Events Calendar

Events Calendar


There is often so much going on at Tahoe, Truckee and the surrounding areas that we can’t always showcase every event on the main page of my blog.  The Events Calendar page is here for more local events info. Check the page often, as it will be added to frequently. 

For more local events info, pick up the free ‘Tahoe Weekly’ magazine located at various outlets in the area and visit laketahoethisweek.com.  In addition, my blog page has links in the column on the left for quick access to more venues and events. Cheers from Your Friend in High Places, Lynn Richardson


2017

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Through Dec.  – Magical Memories at the Resort at Squaw Creek.  See their annual live size ginger bread houses, holiday concerts and family friendly fun. www.squawcreek.com

FRIDAY

Dec. 1 – Tentative Opening Day for most ski resorts. Check your favorite ski areas to see what’s running.

Dec. 1 – Alpenglow Sports hosts the 13th annual Winter Wildlands Alliance Backcountry Film Festival at 7 p.m.  An award-winning lineup of short films on adventure, environmental consciousness and youth involvement. $10.  Tickets alpenglowsports.com

Dec. 1  – Shop and mix Incline Village, Nev. will hold a community mixer at Raley’s Shopping Center from 4 to 7 p.m. | northernlightstahoe.com

Dec. 1 – On Golden Pond. Community Arts Center, Truckee. truckeecommunitytheater.com

Dec. 1 – Grass Valley Cornish Christmas. Recapture the spirit of Christmas past amid the charming surroundings of historic downtown Grass Valley. 6-9pm. downtowngrassvalley.com

 

SATURDAY

Dec. 2 – Holiday Craft Fair & Community Holiday Celebration at The Chateau / Incline Village. 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Craft Fair.  Community Holiday Celebration, 4:00  – 6:00 p.m. northernlightstahoe.com

Dec. 2 – Snowshoe at sunset Olympic Valley. Meet at the ice rink at Resort at Squaw Creek at 4:30 p.m. for a guided snowshoe tour. $45 per person includes rentals and s’mores. 530.583.6300

SATURDAY & SUNDAY

Dec. 2-3 – Spirit of the Season. Pioneer Center for Performing Arts, Downtown Reno- pioneercenter.com

 

SUNDAY

Dec. 3The Sierra Nevada College Concert Choir – Holiday Concert, Vivaldi’s Gloria.  St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church in Incline Village. See published flier for more information: sierranevada.edu

Dec. 3 Nevada City Victorian Christmas. 1:30- 6pm. Roasted chestnuts, hearty holiday foods along with lamp-lit streets filled to overflowing with authentic Christmas treasures. nevadacitychamber.com

Dec. 3 – Moon over Tahoe Tahoe Vista. Tahoe Adventure Company offers a Full Cold Moon snowshoe trek from 4 to 7 p.m. Trips include snowshoes, poles, guides, instruction, natural history and hot drinks and snacks. No experience needed. $65. | tahoeadventurecompany.com\

 

MONDAY

Dec. 4 – Welcome snow, season Tahoe City. Tahoe Cross Country Ski Area Kickoff Party is at Jake’s on the Lake from 5 to 9:30 p.m. Celebrate the beginning of the season with a buffet dinner. All are welcome.  tahoexc.org

Dec.  – Noel Nights at Northstar. Horse-drawn sleigh rides, ice skating, s’mores and hot cocoa by the fire pits, special shopping and dining. For more info: Northstar

 

FRIDAY

Dec. 8 – Grass Valley Cornish Christmas. Recapture the spirit of Christmas past amid the charming surroundings of historic downtown Grass Valley. 6-9pm. downtowngrassvalley.com

 

FRIDAY, SAT. SUN. 

Dec. 8-10 – The Nutcracker Ballet. Pioneer Center for Performing Arts, Downtown Reno- pioneercenter.com

 

SATURDAY

Dec. 9 – Snowshoe at sunset Olympic Valley. Meet at the ice rink at Resort at Squaw Creek at 4:30 p.m. for a guided snowshoe tour. $45 per person includes rentals and s’mores. 530.583.6300

 

SAT. & SUN

Dec. 9-10 – Truckee Tahoe Community Chorus. “A Season of Peace” Holiday Concert.  7pm Dec. 9 and 2pm Dec. 10. At the Resort at Squaw Creek, Truckee. $20 online. truckeechorus.org

Dec. 9-10  “Handel’s Messiah”| Area venues | Reno and Tahoe
Toccata – Tahoe Symphony Orchestra and Chorus hosts the 12th annual production of Handel’s “Messiah.” Performances will be held at five locations in Incline Village, Squaw Valley, Reno, Gardnerville and South Lake Tahoe. | toccatatahoe.com

 

SUNDAY

Dec. 10 – Nevada City Victorian Christmas. 1:30- 6pm. Roasted chestnuts, hearty holiday foods along with lamp-lit streets filled to overflowing with authentic Christmas treasures. nevadacitychamber.com

Dec.  – Northstar’s Northern Lights Festival –  kids and families partake in a day and evening of light-filled revelry, activities and live music on the Village Stage. A fireworks spectacular to finish the evening! For more info: Northstar

Dec.  – Noel Nights at Northstar. Horse-drawn sleigh rides, ice skating, s’mores and hot cocoa by the fire pits, special shopping and dining. For more info: Northstar

 

TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY


DEC. 12- DEC. 20  – Happy Hanukkah
 Resort at Squaw Creek will celebrate the lighting of the Menorah at sunset in the lobby.  squawcreek.com

 

WEDNESDAY

Dec. 13 Nevada City Victorian Christmas. 5- 9pm. Roasted chestnuts, hearty holiday foods along with lamp-lit streets filled to overflowing with authentic Christmas treasures. nevadacitychamber.com

 

FRIDAY

Dec. 15 – Grass Valley Cornish Christmas. Recapture the spirit of Christmas past amid the charming surroundings of historic downtown Grass Valley. 6-9pm. downtowngrassvalley.com

 

SATURDAY

Dec. 16 – Snowshoe at sunset Olympic Valley. Meet at the ice rink at Resort at Squaw Creek at 4:30 p.m. for a guided snowshoe tour. $45 per person includes rentals and s’mores. 530.583.6300

Dec. 16 – Tour of ground and sky-Tahoe Adventure Company offers Extraterrestrials, an astronomy guided snowshoe tour followed by a tour of the sky with Tony Berendsen. From 5 to 9 p.m., 1 to 3 miles. Easy to moderate. Ages 8+. Tour includes equipment, guides, permit fees, hot drinks and snacks. $85.  tahoeadventurecompany.com

 

FRIDAY, SAT. & SUN

Dec. 15-17 – A Gentleman’s Guide. Pioneer Center for Performing Arts, Downtown Reno- pioneercenter.com

DEC. 15-DEC. 31 | FRIDAY-SUNDAY Squaw Valley presents Merry Days & Holly Nights hosts holiday events in the Village and Olympic Village Lodge. There will be horse-drawn sleigh rides, ice-carving demos, storytelling with Santa, carolers, musical performances, après ski parties and special dinners. | Schedule squawalpine.com

 

SATURDAY

Dec 16Donner Memorial State Park Holiday Open House. Free historic children’s crafts, Junior Ranger programs, live music, storytelling. 11 – 6:30pm. sierrastateparks.org

 

SATURDAY & SUNDAY

Dec. 16-17 –  “Handel’s Messiah”. Toccata – Tahoe Symphony Orchestra and Chorus hosts the 12th annual production of Handel’s “Messiah.” Performances will be held at five locations in Incline Village, Squaw Valley, Reno, Gardnerville and South Lake Tahoe. | toccatatahoe.com

 

