Well known as a breeding ground for elite athletes and year-round adventurers, Lake Tahoe is the stage for the Tahoe Adventure Film Festival to be held December 14, 2013 in South Shore at MontBleu. The pre-party starts at 6:30pm.
Designed to capture the intensity and passion of adventure, the Tahoe Adventure Film Festival showcases clips from the best action sports films of the year, along with theatrical stunts and jaw-dropping imagery by Aurora photos and lots of prizes and tributes to our mountain culture.
The Mountain Gypsy, Ann Thennes, will hold a one-day “Aligning with the Winter Solstice” Dance Retreat on December 14, 2013 from 10am to 4pm working with the mystery and magic of conscious dance, dancing with and honoring the returning of the light.
The retreat will be a day of dance journeys, movement, and meditation to dance and align ourselves with and honor the energies of winter, grounding ourselves for the holidays, dancing the original meaning of this time of season. It’s a day of celebrating the ancient ritual of the Winter Solstice. Read more
Under the masterful direction of James Rawie, The Orchestra and Community Choral Artists of the Tahoe Area, aka TOCCATA, will perform Handel’s Messiah throughout the Lake Tahoe region December 6-18, 2013.
North Tahoe Arts welcomes winter with its annual Holly Arts exhibit featuring original, winter themed art made by local artists through December 30, 2013.
A tradition, this exhibit is the place to find your commemorative 2013 Tahoe-made holiday art piece or locally made gifts.
The Annual Open House Event for the ARTisan Shop will take place Saturday, December 14, 2013 from Noon-4pm. It’s free and refreshments will be served.
The South Lake Tahoe Christmas Bird Count on Saturday, December 14th, from 8am until sundown, is a chance to do some birding in the winter, socialize with other birders and contribute to the largest, longest running citizen science program in the world.
Novices to experts are all welcome for this fun winter event that focuses the 7.5 mile radius count circle on the Upper Truckee River mouth.