artists at The Branch, located at 10060 Donner Pass Road, in Truckee – of course.
The Sugar Pine Foundation is partnering with Tahoe Donner Forestry to conduct a tree planting as a part of the Sustainable Forestry Initiative attempt to set a world record from 9-11:30am on May 20 at Tahoe Donner in the old Donner Ridge Fire scar.
Together with 40 groups across North America we will plant an estimated 200,000 trees in one hour! Tahoe Sugar Pine Foundation will be planting 200+ western white pines at Tahoe Donner.
What are homeowners in the Tahoe Keys doing to fight aquatic invasive species (AIS)? How successful was the pilot research project to reduce the Asian clam population in Emerald Bay, and what does it mean for future control projects? What does the latest research say about whether quagga mussels could survive in Lake Tahoe?
Experts will discuss these issues and more at the fifth annual Aquatic Invasive Species Public Forum, Thursday, May 21, at the Lake Tahoe Golf Course, 2500 Emerald Bay Road in South Lake Tahoe. The forum is from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and offers a chance for the public to learn about AIS prevention and control programs at Lake Tahoe.