Strap on your board or favorite skis and test your skills at the Only Bar in South Lake Tahoe with a full snow park in its backyard.
Brothers Bar & Grill on Emerald Bay Blvd. holds an open Rail Jam on Wednesday nights from 8pm to 9pm for those riders who just can’t get enough during daylight.
No cover charge to ride the rail.
Rick Springfield. The Yardbirds. The Animals.
It’s a blast from the past at Harrah’s in South Lake Tahoe with classic musical acts during March 2010.
The Truckee and Carson Rivers provide unique habitats for a variety of native trout species, including the Lahontan and Paiute cutthroat trout, and wild trout species including Brook, Rainbow and Lake trout.
However, these iconic wildernesses are slowly being loved to death. Learn about California Trout and their mission to protect, preserve and restore native trout to the Lake Tahoe area waterways on Thursday, March 4, 2010 at 6pm at Explore Tahoe. It’s free and refreshments will be served.
The timeless elegance of a Truckee landmark is further accentuated with the whimsical and enchanting paintings of local mixed media artist, Carole Sesko.
But it’s much more than art. It’s a beautiful reflection of Carole’s personal ties to the close knit community of Truckee where she has lived for over two decades.
Art works by Carole Sesko are currently on display at Trio Wine Bar and Bistro located inside the historic Kruger White House in Truckee.
Wood furniture creations and photography of the surrounding area by local artists Jacob Morrison and Lindsey Anderson will be featured at the North Tahoe Art Center March 3 through 28, 2010.
Watch North Lake Tahoe’s wackiest and wildest strut their stuff at the Tahoe City SnowFest! Parade on Saturday, March 6, 2010.
“Tahoe City Through Time” is this year’s parade theme with a cast of local characters hitting the streets from 11:30am to 12:30pm on North Lake Blvd.
As Buddha taught over two and a half thousand years ago, there are many benefits to following a vegetarian lifestyle – for humans and other beings. Today, the Buddha’s words are as powerful as ever. Even modern science is starting to validate this profound teaching.
Venerable Geshe Thupten Phelgye, a Buddhist monk, will be speaking about this philosophy during his presentation of the “Compassionate Lifestyle For Healthy Living” at the Blue Angel Cafe on Friday, March 5, 2010 at 7pm.
The Silver Belt Downhill at Sugar Bowl, dating back to 1940, was for many years considered the preeminent North American race for skiing’s elite. Racers would travel from home resorts to compete for top honors on the challenging and formidable course, always followed with a legendary celebration.
The classic ski race that helped put Lake Tahoe on the map will take place March 13-14, 2010. Let’s see if Daron Rahlves can maintain his winning title from 2009.
A mosaic of events highlighting the cultural diversity of Sierra Nevada College will take place March 23 through 27, 2010. Events include an anime demonstration, an Italian film viewing and discussion, a Fireside Chat about India as a global powerhouse, and a cultural festival featuring food, musical entertainment, dancing, and more.
Sierra Nevada College’s next Fireside Chat, hosted by Andy Whyman, will feature panelists Atam Lalchandani and Atul Minchoa discussing “India As a Global Powerhouse” on Thursday, March 25, at 7pm in Sierra Nevada College’s Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences, rooms 139/141. Refreshments will be served.
Judson Laipply infuses laughter with merit, combining side-splitting bits with thought provoking moments, synergizing humor with inspiration. Judson will perform his inspirational comedy about life and change with humor and dance at North Tahoe High School on March 26 at 7pm presented by Arts for the Schools.
Wildlife watercolor artist Pamela Findleton will be painting live at Marcus Ashley Gallery in South Lake Tahoe from 2pm to 6pm on Saturday and Sunday, March 20 and 21, 2010.
Tahoe’s elite local snowboarding athletes will be competing for a $2,000 cash purse prize at the Salomon Backyard Bang rail jam at South Lake Tahoe’s MontBleu Casino and Resort on Saturday, March 27, 2010 from 4pm to 7pm.
Live music and a special showing of the “I AM SNOWBOARDING” art project immediately follows.
The Lake Tahoe Music Festival (LTMF) is launching a new program in the summer of 2010 – the Lake Tahoe Music Festival Orchestra Academy. The program provides world-class training and real-life professional experience to 36 young, aspiring musicians aged 18-22 from across the country.
Auditions on YouTube are now open.
David Butler, a senior from South Tahoe High School, took first place in El Dorado County’s inaugural “Poetry Out Loud” competition on February 9th.
In the first round, Butler delivered a flawless performance of the 19th century British poet John Clare’s lyric poem, “I Am!” followed in the second round by a humorous recitation of Marge Piercy’s, “For the young who want to,” a contemporary poem that speaks to the difficulties of being an artist.
Butler is headed to the California state finals in Sacramento on March 15, 2010. Congratulations David! read more →
Launching the Nevada Museum of Art’s Nevada Emerging Artists Series, Trophy Hunter is artist Bryan Christiansen’s first solo exhibition and his Museum debut running through May 9, 2010.
The Nevada Emerging Artists Series, a new ongoing exhibition program designed to support the work of select Nevada-based artists, is generously sponsored by The Satre Family Fund of the Community Foundation of Western Nevada.
You’ll be constantly entertained here.
If not by the huge collection of rare books and great coffee, then by the events and ragchew.
Hannah, Elena, Julia, Marco, Daron, Nate and Errol. Wyle, Tucker, Murphy and Rasco.
Congratulations to our local Lake Tahoe and Truckee athletes who will compete in the 2010 Winter Olympics at Vancouver February 12 through February 28, 2010.