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What to do this Memorial Weekend

The first long weekend of the season is here, Memorial Weekend! With summer peeking out from around the corner it is the perfect time to explore the “Biggest Little City in the World” and its fantastic surrounding areas.

Friday evening, relax at the Reno Street Food- Party in the Park! Enjoy gourmet food from 25 different local vendors all while listening to live music played by local musicians. Located in Idlewild Park from 5pm to 9pm it is family friendly and is the kickoff event for summer 2015.

Northstar California’s Bike & Hike Park opens this Friday where you can experience cross country and downhill mountain bike trails that range from beginner to advanced.

On Saturday, show your support for the veterans in our community by heading up to Virginia City for Virginia City’s Celebration of Heroes Memorial Day Parade. It honors and celebrates veterans of the past and the present.

The Historic Route at the Virginia and Truckee Railroad opening weekend is here! Take a historic route from Virginia City to Gold Hill all while listening to the famous history of the mining boom in the 19th century that made Virginia City one of the most dominant cities at the time. For more information on tickets visit Virginia and Truckee Railroad.

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Wild Island waterpark opening day is May 23! Perfect for the family to have fun spending the day outside at the waterpark and at night hang out at the Coconut Bowl or even squeeze in a game of mini golf!

Saturday night leave the kids at home and experience downtown Reno at the Reno Beer Crawl from 2pm-6pm. Explore the different attractions that make Reno great while tasting nationally recognized and local distributed craft beers. The starting location is The Waterfall 134 West 2nd St. and then move and taste as you want all for $5.

If you’re with the entire family The Jam On It Memorial Day Tournament happening at the Reno-Sparks Livestock Events Center also check out the Discovery Museum. The museum will be open all weekend, including Memorial Day, so go ahead and discover something new!

On Memorial Day get outside and enjoy the warm spring air and the sunshine that is expected with either a picnic at the park, a day at the sandy beach of Lake Tahoe or the numerous hiking trails in Reno and Lake Tahoe!

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JetBlue Connecting NY & Reno: What To Check Out During Your Stay

JetBlue is coming to Reno Tahoe! Starting May 28 there will be a non-stop flight available from Reno, at the Reno Tahoe Airport, to New York, at the JFK Airport. Currently the flight is a featured deal on JetBlue’s website here for a special starting price of $149 for one way. The schedule for the 6-hour flight includes JFK to RNO, 7:40 to 11:07 pm and RNO to JFK, 11:59 pm – 8:09 am. Soon it will be all too easy to get from the Biggest Little City to the Big Apple in just a few hours. We welcome all New Yorkers and other east-coasters coming to experience our beautiful area. Here are some awesome reasons to come and things to check out during your upcoming spring/summer stay in Reno Tahoe.

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  1. BaseCamp: Located inside and on the side of the Whitney Peak hotel in the heart of downtown Reno, BaseCamp is a rock climbing experience unlike any other. Here you can experience elevated thrills in the middle of the busy city or take on the indoor climbing walls. BaseCamp features the world’s tallest climbing wall, 162 feet tall, on the side of the hotel and over 7,000 square feet of indoor climbing.
  2. Mountain Biking Trails: In Reno and in nearby Carson City, there are a number of great mountain biking trails that any outdoor adventurer would enjoy. There are trails for bikers of all skill and adventure levels. Take on a new trail to see great views of Reno, the surrounding mountains and desert areas.
  3. Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival: July 10 to August 23, the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival returns to the shores of Sand Harbor. Bring your own picnic and wine and see this year’s productions of Romeo and Juliet and the Fanstasticks. The Sand Harbor State Park amphitheater is located so close to the shores of Lake Tahoe that it boasts some of the best views of the surrounding nature and crystal blue lake. Here you can relax and immerse yourself in Shakespeare’s world. For information about more excellent Reno Tahoe summer events, check out our post about Artown, Reno Rodeo, Burning Man and more here.
  4. Hiking: Experience Tahoe’s beautiful scenery while getting outside to get some exercise. The hiking around Lake Tahoe is truly some of the best around. There are tons of trails that will take you around every part of the lake to see every part of the gorgeous area.
  5. Weather: Our summers in Reno Tahoe are always consistently sunny. The dry desert heat makes every day a great day to be outside. Lay on the shore by Lake Tahoe and soak up some sun or enjoy the outdoors in Reno.
  6. Wild West Motorsports Park: Located just a few minutes outside Reno, the Wild West Motorsports Park is an off-road race track that can seat up to 10,000 spectators and definitely something you will want to check out during your trip. They host a number of big off-road racing events including the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series in August and the ULTRA4 Nitto National Championship in October.
  7. Breweries: Reno Tahoe has some quality breweries as the craft beer scene is becoming an integrated part of our area. A few weeks ago, Reno held a successful Reno Craft Beer Week that combined fun events with craft beer. Also recently, the Reno Brew Bike came to town, this custom bike takes participants on a mini brewery tour around downtown Reno. Some of our breweries include Tahoe Mountain, Silver Peak, Great Basin, Stoneyhead, Pigeon Head, The Brewer’s Cabinet, St. James, Brew Brothers, High Sierra, IMBIB, The Depot and more.
  8. Reno Tahoe is Positively Electric: Overall, Reno Tahoe is a booming area with award-winning brewpubs, hip new bars, nationally-recognized eateries in Midtown, Downtown, and all over town.

