Events | July

Courtesy Truckee Donner Land Trust

Explore Carpenter Valley
Truckee Donner Land Trust offers guided hikes throughout the summer to Lower Carpenter Valley that offers amazing scenery, lush meadows and wildlife in its natural environs. The Land Trust is in the process of acquiring the property so it will not be open to the public in 2017, with the exception of these exclusive 5-mile hikes at 9 a.m. Hikes are offered on July 22, 24, 28 and 30. Check future dates online. | Register tdlandtrust.org


EVERY MONDAY
Kids in the Creek
South Lake Tahoe
Join a naturalist at Taylor Creek to explore the aquatic animals of the area at 10 a.m. every Monday through August for ages 6 to 12 years old. Bring sturdy water shoes. | tahoeheritage.org

EVERY TUESDAY
Farmers’ Market
Truckee
Truckee Farmers Market is open every Tuesday through Oct. 17 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Truckee Regional Park.

Farmers’ Market
South Lake Tahoe
South Lake Tahoe Farmers Market is every Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. until Oct. 10 at the American Legion Hall parking lot. | eldoradofarmersmarket.com

Preschoolers wanted
Kings Beach
Kings Beach Library offers Bilingual Preschool Story Time from 10:30 to 11 a.m. on Tuesdays. Each week is themed. | (530) 546-2012

Naturalist walk South Lake Tahoe
Join a naturalist on the trail at Taylor Creek to explore the area, the Rainbow Trail and the Stream Profile Chamber at 10:30 a.m. every Tuesday through August. | tahoeheritage.org

Toddler Time Truckee
Truckee Library hosts summer Story Time every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. for ages 18 months to 3 years. A half-hour stay and play after the reading. | (530) 582-7846

Crack the code
Incline Village, Nev.
Incline Village Library hosts an Hour of Code on Tuesdays at 4 p.m. This introduction to computer programming for Grades 3 and higher is designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics. Children can choose from a variety of fun projects. | (775) 832-4130

EVERY WEDNESDAY
Babes in Bookland
Truckee
Truckee Library hosts Story Time every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. for ages 6 months to 2 years. A half-hour stay and play after the reading. | (530) 582-7846

Story time Zephyr Cove
The Zephyr Cove Library hosts a children’s story time every Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. to noon. Enjoy stories, songs, activities and coloring. | (775) 588-6411

Just heavenly South Lake Tahoe
Wine Wednesdays at The Loft in Heavenly is from 4 to 7. Free wine tasting from different featured winery each week. Free guest speaker and/or tasting notes from featured winery. | (530) 523-8024

Farmers’ Market Stateline, Nev.
Stateline Farmers’ Market is every Wednesday through Sept. 13 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Kahle Community Park. | laketahoemarkets.com

EVERY THURSDAY
Farmers’ Market
Tahoe City
The Tahoe City Farmers Market operates every Thursday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Commons Beach until Oct. 12. | tahoecityfarmersmarket.com

Discuss what’s happening
Incline Village, Nev.
The Conversation Café is a drop-in conversation forum hosted by the Senior Programs staff at Aspen Grove Community Center from 10 to 11:15 a.m. every week except holidays. Participate with people sharing diverse views and a passion for engaging with others over topics and news. $2 donation includes continental breakfast. | (775) 832-1310

Story Time Tahoe City
Tahoe City Library hosts Pre-Schooler Story Time for ages 5 and younger every Thursday from 10:30 to 11 a.m. | (530) 583-3382

Toddler Story Time Incline Village, Nev.
Incline Village Library hosts story time every Thursday from 11:15 to 11:45 a.m. with stories, puppets, music and movement for ages 18 months to 3 years. | (775) 832-4130

Preschool story time Truckee
Truckee Library hosts Story Time every Thursday at 11:30 a.m. for ages 3 years and older. A half-hour stay and play after the reading. | (530) 582-7846

Help with computers Kings Beach
Kings Beach Library offers ongoing computer help from 3 to 4 p.m. First Thursdays of the month are “Beginners Basic Instruction,” second Thursdays are “Computers Questions with Carl LeBlanc,” third Thursdays are “Everything iPhone” and fourth Thursdays are differing themes about technology. | (530) 546-2021

