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Category: Sierra Events

Feature Event at Sierra At Tahoe Saturday to Honor Natasha “Tash” Sagucka

Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook LinkedIn Sierra Rec Magazine – “Jammin 4 Tash – Feature Event For Weekend of January 19-21 Includes USASA Rail Jam & will honor Natasha “Tash” Sagucka at Sierra At Tahoe Sierra Rec Magazine – Sierra At Tahoe – January 18, 2017  – As the snow finally arrives in the Tahoe Basin and the rest of the Sierra this week we have a cool event to share with you if you are heading to Tahoe for the weekend.  Sierra At Tahoe will hold its 3rd USASA Rail Jam on Saturday which on its own could just be a cool party to...

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SQUAW VALLEY TO HOST TEAM USA WINTERFEST JANUARY 13TH

Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook LinkedIn Kick off the Final 30 Day countdown to the 2018 Winter Olympics Sierra Rec Magazine – Squaw Valley, Jan 10, 2018 – Events- Squaw Valley will Host one of the final stops for Team USA Winterfest presented by Hershey. A great chance for the family to meet USA athletes, experience Olympic Culture and become part of the Olympic experience in 2018. Team USA WinterFest presented by Hershey’s will be a blast for the whole family. This 13-stop tour makes its way across the country landing in Squaw Valley on January 13 – bringing the excitement of...

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Injured Veterans to Participate in Military Sports Camp January 16-19, 2018 in North Lake Tahoe

Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook LinkedIn Achieve Tahoe to Host Annual ‘Ability Celebration & Winter Ski Festival’ for Veterans with Disabilities From Across the Country Sierra Rec Magazine – Alpine Meadows, Calif., Jan. 9, 2018 – Achieve Tahoe, a leading provider of winter and summer adaptive sports instruction for adults and children with disabilities, will host the “Ability Celebration & Winter Ski Festival,” its annual military sports camp for injured veterans and their family members January 16-19, 2018 in North Lake Tahoe. Sponsored by Anthem Blue Cross, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows and Warfighter Sports, a program offered by Disabled Sports USA, the program...

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Tahoe Community Leaders Join Forces To Improve Taylor Creek Experience

Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook LinkedIn US Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Unit Celebrates the Completion Of New Observation Deck Made Possible in Partnership With Local Leadership Sierra Rec Magazine ~ South Lake Tahoe , October 6, 2016 – The USFS Lake Tahoe Basin Unit celebrated with community leaders from around Lake Tahoe the grand opening of the Taylor Creek observation deck Thursday with a ribbon cutting and community Q&A from the new redwood deck. A project funded by community support which raised 25,000 and was donated /presented by Amy Berry of Tahoe Fund, Matt Levitt of Tahoe Blue Vodka...

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Don’t Miss The Thunderbirds Flying high Over The Carson Valley October 7, 2017

Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook LinkedIn Visitors Will Be looking To the Sky This weekend for The Action In the Carson Valley Sierra Rec Magazine, October 2017 – Sierra Events –  Are you looking for an event to add to your calendar this weekend? Look no further than The Carson Valley. The Annual Aviation Round-up kicks off this weekend highlighted by the USAF Thunderbirds show on Saturday. The Thunderbirds visited The Carson Valley two years ago for the show and even on a smoke-filled sky, the Carson Valley provided an epic visual for the high power act to thrive. The...

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Kirkwood Hosts 17th Annual Thin Air Chili Cook Off Saturday September 2nd

Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook LinkedIn 17th Annual Thin Air Chili Cook Off and Annual 5K/10K Run Set For Saturday in Kirkwood September 02, 2017 – September 02, 2017 Location: Kirkwood Time: 12 pm – 5 pm Kirkwood Resort – Alpine County HWy 88 – August 31, 2017 – The ‘Thin Air’ Chili Cook Off, an event sponsored by the Kirkwood Meadows Public Utility District, features the region’s top chili makers, beer and wine tasting, live music by Mo’z Motley Blues and activities for kids. Chili/beer/wine tasting kits include a commemorative glass and cost $30 for adults over 21 years of age. ...

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