Outdoor Activities

Mt. Rose Ski Resort is Open Thanks to Snow Machines

Written By: Farah Vitale Mt. Rose is the first ski resort to open this season and it’s all thanks to the help of snow machines! It only costs $20 for adults and $10 for kids 15 and under. The kickoff ran both Friday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon. Right now most of the snow…

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Enjoy a Halloween Full of Spooky Events

Written By: Farah Vitale Halloween is around the corner and there are many ways to spend your month of October including “Halloweekend.” Here are some scary Halloween parties and events you can’t miss: 39th Annual Freaker’s Ball – Get dressed up and enjoy a creepy night full of dancing in Tahoe! There will be $10,000 in cash…

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Be a Part of Super Pet Adoption Day

Written By: Farah Vitale Northern Nevada’s animal welfare groups are going to hold “Super Pet Adoption Day” in Reno on Saturday, October 14th. The event is scheduled at Rancho San Rafael Park from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be dogs, cats and small animals available for you to give a home. The organizations involved…

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Check Out Cheetahs and Tigers at Animal Ark

Written By: Farah Vitale The Animal Ark wildlife sanctuary and education center has animals including tigers, cheetahs, bears, wolves, birds of prey, big cats, and many other species. The Ark runs across 38 acres of land with trails for people to walk while watching their favorite animals and exotic species roam.  Animals from disadvantaged situations come…

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Get Ready for Oktoberfest!

Written By: Farah Vitale Reno and Tahoe have their own Oktoberfest, filled with German beer and food! On Sept. 23rd, get ready for Oktoberfest games and Bavarian music! The amazing festival helps out the community by donating all proceeds from beer sales to High Sierra Lacrosse Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports student athletes. The…

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Stay in Touch with Reno-Tahoe Culture

Written By: Farah Vitale Reno’s culture has done a 180 and is now a pedestal for art and music. Looking back at Reno over the last five years, the difference between now and then is staggering. Be sure to take full advantage of the beauty throughout our city. Burning Man exhibit at Nevada Museum of Art…

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Interbike Moves to Reno-Tahoe

Written By: Farah Vitale As of 2018, Interbike will be held in Reno and Lake Tahoe! The largest cycling trade show in the United States is moving from Las Vegas to Reno for a bigger financial impact. On top of that, Reno is a mix of world-class venues, a variety of hotels, the OutDoor Demo,…

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Here’s How to Watch the Solar Eclipse in Reno

Written By: Farah Vitale Get ready star gazers! The Great American Eclipse is on August 21st. It will cover about 85% of the sun in the Reno area and completely cover it in parts of Oregon. The last American total eclipse was in 1979 but did not reach coast to coast. The United States is the…

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Sports Complex Coming to South Reno

Written by: Celeste Harper Great news for the Reno indoor soccer community: in 2018, the second location of Reno Sportsdome will be opening in the South Meadows area! The second location will be 120,000 sqft of indoor turf and courts. Reno Sportsdome decided to expand to South Reno due to full leagues and high usage year round.  “We reach capacity in the…

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Kid-Friendly Activities in Reno

Written by: Celeste Harper In a town known for it’s bustling casinos and appreciation for craft beer, you might be surprised to find Reno is quite family-friendly . Check out this fun filled list of activities for your family to do this weekend. Discovery Museum This museum is a true treasure in Reno. Originally funded…

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