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Golf Courses Open at Incline Village

The sun has come out and the courses are reopening, come spend some time on the green! Incline Village in North Lake Tahoe offers two unique golf courses, the Mountain Course and the Championship Course, for golfers of any skill or budget.

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The Mountain Course recently opened on May 1. This 18-hole mountain layout course is fun and affordable. Located in a scenic mountain setting, this course also offers a large chipping and putting green, an award winning golf shop, and snack bar and beverage cart. Rates for this course are $40 to $50 until 12 pm, $35 to $45 from 12 to 5 pm, and $2 per hole after 5 pm.  The Mountain Course has a few weekly events which include Wednesday Night Skins Games starting June 3, Nine & Wine (play nine holes and enjoy appetizers and wine on the deck) Thursday nights starting June 18, and Thrill & Grill (play the back nine holes and then enjoy BBQ and beer) starting June 21.

The Championship Course opens in a few days on May 8. Offering a classic course layout with scenic views, this course offers a chipping and putting green, 28-stall driving range, practice green, an award winning golf shop, Tahoe golf tech for repairs and service, snack bar and beverage cart, and full service restaurant, The Grille at the Chateau. Rates for the Championship Course are $120 to $140 until 12 pm, $100 to $120 from 12 to 2 pm, and $80 to $100 from 2 to 4 pm, and $50 to $60 after 4 pm. The driving range rates are $6 for a small bucket of balls, $10 for a medium bucket, and $12 for a large bucket.

Both courses offer a number of specials for golfers. Play both the Mountain and Championship course in 72 hours for $199 or play both in the same day for $179, if you play after 3 pm it’s only $99. Present an Active Duty Military Personnel ID and play either course after 2 pm for $25 per person. NGCA members play the Mountain Course for $55 or the Championship Course for $135. Show your season pass for Homewood, Boreal, or June Mountain and receive a discount for both courses. Kids 17 and under golf for 50% off normal rates.

More information and to book tee times, please visit their website here.

Top 10 Reasons to Check Out the Reno River Festival

The 12th annual Reno River Festival will be in downtown Reno, May 9 and 10, at Wingfield Park. This weekend festival brings together water sports and other outdoor fun to downtown Reno. This year, the drought has lead to the cancellation of the kayak races, but the event is making up for it with more fun and more options than ever before. Kick off the beginning of summer and enjoy all of downtown’s possibilities at this free festival!

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1. Biggest Little 5k Birthday Run: Register today for the 5k run happening at 9 am on Saturday, May 9. Come to the race dressed in your birthday party finest to celebrate Reno’s birthday month, tutus and tiaras are highly encouraged! Race registration is available here.

2. Adventure Play Center: This center has all-day family fun which will include obstacles, slides, toys, mechanical bull, zip line, human hamster balls and more!

3. Yoga: Find some inner peace and enjoy some Yoga In The Park presented by The Studio on both Saturday and Sunday from 9 to 10 am.

renoriverfestival (2)4. Kayak Clinics: Family kayak clinics will be presented by California Canoe and Kayak from 9 to 10:30 am, 11 to 12:30 am, and 1 to 2:30 pm on both Saturday and Sunday of the festival.

