Apr
18
Wed
Child-Parent Drop-In Class @ Portola Family Connections Register
Apr 18 2018 @ 9:45 am – Sep 30 2019 @ 11:45 am

A drop in program for children (6-36 months) and their caregivers. Our play-based curriculum promotes healthy bonding and child development. Social, emotional, and pre-literacy skills are central to the program activities. Activities are taught in English, Spanish and Cantonese. Program runs year round, Monday – Friday, 9:45-11:45am.
5-day pass for $35 ($7/day) or 1-day pass $10.
Try it out! First class is FREE! call (415) 715-6746

Jun
14
Fri
A Chorus Line – Broadway Under the Stars @ Jack London State Historic Park Register
Jun 14 @ 7:30 pm – Jun 30 @ 7:30 pm
A Chorus Line - Broadway Under the Stars @ Jack London State Historic Park |  |  |

Join the thousands of patrons that have been delighted and inspired by Transcendence’s BROADWAY UNDER THE STARS in Sonoma Valley’s Jack London State Historic Park.

This award-winning event, featuring world class talent from Broadway and beyond, is set amongst the vineyards of Wine Country and begins with two and a half hours of pre-show picnicking, music and wine on the property where Jack London lived and wrote many of his famous books.

The evening culminates in a Broadway experience under the stars in the breathtaking open-air winery ruins of the park – a spectacular location that was named by USA Today’s 10Best as the #2 Outdoor Concert Venue You Shouldn’t Miss in the US.

The “Best Musical Ever” perfectly describes the blockbuster Broadway hit ‘A Chorus Line’. This show, that the New York Times has previously called “Legendary” and “Tremendous,” pairs its famously iconic and emotionally-evocative songs with the artistic flash and flair of 17 Broadway dancers baring their hearts and souls. The show’s themes of love, passion, and loss are timeless as described through the intimate stories of the characters while competing for their shot on the line.

WHEN: 7:30 p.m. June 14 to June 30, 2019
June 14, 15
June 21-23
June 28-30

WHERE: Jack London State Historic Park
2400 London Ranch Road, Glen Ellen in Sonoma County, California 95442

COST: $45 to $99 – General Reserved and Premium tickets per person
VIP tickets, season tickets, and group tickets are also available.

PHONE: 877-424-1414

DIRECT EVENT LINK: https://transcendencetheatre.org/a-chorus-line/

WEBSITE: BestNightEver.org

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/TTCsonoma/

TWITTER: @TTCsonoma

WEBSITE: BestNightEver.org

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EMAIL: info@TTCsonoma.org

TRANSCENDENCE PHONE: 877-424-1414

PUBLIC CONTACT PERSON: Leesa Young, Box Office Manager
EMAIL: info@TTCsonoma.org

Jun
19
Wed
28th Annual Pier Pressure Party Register
Jun 19 @ 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Come celebrate Summer during our 28th Annual Pier Pressure Party! Enjoy live music & dancing on the deck! Don’t worry, there’s enough DECK to go around! Plus it’s Wet Woody Wednesday which means discounted Wet Woodys all day and all night long. Party starts at 5 PM. Happy Summer!

Six Peaks Wine Pairing Register
Jun 19 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

For the month of June, Six Peaks Grille will offer a prefixed, three-course wine pairing menu in addition to the regular menu. The menu and price will change depending on availability.
Please contact the concierge to make a reservation at 530-581-6610.
5 – 9pm | Wednesdays and Thursdays

Kundalini Yoga Register
Jun 19 @ 6:00 pm – 7:15 pm

​A unique blend of spiritual and physical practices, Kundalini Yoga combines movement, dynamic breathing techniques, meditation, and the chanting of mantras with the goal of raising consciousness by activating the various energy centers of the body. ​All levels and abilities are welcome.
With Marisa Espinoza

Live Music at CB’s Bistro Register
Jun 19 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Join us every Wednesday night at CB’s Bistro for live music from 6pm to 9pm! Grab your friends and enjoy 15% off wine by the bottle and great tunes from a variety of local artists.

