9pm Tickets on sale. They still describe themselves as a rock’n’roll band... band, without qualifications, compilations, or asterisks – even though their
kaleidoscopic music spans all the way from tight, incisively well-constructed songcraft to fluid,
conversational extended improvisation.
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3:30 - 6:30pm Two days a week skiers and riders can cruise Boreal with Woodward...d Tahoe Coach Brandon Hollins.Participants will meet at the Woodward Tent located in the base lodge. Ride with Woodward is free for park riders of all abilities(basic skiing and snowboarding skills required for park coaching)…all you need is a Boreal season pass or valid lift ticket!more>
7pm Back in its 12th year the Adventure Slide Show Series is where locals...s and athletes come together and tell stories of their incredible adventures in the mountains of the world. Many of these shows are once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to meet and hear from incredible mountain loving athletes and travelers.
This show will be comprised of 10 high spirited mountain worshiping locals, bringing you their best pictures and stories of their adventures in the mountains. more>
5:30pm Learn how to correctly and efficiently use an avalanche beacon. Squaw...uaw Valley Ski Patrol hosts free training workshops on the 1st and 15th of every month that the ski resort is open.
Workshops are from 5:30-7:30pm at Ski Patrol Base in the Red Dog Complex. Please RSVP by calling 530-452-7260. Beacons are provided for you to practice with or you can bring your own.more>
9:30-12 For Women who LOVE TO SKI! Take your skiing to the next level fine...ne tune your skills and ski Squaw's legendary terrain like you own it! Designed for strong intermediate to expert abilities, these programs provide a fun and supportive environment to develop new skills, build confidence and, of course, laugh a lot with good friends. With the Women of Winter's innovative approach for improving skiing, let our top pros share their passion, energy and devotion to make your time at Squaw Valley an unforgettable experience. Discover Teamwork and Tame the Mountain.
January 18 - Heads, Shoulders, Knees & Toes, Knees & Toes
February 1 - Pushing the Boundaries
February 15 - Finessing the Snow
February 29 - All Kinds of Shapes
March 14 - The Old and the New
March 28 - Party Time!more>
10-4pm “Wildlife in Wild Places” A Call to Artists for the month of March...rch at North Tahoe Arts
This is an animal theme exhibit.
Please send 3 images of your work on a CD or email. A non-refundable application fee of $20 is required for processing. Opening Reception is Friday, March 3rd. Deadline: February 17, 2012. Please call or email for complete details.
9am-12pm Join us every Wednesday morning throughout the season* at Diamond... Peak for a continental breakfast and social hour, followed by ski clinics with PSIA certified instructors. Participants must have a Diamond Peak Season Pass or daily lift ticket to participate. Daily lift tickets will be available for purchase at the Loft Bar from 9:00am - 9:45am on each clinic day. Standard ticket prices apply.
*will not meet February 22
For more info call 775-832-1310more>
6pm-6:45pm Join us for our regular club meetings on the 1st and 3rd Thursday...y of each month at Aspen Grove, 960 Lakeshore. Please bring recent photos, either digital or prints, to share and discuss with the group, and as always any questions you might have. Discussion led by Jim Markle. Dessert will be available for a suggested donation of $1.00. See you there! more>
4pm - 6pm Disabled Sports USA Far West is hosting Triple Treat Thursday's... at TC's Pub located in the Village-at- Northstar on selected Thursday's this winter season. TC's Pub will host beer and appetizer specials, and Disabled Sports will host a raffle with some fun prizes. Raffle tickets will be sold that night, and all raffle ticket proceeds beneift Disabled Sports.
Call to get more details at 1.800.GO.NORTH (1.800.466.6784) or 530.550.4523. You may also go to www.dsusafw.org
9pm Tickets on sale. The 1st ever Super Jam weekend. Tea Leaf Green is a...s a five-piece rock band from San Francisco.
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6:00pm-9:30pm Come hand with just the girls at Girls Night In! Our evening... will include fun games, tips and tricks for hair and skin care by a salon professional, dinner, snacks, volleyball, and a wild after-hours scavenger hunt at the Rec Center with a prize! This program is for middle school girls only; come in your PJs!more>
4pm-9pm Join IVGID Senior Programs Digital Photography Club and S.T.E.P.... Out on a fieldtrip to The Carmel Gallery followed by food, drink and music at Truckee’s First Friday event. Meet in the Rec Center Lobby at 4pm for transportation to the event. Fee is $6.25; $5 with IVGID pass. Preregistration is required by 5pm, Thursday February 2nd. Register online at www.inclinerecreation.com, by phone at 775-832-1310 or by visiting us at the Recreation Center, 980 Incline Way.more>
4:30pm Join us for fresh shucked oysters raw shooters or Rockefeller and... and 1/2 price specialty martinis from our new martini menu every Friday from 4:30pm-all night. Free live acoustic music starts 7pm.more>
Join Burton Snowboards and 10 mountain resorts across the US for the first...t ever Burton Mountain Festival Tour - stopping at Northstar California. Riders and resort guests can enjoy a day of FREE on-snow entertainment, including Burton 2012 product demos, live music, sponsor giveaways, mini park for the smallest snowboarders and an amateur snowboard contest. Check out our website for a schedule of events.more>
9pm The 1st Friday of the Month...join the Reggae Ambassadors @ Lakeside... in Tahoe City! Reggae, Dancehall, Roots & Reggaeton. At the control is...
DJ Ramone (Reggae Ambassadors)
Dub-Fyah (Full Watts HiFi)
DJ Treez (KTKE 101.5FM)