SUNDAY

Dec. 17 – Nevada City Victorian Christmas. 1:30- 6pm. Roasted chestnuts, hearty holiday foods along with lamp-lit streets filled to overflowing with authentic Christmas treasures. nevadacitychamber.com

 

MONDAY

DEC. 18-DEC. 31 – ‘Tis the season South Lake Tahoe. Celebrate the season at Heavenly Holidays, a two-week festival in the Heavenly Village featuring ice sculptors, holiday music and a 16-foot interactive snow globe where kids can get their photos taken with Santa. It culminates on Dec. 31 with a New Year’s celebration. Ring in 2018 with an outdoor concert, a Gondola ball drop and fireworks show.  skiheavenly.com

 

WEDNESDAY

Dec. 20 – Nevada City Victorian Christmas. 5- 9pm. Roasted chestnuts, hearty holiday foods along with lamp-lit streets filled to overflowing with authentic Christmas treasures. nevadacitychamber.com

Dec.  – Noel Nights at Northstar. Horse-drawn sleigh rides, ice skating, s’mores and hot cocoa by the fire pits, special shopping and dining. For more info: Northstar

 

FRIDAY

Dec. 22 – Grass Valley Cornish Christmas. Recapture the spirit of Christmas past amid the charming surroundings of historic downtown Grass Valley. 6-9pm. downtowngrassvalley.com

 

SATURDAY

Dec. 23 – Snowshoe at sunset Olympic Valley. Meet at the ice rink at Resort at Squaw Creek at 4:30 p.m. for a guided snowshoe tour. $45 per person includes rentals and s’mores. 530.583.6300

Dec. 23  “Handel’s Messiah”. Toccata – Tahoe Symphony Orchestra and Chorus hosts the 12th annual production of Handel’s “Messiah.” Performances will be held at five locations in Incline Village, Squaw Valley, Reno, Gardnerville and South Lake Tahoe. | toccatatahoe.com

SUNDAY

Dec. 24 – Torch the hill Tahoe CityGranlibakken’s annual Torchlight Parade starts at 5 p.m. Ski down the holding a torch, then enjoy hot chocolate, cider, s’mores and gifts. Santa will be there for photos.  granlibakken.com

 

TUESDAY

Dec. 26 – Snowshoe at sunset Olympic Valley. Meet at the ice rink at Resort at Squaw Creek at 4:30 p.m. for a guided snowshoe tour. $45 per person includes rentals and s’mores. 530.583.6300

 

WEDNESDAY

Dec. 27 – Snowshoe at sunset Olympic Valley. Meet at the ice rink at Resort at Squaw Creek at 4:30 p.m. for a guided snowshoe tour. $45 per person includes rentals and s’mores. 530.583.6300

 

THURSDAY

Dec. 28 – Snowshoe at sunset Olympic Valley. Meet at the ice rink at Resort at Squaw Creek at 4:30 p.m. for a guided snowshoe tour. $45 per person includes rentals and s’mores. 530.583.6300

 

FRIDAY

Dec. 29 – Snowshoe at sunset Olympic Valley. Meet at the ice rink at Resort at Squaw Creek at 4:30 p.m. for a guided snowshoe tour. $45 per person includes rentals and s’mores. 530.583.6300

Dec. 29 – By the light of the moon Kirkwood Mountain Resort offers a full moon snowshoe trek from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Cross Country Snowshoe Center. All levels welcome. $35, $5 snowshoe rental. | RSVP (209) 258-7248

 

SATURDAY

Dec. 30 – Snowshoe at sunset Olympic Valley. Meet at the ice rink at Resort at Squaw Creek at 4:30 p.m. for a guided snowshoe tour. $45 per person includes rentals and s’mores. 530.583.6300

Dec. 30 – By the light of the moon Kirkwood Mountain Resort offers a full moon snowshoe trek from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Cross Country Snowshoe Center. All levels welcome. $35, $5 snowshoe rental. | RSVP (209) 258-7248

 

SUNDAY

Dec. 31.  New Years Eve Fire and Ice Celebration at Northstar CA. Come enjoy live music, ice skating and fireworks at this annual event. Fireworks start at 9pm.  www.northstarcalifornia.com/events

Dec. 31 – New Year’s celebrations for all. Resort at Squaw Creek’s is party central to ring in the New Year with a Kids’ Night Out New Year’s Eve Bash from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m., a teen party for ages 13 to 17 from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. and the All That Glitters New Year’s Eve Party Kaleidoscope for adults in the Grand Sierra Ballroom from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. feature live entertainment, Go-Go dancers, music, aerial shows, champagne, bottle service, dance floor and VIP beds. 21+. | RSVP (530) 581-6610

Dec 31 – Toast the New Year Tahoe City. Granlibakken’s New Year’s Eve Party and Dinner offers a buffet dinner followed by dessert, dancing and champagne toast. Fun activities for the entire family. Guests and non-guests are welcome. $75 adult; $35 10 and younger. RSVP (530) 533-4242

 

For more events, visit The Tahoe Weekly

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Nov. 3 – Mexican tradition celebration Truckee. Family Resource Center of Truckee will celebrate Dia de Los Muertos, Day of the Dead, at 5 p.m. Family friendly event. Free. Details TBA. | truckeefrc.org

Nov. 4 – The Truckee-Donner Recreation and Parks District Ski and Board Swap at the Community Rec. Center at 8924 Donner Pass Rd. tdrpd.org

Nov. 4 – The 41st Annual Donner Lake Turkey Trot. 8:30 am. auburnskiclub.com/donner-lake-turkey-trot

Nov. 4 – An African Bazaar and Fair Trade Gift Faire is at Truckee Tahoe Airport Community Room from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Featuring Asante Handcrafts and Jewelry, as well as fair-trade coffee, tea and chocolate. | tlpc.org

Nov. 4 – Tahoe Chocolate and Wine Festival. Hyatt Regency, Incline Village. Sample chocolate from local chefs paired with regional wines. For more info:  tahoesafealliance.com

Nov. 9 – Soup Night Truckee. Slow Food Lake Tahoe’s Soup Night returns for the season at Alibi Tap House from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. featuring live music and a raffle. BYO soup bowl and spoon. $5 soup with bread. | slowfoodlaketahoe.org

Nov. 9 – Passport to Dining. 6-9 pm. at the Tahoe Biltmore in Crystal Bay. Tastings form over 35 restaurants, caterers, wineries, breweries and distilleries. NorthTahoeBusiness.org

Nov. 10 – Food festival, competition Stateline, Nev.  Soroptimist International of South Lake Tahoe hosts An Evening of Food, Wine & Beer Tasting and Competition at MontBleu Casino Resort | sislt.org

Nov. 11  –  Tahoe Cross-Country Ski Education Association Ski Swap, Tahoe Cross-Country Ski area, Tahoe City. 10am to 4pm. www.tahoexc.org 

Nov.11 – Auburn Ski Club Training Center Open House. 1-5pm. Donner Summit at 19749 Boreal Ridge Road adjacent to Boreal Ski Area, Soda Springs. auburnskiclub.com

Nov. 11 – Donner Trail Elementary PTO hosts the 35th annual Thanksgiving Dinner is at 5:30 p.m. at Mt. Judah Lodge. Local chefs contribute to this fundraiser for students. Raffle and dinner tickets are $20 adult and $5 ages 12 and younger. | www.ttusd.org/

Nov. 12-13 – Women’s Wellness Weekend. Granlibakken. For more info: 800-543-3221. granlibakken.com

Nov. 16 – Soup Night Olympic Valley. Slow Food Lake Tahoe’s Soup Night returns for the season at Coffeebar at Squaw Valley from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. featuring live music and a raffle. BYO soup bowl and spoon. $5 soup with bread. | slowfoodlaketahoe.org

Nov. 16 – Alpenglow Winter Film Series. 7pm at the Olympic Village Lodge. squawalpine.com

Nov. 16. One-stop shop Truckee. The 14th annual Soroptimist 2017 Soroptishop is at Truckee Community Recreation Center from 6 to 9 p.m. Jewelry, clothing, custom woodworkers, hand-crafted items, seasonal decor, mosaics, artworks, wooden signs, and eco-friendly products. All proceeds go to scholarships and grants. | soropishop@sitd.info

Nov. 17 – North Tahoe Booster Club hosts the 41st annual An Elegant Affair at the  Boatworks Mall, Tahoe City. from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. featuring food and wine tastings.   Black tie optional. Tickets Hacienda del Lago, Rosie’s, The Store  northtahoeboosters.org.