LIVE MUSIC ON THE PATIO- Sneaky Creatures Register
Jun 19 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Summer concerts at the River Ranch are back!
Join us on select Wednesdays for an evening of great food and drink while dancing with your friends on the patio!
Proceeds from select drink sales benefiting the Humane Society of Truckee-Tahoe.
Shows are free to attend, but donations are greatly appreciated.
See you on the patio!

Jun
20
Thu
Eyes on the Lake and Pipe Keepers Training Register
Jun 20 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Become a citizen scientist and help us Keep Tahoe Blue! We are offering a combined training for our two monitoring programs: Eyes on the Lake and Pipe Keepers.
Come prepared to walk on sand and pavement for 15 minutes. Snacks provided, all ages welcome.
For more information: protect@keeptahoeblue.org
About the Programs
Eyes on the Lake
Protect while you play at Lake Tahoe!
Aquatic invasive plants are threatening Lake Tahoe. You can help prevent their assault on Tahoe’s waters by keeping your “Eyes on the Lake.”
At this training you will learn how to identify and report aquatic invasive plants found in Tahoe’s lakes and streams.
Pipe Keepers
Runoff from storms and snowmelt is the largest source of pollution that degrades Lake clarity. Become a Pipe Keeper and help address the threat of stormwater pollution entering Lake Tahoe.
At this training you will learn how to survey stormwater infrastrucuture in your neighborhoods and be able to “adopt” a stormwater pipe.

Edi-Bōl Dinner Series at Alder Creek Cafe Register
Jun 20 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Back by popular demand! Join the local community for a unique and flavorful dinner series at Alder Creek Cafe every Thursday starting May 16 through June 20. Each week, Chef David Smith will prepare a different bowl of mixed seasonal ingredients. Beer and wine will be available for purchase at Trailside Bar.

Six Peaks Wine Pairing Register
Jun 20 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

For the month of June, Six Peaks Grille will offer a prefixed, three-course wine pairing menu in addition to the regular menu. The menu and price will change depending on availability.
Please contact the concierge to make a reservation at 530-581-6610.
5 – 9pm | Wednesdays and Thursdays

The Cosmoarium Register
Jun 20 @ 8:15 pm – 10:00 pm

The stars shine brilliantly in the clear night sky at Northstar California’s Cosmoarium. Join us weekly for a presentation of the stunning cosmos with Tahoe Star Tours and see the stars as you have never seen before this summer. Gather together around a warm fire pit at one of the best places for stargazing in Tahoe, and take in the galaxies above with renown star guide and poet Tony Berendsen. Get an in-depth look at our solar system and beyond with powerful Celestron telescopes, allowing you to wonder what else might be up there. A one of a kind experience you can only get at Northstar California, the Cosmoarium will deliver wonder and amazement for your entire family at this truly unique nighttime experience.

Trivia at Sandy’s Pub Register
Jun 20 @ 9:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Join us for good food, craft beer and a little friendly competition for the chance to win a Resort gift card!
Thursdays | 9pm
A luxury California resort in an idyllic mountain setting, Resort at Squaw Creek rests at the base of Squaw Valley, which is the site of the 1960 Winter Olympics, and is just minutes from North Lake Tahoe.

Jun
21
Fri
Adventure Sports Week Register
Jun 21 @ 7:00 am – 10:00 pm

Escape the daily grind this June 21st through the 30th in one of the world’s top outdoor playgrounds. Adventure Sports Week Tahoe was created for those who appreciate clean air, clear water, scenic single track, and an elevated heart rate.
Come challenge yourself during the day in one of the many competitive events including trail running, mountain biking, triathlon, stand up paddle boarding, and swimming. Then relax in the evening while exploring North Lake Tahoe’s communities and mountain villages. Catch a live concert by the lake, or bring the whole family out for a movie on the beach.
Enjoy all the Human Powered Sports of North Lake Tahoe!

