Reno-Tahoe March Online Calendar
Compiled by Megan Gibson

Ash Wednesday
March 1

Techniques 5 Cooking Class
March 1
6 p.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary School — Reno
Learn the fundamentals of gourmet cooking in this “building block”-style cooking class. Review and build upon the sauces mastered in the prior classes and add new techniques to create a fabulous crème soup. Learn how to roast chicken and vegetables. And for dessert … chocolate! For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3497

CANstruction Competition
March 1 – 5
Meadowood Mall — Reno
The American Institute of Architects, Northern Nevada chapter, and the Food Bank of Northern Nevada are gearing up for the 14th annual CANstruction event. This visually stimulating and educational food drive combines architecture, design, learning, and planning and brings professionals in the architecture, design, and construction fields together for a great experience that feeds people at the same time. For details, visit https://fbnn.org/get-involved/events/

First Thursday
March 2
5 – 7 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Grab a drink and groove to the music of Dusty Miles and the Cryin’ Shame as you check out gallery exhibits. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2017/03/

Cheese Making Workshop
March 2
10:30 a.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary School — Reno
This hands-on class will teach you to make fresh soft cheeses in your own kitchen. Discover how easy and fun it can be to prepare ricotta and mozzarella. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3516

St. Patrick’s Day Sugar Cookie Class
March 3
6– 8 p.m.
Mix Cupcake Co. — Reno
This class is for the sugar cookie beginner! Learn how to outline, flood, and then decorate your big cookies with royal icing. Hear discussions and see a demonstration on how to prepare royal icing, how to find the correct consistency for the job you are doing, and how to mix in color. For details, visit https://www.mixcupcakeco.com/collections/classes

Gumbo, Jambalaya, and Beignets Class
March 3
6 p.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary School — Reno
Explore these classic New Orleans dishes and learn the difference between Creole and Cajun cuisine and how to make a proper roux. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3518

Mountains Majesty
March 3 – 4
7 p.m.
North Valleys High School Theater — Reno
Enjoy a free concert by students and adults of all ages and walks of life. For details, visit http://www.renopops.org/concerts-2/

Just Between Friends Sale
March 3 – 5
Livestock Events Center — Reno
Kids are expensive! Save time and money by shopping for clothing, toys, books, equipment, and more at the area’s largest children’s consignment sale. For details, visit http://reno.jbfsale.com/homeView.jsp

Snowfest
March 3 – 12
North Lake Tahoe
Don’t miss 10 full days and nights of events and activities for all ages. Enjoy events at Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows, Homewood, Diamond Peak, and Northstar, including parades, races, parties, concerts, theater, and, of course, plenty of wining and dining. For details, visit http://tahoesnowfest.org

Wine Walk
March 4
1 – 5 p.m.
Downtown Carson City
Purchase a commemorative wine glass and spend the afternoon sipping and strolling around downtown Carson City. For details, visit http://visitcarsoncity.com/event/wine-walk/2017-03-04/

St. Patrick’s Day Sugar Cookie Class
March 4
4 – 6 p.m.
Mix Cupcake Co. — Reno
This class is for the sugar cookie beginner! Learn how to outline, flood, and then decorate your big cookies with royal icing. Hear discussions and see a demonstration on how to prepare royal icing, how to find the correct consistency for the job you are doing, and how to mix in color. For details, visit https://www.mixcupcakeco.com/collections/classes

Tasting & Tours
March 4
Noon – 4 p.m.
Frey Ranch — Fallon
Visit historic and unique Frey Ranch, home to Churchill Vineyards, Nevada’s only estate winery. On this tasting tour, explore the 4,700-square-foot distillery with a still room, tank room, barreling room, and a one-of-a-kind, custom-made Vendome. For details, visit http://www.freyranch.com/events/ Sunday Music Brunch
March 5
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Enjoy live music by Judith and Rocky while dining on artful dishes, mimosas, and a bloody mary bar by chez louie. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2017/03/

