Arts & Culture

Covering Tahoe Truckee events, music, arts, culture, books, and astrology.

Open your mind with Lavendar Roses

Twelve years ago, a group of seven lesbian women in Santa Rosa, Calif., wrote a play entitled Lavender Roses. The play, incorporating music and humor, was a way to share their life experiences, with a special focus on their spiritual journeys. To this day the play continues to be invited into communities all over Northern California. And now, on Nov. 17, Lavender Roses comes to the Elks Lodge in Grass Valley.

John Prine

John Prine, the songwriter’s songerwriter, is performing at the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts on Oct. 6.

Calendar Girls

Calendar Girls shares the true story of a group of older women that make a nude calendar. See the play April 10 to 12 or 17 to 19 in Truckee.

Anne Brigman: A Visionary in Modern Photography

The work of Anne Brigman, a pioneering feminist, suffragette, landscape photographer, poet, and mountaineer, captures the beauty of the human body and high desert geography as one.

Basket Weaving for the Soul

The North Tahoe Arts gallery is not just the home of exhibits for artists involved with the organization, but a hub of classes, monthly art meetups, and programs that promote the arts for kids and adults throughout the year.

Good Luck Macbeth’s Evil Dead: The Musical

Get sprayed with blood and watch the live rendition of the cult classic horror trilogy at Evil Dead: The Musical in Reno until Oct. 31.

Women’s Wellness Weekend

This weekend brings together local health and spiritual professionals to educate women on mind, body, and soulful wellness.

Calendar of Winter Events | 2018-19

With so much to do this winter, make sure you plan it right. Our guide will make sure you don't miss an event.

Dry Diggings Festival

Dry Diggings is a weekend of music, beer, and camping Placerville.

Haunted Halls Tour

The Haunted Hals tour of Virginia City’s Fourth Ward School takes attendees on a paranormal journey of the old school house that is only open to the public for purposes of the paranormal on Oct. 22. Go get spooked!