Respect the mountains and hug your loved ones. In Memorian: JP Auclair, Andreas Fransson, Liz Daley
Get ready for skiing with “Some Thing Else” from Powderwhore Productions, capturing the steepest and deepest powder on the expeditions to the most remote mountain ranges on the planet. Movie starts at 6pm on Thursday, October 16th at Tahoe Art Haus & Cinema.
UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center invites the community to take a different approach to family values in a public presentation led by Dr. Rick Grosberg. The program will begin at 6 pm (happy hour begins at 5:30) on Thursday, October 16 at the Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences.
She has the magic touch. Her gentle manner and extensive medical experience has made her one of the top holistic health providers in Lake Tahoe, who specializes in craniosacral therapy and acupuncture.
Meet Barbara Ricotta, RN, MA, L.Ac. of North Lake Tahoe.
Barbara discovered holistic wellness in the mid 1980s while working as a critical care nurse. Inspired by her many clients who were seeking a higher level of health and well-being, she subsequently embarked on a career in holistic health and wellness.
On Friday, October 17, 2014, Chef Gerard Nebesky will prepare his award-winning Paella to raise funds for Project MANA.
Nebesky won “Throwdown with Bobby Flay” on national television. With giant paella pans, he will recreate his winning dish for you – including vegans. He will delight your taste buds while he demonstrates the preparation of this classic dish from Spain. Attendees will also receive a free gift to take home! read more →
Join the High Fives Foundation on Friday, October 17 for the world premiere of this year’s B.A.S.I.C.S. program service documentary “#KnowYourPark.” This movie premiere will also include two other High Fives original films, “The Giray Dadali Story” and “The Cody Walker Story.” Both Dadali and Walker are High Fives Athletes featured in #KnowYourPark. Their individual athlete films will be shown preceding the feature film to give the audience a better understanding of their background and connection with High Fives.
Tahoe Arts Project will present the Blue 13 Dance Company on Friday, October 24th, 2014 at the MontBleu Showroom at 7pm with a special appearance by Marcia Sarosik’s Lake Tahoe Shining Stars.
Blue13 Dance Company is a contemporary Indian dance theatre ensemble based in Los Angeles, California. Since 1999, the company has performed all over the United States and abroad in its signature Neo-Kathak and Bollywood-Tech styles, modern dance work that is highly energetic, colorful, and theatrical, and inspired by the classical and cultural dance of India. Tickets range between $8 and $23.
When you see these elite climbers in action, you get a taste of their endless pursuit of adventure. Sender Films and Big UP Productions are bringing audiences a mind-blowing, palm-sweating pump-fest of climbing flicks for the 2014 REEL ROCK Film Tour.
You won’t believe some of the footage featured at the Reel Rock Film Tour playing Oct. 24, 2014 at the Lake Tahoe Community College.
The Lake Tahoe Community College Foundation’s Speaker Spotlight Series continues on Monday, October 27 with visiting speaker Jesse Livezey, a U.C. Berkeley doctoral student. He’ll present a talk about brain physics from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in LTCC’s Board/Aspen Room, inside the library building.
Livezey’s presentation, “Brain Physics: Using Mathematical Models to Understand the Brain,” will explore what we know about how the brain processes sensory inputs ranging from vision to audition to touch. read more →
Truckee big mountain snowboarder Jeremy Jones’ third film in his trilogy, Higher, will appear Wednesday, Oct. 29, 7 pm at the Tahoe Art Haus and Cinema in Tahoe City. The show starts at 7 PM.
Pope Beach and Pope Marsh.
It’s the quintessential spot for bird watching in South Lake Tahoe.
Grab your boa and “Let’s do the Time Warp Again.” Frank-N-Furter! Brad and Janet! Rocky! The Rocky Horror Picture Show will air at the Tahoe Art Haus @ Cinema on Halloween, Oct. 31, 10 pm and 12 am.
Reserve your tickets now.
Artists and fans of beautiful art have at least three great reasons to visit Lake Tahoe Community College until December 5, 2014.
In the foyer of the Duke Theatre in the Fine Arts building, you’ll find the works of local artist Amy Hackleman’s “Grey Matter.” Hackleman teaches photography classes at LTCC.
With their unique style of rock ‘n’ roll without boundaries, local rock band, The Last Levee, bridges the gap between classic and modern musical fare.
These 3 guys from Truckee Tribe just can’t play enough so they started QMO.
Over 500 third and fourth grade students from local elementary schools will attend the second annual Tahoe Farm Day, held on September 16, 2014, from 9:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. This all day field trip at Camp Richardson teaches students about the wide diversity of regional agriculture. Volunteer presenters will bring topics alive for students through creative, interactive activities that feature regionally grown fruits, and vegetables, and concepts of healthy eating and nutrition. read more →
The rustic beauty of logs are sculpted into some very interesting home accents by this South Shore artist.
Project MANA, (Making Adequate Nutrition Accessible), is the hunger relief organization serving the North and West Shores of Lake Tahoe and Truckee.
All paws and hands are invited to the Tahoe Unleashed Dog Park groundbreaking ceremony at the North Tahoe Regional Park on Sept. 7, 2014 at 1 p.m. Get there early and enjoy Park’s festivities beginning at 11 a.m.
Dog Day in the Park is a dog-themed carnival with vendors, carnival booths, demonstrations, pet adoptions, BBQ, live music, and more. In addition, rabies vaccines and micro-chipping services will be offered at minimal cost. Funds raised at this event support the needs of all pets in our community. read more →
Thinking about leaving the hill to get a little taste of culture? Forget about it.
Now you don’t have to go to Napa, Sonoma, Tuscany or the Loire Valley to enjoy award-winning wine, food and art.