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UDPATE RE: COVID-19

In light of the Coronavirus and health advisories, many organizations have decided to cancel or postpone their event in Truckee in the near future. If you had planned to attend an event, please refer to the event website for timely and most up-to-date information. As always, our priority is the health and well-being of our community and of our visitors. Most events create group gatherings that are not advised by health officials at this time. Before traveling to Truckee, please read through the following Travel Update and Information for Visitors.

Nightlife + Music

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Nightlife + Music

Arts + Culture

Truckee arts, culture, culinary events

Arts + Culture + Culinary

Sports + Adventure

Sports + Adventures

Sports + Adventures

Truckee Events Calendar

Thursday May 9, 2019
Ceramics Open Studio is for members who want to create a project or just look and learn some new tricks and tips. Free to members who are looking for supervised ... read more
Categories: Truckee Cultural District
Thursday May 9, 2019
Enjoy free live music Thursday and Friday evenings in our bar at Cottonwood Hilltop Restaurant. ... read more
Categories: Truckee Cultural District, Nightlife + Music, Cuisine + Breweries + Markets
Thursday May 9, 2019
Using traditional Japanese tools, participants will learn how to design, carve and hollow out the bowl of the spoon, as well as sand and finish the piece. All supplies are included during the workshop and available for purchase for an additional cost. This workshop is designed for adults, and also appropriate for kids ages 13 and older when accompanied by their parent. ... read more
Categories: Truckee Cultural District, Learning + Workshops, Nightlife + Music
Thursday May 9, 2019
Join Mountain Area Preservation (MAP) and Tahoe Mountain Sports for Treeline, a new Patagonia film celebrating the forests on which humans have always depended. Follow a group of snow-seekers, scientists and healers as they explore the birch forests of Japan, the red cedars of British Columbia and the bristlecones of Nevada. This event is a benefit for MAP’s Save Tahoe campaign, challenging the Martis Valley West development. ... read more
Categories: Sports + Adventures