5. Climbing Wall: Push your limits and see how high you can get at the climbing wall!

6. VIP Cabana Experience: Enjoy a relaxing time with up to 25 of your closest friends at the festival inside a cabana sponsored by Buffalo Wild Wings and Coors Light. Cabanas feature couches and a coffee table and is fully stocked with lunch from Buffalo Wild Wings and plenty to drink! Cabana access is available for purchase here.

7. Paddleboarding: Come see paddleboarders navigate the river’s tricky waters and show off their skills!

8. The Craft Beer Village: More than 20 craft beers are available for tasting inside the village with purchase of a passport, available here. Then head to Reno’s River District to enjoy even more varieties of delicious beer. Pass is good for both days of the festival.

9. Swimming Holes: A silver lining to the drought is that the water has dipped low enough to go swimming! Bring your swim suit and sunscreen and splash around in the river and slide down the rocks! The white water rescue team will be on guard to ensure everyone’s safety.

10. Live Music: The live music line up is stellar this year with big names such as, Clare Dunn, Mark Sexton, Jackson Michelson, Island of Black and White, the Wiz Kid, and Street Urchinz.

If these aren’t enough reasons to head down to the Reno River Festival, check out their website here for the full schedule of events.

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Make Mother’s Day Special in Reno Tahoe

Mother’s Day is May 10, which is just right around the corner! Moms are one of the best kinds of people out there so it’s important they have a special day dedicated to them. If you’re still unsure what to do with your mom on this special day, Reno Tahoe has plenty of options.

mothersday Special Dining: Take your mom out for a delicious meal she won’t have to cook herself! Reno Tahoe has plenty of quality dining specials for either brunch or dinner on this day. Check out all the dining options here.

Upscale Shopping: Treat your mom with some specialty shopping. Whatever your mom’s style, Reno Tahoe has a variety of shopping options for any fashionista. Check out our seven favorite boutiques here.

Reno River Festival: If your mom is more into the great outdoors, she would enjoy attending the Reno River Festival. Happening in downtown Reno May 9 to 10, the festival is the premier outdoor adventure showcase that brings together top athletes. In addition to the outdoor sports, there will be live music, delicious food options, and a variety of vendors. For more information, visit their website.

Spa Time: What mom doesn’t need a day of rest and relaxation? Reno Tahoe has a number of luxury spas that any mom would love to have a personal day at. Make appointments at any Casino or independently owned spa, check them out here.

tahoequeenTahoe Cruise: If you are looking for a relaxing day outdoors, take your mom on a scenic cruise around the beautiful Lake Tahoe. The Tahoe Queen is departing at 11 am for a Mother’s Day brunch and cruise, tickets are $69 per adult.

Reno Sculpture Fest: Bring your mom downtown to the Reno arch to experience Reno Sculpture Fest. See local artists and their new work. Many sculptures are promised to be “human sized or larger” and will have interactive elements such as performances, the opportunity to be painted on, educational components, moving pieces, and more. Musical performances will be held in Whitney Peak’s music venue, Cargo and Eldorado’s NoVi. For more information about the artists and music, visit their website.

Tea Time: Dress up in your Sunday finest and bring mom down to The Isles Teashop in Reno’s MidTown. Enjoy a classy morning of tea and treats at this Celtic Teashop. On Sunday, they are open from 11 am to 4 pm.

Nevada Museum of Art Rooftop Expansion

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The Nevada Museum of Art is expanding upward! Today, they announced their plans for a rooftop expansion which is set to open to the public early 2016. This $5.5 million expansion will include  an indoor and outdoor event venue space. The Nightingale Sky Room will be 4,800 square feet of indoor space and will include banquet kitchen and floor-to-ceiling glass walls and the Stacie Mathewson Sky Plaza with feature 5,000 square feet of open patio space. The Sky Room will seat 250 people for dining and 397 for concerts, parties, lectures, conferences, workshops, and more. The space will feature beautiful panoramic views of the city and Sierra Nevada. The rooftop is set to become the premier event venue in our area and will be a great place to host any event!

“Rent the Sky” and book the space now for 2016!

