Preserving Tahoe's History

Lake Tahoe History Museum  530.541.5458

Tuskegee Airmen History

Saturday, April 14th, 2 pm, at the South Lake Tahoe Library, 1000 Rufas Allen Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, CA, a partnership with Friends of the Library. Come meet the direct descendants of original Tuskegee Airmen and hear their personal stories, plus historical facts about the famed “Red Tails,” the first African-American fighter pilots of World War II. Learn about American history that you won’t find in a history book. See real World War II artifacts pertaining to the famed 99th and 332nd Red Tail Squadrons! See and hear real combat footage and video of some of the original airmen. Memorabilia will be available for purchase in support of the Tuskegee Airmen Heritage Chapter’s scholarship program and educational assistance fund. This is one history lesson you won't want to miss. Excitedly presented by the Friends of the Library, in partnership with the Lake Tahoe Historical Society. Free and open to all.

Fireside Chat: Future of the Stewart Indian School

Tuesday, April 10th, 7 pm, at historic Camp Richardson, 1900 Jameson Beach Road, South Lake Tahoe, CA. Join the Lake Tahoe Historical Society with speaker Sherry L. Rupert, Executive Director of the State of Nevada Indian Commission, for a narration of the past and future of the Stewart Indian School established in 1890. For more information call the History Museum at (530)-541-5458 or email 

Free for members and $3 for nonmembers.