It’s a day of eco-focused fun activities to educate skiers and riders about simple steps they can take to make a positive impact on our local environment.
Sierra’s Ski Green Day will also honor local elementary students who collected plastic bottle caps that will be recycled into new bottle caps by AvedaTM through its Caps Recycling Program.
Receive $5 off your lift ticket just for dressing up on these Saturdays at Homewood.
From his unique background as an Italian musician in love with both American roots music as well as the music of his native country, Beppe Gambetta has travelled the world and even crossed the “Iron Curtain” to dazzle and charm music enthusiasts everywhere.
Beppe will be performing live in South Lake Tahoe April 4 at the Lake Tahoe Community College.
The Undersea Voyager Project will be at Lake Tahoe this May to conduct research and to train for its 4-year circumnavigation of the world’s oceans.
Volunteers are needed to be deck hands, assist with dives, provide boats and transportation, and to help with onshore and offshore tasks for this exciting mission.
Be sure to pack your dancing shoes along with your ski and snowboard boots.
Homewood is staging FREE live musical performances, friendly for all ages, at the North Lodge outdoor patio through April 12.
The Annual Head Bangers’ Ball at Squaw in Honor of snowboard film legends, Mike and Dave Hatchett, takes place April 11.
The Lake of the Sky Garden Club has grant funds available for community-related garden projects.
Applications must be received by April 15.
Taxes – ugh!
$25 lift tickets at Northstar. Yes!
What a great way to support the SLT Women’s Center.
The 2009 Spring Cleaning Special is running now through May 2009.
It’s part of Earth Day 2009.
Donate a pair of gently used jeans and receive 30% off a new pair at PlumpJackSport between April 17-30, 2009.
Sierra Mountain Arts & Culture continues strong at Sierra-at-Tahoe with artwork by South Shore painter Peter Darvas and potter Barbara Wesson, beer and wine tastings and live music in the Sierra Pub.
The next featured party is the Telegrass Festival April 4 & 5 with live music, local art and libations.
Do you have an article, book or screenplay ready to be published and don’t know how to do it?
Here’s your chance to learn what to do, how to do it and drink wine!
As part of the South Shore Earth Day events, the Adrian Xavier Band will be performing a Tribute to the Earth on April 24th at the Lake Tahoe Community College.
Keep Earth Day going all weekend long in South Shore with a drum gathering on Sunday, April 26, with Unity at the Lake.
Scott Cassell, founder of the Undersea Voyager Project, and his 14-member team, will embark on a 6-week expedition in the waters of Lake Tahoe between April 27 and May 31.
Here’s your chance to meet Scott and learn more about this fascinating mission.
Oh, give me a home where the buffalo roam, and the deer and the antelope play.
Where seldom is heard a discouraging word, and the skies are not cloudy all day.
Ya’ll head out to LTCC for a live performance of western classics like Home on the Range and some cowboy poetry during “How the West was Sung” May 1 – 3. read more →
Cowboy Poet, Larry Maurice has spent the last twenty years as a Cowboy, horse wrangler and packer in the Eastern Sierra and the high deserts of Nevada.
You’re likely to find Larry leading a string of mules into the back country, on a horse drive in the Owens Valley of California, or working with Longhorn cattle in Virginia City, Nevada.
Californian artist, photographer, filmmaker Thomas Campbell wants to help preserve one of surfing’s longest running social happenings off the beach: surf movie tours.
Campbell’s new Super 16mm film, The Present-a colorful and artistic exploration of the beautiful environment surfers play in everyday-is set to air at the LTCC on March 30th at 6pm.
Learn more about mountaineering and hiking in Tahoe from local writers, naturalists, and the Tahoe Rim Trail every Monday evening in April.
It’s that time of year again for the Meeks Bay Ladies Auxiliary’s annual cookbook and bake sale to help raise money for the local fire department.
It’s becoming more affordable and easy to build green and live green.
We have some of the most innovative green building designers, builders, renovators and providers of sustainable and green living products.
Her work looks at inner and outer experiences, public and private, heart and mind, what we choose to share and unwittingly reveal.
Proceeds from the Wild Winter Wednesdays at River Ranch on March 18 will be dedicated to Breast Cancer Research and Awareness.
Join the Bodhi Tree Foundation, founded by Sarah and Mark Ferris, for an evening of photos and discussion about their work in improving maternal-child health in the forgotten region of Nepal on March 27.
The North Tahoe Public Utility District’s (NTPUD) Recreation and Parks Commission and other community members have kicked off a fundraising campaign through the Friends of the Park Fund to purchase and install new Children’s Playground equipment at the North Tahoe Regional Park.
North Shore artists have let their imagination run wild with this latest exhibit running through March at the North Tahoe Art Center in Tahoe City.