5:30pm-9:30pm It all starts with guided sunset kayaking followed by a brilliant... tour of the midnight sky with professional astronomer Tony Berendsen. Our guides teach you about the natural and human history of the area, while you watch the sun set behind the Sierras. Next, join award winning astronomer Berendsen with his high aperture telescopes for a tour of the world above.
Please call for pricing.
Dates and Theme:
September 1st Ptolemy in the night
10am-4pm Buy your Diamond Peak Adult season pass at the Village Ski Loft... Labor Day Sale and we’ll throw in two Buddy Passes (2 Adult lift tickets, non-holiday). Along with your Buddy Passes, Diamond Peak has added more perks, including 4 free lift tickets to Boreal, 4 free tickets to Homewood, and more. Diamond Peak will be at Village Ski Loft Aug. 29-Sep. 1, 10am-4pm. more>
various The Lake Tahoe Autumn Food and Wine Festival is recognized as the...e premier food, wine. brew and spirits festival in
Northern California and the Sierra Nevada.
The 29th Annual Lake Tahoe Autumn Food & Wine Festival
Tahoe Food and Wine Festival Week
August 31-September 7, 2014
A week-long celebration of winemaker dinners, food and wine pairing dinners, wine walks, grape stomp, annual fundraisers, restaurant specials, luncheon, and special speaker events.
Lake Tahoe Autumn Food & Wine Festival Events at Northstar
September 5-7, 2014more>
11am-5pm dailing North Tahoe Arts will host 2 group exhibits of multi-talented... artists showing works in a wide variety of mediums including painting, collage, jewelry, glass, metalwork, ceramics and furnitures.
Exhibit will be on display from August 4- Sept. 1, 2014 with a reception hosted at North Tahoe Arts on, Friday, August 8, 2014 from 5-7p.m. Refreshments served. All are welcome. 380 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City, next to the fire station.more>
all day This outdoor art exhibition in Kings Beach CA on the north shore...re of Lake Tahoe runs August 22 through September 30 and features 11 site-specific public art pieces celebrating Lake Tahoe.
DETOURS includes local artists and two from Southern CA. Free walking maps available at at Visitors’ Centers in Tahoe City and Kings Beach, near the art installations and at: http://www.northtahoearts.com/detours%202014.html,
6 pm When: August 7th to October 2nd Details: - Call for team registration...ion fee info
- Each team plays 8 regular season games
- Playoffs and end of Season Party at Spindleshanks - October 2nd
- Minimum of 2 players per team, maximum of 8 (players only can be on one team)
- Teams will self-officate
- 10% off food and beverage for all players at Spindleshanks on league nights
- Sign-up at NorthTahoeParks.com/Recreation
For more information:
North Tahoe Public Utility District
5:00pm Sunday July 13th Honig Vineyard & Winery ~ Jonathan Honig Wolfdale’s...e’s Cuisine Unique ~ Chef Douglas Dale
Sunday, August 10th
Laird Family Estate ~ Rebecca Laird
Season’d Catering Tahoe, Executive Chef Tom Marrin
Sunday, September 14th
Ehlers Estate ~ Armen Khachaturian
Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe, Executive Chef Stanley Miller
Call 775-832-8752 for more information.more>
3pm-7pm Local regional and national performers will captivate Tahoe City...y audiences every Sunday afternoon this summer.
