Truckee’s Whitewater Down River Race and Scavenger Hunt to aid Kenya’s women and children will take place Sunday, October 4 on the Truckee River.
Back by popular demand, Angela Tongue, a Reconnective Healing Practitioner™, will be in Lake Tahoe October 7th through the 15th and will be available for healing sessions.
The Humane Society of Truckee-Tahoe has partnered with Corpus Christi Catholic Church in Tahoe City to bless local pets as part of a non-denominational remembrance of St. Francis of Assisi at 4 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 4 in the parking lot of the church.
St. Francis is known as the patron saint of animals, the environment and Italy, and it has become a custom to hold ceremonies honoring animals on October 4th.
When you’re truly following your passion, your life will unfold in ways you never imagined.
You’ll have more choices, and you’ll be happier “in the moment” — just because you’re doing what you love.
The Passion Test Workshop on September 16 will help you clarify your top 5 passions.
Wherever you’re going. That’s where. And you may win some prizes too.
Drop off and drop in.
Session by Teton Gravity Research (TGR) airs at Fifty-Fifty in Truckee on October 10.
Better yet, you get a free lift ticket to Northstar or Sierra-at-Tahoe with paid admission – that’s a $79 value – good until December 18, 2009. And, the movie only costs $10!
South Shore’s leading art groups are taking Tahoe’s art and culture to a higher level.
Live performances, cultural programs, visual art, photography, wine tastings, art galleries, and artist receptions will be held over nine days to celebrate South Shore’s burgeoning art scene.
The 1st Annual Arts Expo Week takes place Friday, October 9, through Saturday, October 17.
Tahoe Arts Project is kicking off their 23rd season with the physical theater group Galumpha on Friday, October 9, at MontBleu.
The amazing athletes of Galumpha will also be performing in our local schools October 5-9 as part of Tahoe Arts Project’s school performing arts programs.
North Tahoe ARTS will feature the water color paintings of Catherine Schaefer during the month of October.
Catherine is a third generation artist who has had a lifetime of successful painting. She depicts her impressions of her love for Lake Tahoe and surrounding landscapes, using deep brilliant watercolors.
When a little red truck pulls into town, 60 local kids take on an impossible challenge, to stage a full-scale musical in just 6 days. This week will change them forever.
The Little Red Truck will be performed on Sunday, October, 11 at 2pm at the Valhalla Boathouse Theatre.
Movies, photography, and comedian Gustavo Arrellano will be featured during the Hispanic Heritage celebration at the Lake Tahoe Community College, October 15-17, 2009.
Don’t miss the hysterical comedy of Gustavo on October 16th, as he breaks down stereotypes with laughter.
Their mission is simple. “We all have something to share with others…we challenge you to find that gift & use it.”
The Sphere of Influence Graffiti artists will have a free art exhibit at the TAL Showcase Gallery on October 13, 2009.
Classical pianist Alpin Hong will be performing at an afternoon fundraiser for Arts For the Schools on October 11 at the Resort at Squaw Creek.
“Desert Visions at Tahoe: A Multi-media Exhibit” by Walter McNamara will be on display at the Haldan Art Gallery at the Lake Tahoe Community College October 1 through December 5.
Meet McNamara, a professor of art emeritus at University of Nevada Reno, at the Artist’s Reception on October 1 from 6pm to 8pm. The reception is free and open to the public.
The Mitch Marcus Quintet, known for the ability to lead the audience through a labyrinth of ever-shifting musical textures, will liven up Truckee nightlife when the group performs for free at Moody’s Bistro & Lounge on Friday, October 16 and Saturday, October 17 at 8:30 p.m.
Save the life of an animal in need. Donate your gently used designer bag to Pet Network’s “Purses for Pets”.
Collected designer bags and purses will be auctioned off October 25th from 5:30 to 7:30pm at Parasol Tahoe Community Foundation in Incline Village.
DYK…you can see all your favorite flying movies at the Truckee-Tahoe Airport?
And they’re free!
She’s at it again.
Local watercolor artist, Jan Foss, is offering a 4-week evening class to those interested in learning to paint our fabulous Fall colors.
As a young working musician in London in the 1970’s, Laurence Juber got an extraordinary, life-changing break when Paul McCartney picked him to become Wings’ lead guitarist.
Juber spent three years recording and touring with the band. During that time he won a Best Rock Instrumental GRAMMY® for the track “Rockestra” from the Wings album Back To The Egg.
Laurence Juber will play at the Duke Theater at LTCC October 24 at 7:30pm. read more →
Don’t miss the premier of the eighth snowboard film by First Tracks Productions of South Lake Tahoe.
Droppin’ airs Friday, September 25, at Montbleu resort at 8pm. And, it’s free and rated family friendly.
The Tahoe Tallac Association is a recipient of the Nevada Arts Council’s “Save Nevada Arts Projects” (SNAP) Grant to support the position of Festival Director for the 2009 Valhalla Arts, Music, and Theatre Festival.
Gerardo Balestrieri, who recently won second place in Italy’s national competition for best CD of 2009, will bring his internationally acclaimed ensemble “Les Travailleurs de La Nuit” (The Night Workers) to Moody’s Bistro & Lounge on Friday, November 27 and Baxter’s Bistro & Lounge on Saturday, November 28 for two free shows.
Have you always wanted to learn to play ice hockey with your friends? Well now you can.
It teaches kids all around the world about peace, and encourages them to express themselves through art.
Organized by teacher Carrie Gault, the Chalk4Peace project will be held at Bijou Elementary School, September 25, from 1:00 – 2:45pm.
It sounds something like this:
“Hi Angie or (Duuuuude….) I heard you got new snow (Powdaaa – Yeeow!). How nice (Rad!).
Creativity reaches a crescendo in September.
Writers from around the lake and Truckee; and a bold line up of musical acts ranging from big band music, gypsy folk rock, Americana fingerpicking, traditional maritime songs and railroad music will bring everyone to their feet.
Only at the Valhalla Arts, Theater and Music Festival in South Shore.
Pastel Laureate Margot Schulzke will give a design and composition presentation on Wednesday, September 9th, at the Tahoe Art League monthly meeting.
It’s free and the public is invited.
Celebrating 17 years of art & framing, Tahoe Vista’s Vista Gallery has extended the In Spirit exhibit through October.
The exhibit features new artwork by many of the 36 artists represented at the north shore gallery.
The exhibit title, In Spirit, is inspired by the primary display by Douglas E. Taylor with ten new mixed-media artworks and four new mixed-process monoprints. read more →
It’s the perfect pairing.
After a big day of hiking, boating, biking, golfing, gardening or work (someone has to…) taste wines from around the world while viewing world-class art like Beach Sunset from artist Bonita Paulis.
It’s all happening at the Ski Run Center on Tuesday evenings. read more →
It’s the next “whodunit” written by South Shore author, Todd Borg.
The greatest danger comes at the darkest hour… Todd Borg’s 7th novel in his best-selling Tahoe Mystery series titled TAHOE NIGHT is available now.
Featuring Detective Owen McKenna and his Great Dane Spot, TAHOE NIGHT is about a local TV talk show host who gets involved in a deadly art forgery. The novel tells the story of Leah Printner, host of the popular “Tahoe Live” TV show.
Winter is right around the corner. Yes!
And you know what that means….snowboard and ski flicks to get us in the mood.
Standard Films’ Black Winter will air at Squaw on September 4th, featuring footage shot at Squaw and Sierra-at-Tahoe.