Labor Day Weekend in Tahoe City

It’s Labor Day Weekend in Downtown Tahoe City and summer isn’t over yet! In true North Shore style, we’re going big for that one last weekend of summer.

Bring the whole family into town starting Friday, September 4th for Tahoe City First Friday’s.

Come enjoy a meal at one of our awesome restaurants then visit our great local businesses including TrunFBCover_Septk Show, North Tahoe ArtsJames-Harold Galleries, The Store, Copies and more..., Barifot Mountain Photo, Willard’s Sports, Geared for Games, Ruffles & Ruffnecks, Tipsy Gypsy Boutique, Video Stop and more at Tahoe City’s 1st Fridays which happen the first Friday of the month.  Participating businesses will stay open later and often offer specials, refreshments and music.

Annual Sidewalk Sale September 5-7, 2015

EventCVLaborDaySWSDon’t miss another fabulous reason to Buy Local at the 8th Annual Downtown Tahoe City Town-wide Labor Day Weekend Sidewalk Sale. Starting Saturday, September 3rd and extending through Monday, September 5th this sale offers some of the best deals of the season for locals and visitors to Tahoe City.

Spend $50 in your favorite 3 stores as part of “The National 3/50 Project”. Did you know that for every $100 spent in locally owned independent stores, $68 returns to the community through taxes, payroll and other expenditures? It really pays to Shop Local!

Save big on summer & winter gear at Tahoe Dave’s Skis & Boards Tent Sale and Alpenglow Sports’ Sidewalk Blow-Out where you can find a range of items such as foot ware, clothing, skis, snowboards, bindings and many other outdoor accessories. Explore all the shops in the Boatworks Mall, the Cobblestone Center and beyond for end-of-season specials on everything from fine art to home décor and souvenirs.

Final Concert on Commons Beach:

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Featuring Devon Allman Band, and opening act, The Roemers, grab a low back chair and head to Commons Beach for the final performance at Concerts on Commons Beach, starting early at 3pm. Remember concerts are always free and open to all ages! Donations and sponsorships keep this concert series free and coming back ever year, so bring some cash to drop into the donation mailbox.

 

 

2017-05-20T11:26:59+00:00 September 3rd, 2015|Arts, Dining, Music, Shop Local|