Raclette Night
March 5
5:30 – 8 p.m.
Wedge Cheese Shop — Reno
Imagine a river of hot, melting Raclette cheese poured over potatoes, cured meats, and pickled vegetables. Whether you’ve been enjoying Raclette for years, or you’ve just jumped onto the Raclette train that’s taken the U.S. by storm this year, you’ll be in for a mouthwateringly cheesy evening! For details, visit http://wedgecheeseshop.com/classesevent/ Creating a Camp Kitchen
March 6
6 – 9:30 p.m.
TMCC Meadowood Campus –— Reno
Spend less time preparing for a trip into the great outdoors and more time enjoying it. Learn to create a highly portable, practical, and functional kitchen-in-a-box so you’ll never forget an essential camp cooking item again. Discuss the most effective way to pack a camp kitchen and why it’s important to have one. For detail, visit https://truckee.augusoft.net/index.cfm?method=ClassInfo.ClassInformation&int_class_id=23518

Teens Cook!
March 7
4:15 – 5:45 p.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary School — Reno
Encourage teens to flex their creative culinary muscles and develop skills and cooking habits to last a lifetime in this series of cooking classes. Students will practice a variety of cooking techniques while creating tasty dishes. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3523

Training and Pruning Fruit Trees
March 7
6 – 8 p.m.
Bartley Ranch Regional Park — Reno
Michael Janik, certified arborist and Cooperative Extension master gardener volunteer, will go over fruit tree pruning basics and how trees respond to pruning. Learn how to maintain healthy, beautiful, and productive trees. For details, visit http://www.growyourownnevada.com/news-events/calendar-of-events/

Techniques 6 Cooking Class
March 8
6 p.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary School — Reno
This class culminates the Technique Series by teaching you how to create emulsified sauces and perfect pan-frying techniques. You’ll receive a NTI diploma at a special graduation ceremony! For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3459

Paleo Lifestyle
March 8, 15, 22, 29
7 – 9 p.m.
TMCC Meadowood Campus — Reno
Discover the paleo diet as a way to combat obesity, America's biggest health challenge. Explore the science of paleo foods for weight loss and athletic performance as well as potential paleo benefits for those with autoimmune diseases such as diabetes. Make better food choices and learn which foods to avoid. For details, visit https://truckee.augusoft.net/index.cfm?method=ClassInfo.ClassInformation&int_class_id=23707

Chocolate Workshop
March 9
7 – 9 p.m.
Sugar Love Chocolates — Reno
Learn about origins of chocolate, its role in commerce and culture, and its transformation throughout culinary history. For details, visit https://sugarlovechocolates.com/pages/events

What to Cook? Class
March 9
6 p.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary School — Reno
Tired of the same old meals? This demonstration class will give you time-wise recipes and plans for freshly cooked meals you can prepare any day within 30 minutes. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3524

Rosetta Costantino — My Calabria Class
March 10
6 p.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary School — Reno
Cookbook author and teacher Rosetta Costantino was born in a small wine-producing town in Calabria on the southern tip of the Italian peninsula. Her father was a master cheesemaker and winemaker and tended to the family’s olive groves, vineyards, goats, and sheep. Her mother and grandmothers grew vegetables, preserving them for winter months, and made pasta. Her first cookbook, My Calabria, was nominated for an IACP award. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3525

Rosetta Costantino — My Calabria Class
March 11
10 a.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary School — Reno
Cookbook author and teacher Rosetta Costantino was born in a small wine-producing town in Calabria on the southern tip of the Italian peninsula. Her father was a master cheesemaker and winemaker and tended to the family’s olive groves, vineyards, goats, and sheep. Her mother and grandmothers grew vegetables, preserving them for winter months, and made pasta. Her first cookbook, My Calabria, was nominated for an IACP award. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=calendar&nMonth=3&nYear=2017

St. Patrick’s Day Sugar Cookie Class
March 11
4 – 6 p.m.
Mix Cupcake Co. — Reno
This class is for the sugar cookie beginner! Learn how to outline, flood, and then decorate your big cookies with royal icing. Hear discussions and see a demonstration on how to prepare royal icing, how to find the correct consistency for the job you are doing, and how to mix in color. For details, visit https://www.mixcupcakeco.com/collections/classes

Tasting & Tours
March 11
Noon – 4 p.m.
Frey Ranch — Fallon
Visit historic and unique Frey Ranch, home to Churchill Vineyards, Nevada’s only estate winery. On this tasting tour, explore the 4,700- square-foot distillery with a still room, tank room, barreling room, and a one-of-a-kind, custom-made Vendome. For details, visit http://www.freyranch.com/events/