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Summer And Beyond: The Dynamic Dozen

The summer festival season is quickly approaching! Here are 12 of our favorite upcoming events, or what we at Reno Tahoe like to call it, the Dynamic Dozen. These events are all unique from one another and offer something for everyone. Attend these great events and experience a Reno Tahoe summer unlike any other!

June 18-27, Reno Rodeo: Dubbed the “Wildest, Richest Rodeo in the West,” the Reno Rodeo brings together 700+ contestants to compete for over $2.5 million during this week-long event. Here you will see pro bull riding, cattle driving, bareback, women’s professional barrel racing, team roping, and much more. In addition to the rodeo events, there’s a full carnival, Double RR marketplace, and food court. Cowboys and cowgirls alike will want to come down to the Reno-Sparks Livestock Events Center this summer to see the impressive rodeo. Tickets are available online here.

Artown_VisitRenoTahoeJuly 1-August 1, Artown: For an entire month, Artown offers over 500 events including live music, dance, theater, performances, visual arts, workshops, multicultural events, fashion shows, tours, and much, much more. Artown takes place in various Reno and Sparks locations and brings together distinguished artists from around the world, from across the country, and from our local community. Over 60% of the Artown events are free, but a majority of the Thursday night concerts require tickets which can be purchased here.

July 10-August 23, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival: Taking place at the Theater at Sand Harbor State Park, this year’s festival will showcase two Shakespeare favorites, Romeo and Juliet and The Fantasticks. Showings for these plays are every Tuesday to Sunday night and tickets are available here. A different performance will be featured every Monday during the Monday Night Showcase. Enjoy gourmet food options and wine tastings at Shakespeare’s Kitchen, or bring your own picnic dinner to the show! The full list with ticket information is available here.

August 3-9, Barracuda Championship, PGA Tour Golf Tournament: See golf pros play at one of 47 stops on the PGA tour at the Montrêux Golf & Country Club located in Northern Nevada. These 132 PGA Tour professionals will play the beautiful, yet challenging course as they compete for a $3 million purse and 300 FedExCup points. Watch up close and personal as the pros play some incredible golf! Tickets for the event are available here.

HotAugustNights_VisitRenoTahoeAugust 4-9, Hot August Nights: See restored hot rods and muscle cars during the largest classic car and nostalgic event in the country, Hot August Nights. Taking place across Reno and Sparks, this event brings together, not only 5,000+ classic cars, but an entertainment line-up from some of the greatest decades in music. Show-n-Shines, drag races, controlled cruises, concerts, a swap meet, sock hop, prom, and classic car auction are just some of the great events at this popular festival. More information is available through their website here.

August 6-8, Hot August Nights Auction Presented by Barrett-Jackson: Barrett-Jackson brings the World’s Greatest Car Collector Auctions to Reno during Hot August Nights. The auction will take place at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center from Thursday to Saturday during the car festival. Attendees will be able to bid on and purchase cars from Barrett-Jackson’s selection of car AND take the car directly from the auction block to the streets to participate in a cruise or show-n-shine! More information about the auction is available here.

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August 31-September 7, Burning Man: Head to the heart of the Black Rock Desert in Northern Nevada to meet up with over 65,000 other Burners for this week-long festival. Here you will participate in the temporary metropolis that is dedicated to preserving community, art, self-expression, self-reliance, and more. The meaning of this festival varies from each attendee, but one thing is for sure, you have to experience it for yourself! Spend a week getting away from it all by reconnecting with your self and others in this popular desert festival. Ticket information is available here.

September 2-7, Best In The West Nugget Rib Cook-off: BBQ lovers won’t want to miss out on America’s best rib cook off hosted by JA Nugget in Sparks. This favorite food festival brings over 24 cookers together to show off their BBQ expertise. In addition to delicious, fall-off-the-bone ribs, the cook-off will have other BBQ favorites, sweet treats, live entertainment, special brews and drinks, shopping vendors, and so on. More information about the BBQ’ers and the 2015 event is available through their website here.

TheGreatRenoBalloonRace_VisitRenoTahoeSeptember 11-13, The Great Reno Balloon Race: At the crack of dawn, at Rancho San Rafael Regional Park in Reno, you will be able to see nearly 100 hot air balloons start to rise into the air for the Great Reno Balloon Race. This colorful event is in its 34th year and a Reno favorite. This is truly one sight worth waking up for! More information is available through their website here.

