5:30 PM17:30

Streets of Truckee Dinner Show

Enjoy Truckee's history while supporting the Truckee Tahoe School of Music.

Doors open at 6:00pm.

Dinner is served at 6:30. 

Show at 7:00 - 8:30

Dance Party  8:30 - 10:00

Tickets: $55/person

After the show stay for some old western, saloon style music and dancing. Come dressed up in your vintage, late 1800's attire. Beer and wine will be available at the no-host bar.

Tickets are $55/person

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11:45 AM11:45

25th Annual Donner Party Hike

  • Sugar Bowl Ski Area Mt Judah Lodge (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In the afternoon enjoy music by Richard Blair, a hamburger lunch and Mark Twain portrayed by McAvoy Layne.

Saturday hike cost is $75 per hiker; $85 after October 3.

Saturday and Sunday package is $100 per hiker; $110 after October 3.

Meet at Sugar Bowl Ski Area Mt Judah lodge on Highway 40 (Soda Springs exit off I-80.) 

For more info: donnerpartyhike.com

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10:00 AM10:00

Truckee's 3rd Annual Community Maker Show

Richard will have an exhibit booth with CDs and three guitars he has built to showcase. He will be there playing songs through out the day, be available to talk to people about song writing, and give tips on guitar building! And for all you history buffs, Richard will be answering questions about Truckee history. While Richard will be the the only music performance "Maker", there will be plenty of other Art made by local Truckee Artists.

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4:00 PM16:00

Baskwash Home Brewers Charity Event

Backwash 2017 benefits the work of Environmental Traveling companions. ETC trips enable participants to access the wilderness and develop an environmental stewardship ethic. Since 1972, ETC has shared outdoor adventures with disadvantaged youth and people of all ages, including those with visual or hearing-impairments, physical or developmental disabilities, and life-threatening illnesses.

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5:00 PM17:00

March First Friday Artist Reception

Join us at Riverside Studios and enjoy live music, refreshments and treats!

As a little girl, Nicole Dreon didn’t dream about white picket fences and fairy-tale weddings. Instead, she spent countless hours fantasizing about far-way places like Colombia and Kenya. As an adult, her passion for other cultures first led her to writing and then photography.
As a photojournalist and writer, she’s covered stories about women boxers in Uganda, a special surfing community in Senegal, and an all-women’s rally car race in Morocco, just to name a few.
Using her camera to capture unique shots of humanity all over the world, she frequently travels solo to remote places like the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Cambodia. “When you’re alone, especially as a woman,” says Dreon, “it suggests to people that you trust them.”
That kind of trust—between subject and photographer—is important to Dreon, and it reflects in her work. Her photography collection, “Solo”, offers a glimpse into Dreon’s travels and the people and places she’s discovered along the way.

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