NOV. 17-19 – Valhalla Holiday Faire South Lake Tahoe. Valhalla Grand Hall, decorated in a festive holiday mode, will host 20 local vendors and artists. Santa Claus will visit; local school choirs and other musical groups will perform. | valhallatahoe.com

NOV. 18 –Tahoe City, Rideout Community Center will provide a traditional Thanksgiving dinner for 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Eat, play, mingle and give thanks. $10. | tcpud.org

Nov. 24-26 – RENT, at the Pioneer Center, Reno NV. pioneercenter.com

NOV. 25 –  Kick off the holiday season in style at the Tahoe City Holiday Hop as part of Small Business Saturday from noon to 6 p.m. . Stroll through local stores while enjoying wine, snacks, good cheer and festive surroundings at Tahoe City businesses. | visittahoecity.org

Nov. 30- Dec. 3 – Truckee Community Theater presents ‘On Golden Pond’.  Community Arts Center, Truckee. truckeecommunitytheater.com

Nov. 23 – Tahoe Community Thanksgiving Celebration – 2-6:30 pm. At the North Tahoe Events Center in Kings Beach. northtahoebusiness.org/event/thanksgiving

Nov. 24 through Dec. – Magical Memories at the Resort at Squaw Creek.  The celebration officially begins on November 24 with Thanksgiving dinner,  November 25 with the Gingerbread Village Unveiling and Grand Tree Lighting ceremony. The magic continues all through December with daily family-friendly events. www.squawcreek.com

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Oct. 1 – 31 – Tahoe City’s Annual Scarecrows On Parade. Take a stroll around Tahoe City’s businesses for fun and creative scarecrows around town.

Thursday’s through October 13 – The Foothills Farmer’s Market is still going until Oct. 13th on Tuesdays at Commons Beach in Tahoe City from 8am until 1pm.  www.foothillfarmersmarket.com/schedule

Sept. through November. Be sure to visit Apple Hill for the crispest apples and other produce, apple cider and the best apple pies you’ve ever tasted! www.applehill.com

 

 

Sept 30-Oct. 2. – The Celtic Festival. The Nevada County Fairgrounds, Grass Valley, CA.   kvmrcelticfestival.org

October 1, 2016 – Downtown Truckee Wine, Walk & Shop –  Saturday,  from noon to 4:00 p.m. at Historic Downtown Truckee. 12-4pm. www.truckeewinewalk.com

October 1-7. Clair Tappaan Lodge is hosting it’s Autumn Hiking and History in the Sierra Nevada. Includes daily hikes, meals and admission fees. Leader will be Aurora Roberts. clairtappaanlodge.com

Oct. 1  – Tahoe City. Oktoberfest at the Gatekeepers Museum/Layton Park. from 12 to 6pm. Featuring craft beers, food from local eateries, traditional Bavarian games and live music.  Visit their website at: visittahoecity.org/event

Oct. 3 – Truckee Tahoe Ice Rink Project Meeting.  Get involved! 6-7pm. 10046 Church St. Truckee.

October 7 – A Liars Cruise. 4-6:30 pm. Enjoy stories of Tahoe while cruising around the west shore. sierrastateparks.org

October 7-8 – Reno Chamber Orchestra – Nightingale Concert Hall, Reno NV. Chopin/Copeland, renochamberorchestra.org

October 7 – 8 – Fall Fish Festival –  at the Taylor Creek Visitors Center. 10am-4pm.  Visitors can learn about the natural wonders of Taylor Creek from Forest Service biologists, as they stroll along the accessible, ½ mile loop Rainbow Trail. A family fun event, with a treasure hunt, fish painting and more! www.fs.usda.gov

October 7 & 8, – Historic Camp Richardson Resort – Oktoberfest at South Lake Tahoe – the yearly celebration of all things German – is in its 22nd year at Camp Richardson Historic Resort and Marina. 10am-5pm. (530) 541-1801. 1900 Jameson Beach Rd. www.camprichardson.com/oktoberfest

October 10Pho for Project Mana at the Cottonwood. Doors open at 6pm. projectmana.org

October 14 – FIXIT ClINIC –  1-4pm. learn how to repair everything from small appliances to bikes and more. Truckee Roundhouse Makerspace. 12116 Chandelle way, Truckee, (by the airport)

October14 and 15 – Donner Party Hike:  Celebrate Truckee’s rich history with a weekend of guided hikes. Explore scenic Donner Summit with local historians on interpretive hikes followed by BBQ lunch and music. Donner Ski Ranch-  19320 Donner Pass Rd, Norden, CA 95724. donnerpartyhike.com

Oct. 14-15 – Sky Tavern Ski and Sport Swap. www.skytavern.com

Oct. 19 & 20 (Sold Out) – Truckee Haunted Historic Tour. . Each year the highly anticipated performances take place in new featured haunts. Our writers skillfully weave together dramatic, downright haunting and funny stories inspired by times of yore, this Tour is complete with treats and tricks. www.truckeehistorytour.org

Oct. 21 – Fall Festival and Pumpkin Patch. 10-2 pm in the Commons Beach, Tahoe City. tahoecitypud.com

Oct. ? – (Date not available at this time) Tahoe City Ski Swap and Homewood Pumpkin Festival – 9 am – 3 pm. Homewood Mountain Resort. Check their facebook page for upcoming info.  facebook/NorthTahoeSkiSportSwap  www.facebook.com/events/188580691577399/

Oct. 21 – Carson City Ghost Walk. All day tour. Relive Victorian Era Carson City history on this guided tour. carsoncityghostwalk.com

Oct. ? – (Date not available at this time). Meyers Gear Swap (South Lake Tahoe) Sunday from 11am-2pm. 3170 US Highway 50, Meyers, CA 96150-9214. For more info, go here: www.facebook.com/events

Oct. 26 – Monthly Lecture: Winter is Coming. featuring ,  A $5 suggested donation is collected at the entrance, no-host bar at 5:30 p.m. with the presentation starting at 6:00 p.m. Register here! at the UC Davis Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences. tahoe.ucdavis.edu/events

Oct. 27 – Halloween Trick or Treat and Parade – Truckee.  Businesses in old town Truckee will have treats from  4:30 – 6:30 pm. Then Kids can parade through downtown Truckee before Trick or Treating at the Community Arts Center. Parade leaves the Train Depot at 6 pm. – meet there at 5:45 pm.  tdrpd.org

Oct. 28 – Creepers Ball and live music at the Crystal Bay Club. 9pm.