Rocky Mountain Oyster Fry
March 11
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Virginia City
Have a ball, or two, in historic Virginia City this St. Patrick’s Day. Each year, more than 3,000 daring connoisseurs sample tasty testes from cooks competing for the title of Best Rocky Mountain Oyster Cook in the West! Cooks fry, smoke, or grill these delectable concoctions in a way that will make you forget what you’re really eating. Go balls out and try them all. For details, visit http://visitvirginiacitynv.com/events/rocky-mountain-oyster-fry.html

Social Science: In A Pickle
March 11
6 – 9 p.m.
Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum — Reno
From food preservation and preparation to the production of wine and beer, fermentation has long been an organic means of converting sugar into the flavors and textures we love. At Social Science, you’ll explore the microbiology involved in the fermentation process and its variety of modern-day uses. For details, visit https://nvdm.org/event/social-science-pickle/

Daylight Savings Time Begins
March 12

Leprechaun Race
March 12
8:30 a.m.
Midtown — Reno
Join this family-friendly 5K run benefitting the Terry Lee Wells Discovery Museum, and walk through the Midtown and Wells Avenue districts. Costumes are encouraged. For details, visit http://race178.com/leprechaunrace/

Sunday Music Brunch
March 12
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Enjoy live music by Colin Ross while dining on artful dishes, mimosas, and a bloody mary bar by chez louie. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2017/03/

Classix Five: Brilliance
March 12
4 p.m.
Pioneer Center — Reno
Celebrate spring’s arrival with the energizing flutter of Barber’s Violin Concerto performed by an emerging star on the international stage, Benjamin Beilman. Not to be outdone, the two-piece concert concludes with Mahler’s dramatic and absolutely thrilling Symphony No. 1. It depicts a life journey from the innocence of youth, through peaks of tremendous joy as well as despair at the confrontation of loss. For details, visit https://renophil.secure.force.com/ticket/#details_a0S3100000Aqd9pEAB

Cheese and Wine Paining Class
March 13
6 – 8 p.m.
Wedge Cheese Shop — Reno
Learn the basics of pairing cheese and wine in this tasty and informative class. By the end, you’ll be on your way to pairing like a pro! For details, visit http://wedgecheeseshop.com/classesevent/

National Pi Day
March 14

Composting — Some Like It Hot
March 14
6– 8 p.m.
Bartley Ranch Regional Park — Reno
Heidi Kratsch, Cooperative Extension horticulture specialist, will present information about the most efficient and safe composting method— hot composting. Explore a variety of composting setups. Learn the dos and don’ts to adding materials to the compost pile, maintaining the pile’s temperature, and turning it. Learn about the ecosystem of compost piles. Find out how to tell when compost is ready to use and how finished compost improves soil, which in turn helps plants. For details, visit http://www.growyourownnevada.com/news-events/calendar-of-events/

High Desert Gardening Basics
March 14
6 – 9 p.m.
TMCC Meadowood Campus — Reno
Get better results in your garden by understanding the horticultural conditions of Northern Nevada. Learn proper pruning of trees, shrubs, perennials, and roses. For details, visit https://truckee.augusoft.net/index.cfm?method=ClassInfo.ClassInformation&int_class_id=23503&int_category_id=1&int_sub_category_id=2&int_catalog_id=0 Sausage Making Workshop
March 14
6 p.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary School — Reno
Construct your own fresh, homemade sausage, and say goodbye to the grocery store’s limited choices. In this class, you’ll learn how to influence flavor and texture as you discover that sausage is one of the most versatile ingredients in your refrigerator. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3527

Classix Five: Brilliance
March 14
7:30 p.m.
Pioneer Center — Reno
Celebrate spring’s arrival with the energizing flutter of Barber’s Violin Concerto performed by an emerging star on the international stage, Benjamin Beilman. Not to be outdone, the two-piece concert concludes with Mahler’s dramatic and absolutely thrilling Symphony No. 1. It depicts a life journey from the innocence of youth, through peaks of tremendous joy as well as despair at the confrontation of loss. For details, visit https://renophil.secure.force.com/ticket/#details_a0S3100000Aqd9pEAB

Croque-Monsieur and Grilled Cheese Night
March 15
6 p.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary School — Reno
What was once a simple dish griddled to satisfy a child’s palate has now grown into an adult indulgence. Learn how to use different ingredients and seasoning to transform your grilled cheese sandwich. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3528

