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Friday, February 23, 2024

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Arts & Culture

Pooh-inspired emotional learning exhibit

KidZone Museum’s “Hundred Acre Wood” exhibit brings to life the century-old Winnie the Pooh stories of author A.A. Milne and illustrator E.H. Shepard with...

Tahoe plant purveyors brighten winter days with creations

The act of giving and receiving flowers, and even making your own arrangements, has an immediate impact on happiness, and leaves a long-lasting effect...

Arts Patrons needed

Tahoe Guide has profiled hundreds of artists & writers, art events, art galleries, bookshops & other creators since I launched the feature nearly 10...

Boots McFarland by Geolyn Carvin, February 14, 2024

“How We Met” Geolyn Carvin has been sharing her creations with Tahoe Guide readers since 2018, shortly after the release of her book “On the...

Future of Tahoe Guide: We need your help

As I mentioned in my Publisher’s Note in this issue, we’re taking a break from publishing in January. Why? Because we’ve been seeing a...

For the love of skiing: Ski for the Love releases second film

“Home, Sick!” | Jan. 4 | Olympic Valley Chapel Local skiers claim what is perhaps the first attempted road gap jump in the South...

‘Weak Layers’ premieres: Tahoe’s female-driven ski comedy

“Weak Layers” is the newest ski movie to hit the hills. This female-driven ski comedy is co-written and directed by Katie Burrell and filmed...

Fix it, mend it clinics offered

Keep Truckee Green's free Monthly Mending and Repair Workshops continue at the Truckee Roundhouse throughout the winter. The workshops are intended to inspire the...