Friday Jan 19 @ 7:00 PM
MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa – Railroad Earth with Special Guests. Standing tiered sections, with limited seating. Must be 21+ to attend. For more information and hotel reservations, please visit: www.montbleuresort.com Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Fri, 17 Nov 2017 at 10:00 AM
Friday Jan 19 - Jan 20 @ 10:00 PM
Hunter & The Dirty Jacks live in Lake Tahoe at Crystal Bay Club
Crystal Bay Club Casino – An evening with Hunter & The Dirty Jacks...
Saturday Jan 20 @ 7:00 PM
Beatles Flashback: Sgt. Pepper
Brewery Arts Center – **New date for this event is JANUARY 20, 2018. Patrons who purchased tickets and did not request a refund will have tickets valid for this event.** There is a resurgence of interest in Beatles music thanks to this 50th anniversary, the re-release of the entire Beatles re-mastered catalog, and the huge success of "Beatles LOVE" in Las Vegas. Beatles Flashback is Northern California and Northern Nevada's premier Beatles tribute band playing all of your favorite Fab Four hits. There's nothing like that familiar Beatles guitar sound, and those distinct Beatles harmonies.
Saturday Jan 20 @ 8:00 PM
MEN NEXT DOOR: A Sensational Girls Night Out
MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa – The former producer of CHIPPENDALES presents the MEN NEXT DOOR: A Sensational Girls Night Out!, Male Revue in BLU Nightclub. Must be 21+. For more information and Hotel Reservations, Please Visit: www.montbleuresort.com LADIES! TAG AND SHARE THIS EVENT WITH YOUR FRIENDS! This show will sell out fast, so buy your tickets EARLY! CHECK OUT our website at MenNextDoorUncovered.com Instagram: @MenNextDoorUncovered Twitter: @MenNextDoorUnc
Saturday Jan 20 - Jan 21 @ 10:00 PM
Crystal Bay Club Casino – Gypsy-Tonk Honky-Jazz Folk-a-Billy fun to groove to with the return of Sneaky Creatures! Red Room; 10PM; Free! Show is 21 and Over Only
Sunday Jan 21 @ 7:00 PM
Chakra Meditation with Gina Quincy
Tahoe Yoga Shala – 3rd Sunday of Each Month $15 Dop-In or Use Current Membership Join YogaMama Gina in a guided meditative journey through the body’s seven principal energy centers, or Chakras. Starting with the Root where we find a deep connection with Mother Earth and concluding with the Crown where we restore our connection to Source Energy, this exploration will balance and clear the Chakras revealing the Light of the True Self in all it’s brilliance and splendor. Studnets will rest in a supported supine position througout the class while receiving the Chakra Meditation. No previous meditation required. Gina’s playful and loving spirit will guide all into equilibrium through rich visualizations on color, the five elements and breath.
Monday Jan 22 - Jan 25 @ 10:00 AM
Learn to Ski and Ride Week 2018
Diamond Peak Ski Resort – Diamond Peak is offering special Learn to Ski & Ride packages for just $49 from Monday through Thursday, January 22 - 25, 2018 as part of national “Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month.” Ages 7 - Adult: The Ski and Snowboard School (ages 7 and up) will have Learn to Ski and Burton Learn to Ride packages for just $49. The package includes a beginner lift ticket, rental equipment and 1 hr 45 min lesson beginning at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Sign up at the Ticket Windows. Ages 4-6: The Diamond Peak Child Ski Center will also offer a 2 hour $49 Learn to Ski package for ages 4-6 at 10 a.m. The package includes a lift ticket, rental equipment and 2 hour lesson. Sign up at the Child Ski Center. No advance reservations. Availability is limited. Please arrive at least an hour before the lesson start time. For more information, please call 775-832-1177. http://www.diamondpeak.com/events/details/learn-to-ski-and-ride-week
Tuesday Jan 23 @ 9:00 AM
Extended Studies - Continuing Education at the University of Nevada, Reno – You've done a great job recruiting and selecting the best employees. Don't waste these efforts by succumbing to expensive, high turnover rates. Get an overview of all the components of employee relations and the importance of this area to the overall success of an organization. Learn the key elements of constructive performance evaluations, effective complaint management, competently handling problem employee behaviors, communication, diversity in the workplace and laws affecting personnel policies. This course may be taken independently or applied toward a certificate in Human Resources Management, Public Management or Supervisory Management. Learn more at http://bit.ly/2z1tEvS.
