Arts For The Schools is a bi-state 501 (c)3 non-profit that fundamentally believes that access and exposure to the arts is essential for all.
A new shop with an old soul located in the heart of Downtown Truckee. We offer local & regional artisan goods that are made where they're designed. We focus on ''slow goods'' and products with a story
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The Community Arts Center is perfect venue for theatrical plays, films, receptions, and meetings. Learn more about facility rental pricing.
New museum of Truckee's history of the Emigrant Experience, including the Donner Party, the Land of the Washoe, Chinese construction of the railroad and early motoring adventures over Donner Pass.
Donner Party Mountain Runners is a grassroots 501(c)(3) non-profit running club. We exist to inform, inspire and connect mountain runners in Truckee-Tahoe.
Donner Summit is the site of the first transcontinental railroad, the first transcontinental highway (Lincoln), the first transcontinental air route, and the first transcontinental telephone line.
Throughout the '70s and '80s Donner Summit was a training ground for the world's best; they came to this relatively small but dense climbing area to push the limits of hard free ascents,.
We operate a Donner Summit Historic Museum on the summit, as well as the 20 Mile Museum, which includes interpretive signs of historic sites along Old Highway 40 from Truckee to Auburn.
The Flying A Gas Station in Truckee, originally built in 1936, is one of several Flying A stations built in the same architectural style around that time in California. The building was restored in 20
Gallery 5830' is a creative portal, featuring an eclectic mix of artwork and furniture, hand crafted by artists in the local community and neighboring regions.
Photography, Black and White photography, Color photography, Landscape photography, Skiing photography, dog photographs, Tahoe photographs, interior design, interior decorating, custom photography
High quality cancer care facility offering medical evaluation, diagnosis and treatment, digital imaging, chemotherapy, pharmacy and lab and comprehensive physical therapy and family support.
Truckee's very own plant shop and delivery
This 20-mile roadside ''museum'' brings history to life with dozens of interpretive signs along Old Highway 40, from Truckee to Auburn, with historical photos and information as well as activities.
The ''China Wall'' was one of two walls and four tunnels constructed by the Chinese railroad workers to make train travel possible to the west. A memorial recognizes their hard work and bravery.
Interpretive 1/3 mile trail with plaque commemorating where part of the Donner Party camped near Alder Creek, trapped during the severe winter of 1846-47.
US 40 is one of the most important & historic highways in the U.S. Its route runs over the National Road, the U.S.'s first federally funded road and comprised the western half of the Lincoln Highway.
The summit has many petroglyphs left by Native Americans between 1500 to 4000 years ago. The most accessible site is below Donner Pass on Old Hwy 40. There are more than 200 elements near the marker.
Near the Visitor Center in Donner Memorial State Park, the Pioneer Monument is dedicated to the pioneers who crossed the Sierra on their way to the west in the 1800s.
Built in 1924 by the U.S. Bureau of Roads with forest highway funds, Rainbow Bridge connected the Lake Tahoe and Donner Summit areas with Lincoln Highway, largely to facilitate logging and tourism.
Built in 1959 for the Protestant athletes and attendees of the 1960 Winter Olympics held in this magnificent valley with the crest of the High Sierra. It is one of few buildings left from that era.
Landscape and wildlife photography of the Truckee-Tahoe area. Based in Truckee, California.
Serving as the library for the Truckee Donner Historical Society, the Joseph Research Cabin is one of two cabins preserved of what was originally the historic Gateway Motel built in the 1930s.
KidZone Museum serves Truckee and North Lake Tahoe. We are a non-profit dedicated to inspire learning through creative play and discovery.
The first and only member-based collaborative kitchen in Truckee-North Lake Tahoe offering 1900 sq. ft. of kitchen space and 1100 sq. ft. of public/private event space.
Lorien Powers is a studio jewelry artist who specializes in creating unique, one-of-a-kind engagement rings, wedding bands and a limited-production line of jewelry in an industrial contemporary style.
Music and Entertainment Booking and Photography
Soulful music, delectable, fresh, simple mountain cuisine. Enjoy an experience reminiscent of a warm and inviting 1950s supper club. Get takeout from Moody's Market; dine on beautiful outdoor stage.
Independent Newspaper serving Tahoe/Truckee. #KeepTahoeSmart
A dynamic space with high end statement pieces as well as more affordable art and gifts for locals and visitors alike.
The Museum of Truckee History, located in the Train Depot is a historical timeline of life, individuals, industry, and railroading in and around Truckee.
We facilitate collaborative efforts that promote and sustain the visual, literary and performing arts of Nevada County in order to advance the cultural, social and economic life of our community.
Our mission is to support the visual arts in the North Tahoe-Truckee communities through exposure, education and participation. We seek to enrich lives by providing quality visual arts programming.
Tour Truckee's historic Old Jail in downtwon Truckee, used continuously from 1875 to May 1964. The museum also contains relics from other early important Truckee industries.
Olympic history museum at High Camp in Squaw Valley, showcasing the 1960 Winter Olympics held there as well as current Squaw Valley Olympian memorabilia.
Truckee’s contemporary fine art resource for collectors and designers. We offer a fresh selection of art from many of the regions premier artists for the modern mountain home.
''Animal Tracks'' is a painted steel bike rack sculpture featuring paw prints of local animals.
Building Communities is a public art project that includes original pieces of the east span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge. It is now
the Kids Train Platform located at Truckee Regional Park.
Community As Ecosystem is a mural measuring 11 ft. high by 16 using sepia tones, reclaimed Lake Tahoe pier wood, donors are represented by cut animal shapes and forged iron environmental elements.
''DeRailed'' part of the Truckee Artistic Bike Rack Project, was created by artist Bernie LaForest of Striker Forge and is made of repurposed rail steel.