Oct. 28 – Goblins and Ghouls. Reno Philharmonic at the Pioneer Center, Downtown Reno. pioneercenter.com

Oct. 31 – Annual Trick or Treat night in Tahoe City. Stop at the Heritage Plaza to pick up a trick or treat bag with goodies before visiting local businesses for a kid safe holiday. 4-6pm. heritage plaza.  tahoecitypud.com

Oct.  – UNR SKI SWAP will be held  at the Grand Sierra Resort. For more information go here: unrskiswap.com)

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Sept. through November. Be sure to visit Apple Hill for the crispest apples and other produce, apple cider and the best apple pies you’ve ever tasted! www.applehill.com

Sept. 2 – Sand Harbor amphitheater at 7:30 pm.  Reno Jazz Orchestra An Evening with Denise Donatelli.

Sept. 2 – 28th Annual Foam Fest. At the KT Base Bar outdoor sun deck, unlimited tastings from over 40 craft breweries with purchase of a ticket. 2-6 pm.  squawalpine.com

Sept. 3. – The 29th Annual Alpen Wine Fest includes wine tasting, live music, a huge silent auction and raffle. 2 – 5 pm.  squawalpine.com

Sept. 6 – Full Moon Kayak Tour.  Enjoy a guided full moon kayak tour along the shore of Sugar Pine Point State Park. Limited space and reservations are required. sierrastateparks.org

Sept. 8- 10 – Lake Tahoe Autumn Food and Wine Festival, Northstar. All Day.  northstarcalifornia.com

 

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Sept. 9 -6:30 pm at Sand Harbor amphitheater.  Trails & Vistas World Concert A Peace Project of Truckee Tahoe

Sept. 13. Learn about the Co-Housing movement to provide affordable housing that is also sustainable. 6:30 at the Truckee Community Center.

Sept. 15.  Guitar Strings vs Chicken Wings. Squaw Valley. Bands and restaurants will square off against each other in an effort to raise funds and awareness for the Tahoe Institute for Natural Sciences. 5- 9:30 pm. Squaw Valley Events

Sept. 16 – Carson City Ghost Walk. Evening tour. Relive Victorian Era Carson City history on this guided tour. carsoncityghostwalk.com

Sept. 16 – Conversations with History at Donner Memorial Park. sierrastateparks.org

Sept. 21 – Stateline, NV holds their SeptOberfest on Thursday,  at 6pm at the Mont-Bleu Resort Casino. Featuring a German Buffet, Biergarten, wine tasting, music, dancing and more. $45. To reserve tickets go to tahoesierrakiwanis.org

Sept 23 – Squaw Valley is hosting their annual Oktoberfest on Saturday,  from 2 to 6pm at the Village. Serving up Beers and Brats, with live music and games of the season. squawalpine.com/events

Sept. 23 – University of Nevada Farm to Fork Dinner. 5pm. Enjoy an elegant dinner featuring deliciously local food prepared in partnership with Liberty Food & Wine Exchange. Connect with Nevada’s budding agriculture community of growers, supporters, partners, and students.

Sept. 23 & 24 – Genoa Candy Dance Faire – A local favorite since 1919!  from 9am-5pm. Nestled into the foothills of the eastern side of the Sierra’s is the quaint little town of Genoa. This long running local Arts and Crafts Fair features over 300 craft booths and food vendors. Live music. www.genoanevada.org/candydancefaire

Sept. 25. Join Lake Tahoe Master Gardeners and UC Davis TERC to learn about the tricks of the trade in growing garlic and onions in the Sierras. Starts at 5:30 at the Tahoe City Field Station.

Sept 29 -Oct. 1. – The Celtic Festival. The Nevada County Fairgrounds, Grass Valley, CA.   kvmrcelticfestival.org

Sept. 30 – Carson City Ghost Walk. Evening tour. Relive Victorian Era Carson City history on this guided tour. carsoncityghostwalk.com

 

 

 

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Through August 12 –  Our 2017 season starts off with 52 national and international musicians performing the beloved Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue and continues for three weeks with renowned soloists and performances designed to enrich, engage and entertain. All concerts take place at Lake Tahoe, Incline Village, Nevada, on the Sierra Nevada College Campus unless otherwise noted. classicaltahoe.org

Through Aug. 21: – Shakespeare at Sand Harbor – Incline Village, NV.  The Comedy of Errors and Forever Plaid are the two plays. In addition, every Monday Night is a different special performance at the venue. Check the calendar on their website for details.

August 1 – Classical Tahoe.  “Meet the Music, Meet the Musicians”. A Fiddler’s Tale composed by Wynton Marsalis, at 7:00 p.m.   JetBlue Pavilion at Sierra Nevada College, Incline Village, NV. classicaltahoe.org

August 3 – Outdoor movie night at Squaw Valley every Thursday. 8:30 pm. Lego Batman squawalpine.com 

August 4 – Classical Tahoe. “What it Means to be Human”. Milhaud: Le Boeuf sur le toit (“The Cow on the Roof”), Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings, Beethoven: Symphony No. 3, “Eroica”. 7pm at the JetBlue Pavilion at Sierra Nevada College, Incline Village, NV. classicaltahoe.org

August 4- 5  – Hot August Nights in Virginia City. Fast cars, concerts, music, food and fun. Reno’s annual event. hotaugustnights.net

August 5 – Classical Tahoe. Mozart: Overture to Così fan tutte. Various operatic arias sung by four Adler Fellows from the San Francisco Opera.
Semi-staged opera scenes from Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro, Così fan tutte, and Don Giovanni.  7pm at the JetBlue Pavilion at Sierra Nevada College, Incline Village, NV. classicaltahoe.org

August 6 – Classical Tahoe from 10:30 aM to 1 PM. Cocktail Brunch & Chamber Concert at NMA’s Nightingale Sky Room. Nevada Museum of Art. Ligeti: Six Bagatelles for Woodwind Quintet, Mendelssohn: Octet for Strings. Reno, NV. classicaltahoe.org

Aug. 7 – Full Moon Kayak Tour. Cruise the shore of Sugar Pine Point. 7 pm. $40 includes Kayak rental. sierrastateparks.org

August 7 – Shakespeare at Sand Harbor Monday night showcase series. 7:30 pm.  Reno Philharmonic Bravo on The Beach: Out of This World.  

August 8 – Classical Tahoe. Meet the Music, Meet the Musicians. Mozart: Flute Quartet no. 1. Dvorak: Piano Quintet. At 7:00 p.m.   JetBlue Pavilion at Sierra Nevada College, Incline Village, NV. classicaltahoe.org

August 8 – 13 – Hot August Nights in Reno/Sparks. Fast cars, concerts, music, food and fun. Reno’s annual event. hotaugustnights.net

August 10– Conversations with History, Living at Vikingsholm 5-7:30 pm. sierrastateparks.org

August 10– Outdoor movie night at Squaw Valley every Thursday. 8:30 pm. Ghostbusters. squawalpine.com 

August 11 –  Classical Tahoe. Mendelssohn: Sinfonia No. 4, Leshnoff: Concerto for violin and orchestra. Itamar Zorman, violin. Falla: El amor brujo ballet suite. At 7:00 p.m.   JetBlue Pavilion at Sierra Nevada College, Incline Village, NV. classicaltahoe.org

Aug. 11 & 12 – Concours d’Elegance (Annual Wooden Boat Show) Obexer’s Boat Company, Homewood, CA. laketahoeconcours.com

Aug. 11-13 – Sierra School of the Performing Arts presents The Sound of Music.   Hawkins Amphitheater at Bartley Ranch, Reno NV. Gates open at 6:45, show starts at 7:30pm.  washoecounty.us/parks

August 12 Classical Tahoe.  Kodaly: Summer Evening. Villa Lobos: Ciranda das sete notas. Whitney Crockett, bassoon.
Beethoven: Concerto for violin and orchestra. Itamar Zorman, violinAt 7:00 p.m.   JetBlue Pavilion at Sierra Nevada College, Incline Village, NV. classicaltahoe.org

