Social Scene

In what has become a Tahoe Quarterly tradition, we celebrated our Best of Tahoe magazine with an issue release party on May 3. The party was graciously hosed by Tahoe University, with catering and drinks provided by FiftyFifty Brewing Co. Peter and Denise Menzies, Lindsay......

The North Lake Tahoe Resort Association awarded local business professionals across 11 categories at the 64th Annual North Lake Tahoe Community Awards Ceremony at Granlibakken Resort. The annual fundraiser for the North Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce – which used the award winning Local Luminares......

Tahoe Quarterly celebrated its 15th annual Mountain Home Awards by throwing a party hosted by the Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe, where we also handed out plaques to the winning designers and builders. The event was made possible with support from our sponsors, including J.P. Morgan Private......

The forefathers of snowboarding gathered at Soda Springs on March 25 to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the first-ever halfpipe contest, organized by the late Tom Sims in 1983. Riding old-school boards (pre-1990), they competed on a throwback, mostly hand-dug halfpipe reminiscent of the sport’s......

Squaw Valley’s Pain McShlonkey Classic on March 17 was filled with belly laughs, camaraderie and philanthropy in honor of legendary skier Shane McConkey. Afterwards, the party shifted to the Shane McConkey Legacy Gala, where revelers donned their best British Invasion costumes while grooving to a......

The 14th annual Squaw Valley Prom went off in the Olympic Village Lodge on New Year’s Eve. Presented by the High Fives Foundation and Charity Smith, the prom featured a Great Gatsby theme with beats by DJ Spinbad and DJ Dojah. A couple of prom......

Squaw Alpine payed tribute to the good l’times with the Retro Après Ski Party hosted by Jonny Moseley on December 30. Held in the Alpine Meadows Lodge, the event featured a retro ski outfit contest and classic beats from the ’60s through ’80s provided by......

A group of hard-working folks volunteered their time and energy at the 20th annual Tahoe Forest Stewardship Day. Put on by the League to Save Lake Tahoe, the volunteers helped restore the Angora Burn area in South Lake Tahoe. Helpers of all ages participated in......

Lake Tahoe South Shore Chamber of Commerce – aka Tahoe Chamber – held its first Connect for a Cause Mixer of 2018 at the Riva Grill on January 18. This year’s mixer helped replenish local non profit  Bread & Broth’s B&B 4 Kids meal program,......

Members of the University of California, Berkley, marching band hit the slopes of Sierra-at-Tahoe for the annual Cal Band on Broadway event January 12-13. After Skiing down with instruments in hand, the band treated skiers and riders to a mix of fun covers. The Cal......