Broken Arrow Skyrace, US Skyrunner Series Register
Jun 21 @ 7:00 am – 7:00 am

The Broken Arrow, presented by Salomon, is part of the 2019 US Skyrunner Series.
The three-day event, held at world-famous Squaw Valley, consists of four iconic distances. Each distance showcases the beauty of Lake Tahoe, the “Jewel of the Sierra Nevada.” The Broken Arrow represents a unique style of European-inspired mountain running characterized by off-trail scrambling, steep terrain, and massive amounts of vertical gain and loss. The majority of this takes place above 6,000 feet and above treeline.
On June 21-23, 2019 elite and recreational participants will experience an unforgettable trail experience “where the mountains meet the sky.” The Broken Arrow Skyrace features four distances: a 52K, 26K, 10K and Vertical K. Runners will be treated to spectacular views of Lake Tahoe’s emerald-blue waters and Squaw Valley’s unmistakable high-alpine terrain.
Elite and recreational participants will run and then celebrate together with first-class food, craft beer, music, films and fun activities for the whole family.
The Broken Arrow Skyrace is a 2019 UTMB Qualifying Race. The 52k is worth 3 points and the 26k 2 points. Points are applicable for all UTMB races (UTMB, CCC, TDS, OCC, PTL).
 

North Lake Tahoe Summit Lacrosse Classic Register
Jun 21 @ 7:00 am – 7:00 am

North Lake Tahoe Summit Lacrosse Classic
ADVNC Lacrosse presents the fourth annual North Lake Tahoe Summit Lacrosse Classic, a youth tournament to be held June 16-18 in Lake Tahoe, CA. ADVNC Lacrosse and Summit Lacrosse Ventures are partners in hosting the event.
“North Lake Tahoe is one of the most beautiful locations in the world,” said Chris Rotelli, ADVNC Lacrosse founder. “North Lake Tahoe is an ideal place for a lacrosse tournament because not only are you surrounded by the mountains in 70-80 degree sunshine, but after you’re done playing, you have so many other great things to do right at your fingertips.”
The tournament will consist of 13 divisions this year; Boys 8U, 10U Gold, 10U Silver, 12 U Gold, 12 U Silver, 14U Gold, 14U Silver, 2018-2020 Gold, 2018-2020 Silver and Girls MS Gold, MS Silver, HS Gold and HS Silver. The competition will take place over 3 days.
“Partnering with Summit Lacrosse Ventures has been a natural fit for NLTSC. SLV also manages the Lake Placid Summit Classic. The locations are very similar, and over the past 27 years George and Kevin Leveille have built the Lake Placid Summit Classic into the premier tournament in the country,” said Rotelli. “They are known for providing an extremely well-organized event, and a tremendous amount of value to their customers.”
“We’re extremely excited to have partnered with Chris and ADVNC Lacrosse to host the North Lake Tahoe Summit Lacrosse Classic,” said Kevin Leveille, Brand and Event Director for SLV. “We are fortunate to have the opportunity to re-create what we’ve been doing in Lake Placid over the last 27 years in another spectacular location such as North Lake Tahoe. The first three years have been a success and heading into year 4, we’re poised that it will be our best even yet.”
“I can’t think of a better place in the world to have a lacrosse tournament,” Rotelli said. He continued, “Lacrosse has grown so much since I have been in California over the last ten years. There are so many great coaches helping these athletes excel and pursue their dreams, and the North Lake Tahoe Summit Classic will serve as a great place for youth and middle school boys and girls to compete together in one beautiful location.”
 

Broken Arrow Skyrace Register
Jun 21 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Broken Arrow, presented by Salomon, is part of the 2019 US Skyrunner Series.
The three-day event, held at world-famous Squaw Valley, consists of four iconic distances. Each distance showcases the beauty of Lake Tahoe, the “Jewel of the Sierra Nevada.” The Broken Arrow represents a unique style of European-inspired mountain running characterized by off-trail scrambling, steep terrain, and massive amounts of vertical gain and loss. The majority of this takes place above 6,000 feet and above treeline.
On June 21-23, 2019 elite and recreational participants will experience an unforgettable trail experience “where the mountains meet the sky.” The Broken Arrow Skyrace features four distances: a 52K, 26K, 10K and Vertical K. Runners will be treated to spectacular views of Lake Tahoe’s emerald-blue waters and Squaw Valley’s unmistakable high-alpine terrain.
Elite and recreational participants will run and then celebrate together with first-class food, craft beer, music, films and fun activities for the whole family.

The Broken Arrow Skyrace is a 2019 UTMB Qualifying Race. The 52k is worth 3 points and the 26k 2 points. Points are applicable for all UTMB races (UTMB, CCC, TDS, OCC, PTL).

