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It’s Saturday Night!

Looking for something to do Saturday night in Truckee or North Tahoe?

Here are three local activities from the Sierra Sun events calendar:

Be Snow Smart –

Join local ski guide Dean Cummings at Granite Chief in Truckee for a free lesson on backcountry safety and avalanche awareness. Chance to win great prizes.

Saturday, November 22, 2008, 7 – 9pm

Granite Chief

11368 Donner Pass Road

Truckee, CA 96161

(530) 587-2809

Free Movie Night at The Book and Bean –

Head on down to the Book and Bean in Truckee for a free showing of “Of Mice and Men”. This John Steinbeck’s classic comes magnificently to life in this beautiful and stirring film starring Oscar nominees John Malkovich and Gary Sinise. Directed by Sinise from an adaptation by Oscar® winner Horton Foote, this “flawless miracle of movie-making” is a must-see for all audiences. Best friends Lennie (Malkovich) and George (Sinise) find themselves unemployed in Depression-era California, unable to keep jobs because of Lennie’s childlike mentality. But once they get hired at the Tyler Ranch, they enjoy a brief period of stability – until their supervisor’s wife (Sherilyn Fenn) becomes the victim of Lennie’s compassion, forcing George to make a compassionate decision of his own.

Saturday, November 22, 2008, 7 – 9pm

Book and Bean

10009 West River Street, Enter on Riverside Drive

Truckee, CA

(530) 582-8302

The Saddle Tramps at Crystal Bay Club

Local favorites The Saddle Tramps return to the Red Room for a free show on Saturday, Nov. 22 starting at 10 p.m. Big John and Scotty formed the Saddle Tramps in 1999. They started out as a comedy duo playing in places like The Improve doing shortened versions of some of their original songs and interjecting with standup improv comedy. The band then got it’s first gigs as a band and added a drummer and eventually by 2000 the gun-slinging go-go dancer Suzy Switchblade.

Saturday, November 22, 2008, 10 p.m.

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