Flavors of the Yucatán with Clint Jolly
March 16
6 p.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary School — Reno
Join chef Clint Jolly as he shares secrets for creating his favorite dishes from the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico. During his many culinary visits to the states of Yucatán and Quintana Roo, chef Clint has dined in local homes as well as the region’s top restaurants. Discover how ancient Mayan culture and modern influences have created the unique cuisine of this region. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3529

Herbal Remedies: All Natural Cold + Flu Care Workshop
March 16
7 – 9 p.m.
Pantry Products @ the Basement — Reno
Plant medicine excels at strengthening the body’s innate ability to heal itself and supports the body through all the little road bumps in health. This approach can fortify the body and help prepare it for a time of serious sickness. In this workshop, you’ll talk about and craft all-natural remedies to soothe common cold and flu maladies, including sore throat spray, achy body soak, and an aromatherapy steam. Each attendee will leave with at least three remedies as well as a tip sheet and recipes to make at home. For details, visit https://www.evensi.us/herbal-remedies-all-natural-cold-flu-care-workshop-the/195697047

Global Gala
March 16
6 p.m.
Atlantis Casino Resort Spa — Reno
This year, the Northern Nevada International Center’s gala has an Irish theme, honoring one of the largest groups of immigrants/refugees of the 19th and 20th centuries. Enjoy traditional music by Ciana, fine food and drink, a Global Quiz, special guests, and a chance to win a barrel of beer or wagon of wine, or even a trip to Zimbabwe. For details, visit http://www.unr.edu/nnic/globalgala

Stand By Your Land Film Festival
March 16
7 – 9 p.m.
Patagonia — Reno
Friends of Nevada Wilderness, Patagonia, and KEEN footwear host an evening of conservation films, activism, and beer! View KEEN’s Live Monumental film and a line-up of inspirational short films. For details, visit http://www.nevadawilderness.org/standbyyourland

St. Patrick’s Day
March 17

St. Paddy’s Day Potluck
March 17
Town Hall — Genoa
Get your Irish on and celebrate St. Patrick's Day! Bring your favorite potluck salad or dessert to share. The Town of Genoa will supply the traditional corned beef and cabbage dinner. Plus there will be a silent auction, traditional Irish music, fun family entertainment, and more. For details, visit http://www.genoanevada.org/calendar_2017.htm#March

Taste of Burgundy
March 17
6 p.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary School — Reno
Explore some of the most iconic French flavors from the Burgundy region, including Dijon mustard, cheese gougeres, fresh goat cheese, and slow-cooked, wine-laden dishes. Burgundy has a rich culinary tradition of rustic cooking that uses few ingredients but relies on great techniques. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3530

St. Baldrick’s Foundation Brave a Shave
March 17
5 – 8:30 p.m.
Downtown Ballroom — Reno
Be a hero for kids with cancer! Whether you decide to shave your head, volunteer, or donate, be a part of the excitement! For details, visit https://www.stbaldricks.org/events/mypage/45/2017

Mountain Table Dinner Series — Merryvale Vineyards
March 17
6 – 9 p.m.
Zephyr Lodge — Northstar, CA
Enjoy a locally and regionally sourced, family-style dinner by Merryvale Vineyards. Guests not only will enjoy a fantastic menu, breathtaking views, and live music, but there will be a few surprises as well! For details, visit http://www.northstarcalifornia.com/trip-planning/mountain-table-dinners.aspx

Home and Garden Show
March 17 – 19
Reno/Sparks Convention Center – Reno
Explore hundreds of home improvement exhibits and compare products and services for a complete home remodel, a simple home improvement, or a basic interior design project. See, feel, shop, and compare hundreds of new products and services, all in one location. For details, visit http://www.lockettshows.com/reno-home-shows

Tasting & Tours
March 18
Noon – 4 p.m.
Frey Ranch — Fallon
Visit historic and unique Frey Ranch, home to Churchill Vineyards, Nevada’s only estate winery. On this tasting tour, explore the 4,700-square-foot distillery with a still room, tank room, barreling room, and a one-of-a-kind, custom-made Vendome. For details, visit http://www.freyranch.com/events/

Wine Walk
March 18
2 – 5 p.m.
Riverwalk District — Reno
Join us every third Saturday of the month as the Riverwalk Merchants Association hosts the popular Wine Walk (the original, and still the best!) along the Truckee River and neighboring streets in downtown Reno. Enjoy a responsible taste of the Riverwalk District. For details, visit http://renoriver.org/features/wine-walk/

