- Cobblestone Relay, Feb. 26
- Wacky Winter Bowling, March 2
- Tahoe Gal trip, date in June TBA at VisitTahoeCity.com
- Solstice Festival including Classic Car Show and Tahoe City Wine Walk, June 19-22
- Concerts at Commons Beach, June 22 - Sept. 7
- Street Fair and Fireworks, July 4
- Tahoe City Oktoberfest, Oct. 4
- Tahoe City Grill Fest, Oct. 11
- Holiday Hop, Nov. 29
“Our signature events showcase natural treasures and the incredible experiences available in Tahoe City. There is something truly special - people often say magical - about spending one day, one week or lifetime in Tahoe City and we want our visitors to feel that magic,” explains Gary Davis, President of the TCDA Board of Directors. “I never get tired of looking at the Lake. It’s different all the time.” From the Cobblestone Relay races to Wacky Winter Bowling, the TCDA offers engaging seasonal events for residents and visitors. This year’s line up includes the Tahoe City Solstice Festival, July fourth firework display and second annual Tahoe City Grill Fest.
The Cobblestone Relay is a fast paced, cross-country race that will take place from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Tahoe City Winter Sports Park on Wednesday, Feb. 26. It is one of Tahoe City’s best spectator events in addition to being an incredibly fun competition for participants. Attendees from last year say it is an event that one would expect to see in a small European town. Register at www.alpenglowsports.com.
Children and adults will enjoy the fun event. Helmets will be provided. Each team gets three chances to knock down as many pins as possible. Prizes will be awarded to first place in a variety of categories. Wacky Winter Bowling is held in the Tahoe Winter Sports Park at the Tahoe City Golf Course. Register in person at 10 a.m. on March 2.
“The upcoming events are really worth the trip, but more than that, every day in Tahoe City offers something worthwhile,” says Davis. Tahoe City boasts award winning dining, a variety of independent shops and year round beauty for families and outdoor enthusiasts plus lodging that allows guests to enjoy the best of Tahoe City on foot. For the most up to date information, follow TCDA at Facebook.com/DowntownTahoeCity, go to VistTahoeCity.com or call (530) 583-3348.
Founded in 2004, the Tahoe City Downtown Association (TCDA) is a non-profit organization comprised of merchants, property owners, associations, professionals, and community members who share a mission to enhance and promote a vibrant and prosperous downtown center for residents and visitors. The TCDA contributes to Tahoe City’s social, economic, and environmental vitality through special events, sustainable programs, partnerships, visitor outreach, and community support.