Farmers’ Market
Incline Village, Nev.
Incline Village Farmers’ Market is Thursdays from 4 to 7 p.m. through Aug. 31 at Lake Tahoe School. | laketahoemarkets.com

Drink to nonprofits
Truckee
The Pour House hosts tastings every Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m. through August to coincide with Truckee Thursdays. Patrons help support a series of The Pour House’s favorite nonprofits all summer. $10 includes tasting and light snacks and a $5 donation to the nonprofit of the week. | thepourhousetruckee.com

Truckee Thursdays
Truckee Downtown Merchants Association presents Truckee Thursdays, part street fair and part block party in historic downtown. Hobnob with locals, meet visitors and join in the fun — live music, activity booths, local vendors and food trucks — every Thursday night from 5 to 8:30 p.m. All ages are invited to participate in the festivities. Free shuttle to downtown. | truckeethursdays.com

Get a green thumb
The North Lake Tahoe Demonstration Garden offers its 2017 Green Thumb Thursday Summer Series classes from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the garden on the Sierra Nevada College campus in Incline Village. $5, free members. Until Aug. 10. | demogarden.org

Tour the stars Northstar
Explore the night sky with star guide Tony Berendsen; includes a laser tour of the constellations, telescopic viewing, poetry reading and more at the Dark Skies Cosmoarium at Northstar California. On Thursdays, 8:15 to 10:30 p.m., until Sept. 1. $40 adults, $20 12 and younger. | (530) 562-3000, ext. 3046

EVERY FRIDAY
Farmers’ Market
Beckwourth
Romano’s Farmers’ Market is on Fridays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Sierra Valley Farms until Sept. 9. | sierravalleyfarms.com

Naturalist walk South Lake Tahoe
Join a naturalist on the trail at Taylor Creek to explore the area, the Rainbow Trail and the Stream Profile Chamber at 10:30 a.m. every Friday through August. | tahoeheritage.org

Ahoy, lil’ matey Tahoe City
Tahoe Maritime Museum hosts preschool story time: Ships, Sails and Nautical Tales from 11 to 11:30 a.m. every Friday. The program is directed at ages 3 to 5 and will feature books that have maritime themes. | danielle@tahoemaritime.org

Fridays are fun Truckee
Family Fun Fridays at KidZone Museum starts at 11 a.m. Play-based class designed to inspire exploration and discovery through art. For ages 5 and younger. Free with admission. | kidzonemuseum.org

Farmers’ Market South Lake Tahoe
Ski Run Farmer’s Market is every Friday from 3 to 8 p.m. on Ski Run Boulevard in South Lake Tahoe through August. | skirunfarmersmarket.com

Friday tastings Tahoe Donner
At Alder Creek Café each Friday there are free beer and wine tastings from 3 to 6 p.m.; not offered July 28. | tahoedonner.com

Watching as a family Tahoe Donner
Enjoy a free family movie every Friday at Northwoods Clubhouse at 6:30 p.m. with G and PG movies. | (530) 582-9669

Tour the stars Northstar
Explore the night sky with star guide Tony Berendsen; includes a laser tour of the constellations, telescopic viewing, poetry reading and more in The Meadows at Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe. On Fridays, 8:15 to 10:30 p.m., until Sept. 2, excluding July 21. $40 adults, $20 12 and younger. | (530) 562-3000, ext. 3046

EVERY SATURDAY
Tour the stars
Northstar
Explore the night sky with star guide Tony Berendsen; includes a laser tour of the constellations, telescopic viewing, poetry reading and more at the Dark Skies Cosmoarium at Northstar California. On Saturdays, 8:15 to 10:30 p.m., until Sept. 3. $40 adults, $20 12 and younger. | (530) 562-3000, ext. 3046

EVERY SUNDAY
Farmers’ Market
Truckee
Truckee Community Farmers Market is every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. until Sept. 24 at Tri Counties Bank/Sears/Coffeebar Bakery parking lot. | truckeefarmersmarket.org

