Art classes, organic food pick-up now offered at Salvaged in Tahoe City |

Art classes, organic food pick-up now offered at Salvaged in Tahoe City

Staff report

TAHOE CITY, Calif. — Eighteen months since opening, Salvaged in Tahoe City is now offering art classes and workshops, birthday parties, and a pick-up location for sustainably grown and raised produce and meat.

Local art teacher and Salvaged co-owner Alissa Morganti is offering an after-school “Young at Art” class for children four and up every Tuesday from 1:30-2:30 p.m. through Feb. 10, in which budding artists will explore paint, pastels and colors.

Also, each Wednesday through Feb. 11, an “Art for All” class geared for children 10 and up explores master artists and working in watercolor paints and sculpture. Drop in rates for each class is $15.

For adults, Morganti is offering a jewelry-making class on Friday, Feb. 6, from 6-8 p.m. Cost is $60 and includes all materials.

On Saturday, Feb. 7, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., local ayurvedic practitioner Jeremy Anderson will host a “spa day,” in which participants create and take home a custom-blended aromatherapy spray, personalized body oil and healing bath salts. Cost is $45 and includes material fee.

Salvaged also hosts private birthday parties for kids, often focusing on a craft or art project. Prices start at $110 and include rental space, a themed craft and materials.

Further, through Mountain Bounty Farm’s CSA program, folks can get organic and locally farmed fruit and veggies year-round on Thursdays at Salvaged from 3-7 p.m. To sign up, visit

For those interested in naturally grown and pasture-raised chicken, lamb and pork, including cage-free eggs and other artisanal foods, customers can join Sinclair Family Farm’s Meat Buyer’s Club and pick up pre-ordered goods at Salvaged the third Thursday of each month. To learn more, visit

Located at 585 West Lake Blvd. in Tahoe City, Salvaged is an artisan collective featuring the work of more than 25 artists and artisans making goods including textiles, ceramics, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork and artwork, all out of recycled materials.

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