Summer Music Series at High Camp Register
Jun 21 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm

On select Fridays this summer, join us for our Summer Music Series at High Camp! Soak up the California sun at 8,200′ at the High Camp Pool & Hot Tub while listening to the soothing sounds of local and regional musicians.
 

Music Lineup

Date
Band

Friday, June 21
Izzy Wise

Friday, June 28
One Trust

Thursday, July 4
DJ Chango

Friday, July 5
DJ Rambo

Saturday, July 6
DJ Treez

Friday, July 12
DJ Funksalot

Friday, July 26
TBA

Sunset Kayak Tours Register
Jun 21 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

This kayak trip is a great way to end a full day. Offered every Friday as well as other days by reservation. We meet at sunset and get on the water to watch the colors change and the stars appear. We’ll cover some astronomy and tour the perfect distance before landing on the beach for some hot drinks, snacks, and more stargazing.
Typical Distance and Time: 1-2 miles. 2+ hours on the water.
Level of Difficulty: Easy to Moderate.
Location: Tahoe Vista Recreation Area.
Cost: $65 per person. 4 person minimum.
Summer 2019 Dates and Times:
June 7th ~ 6:00-9:00pm
June 14th ~ 6:00-9:00pm
June 21st ~ 6:00-9:00pm
June 28th ~ 6:00-9:00pm
July 5th ~ 6:00-9:00pm
July 12th ~ 6:00-9:00pm
July 19th ~ 6:00-9:00pm
July 26th ~ 6:00-9:00pm
August 2nd ~ 5:30-8:30pm
August 9th ~ 5:30-8:30pm
August 16th ~ 5:30-8:30pm
August 23th ~ 5:00-8:00pm
August 30th ~ 5:00-8:00pm
September 6th ~ 5:00-8:00pm
September 13th ~ 4:30-7:30pm
September 20th ~ 4:30-7:30pm
September 27th ~ 4:30-7:30pm

Free Live Music with Renegade Hombres Register
Jun 21 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Be sure to make your way to Caliente Southwest South in Kings Beach every Friday and Saturday night for live music with the Renegade Hombres starting at 8:00 PM!
Love to sing? Get your chance to sing along with them to any song of your choice as a Honorary Hombre!

The Ghost of Paul Revere Register
Jun 21 @ 9:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Ghost of Paul Revere make’s their Crown Room debut on June 21st at 9pm!
Public Onsale : Fri, 29 Mar 2019 at 10:00 AM
Crown Room; Doors 8PM; Show 9PM
Tickets are $15 adv/ $18 dos
Tickets can be purchase through our Box Office, 775-833-6333 ext. 1 or online: http://bit.ly/2FrbPLC
Show is Ages 21 and Over Only

Jun
22
Sat
Lake Tahoe Mountain Bike Race Register
Jun 22 @ 6:00 am – 4:00 pm

Come join us for a great day of mountain biking on a scenic and fun course. Race in the cross country race, 4 hour or 8 hour race as a solo or on a team of 2, 3 or 4 (teams of 3 and 4 apply to the 8hr race only). The course is approximately 12.8 miles. Fast lap times are around 50 minutes. Cross country race is two laps.
The course is a mix of single track and fire-road.  It is a fast and smooth course with few technical sections.  The most laps wins. Approximately 1350 feet ascending and descending per lap.

Adventure Sports Week Register
Jun 22 @ 7:00 am – 10:00 pm

Escape the daily grind this June 21st through the 30th in one of the world’s top outdoor playgrounds. Adventure Sports Week Tahoe was created for those who appreciate clean air, clear water, scenic single track, and an elevated heart rate.
Come challenge yourself during the day in one of the many competitive events including trail running, mountain biking, triathlon, stand up paddle boarding, and swimming. Then relax in the evening while exploring North Lake Tahoe’s communities and mountain villages. Catch a live concert by the lake, or bring the whole family out for a movie on the beach.
Enjoy all the Human Powered Sports of North Lake Tahoe!