August 12 – Concert: Joan Jett and the Blackhearts at the Grand Sierra Resort.  Pablo Cruise at Victorian Square. Part of the Hot August Nights event. hotaugustnights.net/entertainment

August 12 & 13 – Brews, Jazz and Funk Fest. Festival-goers can enjoy a large selection of brews, as well as an incredible line-up of music both days on two stages, from 2-8pm. squawalpine.com

August 14 – Shakespeare at Sand Harbor Monday night showcase series, 7:30 pm.  Alexander Hamilton An Interactive Historical Experience

August 15 – Lake Tahoe Music Festival.  5 concerts consisting of music, ballet, food, and wine. Bring your picnic, low-back lawn chair, and wine for a wonderful evening of beautiful music and dance. Sugar Pine Point, Tahoma. www.tahoemusic.org

August 16. Family and Youth open rehearsal, Maritime Museum, Tahoe City. www.tahoemusic.org

August 16 – Concert: An Evening with The Who. South Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harvey’s. www.caesars.com/harveys-tahoe/shows

August 17 – Outdoor movie night at Squaw Valley every Thursday. 8:30 pm. Rogue One. squawalpine.com 

August 17. Lake Tahoe Music Festival.  5 concerts consisting of music, ballet, food, and wine. Bring your picnic, low-back lawn chair, and wine for a wonderful evening of beautiful music and dance. West Shore Café, Homewood.  www.tahoemusic.org

August 17– Wine and Wisdom. Fashions of the 30’s. 5-7:30pm at Sugar Pine Point. sierrastateparks.org

Aug. 17-18 – Sierra School of the Performing Arts presents The Sound of Music.   Hawkins Amphitheater at Bartley Ranch, Reno NV. Gates open at 6:45, show starts at 7:30pm.  washoecounty.us/parks

August 18. Lake Tahoe Music Festival.  5 concerts consisting of music, ballet, food, and wine. Bring your picnic, low-back lawn chair, and wine for a wonderful evening of beautiful music and dance.West End Beach, Donner Lake, Truckee.  www.tahoemusic.org

August 19.  Lake Tahoe Music Festival.  5 concerts consisting of music, ballet, food, and wine. Bring your picnic, low-back lawn chair, and wine for a wonderful evening of beautiful music and dance.Gatekeeper’s Museum, Tahoe City. www.tahoemusic.org

August 19 – Wine and Ribs Fundraiser. Food during the day, Music and Concert after.   Hawkins Amphitheater at Bartley Ranch, Reno NV.  washoecounty.us/parks

August 20. Lake Tahoe Music Festival.  5 concerts consisting of music, ballet, food, and wine. Bring your picnic, low-back lawn chair, and wine for a wonderful evening of beautiful music and dance. PJ’s at Gray’s Crossing, Truckee.  www.tahoemusic.org

August 20– Vikingsholm BBQ, Emerald Bay Resort. 5-7:30pm. . sierrastateparks.org

August 20– Sierra School of the Performing Arts presents The Sound of Music.   Hawkins Amphitheater at Bartley Ranch, Reno NV. Gates open at 6:45, show starts at 7:30pm.  washoecounty.us/parks

August 21 – Shakespeare at Sand Harbor Monday night showcase series, 7:30 pm.   Prim Jazz Night White Hot Summer Groove featuring Peter White and Euge Groove

August 21– Solar Eclipse viewing party.  Sugar Pine Point 9:45- 11:45 am. sierrastateparks.org

August 24 – Outdoor movie night at Squaw Valley every Thursday. 8:30 pm. Power Rangers. squawalpine.com 

Aug. 25-26 – Sierra School of the Performing Arts presents The Sound of Music.   Hawkins Amphitheater at Bartley Ranch, Reno NV. Gates open at 6:45, show starts at 7:30pm.  washoecounty.us/parks

August 27. Donner Hoedown. A free, family friendly afternoon with live music, food and beer vendors, and fun interpretive activities for the whole family. 11 am to 4 pm. Donner Memorial Park.  sierrastateparks.org

August 31 – Outdoor movie night at Squaw Valley every Thursday. 8:30 pm. Storks. squawalpine.com 

 

 

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July 1 – 30 – Reno celebrates the arts through the month of July. Check their calendar for all the events for Artown! www.renoisartown.com/event

July 1-10 – Toccata Bops! Broadway, Opera, Pops. Various venues at Tahoe/Reno/Carson. For more info: toccatatahoe.org

July 1  – Toccata Bops! Broadway, Opera, Pops.  7- 9 pm at the Hawkins Theater at Bartley Ranch, Reno. washoecounty.us/parks

July 1 – Beerfest and Bluegrass at Northstar. . Beer tasting from 3 -7 pm from over 25 breweries. northstarcalifornia.com

July 1 and 2 – Meeks Bay Fire Department and Sierra State Parks annual pancake breakfast at the firehouse. meeksbayfire.com 

July 1 – 4 – Squaw Valley Freedom Fest. Celebrate summer skiing and the 4th of July with a music, food, ski festival and fireworks on July 3rd at Squaw Valley!

July 1-4 – Pacific Fine Arts Festival at Homewood Mountain Resort from 10 am – 5 pm.

July 1 – 4 – Incline celebrates the 4th with their annual Red, White and Tahoe Blue event. A parade, duck races, fireworks on the 4th on Incline Beach while listening to the Marine Band of Sand Diego. Pancake breakfast, Beer & Brats, Rotary Duck Races, Wine & Cheese, and more, redwhitetahoeblue.org

July 2 – Toccata Bops.  Broadway, Opera, Pops. Red White and Tahoe Blue 7 – 9 pm on the Incline Village Green. toccatatahoe.org

July 2 – Concert: Sammy Hagar and the Circle. South Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harvey’s. www.caesars.com/harveys-tahoe/shows

July 3 – Beach Party and Fireworks Display at Kings Beach. Food vendors, sand caste building, watermelon and music. Fireworks start at 9:30 pm. GoTahoeNorth

July 3 – Fireworks at Squaw Valley. Squaw Valley!

July 3 – Monday Night Music Series: Clint Holmes.  Hawkins Amphitheater at Bartley Ranch, Reno NV. Gates open at 6, show starts at 7:30pm.  washoecounty.us/parks

July 4 – Fourth of July in Truckee.
Truckee Fire Dept Pancake Breakfast is from 7 – 10 am.
Firecracker Mile
Annual Parade in Downtown Truckee at 10 am.
West End Beach at Donner Lake fun in the sun in the afternoon and Fireworks at 9:30 pm.  truckee.com

July 4 – Tahoe City. Ginormous Fireworks Show and family Beach Day. Commons Beach. Festivities all day starting at noon and fireworks show at 9:30 pm. visittahoecity.org

July 4 – SOUTH LAKE TAHOE – Lights on the Lake.  Spectacular sky rocket array while synchronized to pop rock favorites at 9:45 pm. TahoeSouth.com

July 7 – Reno Pops Orchestra.   Hawkins Amphitheater at Bartley Ranch, Reno NV. Gates open at 6, show starts at 7:30pm.  washoecounty.us/parks

July 8 – Truckee Tahoe Airshow and Family Festival 9am to 4 pm. truckeetahoeairshow.com

July 8 – Pops on the River. Pops on the Rocks. Reno Philharmonic at Wingfield Park in downtown Reno. renophil.com

July 8-9 – Art, Wine & Music Festival – Two day even showcases artists, craft makers, performers and musicians along with sine tasting from regional vineyards. squawalpine.com

July 8- Aug. 27: – Shakespeare at Sand Harbor – Incline Village, NV.  The Shakespeare at Sand Harbor 2017 season kicks off tonight and goes through August. Love’s Labors Lost and The Hounds of the Baskervilles are the two plays. In addition, every Monday Night is a different special performance at the venue. Check the calendar on their website for details.

