Are you thinking romance, chocolates, a fabulous dinner or some great outdoor activity? If you are, you remembered that Valentine’s Day in Tahoe – Truckee is just around the corner. This year it’s on a Sunday, so hopefully you and your someone special will be able to take advantage of it. Here are a few unique Truckee – Tahoe events in our area for you to consider.
How would you like an amazing “decadent dinner made with ingredients that will set the mood just right”? We thought so! This year’s Valentines Day Pop Up Dinner, at The Cedar House, is being served up on Saturday, February 13. What’s in store? Start off with a passionfruit aperitif, move onto a variety of canapes (fresh shucked oysters, smoked salmon, and more), grab a salad, crepe and something extra for your first course, seared squab breast for the second, and, well, we don’t want to spoil it all here! If this sounds just about right for you and your special someone, visit this Web page to snap up your reservation (going very fast). Or phone (530) 582-5655. Tickets are $125 per person.
Miss your chance for the Pop Up Dinner? Or perhaps you wanted to make sure you went out on Valentine’s Day? The Northstar California Resort offers up Ski tōst & be Married! It’s a group wedding ceremony! Want to profess your love, renew your vow, or get married? You can do it at 2 p.m. on Valentine’s Day. Following your extraordinary exchange, there will be a celebration from 4:30-6:30 pm at the Cabana Bars. Drink specials are on, and at 5:30 live music will be featured on The Village stage. If you and your partner want to be legally married that day, please check out first Placer County’s information on marriage licenses. To find out more about this most unique way to spend Valentine’s Day, please visit this page on Northstar’s website.
Also on the day of, Tahoe Donner is having their Valentine’s Day Sunset Snowshoe Tour. Starting at 4:30 pm, and lasting approximately an hour and a half, you’re urged to “bundle up with a companion” for a special Valentine’s Day evening. You’ll meet at Trout Creek Recreation Centre and caravan to the trailhead. Dress warm, in layers. Bring a flashlight. You will need to make reservations at least 24 hours ahead of time. The cost is only $7.50, or $15 if you need to rent snowshoes. For more information, head over to Tahoe Donner’s Snowplay events page.
This list was accurate at the time of publication; please check directly with the venue(s) to ensure dates, times, and locations remain the same.