On Saturday, May 15 at 10 am, Sierra Nevada University will be holding the 51st Commencement Ceremony in person for both the class of 2020 and class of 2021 graduates on the Patterson Lawn. Although this event will be smaller than the years past, SNU is excited to bring the traditional commencement ceremony back to campus for graduates, and the school has an exciting list of events planned to fully celebrate the success of the graduating classes of 2020 and 2021.
Mother’s Day is very quickly approaching, and what better way to celebrate mom than enjoying the warm, spring sunshine with mimosas, flowers, and a delicious brunch? Mother’s Day is all about pampering, so to get in the Mother’s Day spirit, here are IVCBA’s top picks for places to treat the mom in your life to the perfect day and really show her how much you care!
High Sierra Gardens
Cinco de Mayo, Spanish for “the 5th of May”, is widely celebrated in both the U.S. and Mexico to pay homage to Mexican heritage as well as celebrate its independence from France after defeating them in the Battle of Puebla in 1862. The following year, the United States also marked May 5th as a day to show solidarity with its southern neighbor against French rule.
The Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival is a longtime staple throughout Tahoe communities. With the mission of this establishment being to provide the highest quality of theater and cultural production for the residents of the greater Tahoe area, it’s safe to say that the Shakespeare Festival holds itself as a beloved entity in the Tahoe regional area.
With spring in full effect in the Basin, warmer weather is bringing back beloved summer activities to North Lake Tahoe. Considering that Covid-19 numbers are gradually dwindling, it’s safe to say that summer 2021 will be somewhat back to normal. One of the many favorite events that occurs throughout the summer season is the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival at Sand Harbor Recreation Area.
The American Association of University Women is a nonprofit organization that has been working to “empower women since 1881.” The organization’s local branch, better known as AAUW Tahoe-Nevada, directly focuses on breaking through educational and economic barriers to allow all females a fair opportunity.
Family-sized servings of delicious lasagna alongside a silent auction including prizes for all age groups – what could be better? The American Association of University Women’s Tahoe-Nevada Branch, better known as AAUW Tahoe-Nevada, is hosting a Lasagna Fundraiser on May 13 for all Incline Village and Crystal Bay locals to participate in.
AAUW Tahoe-Nevada Branch directly focuses on breaking through educational and economic barriers to allow all females a fair opportunity.
In the spring of 1970, Sen. Gaylord Nelson created Earth Day as a way to force the issue of making sustainable decisions onto the national agenda. Decades later, and April 22 is celebrated widely – especially in conscious, Earth-loving communities such as Lake Tahoe.
Amongst the several events that will be happening around the lake, Incline Village General Improvement District will be hosting an Earth Day Cleanup on Friday, April 23.
The weather is getting warmer and the snow is starting to melt—which means that summer is around the corner here in Incline Village. As the school year wraps up, parents are beginning to ask themselves the age-old question: “how can I keep my kids busy over summer?”