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North Tahoe Event Center Recreation Classes

The North Tahoe Event Center is owned and operated by the North Tahoe Public Utility District. This lakefront facility in the heart of Kings Beach offers wedding, meeting, conference, and event space for up to 350 guests. In addition, the Event Center also hosts many local events and fundraisers.

The North Tahoe Event Center is also the home of many recreation classes within our District including:


  • Jazzercise combines elements of easy to follow jazz dance moves, strength training, pilates, yoga, kickboxing and more for a total body workout for people of every age and fitness level.
  • Monday - Saturday - 8:45 - 10:00 AM, Tuesday/Thursday - 5:30 - 6:30 PM
  • Call Ginny for more information (530) 546.7745.


Yoga is offered at the North Tahoe Event Center on Tuesday mornings and evenings.  Please contact the instructor with any questions.  The Kings Beach Kula Facebook page is a place to check for updated information on yoga classes held at the North Tahoe Event Center. 

Yoga with Helen: Helen specializes in creating a relaxed, open-hearted environment where anyone who wants to do yoga, yet feels they’re not a ‘yogi’ can find their own rhythm and meet their own needs. Her advice is to feel your fear and do it anyway! Whether it’s physical, emotional or psychological Helen will support you to listen to the needs of your body, mind, and soul.  Please contact Ellen at 530-412-2016 with any questions.

Emily Ramey will also be filling in and teaching some classes.  

Tuesday at 9-10:15 AM: Morning Flow – Working with the breath to bring balance to our day.  Expect gentle asana with sun salutations, leading to deeper flow.

Tuesday at 5:45-7:15 PM: Intentional Kula – “Community, clan, or tribe of the heart.”  Bringing our intention to the mat to build our practice and community.   Expect all-levels asana with focus on alignment. 

Cost is $12 per class.  Bring a friend to your first class and it's 2 for 1.  

Instructor needed for MORE YOGA Classes!  Contact the NTEC for more information.  


Hello Zumba Enthusiasts! I'm Beth! I've been a ZIN™ Member since Jul 2018 and I absolutely love teaching Zumba classes. The reason is simple: Every class feels like a party! I am currently licensed to teach Zumba. Come join me, I guarantee you will have a blast!  More information available on Beth's website.   Or, follow her on Instagram at @zumba_queen_b

Tuesday at 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Cost is $10 per class



All classes listed above are available for drop-in unless otherwise noted.  The North Tahoe Public Utility District is always looking for experts to teach classes of any kind at the North Tahoe Event Center. Contact us if you are interested.

Visit the North Tahoe Event Center website >


North Tahoe Community Garden

The Community Garden is looking for volunteers that are interested in taking the next steps to get it back up and running.  This past year the fences were repaired, new irrigation installed and some boxes built.  Please visit our Contact page and let us know if you are interested in participating.  


Boys and Girls Club of North Lake Tahoe

The North Tahoe Public Utility District provides funding to the Boys and Girls Club of North Lake Tahoe (BGCNLT) which allows the BGCNLT to provide recreation program for youth in the community as well as to leverage other grant funding. The annual grant from the NTPUD is approximately $115,000 and funds sports and leagues, after school recreation programs, Summer at the Club, Day Camp, Teen Day Camp, special camps, recreational family events and additional recreational events through other Club partners.

Click here to visit the Club's website and find out more! 


Outdoor Adventures in North Tahoe

Explore all that North Tahoe has to offer! From equipment rentals to guided trips to custom-tailored adventures, our outdoor adventure concessionaire companies will show you how to play like a local. Learn more about outdoor adventures in North Tahoe.