Bring a healing request or simply bring your love and healing energy to share in this powerful and prayerful ceremony at Unity at the Lake in South Lake Tahoe on Tuesday, November 2, 2010.
Watercolorist Jeannie Vodden from Jackson, CA will give a watercolor presentation at the Tahoe Art League monthly meeting on Wednesday, October 13th.
Jeannie works primarily in watercolor creating portraits, still life, floral landscapes and a “touch of fantasy”. The meeting will be held at the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center from 7pm to 9pm, and is free and open to the public.
Sierra Nevada College, together with Clay Times magazine and Northstar-at-Tahoe, will host a national juried ceramics show beginning September 18th in the Village at Northstar continuing through October 16th, 2010.
The exhibit “A New Decade of Clay: 2010” will feature ceramic pieces from artists across the country to be juried by internationally renowned ceramist Richard Shaw. A kickoff celebration and opening will take place on September 18th, with events from 1pm-5pm to include ceramic demonstrations, a kids’ clay table, and “pottery Olympics.” A reception will be held afterwards, beginning at 6pm.
Since October 1998, the American Geological Institute has organized this national and international event to help the public gain a better understanding and appreciation for the Earth Sciences and to encourage stewardship of the Earth.
This year’s Earth Science Week will be held from October 10-16 and will celebrate the theme “Exploring Energy”.
Want to explore new green ideas for remodeling and new green construction?
Join the Sierra Green Building Association’s (SiGBA) Green Building Tour on Saturday, October 16, 2010 from 8:30am to 4pm.
Did you know… Cloud seeding has been conducted in Lake Tahoe and the Ruby Mountains since the 1960s?
The last cloud seeding operation occurred on April 28, 2010. Is it working to increase snowfall? Learn more about this fascinating science at the “Cloud Seeding To Enhance Snowfall” presentation by Arlen Huggins, Desert Research Institute (DRI) on October 20th at the Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences on the Sierra Nevada College campus.
To celebrate the creativity of the Truckee art community and to showcase the diversity of art forms and artwork by local artists, the Truckee Public Art Commission is holding “Truckee Exposed! Juried Community Art Exhibit” at the Truckee Community Recreation Center October 1st through January 31,2011.
This is the second art show created by the Truckee Public Art Commission headed by Carole Sesko to help introduce locals and visitors to the Truckee art scene.
This easy hike along 1.2 miles of the Tahoe Rim Trail is designed to introduced kids, (and adults) to hiking at night and dispel myths about the nocturnal animals that get a bad rap at Halloween.
The Hoots, Howls & Growls Family Fun Hike at Tahoe Meadows will be a scream. Don’t miss it Friday, October 29, starting at 5:30pm.
The Lake Tahoe premiere of THE STORY will take place at the Crystal Bay Casino’s Crown Room on October 29, 2010.
THE STORY showcases the unfathomable talent of mountain sports’ biggest stars including the marquee athletes of alpine skiing, Bode Miller and Lindsey Vonn, 2010 XGames phenom Bobby Brown and Lake Tahoe’s own Errol Kerr. A special screening of ‘Shane & the McConkeys’ will be featured.
As the place to buy your Burning Man hats and wardrobe, Gaia Licious in South Lake Tahoe is holding a photo contest to raise money for local charities. Through October 31, 2010 you’re invited to submit your framed (8 1/2 x 11 ish…bigger is ok, but not smaller) Burning Man photos, and earn a chance to win a ticket to Burning Man 2011.
Ski season is right around the corner. Lake Tahoe had a phenomenal season during 2009/10, and with summer’s sporadic rain storms we know Mother Nature will deliver the goods once again.
Get in the mood with Matchstick Productions’ newest movie, “The Way I See It” showing October 2nd in South Lake Tahoe and October 4th in North Lake Tahoe. read more →
Get a night off from the parents on Fridays at the South Lake Tahoe Recreation Center.
On Saturday, September 25th at 2 p.m., delight in the sharing of locally-raised, seasonal foods as Moody’s Bistro Executive Chef Mark Estee and Chef de Cuisine Guy Frenette roast a Berkshire hog raised in pasture at the small, sustainable Shaw Family Farms in Truckee during Roast on the Range.
Proceeds from this Truckee foodie event will benefit Girls on the Run – Sierras, a life-changing, non-profit prevention program for girls in the 3rd through 8th grade. Their mission is to educate and prepare girls for a lifetime of self-respect and healthy living. read more →
When Mary Sutton, owner, Sierra Sports & Spine Healing Center set out to create a whole body health and healing center, she meant business. Her well-known physical therapy practice has re-emerged as a regional healing center for people seeking the latest healing therapies and wellness strategies.
To introduce her new center located in Truckee, Sutton will hold a Healing & Wellness Immersion Day, October 2nd from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
An opening reception for local artist Carole Sesko is slated for Thursday, September 23rd from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Elijah Bleu’s House of Coffee & Good Eats in Truckee.
The Truckee artist said this collection of work was influenced by the coffee shop’s colorful, Cajun atmosphere.
When the 600 plus members of the Far West Ski Association convene for their 80th annual convention in June at the Renaissance Esmeralda Resort and Spa in Indian Wells, California, they will honor two of North Tahoe’s more creative ski industry professionals, Darin Talbot and Robert Frohlich.
Both Talbot and Frohlich, long time mainstays of the Tahoe ski scene, are recipients of the 2010 Warren Miller Award for their ambitious and highly entertaining “Around Tahoe: Lake Tahoe’s Ultimate Skiing and Snowboarding Video/Audio Tour Guide.” read more →
On September 25th, Truckee Tahoe will host its Third Annual Walk for Farm Animals starting at 10am in Truckee.
This year’s national Walk spokesperson is celebrity trainer and television personality Bob Harper from NBC’s hit show “The Biggest Loser.”
This annual event takes place in more than 75 cities across the United States and Canada to promote compassion for factory farmed animals and raise vital funds to support the lifesaving rescue, education and advocacy work of Farm Sanctuary, the nation’s leading farm animal protection organization.
The California Tahoe Conservancy will celebrate its 25th anniversary on Thursday, September 16, with a party that fittingly takes place on the shores of the very lake it works so hard to preserve, protect and enhance. Commons Beach in Tahoe City.
Here’s an interesting note. A few of the Conservancy Board members have been with the agency since day one, illustrative of how much they love this place we call home.
Congratulations CTC. Check out the new Lake Tahoe license plate at the event too. read more →
Enjoy an evening of literature with twelve writers who call Lake Tahoe home or are inspired by Tahoe at the 2nd annual “Celebration of Writers Around the Lake.”
Presented by the Tahoe Writers Works, the smart, funny, and inspirational night of prose will take place Friday, September 16th at the Valhalla Grand Hall in South Lake Tahoe at 7pm. read more →