Truckee Tahoe business briefs
James Beard award-winning chef Traci Des Jardins will open a signature restaurant, called Manzanita, at The Ritz-Carlton Highlands, Lake Tahoe, in Truckee in time for ski season. Des Jardins, one of the countryandamp;#8217;s most acclaimed chefs, is the chef/co-owner of Jardinire and Mijita Cocina Mexicana in San Francisco.
Second in Women in Business Series is coming to Lake Tahoe, from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m., Sawtooth Ridge Caf, 877 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City. Plumas Bank invites you to a free Women in Business Community Forum featuring Indria Gillespie, Director of the Sierra College Northeastern California Small Business Development Center and Debbie Sajdak, Plumas Bank Business Development Officer. Seating is limited, please contact Debbie Sajdak at Plumas Bank, 581-2857, ext. 1010.
The North Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce and the Sierra Sate Parks foundation will hold a Chamber mixer at Pine Lodge, in Sugar Pine Point State Park July 16, from 5 to 7 p.m. Free mansion tours and parking, courtesy California State Parks, free NLT Chamber raffle. Enjoy tasty tidbits on the verandah, laissez les bontemps rouller with the Nandamp;#8217;awlins-style sound of Cabin Fever. Future Chamber dates: July 31, mixer, The Potlatch at Raleyandamp;#8217;s Center, Incline Village, Nev.; Aug. 12, mixer, Northstar Village with Truckee Donner Chamber; Sept. 10, mixer, Resort at Squaw Creek for their Holiday Showcase with Truckee Donner Chamber; Sept. 11-13, Autumn Food andamp; Wine at Northstar, tickets go on sale July 10.
Sierra Sports Care and Chiropractic the office of Dr. John Walsh has moved to the Cobblestone Center in the heart of Tahoe City. Dr. John, a Tahoe local who was born and raised in the area is celebrating 10 years of practicing chiropractic in Tahoe City. The new location is in the heart of beautiful Tahoe City. The new office will offer the same quality care in sports injuries, chiropractic, and nutrition. Call for more information: (530) 581-1407.
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