It’s worth a 1,000 words.
And speaks volumes about our life in Tahoe and Truckee.
Once again Sara has captured the playfulness of life in her latest painting Jump! that has been selected as the TAMC Collectible Sticker #2 to be released in July.
So you’re interested in holding a Tahoe: Lost & Found event or fund raiser.
It’s easy to do.
It’s a race against time.
When he paints, he has to work fast. Like a chess player always thinking a few moves ahead.
That’s because his painting is dictated by the medium – hot beeswax.
One can’t very well run out into a burning forest brandishing a paintbrush. But we can help out with recovery.
Tahoe: Lost & Found is a community art show and art auction open to all Tahoe-Truckee artists.
Due date for submissions is July 28, 2008.
If you’re headed to An Evening at Echo on July 13, stop by Kristen Schwartz’ booth to pick up a postcard, poster and buttons for Tahoe: Lost & Found.
As a result of the Angora Fire, almost $2,000 worth of South Lake Tahoe Branch library materials were destroyed, many of which were newer books.
Send a card to a friend and help the library.
So you want to learn to sketch, or hone your skills.
Learn how to transcend photography with this fun and powerful art form at these outdoor summer workshops.
South Shore author, Todd Borg, just won the Ben Franklin Award for Best Mystery of the Year for Tahoe Silence.
Their theme for this summer’s camp is community.
“Nature’s Light”, a one-woman show by Tahoe photographer, Susan Hartzell, will be featured at the South Lake Tahoe library through July 15.
Locals Night at Valhalla features a duo piano concert with Justin Patrouch and Matthew Ault. Both performers are life long residents of South Lake Tahoe.
Thank you for helping to replace the South Lake Tahoe library books destroyed in the homes lost in the fire last year.
To make a money donation, please make check payable to: Friends of the Library
The perfect pairing.
Brian calls it Local’s Day, as we reconnect with each other one year after.
Local artists illustrate how the use of color and texture can open up a whole new awareness of the world around us.
“A Harmony of Color: Pastels by Heidi Reeves and Fabric Art by Karen Colbert” runs through July at North Tahoe Arts.
“I love strong colors. I tend to be attracted to subjects by seeing the color first and the subject second.”
It looks a little funny. Like hula dancing on a surfboard.
With Polynesian roots, the kings of Hawaii and early HI surfers would use the paddles from their outrigger canoes to catch waves.
Today, it’s the latest craze and it’s caught on in Tahoe.
Why? read more →
Local talent brings Charlie and the Peanuts gang to life in musical.
A fund raiser for keeping visual and performing arts in the North Tahoe/Truckee schools.
The work of Lake Tahoe fine artist Reds Regan is featured on a Lodi zinfandel which was recently released in June 2008.
“I saw them for the first time last year, and was struck by the rhythms of the schools of fish swimming in formation, their beautiful colours, and the opportunity to witness so poetically the end of one phase of a life cycle, and the beginning of another.”
Shelley Hocknell, South Shore artist.
After you’ve patched your bike tubes 5xs, don’t throw them away. read more →
She lives an animated life.
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The Valhalla Grand Hall goes unplugged June 24.
Ten Cent Lure will be performing its Funkin’ Swanky Tonk music in acoustic in a classic setting.
The sign of summer in Tahoe. Gardens.
Since we only have 5 months, we go crazy with our gardens. And why not? read more →
Learn about Tahoe: Lost & Found and how you can help.
Wednesday, June 18, at The Loft at the Blue Angel Café.
This party kicks off the summer-long series of events, promotions, local art and our own brand of Tahoe culture to raise money to replace the library books lost in the Angora fire and a burn-area landmark.
Thank you Firefighters and all Emergency Personnel.
Words cannot express the magnitude of our gratitude.
John Mauriello’s lost pizza recipe… the inspiration for an art show and a community-wide fundraising effort?
I had always wanted to create a piece that showed the joy of a mother watching over her child – in this case Lake Tahoe.
Here’s an idea.
What if this community had a center?
They’ve made a big splash with Volume II.
Edge by The Lake Tahoe Writing Club.
A collection of short stories, essays and poems by South Shore writers and a few out-of-towners who wanted in.
During the holiday season out there on Dead Man’s Curve stood the most beautiful Christmas Tree.
There were no homes on the lots surrounding it. It was like the fringe of the forest had been sprinkled with the Spirit of Christmas.
Vampire power. Phantom loads.
Sounds crazy, but it’s true.