September 16-20, National Championship Air Races: At the 52nd annual event, spectators can see six different race plane classes battle just 60 feet from the ground and have close-up access to racing aircraft, pilots, and pit crews. Located at the Reno Stead Airport, you will be able to view a world class air show, military display and demonstrations, aircraft display and awesome concessions. You won’t want to miss this world renown event! Ticket information is available here.

September 23-27, Street Vibrations Fall Rally: Immerse your self in compete motorcycle culture during the Fall Rally in downtown Reno. Featuring the celebration of metal, music, and motorcycles, Street Vibrations is something bike lovers and metal music fans won’t want to miss. This event brings over 50,000 motorcycles enthusiasts together for tours, live entertainment, ride-in shows, stunt shows, and more.  More information can be found here.

Blue Jeans JamOctober 2-4, Blue Jeans Jam: Come experience the world of denim at Reno Tahoe’s newest festival, Blue Jeans Jam. Inspired by Reno tailor, Jacob Davis, and his work with Levi Strauss, this festival is centered around all aspects of blue jeans and the good old USA. At the festival, you can attend rock and country concerts, presentations from leaders in the denim world, a jean marketplace with vendors from all over the country, a mini film festival dedicated to history of blue jeans, discounts at local spas, specialty foods and drinks, and much more. This unique event is something fashion lovers and country music fans won’t want miss out on! For more information, check out the website here.

For more information on the Dynamic Dozen and more events in Reno Tahoe, check out the full brochure here.

7 Favorite Reno Tahoe Boutiques

Hit Reno Tahoe boutiques next time you’re in town for great finds that’ll please even the pickiest fashionistas. Here are a few favorites that range from consignment to upscale designer and retro to pin-up:

The Niche: At this boutique, you will find the latest in women’s clothing and unique home decor. The Niche offers both contemporary and vintage styled clothing at affordable prices. Their home decor collection varies from accent furniture, wall art, vases, mirrors, clocks, and more. You will be able to find The Niche has locations in Reno, Sparks, Carson City, Truckee and Colorado.

J Hill: This boutique offers contemporary women’s fashions that are comfortable, stylish, and sporty. J Hill is a locally owned boutique and can be found in the South Creek area of Reno.

finenfunky_renoFine N Funky: Here you can browse through upscale bohemian clothing and festival fashion from favorite luxury designers like Ella Moss, Wildfox, Joie, Dolce Vita, Elizabeth and James and many more. You will find everything you need to look like you just came from Coachella with their flower child meets urban prep style. Fine N Funky has locations in Reno and Tahoe City.

Savvy Boutique: At Savvy, you will find one-of-a-kind fashions from designers like J Brand, Michael Stars, TOMS, Splendid, and more. Savvy carries on-trend fashions from the latest big name designers from prices ranging from upscale to favorites under $25! They are located in Reno.

thenest_renoThe Nest: The Nest is a vintage urban boutique that carries furniture decor, clothing, jewelry, and retro collectibles. The owners express their love for everything vintage through their store’s inventory which they find as they scour through thrift and antique stores.  This boutique is truly different, as you never know what kind of treasures you will find here! The Nest is owned and located in Reno.

Dressed Like That: This truly unique shop offers vintage styles from the 40s and 50s with pin up and retro fashions. With retro favorites available for women of all shapes and sizes, Dressed Like That has every style you need to feel confident and stylish in their clothing. They offer pin up dresses, separates, swim suits, handbags and more. This boutique is located in Reno’s Midtown.

labels_renoLabels Consignment Boutique: This designer resale store offers everything from designer clothing to shoes to furs to jewelry. The owner and her experience fashion consultants are there to make the most of your shopping experience. Labels is located in Reno.

For more shopping, visit our website here.

Exhibitions to Visit This April

nevmuseumofartMake sure to check out the Nevada Museum of Art this month. There are a few long standing exhibitions that are coming to a close, and you don’t want to miss your opportunity to see these at the museum!

Closing April 5:

Daniel McCormick & Mary O’Brien’s Watershed Sculpture – Photographs of the commissioned watershed sculpture that is located along the Carson and Truckee rivers and other archives donated by the artists of their previous works.

Closing April 10:

Scholastic Art Awards 2015 – Winning artwork from Northern Nevada students grades 7 to 12. The artwork has been judged by a panel of local artists and professionals.

