Hey budding filmmakers!
South Lake Tahoe’s first student film festival featuring short films, animation and photography will be held February 7, 2009 at the LT Community College.
You’ll only find them at Heavenly.
You feel like you’re on top of the world.
One side is Lake Tahoe.
The other Carson Valley.
Grab your friends for a tour, or better yet, a full moon tour @ 9,000 feet.
In appreciation of local residents, all North Lake Tahoe, Incline Village, and Truckee residents are eligible for a $25 Lift Ticket commencing at 12 p.m. every Sunday, excluding blackout dates, and is limited to one ticket per person, per day.
Yes, boys will be girls on this day of bad taste composed of tactless dresses worn by furry legged men sporting the cheapest hairdos money can’t buy.
Along with Kit and Rob DesLauriers, he was part of the first Americans to ski Mount Everest.
Photographer and mountaineer Jimmy Chin will share his adventure “Skiing Everest” on February 12th as part of the Alpenglow Film Series.
A few months ago, John Mauriello tried to make pizza.
This is important for a couple of reasons.
San Francisco-based artist Gregory Roberts will be exhibiting a collection of his work, entitled “Suck on This,” at the Tahoe Gallery at Sierra Nevada College through February 20.
January 22, 2009
Dear Becky, Melissa, and all those who worked on the Tahoe Lost and Found Project:
Get a tattoo and raise money for the Boys & Girls Club of South Lake Tahoe.
Saturday, February 28, at The Electric Pencil.
South Shore artist, Shelley Hocknell Zentner, is looking for female models for her wide screen portraits.
Sara Zimmerman’s art for 2009 reflects change.
South Shore has started to evolve into the Green World, with its first custom-built green hotel.
He’s a technical consultant for mountain films, rock climber, and an ambassador for Patagonia. Imagine what stories he has to tell.
Join Bean Bowers on January 22nd at Sawtooth Ridge for an adventure film show. It’s free too!
Enjoy a snowshoe trek through the summit tunnels and learn about the trials of constructing the transcontinental railroad over Donner Summit in the 1860s.
Donner Memorial State Park is offering a 2-mile Railroad History Snowshoe Hike at 9 am.
Now for something completely decadent.
For your feet!
It’s a snow carnival just for kids. Kind of their own SnowFest!
January 24 at Tahoe Donner.
Stress and anxiety affect us all, but a truly calm mind can weather any storm.
Learn how with Hillary and Stew on Wednesday nights in January as they delve into “Strength in the Storm” by Eknath Easwaran, author of “Gandhi the Man”.
To provide skiers and riders with even more local flavor, Sierra-at-Tahoe will feature local art and live performances in the Sierra Pub this winter.
It’s called Sierra Mountain Arts & Culture, and you’re invited.