Broken Arrow Skyrace, US Skyrunner Series Register
Jun 22 @ 7:00 am – 7:00 am

The Broken Arrow, presented by Salomon, is part of the 2019 US Skyrunner Series.
The three-day event, held at world-famous Squaw Valley, consists of four iconic distances. Each distance showcases the beauty of Lake Tahoe, the “Jewel of the Sierra Nevada.” The Broken Arrow represents a unique style of European-inspired mountain running characterized by off-trail scrambling, steep terrain, and massive amounts of vertical gain and loss. The majority of this takes place above 6,000 feet and above treeline.
On June 21-23, 2019 elite and recreational participants will experience an unforgettable trail experience “where the mountains meet the sky.” The Broken Arrow Skyrace features four distances: a 52K, 26K, 10K and Vertical K. Runners will be treated to spectacular views of Lake Tahoe’s emerald-blue waters and Squaw Valley’s unmistakable high-alpine terrain.
Elite and recreational participants will run and then celebrate together with first-class food, craft beer, music, films and fun activities for the whole family.
The Broken Arrow Skyrace is a 2019 UTMB Qualifying Race. The 52k is worth 3 points and the 26k 2 points. Points are applicable for all UTMB races (UTMB, CCC, TDS, OCC, PTL).
 

North Lake Tahoe Summit Lacrosse Classic Register
Jun 22 @ 7:00 am – 7:00 am

North Lake Tahoe Summit Lacrosse Classic
ADVNC Lacrosse presents the fourth annual North Lake Tahoe Summit Lacrosse Classic, a youth tournament to be held June 16-18 in Lake Tahoe, CA. ADVNC Lacrosse and Summit Lacrosse Ventures are partners in hosting the event.
“North Lake Tahoe is one of the most beautiful locations in the world,” said Chris Rotelli, ADVNC Lacrosse founder. “North Lake Tahoe is an ideal place for a lacrosse tournament because not only are you surrounded by the mountains in 70-80 degree sunshine, but after you’re done playing, you have so many other great things to do right at your fingertips.”
The tournament will consist of 13 divisions this year; Boys 8U, 10U Gold, 10U Silver, 12 U Gold, 12 U Silver, 14U Gold, 14U Silver, 2018-2020 Gold, 2018-2020 Silver and Girls MS Gold, MS Silver, HS Gold and HS Silver. The competition will take place over 3 days.
“Partnering with Summit Lacrosse Ventures has been a natural fit for NLTSC. SLV also manages the Lake Placid Summit Classic. The locations are very similar, and over the past 27 years George and Kevin Leveille have built the Lake Placid Summit Classic into the premier tournament in the country,” said Rotelli. “They are known for providing an extremely well-organized event, and a tremendous amount of value to their customers.”
“We’re extremely excited to have partnered with Chris and ADVNC Lacrosse to host the North Lake Tahoe Summit Lacrosse Classic,” said Kevin Leveille, Brand and Event Director for SLV. “We are fortunate to have the opportunity to re-create what we’ve been doing in Lake Placid over the last 27 years in another spectacular location such as North Lake Tahoe. The first three years have been a success and heading into year 4, we’re poised that it will be our best even yet.”
“I can’t think of a better place in the world to have a lacrosse tournament,” Rotelli said. He continued, “Lacrosse has grown so much since I have been in California over the last ten years. There are so many great coaches helping these athletes excel and pursue their dreams, and the North Lake Tahoe Summit Classic will serve as a great place for youth and middle school boys and girls to compete together in one beautiful location.”
 

Lake Tahoe Mountain Bike Race Register
Jun 22 @ 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

Come join us for a great day of mountain biking on a scenic and fun course. Race in the cross country race, 4 hour or 8 hour race as a solo or on a team of 2, 3 or 4 (teams of 3 and 4 apply to the 8hr race only). The course is approximately 12.8 miles. Fast lap times are around 50 minutes. Cross country race is two laps.
The course is a mix of single track and fire-road. It is a fast and smooth course with few technical sections. The most laps wins. Approximately 1350 feet ascending and descending per lap.