Tuesday Jan 23 - Nov 27 @ 10:30 AM
New Volunteer Orientation
Carson Valley Community Food Closet – Join us for this orientation if you are interested in joining us as a Food Closet volunteer! We will give a tour, explain our operations and volunteer positions and answer questions about how we serve the community. Orientation begins by 10:35 so please arrive on time.
Thursday Jan 25 @ 9:00 AM
Extended Studies - Continuing Education at the University of Nevada, Reno – There are distinct differences between managing employees in a union-free environment and a unionized workplace. Supervisory and HR professionals are likely to encounter a union presence in the course of their careers. Learn how unions came to be and what their role is in today’s workplace. This course may be taken independently or applied toward a certificate in Human Resources Management, Public Management or Supervisory Management. Register: http://bit.ly/2kXAr4N
Friday Jan 26 @ 12:00 AM
Moondog Matinee - Chris Robinson Brotherhood Afterparty at CBC
Crystal Bay Club Casino – Moondog Matinee plays the Chris Robinson Brotherhood afterparty January 26th at the Crystal Bay Club in North Lake Tahoe. Really excited to announce Moondog will be performing after CRB on January 26th at our unofficial home away from home, the Crystal Bay Club. We'll unveiling a slough of new songs and new guests and the show is no cover. More for drinks. We start right when CRB ends. 21+
Friday Jan 26 - Jan 28 @ 9:00 AM
TAP SF H&W Presents: Tahoe Ski Trip Weekend Getaway
Taiwanese American Professionals - San Francisco Chapter (TAP-SF) – Winter is coming to TAP-SF! We are adventuring to the Tahoe for ski trip weekend getaway. ~15 - 25 lucky skiers or snowboarders will enjoy skiing or snowboarding, group games, hot chocolate, feasting, and some TAP fun. Compelling? Check. Memorable? Definitely. Must attend? Absolutely yes! Details: We will booking a cabin in the proximity of Northstar or Heavenly. Pricing will be approximately $60-100/night depending on house availability. Initial deposit will be $100. The difference will be due by Dec 10th. Please note we will require payment in full prior to the trip to insure full capacity. Once the house is booked, we will create a survey covering equipment requests, ski lifts tickets carpools, and dietary considerations etc. Feel free to invite friends to book now as space is limited. SIGN-UP DEADLINE IS DECEMBER 4th!
Friday Jan 26 @ 9:00 AM
Public Management: Goals and Practices
Extended Studies - Continuing Education at the University of Nevada, Reno – This course will cover public administration practices, including organizational functions, roles, responsibilities, politics, policy making, program administration and evaluation. Specific issues from the Nevada perspective and an examination of the current theme "re-inventing government" will be addressed. This course may be taken independently or applied toward the Public Management Certificate. Register: http://bit.ly/2xOoqBt
Friday Jan 26 @ 9:00 PM
Chris Robinson Brotherhood
Crystal Bay Club Casino – An Evening with Chris Robinson Brotherhood! Featuring Moondog Matinee free in the Red Room for the after party! Crown Room; Doors 8PM; Show 9PM Tickets are $25 Advance and $30 Day of Show; Tickets can be purchased through our Box Office; 775-833-6333 ext. 1 or online: http://bit.ly/2xvH7xh Show is 21 and Over Only
Saturday Jan 27 - Jan 28 @ 10:00 PM
Bass Camp Festival – The Loft welcomes DJ/Producer FreeFall to the lounge, Saturday, January 27th. FreeFall’s journey from guitar player to house music slinger has seen him take a long snaking path of tangential musical inspirations. His love of rock music saw him gravitate towards the brash and upfront sound of dubstep early on but he quickly found himself inching towards something with a little bit more funk. Armed with the knowledge of his previous musical endeavors he combined his knowledge of crafting otherworldly space bass with a mature club-ready sophistication and thus the FreeFall sound was born. The consistency of his sub shattering releases has earned him a rock-solid reputation amongst major artists with heavy support coming in from the likes of Oliver Heldens, Don Diablo, and Maala to name a few. His work has appeared as a party of the prestigious Discovery Project Releases series presented by Insomniac Events, Clutch Records and Nite Records. And as a pivotal member of the Texas-based Audiophile family of labels has been instrumental in the success of the fast-rising imprint. FreeFall’s demand only rises with each release. Having worked crowds into a sweaty heaving frenzy for promoters like Insomniac, Space Yacht and Epic. He has blessed the decks at clubs and festivals far and wide leaving dancers with the lasting memory of his dynamic performances. FreeFall continues to stand at the ready to take the dance music industry by storm and with his recent signing to Wise Guy management he joins an impressive roster of dance music’s finest young talent including Cazztek, Nu Kid, Asdek, Kayoh and much more. Make no mistake FreeFall is poised to become a house music heavyweight. https://soundcloud.com/freefallsf 15k Watts of TurboSound, deep vibes, and featuring Roger That $10 + Tax/Fees (tickets available Nov.1) 21+ tickets at The Loft box office or www.thelofttahoe.com
Saturday Jan 27 - Jan 28 @ 10:00 PM
Crystal Bay Club Casino – Soul, funk, hip-hop and R&B filling up the CBC with Dirty Revival! Red Room; 10PM; Free! Show is 21 and Over Only
Tuesday Jan 30 @ 9:00 AM
Effective Discipline and Documentation
Extended Studies - Continuing Education at the University of Nevada, Reno – Discover how to use discipline as an effective training tool to correct, mold and perfect employee performance. With thorough written and oral documentation along with immediate feedback, the progressive steps of discipline can help turn a problem employee into a model employee, and help you to avoid the pitfalls common to supervisors facing a difficult employee situation, as well as the unnecessary costs from wrongful termination suits and unemployment claims. This course may be taken independently or applied toward a certificate in Human Resources Management, Public Management or Supervisory Management. http://bit.ly/2ldq4M2
Friday Feb 2 @ 9:00 AM
The Rules Have Changed: Is your HR Department in Compliance?
