Easter Brunch and Easter Eggstravaganza, April 16



Easter is right around the corner and we hope you’ll hop on over for some Easter fun at Tahoe Donner! We are hosting Easter brunch at The Lodge Restaurant & Pub and our Easter Eggstavaganza for family fun and entertainment, conveniently located right outside The Lodge.

Easter Brunch at The Lodge Restaurant & Pub

The Lodge Restaurant & Pub will host a delicious all-you-can-eat brunch buffet. From fresh baked pastries and Belgian waffles to king crab legs, tri-tip, honey baked ham and more! Treat yourself this Easter with endless options. Easter brunch is $39.95 for adults, including a complimentary glass of champagne or a mimosa, and $16.95 for kids. Reservations are strongly recommended. Preview the menu.

DATE: Sunday, April 16
WHERE: The Lodge Restaurant & Pub
TIME: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Easter Eggstravaganza at The Lodge Restaurant & Pub

The Easter Bunny will host our annual Easter Eggstravaganza hunt for the kids with plenty of eggs to go around. Kids 12 and under will enjoy carnival games, spoon races, crafts, face painting and a performance by Penney the Bunny.

DATE: Sunday, April 16
WHERE: The Lodge Restaurant & Pub
TIME: 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Event Timeline:

  • 11 a.m. – Start of event; Penney the Bunny entertains with comedy and magic show
  • 11 a.m. –1 p.m. – Games, crafts, face painting, and concessions (popcorn, cotton candy)
  • 11:30 a.m. – Easter Bunny arrives to meet guests and take pictures
  • 11:45–12:45 p.m. – Penney the Bunny performs; strolling entertainment
  • 12 p.m. –  Egg Hunt begins for 0-2 years old
  • 12:15 p.m. – Egg Hunt begins for 3-5 years old
  • 12:30 p.m.  – Egg Hunt begins for 6-8 years old
  • 12:45 p.m. –  Egg Hunt begins for 9-12 years old
  • 1 p.m. – Conclusion of event

*In the event of snow or rain, some activities may be moved indoors or under The Lodge deck.

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Become A Ski Patroller



Tahoe Donner is seeking new members for its volunteer ski patrol.

As the leading authority of on-mountain safety, the National Ski Patrol (NSP) is dedicated to serving the public and outdoor recreation industry by providing education and accreditation to emergency care and safety service providers. The organization is made up of more than 26,000 members serving over 600 patrols, including Alpine, Nordic, and auxiliary patrollers. Members work on behalf of local ski and snowboard areas to improve the overall experience for outdoor recreationalists.

Why should you join the volunteer Ski Patrol?

  1. As you serve you will have the satisfaction of making a difference.
  2. You will learn new skills that will enhance the safety of your family, friends, and outdoor community.
  3. Your skiing will improve significantly.
  4. You and your family will be able to ski free at Tahoe Donner.

What must I do to join the Tahoe Donner Ski
Patrol?

  1. Be able to demonstrate that you can ski in a stable manner on the Tahoe Donner mountain.
  2. Be willing to learn how to transport injured skiers in a toboggan.
  3. Take the National Ski Patrol Outdoor Emergency Care First Aid Course.
  4. Be willing to serve 10 days per season as a patroller.
  5. Contact Peter Mu, the Patrol Director, to learn further details and how to get started on training.

Ski Patrol Perks include:

  1. Complimentary season ski pass for yourself, your spouse and dependents plus a complimentary voucher and a $5 rental voucher for each day you volunteer.
  2. Cafeteria lunch voucher, for $15, valid on the day you volunteer.
  3. Unlimited coffee and hot chocolate from the cafeteria.
  4. Access to Trout Creek for yourself, your spouse and dependents (access to Trout Creek is based on fulfillment of the minimum day requirement from the previous season).
  5. Ski lessons for $5 for your immediate family (space-available basis).
  6. End-of-season awards dinner, sponsored by the Tahoe Donner Downhill Ski Area.
  7. Retail shop discount of 25 percent off; pro-form products as available.
  8. Uniform subsidy of $100 for NSP vest, jacket, pants or backpack, upon completion of season-long ten-day NSP obligation.

For more information, please contact Ski Patrol Director Peter Mu at peter.mu@gmail.com.

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