Five Lake Tahoe Weekday Events July 16-20
  • Tahoe.com Staff, 12:39pm, 7/16/2012

    Thunderbird Lodge Kayak Tour

    There is always something going on in Lake Tahoe, from live music, to outdoor gatherings and everything in between. Here we’ll feature one great event from our event’s calendar for each weekday, because there is always something to do after work.

    Monday

    Broadway on the Beach

    Watch the Reno Philharmonic perform at one of the hottest Tahoe events of the summer. This year, celebrate the party side of Broadway with the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra and special guests LaKisha Jones and Rob Evan. This event is part of the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival. Tickets available through the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival. Learn More

    Tuesday

    Thunderbird Lodge Kayak Tour

    Explore the Thunderbird Lodge Historic Site and arrive by Kayak! We start our adventure at Sand Harbor State Beach on Lake Tahoe’s magnificent East Shore. After a brief paddle lesson, we begin our journey along the coast to the beach at Thunderbird Lodge. Our professional tour guides take visitors on an hour walk throughout the Whittell Estate covering stories about George Whittell and the Lodge. A deli spread lunch will be served on the beach before returning to Sand Harbor. Learn More

    Wednesday

    Chris Robinson Brotherhood

    Look forward to the midweek with this live performance. Learn More

    Thursday

    Free Outdoor Movie at Squaw Valley

    Watch “Hugo” (Rated PG) a Martin Scorsese picture. Set in the 1930s, an orphaned boy secretly lives in the walls of a busy Paris train station and looks after the clocks. He gets caught up in a mystery adventure when he attempts to repair a mechanical man. A different movie shows every Thursday in July & August. All movies start at 8:30pm, weather permitting. Blankets and warm clothes are recommended.  Learn More

    Friday 

    Steve Kimock Band

    Steve Kimock Band featuring Bernie Worrell (P-Funk), Wally Ingram, & Andy Hess (Govt. Mule). Crown Room Show. Learn More

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