High quality cancer care facility offering medical evaluation, diagnosis and treatment, digital imaging, chemotherapy, pharmacy and lab and comprehensive physical therapy and family support.
A 6-mile paved bike path (plowed in winter) along the Truckee River from Truckee River Regional Park to Glenshire neighborhood and accessing Riverview Sports Park with historical and art landmarks.
Riverside Studios is an inspiring art gallery owned and operated by five locally based artists. It is nestled in the heart of the Sierra Nevada in the town of Truckee, California.
''High Iron'' by Bernie LaForest of Striker Forge is the most vertical in the Truckee Artistic Bike Rack project. The sculpture is made of rail steel and was commissioned by the Town of Truckee.
Photography, Black and White photography, Color photography, Landscape photography, Skiing photography, dog photographs, Tahoe photographs, interior design, interior decorating, custom photography
A community college offering general education, career and technical education, classes in the arts. and transfer pathways.
''Martis Sculpture'' was created by artist Anton Standteiner of The Mountain Forge. The flow and style of the sculpture was designed to honor the Native American people who once inhabited Martis Valley.
''The Feather'' is part of the Truckee Artistic Bike Rack Project by TPAC. It was designed by Lauren Bello Okerman and is made of powdercoated steel.
Our mission is to support the visual arts in the North Tahoe-Truckee communities through exposure, education and participation. We seek to enrich lives by providing quality visual arts programming.
Mountain Flowers sculpture stands 16-18 feet high in the roundabout across from the Truckee Donner Community Center on Donner Pass Road.
The Truckee Roundhouse is a non-profit makerspace that supports a wide variety of crafts, skills, technologies, and arts in the Truckee-Tahoe community and features local art. truckeeroundhouse.org
Building Communities is a public art project that includes original pieces of the east span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge. It is now
the Kids Train Platform located at Truckee Regional Park.
The Truckee-Tahoe Airport provides access to the North Lake Tahoe recreational area through general aviation services. The contemporary facility includes office spaces and art exhibits.
TTUSD is an award winning district that offers a wide variety of arts and science focused programs in Truckee and North Tahoe to meet the diverse needs of all students.
Features a public art gallery, 18,000 sq. ft. double court gymnasium, indoor track with fitness equipment, 26,000 sq. ft. Aquatics Center, climbing wall, meeting rooms, kitchen, and classrooms.
Sara's art is inspired by playful appreciation for both the simplicity and complexity of life, driven by a constant curiosity and fascination with uniquely individual life experiences.
Carmel Gallery features a stunning collection of fine art landscape photography by Olof & Elizabeth Carmel, along with a unique and exciting collection of sculpture, woodwork, jewelry, and glass art.
The McConkey Eagle was created by Hansi Standteiner as a memorial tribute to professional skier Shane McConkey after Shane’s untimely death in a ski-base accident in 2009.
Community As Ecosystem is a mural measuring 11 ft. high by 16 using sepia tones, reclaimed Lake Tahoe pier wood, donors are represented by cut animal shapes and forged iron environmental elements.
A dynamic space with high end statement pieces as well as more affordable art and gifts for locals and visitors alike.
''DeRailed'' part of the Truckee Artistic Bike Rack Project, was created by artist Bernie LaForest of Striker Forge and is made of repurposed rail steel.
Soulful music, delectable, fresh, simple mountain cuisine. Enjoy an experience reminiscent of a warm and inviting 1950s supper club. Get takeout from Moody's Market; dine on beautiful outdoor stage.
We facilitate collaborative efforts that promote and sustain the visual, literary and performing arts of Nevada County in order to advance the cultural, social and economic life of our community.
''Uplifted'' is part of Truckee Public Arts Commission's Art Bike Rack Project. It was designed by Karin Johnson and created by Karin Johnson and Jewelz Vaio. It sits at the corner of Trout Creek Park
Truckee’s contemporary fine art resource for collectors and designers. We offer a fresh selection of art from many of the regions premier artists for the modern mountain home.
''Locomotion'' was created by local kinetic artist Fred Besch. The ''giant bike'' sculpture can be found in the plaza west of the historic Flying A building.