''El Dragon'' is part of the Truckee Artistic Bike Rack Project. It came to life with the help of Mountain Forge.
''High Iron'' by Bernie LaForest of Striker Forge is the most vertical in the Truckee Artistic Bike Rack project. The sculpture is made of rail steel and was commissioned by the Town of Truckee.
''Locomotion'' was created by local kinetic artist Fred Besch. The ''giant bike'' sculpture can be found in the plaza west of the historic Flying A building.
''Martis Sculpture'' was created by artist Anton Standteiner of The Mountain Forge. The flow and style of the sculpture was designed to honor the Native American people who once inhabited Martis Valley.
The McConkey Eagle was created by Hansi Standteiner as a memorial tribute to professional skier Shane McConkey after Shane’s untimely death in a ski-base accident in 2009.
Mountain Flowers sculpture stands 16-18 feet high in the roundabout across from the Truckee Donner Community Center on Donner Pass Road.
Designed by Anton Standteiner, this metal sculpture suggests the flow and movement of music.
''The Feather'' is part of the Truckee Artistic Bike Rack Project by TPAC. It was designed by Lauren Bello Okerman and is made of powdercoated steel.
''Uplifted'' is part of Truckee Public Arts Commission's Art Bike Rack Project. It was designed by Karin Johnson and created by Karin Johnson and Jewelz Vaio. It sits at the corner of Trout Creek Park
Experience Truckee's past when you stay at ''The Richardson House, a beautiful historic Victorian in Truckee/North Tahoe. Book direct with hosts Bob and Jeannine and avoid Airbnb or VRBO booking fees.
Riverside Studios is an inspiring art gallery owned and operated by five locally based artists. It is nestled in the heart of the Sierra Nevada in the town of Truckee, California.
Sara's art is inspired by playful appreciation for both the simplicity and complexity of life, driven by a constant curiosity and fascination with uniquely individual life experiences.
Scott Shots Photography provides fine art photography and commercial photography services for businesses. Fine Art Photography. Stock Photography. Commercial Photography. Real Estate Photography.
Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship is a non-profit organization that builds and maintains multiuse trails in the Sierra Buttes, Tahoe, Plumas and Lassen National Forests.
A community college offering general education, career and technical education, classes in the arts. and transfer pathways.
The future SNOW Sports Museum will reflect a variety of interests of our greater community to preserve the winter sports and Olympic history of the Sierra Nevada Region.
SOS Outreach humbly began nearly 30 years ago, they took 15 kids from the big city of Denver to the fresh air of Vail Mountain to snowboard for the first time. Those kids left that day forever inspire
Sugar Bowl, opened in 1940, offers an extraordinary mountain resort experience with four great peaks, endless cross country trails, a world-class ski team and academy, and a magical snowbound village.
Tahoe Silicon Mountain is the hub for entrepreneurs, aspiring entrepreneurs, small business owners, tech and other professionals who live, work and/or play in the Truckee-Tahoe.
Ben Martin is the founder and Director of the non-profit Tahoe Truckee School of Music. He received a degree in music from Sierra Nevada College and has played with such luminaries as Kenny Loggins.
TTUSD is an award winning district that offers a wide variety of arts and science focused programs in Truckee and North Tahoe to meet the diverse needs of all students.
This museum was developed as an exhibition of Western North American ski history in 1969.The history of California skiing and legendary mailman, Snowshoe Thompson, who rescued miners are key exhibits.
From unforgettable art hikes, a world concert, art workshops, to immersive arts-in-nature field trips for local students, Trails & Vistas embraces creativity in the Sierra and art in nature.
Truckee Arts Alliance represents the voice and clearinghouse for arts and culture in the Truckee community.
Features a public art gallery, 18,000 sq. ft. double court gymnasium, indoor track with fitness equipment, 26,000 sq. ft. Aquatics Center, climbing wall, meeting rooms, kitchen, and classrooms.
Truckee Community Theater produces top-notch plays and musicals for audiences from throughout the Reno/Tahoe Basin.
Truckee-Donner Historical Society was founded to preserve the history of the Truckee - Donner area. We maintain the historic Joseph Research Cabin, the Old Jail Museum and other important sites.
The Truckee Donner Railroad Museum is a timeline of life, individuals, industry, and railroading in and around Truckee with artifacts and exhibits, lectures, and documentary films.
This annual event brings nearly 1,000 local and visiting participants to sip wine and sample local food tastings while enjoying shopping in historic downtown Truckee.
Early in the 20th century, Truckee was one of Hollywood?s favorite sites for making movies. Nearly 100 movies or sequences have been filmed in or near Truckee including Chaplin's Gold Rush in 1925.
We build community through collaboration, promotion, and advocacy for public art. We strive to provide visual delight and stimulate community dialogue by fostering Truckee's cultural experience.
Offering a live/work community space with artist lofts, the plan for the Railyard builds on a strong sense of community, a well-loved destination, and a world-class location.
A 6-mile paved bike path (plowed in winter) along the Truckee River from Truckee River Regional Park to Glenshire neighborhood and accessing Riverview Sports Park with historical and art landmarks.
The Truckee Roundhouse is a non-profit makerspace that supports a wide variety of crafts, skills, technologies, and arts in the Truckee-Tahoe community and features local art. truckeeroundhouse.org
The Truckee-Tahoe Airport provides access to the North Lake Tahoe recreational area through general aviation services. The contemporary facility includes office spaces and art exhibits.
We perform a wide range of quality choral works that will appeal to the diverse community members of the Truckee and NorthTahoe. TTCC is dedicated to building a strong community choral arts program.
Historic site where C.F. McGlashan built a museum in the late 1800s, features The Rocking Stone, a sacred site of the early Washoe and Veterans Hall domed structure, now a parks and rec facility.