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Residents of Northern Nevada are lucky to have their pick of activities to enjoy both indoors and outdoors. With Lake Tahoe just a 30-minute drive away from the city, outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy four mild seasons to peak every interest. Right here in Reno there are events ranging from classical music series to brewery tours to monster truck shows, and everything in between. Please enjoy this selection of attractions and activities to enjoy the rest of winter right here in Reno-Tahoe. 

 

Skiing/Snowboarding

Lake Tahoe is one of the largest alpine lakes in the world and is home to 15 ski resorts, each with their own unique slice of heaven in the Sierra Nevada mountains. The famous resorts dot both the Nevada and California side of the

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The mountains in Northern Nevada are dusted with snow and the holiday season is in the air! There are so many great activities during the winter season to enjoy. From skiing and snowmobiling to ice skating and snowshoeing, the outdoor fun is endless. After a day on the slopes, there are plenty of attractions in the city this December to get you in the holiday spirit. Don’t be a scrooge, check out some of these fun and exciting upcoming events!

 

Christmas Wonderland

THE ROW

November 23 - December 25

THE ROW announces the return of “Christmas Wonderland” in the Eldorado Showroom, beginning Thanksgiving week on Wednesday, Nov. 23, with performances through Sunday, Dec. 25. The family-friendly Christmas spectacular will be complete with

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October is all about spooky things and saying hello to fall! The crisp air marks the changing season, with cooler nights to compliment the pleasantly warm days. There are plenty of events to enjoy for all ages in Northern Nevada this October. Be sure to check out a few of our favorites below! 

 

Andellin Family Farms Fall Festival

Until November 5

A lot goes on at the farm in the fall! Andellin’s Adventure Farm was voted in the top ten pumpkin patches in the nation. Be sure to enjoy the animal exhibits, live music, fresh produce, barnyard activities, rides, and games. Explore the 5-acre corn maze, day or night. Board one of three zombie buses to fight a zombie invasion on the farm with paintballs. Or brave the 1/2 mile of haunted corn path

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Summer has finally arrived! There are so many wonderful and diverse events all summer long in the Reno-Sparks and Lake Tahoe region. We put together some of our favorites and the list got a little long. What can we say, living in northern Nevada is exciting! 

 

The Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harvey’s

Now - September 2022

The Lake Tahoe summer concert series in not to be missed. Hosting some of music’s names in its 4,000-seat amphitheater, this iconic Tahoe venue is right on the water’s edge. This summer’s series includes Norah Jones. Kenny Chesney, Dave Matthews Band, Jack Johnson, and more. 

 

Reno is Artown

The month of July

Reno transforms into Artown during the entire month of July! Enjoy exciting and engaging art-centric

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The Reno Jazz Festival took the stage by storm with a triumphant return to the stage this April. 

First formed in 1962, the festival has welcomed thousands of budding young musicians to the University of Nevada, Reno. Three full days of jazz performance, workshops, concerts, and coaching keep entertainers and the entertained alike well occupied during the festival’s duration.

This year’s event was smaller than its usual 8,000 person plus attendance list. The festival was packed with content and artistry, offering more than 15 workshops on a range of jazz related artists. Students are taught by some of the country’s leading jazz artists and educators. 

“60 years is no small achievement and much gratitude and credit are due to all those that

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With the highest concentration of ski resorts in North America, it’s no wonder Reno-Tahoe is home to so many Winter Olympic athletes. For the third straight winter event, local athletes won a region-best four medals. This year, Reno’s David Wise won the silver medal in the ski halfpipe, to add to this previous collection of two gold medals.

Northern Lake Tahoe played host to the 1960 Olympic Games in Squaw Valley, one of the largest ski areas in the United States. The popular landmark has served as inspiration for everyday skiers and local Olympic hopefuls. Since the games, visitors have come to ski at Palisades Lake Tahoe Ski Resort on the mountain that Olympians jumped in the 60’s and to see the tribute sign with the Olympics Rings near the ski

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The United States Tennis Association (USTA) has announced that Team USA will play at the Reno Events Center for the 2022 Davis Cup qualifier against Colombia. The competition will take place March 4 – 5 and be the very first Davis Cup match in Reno as well as the first in Nevada since 1995. In fact, the only time that the competition has taken place in the Silver State was when the U.S. and Sweden played at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas 17 years ago.

A Davis Cup event is an international showcase of some of the world’s best tennis players and is viewed as the World Cup of men’s tennis. The competition is the largest international team play in world sport with almost 150 nations participating every year. The upcoming qualifier is a best-of-five match

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Thinking of relocating to Reno-Tahoe? We don’t blame you. Northern Nevada is arguably one of the best places to stake your claim in the great 50 states. As one of the fastest growing states in the nation, Nevada has so much to offer and we compiled a list of our favorite fun facts to know about the Reno-Tahoe region.

1) Research your neighborhoods. Whatever you’re in the market for, Reno-Tahoe has it all when it comes to living options. Enjoy the hustle and bustle of city life? Or perhaps looking for a quiet refuge in the forest? Each neighborhood in the area holds its unique charms.

2) Traffic doesn’t (mostly) exist. Rush hour in Northern Nevada mostly revolves around ski or beach traffic after an epic powder day or one of many cloudless summer

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Now residents of Reno-Tahoe can catch a quick, nonstop flight to the Eureka/Arcata community in Northern California. The inaugural flight service is offered by aha!, an airline powered by veteran ExpressJet Airlines, and began on November 9th.

Flights will operate each Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday departing the California Redwood Coast – Humboldt County Airport at 11:25 a.m. PT and arrive at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport by 12:35 p.m. PT. Flights from Reno to Eureka will depart at 9:30 a.m. PT and arrive at 10:40 a.m. PT.

"We are pleased to begin service from Reno to Eureka, giving travelers in both markets the ability to put together, for example, a short spontaneous two- or three-night trip using lower week-day hotel rates" said

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Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe is a favorite resort for many locals and visitors to the Reno-Tahoe area. This winter, work will begin to upgrade some of the ski terrain of the mountain and introduce a brand-new high-speed chairlift.

The Lakeview area of the mountain will be expanding to include new terrain and the project is estimated to cost around $7.5 million, with expected completion ahead of the 2022 – 23 winter season.

 

“For 41 years, the Lakeview triple has provided access to incredible skiing and riding and expansive views of Lake Tahoe. Last season, strong ridership combined with COVID-19 related chairlift restrictions proved it necessary to increase Lakeview’s lift capacity,” said Mike Pierce, Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe marketing director. “When

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