Concerto Festival
March 18
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Steinway Piano Gallery —– Reno
Listen to musicians of all ages play a concerto movement up to 13 minutes in length. A winner will be selected for each age division and will be invited to perform with the Reno Pops Orchestra. For details, visit http://www.renopops.org/concerto-festival-2/

Modern Pressure Cooker Class
March 18
10:30 a.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary School — Reno
Pressure cooking is a great way to save time while obtaining the best nutrients and flavor from your food. Learn how to get the most out of this underused kitchen appliance, allowing you and your loved ones more time to take pleasure in the meals you make. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3531

National Orchestra Ukraine
March 18
7:30 p.m.
Pioneer Center — Reno
The Reno Chamber Orchestra presents the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine Kiev. The orchestra will be conducted by its “conductor laureate,” none other than its very own music director and conductor, Theodore Kuchar. For details, visit http://pioneercenter.com/all-events/event/national-symphony-orchestra-of-ukraine-kiev/

Literary Arts and Wine
March 19
5 p.m.
Art Truckee
This local reading series promotes the work of emerging, regional writers and the literary arts. For details, visit http://literaryartsandwine.squarespace.com

Sunday Music Brunch
March 19
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Enjoy live music by Carolyn Dolan while dining on artful dishes, mimosas, and a bloody mary bar by chez louie. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2017/03/

Spring Tea and Tour
March 19
3 – 5:30 p.m.
Lake Mansion — Reno
The Spring Tea & Tour takes place on the main floor of “Reno’s First Address,” the Lake Mansion, built in 1877 and listed on the State and National Registers of Historic Places. You will enjoy assorted tea sandwiches, scones, delightful desserts, tea, your fellow tea revelers, and the perfect ambiance of a historic mansion with antique furnishings. For details, visit https://www.artsforallnevada.org/event-info/spring-tea-at-the-lake-mansion/

Reno Garlic Fest
March 19
6 – 9 p.m.
River School Farm — Reno
Enjoy this garlic-themed potluck celebrating the equinox. Bring your favorite garlic dish to share and meet local garlic farmers. For details, visit http://www.riverschoolfarm.org/calendar/

First Day of Spring
March 20

National Agriculture Day
March 21

Spice It Up with Tomatoes and Peppers
March 21
6 – 8 p.m.
Bartley Ranch Regional Park — Reno
Pamela Van Hoozer, Cooperative Extension master gardener volunteer, will discuss custom-picking tomatoes and peppers to spice up your garden. She’ll dish up information on rare and heirloom varieties, colors and flavors, seeds and starts, where and how to purchase, and more! For details, visit http://www.growyourownnevada.com/news-events/calendar-of-events/

High Desert Edible Gardening
March 21
6 – 9 p.m.
TMCC Meadowood Campus — Reno
Grow the fruits, vegetables, and herbs you love despite living in a desert climate. Learn the appropriate condition for the development of your plants and watch your hard work come to life. For details, visit https://truckee.augusoft.net/index.cfm?method=ClassInfo.ClassInformation&int_class_id=23506&int_category_id=1&int_sub_category_id=2&int_catalog_id=0

Craft Beer Tasting
March 22
4 – 6 p.m.
Wedge Cheese Shop
At this fun and informal beer tasting, you’ll enjoy flights of unique and fantastic beer. Of course there will be cheese served as well! For details, visit http://wedgecheeseshop.com/classesevent/

Taste of Morocco
March 22
6 p.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary School — Reno
Enjoy an evening of aromatic spices and exquisite flavors as you learn wonderful recipes from this blend of African, Arabian, and European influences. Learn to use a tagine to cook meat, poultry, fish, or vegetables simmered gently in the steam created by the pot’s conical lid. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3533

Sushi Class
March 23
6 p.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary School — Reno
A must for any sushi lover, this class will show you how to locate and cut the freshest fish, cook perfect sticky rice, and form Nigiri and Maki rolls. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3534

Nevada’s Big Give
March 23
Join thousands of Nevadans in supporting your favorite organization or discovering a new one that could use your help. In the 6th annual event, let's join together and support Nevada organizations in 24 hours of online giving. Nevada's Big Give is one extraordinary day to make a real impact — every donation you make gives your favorite organization the chance to win financial prizes while also furthering its mission. For details, visit https://nvbiggive.razoo.com/giving_events/nv17/home?event=nv14&format=html&page=home

