Tahoe Events and Activities happen year round…
Feb 1. Love is in the Air - speaker Mark McLaughlin, Visitors Center, Tahoe City: 5pm The North Lake Tahoe Visitor Information Center is getting in the mood of celebrating Valentine’s Day with this fun free event. We’re mixing and mingling at 5pm while tasting fine wines provided by Petra Wine Bar. At 5:30pm, Mark McLaughlin will weave tales of love in the Sierra like only he can do.
Feb 1. Free Avalanche Workshops- 5:30 pm Deep snow means steep risks. Squaw Valley Ski Patrol offers a FREE avalanche awareness and companion rescue workshop, twice a month to anyone who is interested in either polishing up their skills, or learning for the first time. Workshop is held at the Ski Patrol base in the Red Dog complex, between Squaw Kids and the Far East lift.
Feb 2. Women’s Snowshoe Trek 11 am – 2 pm Back again is a Women’s only snowshoe trek. This 3-hour trek will lead women on an intermediate snowshoe hike to explore the area. Guides will instruct ways to maximize efficiency and technique for your trekking pleasure. The group will finish at the Cross Country Center, where boxed lunches will be waiting for the ladies to refuel, enjoy a relaxing lunch and reflect on the afternoon. Cost does not include snowshoes or trail pass.
Feb 8. Meet the winemaker who made that very glass of wine you are tasting from 5-7pm at Uncorked. Wine tasting is just $10.
Feb 9. Nacktspektakel A Nachtspektakel (say-knocked-shpeck-tockle) is a traditional European-style ski event that bonds people through the sport of ski touring. A cultural norm in Europe, Night Spectaculars are new ways to combine skiing, beer and food that are sure to catch on in the States. There is no better way to spend a Saturday night than skinning, drinking, and meeting like-minded new friends! Meet at the Tram Building at 3pm to embark on your journey.
Feb 12. Ripperoo Parade 4:45 pm Bring the whole family to be a part of the popular Ripperro Parade this winter. The loveable Ski & Snowboard School mascot will lead guests through the Village filled with music, singing, dancing, complimentary Otis Spunkmeyer cookies, and loads of fun! Parades leave from the Adventure, Learning & Guiding Center located next door to the Season Pass Office, on the corner opposite the 001 Oakley store. Call 800.GO.NORTH (1.800.466.6784) for more information.
Feb 15. Meet the winemaker who made that very glass of wine you are tasting from 5-7pm at Uncorked. Wine tasting is just $10.
Feb 15. Soup and Chili Showdown 4pm – 6pm Join local culinary artist as they battle for this years top honors in our community wide Soup & Chili Showdown. Free to enter your submission and it is $5 to come out and sample all the soups and chilis. Proceeds benefit the Tahoe City Youth Scholarship Program
Feb 15. Kid-O-Rama Squaw Valley comes alive in February with a week long kids extravaganza. Big trucks, street parties, balloon animals, skating parties and kids’ concerts are just a few of the festivities for kids and families taking place during Squaw Valley’s Kid-O-Rama. Kid-O-Rama offers non-stop fun for kids of all ages. Be sure to check out Big Truck Night in the Village featuring fire trucks, snowplows and grooming machines in the Village.
Feb 22. Meet the winemaker who made that very glass of wine you are tasting from 5-7pm at Uncorked. Wine tasting is just $10.