Closing May 3:

No Boundaries: Aboriginal Australian Contemporary Abstract Painting – Paintings created by nine elderly men from the Western Australian desert who were leaders in their communities. These paintings explore the abstract and examine the possibilities of Aboriginal art.

Victoria Sambunaris’ Taxonomy of a Landscape – Photographs that document the status of the vast American landscape. Sambunaris crossed the US by car to capture the declining terrain in this series of photographs.

Consuelo Jimenez Underwood’s Mothers — The Art of Seeing – Working with materials such as plastic, barbed wire, and steel wire, Underwood has created a series of works that explore Mexican heritage and related issues.

Easter Festivities in Reno Tahoe

Hoppy (almost) Easter! Our area has a multitude of events for kids and adults alike to have a great Easter holiday. Whether you are looking for a family-friendly Easter egg hunt or a more competitive scavenger hunt, Reno Tahoe has it all.

Here is what’s happening in and around Reno Tahoe:

Incline Village Easter egg HuntUnderwater Egg Hunt: March 28, from 12 to 1:30 pm, swimmers will want to head over to the Incline Village Recreation Center to hunt for floating and sunken eggs in the pool. Earlier at the event, the Easter Bunny will be making an appearance for pictures.

Easter Keg Hunt Made for Adults: April 2 at 6 pm, Circus Circus Reno will be hosting an adult only hunt, where participants can find prizes like food and beverage credits, 100.9 the Bandit, concert tickets, and more. A grand prize of a kegerator, a keg of your choice,  a night’s VIP stay at Circus Circus, and $100 dining credit will be awarded to one lucky winner. To secure your spot for the hunt, listen to the 100.9 the Bandit to enter or text “KEG” to 68683.

Community Easter Egg Dash: April 4 at 11 am, there will be a free Easter Egg Dash for kids at Idlewild Park. There will be games, prizes, bounce houses, candy, and more. Bring a non-perishable food item to donate to the Food Drive.

renotownmall_easterbunnyphotosEaster Bunny Photos: March 28 and April 4 from 11 am to 4 pm (on both dates), come down to the Reno Town Mall and get your picture taken with the Easter bunny!

Easter Bunny Festival: April 4 at 11 am, the Easter Bunny will be visiting the Sparks Crossing Shopping Center. There will also be treats, goodie bags for kids, games, prizes, face painting, a bounce house, and a baby chick petting zoo.

Tahoe City’s Spring Eggstravaganza & Egg Hunt: April 4, starting at 10 am at Commons Beach, there will be the popular golden egg hunt, face painting, games, and more.

Family-Friendly Easter Celebration: April 5 starting at 9 am, there will be a series of egg hunts for kids age s 1 to 14 at  BaseCamp in the Whitney Peak Hotel. Other activities at this event include art projects, cookie decorating, photo booth, and prizes. The hotel’s restaurant, Heritage, will also be having an Easter Sunday Brunch.

West Shore Easter Egg Hunt: April 5, West Shore will host two egg hunts, one for kids and one for adults. Kids can explore the lawn, hunting for eggs filled with candy, while adults can hunt on paddleboards and search for eggs tied to buoys. Easter gift baskets will be given out as prizes.

Gar Woods Traditional Easter Egg Hunt: April 5, there will be a traditional Easter egg hunt for kids starting at 11 am. For adults 21 and over, there will be the popular bottle hunt event starting at 11:30 am.

northstarNorthstar California Easter Event: April 5, there will be a variety of events hosted in the Village and on the mountain. At 10:30 am, there will be the Easter Egg Dash on the Village rink. Also in the Village, you can enjoy complimentary face painting, balloon twisting, and Easter crafts. At 11 am, the Easter Bunny will stop by for photos and the parade at 4:45 pm. On the mountain, skiiers are invited to experience Easter Bunny Skiing from 10 am to 2 pm. Keep your eyes open for the Easter Scavenger Hunt and Epic Mix Photographers with Easter Cutouts.

Alpine Meadows Easter Egg Hunts: April 5, kids and adults will enjoy Easter egg hunts, including the Beacon and Eggs Avalanche Beacon Scavenger Hunt, starting at 9 am.

Check out more Easter dining options here.