California Artisan Cheese Festival
March 24 – 26
Petaluma, CA
A weekend-long celebration brought together by a lively and friendly group of experts and presenters from the wonderful world of artisan cheese, the festival promotes broad awareness of the artisan cheesemaking community and enjoyment of its products. For details, visit https://www.artisancheesefestival.com

Marshmallow Workshop
March 25
10:30 a.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary School — Reno
Brian Wilkin, master confectioner, will take you step by step through making the most delightful treats on the planet. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3535

Tasting & Tours
March 25
Noon – 4 p.m.
Frey Ranch — Fallon
Visit historic and unique Frey Ranch, home to Churchill Vineyards, Nevada’s only estate winery. On this tasting tour, explore the 4,700-square-foot distillery with a still room, tank room, barreling room, and a one-of-a-kind, custom-made Vendome. For details, visit http://www.freyranch.com/events/

Reno Beer Crawl
March 25
2 – 6 p.m.
Downtown Reno
For just $5, get a wristband, map, and glass to use for $1 refills of 6-ounce samples at multiple downtown Reno locations. For details, visit http://renobeercrawl.com

A Season of Compost Lecture
March 25
4 – 6 p.m.
Simply Water — Reno
Urban Farm Project kicks off its Season of Compost class series with this first lecture that will answer the following questions: What is compost? What is biodynamic compost? In addition, learn where to put compost in your yard, how to build compost using biodynamic methods, what to put in your compost for different uses, what you can do with your compost, tools and supplies you need, how to care for your compost, and how to cover it. For details, visit http://consciousnessofeconomics.com/?page_id=561

Spring Music Series
March 25 – 26
Squaw Valley, CA
The Spring Music Series returns this year with five music-filled weekends. Talented musicians take center stage on the deck at Alpine Meadows for a spring filled with great skiing and exceptional FREE live music. For details, visit http://squawalpine.com/events-things-do/spring-music-series

Sunday Music Brunch
March 26
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Enjoy live music by Kat & Dave while dining on artful dishes, mimosas, and a bloody mary bar by chez louie. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2017/03/

Successful Vegetable Gardening
March 28
6 – 8 p.m.
Bartley Ranch Regional Park – Reno
Randy Robison, Cooperative Extension master gardener volunteer, will share his secrets to harvesting abundant, award-winning produce from raised garden beds in our high desert climate. He will share information about amending the soil to help plants, crop rotation strategies to increase yields, and companion planting to discourage pests. For details, visit http://www.growyourownnevada.com/news-events/calendar-of-events/

Organic Gardening
March 28
6 – 9 p.m.
TMCC Meadowood Campus — Reno
Implementing natural gardening methods can be rewarding, productive, and save you money. Gain tips from a master gardener on growing and maintaining quality plants and vegetables, while decreasing water use and increasing your plant production. For details, visit https://truckee.augusoft.net/index.cfm?method=ClassInfo.ClassInformation&int_class_id=23495&int_category_id=1&int_sub_category_id=2&int_catalog_id=0

Bread Class
March 29
6 – 8 p.m.
Butter + Salt — Reno
Learn how to make three different breads including country loaf, brioche, and focaccia. The class will include a glass of wine, recipes, cheese, and charcuterie. For details, visit http://us14.campaign-archive1.com/?u=7a14ed891c7baba1c7f145281&id=6caf64999f&e=230b067280

Let It Be
March 30
7:30 p.m.
Pioneer Center — Reno
Direct from London’s West End and Broadway, the international hit show made its North American debut with an 8-week tour throughout Canada and the U.S during spring of 2015. Annerin Productions brings you the show that you never got to see The Beatles ever perform. Relive the past from Ed Sullivan to Abbey Road, with favorite hits including “Hard Day’s Night,” “Day Tripper,” “Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,” “Twist and Shout,” “Get Back,” “I Wanna Hold Your Hand,” and “Strawberry Fields,” and imagine the reunion that never was. For details, visit http://pioneercenter.com/all-events/event/let-it-be/

WinterWonderGrass Festival
March 31 – April 2
Squaw Valley, CA
WinterWonderGrass returns for another gathering, mixing the finest ingredients of the North Lake Tahoe lifestyle and delivering a batch to local music enthusiasts and the global winter audience. For details, visit http://www.winterwondergrasstahoe.com

 

 

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