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Lake Tahoe is famous for its numerous spectacular Fourth of July fireworks displays. All over the area, the sky explodes with rainbows of light. And there’s plenty to celebrate on the ground as well. Here’s a quick and easy guide to some of the highlights and options for 2015...
After making headlines for the embarrassing amount of trash left on beaches last July 4th, Tahoe communities and over 50 organizations are rolling out a humorous and broadly-implemented campaign designed to remind folks to help take care of the spectacular Lake Tahoe region.
The Tahoe City Downtown Association and other organizations are looking for volunteers to assist for a couple of hours on Saturday, July 4th. Volunteers will perform in a variety of duties and positions related to the July 4th Celebration and Fireworks Display.
The summer solstice on June 21st provided a unique opportunity to capture a full day of varied activity at Sunnyside Resort, including the patio (without umbrellas up), the marina, and of course, the lake.
Hello Floaters and Boaters! The big weekend is upon us and the conditions for lake-bound adventurers are perfect! Glass galore in the morning will provide the smooth rides you dream of, whether via paddlecraft or behind a boat. Make getting on the lake part of your holiday weekend!
Mostly cloudy skies Thursday with scattered showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon. Daytime regional highs will be in the low 80s to low 90s with light winds. For the weekend ahead...