Take A Snowshoe Tour with Us



Did you know we offer recreational snowshoe tours and educational snowshoe tours at both Tahoe Donner Cross Country Ski Area and via our Recreation department? Snowshoe tours take place at various times throughout the winter season, but do require advance reservations. Below are the last two snowshoe tours offered for the season.

Educational Snowshoe Tour

Snowshoe Tour –  Mar. 8

Join our experienced snowshoe guides to learn more about snowshoeing, as well as our local environment and wildlife as you explore the trails at Tahoe Donner. Suitable for all levels.

Time: 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. – Buy now on ShopTD

Recreational Snowshoe Tour

Full Moon Snowshoe Tour – Mar. 7

Join Tahoe Donner Snowplay for a wintery outing under the light of the moon. The tour meets at Trout Creek Recreation Center and caravans to the trailhead on Glacier Way. Reservations must be made at least 48 hours in advance. Book today on ShopTD.

Time: 7:15 – 9:15 p.m.

January 5, 2015


Tahoe Donner Recognizes Outstanding Employees



Tahoe Donner has a wonderful team and has awarded the following outstanding team members for 2014:

Brian Yohn: Reserves Project Manager – Most Valuable Player (MVP)brian-(3)

Sheryl Walker: Architectural Standards Office Manager – Manager of the YearSheryl3

Jeff Jack: Banquet/Event Manager, The Lodge Restaurant & Pub – Best Customer Service
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Matt Belote: Senior Support Analyst, Information Technology Dept. – Team Member of the Year
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December 17, 2014

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Give Back with the Tahoe Donner Giving Fund



Tahoe Donner created the Tahoe Donner Giving Fund (TDGF) in early 2015, a new non-profit program designed to make charitable contributions to benefit the greater Truckee/North Tahoe area. Participating in TDGF is on a volunteer basis and contributions are tax deductible. No funding comes from the Tahoe Donner Homeowner’s Association.

Administered by a board committee, the Tahoe Donner Giving Fund Operations and Grant committee, which is made up of Tahoe Donner members in good standing who recommend support for the following local areas of interest:
• Health and Human Services
• Environment, Conservation and Animal Welfare
• Education and Youth Development
• Arts and Culture

The board appointed the initial committee members to include: Merle Fajans and Dick Gander as Co-Chairs, Barbara Czerwinski, Marilyn Disbrow, Jennifer Jordan, Suzanne Sullivan, and Janet Zipser Zipkin. There are three open seats on the committee; contact Dick Gander at tdgf@tahoedonner.com to volunteer.

The Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation (TTCF) provides all legal, accounting and investment services for the TDGF. In addition, they assist with the grant process to local non-profit organizations.

Given the large size of the Tahoe Donner membership, it will be possible to make a substantial contribution to local charities with even small contributions from individual members – if a significant percentage of homeowners choose to participate. The Tahoe Donner Giving Fund has the potential to be one of the largest charitable funds in the area, giving community support to programs that need it the most. Tahoe Donner and the TDGF committee look forward to the endless possibilities coming to the community this year.

Contact the committee via email at tdgf@tahoedonner.com for more information.

December 1, 2014

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Book Your Group Golf Outing



Group Golf Outings

Plan ahead to enjoy the mountain beauty and fun atmosphere of our challenging and memorable Tahoe Donner championship golf course, home of arguably the finest greens in the High Sierra. Our group rates range from $62 for twilight play in early and late season to $124 prime time/prime season. This includes access to our driving range, the best in the area, along with a cart. A group consists of just 10 players, and reservations may be made up to one year in advance. Special events and tournaments, individual course contests, combo tee options, and customized food and beverage choices are also available. For information, contact our group sales coordinator at 530-582-9643 or email groupsales@tahoedonner.com. View group rates online.

Off-season Tips:

Look for some off-season golf tips from our pro, Rob Weizer, in the upcoming March issue of Tahoe Donner News. Did you miss his instruction from last summer? Read the archives.

November 3, 2014

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Mountain Bounty Organic Produce Program



Would you like to receive a weekly delivery of fresh, seasonal produce, locally grown and straight from the farm?

The CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program is steadily picking up momentum with more participants joining the program each week! The CSA winter program currently runs for 24 weeks for veggies (deliveries through May 14, 2015) and 17 weeks for fruit (deliveries through March 25, 2015). Box varieties are delivered to the Trout Creek Recreation Center and will be available for pickup anytime between 2-10 p.m. on Thursdays, starting Nov. 20 (one week before Thanksgiving).

By participating in a CSA Program you have a direct relationship with the local Mountain Bounty Farm which delivers fresh produce on a weekly basis straight from the farm. See Mountain Bounty Farm for more details.

Interested? It’s not too late to join. Sign up here or contact Dana with Member Services at 530-582-9656 or via email at dherlihy@tahoedonner.com.

October 5, 2014

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Northwoods Clubhouse Upgrades

Please see the list of Northwoods Clubhouse renovations on the way.

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Kayak and Paddleboard Storage Lottery

Kayak and Paddleboard Lottery: More lakeside spots plus new paddleboard storage!

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Snowmaking at Tahoe Donner

Snowmaking Research and Feasibility

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INPUT NEEDED: Should Truckee Use 96-Gallon Carts Instead of Green Waste Bags?

The Town of Truckee is considering a shift in its curbside yard waste collection program by replacing green bags with 96-gallon...

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