Events | January

Experience a full moon snowshoe tour with Tahoe Adventure Company on Monday, Jan. 1.



JAN. 1 | MONDAY
Moon over Tahoe Tahoe Vista
Tahoe Adventure Company offers a Full Wolf Moon snowshoe trek from 4 to 7 p.m. Trips include snowshoes, poles, guides, instruction, natural history and hot drinks and snacks. No experience needed. $65. | tahoeadventurecompany.com

JAN. 2 | TUESDAY
Classic films
Olympic Valley
Family Movie Night is at Resort at Squaw Creek from 7 to 9 p.m. | squawcreek.com

JAN. 3 | WEDNESDAY
Classic films
Olympic Valley
Family Movie Night is at Resort at Squaw Creek from 7 to 9 p.m. | squawcreek.com

JAN. 4 | THURSDAY
Free film series Olympic Valley
The 12th annual Alpenglow Winter Film Series continues with adventure surf photographer Chris Burkard. At Olympic Valley Lodge. Doors open at 7 p.m. Free. | alpenglowsports.com

JAN. 5 | FRIDAY
Entrepreneur’s Roundtable
Truckee
Tahoe Silicon Mountain hosts a monthly roundtable on the first Friday of each month from 5 to 6 p.m. at The Lift. It is an opportunity for entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs to share what they are working on and ask for/offer insights and resource suggestions to solve problems. | RSVP Silicon Mountain on Facebook

JAN. 6 | SATURDAY
Try out the demos Alpine Meadows
Alpenglow Sports and Alpine Meadows Ski Resort hosts the 12th annual Backcountry Demo Event from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Alpine Meadows Ski Resort. Many vendors will be on there. Free. | (530) 583-6917

Tour of ground and sky
Tahoe Adventure Company offers Our Place in the Cosmos, an astronomy guided snowshoe tour followed by a tour of the sky with Tony Berendsen. From 5 to 9 p.m., 1 to 3 miles. Easy to moderate. Ages 8+. Tour includes equipment, guides, permit fees, hot drinks and snacks. $85. | tahoeadventurecompany.com

JAN. 6-7 | SATURDAY-SUNDAY
Try it out for less Kirkwood
Kirkwood Mountain Resort hosts a XC Center Winter Trail Weekend with half off rentals and trail passes. | RSVP (209) 258-7248

JAN. 10 | WEDNESDAY
Avalanche awareness series Truckee
Tahoe Mountain Sports Avalanche Education Series – Master the Mountain will meet at Alibi Ale Works from 6 to 8 p.m. Part 3: “Backcountry Tech Talk & Airbag Test.” Beer, nachos and raffle. Free. | Facebook Tahoe Mountain Sports

JAN. 12 | FRIDAY
Mid-Winter Bald Eagle Count South Lake Tahoe
The Tahoe Institute for Natural Science is coordinating the 37th annual mid-winter Bald Eagle count from 9 a.m. to noon and volunteers are needed to help with 26 stations around Tahoe. | RSVP tinsweb.org

S’mores stars, please
Northstar
Tahoe Star Tours offers Stars & S’mores at The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe. Meet at Fireside Terrace for an astronomy talk, poetry reading and telescopic view with Celestrons, followed by s’mores around outdoor fire pit. 7 to 8:30 p.m. $45 per person. | RSVP tahoestartours.com

JAN. 13 | SATURDAY
The Games are coming Olympic Valley
Team USA will be celebrating the Olympic and Paralympics Winter Games 2018 in Squaw Valley. Fans can interact with Team USA athletes and share the excitement of the upcoming 2018 Winter Games. | squawalpine.com

Wax on, wax off
Tahoe Donner
Tahoe Donner Cross Country Center offers a wax clinic with Swix/Toko expert Roger Chaney from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. $20. | tahodonner.com

Snowshoe stargazing
Northstar
This easy-to-moderate snowshoe tour features a talk about the cosmos, poetry reading and telescopic view of the night sky. 2.5 hours. Meet at 5 p.m. at Northstar California Cross Country, Telemark & Snowshoe Center. $66 ages 13+; $47 ages 10 to 12. Snowshoe rentals available for fee. | RSVP northstarcalifornia.com

Dinner and a snowshoe
Alpine Meadows
Take a moonlit snowshoe tour to the mid-mountain Chalet at Alpine Meadows for an intimate dinner of an Alps-inspired menu. $79 adult, $39 child, snowshoe rental included. Limited to 50 guests. | RSVP (800) 403-0206

JAN. 14 | SUNDAY
Dinner and a snowshoe
Alpine Meadows
Take a moonlit snowshoe tour to the mid-mountain Chalet at Alpine Meadows for an intimate dinner of an Alps-inspired menu. $79 adult, $39 child, snowshoe rental included. Limited to 50 guests. | RSVP (800) 403-0206

JAN. 18 | THURSDAY
TERC Talks
Incline Village, Nev.
Dr. Charan Ranganath, director of the UC Davis Memory and Plasticity Program and professor of psychology, will speak about the cutting-edge of human memory research. No-host bar at 5:30; presentation at 6 p.m. | RSVP terc.ucdavis.edu

JAN. 19 | FRIDAY
TGIF ski Soda Springs
Boreal Mountain Resort hosts Feel Good Friday. Lift tickets are $25 and $5 goes to charity. From 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. | rideboreal.com

JAN. 21 | SUNDAY
Waterfowl Outing
South Lake Tahoe
Join the Tahoe Institute for Natural Science on the Tahoe Big Year outing to explore the Tahoe Keys for waterfowl of all types from 9 a.m. to noon. Open to members only; membership open to all. | RSVP tinsweb.org

JAN. 24 | WEDNESDAY
Interpretive ski tours Incline Village, Nev.
Diamond Peak offers a series of guided interpretive ski/snowboard tours of the mountain this winter. Participants meet at the Base Lodge with a guide to discuss the plant and animal life, history and the Lake Tahoe region. From 1 to 2 p.m. | diamondpeak.com

JAN. 27 | SATURDAY
Demo day Soda Springs
Vendor Demo at Village Station, Sugar Bowl at 9:30 a.m. Featuring Fischer, Salomon, Rossignol and Paco’s. | royalgorge.com

By the light of the moon
Kirkwood
Kirkwood Mountain Resort offers a full moon snowshoe trek from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Cross Country Snowshoe Center. All levels. $35, $5 snowshoe rental. | RSVP (209) 258-7248

Moon trek Soda Springs
A full moon tour starts at Royal Gorge Summit Station at 6 p.m. Available for skate, classic or snowshoes. End the night at 9 p.m. for dinner and wine tasting. | royalgorge.com

JAN. 27-28 | SATURDAY-SUNDAY
Try it out for free El Dorado County
Loon Lake Chalet hosts a snowshoeing and Cross-Country Skiing Winter Trail Weekend with free lessons, demos, safety gear and more. | RSVP (209) 258-7248 or ednsp.org

JAN. 31 | WEDNESDAY
Moon over Tahoe Tahoe Vista
Tahoe Adventure Company offers a Full Blue Moon snowshoe trek from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Trips include snowshoes, poles, guides, instruction, natural history and hot drinks and snacks. No experience needed. $65. | tahoeadventurecompany.com


 

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