TRUCKEE, Calif. - Moody's Bistro Bar & Beats in historic downtown Truckee is excited to announce "The Olympic Experience," a slide-show presentation by Olympians Katerina Nash and Daron Rahlves on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 8:30 p.m. "The Olympic Experience" is the next episode of Moody's popular "First Tuesday" event, a monthly artisan and outdoor sports-focused slide show highlighting talented people and nonprofit organizations of Tahoe-Truckee. Katerina Nash and Daron Rahlves will share photos and talk about their personal experiences of becoming Olympian athletes and what is it like to participate in the games. Both Katerina Nash and Daron Rahlves have a special accomplishment in common, not only are they both Olympians, Katerina and Daron will go down in history as the most decorated athletes in their sports. At 34 years of age, Katerina Nash is one of the most accomplished mountain bikers in North America. She has become one of the most winning riders in the US National series history and is a four-time Olympian, making her one of the most experienced Olympians across all sports at London. Daron Rahlves's story is similar; Rahlves is the most decorated American Downhill and Super G skier in history. Daron won 12 World Cup races, had 28 World Cup podiums, seven US National Titles, is the 2001 World Champion in Super G, Silver medal at the 2005 Worlds in DH and Bronze medal in GS.Moody's First Tuesday event, "The Olympic Experience" will be an opportunity for people to discover the fascinating stories of these two talented Olympic athletes of the Truckee community. For further information visit www.facebook.com/events/101543956672529/. Next up at First TuesdaysDec. 4: Tim Manning, a cinematographer of Burton Snowboards presents an anthem of his most creative snowboarding compilations. Jan. 8: Ben Mitchell, take a journey through the Afghanistan backcountry as Ben presents a slideshow on his skiing adventure through the dangerous territory. About Moody'sLocated in the heart of historic downtown Truckee, enjoy an experience reminiscent of a 1950s supper club. Moody's Bistro Bar & Beats showcases a diverse blend of live music, delicious spirits and a soulful mountain cuisine that features wild line-caught fish, wild game, all-natural meats, as well as pastas and pizza all made from scratch.The dining space at Moody's features a lounge with a large projection screen, two 50" televisions and a dining room ambiance that is warm and inviting with vintage posters from around the globe exhibited on the walls. In addition to the main dining accommodations, Moody's also features a private dining space for special functions that can seat up to 50 people. The private dining room features a fireplace and a flat screen television for company presentations, or for a wedding rehearsal dinner slideshow. Moody's Bistro Bar & Beats is open seven days a week for both lunch and dinner. For hours, reservations and menu information visit www.moodysbistro.com, like them on Facebook www.facebook.com/moodysbistrobarbeats or call 530-587-8688.
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