Naturalist walk South Lake Tahoe
Join a naturalist on the trail at Taylor Creek to explore the area, the Rainbow Trail and the Stream Profile Chamber at 10:30 a.m. every Sunday through August. | tahoeheritage.org

UNTIL JULY 23
Truckee Carnival
Tahoe’s Connection for Families brings the fun of amusement rides and midway games to town during the Truckee Carnival from 5 to 10 p.m. each day at Truckee Regional Park. $25 for 30 rides or 1 unlimited ride wristband. Tickets at Tahoe’s Connection for Families, The Potlatch in Incline Village or Safeway in Truckee. | Tahoe’s Connection for Families on Facebook

JULY 20 | THURSDAY
Learn about Truckee River
Truckee
Learn about the Truckee River during a one-hour River Talk with the Truckee River Watershed Council at 8 a.m. | RSVP (530) 550-8760

Stars on film
Incline Village, Nev.
Incline Parks & Recreation presents Starlight Cinema summer movie series at 7 p.m. for children. Tonight is “The Lego Batman Movie.” Fee includes admission, popcorn and drink. $5, free 2 and younger. | yourtahoeplace.com

Star gazing Tahoma
Sugar Pine Point State Park hosts Star Gazing at 8 p.m. for two hours of fun. Learn to identify the brightest stars, constellations and the Milky Way. Free gifts for each family include star charts and star clocks. Free, $10 parking. | (530) 525-7982

JULY 20-23 | THURSDAY-SATURDAY
Wherever you may roam
Olympic Valley
The original location of the Wanderlust Festival, Squaw Valley hosts four days of yoga, music, community and clean eating. Enjoy a variety of yoga classes for all levels taught by some of the world’s most renowned instructors. Musical artists include Lettuce, Little Dragon and Dustbowl Revival. See feature in this issue. | wanderlustsquaw.com

Open-air art show
South Lake Tahoe.
Arts & Crafts show at the Middle School is an open-air village of artisans under the Tahoe sky. Peruse pottery, jewelry, sculpture, prints, paintings, photography, wearable art and woodwork and hand-crafted items from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. | artisttoyoufestivals.com

JULY 21 | FRIDAY
Walking tour of Truckee
Historic downtown Truckee comes alive during this free 1.5-hour tour that includes stories of railroad barons, lumber mills, ice harvesting, movie stars and other characters. Pass by unique shops and restaurants while learning about Truckee’s famous and infamous past with Karen Willcuts. Meet outside Truckee California Welcome Center at 4 p.m. Gratuities accepted. | (530) 448-4143 or mountaintowntours.wordpress.com

Educational nights
South Lake Tahoe
Lake of the Sky Amphitheater at Taylor Creek Visitor Center offers a summer speakers’ program. Tonight is Astronomy at Taylor Creek at 8 p.m. Come learn about astronomy and star gaze with the Fleischmann Planetarium. | tahoeheritage.org

JULY 21-23 | FRIDAY-SUNDAY
Antiques Show
Truckee
Twin Bridges Antique Productions presents the 43rd annual Truckee Antiques Show from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Alder Creek Middle School on Friday and Saturday, and until 4 p.m. on Sunday. More than 60 exhibitors from nine states with American and European furniture, folk art, pottery, jewelry, maps, books and more. Benefits Truckee High School Booster Club. $6 admission, free parking. See coupon in this issue. | tbcashows.info

JULY 22 | SATURDAY
Exclusive peak
Truckee
Truckee Donner Land Trust offers guided hike to Lower Carpenter Valley that offers amazing scenery, lush meadows and wildlife in its natural environs. The Land Trust is in the process of acquiring the property so it will not be open to the public in 2017, with the exception of these exclusive 5-mile hikes at 9 a.m. | Register tdlandtrust.org

Historic walking tour
Tahoe City
This free, fun and informative 1.5-hour tour is all about the legends, history, shopping and dining in Tahoe City led by Karen Willcuts. Meet at Blue Agave Restaurant at 10 a.m. Gratuities welcome. | (530) 448-4143 or mountaintowntours.wordpress.com

New beach reads
South Lake Tahoe
Book Sale at El Dorado County Library at 10 a.m. Hundreds of books to choose from. Friends of the Library members get in at 9 a.m. and can win a free bag of books. Join now or morning of the sale. | eldoradolibrary.org