Who Let the Dogs Out? Hike. Register
Jun 22 @ 9:00 am – 12:30 pm

The TRTA is teaming up with local SLT retail stores and petique, Dog Dog Cat and local dog trainer, Sandy Mathiesen for this fur-friendly hike in scenic Van Sickle Bi-State Park. This is a great opportunity to learn new canine gear and techniques for a more trail-ready companion, learn how you can support better trail dog behavior, and meet other trail-loving dog owners.
The hike will begin at the Van Sickle Trailhead with a canine gear demonstration sponsored by Dog Dog Cat next to the Heavenly Village in South Lake. Hike participants will be able to test canine gear on their dogs for the hike. Local Dog Trainer, Sandy Matheisen, will offer her expertise as we take off for a short hike in the park. On the trail, we will teach you basic trail commands, and best practices and techniques to mitigate risk to your dog and other dogs, as well as the Leave No Trace principles. After the hike, participants are invited to Dog Dog Cat (a block away) for some giveaways!
A one to one human to dog ratio works best. Please be sure to bring a leash, and sufficient water for you and your dog. Retractable leashes are not recommended.

Mountain Flow Yoga-Open to All Ability Levels Register
Jun 22 @ 9:30 am – 10:45 am

Yoga Classes
Every Saturday* 9:30-10:45AM
This class is open to all ability levels.
Class Description:
Our true essence is among the trees, the breeze and the natural world. Join Yoga Room teacher Ellie Perry for this all levels flow and dynamic movement yoga class. Ellie will guide you into the breath and with the breath into intentional movements.
Please pre-register for this class to your best ability.
Granlibakken guests, locals, and students of the Yoga Room welcome!
About Ellie: 
I began my yogic journey in my late teens. At first, I was drawn to the practice for its physical benefits since I had always played sports, but was soon rewarded with the mental and emotional effects that yoga can have on one’s life. I suffered from anxiety paired with sleeping problems and found yoga to be an amazing alternative medicine. Since, I have received my 200hr YTT in Bali, Indonesia in order to share such a beautiful gift with any and all who are curious.
I strive to provide students with classes that are accessible for all levels, while presenting a challenge for each individual. I feel that yoga should be a playful activity that also encourages each of us to grow, both mentally and physically, from the experience. I seek to provide a space in which students can gain awareness as well as insight to the workings of their bodies and minds. No matter the skill level or amount of practice one has, I encourage everyone to come play on the mat with me! I am excited to become part of such an awesome community of yogis and look forward to meeting you!
*Some Saturdays are excluded. Please call 530-583-4242 or click here for information.

Open House @ The Renaissance International School Register
Jun 22 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Open House @ The Renaissance International School | Oakland | California | United States

Parents of children age two years old through middle school are invited to an Open House at The Renaissance International School, a Montessori school with campuses in Oakland and Piedmont. We offer a multi-cultural environment with music, fine arts, and French and Spanish language immersion.

We provide students with a high-quality education designed to create compassionate, capable, confident, creative individuals. At the Open House, you will see our campuses and learn more about our curriculum. The Open House will be hosted at our Oakland campus at 3650 Dimond Ave.

During your visit, you will have the opportunity to learn about our curriculum and how our students learn math, science, history, and write and read in English, Spanish, and French. The presentation begins at 9:30 a.m. in one of our classrooms. Parents are welcome to explore our classroom, engage with the materials, and ask any questions they may have.
Childcare is provided, but must be reserved in advance. Please email us at info@therenaissanceschool.org to sign up for childcare.

To RSVP for the tour, please email us, call, or sign up online.

Tahoe City Sidewalk Saturday Register
Jun 22 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Enjoy a day of shopping and FUN in downtown Tahoe City with super specials, Sip n’ Shop, music, and more! Business owners create their own highlights — restaurants may offer a special entrée, drink, or dessert and participating businesses highlight special products.
 
 

Trivia Night at the Castle, with Murder Mystery Author Todd Borg Register
Jun 22 @ 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Are you a trivia junkie? Test your knowledge of Emerald Bay and Vikingsholm at one of the most breathtaking venues in Lake Tahoe!
The ticket includes the opportunity for you to drive down to Emerald Bay, a private tour of Vikingsholm Castle with answer hints thrown in, a reception of wine and hors d’ oeuvres, and a fun trivia night hosted by Sierra State Parks Foundation and mystery writer, Todd Borg.
Prizes will be awarded!
The proceeds of this fundraiser go towards the maintenance and upkeep of the historic Vikingsholm Castle, which turns 90 this year!