This 12-week concert series begins June 24th and ends September 9th, both with an early 2pm start. Music begins all other Sundays at 4:30pm and lasts until 7pm. Come early to enjoy the Lakeside ambiance with friends and family (there is a fully equipped playground for the little rockers). Your picnic and beverages from home are welcome. Please bring low-back chairs only, and don’t forget sunscreen and a hat. Leave all pets safely at home (and not in your car at the concert!). By audience request, this is a no-smoking venue.more>
7-10pm~ After the Commons Beach Sunday Concerts June 22nd through September...r 7th, continue the music at Jake's On The Lake from 7pm-10pm. No cover charge. 780 North Lake Blvd., Boatworks Mall, Tahoe City.more>
Every Sunday this summer is Family Fun Day at the Incline Mountain Course..... Kids (17 & under) play free with at least one paying adult. Special kid-friendly tees with shorter yardage and two cups, a regular cup and a giant 8” cup, make it fun for the whole family. A putt-putt course is set up on the practice green for an extra fun challenge. Call the Golf Shop to book your tee time: (775) 832-1150more>
Times may vary For music-lovers there is no shortage of concerts. To help... organize all musical extravaganzas in to one place, North Lake Tahoe will launch Nigh Notes, a hub of all summer music. The summer-long line-up includes free concerts, ticketed concerts, beach concerts, mountain concerts and concerts in legendary showrooms and intimate pubs.more>
4pm-8pm First Fridays are coming back to Tahoe City this summer. Come join... local businesses including Trunk Show, Lather and Fizz, Any Mountain, Geared for Games, and other businesses in the Cobblestone Center and in Tahoe City at our summer's revived 1st Fridays which happen the first Friday of the month. At First Fridays businesses stay open till 8PM, offer refreshments, music and maybe a special. Come have some fun in Tahoe City on Friday nights.more>
8pm ~ Wednesday Music in the Park with various live music all summer long....g. Truckee River Regional Park, Salty Gephardt Amphitheatre. 6:30 to 8 pm. Free. Various artists. www.tdrpd.org or 530-582-7720 more>
9:00am-4:00pm Half and full day rock climbing lessons in Truckee-Tahoe with... AMGA certified guides. Whether its your first time climbing or you are an experienced climber we can tailor fun filled days to fit your needs and goals. Please contact ski@skinastc or (530)582-4772 for more information or to book a lesson more>
11:00 a.m. For Tahoe locals every Tuesday at Resort at Squaw Creek - 18-holes... of golf, valet parking, warm-up balls, and a shared cart. Just $49 per person after 11:00 a.m.
Please make a tee time in advance by calling the golf shop at 530.581.6637
8am-1pm The Foothill Farmers' Market Association operates only Certified...d Farmers' Markets - marketplaces in which California farmers can sell the products that they have grown themselves. All of FFMA's markets also include an area adjacent to the Certified Farmers' Market where non-agricultural food items - such as baked goods and prepared foods - are sold. In keeping with the spirit of the farmers' market, these items must be sold by those who prepared the products.more>
Explore the magic of the early days of Lake Tahoe by taking a tour of the...e historic Hellman-Ehrman Estate, located at Sugar Pine Point State Park and the unique Vikinghsolm castle, in Emerald Bay State Park. Knowledgeable guides offer a unique and fun glimpse into these west shore landmarks. Tours are offered daily through September 30. Call 530-583-9911 to confirm tour times or visit our website. more>
10:00 am Peek into the 1930’s lifestyle of the rich and famous. Known as... Tahoe’s “Castle-in-the-Sky”, enjoy the legendary story of George Whittell’s Thunderbird Lodge and the famous Thunderbird Yacht.
Docent-guided tours take visitors on an hour and 15 minute walk through the stone mansion and grounds. Thunderbird Lodge is open for public tours via land or water May through October, and year-round for private tours and special events.
Check out our website for more details.
Saturdays 4pm to 5pm Join us every Saturday evening in the Highlands Lobby...by Bar for this entertaining and educational experience featuring three bourbon, whiskey, vodka and gin cocktails paired with appetizers. Please call for pricing and information. Advance reservations are required and limited.more>
5:00 pm Join us every Tuesday evening at Bridgetender for Fat Tuesday where...e we celebrate all things New Orleans. From Southern jazz, housemade Jambalya, raw and bbq Tomalese Bay oysters and Abita beer specials, the party is at Bridgetender on Tuesday evenings!more>