Mountain biking at lake level is perfect right now.
If you are Catholic (or recovering), you have to see this show.
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She calls them “Our Many Faces of Self”.
Pen and Ink drawings with Sumi Brushes by Jennifer McLevis of South Shore.
Baby clothes that are both functional and fun.
Whether you’re looking for baby clothes for that special little rocker or princess, look no further.
Join mountain guide and filmmaker, Dean Cummings for a presentation on back country safety and avalanche awareness at Granite Chief.
Felix Brosch, owner of Gaia Licious in South Shore, shares the gifts he received during meditation in an old growth forest in Tahoe.
The Tree Shaman illustration was created by Kristen Schwartz.
Amy Barber (1910-2000) came from a long line of Washoe basket weavers.
Along with master basket weaver Dat-So-La-Lee, Amy Barber helped to preserve the tradition and culture of the Washoe in their beautiful baskets.
A self admitted “glassaholic”, Lynn McGeever is passionate about glass.
So much so that she has explored many facets used in the creation of art glass including glassblowing and making the intricate inclusions found in many of her pieces.
Lynn’s current work includes “mosaic inspired” fused glass.
The art of exercise has a new place to thrive as Truckee studio owners Paula Smith and Sarah Bailey combine forces to create Full Circle Movement: a Pilates, GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® (movement yoga) studio.
As part of their required classes and the college mission, every student at Sierra Nevada College must take this course: Creativity, Innovation and Sustainability.
The current students enrolled in this class have come up with a brilliant idea:
Supply reusable bags to the IV community.
South Shore artist, Shelley Hocknell Zentner, will be teaching a new art class at Lake Tahoe Community College starting in January 2009, called “Discovering and Developing Creative Imagination II”.
“Tahoe Tales of Bygone Days and Memorable Pioneers,” by Don Lane, USFS recreation supervisor at the LTBMU, is a compilation of Lane’s long running radio broadcasts which aired in the South Shore starting in the mid-1980s.
Having a garden inside is tough, right? And, what about a living Xmas tree? Forget it.
Not if you listen to these local experts who have been sharing mountain horticultural expertise with Truckee gardeners for 33 years.
The beauty of recycling is artistically captured in her unique creations.
“Recycle, Re-create, Re-energize” is the theme of this highly acclaimed local artist who is fascinated with the after life of recycled products.
You Can’t Take It with You is a Pulitzer Prize-winning comedic play by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. The original production of the play opened at the Booth Theater in New York City on December 14, 1936.
This November it’s being performed by the Lake Tahoe Community College drama department with rave reviews.
“Evidence of Water”, a series of photographs by Southern California photographer, Catherine Roberts Leach, will be featured at the LTCC Foyer Gallery through December 6, 2008.
The subject matter are the images people see in reflected water.