North Lake Tahoe: We want your SnowFest! memories from the past 30 years |

North Lake Tahoe: We want your SnowFest! memories from the past 30 years

TAHOE CITY, Calif. and#8212; SnowFest! is a 10-day celebration of the High Sierra lifestyle that takes place during the first week of March in North Lake Tahoe/Truckee.

The festival consists of about 60 events including a torchlight parade, fireworks and laser show, two street parades and other activities such as snow sculpting , human bowling, a luau, Mardi Gras party, a dog pull, ski races and a polar bear swim.

The 2011 version will be the 30th annual edition. The Sierra Sun, in partnership with SnowFest!, is compiling information for a commemorative 30-year anniversary special edition to publish prior to the event next March.

In the true essence of this being a community project, SnowFest! and the Sierra Sun are looking for community submissions to fill the anniversary editionand#8217;s many pages.

Locals are encouraged to submit photos, stories, testimonials and other commemorative materials via e-mail to Sierra Sun Managing Editor Kevin MacMillan at, in person at the Sunand#8217;s offices in Truckee (12315 Deerfield Drive) or Tahoe City (3090 North Lake Blvd.) or in person at the SnowFest! offices at 531 North Lake Blvd. in Tahoe City.

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