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This week’s action: Winter countdown begins at Lake Tahoe (opinion, Caitlin Row)

Caitlin Row
Tribune Managing Editor
Matt Segal wakes up on Snowpatch Spire, located in the Bugaboos of British Columbia. Check out Reel Rock Film Festival this Friday at Lake Tahoe Community College.
Courtesy / Brett Lowell |

Lake Tahoe got its first real taste of winter Sunday afternoon when snow flurries thickly descended for an hour or so. After a pretty dry summer, a little moisture was a welcome sign of things to come. Let’s hope that white stuff continues through the fall, making our ski areas resplendent for opening day.

Meanwhile, here are three picks for fun at the lake this week:

1. GET INTO THE SPIRIT OF ADVENTURE

Reel Rock Film Tour brings five adrenaline-infused climbing films to Lake Tahoe Community College Friday. Whether you’re into climbing, or simply appreciative of the sport, this event is sure to inspire and entertain. Tickets are $15 at the door.

2. JAM OUT AT MONTBLEU

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Drive-By Truckers band mates are celebrating two decades together and their “American Band” album with a tour, including a Lake Tahoe stop Saturday — at MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa at 8 p.m. Tickets start at $35.

3. ELECTRO-TEASE AT THE LOFT

Enjoy a saucy, speakeasy-themed show at the Loft every other Wednesday, kicking off again Oct. 12; ElectroSwing Burlesque is a unique music and dance review aiming to entertain — and titillate — with old-fashioned glamour. Tahoe Moonshine tastings will be offered at intermission.

Lake Tahoe Action publishes Fridays and can be picked up around Lake Tahoe’s South Shore. Find these stories and more in Action and online.


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