Whether you’re craving a macaroon or baguette, the Sugar Pine Bakery bakes it fresh daily. It’s the sweet spot in South Shore.
Foccacia, ciabatta, fougasse and baguettes. Almond pear tarts, bread pudding, big flaky cinnamon rolls, sticky buns, chocolate chip cookies, and red velvet cupcakes, the Sugar Pine Bakery in South Lake Tahoe is simply irresistible.
Are you looking for something special, a one of a kind gift? Look no further than the North Tahoe Arts Center in Tahoe City during Holly Arts, a Winter Celebration November 4, 2014 through January 5, 2015.
North Tahoe Arts offers an ARTisan Shop and two galleries filled with wonderful fine art and handcrafted work perfect for your holiday gift giving.
The annual Holiday Open House event for North Tahoe Arts will take place Saturday, December 13, 2014 from Noon-4pm. Everyone is welcome to attend and shop. Refreshments will be served. Read more
Her subjects like to strut their stuff. Don’t miss this delightful international parade of bold roosters captured with magnificent light and detail, made in Tahoe of all places, at the South Lake Tahoe Library.
Roosters: A One Woman Show of Watercolor Paintings by local watercolorist Nancy Abicht will be on display at the library November through December.
OK. It’s not a huge distance, but it’s a lot of fun for the entire family.
And, you can win a turkey and pumpkin pie at the South Tahoe Turkey Trot taking place Saturday, November 22, 2014.
The Book-In-Hand Roadshow chose Tahoe’s Bona Fide Books for its memoir writing event, “Holiday Memories: Learn How to Create a Family Memoir this Thanksgiving,” on Sunday, Nov. 23, from 6:30 to 9PM.
Whether your children have asked you to recapture treasured moments, stories, and traditions, or simply to record valuable family information, many seniors are now sitting down to write about their lives.
Loads of laughs are in store as the Theatre Arts Department at Lake Tahoe Community College presents the madcap comedy Leading Ladies November 14 through November 23 in the Duke Theatre. Written by Ken Ludwig, the master of contemporary farce, this hilarious romp is a wacky mixture of Some Like It Hot meets Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, with a little Monty Python thrown in for good measure. Read more