Powder days, promises made… what else do you drink to? We hope you’ll drink to local nonprofits at the first night of our “Drink to That” series. The event’s first beneficiary is Tahoe Institute for Natural Science (TINS), which works to further natural science research, education and outreach at Lake Tahoe.
Here’s how the night works:
1) You show up on Tuesday, December 13 any time from 5 to 8:30 pm—the sooner the better since pint glasses are limited.
2) You buy an $8 pint glass in which you can fill and refill beer to your heart’s content (all pint glass money goes directly to TINS).
3) You then hang out with you friends, shop for all your holiday gift-giving needs, and test your mettle at a dart throwing competition with prizes from Outdoor Research, Horny Toad, Black Diamond and more.
4) You go home with arms full of holiday gifts, a nice buzz (if you have a DD or can walk home), and a happy heart for supporting such a great cause!
If you haven’t heard about the great things Tahoe Institute for Natural Science is doing, check out the TINS website for more info. With the pint glass proceeds, TINS will be able to continue to fund guided hikes, nature symposiums, school programs, camps, applied research and wildlife monitoring, and will be a step closer in reaching its long-term goal of bringing a world-class interpretive nature center and educational facility to the Tahoe area. We are stoked to drink to that!
We’ll have the store fully stocked for Drink to That to get you through shopping season and all of your winter adventures. Shop avalanche beacons and safety gear, waterproof winter clothes and skis, boots and bindings; special discounts will make the deal even sweeter. We also have stocking stuffers like headlamps, down booties, beanie hats and much more in addition to all the big-ticket ski and snowshoe items that we know everybody wants. Come drink with us for Drink to That!
I’m a 6-year Tahoe resident. Yep, I live the life, with a lake view from my desk, lunch breaks on the beach with my dog, and morning powder runs when the snow’s good. I ski, snowboard, skate ski, and cross-country ski in winter, and hike, mountain bike, backpack, and lay around on Tahoe’s beaches in summer.