Extended Studies - Continuing Education at the University of Nevada, Reno – Is your head spinning with the fact marijuana now is (somewhat) legal? What about all the changes to the FLSA, FRCA, NLRA, ADA, FMLA and more? Learn how to interpret and implement the newest, and ever-changing, HR laws and regulations. This advanced human resources course will discuss the most recent changes to employment law and demonstrate processes to assist your organization in administering these new regulations. This course may be taken independently or applied toward a certificate in Human Resources Management, Public Management or Supervisory Management. Recommendation: Completion of the Legal Aspects and Liabilities Issues class or currently working in HR. Learn more at http://bit.ly/2hrZ72G.
Friday Feb 2 @ 4:30 PM
UllrFest Dean Cummings' Outdoor Safety Education
Diamond Peak Ski Resort – IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE 9th ANNUAL ULLR FEST THIS EVENT IS FREE TO THE COMMUNITY, WITH LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE ON A FIRST COME BASIS. Dean Cummings—world champion skier, legendary big mountain guide, Alaska heli-skiing pioneer, environmental advocate, and family man—has dedicated his life to exploring the outdoors, to guiding others in the mountains, and to teaching people how to stay safer and take their skills to a higher level in their outdoors endeavors - this is Dean Cummings' The Steep Life. "The Steep Life is about the risks we take as humans who are committed to getting in touch with nature and ultimately the protocols that help keep us safer, allowing us that sweet privilege. It's the privilege of living in the moment, filling your lungs with fresh air, feeling your heart pounding, blowing your mind with visuals, hearing the sounds of nature, getting after it, benefitting from it, and recognizing that we need to give back to protect and respect nature, wildlife, and access to the wilderness areas we love." - Dean Cummings The Chugach Mountains surrounding Valdez, Alaska are the proving grounds for big mountain skiing and the foundation of Dean Cummings' The Steep Life. Since 1991 Dean has been dedicated to exploring and guiding in the Chugach and developing the protocols needed to safely access this terrain. Dean gives back by presenting his award-winning Steep Life Protocols outdoor education program to the public. Dean's presentation covers topics including avalanche avoidance, terrain management, route selection, mountain safety, risk management, team-group emphasis, practical backcountry travel, glacier travel, wildlife avoidance, and respecting the environment. Learn more: http://www.alaskahelicopterskiing.com/dean-cummings-the-steep-life/
Friday Feb 2 @ 5:00 PM
UllrFest Torchlight Parade & Live Music at Diamond Peak
Diamond Peak Ski Resort – The 9th annual Ullr Fest, to raise funds for the Diamond Peak Ski Team (DPSEF), will be held February 2-3, 2018. The celebratory weekend kicks off Friday night with a Torchlight Parade, bonfire, party and live music. There’s also a gala dinner and auction at The Chateau on Saturday. Come dressed in the best Ullr attire as the event is named for the Scandinavian god of winter and snow, who is widely regarded as the patron saint of skiers. Ullr hats will be available for purchase, while supplies last. View schedule and details online: http://www.diamondpeak.com/events/details/ullr-fest Buy tickets for the gala on DPSEF.org: http://www.dpsef.org/ Gala FB event: https://www.facebook.com/events/320204698460152/