Lake Tahoe is warming up with sunny skies expected all week capping off with a wonderful weekend of mid-70s.
Calling all bird watchers! The Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences in Incline Village is hosting “Osprey in the Sierra Nevada” Thursday, May 14, 6 p.m. Lisa Fields, an environmental scientist with the Sierra District of California State Parks, discusses the osprey, a fish-eating bird, and those that nest at Donner Lake, Lake Tahoe and Mono Lake. A $5 per person donation is requested.
Dust off your golf clubs. Northstar-at-Tahoe in Truckee opens its driving range Friday, May 15 and all 18 holes on its golf course on May 22 just in time for the Memorial Weekend holiday.
As part of Nevada Historic Preservation month, the Thunderbird Lodge National Historic Site hosts an open house Saturday, May 16 with guided tours of the property including its exclusive 600-foot tunnel. Located just minutes from Incline Village, tours begin at 10 a.m. and advanced registration is required. Cost is $20 per person.
The Spring Paddle (Kayak) Day at Sand Harbor State Park is set for Saturday, May 16. Experience the beautiful, rocky shoreline of Lake Tahoe and have lunch at Sand Harbor afterwards. Cost is $20 per person, lunch included.
The Memorial Day Weekend signals the North Lake Tahoe’s 3rd Annual Opening Day at the Lake. This four-day special event begins Friday, May 22 and runs through Sunday, May 25, and is comprised of celebrations and festivities primarily along the West Shore. Come out for restaurant deck openings, guided museum tours, live jazz and the popular Mike Brown Seaplane Splash-In.