Free Live Music with Renegade Hombres Register
Jun 22 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Be sure to make your way to Caliente Southwest South in Kings Beach every Friday and Saturday night for live music with the Renegade Hombres starting at 8:00 PM!
Love to sing? Get your chance to sing along with them to any song of your choice as a Honorary Hombre!

Mahealani Uchiyama and Halau Ka Ua Tuahine: Dances of Tahiti @ Rhythmix Cultural Works Register
Jun 22 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Mahealani Uchiyama and Halau Ka Ua Tuahine: Dances of Tahiti @ Rhythmix Cultural Works |  |  |

Māhealani Uchiyama is an award-winning dancer, musician, composer, choreographer, recording artist, author and teacher. She is Kumu Hula (hula teacher) of Hālau Ka Ua Tuahine of Berkeley, California and is currently one of the Artistic Directors of the San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival. An advocate for cultural understanding, Māhealani encourages her students to explore and celebrate their cultural differences and common humanity. Hālau Ka Ua Tuahine will take you on a journey to the islands of Tahiti with an evening of ʻōteʻa, ʻaparima and mehura accompanied by live singing and a traditional Tahitian drum orchestra. Hālau KaUaTuahine is an organization dedicated to the study, protection and perpetuation of the performing arts of Hawai’i and Tahiti. It is named after the gentle “sister” rain that falls in the valley of Mānoa in Honolulu. They have presented in performance throughout California and internationally, appearing in venues from the Hollywood Bowl, the Heiva celebrations of Tahiti, French Polynesia and the National Museum of New Zealand.

The Cosmoarium Register
Jun 22 @ 8:15 pm – 10:00 pm

The stars shine brilliantly in the clear night sky at Northstar California’s Cosmoarium. Join us weekly for a presentation of the stunning cosmos with Tahoe Star Tours and see the stars as you have never seen before this summer. Gather together around a warm fire pit at one of the best places for stargazing in Tahoe, and take in the galaxies above with renown star guide and poet Tony Berendsen. Get an in-depth look at our solar system and beyond with powerful Celestron telescopes, allowing you to wonder what else might be up there. A one of a kind experience you can only get at Northstar California, the Cosmoarium will deliver wonder and amazement for your entire family at this truly unique nighttime experience.

Jun
23
Sun
Broken Arrow Skyrace, US Skyrunner Series Register
Jun 23 @ 7:00 am – 7:00 am

The Broken Arrow, presented by Salomon, is part of the 2019 US Skyrunner Series.
The three-day event, held at world-famous Squaw Valley, consists of four iconic distances. Each distance showcases the beauty of Lake Tahoe, the “Jewel of the Sierra Nevada.” The Broken Arrow represents a unique style of European-inspired mountain running characterized by off-trail scrambling, steep terrain, and massive amounts of vertical gain and loss. The majority of this takes place above 6,000 feet and above treeline.
On June 21-23, 2019 elite and recreational participants will experience an unforgettable trail experience “where the mountains meet the sky.” The Broken Arrow Skyrace features four distances: a 52K, 26K, 10K and Vertical K. Runners will be treated to spectacular views of Lake Tahoe’s emerald-blue waters and Squaw Valley’s unmistakable high-alpine terrain.
Elite and recreational participants will run and then celebrate together with first-class food, craft beer, music, films and fun activities for the whole family.
The Broken Arrow Skyrace is a 2019 UTMB Qualifying Race. The 52k is worth 3 points and the 26k 2 points. Points are applicable for all UTMB races (UTMB, CCC, TDS, OCC, PTL).
 

