Things to do on Tahoe’s West Shore this summer

THE WEST SHORE OF LAKE TAHOE was home to the S.S. Tahoe, a famous steamship that opened the area to tourism in 1900. It was home to the rustically elegant Tahoe Tavern, whose passengers arrived by train from San Francisco after a stopover in Truckee. The West Shore hosted the Nordic trails in the 1960 […]

Lake Tahoe Music Festival to continue educational programs

We received this email: Dear Friends of the Lake Tahoe Music Festival, It is with great pleasure that we announce the rescission of our decision to close the doors of the Lake Tahoe Music Festival. With an out-pouring of community support for continuing classical and education programs, the Board has elected to focus on re-instating […]

Northstar at Tahoe: Dine & Play in Sierra Splendor

VISITORS TO THE LAKE TAHOE REGION looking for fun, festivals and food events in the mountains will be on cloud nine when they visit Northstar-at-Tahoe Resort this summer. The Village at Northstar will resume its monthly wine walk series, offered the last Saturday of the month through August. A different winery is featured each month, […]

Northstar at Tahoe: Dinner and a movie

ONE OF OUR FAVORITE summer activities activities at Northstar Village is dinner, a free outdoor movie and— the pièce de résistance (with the kids or not ) — purchasing a s’mores kit and roasting marshmallows over the fire pits. Baxter’s Bistro serves top-notch cuisine that attracts locals and visitors alike. Some of the entrees include […]

Wine, William & Song

TAHOE/TRUCKEE HAS ALL THE CULTURAL bases covered this summer and fall: The area hosts the Shakespeare Festival, Autumn Food & Wine Festival and the Tahoe Music Festival. The traditions draw tens of thousands of people annually. The Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival runs July 9-Aug. 22, presenting The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged), a humorous […]

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