It’s only natural South Lake Tahoe
Kid’s Nature Journal Club is on the second and fourth Saturday each month from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at South Lake Tahoe Library. Learn how to capture adventures in a nature journal. Some materials provided; bring a notebook and pen and dress for the weather. | (530) 573-3185

Watching breathless
Stateline, Nev.
Hard Rock Casino transforms into an off-road sporting experience for the FMX Motocross event. This high-octane celebration of freestyle motorcycle stunts is guaranteed to leave guests breathless. See a variety of extreme sporting activities, festival booths and activities. | hardrockcasinolaketahoe.com

Choo-choo
Truckee
Truckee Donner Railroad Society offers kiddie train rides at Regional Park’s Train Track Circles Playground. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free. Donations accepted. | truckeedonnerrailroadsociety.com

Waterfront walking tour Tahoe City
This free, fun and informative 1.5-hour tour is all about the waters of Lake Tahoe. Hear about the Truckee River, sailing and racing boats, the dam, as well as things to do and where to eat with Karen Willcuts. Meet at Gatekeeper’s Museum at 1 p.m. Gratuities welcome. | (530) 448-4143 or mountaintowntours.wordpress.com

Free historical evening Truckee
Sierra State Parks Foundation presents a Conversation with History, an evening with Jerry Blackwill at Donner Memorial State Park Visitor Center. Complimentary cheese and crackers will be served with beverages for purchase. Free; $5 donation suggested. 5 to 6:30 p.m. | sierrastateparks.org

JULY 22-23 | SATURDAY-SUNDAY
Dragons and damsels
Area venues
The 8th annual Tahoe Odonates Mini-blitz is a weekend dedicated to exploring the Tahoe region’s dragonflies and damselflies and their habitats. Each year, Tahoe Institute for Natural Science selects new areas to explore. Saturday is TBD, Sunday somewhere in Truckee. Contact Will Richardson for more details. Beginners welcome. | will@tinsweb.org

JULY 23 | SUNDAY
Walking tour of Truckee
Historic downtown Truckee comes alive during this free 1.5-hour tour that includes stories of railroad barons, lumber mills, ice harvesting, movie stars and other characters. Pass by unique shops and restaurants while learning about Truckee’s famous and infamous past with Karen Willcuts. Meet outside Truckee California Welcome Center at 10 a.m. Gratuities accepted. | (530) 448-4143 or mountaintowntours.wordpress.com

Pints for Pups
Blairsden
Support High Sierra Animal Rescue while enjoying great brews at The Brewing Lair from 3 to 7 p.m. $2 of every pint sold will be donated. Enjoy live music by Prescribed Burn, food from Red Truck, a raffle and family fun activities. Friendly dogs on leash welcome. | (530) 832-4727

JULY 24 | MONDAY
Exclusive peak
Truckee
Truckee Donner Land Trust offers guided hike to Lower Carpenter Valley that offers amazing scenery, lush meadows and wildlife in its natural environs. The Land Trust is in the process of acquiring the property so it will not be open to the public in 2017, with the exception of these exclusive 5-mile hikes at 9 a.m. | Register tdlandtrust.org

Maritime talks Tahoe City
Carol Van Etten, author and Tahoe research historian, will discuss Tahoe history. At Tahoe Maritime Museum at 5 p.m. | tahoemaritime.org

Star gazing Tahoma
Sugar Pine Point State Park hosts Star Gazing at 8 p.m. for two hours of fun. Learn to identify the brightest stars, constellations and the Milky Way. Free gifts for each family include star charts and star clocks. Free, $10 parking. | (530) 525-7982

JULY 26 | WEDNESDAY
Membership 101
Truckee
Truckee Chamber of Commerce Membership 101 is from 8 to 9 a.m. at the California Welcome Center last Wednesday of the month. For new, current or potential members to learn about the benefits of belonging. Coffee and pastries. | info@truckee.com

Free movie series
Tahoe City
TCPUD Parks and Recreation sponsors Tahoe City Lakeside Movie Series 2017 at Common’s Beach at dusk. Tonight’s free movie is “The World’s Fastest Indian.” It gets cold, so bring sleeping bags, blankets, low-back chairs and flashlights. | tahoecitypud.com