July 9 – Concert: Train.  South Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harvey’s. www.caesars.com/harveys-tahoe/shows

July 10 –  Monday Night Music Series: Bumper Jacksons.  Hawkins Amphitheater at Bartley Ranch, Reno NV. Gates open at 6, show starts at 7:30pm.  washoecounty.us/parks

July 13 – Summer Soiree Under the Stars – The Revolution (the original band formed by Prince). Hawkins Amphitheater at Bartley Ranch, Reno NV Gates open at 6. Concert starts at 7:30pm. washoecounty.us/parks

July 14 – America – The classic rock band comes to Reno. Concert at 8 pm at the Silver Legacy Casino. silverlegacyreno.com

July 14 – Concert: Lenny Kravitz. South Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harvey’s. www.caesars.com/harveys-tahoe/shows

July 14-18 – Wanderlust Festival. Squaw Valley. Yoga. Music. Nature. Wanderlust is a one-of-a-kind festival bringing together the world’s best yoga and wellness teachers. squawalpine.com

July 14 – 15 – Music in the Castle. Drive down to Vikingsholm for a very special evening of live music and a twilight hors d’oeuvres and wine reception in the courtyard from 5 to 7:30 pm. sierrastateparks.org

July 14 & 15 – AVA Ballet, Hawkins Amphitheater at Bartley Ranch, Reno NV. Gates open at 7, show starts at 8:30pm. washoecounty.us/parks

July 16 – Concert: Third Eye Blind. South Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harvey’s. www.caesars.com/harveys-tahoe/shows

July 16 – Reno Youth Orchestra.  Hawkins Amphitheater at Bartley Ranch, Reno NV. Gates open at 6, show starts at 7:30pm.  washoecounty.us/parks

July 17 –    Reno Philharmonic Bravo on the Beach: Reno Phil Rocks Tahoe! 7:30 pm.  Part of  Shakespeare at Sand Harbor – Incline Village, NV.

July 17  – Monday Night Music Series: Hot Club of Cowtown.  Hawkins Amphitheater at Bartley Ranch, Reno NV. Gates open at 6, show starts at 7:30pm.  washoecounty.us/parks

July 19 – Conversations with History (Vikingsholm) 5- 7:30 pm. sierrastateparks.org

July 20 – Concert: Summer Soiree Under the Stars:  An Evening with Randy Newman. Hawkins Amphitheater at Bartley Ranch, Reno NV. Gates open at 6, show starts at 7:30pm.  washoecounty.us/parks

July 22 – Conversations with History. An Evening with Jerry Blackwill 5- 7:30 pm at Donner Memorial State Park in Truckee. sierrastateparks.org

July 24 –  Sierra Nevada Ballet: Sleeping Beauty at Sand Harbor laketahoeshakespeare.com

July 24 – Monday Night Music Series: SHUFFLE Concert.  Hawkins Amphitheater at Bartley Ranch, Reno NV. Gates open at 6, show starts at 7:30pm.  washoecounty.us/parks

July 25 – Concert: Summer Soiree Under the Stars:  An Evening with Che Malambo. Hawkins Amphitheater at Bartley Ranch, Reno NV. Gates open at 6, show starts at 7:30pm.  washoecounty.us/parks

July 27 – Monday Night Music Series: The Steeldrivers.  Hawkins Amphitheater at Bartley Ranch, Reno NV. Gates open at 6, show starts at 7:30pm.  washoecounty.us/parks

July 28– Dinner in the Mansion. Win a catered dinner for you and 7 of your guests at the Ehrman Mansion in Sugar Pine Point state park.   sierrastateparks.org

July 28 & 29 – Concert: Jack Johnson. South Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harvey’s. www.caesars.com/harveys-tahoe/shows

July 28- Aug 12 – Classical Tahoe. Experience a virtuoso orchestra of musicians from the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony, Seattle Symphony, LA Phil, Reno Phil and more. At Sierra Nevada College Campus, Incline Village NV (unless otherwise noted) Various times and programs. classicaltahoe.org

July 30. Birthday, Burgers, Bluegrass and Beers at Sugar Pine Point State Park. Celebrate the 175th birthday of Isaias W. Hellman with live Blue Grass music, burgers, beers from Sierra Nevada Brewery and cake!6-9 pm.  sierrastateparks.org

July 31Reno Jazz Orchestra Roots in the Blues 7:30 pm.  Part of  Shakespeare at Sand Harbor – Incline Village, NV.

 

July   –  Lake of the Sky Garden Tour – sadly will not have an event this year. See you in 2018. californiagardenclubs.com – lake-sky-garden-club

 

 

 

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June 1 – Village Green Bird Walks – Incline Village. 7:30 – 9 am. Meet at Aspen Grove parking lot. 775-298-0067

June 2-4 – Street Vibrations Spring Rally. Reno and Virginia City. roadshowsreno.com

June 3 – Paula Poundstone at the Pioneer Center, Reno NV. pioneercenter.com

June 3 – Truckee Day! It’s time for the annual Truckee spring cleaning event. www.truckeeday.org

June 3 – 3rd Annual Donner Memorial State Park Visitor Center Night at the Museum Gala. Event starts at 6pm. $150 per person. For more information: sierrastateparks.org

June 3 –  Tahoe City Clean Up Day.  8:30 – noon. Clean Up Day takes place annually on the first Saturday of June RAIN OR SHINE in Tahoe City.  Help us make town sparkle.

June 4 – 26th Annual America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride circumnavigates Lake Tahoe in one day. Hosted by Bike the West and Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. bikethewest.com

June 8– Village Green Bird Walks – Incline Village. 7:30 – 9 am. Meet at Aspen Grove parking lot. 775-298-0067

June 8-11 – Young Frankenstein.  put on by the Truckee Community Theater at the Community Arts Center on Church Street. TruckeeCommunityTheater.com

June 8- 11 – Nevada State Fair. Mills Park, Carson City, NV.   nevadastatefair.org

June 10 – 18. Mozart in the Mountains.  Concertos at various venues in the area. toccatatahoe.com

June 10 – Truckee Brew Fest. 1-5 pm at Truckee Regional Park. truckeeoptimist.com

June 10 – Taste of the Comstock. Sample Virginia City’s finest fare in the spirit of the area’s heyday, when silver mining was king and riches flowed freely. visitvirginiacitynv.com

June 11 –  ‘Young Chautauqua’ at the Hawkins Theater at Bartley Ranch, Reno. Gates open at 1 – 9 pm. www.washoecounty.us

June 11 – Maker Show. Truckee Roundhouse features local artists and food and beverages from local restaurants. At the Truckee Tahoe Airport.  truckeeroundhouse.org

June 11 – Art in Motion Spring Recital. Pioneer Center, Reno NV. pioneercenter.com

June 11 – 18 – Toccata, Mozart in the Mountains. Various times and venues in Reno/Carson/Tahoe. toccatatahoe.com

June 15 – Private Historical Tour, Truckee. Sierra State Parks Foundation tour of Statewide Museum Collections Center and Folsom Power Plant. Transportation and lunch provided with ticket price. 9 am to 5 pm. Meet at Donner Memorial State Park. sierrastateparks.org

June 15 -18 –  Tahoe City Solstice Festival. Artisan food and wine, music, lake and local shop events.

June 15-24Reno Rodeo. Bull riding, food, music, carnival and vendors.

