Big Day of Giving 2022

Big Day of Giving 2022

The Sacramento Region Community Foundation’s Big Day of Giving has commenced, with the final 24-hour annual giving challenge BIG DAY on Thursday May 5, 2022. Give back to the local community by making a donation to be a part of building a place to preserve the history...
Celebrating the Winter Games

Celebrating the Winter Games

Together with the SNOW Sports Museum, our Partner Grand Pacific Resorts created an amazing booklet to share stories, facts, and images about the legends of Olympic Valley, past and present. From the original 1960 Downhill run and the GS Bowl to Julia’s Gold and...
The Squaw Valley Olympic Flame Will Burn in Beijing

The Squaw Valley Olympic Flame Will Burn in Beijing

Photograph: Starr Walton-Hurley carries Olympic Torch in Squaw Valley. In 1960, SNOW Sports Museum Athlete Ambassador, Starr Walton-Hurley, was one of the Olympic Torch bearers at the Winter Games in Squaw Valley. In fact, she carried the torch through the valley to...
Wake Up. Fuel Up. Level Up.

Wake Up. Fuel Up. Level Up.

The Sunrise Sierra Summit Maple Pear Quinoa Topped with Toasted Oats   Patty Mastracco happens to be a world-class chef and cookbook author who makes frequent appearances on TV show cooking segments to impart her mouth-watering recipes with the world. On Friday,...
2021 Anniversary Celebration: Weatherman Irving Krick

2021 Anniversary Celebration: Weatherman Irving Krick

Photograph: Olympic Winter Games 1960 – Figure skater Sjoukje Dijkstra of The Netherlands completes her free skating program and wins silver. Photo (c) Bill Briner, used by permission. All Rights Reserved. Join along in our 1960 Winter Games historical trivia...