Happy New Year From Tahoe City

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In This Issue
Shop Local – Win Prizes
Holiday Happenings
8th Annual Lake Tahoe Backcountry Demo Event
Alpenglow Winter Film Series
Party Like it’s SNOWFEST
Meet Olympian Joe Pete Wilson
Winter Triathlon this weekend
New Years Eve at Jake’s
Tahoe Youth Ballet presents
A Benefit for Blake
Winter Transit Options
Tahoe City Winter Sports Park is OPEN!
Top 10 things to know about the TC Winter Sports Park

Shop Local
November 29 – January 10

Keep on Shopping Locally, the contest continues! Turn in Contest Cards by January 10th at The North Tahoe Visitor Center, Tahoe Daves, Geared for Games, The Store and Plumas Bank.


We encourage you to continue to support the North Tahoe business community this holiday season by shopping locally. Pick up your SHOP LOCAL card, participants who collect four stickers on their contest card, which represents $100 in local spending, are eligible to win grand prizes, including a Gold Tahoe Super Pass, Tahoe Value Ski Pass, Homewood Ski Pass, Diamond Peak Ski Pass, $300 Tahoe Dave’s Gift Certificate plus additional prizes. for info and rules, visit


Holiday Happenings & Winter Activities Other than Skiing

The North Lake Tahoe Resort Association Visitor Information Staff has compiled a comprehensive list of local activities for visitors to do.  If you are interested check out these documents.

8th Annual Lake Tahoe Backcountry Demo Event
ALPENGLOW SPORTS presents the 8th Annual Lake Tahoe Backcountry Demo Event Saturday, January 11th, 2014 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
at Alpine Meadows Ski Resort Tahoe City, California
The event is free, but participants must possess a valid lift ticket or season pass purchased from Alpine Meadows or Squaw Valley USA, along with a driver’s license and credit card for deposit. Registration for the event will occur onsite at the Alpenglow Sports tent on January 11th.

Winter Film Series #3: Salomon Female Ski Mountaineer  Kim Havell ~ January 9th, 7:00 PM
Olympic Valley Lodge

Alpenglow Sports is proud to announce the third installment of the 2013/14 Winter Film Series with world-famous female ski  mountaineer and Salomon-athlete Kim Havell. On January 9th at 7PM Havell will share her tale “The Magic of Mountain Partnership.”
The show is FREE and is designed to motivate, inspire, and educate. Amazing raffle prizes from Salomon, Black Diamond, Osprey, Buff, Pro Bar and Suunto will be on hand. 100% ofproceeds will benefit the Sierra Avalanche Center.


Please come early for drink specials and good seating. The show begins at 7pm. Please call  Alpenglow Sports at 530.583.6917 with questions.

Party Like it’s SnowFest!
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SAVE THE DATE!  Party like its  Snowfest fundraiser.


Date: January 14, 2013
Time: 5:00 – 8:00 PM
Location: Hacienda Del Lago
Dear John,

Another year, another reason to celebrate. Wishing you and yours a Happy New Year!

Museum to Host Winter Olympian and US Ski Team Coach ~ Joe Pete Wilson!

The Museum of Sierra Ski History and 1960 Winter Olympics in partnership with Granlibakken Resort will present living history with Joe Pete Wilson from December 26, 2013 through January 3, 2014 from noon to 4:00 p.m. each day. – – – Wilson was a member of the 1960 United States Cross-country Team that competed in the VIII Olympic Winter Games at Squaw Valley and Lake Tahoe. Wilson raced against international skiing stars in the 30 km race held near Tahoma, Cal. Later he was a member of the two and four-man USA Olympic Bobsled Teams wining a bronze medal in 1964 during World Cup competition. He coached the USA biathlon team and co-founded the first commercial cross-country ski area in the United States at the Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe, Vt.
The Museum of Sierra Ski History and 1960 Winter Olympics is located at the Boatworks Mall, 760 North Lake Blvd., #2, Tahoe City, Cal. 96145. The museum exhibits artifacts from early  20th century skiing, memorabilia from the early years of Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows ski areas, Bill Briner Olympic photo collection, and artifacts and memorabilia from the 1960 Winter  Olympics. All exhibits include explanatory interpretive panels. Dozens of items are on display, including skis, boots, promotional literature, rare Olympic souvenirs and artifacts, photographs
and official documents and memorabilia from modern-day Olympic athletes based at Lake Tahoe. The museum is open daily 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. through the holiday season and weekends and holiday during the ski season. Admission is free.

Winter Triathlon this Saturday!

New Year’s Eve at Jake’s

Tahoe Youth Ballet Presents

A Benefit for Blake

Winter Transit Options

Tahoe City Winter Sports Park now OPEN!


The Top 10 things to know about the

Tahoe City Winter Sports Park

#10-The Park is OPEN, Friday – Sunday’s, for the winter season with sledding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and dining and it will be open DAILY during the holiday season (beginning 12/20).


#9 – The trails are all dog friendly.


#8 – There is a new menu at the restaurant with family friendly options and pricing.


#7 – Adults can now enjoy fine wines and drink specialties at the bar.


#6 – The fire pits are going every Saturday night – come out and make a FREE s’more!


#5 – There is a dedicated, FREE, walking and snowshoe trail that is great for families.


#4 – There are events all winter long at the snow park including:

  • Saturday, 1/4/14: Evening Sports Park Relays
  • Saturday, 2/1/14: Family Biathlon Event
  • Sunday, 2/2/14: Super bowl Sunday at the Park
  • Saturday, 2/15/14: Full Moon Skiing and Sledding, Bonfire
  • Wednesday, 2/26/14: Cobblestone Relays
  • Sunday, 3/2/14:  Wacky Winter Bowling

#3 – Every Saturday is “Sports Park Saturdays” and the winter sports park is open for night skiing, sledding, dining and free s’mores.


#2 – There is something for everyone in your group including dining, bar, sledding, cross-country skiing, walking, snowshoeing.


And the number one thing to know about the Tahoe City Winter Sports Park is………..


#1- The Winter Sports Park has great cross-country skiing, sledding, snowshoeing, and dining this holiday season, right in the heart of downtown Tahoe City at the Tahoe City Golf Course!


www.wintersportspark.com    ●   530.583.1516



Snow Adventures at Sugar Pine Point State Park



Coming this winter – Alpenglow Mountain Festival 
425 North Lake Blvd. #1
Tahoe City, CA 96145
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