Trails and Vistas to offer creative community workshops for Truckee Tahoe art hike |

Trails and Vistas to offer creative community workshops for Truckee Tahoe art hike

TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; As the snow on the mountain peaks melts and the clouds part, Truckee/Tahoe locals and visitors look forward to the days of hiking the natural beauty of the Sierras. An anticipated art and cultural event is September’s Trails and Vistas Art Hike, which will feature local artists and performers along a three-mile hike at Squaw Valley, USA.

In addition to the Art Hike, Trails and Vistas will offer two free community art and dance workshops in collaboration with their new partner, the KidZone Museum and founding partner, InnerRhythms Dance Theatre, funded partially by the Truckee Rotary Club.

Families (children age 10 and older) are invited to explore dreams and dream symbols through creating art with Artist-in-Residence Cathee van Rossem St. Clair, Saturday June 19. The art created in Van Rossem St. Clair’s workshop will be showcased at Trails and Vistas Art Hike. To sign up for the dream workshop, call the KidZone at (530) 587-KIDS.

If you wish to explore dancing with sculptural elements, InnerRhythms Dance Theatre will host a Masters Dance Class with visiting aerialist Jodi Lomask, the Artistic Director from San Francisco dance company, CAPACITOR. All skill levels are welcome to enjoy a class featuring dancing with sculptural elements on Saturday, July 31. Call InnerRhythms to sign up at (530) 550-8464.

Tickets for the September Trails and Vistas art hike go on sale July 1 at the Truckee Donner Chamber of Commerce and Come hike for Trails and Vistas and#8220;If Dreams were Cloudsand#8221; Sept. 11 and 12, hosted by Squaw Valley USA. Visit to learn more about this year’s art hike and collaborating artists.

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