To celebrate Easter, J.S.Bach’s Passion According to St. Matthew will be presented by TOCCATA – The Orchestra and Community Choral Artists of the Tahoe Area – April 12 – 18, 2014.
Here’s your chance to experience what many consider to be Bach’s greatest masterpiece, the Passion of Christ, by our own local musicians.
En plein air is French for “in the open air,” often used to describe the act of painting outdoors to capture the changing qualities of natural light.
The perfect canvas, Tahoe’s ever changing light that transforms the composition and the soul, calls new and seasoned artists to head out with Dave Russo from the Tahoe Art League on Sunday mornings from 9 am to noon to a variety of locations. Photographers and all media are welcome to these free outings. Read more
Giant steps towards smaller footprints. The 2014Tahoe Truckee Earth Day Festival is slated for Saturday, April 19, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at The Village at Squaw Valley.
This all ages, community-sponsored event gives participants an opportunity to learn about recycling/composting, alternative energy, sustainability, watershed and forest health, and reducing ecological footprints via a diverse array of agency representatives and earth-friendly vendors. Read more
Create art for books, cards or any medium at Bona Fide Books in Meyers. Books in this photo were made by Karen Cutter.
Bona Fide events feature community, peculiarities and a wholesome good time.
You may have seen them lately because they’re only here in the Spring.
Big white birds, flying in perfect formation high in the sky. Lake Tahoe is in the migratory path of pelicans headed for Pyramid Lake, Nevada.
These pelicans are quite large, often mistaken for geese. Look again.