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Truckee and its nearby towns offer an ideal location for those who desire clean mountain air, plenty of sunshine and a laid-back lifestyle. Residents and visitors flock to the Truckee and North Lake Tahoe region for the variety of outdoor activities offered throughout this magnificent region.

 

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Dickson Realty Truckee ~ Truckee - Lake Tahoe Event Calendar

March 2013

March 8

Squaw Valley

Junior Freeride Tour at Squaw Valley, 10am – 4pm Juniors under the age of 18 will compete just like the adults in the Freeride World Tour.

Information: http://juniorfreeridetour.com/

SnowFest Cocktail Bingo

7 – 9pm10046 Church Street$10 First 2; $5 Additional cards. Adults play bingo for prizes and cash while celebrating SnowFest. Table reservations are available, minimum of $50 to reserve (includes 5 Bingo cards).

Information: www.historictruckee.com

March 9

Squaw Valley

Can-Do Vertical Express at Squaw Valley

Saturday, March 9, 8:30am – Sunday, March 10, 2013, 2:30pm

$500 Teams of three skiers/riders

Adults can participate in activities that include on-snow events, exciting prizes, complimentary lift tickets, food and goodie bags. Proceeds from the event go to providing people with MS to live full, productive lives by supporting theHeugaCenter's programs

Information: www.mscando.org

Register at www.verticalexpress.org or call 800-376-3101

Snowfest Parade

11:30am – 12:30pm Free for all ages. Come spend the full day and/or evening inKingsBeachbefore and after the parade as there are lots of events sure to bring smiles. 

For more information on Kings Beach Snowfest Parade or other Snowfest events planned in KingsBeach, please contact the North Tahoe Business Association at 530-546-9000 or info@northtahoebusiness.org.

www.gotahoenorth.com

Northstar

Transworld Transam, 12 – 1pm All ages.

Top amateur tour, jam style at NorthstarCalifornia. Price and times to be determined.

Information: www.northstarattahoe.com

Lunafest Film, Food and Wine

Olympic Village Lodge 6 – 9:30pm Adult event.

$30 Online; $40 at the door Event includes wine tasting, cuisine, silent auction, and award winning films. 100% of ticket sales are donated to charity. Tickets can be purchased online.

Information: girlsontherunsierras.org

March 10

I-Did-A-Run

Tahoe Donner Downhill Ski Area, 12 – 3pm. All ages. A timed dog pull race to benefit the Humane Society of Truckee-Tahoe. Bring your own dog or come and cheer on the pooches.

Information: www.tahoedonner.com

Stone Soup

5 – 7pm Free All ages. TruckeeCommunity Soup Night. Every Sunday evening until March 24th. Bring your own bowl and spoon!

Information: call 775-298-0008

March 16

Truckee Lions Club Corned Beef & Cabbage Bash

Truckee Community Arts Center

5:30 – 8pm10046 Church St.Adult, All ages $40 Per Person

Ticket includes dinner, a chance at $1000 door prize and one raffle ticket, music and fun. Tickets available at the Chamber of Commerce and Stones Tires.

Information: 530-563-6776

March 16 and 17

Squaw Valley

St. Patty's Spring Party Weekend

Saturday, March 16, 11am – Sunday, March 17, 2013, 4pm

Adult event. Kick off the spring season at Squaw's St. Patty's Spring Party Weekend and celebrate the luck of the Irish too! Soak up theCaliforniasunshine while enjoying a cold beverage in the expansive Hot Tub. A live DJ will be spinning from 12 to 3pm.

Information: www.squaw.com

March 17

Stone Soup

TruckeeCommunity Arts Center All Ages. 5 –7pmTruckeeCommunity Soup Night. Every Sunday evening until March 24th. All are welcome, bring your own bowl and spoon.

Information:  775-298-0008.

March 23- March 29

Sugar Bowl

Sugar Bowl Ski Resort Lift Ticket

All ages 35.00 lift tickets valid any one day between March 23-29. Proceeds from each lift ticket purchase goes directly to the Excellence in Education Foundation, which provides enhanced educational opportunities to Tahoe Truckee area students. Check and cash are payment only. Tickets are not refundable

Information: exined.org

March 24

Stone Soup

5 – 7pm Free All ages. TruckeeCommunity Soup Night. Every Sunday evening until March 24th. Bring your own bowl and spoon!

Information: call 775-298-0008

March 30

Squaw Valley

Pain McSchlonkey Classic

All Ages. Witness the greatest ski competition known to man or woman. Includes the hot dog downhill, extreme small mountain snowblade invitational, insane costume contest, outrageous raffle and ridiculous 80's after party

Information: shanemcconkey.org

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