June 16-18 – Stewart Father’s Day Pow Wow. – Experience native American heritage history and pride and the former Stewart Indian School. Over 200 dancers, arts and crafts, food and other fair. stewartindianschool.com

June 16 – 20 – Cycle the Sierra. Five day, 300 mile loop will travel through Tahoe and the Gold Rush Country. cyclethesierra.com

June 17 & 18 – Annual Peaks and Paws event at the Village at Squaw Valley. Family fun, music, food and beverages and adoptable pets. SquawAlpine.com

June 17 – 25 – Alpenglow Mountain Festival Summer. More than 50 events. Yoga, clinics, guided hikes and more. alpenglowsports.com

June 18 – Sign up for Bocce Ball Leagues at Truckee River Winery. League nights are Sunday, Monday and Tuesday nights at 5:30 or 7:15. truckeeriverwinery.com

June 24- July 1. Squaw Valley Community of Writers Workshop. squawalpine.com

June 24 -25 – Summer Music Series at Squaw Valley. 1 to 4 pm in the Village. squawalpine.com

June 25 – Concert: An Evening with Paul Simon. South Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harvey’s. www.caesars.com/harveys-tahoe/shows

June 28 – Glamour and Grit Tea Party Fashion Show. 2-4 pm at Sugar Pine State Park. sierrastateparks.org

June 30 – Reno is Artown – Opening Night Jubilee at Downtown Reno. Art fair at the Arlington Bridge, Live music at Wingfield Park and more. Reno celebrates the arts through the month of July. Check their calendar for all the events for Artown! www.renoisartown.com/event

 

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May 4 – Village Green Bird Walks – Incline Village. 7:30 – 9 am. Meet at Aspen Grove parking lot. 775-298-0067

May 5 – Cinco de Mayo Party at the Village at Squaw Valley.

May 6 – 27th Annual Cushing’s Crossing, Squaw Valley. 1pm. Watch all the pond skimming fun in all of it’s crazy glory. For more info: squawalpine.com/events-things-do/26th-annual-cushing-crossing

May 6 – Greek Festival at Mourelatos Lakeshore Resort in Tahoe Vista. Glendi Greek Festival starts at 6:30 pm.  Greek dancers, music food and drink. $10

May 6-7 – AVA Ballet presenst Coppelia. Pioneer Center, Reno  NV. Pioneercenter.com

May 10 – Village Green Bird Walks – Incline Village. 7:30 – 9 am. Meet at Aspen Grove parking lot. 775-298-0067

May 11 –  Flower Moon hike and wine. Wine and cheese social starting at 6 pm. 1 mile moderate hike to Crystal Bay lookout. RSVP yourtahoeplace.com  877.468.4397

May 11 – Village Green Bird Walks – Incline Village. 7:30 – 9 am. Meet at Aspen Grove parking lot. 775-298-0067

May 11-12 –  Amgen Tour of California. Lake Tahoe. Tour De France style cycling road race. amgentourof california.com

May 13-14 – Reno River Festival. Truckee River Whitewater Park. Food, music, kayaking, merchandise and more. renoriverfestival.com

May 18 – Village Green Bird Walks – Incline Village. 7:30 – 9 am. Meet at Aspen Grove parking lot. 775-298-0067

May 18 – Oct. 12 – Tahoe City Farmer’s Market, Commons Beach. Every Thursday morning. www.tahoecityfarmersmarket.com

May 19 – 20 – Spring Wings Bird Festival, Fallon NV. Bird and wildlife tours in the Lohantan Valley Wetlands and Stillwater Wildlife Refuge. springwings.org

May 19 & 20. Hot August Nights Spring Fever Revival. Various Reno Venues. Rock and roll, classic cars, memorabilia, food and drink. HotAugustNights.net

May 19-21 – Restorative Arts and Yoga Festival. Two days of workshops and classes. Granlibakken.com

May 19-21 – Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella. Pioneer center, Reno NV. pioneercenter.com

May 20-21 – Chili on the Comstock. Sample Virginia City’s finest chili on C street, with live music, The Fireball Saloon Crawl and 5K run. visitvirginiacitynv.com

 

May 25 – Village Green Bird Walks – Incline Village. 7:30 – 9 am. Meet at Aspen Grove parking lot. 775-298-0067

May 26-29 – Opening Day at the Lake. Restaurant deck parties, Museum Tours and beach openings, Tahoe Tree Co. truckload sale and more. visittahoecity.org

May 26 – Tahoe Maritime Museum Summer Launch Party/Exhibit at their new location in Tahoe City in the former Tahoe Tree Company building.

May 27 & 28 – The Little Big Bike Festival. Truckee Bike Park. Featuring clinics, races and jump jam truckeebikepark.org

May 27 & 28 – Truckee Home Building Show. Open 10am – 5pm. $6 admission at the Truckee High School. www.truckeehomeshow.com

May 27-29 – Made in Tahoe Festival. Squaw Valley Village hosts a weekend of music, food and local artists.  SquawAlpine.com

May 28 – Annual Plumpjack Pig Roast. 12 pm. squawalpine.com

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April 1-2 – Winter Wondergrass Celebration at Squaw Valley. 1:45 to 10pm. Festival full of bluegrass music and breweries. squawalpine.com/winterwondergrass-tahoe

April 8-9. Spring Music Series at Alpine Meadows. Free music from 1-4pm.  squawalpine.com/events

April 14 – Mindful X-Country Skiing. Every Friday at Hope Valley. $20 from 3:00-4:00 pm. hopevalleycrosscountry.com

April 15 – Easter Egg Hunts in the Tahoe/Truckee Basin – Tahoe City’s Commons Beach at 10 am. Truckee River Regional Park at 11:30 am. Incline Village Recreational Center at 11 am.

April 15 – Moonlight Snowshoe Tour and Dinner.  Begins at 5:30pm at Alpine Meadows. squawalpine.com/moonlit-snowshoe-tour

April 15-16. Spring Music Series at Alpine Meadows. Free Music from 1-4pm.  squawalpine.com/events

April 15 – 23.  National Park Week. Admission to our national parks are FREE during this week. For more info: www.nps.gov/findapark/national-park-week

April 19- 6pm – Housing Workshop #3. Help the Town of Truckee prioritize future housing programs and policies. www.townoftruckee.com

April 19 – 5 to 8pm.  Fixit Clinic. Bring your broken household items (clothing, electronics, small appliances, bikes, wooden items, jewelry) and work with a Fixit Coach to repair it at our Inaugural Fixit Clinic. This is a FREE event, open to all ages. Truckee Roundhouse. TownofTruckee.com

April 21 – Mindful X-Country Skiing. Every Friday at Hope Valley. $20 from 3:00-4:00 pm. hopevalleycrosscountry.com

April 21-13 – Bridge to Terabithia put on by the Truckee Community Theater at the Community Arts Center on Church Street. TruckeeCommunityTheater.com

April 22 – Tahoe Truckee Earth Day Celebration. 11 – 5pm at Squaw Valley. Truckee Tahoe Earth Day gives participants the opportunity to learn about earth-friendly practices including recycling, composting, alternative energy and sustainability. Event Schedule: squawalpine.com/earth-day

April 23 – Naturalist Hikes in Hope Valley. 3-4:00pm every Sunday. $20. hopevalleycrosscountry.com

April 23-25 – Classic Six presents ‘Infinity’. Pioneer Center, Reno NV. PioneerCenter.com

April 25 – 30 – Reno Xtreme Barrel Race. Reno Sparks Livestock Events Center. burnsevents.com

April 27 – 29 – Reno Jazz Festival at the UNR Campus. unr.edu/rjf/

April 28 – Mindful X-Country Skiing. Every Friday at Hope Valley. $20 from 3:00-4:00 pm. hopevalleycrosscountry.com

