Yes, Tahoe has style. You just have to look under the kayaks, hiking boots and bikes to discover it.
Our very own 16 piece big band based in South Lake Tahoe that plays swing, Latin and a variety of big band songs is raising the roof at Valhalla’s Grand Hall on August 12th at 7pm.
See you there.
The air is feinting and jabbing like an angry middleweight. High above Lake Tahoe, on a rocky, juniper-studded hillside, Kevin Kuhns and Ben Mitchell are taking body blow after body blow, waiting for the wind to relax its guard, let the gloves down for a moment, and allow for a launch into Lake Tahoe’s world-renowned air.
This is why we love this resort. They are true local stewards.
Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort™ continued their longstanding commitment to the community and constituents during the 2010-2011 season with charitable contributions in excess of $295,383 to community and environmental programs.
Way to go Sierra. You guys rock!
What about the other ski resorts who had record-breaking seasons…check out this impressive list.
Riverside Studios is very excited to announce its 1st annual “8 x 8 Show”, a group exhibition and fundraising event that will include both emerging and established artists working strictly on unframed 8” x 8” x 3/4” plywood panels. Each painting will be priced at $85. Five dollars of each sold painting will be given to Trails & Vistas. Sixty percent of the remaining $80 dollars will go to the artist.
Deadline: August 30, 2011
North Tahoe ARTS in Tahoe City will present paintings by Deborah Rich entitled “People-Places-Things” in the Main Gallery, and “August Clay Works” in the Corrison Loft Gallery from August 3-29, 2011.
Is stage fright holding you back?
Not any more.
The Bare Bones Open Mic nights offer a creative stage for musicians, writers, comedians and other performing artists of all ages. The entertainment takes place at the Valhalla Boathouse Theater starting at 7pm on Tuesday, August 30th.
Better yet – it’s free to join in and free to watch and listen.
Learn about Tahoe’s natural and cultural history on a leisurely guided kayak tour along the shoreline of Sugar Pine Point State Park on Tuesday, August 23rd starting at 6 am.
California State Park Rangers and West Shore Sports will be your hosts to experience the enchanting early morning light and calm waters as you help raise money for the Sierra State Parks Foundation.
Saturday Mornings, the award-winning morning discussion and lecture series collaboration of Sierra Nevada College and Incline Village Parks & Recreation Senior Programs continues with local heroes including Katie Zanto, Founder of ARC.
Share your morning coffee with College faculty and other knowledgeable locals as they present bite-size offerings of intellectually stimulating material to pique your interest and challenge your sensibilities. An optional continental breakfast will be provided for $3.
Vista Gallery and Framing will hold an art and wine reception for acclaimed Lake Tahoe photographer Eric Jarvis, on July 30th from 4pm to 6pm.
Eric’s photographs are known for showing the natural beauty of the Lake Tahoe area.
Frank Wilson has been a full time professional artist for over thirty years and has created over 2,900 highly detailed works in oils and watercolors since 1995 in addition to hundreds of sculptures. The wilds of nature, in all it’s diversity, is the common denominator for this multi-talented artist. One of his favorite subjects is Lake Tahoe. Here’s your chance to learn to realistically paint the Lake Tahoe area with Frank Wilson at his painting workshops this summer sponsored by the James Harold Gallery in Tahoe City, CA and C.A.S. Alkyd Pro Paints.