Check Out Some Live Music!

Friday 14th:

Truckee/Cottonwood~Bourgeois Gypsies 7 pm

Tahoe City/Jake’s on the Lake~Emily Tessmer 7 pm

Crystal Bay Club~Martin Sexton Band 10 pm

Tahoe Biltmore~The Robeys 10 pm

Saturday 15th:

Crystal Bay Club~Tea Leaf Green 9 pm

Tahoe City/Jake’s on the Lake~Blue’s Music 9 pm

Crystal Bay Club~Purple Haze 10 pm

Friday January 14th

Homewood Season Pass Holders Party

Kick off the 10/11 season at Homewood’s South Lodge. Gather for your ski party exclusive to pass holders. Listen to live music and enjoy a variety of delicious, hearty appetizers.

Saturday January 15th

Donner Party Snowshoe Hike

11- 12pm Donner Memorial State Park .Bring your snowshoes and meet at the flagpole in front of the Emigrant Trail Museum for a snowshoe tour of Donner Party historical sites in the park. 530-582-7892

Ice Bar Kickoff Party

12 – 3:30pm located at the base of Sherwood Chair at Alpine Meadows live on-snow music, and casual inviting ambiance usually reserved for the beach. Barbecued bratwurst, the hula-hoop contest, or dance to great DJ sounds emanating from the one and only snow cat sound system hybrid, the Alpine Bandwagon.

T.T.S.O. and Chorus is Going Baroque!

7 – 9pm St. Patrick’s Church Incline Village, NV  Handel is Organ Concerto Opus 4 #5, Teleman’s Trumpet Concerto in D minor, Vivaldi’s Concerto for 2 Violins in A minor, and the Bach Cantata #4. Tickets are $25 adults, $20 seniors, and $15 students.

Sunday January 16th

Squaw Valley Institute Presents: Tahoe’s Culture Resort at Squaw Creek. 7 pm. $10 donation. Scott Lankford tells how Tahoe changed, ancient times and Washoe Indian legends until recent history.

Tahoe Donner Wii Night

6:30pm Want to play golf, race a go cart or even sky dive this winter? You can for free every Sunday as part of our Nintendo Wii Night. Challenge other players and pick from a variety of Wii games to play on our 120″ screen.

Full Moon Show Shoe Tour in Tahoe Vista

Adventure through the brisk mountain air and wintery forest. As we travel by moonlight, guides will discuss Natural History and Astronomy topics. Hot drinks, snacks, gear, permit fees and guides. Reservations required.

On March 5th 2010, Grant Korgan suffered an L1 Burst fracture, leaving him paralyzed from the waist down. Donate directly to Grant’s recovery so we can all go back out into the mountains with him. To donate click here!

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