Truckee Tahoe announcements
Guests are invited to donate to the American Red Cross and assist with Haiti relief efforts every Sunday through Wednesday evening, Feb. 14 andamp;#8211; March 10 in the Lone Eagle Grill lounge at the Hyatt Regency. For each half price glass of wine purchased during Happy Hour, $1 will be donated to the American Red Cross. The Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino will match 100 percent of the donations. Assistance provided by the American Red Cross may include sending relief supplies, mobilizing relief workers and providing financial resources. Visit http://www.redcross.org. Contact Lone Eagle Grille at (775) 886-6899 or http://www.loneeaglegrille.com.
Judo means andamp;#8220;gentle wayandamp;#8221; and is a modern Japanese martial art. To introduce this technique you may try three classes free during the month of February. Call 587-3226, or drop by Revolution Athletics Training Center, 11430 Deerfield Drive #4B in Truckee.
North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District is hosting a Community Blood Drive from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 12, at the main fire station located at 875 Tanager St. Food and beverages will be provided courtesy of the Hyatt Regency Resort, Spa andamp; Casino and U-Bake Pizza. To make an appointment, contact the fire district at (775) 831-0351, ext. 0, or log onto http://www.bloodhero.com and use sponsor code: incline.
Join G. Brian Benson as he facilitates an interactive workshop called andamp;#8220;An Introduction to Balance, Friday, Feb. 12, at 6:30 p.m. at For Goodness Sake in Downtown Truckee. Benson is quickly becoming an expert in the field of balance and how being in balance can open up the doors to happiness and true fulfillment. His recently published book andamp;#8220;Brian’s List – 26 1/2 easy to use ideas on how to live a fun, balanced, healthy life!andamp;#8221; won a New Generation Indie Book Award in the self-help category for 2009. Brian offers a meaningful yet light-hearted approach to finding the balance we all strive to find in our busy lives. Visit http://www.gbrianbenson.com. Please call to register at 550-8981.
Have you heard about Slow Food but not sure what it is? Want to learn more? Than come to Slow Food Lake Tahoe’s orientation on Feb. 10 at 4 p.m. Located at Dragonfly Restaurant in Downtown Truckee, the monthly orientations, second Wednesdays each month, will be led by Billy McCullough, Dragonfly owner and chef and SFLT founding member, who will give a brief explanation about Slow Food USA and Slow Food Lake Tahoe. Anyone interested is welcome to attend; general members are invited to bring friends. There will be a no-host bar and guests are welcome to stay after for questions and socializing. Contact SFLT chapter leader Susan Diane at 582-7498 or email@example.com for information.
To raise money and awareness for athletes who have suffered a life-altering injury while pursuing their dream in the winter action sports community. Money has to go to bettering the life of any individual who may be injured: ie medical bills adaptive ski equipment, physical therapy, alternative healing methods. If you know a local Tahoe athlete who has been injured while pursuing their dream in the winter action sports community, High Fives Non Profit Foundation wants to help. The application process for the High Fives Scholarship Fund is open. Up to $7,500 is being awarded in 2010. Please apply at http://www.highfivesfoundation.org or contact Roy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please join Alpenglow Sports and Dave Nettle for the fourth and final free show of the annual Winter Film Series. The show starts at 7 p.m., Feb. 11, at the Sawtooth Ridge in Tahoe City. See Jake and Duncan’s mountain bike ride down the Great Divide, a 2,300 mile trail running from Canada to Mexico. On a quest to raise money and awareness for Disabled Sports USA, they pushed the limits to pedal this challenging trail in 29 days. Enjoy their tales of cycling this brutal and scenic trail while fueling up on milkshakes and Advil. Come early for good seating. The cafe will offer an earlybird dinner starting at 5:30 p.m. Reservations are recommended. There will be an awesome raffle with all proceeds to benefit Disabled Sports USA. For details contact Alpenglow Sports at 583-6917.
Ki Gong is always done with a smile to increase positive energy. You focus on the mind while conditioning the body. Increase your inner strength and peace and improve balance, circulation, and breath. Develop your mind, body, and spirit on Wednesdays. Classes are held at the Tahoe Center for Health and Sports Performance (TCHSP) 10710 Donner Pass Road, Truckee, at 5:30 p.m. Call 587-3769 for more information.
Doors open at 4:30 p.m. every Tuesday night at Jakeandamp;#8217;s On The Lake for a Hawaiian-themed aprs ski party. Happy Hour until 6:30 p.m. Specials on Mai Tais and Hawaiian pu-pus until 8 p.m., with charity raffles for great prizes. Jakeandamp;#8217;s has teamed up with Alpine Meadows Ski Resort, Homewood Mountain Resort and other local businesses to co-sponsor this event. Win lift tickets and gear. Raffle proceeds to benefit Disabled Sports USA Far West. Jakeandamp;#8217;s On The Lake is located at 780 N. Lake Blvd., Boatworks Mall, Tahoe City. Call 583-0188 or visit http://www.jakestahoe.com.
Local yoga instructor Emily Williams will present a yoga class in the Tahoe XC yurt from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 28. Stretch and expand yoga practice while warmed by a wood fire. The yoga class will focus on a blend of Ashtanga and Lyengar practices, and is suitable for all levels. The yurt is situated on the cross-country ski trail, a special and beautiful spot to practice yoga. After an invigorating session, head out the door and ski or snowshoe on a gentle trail in the full moon with longtime Tahoe XC instructor Tim Hauserman to the yellow hut, about 1 km away where hot drinks and the power of the moon await. Cost is $20. The yurt only holds 20 people. RSVP to Tim Hauserman at email@example.com. Participants must bring their own yoga and skiing gear, including a yoga mat.
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