2014 Summer Program Registration Now Open



Day Camp and Aquatic Member and Guest Registration for 2014 is now open!

Check your summer calendars and sign up early! Summer will be here before we know it! That also means now is the time to start thinking about summer camp, swim lessons and other summer activities for you and your family. We began registration for Tahoe Donner Summer programs in March; the registration schedule – with dates and times – is below. Follow the links to get summer 2014 program info and links to the registration website.

Day Camps

Our diverse camp programs for ages 3 to 12 are packed full of learning and exploration. We believe in challenging your kids through new and diverse outdoor experiences. Our programs focus on outdoor education and environmental awareness. Day campers will participate in various activities such as river rafting, rock climbing, beach outings, hiking and exploring the Tahoe National Forest. Our staff aims to give each child a great mountain experience while providing a fun and safe learning environment. For information on 2014 Day Camps, including dates and rates, see Day Camp program information or our registration information page.

Links to purchase Day Camps are NOW ACTIVE for Tahoe Donner members and member guests. Follow the links from our Day Camp program information page to find the appropriate program for your child.

Aquatics Programs

We offer a variety of programs from youth and adult swim lessons to lifeguard training and certification. Come join us for some fun in the sun! For information on 2014 Aquatics programs, including dates and rates, and links to purchase, see Aquatic program information on our website.

Links to purchase Aquatics programs are NOW ACTIVE for Tahoe Donner members and member guests.

In order to register for the Day Camps and Aquatics programs, children must be members. Please make sure your information is current at the Member Services office. All you need to do is make a quick call to the Member Services office at 530-587-9400 to make sure your child is listed as a current member. We suggest you check the status of your children before the registration date so any issues can be resolved in advance.

Be on the lookout for the 2014 Summer Fun Guide, coming this spring. Questions? Call the Trout Creek Recreation Center at 530-587-9437. If you would like assistance with the registration process or your online profile, contact Member Services at 530-587-9400.

February 10, 2014


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 until May 23 and the summer program starts May 29. The early bird pricing expires on March 31; after that it will be available at a higher rate until sold out. Shares are delivered to the Trout Creek Recreation Center and will be available for pickup anytime between 2-10 p.m. on Thursdays.

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. Contact Dana with Member Services at 530-582-9656 or via email at dherlihy@tahoedonner.com.

January 8, 2014

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Tahoe Donner Public Utility District Pole Replacement Project

Tahoe Donner Public Utility District Pole Replacement Project

The Truckee Donner Public Utility District (TDPUD) is replacing poles in Tahoe Donner through the end of 2013 for maintenance and to allow for additional equipment on the poles. Work and schedules will be weather dependent. There are two main projects: 1) Starting from Lausanne Way, along the east side of Northwoods Blvd., ending at the Northwoods Clubhouse. 2)  Starting at Alder Creek Rd., along the east side of Fjord Rd., continuing along the southeast side of Northwoods Blvd., continuing along the north side of Slalom Way, ending near the ski area parking lots. There are no anticipated road closures due to this work but, for everyone’s safety, please be aware and cautious when crews are on the road.

October 28, 2013

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Rain or Shine: It's a Tahoe Donner Block Party



“Public Services Together…One Neighborhood at a Time” visits Tahoe Donner

Tahoe Donner residents and homeowners, mark your calendar for Saturday, September 21, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and plan to attend this FREE event to learn about the various programs and services offered by local public agencies.

NOTE: This event will happen rain or shine.

Come to Northwoods Clubhouse and meet local public agency staff and get direct access to programs from:

  • Truckee Donner PUD
  • Truckee Sanitary District
  • Tahoe Forest Health System
  • Truckee River Watershed Council
  • Nevada County
  • Town of Truckee
  • Truckee Police Department
  • California Highway Patrol
  • Truckee Donner Recreation and Park District
  • Truckee Tahoe Airport District
  • Truckee Fire Protection District

Walk away informed with money-saving measures that could improve your home:

  • Pick up FREE light bulbs, blue bags and a new bike helmet for your kids;
  • Feel what it’s like to fly in the Sierra Nevada with the Airport’s flight simulator;
  • Bring old electronics including TVs and computers and recycle them for free; and
  • Learn about rebates available for improving your landscaping, purchasing energy star appliances and switching out that old water guzzling toilet.

There will be a free barbecue lunch, too.  We hope to see you Saturday, September 21, at the Northwoods Clubhouse to take advantage of all the free services and important information that local public agencies have available for you! This program was developed as a collaborative effort to provide our community with better access to important programs and services.  Click here to view a flyer with more details. For more information, call 530-582-3931.

 

August 21, 2013

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Wildlife Best Practices

Management urges all members and guests to respect our wildlife neighbors including bears, mountain lions, bobcats, deer, etc. and protect them as well as your homes and yourself by limiting interaction with them and not unknowingly or knowingly inviting them into your home, garage or decks.  Follow a few key best practices to reducing conflict with the wildlife here in Tahoe Donner:

  1. Keep all garbage, food and other items like laundry detergent, lotions, etc. locked in enclosed containers
  2. Clean out food and food wrappers from cars and secure vehicle and close windows
  3. Secure house at all times and do not leave your garage door open with trash and/or other items available for animals
  4. Keep barbecue grills clean;
  5. Keep bird feeders off decks and inaccessible to bears

For more bear and wildlife awareness information you can visit, Town of Truckee’s Bear Awareness site www.townoftruckee.com/index.aspx?page=1277 and Tahoe Wild Bear Council’s site www.tahoewildbears.org/.

July 3, 2013

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