Tahoe Arts and Mountain Culture
Tahoe Arts and Mountain Culture

Bears Upstairs at North Tahoe Arts

Posted on March 4, 2016
Filed Under Lake Tahoe Kids

Keep Tahoe Bearable.

Learn how to live with, protect and respect these marvelous creatures at the North Tahoe Arts Center.  The BEAR League is offering lots of educational information about our furry friends at the art center, and there will be a bear’s den to explore. This exhibit is meant to celebrate our bears and promote bear awareness to educate our community how to live in harmony with bears.

A BEAR League exhibit with bear art and photography will run through the month of March. Comprised mostly of the Bear League’s personal collection of bear-inspired artwork, featured artists will include Alice Shaw, Ted Guzzi, Jonathan LaBenne (aka Jonathan the Bearman), Katherine DeWitt  Anglin, and Cathy McClelland. The BEAR League is a completely volunteer, community based, not-for-profit organization in the Lake Tahoe Basin, Truckee and beyond, committed to keeping bears safe and wild in their natural habitat.

Galleries and Artisan Shop are open daily 11 a.m.-4 p.m, closed Tuesdays.

For more information about this North Lake Tahoe event, contact North Tahoe Arts at 530-581-2787. The North Tahoe Art Center is located at 380 N. Lake Blvd. next to the fire station in Tahoe City.


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