Gala for the dance Tahoe City
The 5th anniversary of Lake Tahoe Dance Festival and Opening Night Gala Performance is at Gatekeeper’s Museum at 5:30 p.m. Benefit for Lake Tahoe Dance Collective; wine and food pairings, silent auction, live music and opening performance. $50. See feature in this issue. | laketahoedancefestival.org

JULY 27 | THURSDAY
TERC Talks
Incline Village, Nev.
Geoff Schladow, Ph.D., of UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center, will give his State of the Lake address. His public presentation is about the most important factors that affected the health of Lake Tahoe last year, the most pressing issues for this year and new program designs. No-host bar at 5:30; presentation at 6 p.m. | RSVP terc.ucdavis.edu

Families can chill
Olympic Valley
In the Village at Squaw families can enjoy free outdoor movies at 8:30 p.m. on Thursdays until Aug. 31. Tonight’s feature is “Sing.” Bring blankets and warm clothes for when the sun goes down. | squawalpine.com

“Smog of the Sea” showing
South Lake Tahoe
Learn about the way in which humans are impacting the planet with a showing of “The Smog of the Sea,” a short film that chronicles a one-week journey through the Sargasso Sea to see how mircroplastics are permeating the oceans. Social hour at 8 p.m., movie at 9 at Himmel Haus. Free. Learn more about the movie at TheTahoeWeekly.com. | tahoerimtrail.org

JULY 28 | FRIDAY
Exclusive peak
Truckee
Truckee Donner Land Trust offers guided hike to Lower Carpenter Valley that offers amazing scenery, lush meadows and wildlife in its natural environs. The Land Trust is in the process of acquiring the property so it will not be open to the public in 2017, with the exception of these exclusive 5-mile hikes at 9 a.m. | Register tdlandtrust.org

Blood drive
South Lake Tahoe
Give the gift of life by donating blood from noon to 5 p.m. at the South Lake Tahoe Recreation Center from noon to 5 p.m. Donors must weigh at least 110 lbs., be at least 16 years old (minors must have parental consent) and be generally healthy. | (916) 453-3039

A lot of candles
Tahoma
Sierra State Park Foundation welcomes all to celebrate Isaias W. Hellman’s 175th birthday at 6 p.m. on the lawn of the mansion he built in Sugar Pine Point State Park with bluegrass music, beers provided by Sierra Nevada Brewery, an all-you-can-eat burger bar and cake. Tickets $50 or $40 for SSPF members. | sierrastateparks.org

Educational nights
South Lake Tahoe
Lake of the Sky Amphitheater at Taylor Creek Visitor Center offers a summer speakers’ program. Tonight is an Evening with Mark Twain at 7 p.m. McAvoy Layne returns to bring this iconic American to life as he shares stories of his times in Tahoe. | tahoeheritage.org

That’s a lot of birthdays
Tahoma
Sierra State Parks Foundation presents Birthday, Burgers, Bluegrass & Beer to celebrate the 175th birthday of I.W. Hellman at his mansion in Sugar Pine Point State Park. All-you-can-eat burger bar, beer by Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, music by Hell Man Clan and cake. $50, $40 members. | Tickets sierrastateparks.org

JULY 28-29 | FRIDAY-SATURDAY
Rootin’-tootin’ time
Glenbrook, Nev.
The 2017 Summer Social and Rodeo is at Shakespeare Ranch at Lake Tahoe. Glenbrook rodeo tradition dates back six decades; it has now become a signature weekend event of Keep Memory Alive. Guests will enjoy the rodeo, carnival games, silent auction, raffle, barbecue and music from Left of Centre. Doors open at 3:30 p.m. | keepmemoryalive.org

JULY 28-30 | FRIDAY-SUNDAY
Open-air art show
Zephyr Cove, Nev.
Arts & Crafts show at Round Hill Square is an open-air village of artisans under the Tahoe sky. Peruse pottery, jewelry, sculpture, prints, paintings, photography, wearable art and woodwork and hand-crafted items from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. | artisttoyoufestivals.com