Jun
27
Thu
In the Spirit of Lennon @ Rhythmix Cultural Works Register
Jun 27 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
In the Spirit of Lennon @ Rhythmix Cultural Works |  |  |

All proceeds benefit Rhythmix Youth Arts Programming Come hear Drew Harrison of the Sun Kings in an intimate acoustic celebration of the Life and Music of John Lennon and help raise money for Rhythmix Youth Arts Programming. Singer-songwriter Drew Harrison is one of those rare recording artists with the ability to translate life into song. His passionate, honest, and intense style resonates in the vein of Bono, Richie Havens and John Lennon. In the Spirit of Lennon is Drew’s tribute to John Lennon, and personal interpretation of his music. He presents a loving, emotionally charged retrospective of the life and career of one of the most popular artists of all time, told through songs and stories from The Beatles through the final recordings of his life. Gifted with the most natural, effortless Lennon voice in the music world, Harrison has been performing John’s songs and telling the stories and anecdotes that go along with them for well over a decade. Drew goes far beyond just sounding like him, by also capturing the intensity that Lennon brought to the Beatles music as well as his own.
Benefit Levels
Come Together (General Admission): $25
Imagine (Reserved Seating and a glass of wine): $35
Instant Karma (Reserved Seating, glass of wine, and Meet the Artist VIP reception @ 9:30pm): $50

Jun
28
Fri
ParTee for Preemies @ Bennett Valley Golf Course & Legends at Bennett Valley Register
Jun 28 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
ParTee for Preemies @ Bennett Valley Golf Course & Legends at Bennett Valley |  |  |

ParTee for Preemies Golf Tournament June 28. 2019

Bennett Valley Golf Course
Join Packages for Preemies for the ParTee for Preemies 2nd Annual Golf Tournament at Bennett Valley Golf Course. All funds raised will go towards providing supplies for donation packages to families with preemies in the NICU. Event will include: Golf tournament (including hole contests, where you can win a vehicle!), silent auction, raffle, wine vault and dinner to follow at Legends Restaurant.

About Packages for Preemies
After having their son 6 weeks early, Packages for Preemies founder Kate DeMartini and her husband Kevin found themselves lost in a completely new world. They were fortunate enough to meet wonderful people to help guide them along, but quickly realized how ill prepared they were. Packages for Preemies was born out of necessity and Kate’s love of helping people. Preemies often spend weeks or months in the hospital, while their parents must return to their daily life of work, other kids, and family obligations. It can be financially, physically and emotionally overwhelming. Packages for Preemies goal is to help alleviate the stress of having a preemie child, by providing care packages that include supplies, food and most important, cash to help with the impromptu expenses. Packages for Preemies wants to provide families the opportunity to devote all of their time and energy and focus on their baby, not thinking about finances and logistics.

Ways to Get Involved:
Register yourself or foursome to golf
Purchase your ticket for dinner – if not golfing
Contribute to the raffle, wine pull or silent auction items
Volunteer to help at the event
Donate online at anytime!
All donations are tax deductible, a tax ID# will be furnished upon receipt. Interested in donating or volunteering? Contact us at (707) 863-5663

You can register to play or sponsor the event at:
https://app.eventcaddy.com/events/partee-for-preemies

Find out more about Packages for Preemies at www.packages4preemies.org

Jun
30
Sun
Celebrate at the Japan Day Festival @ Japantown Peace Plaza Register
Jun 30 @ 12:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Celebrate the cultural heritage of SF Japantown with a special performances from Japanese artists from Chicago, San Francisco, and Bay Area. See demonstrations and performances of taiko, japanese classical & folk dance, japanese dolls, Okiya style shamisen music, and more. In partnership with GenRyu Arts.

FREE Live Performances and Demonstrations:
Asian Improv Midwest & Genryu Arts * Soke Fujima Ryu Fujima Kansuma Dance Ensemble of Los Angeles * Suio Ryu Lai Kenpo group and Gen Ensemble * Tamagusuku Ryu Senju Kai Frances Nakachi Ryubu * Dojo- Hawaii * Gen Taiko * Soke Fujima Ryu Fujima Kansuma Dance Ensemble of Los Angeles * Tsukasa Taiko * Asian American Women Presentation* Gintenkai National Project * Washi Ningyo with Rochelle Lum * SF Koto Group Hanaikada * Origami- PaperTree Linda Mihara * Shodo Demonstration – Rev. Kawahatsu Sensei * Mataro Doll Demonstration -SF East Mataro Miyabikai Merry Nishimura * Sanjuro Toyoaki Shamisen * Tamagusuku Ryu Senju Kai Frances Nakachi Ryubu Dojo- Hawaii

*Workshops offered throughout the week of June 25th-30th for more info. www.genryuarts.org

Presented by Japan Center Malls.