April 28 – 30 – Genoa Cowboy Festival. genoacowboyfestival.org

April 28-29 – The Illusionists. Pioneer Center, Reno NV. PioneerCenter.com

April 30 –  Slow Food Lake Tahoe is hosting an organic gardening workshop at the Truckee Demonstration Garden at the Truckee River Regional State Park. Visit slowfoodlaketahoe.org

April 29 – Dine the District Food Tour. The riverwalk dining district, Reno NV. 1 – 4 pm. Tickets and info at RenoRiver.org or 775-825-WALK

April 29 – 8 – 11am. Mountain Housing Council of Tahoe Truckee Community Housing Event.  www.eventbrite.com/e/public-housing-event

April 29 – Moonlight Snowshoe Tour and Dinner.  Begins at 5:30pm at Alpine Meadows. squawalpine.com/moonlit-snowshoe-tour

April 30 – Naturalist Hikes in Hope Valley. 3-4:00 pm every Sunday. $20. hopevalleycrosscountry.com

 

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March 3-12. – SNOWFEST –  North Lake Tahoe’s Annual Winter Festival. Fireworks. Gar Woods Polar Bear Swim, Queen Carnival. Parades, Extreme Competitions, Entertainment, Local Restaurant Events. 530-583-7167.  For a full list of events throughout the week, visit: www.TahoeSnowFest.org

March 5 – The Great Ski Race – . Tahoe’s premier Cross Country Ski Area. It starts on Dollar Hill near Tahoe City to the Cottonwood Restaurant above downtown Truckee. thegreatskirace.com 

March 5 – Sunnyside Resort’s Annual Hawaiian Pig Roast. On the West Shore from 4 – 8:30pm. sunnysideresort.com/events

March 6 – Za’s 3rd Annual Clam Bake. 5-8pm in Tahoe City. www.TahoeSnowFest.org

March 7 – Sunnyside Resort’s  BBQ Night. $20 while it lasts and $5 draft beers. sunnysideresort.com/events

March 8 – Wine ‘n Ice at Truckee River Winery. . 12-7pm. 10 teams compete to sculpt 300 pound blocks of ice. Live music, food and winter games. www.TahoeSnowFest.org

March 8. Sunnyside 1/2 price fish taco night. sunnysideresort.com/events

March 9 -12  Audi FIS Ski World Cup – Squaw Valley. squawalpine.com/worldcup

March 10  – . Bridgetender RibFest. 5-9pm. Tahoe City at Fanny Bridge.

March 10 – Community Snowshoe Full Moon Hike to Diamond Peak’s Snowflake Lodge. Meet at the main lodge at 5pm. RSVP. 775-832-1310

March 10 – Preserving History Winter Lecture Series at 5pm. Learn about local stories and our penchant for antique wooden boats. Free. Tahoe Maritime Museum in Tahoe City

Sat, Mar 18, 2017 – Moonlight Snowshoe Tour and Dinner. Alpine Meadows. 5:30 pm. squawalpine.com/events

March 18-19. Beer and Gear at Homewood Ski Resort. Demos, live music beer tasting

March 30 – Let It Be. A Celebration of the Music of the Beatles. 7:30pm at the Pioneer Center, Reno. pioneercenter.com/all-events/event/let-it-be/

March 30 – Winter WonderGrass Tram to table dinner and music. 5:30 at Squaw Valley. squawalpine.com/events

March 30-April 2 – Winter Wonder Grass – Yearly event for live bluegrass. Locally sourced Food and craft beer and wine. The Village at Squaw Valley. squawalpine.com/events

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Through January 22 – A Shared Legacy. Folk Art in America. Nevada Museum of Art. www.nevadaart.org

January 6 – Alpine Meadows hosts the world’s largest ski and snowboard lesson from 8am – to 1pm. squawalpine.com/events-things-do/worlds-largest-lesson

January 6 and 7. Spirited Dinner Party. Stella at Cedar House, Truckee. Nordic Adventure Pop Up Dinner. CedarHouseSportHotel.com

January 6th. Sled Under Lights. Tahoe Donner. Tubing starts at 5:30pm at the Tahoe Donner Snow Play area. www.tahoedonner.com/snowplay

January 12 – Moonlight Trek. Snowshoe under the stars. 4:30 – 7:30pm. Tahoe Adventure Company, Tahoe Vista. www.tahoeadventurecompany.com/winteradventures

January 14-15: Moonlight Snowshoe Tour and Dinner. Squaw Valley. 5:30pm. squawalpine.com/events

Jan. 24-29 – Motown, The Musical. Pioneer Center, Reno NV. pioneercenter.com

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THINK OF ME, LYNN RICHARDSON, FOR ALL OF YOUR LAKE TAHOE AND TRUCKEE REAL ESTATE NEEDS!

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THINK OF ME, LYNN RICHARDSON, FOR ALL OF YOUR LAKE TAHOE AND TRUCKEE REAL ESTATE NEEDS!

 

 

EVERY TUESDAY 

Truckee Farmers Market through Oct. 17. 8 am to 1 pm at the Truckee Regional Park

South Lake Tahoe Farmer’s Market 8 am – 1 pm until Oct. 10 at the American Legion Hall parking lot. eldoradofamersmarket.com

Bluesdays Tuesdays Free Music at the Village in Squaw Valley starting June 13 from 6 – 8:30 pm. squawalpine.com/events

 

EVERY WEDNESDAY

Stateline Farmer’s Market through Sept. 13 from 4-7pm at Kahle Community Park, 236 Kingsbury Grade, Stateline. laketahoemarkets.com

Music in the Park – Free Music at the Truckee River Regional Park starting June 21 through August from 6:30 – 8  pm. Truckee Music in the Park

 

EVERY THURSDAY

Truckee Thursdays – street fair, music and block party in historic downtown from 5 to 8:30 pm. truckeethursdays.com

Tahoe City Farmer’s Market from 8 am to 1 pm on Commons Beach until Oct. 12. tahoecityfarmersmarket.com

Incline Farmer’s Market through Sept. 13 from 4-7 pm at  the Library Parking Lot, 845 Alder Avenue
Incline Village, NV . laketahoemarkets.com 

Live at Lakeview music on the beach at South Lake Tahoe

Free Outdoor Movie Night at Squaw Valley starting July 6th. squawalpine.com/events

 

EVERY FRIDAY 

Ski Run Farmers Market from 3-8 pm on Ski Run Blvd. in South Lake Tahoe through August. Skirunfarmersmarket.com

Music on the Beach – free music at Kings Beach State Park Recreation Area.  6 – 8:30 pm. northtahoebusiness.org

Romano’s Farmer’s Market in Beckwourth from 10am to 2pm until Sept. 9. sierravalleyfarms.com

Free Family Movie Night at Northwoods Clubhouse in Tahoe Donner at 6:30 pm.  530-582-9669

 

EVERY SUNDAY

Truckee Community Farmer’s Market by Slow Food Lake Tahoe from 10 am to 2 pm until Sept. 24 at the Coffee Bar Bakery parking lot. truckeefarmersmarket.org

Concerts on the Commons – Free music at Commons beach in Tahoe City. Free music from 3 or 4 to 7 pm every Sunday. (check the schedule for times and bands.)  concertsatcommonsbeach.com

 

SHAKESPEARE AT SAND HARBOR

July 8- Aug. 27: – Shakespeare at Sand Harbor – Incline Village, NV.  The Shakespeare at Sand Harbor 2017 season kicks off tonight and goes through August. Love’s Labors Lost and The Hounds of the Baskervilles are the two plays. In addition, every Monday Night is a different special performance at the venue. Check the calendar on their website for details.

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