JULY 29 | SATURDAY
All this and bikes, too
Kirkwood
Kirkwood Bikes & Brews is from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Kirkwood Village Plaza. This family friendly event includes live music, mountain bike racing, unlimited beer sampling, a raffle, rock walls, Euro Bungee Trampolines, kids’ activities, barbecue and more. Amador shuttle buses will be available for transportation to and from Kirkwood, Stateline, Nev., and South Lake Tahoe. | kirkwood.com

Historic walking tour Tahoe City
This free, fun and informative 1.5-hour tour is all about the legends, history, shopping and dining in Tahoe City led by Karen Willcuts. Meet at Blue Agave Restaurant at 10 a.m. Gratuities welcome. | (530) 448-4143 or mountaintowntours.wordpress.com

Waterfront walking tour Tahoe City
This free, fun and informative 1.5-hour tour is all about the waters of Lake Tahoe. Hear about the Truckee River, sailing and racing boats, the dam, as well as things to do and where to eat with Karen Willcuts. Meet at Gatekeeper’s Museum at 1 p.m. Gratuities welcome. | (530) 448-4143 or mountaintowntours.wordpress.com

Wine walk among the pines Northstar
Northstar hosts an alpine-style Wine Walk on final Saturday of the month through August at 3 p.m. Pick up a souvenir tasting glass before weaving throughout the Village shops, sipping wine and snacking on paired hors d’oeuvres. The wine selection and pairings offer a new experience each month with a different theme. $32. | northstarcalifornia.com

Vintage Vatican South Lake Tahoe
Imagine yourself as a guest at an afternoon gathering with Mrs. Pope. Step back in time as you take on the persona of a well-known figure of the 1920s sitting on the porch of the Pope Estate house sipping refreshments and sampling period appetizers. At 4 p.m. $15. | (530) 543-5227

Bike park fundraiser Incline Village, Nev.
Alibi Ale Works hosts a fundraiser from 5 to 9 p.m. to benefit the Incline Bike Project to build a bike park in Incline Village. | inclinebikeproject.org

Family fun and barbecue Tahoe Donner
Alder Creek Adventure Center offers Saturday Night BBQ at 5 p.m. Enjoy games, crafts, contests, dress up, food and pony rides for ages 2 to 6. Includes hot dogs, veggie burgers with baked beans, salads, pie and campfire s’mores. | RSVP tahoedonner.com

JULY 29-30 | SATURDAY-SUNDAY
Native American Arts Festival
South Lake Tahoe
This culture and heritage celebration, Wa She Shu It’ Deh, is at Valhalla Tahoe, hosted by the Washoe Tribe of Nevada. Representatives from tribes across the United States, Canada, Mexico and South America gather to celebrate native traditions featuring Native American dancing, master basket weaving display, food, crafts and music. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. | valhallatahoe.com

JULY 30 | SUNDAY
Exclusive peak
Truckee
Truckee Donner Land Trust offers guided hike to Lower Carpenter Valley that offers amazing scenery, lush meadows and wildlife in its natural environs. The Land Trust is in the process of acquiring the property so it will not be open to the public in 2017, with the exception of these exclusive 5-mile hikes at 9 a.m. | Register tdlandtrust.org

Walking tour of Truckee
Historic downtown Truckee comes alive during this free 1.5-hour tour that includes stories of railroad barons, lumber mills, ice harvesting, movie stars and other characters. Pass by unique shops and restaurants while learning about Truckee’s famous and infamous past with Karen Willcuts. Meet outside Truckee California Welcome Center at 10 a.m. Gratuities accepted. | (530) 448-4143 or mountaintowntours.wordpress.com

Meet Emma the eagle
South Lake Tahoe
Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care is hosting an Open House. Visit the center, take a tour of the grounds and learn about the animals in their care. | ltwc.org

Wine with a view Beckwourth
Sierra Valley Farms presents Wine with a View at the Barn, an evening hosted by Cuccia’s Restaurant. From 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., enjoy tasting wine and delicious appetizers with spectacular views among the vegetable fields. $40 per person. | Tickets sierravalleyfarms.com

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