Easter Egg Hunt, Pancake Brunch at Mormon Station State Park Saturday, April 15

Easter at Mormon Station State Park, Genoa Nevada

Hop over to Mormon Station State Historic Park in Genoa for the 2nd Annual Cotton Tails Easter celebration. Enjoy a scrumptious pancake brunch, followed by an Easter egg hunt, lawn games, face-painting, a photo booth and more. Rumor has it the Easter Bunny himself will be returning to this year’s event. Also be sure to check out the local arts and crafts farmer’s market, new this year, featuring a variety of unique, handmade items.
WHEN: Saturday April 15, 10 am – 4 pm
WHERE: Mormon Station is located 20 minutes south of Carson City via Hwy 395, about one hour south of Reno, and approximately 20 minutes from South Lake Tahoe via Hwy 207.
COST:  Tickets are limited for this event and must be purchased in advance at jalieevents.com. Tickets are $15 for the adult brunch, $12 for child brunch, and $10 for the Easter egg hunt.
CONTACT: For questions regarding the event and tickets, contact Jessica or Emily at Jalie Events at 775-901-0567.

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WinterWonderGrass Music and Brew Festival at Squaw Valley / Alpine Meadows, March 31-April 2

Winter Wondergrass at Lake Tahoe

WinterWonderGrass, a sustainable, community-focused, lifestyle-driven bluegrass and craft brew experience, returns to Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows for its third year. WinterWonderGrass has established itself as the premier winter bluegrass music and brew festival in the nation, featuring 25 bands performing on four stages over three days. Performing against snowy mountains and star-filled California skies are headlining artists Greensky Bluegrass, Yonder Mountain String Band, Leftover Salmon, The Sam Bush Band, and The Infamous Stringdusters.

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Classical Tahoe Announces 2017 Festival

Tahoe Classical Summer 2017

Renowned musicians from top orchestras assemble at Lake Tahoe
for Classical Tahoe’s sixth season, July 28 – Aug. 12, 2017

The nationally celebrated classical music festival, Classical Tahoe, is set to amaze audiences for its 6th season, July 28 through Aug. 12, 2017.

Featuring acclaimed guest soloists and performances made only more striking by the accompanying scenery of Lake Tahoe, the festival brings together nationally and internationally recognized musicians for three weeks of concert performances in Incline Village, Nevada. Under the direction of Conductor and Artistic Director Joel Revzen, the 10-concert series supports Tahoe’s cultural growth while bringing together a remarkable assembly of musicians from the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony, Seattle Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic and other orchestras throughout the world.

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The Inside Guide to Spring Break at North Lake Tahoe

With daylight savings time around the corner and seasonal snow totals continuing to rise—over seven feet in the past week—spring skiing in North Lake Tahoe promises to be the best it’s ever been in over 20 years. Following the most recent storm cycle, base depths at many resorts surpassed 200 inches, prompting extended season closure dates from several mountain properties. With record-breaking snowpack depths and twelve downhill and cross-country resorts to explore, travel to North Tahoe is a must for the snow enthusiast this spring.

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Kahulanui will play Saturday March 25 at Fallon’s Oats Park Art Center

Kahulanui, plays March 25 at Oats Park Art Center, Fallon

The Churchill Arts Council will present a performance by the eclectic Hawaiian ensemble, Kahulanui, on Saturday, March 25 at 8 pm in the Oats Park Art Center, 151 E. Park Street in Fallon. Doors will open at 7 pmand there will be a no-host bar. The members of the group will also conduct a free and open-to-the-public conversation on their stylistic and musical influences at 3 pm.

Known as Hawaii’s Kings of Swing, these 2014 Grammy nominees blend traditional island music with the Big Band swing brought to the Aloha State by U.S. servicemen during World War II. The nine piece ensemble—four horns plus guitar, bass, ukulele, drums and steel—crafts new arrangements of vintage mid-century songs, utterly contemporary yet steeped in tradition.

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