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  • Around Tahoe for Aug. 18-24

    By The Weekly on August 17, 2016
    President Obama to speak at Lake Tahoe Summit   |    The 20th annual Lake Tahoe Summit, hosted by Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., will be at Harvey’s Outdoor Arena on Aug. 31 at 2 p.m. The summit is an important yearly gathering of federal, state and local leaders dedicated to restoring and sustaining Lake Tahoe as a precious environmental treasure. […]
  • Around Tahoe Aug. 11-17

    By The Weekly on August 10, 2016
    Ta-Hoe Nalu celebrates paddle boarding | The 10th Annual Ta-Hoe Nalu Paddle Festival returns from Aug. 12 to 14 with three days of competitions, run races, kids’ activities and more for all levels at the Kings Beach State Recreation Area. The festivities kick off with the Paddle with the Pros on Lake Tahoe on Aug. 12 with Jay Wild and Chase […]
  • Around Tahoe Aug. 4-10

    By The Weekly on August 3, 2016
    Rolling ‘long the lake|  Boarding for Breast Cancer presents the 12th annual Skate the Lake on Aug. 5 and 6. The 28-mile longboarding marathon promotes an active lifestyle and raises awareness for breast cancer prevention, outreach and education programs. The goal is to raise $25,000 for B4BC. Jay Kelley | Skate the Lake Participants can longboard, bike, blade or roller […]
  • Around Tahoe July 28 – August 3

    By The Weekly on July 27, 2016
    Lake of the Sky Garden Tour | Balancing adherence to environmental sustainability while creating a beautiful garden has been the collective goal among the eight gardens offered this summer at the Lake of the Sky North Shore Garden Tour with Artists presented on July 30 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nine well-established artists that use diversified mediums and subject […]
  • Around Tahoe July 21-27

    By The Weekly on July 20, 2016
    All aboard | The Kids’ Truckee River Railroad at Truckee Regional Park chugs around the track from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on July 23, weather permitting. The Truckee Donner Railroad Society also offers train rides on Aug. 6 and 13, and on Sept. 3, 10 and 24. Donations are accepted. | truckeedonnerrailroadsociety.com   Volunteers needed for relay Relay for Life […]
  • Around Tahoe July 14-20

    By The Weekly on July 13, 2016
    Discover Tahoe’s architectural history  | Local photographer and architecture enthusiast Peter B. Mires depicts the history of the Tahoe region in vintage images in the new book “Lake Tahoe’s Rustic Architecture” from Arcadia Publishing. The book, being released on July 18, highlights the man-made environmental around the lake and its rustic architecture style from the earliest structures in the Tahoe Basin […]
  • Around Tahoe July 7-13

    By The Weekly on July 6, 2016
    Conversation with History Driving down to Vikingsholm is a unique experience and Sierra State Parks Foundation offers guests the chance to enjoy a Conversation with History on July 7. This fundraising evening at Vikingsholm includes a behind-the-scenes tour of The Castle and wine and hors d’oeuvres in the courtyard. Longtime summer guest of Lora Knight, Helen Smith will be sharing […]
  • Around Tahoe June 30 – July 6

    By The Weekly on June 29, 2016
    How does your garden grow? Learn about gardening in the mountains with classes offered every Thursday until Aug. 4 at the North Lake Tahoe Demonstration Garden in Incline Village. The garden is located at Sierra Nevada College with Green Thumb Thursday classes from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. each week. Volunteers are also needed from 2 to 5 p.m. on Tuesdays […]
  • Around Tahoe June 23-29

    By The Weekly on June 22, 2016
    Can you bear it? A Bear Affair at the Children’s House in Sugar Pine Point Park is from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on June 25. Learn about Lake Tahoe black bears from a State Park interpreter. See bear artifacts, enjoy juice, coffee and bear claws. There is a 40-person limit. The cost is $10 for adults and free to […]
  • Around Tahoe June 16-22

    By The Weekly on June 15, 2016
    Climbing the world’s peaks Ed Viesturs, considered this country’s foremost high-altitude mountaineer, will discuss his life as a climber and his goal to climb the world’s fourteen 8,000-meter peaks without oxygen on June 20 at The Chateau at 6 p.m. in Incline Village presented by Myths & Mountains. This inspirational goal took him 18 years to accomplish and required perseverance, patience, team- work, leadership, […]