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Just in time for summer, the Club at ArrowCreek has ushered in Phase I of its amazing $40 million renovation. The new amenities are world-class, offering the level of upscale service and ambiance you would expect at a luxurious hotel or resort. The best part? It’s right in your backyard.

Under new oversight by leading golf management company Troon, the contemporary Clubhouse facelift features 12.5 acres of outdoor extravaganza. Whether you’re a golf aficionado or just looking to relax, there’s something for everyone. The fully-furnished 15,000 square-foot deck showcases a new 5,000 square foot pool complex with areas to swim or splash in the family, adult, or children’s pools. To elevate your poolside experience, indulge in one of six Cabanas

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As we are all adjusting to a temporary "new normal" with COVID-19, our team thought it would be fun to do a light-hearted interview. Nestle in, grab your favorite snack, and join us for a little Q&A. 

What is the best silver lining with the additional time at home?

 

Brooke Sullivan: Spending time with my family. Getting to enjoy my daughters without being in a rush to fit it all in. 

Rob Wonhof: Time for continuing education and it can all be done virtually (instead of half live classes).  I am going to start any minute now!

Monica Gore: Being able to spend quality time with my children without distraction. They really love the additional attention I'm giving them and that makes us all happy. 

Heather Neal: My daughter is

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By Dickson Realty Guest Blog Writer Chris Galli

If you’re looking for March things to do in Reno and Sparks, then you’ve found the right post! No matter if you want to race against a leprechaun, plan the perfect wedding, or support a nonprofit, you can do it all at one of the many March events in Reno/Sparks. For our top picks, keep reading!

Free Wedding Faire

  • When: Sunday, March 1, 2020
  • Where: My Wedding Library, 13945 S Virginia St, Ste 618, Reno
  • More Information

Join Reno/Tahoe area event professionals for this free wedding fair, presented by My Wedding Library. My Wedding Library connects engaged couples with local Reno/Lake Tahoe wedding vendors, and helps couples to compare local vendors, read other brides’ reviews

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By Guest Blog Writer, Chris Galli at Dickson Realty. 

December is the time of year when Northern Nevada begins to twinkle with all the holiday lights in Reno-Sparks. From neighborhood-wide competitions to neighbors who coordinate a gorgeous light display on their block, to individuals with a zest for decorating, many areas get into the holiday spirit. Want to see some of the best light displays? Here are a few places we’d recommend checking out to see holiday lights in Reno-Sparks.

1. Hidden Valley Parade of Lights

For 37 years, the Hidden Valley Parade of Lights has lit up this neighborhood east of McCarran Boulevard. The light displays stay up through Jan. 1, and anyone is welcome to drive the streets and see the show. A community

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Thanksgiving is a time to express gratitude, so it’s the perfect opportunity to share why we cherish our Montrêux Golf & Country Club. Conveniently located between Reno and Lake Tahoe, Montrêux is a private, 726-acre golf course community with approximately 550 luxury home sites. The centerpiece is the renowned 18-hole, Jack Nicklaus Signature Championship Course.

Here are 15 reasons why we are thankful for Montrêux:

1. World Class Golf. Montrêux’s Par 72 PGA Championship golf course features a number of drops in elevation as it meanders 7,500 yards through towering pines and flowing streams—creating a serene and spectacular golf setting. The signature hole is the Par 4 17th, featuring a 138-foot drop from the tee box to the fairway. The

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Article courtesy of guest blog writer Chris Galli with Dickson Realty.

Did you know that Nevada is home to more ghost towns than actual populated towns? With more than 600 ghost towns scattered through the Silver State, there are many places where you can explore the vestiges of history. Here are four ghost towns that are less than a day’s drive from Reno:

Photographer: Sydney Martinez/Travel Nevada

Ghost Towns: Berlin Ghost Town

Preserved by the state of Nevada, Berlin gives visitors a peek into what it was like to live in a turn-of-the-20th-century mining camp. A self-guided tour features signs with information about the dozen remaining buildings as well as Berlin’s history. Visitors can see a 30-stamp mill where ore was processed and an

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By Guest Blogger Chris Galli

September events in Reno/Sparks represent the height of Northern Nevada’s special events season. Almost every weekend has one of Reno and Sparks’ iconic events, such as The Great Reno Balloon Race, National Championship Air Races or the Street Vibrations Fall Rally. In addition to these large, multi-day events, there are also many smaller, single day events. Looking for other things to do to in Reno and Sparks? You can do yoga with bunnies, see a camel race, or explore the more than 30 urban murals.

September Events in Reno/Sparks: Barrels & Bites 2019

  • When: Friday, Sept. 6, 2019
  • Where: Peppermill Resort Spa Casino, 2707 S. Virginia St., Reno
  • More Information

Calling all beer lovers, professional

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Photo courtesy of Chris Neal

The East Shore Trail between Incline Village and Sand Harbor State Park is now open! 

The three mile route features 17 designated vista points, 11 designated shoreline access points, eight bear-proof trash stations, more than 30 bike racks, three bike repair stations with air pumps and tools, five bathrooms and five benches with more on the way. There are also six bridges, one of which is the longest bridge in the Tahoe Basin at 810 feet.

The parking is currently free. At the trailhead, there are three new parking lots with about 90 spaces near Ponderosa Road right off of State Route 28. In the coming months, it will be converted to paid parking through the Tahoe Transportation District, with revenues to be used

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Guest Blog courtesy of Chris Galli, Dickson Realty

One of the best summer activities in Northern Nevada is to go to one of the many outdoor concerts in Reno. Can’t you feel the warm air, smell the fresh cut grass, hear the live music and see the sun setting in the background?

To help bring more music, art, and culture to the Biggest Little City, Dickson Realty and several of our agents are sponsoring several summer concerts in Reno. With a variety of artists, dates, and locations, you’re sure to find one that works for your schedule!

Concerts on the Village Green

From 6 to 8 p.m., every Sunday in Village Green Park, everyone can enjoy live music, food trucks and fun at Concerts on the Village Green. These concerts in Reno are

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Looking for a place in Reno-Tahoe to celebrate America’s birthday? Here are some patriotic ideas!

1) 4th of July with the Reno Phil  

Photo credit: Artown and Reno Phil Orchestra

The Reno Phil Orchestra and Chorus will perform patriotic and classical favorites at Wingfield Park in Downtown Reno. Conducted by Laura Jackson, this family friendly performance will begin at 7:30pm and will end with a fantastic firework finale. This event is free to the community.

300 W. 1st Street

Reno, NV 89503

 

2) 4th Annual Star Spangled Sparks Fireworks Spectacular at the Nugget Casino Resort

 

Photo credit: Nugget Casino Resort

Festivities include the largest fireworks show in Northern Nevada, live music, food and beverage vendors, arts

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