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Lake Tahoe: Entertainment This Week

Staff Report

The Loft Offers Fun New Specials

The Loft is offering weekly specials every day for the community to have fun affordably. Along with their regularly scheduled Magic Fusion shows beginning at 7 and 9 p.m., each night will feature a new special.

Monday nights will see 20% off all food and beverages. Tuesday Night is Tahoe Blue Vodka Trivia Night. Enjoy a night of trivia with $5 Tahoe Blue drinks and $300 worth of cash and prizes. Wine Wednesday is perfect for a night with the girls. Bottles of wine and champagne will be priced at $25 and wine flights will be $10. Thursday is Lipstick Lounge, so guests wearing lipstick will receive $5 house wine, champagne, or cosmos. Fridays and Saturdays, The Loft will be hosting live music with different local artists every week. Sunday’s Magic Fusion Show is Kid’s Night, so kids ticket’s are free with the purchase of an adult ticket.



For more information, visit thelofttahoe.com.

DJ’s at Big Blue View Bar at Homewood Mountain Resort



Homewood will host a rotating list of local DJ’s to play every Saturday afternoon for the month of January.
Provided by Homewood Mountain Resort

Homewood will be hosting a rotating line up of local DJ’s every Saturday, with a show from 12 to 3 p.m. this Saturday, Jan 22 at the mid-mountain Big Blue View Bar. Stop in for a party on the mountain with music, drinks, and beautiful views of the West Shore. The event is free, and will be happening every Saturday until March 5.

For more information, visit skihomewood.com/events/.

Sunday FundRaise at Flatstick Pub

South Lake Tahoe’s indoor mini-golf course and pub Flatstick Pub is teaming up with Achieve Tahoe to help lift up the community. Each Saturday this month of January from 2 to 5 p.m., Flatstick Pub will donate $1 for every beer and $1 for every round of mini-golf purchased to Achieve Tahoe. The North Lake Tahoe non-profit is an organization that provides year-round outdoor recreation programs for children and adults with physical, sensory, and intellectual disabilities.

The locally owned and family-operated establishment is excited to help support their community with the intention of raising $200,000 for local nonprofit organizations in 2022.

Flatstick Pub is located at 4101 Lake Tahoe Blvd Suite #101.

Guided Snowshoe Hike at Van Sickle Bi-State Park

The Sugar Pine Foundation and the Tahoe Rim Trail Association (TRTA) are up for a unique snowshoe through South Lake Tahoe’s Van Sickle Bi-State Park from 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.. The snowshoe hike will also see the teams delve into the natural and human history of the area, as well as learning about the impacts of a wildfire burn following an intense fire season in the basin.

The three mile hike is appropriate for all, and registration is a non-refundable $5.

Parking will be available at the Heavenly Parking garage for $3.75 an hour. A COVID19 screening will be conducted at the trailhead. It’s recommended that everyone bring water, snacks, and wear the appropriate clothing, with extra layers and gloves and a hat. Additionally, those in attendance should bring snowshoes, but shoes will also be available to borrow. Trekking poles are also recommended, but optional.

To register, visit tahoerimtrail.secure.force.com/CnP_PaaS_EVT__ExternalRegistrationPage?event_id=a244T000000cz06QAA&, or email lindseys@tahoerimtrail.org.

Forest Futures Salon: Cultural Burning & Prescribed Fire

Join the Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation for their Forest Futures Salon, featuring a conversation about the necessity of Cultural Burning and Prescribed fire on the landscapes of the Sierra Mountains and the basin. From 4 to 5:15 p.m. via zoom on Wednesday, Jan 26, listen to Zeke Lunder and Vikki Preston will discuss the differences and similarities between the two practices and why they are both necessary. Preston will discuss the traditional ecological knowledge and Indigenous land management practices of the subject, with Lunder covering the landowner prescribed burning associations.

For more information, visit ttcf.net/projects-programs/forest-futures/forest-futures-salons/.


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