Members of Contractors Association of Truckee Tahoe Community Project (CATTCP), Mountain Forge, Inc. employees, the Truckee Donner Railroad Society, and the Truckee Donner Historical Society are planning a dedication for the rail platform, recently completed at the Truckee River Regional Park. The team will celebrate their success and recognize the many volunteers and donors who made the steel platform at the Children’s Railway a reality.
Homewood High & Dry is a long-standing business that has thrived on the West Shore since the early 1960s. Taking an innovative approach to boat storage, the Homewood High & Dry Marina was the first in the area to utilize dry rack storage. Borrowing the concept from marinas in Florida, which are often subject to harsh weather, dry rack storage would prove beneficial in keeping boats safe during Tahoe’s unpredictable weather.
Dine or stay on the shores of Lake Tahoe at the West Shore Café & Inn. Experience the magic, breathtaking views, delicious seasonal California cuisine, live music, and outdoor dining. The West Shore Café & Inn boasts an elegant fine dining room with pier dining available during the summer, bar, and a great venue for hosting your special event.
Gorgeous lodging units provide some of the nicest accommodations in the region offering four elegant mountain-inspired guest suites and two classic mountain-inspired guest rooms.
Emily Evans, founder, and owner of Bridgetobridge Marketing is a leading brand marketing executive with over 25 years of experience in promotions, events, and marketing. A strategic thinker and expert in branded marketing solutions, Emily’s team has earned a stellar reputation for delivering cost-effective, branded marketing programs to companies large and small across the country. Her firm represents a diverse clientele with special attention to consumer brands,
In 2017, Truckee became only the 14th city to earn the prestigious California Cultural District designation. Distinctive for its small-town vibe and mountain scenery, Truckee offers a creative culture that celebrates a tightly knit community, western history, and independent spirit, with abundant artists, arts venues, and special events.
To show off Truckee’s coveted designation and highlight its numerous and diverse cultural offerings this September and October,
Big Life Local Wildlife Painter Ali Armstrong grew up in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She began her career as a freelance portrait artist and then later transitioned into an art consultant role with a nonprofit that led to illustration work for Bible-based children’s books.
In 2014 Armstrong started Scarce, to raise money and awareness for animal species in crisis. Her work has been exhibited and auctioned by several of America’s most prominent zoos and at Art Basil Miami.
Mike Richardson is honored to provide Alpenflow Yoga Studio to the Truckee community. Mike moved to Lake Tahoe in the Fall of 1993 to complete his Bachelor’s Degree at Sierra Nevada College in Incline Village, NV. He stayed in the area enjoying the active lifestyle that Truckee-Lake Tahoe boasts; including skiing, mountain biking, and climbing.
In 2003, a series of injuries led Mike to begin practicing yoga for pain relief.
Established by Ryan Fowler in 2014, Dirt Gypsy Adventures set out to blend adventure, active travel and trail exploration for all abilities with a variety of mountain bike tours across the Western US. Dirt Gypsy Adventures is North Lake Tahoe’s four-season outfitter and guide service for all things bike-related. Their Truckee-based operation offers single and multi-day guided tours, summer trailhead shuttle service throughout the Basin,
Dance is our passion, our business, our life and it is our goal to inspire others to grow their own passion for the art of dance. We strive to nurture every student and to give them the physical, mental, and emotional tools to uncover their full potential as dancers and artists. Whether through one of our 6 dance companies or through one of our 60+ weekly classes,
Inspired by natural beauty and mountain scenery, Truckee is home to a creative culture that is unique in community spirit, inclusivity, and individual creativity. Truckee earned the prestigious honor of being recognized and designated by the California Arts Council as one of 14 California Cultural Districts. This designation follows California’s recognition of arts as a lever for societal change, and particularly creative placemaking as a tool for community development. … Continue reading Good Morning Truckee: Truckee Cultural District