The Holidays are upon us and there is a multitude of activities to participate in this season! With all of the snow we received in November, South Lake Tahoe is a fantastic place to cultivate your holiday cheer!
The Heavenly Village will be a center focus for both Christmas and New Yearâ€™s this season, particularly for family entertainment! On December 18th, the Heavenly Ski School presents the first of many Ripperoo Crew Kidsâ€™ Parades!Â Ripperoo leads the kids on a jaunt through the village, with singing, dancing and treats from Seattleâ€™s Best Coffee. Join us every Saturday throughout the season, except Christmas Day, at 4pm.
Join us on Dec 31st for the South Shore Celebration 2010 – Family New Year’s Eve in Heavenly Village! Â This unique event is a MUST for families and kids, starting with a Rail Jam at 2pm and ending at midnight! The party will feature a snowboard simulator, a stilt-walker and magician, face painting, a fire and glow show, adventure videos and live music.Â Stick around for the one-of-a-kind â€œGondola Dropâ€ at 9pm! More info available here.
Mont Bleu is offering several events, including â€œA Holiday Celebrationâ€ presented by Sierra Ballet Company and the beloved â€œNutcrackerâ€, presented by the Reno Dance Company. On Christmas night, Mont Bleu will stir up the Christmas magic with Â â€œMasters of Magic IIâ€, a family-friendly production with Zsa Zsa â€œThe Vegas Talking Dogâ€, Eli Kerr from Americaâ€™s Got Talent, Mark Kornhauser from The Tonight Show, and Tony Clark, as seen at Hollywoodâ€™s Magic Castle. For New Yearâ€™s Eve, theyâ€™ll show why theyâ€™re a leader in late-night entertainment in Tahoe with their NYE Perfection Party, 3 separate parties at one price! Get all the Mont Bleu event details here.
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In the meantime, the Heavenly Street Team is hosting their annual Holiday Food Drive from Dec 6th-17th. Please stop by one of our base lodges to contribute some non-perishable items.Â Just look for the festive bins!
We lookÂ forward to spending the holidays with you, both on and off of the hill!
Powder to the People,
Megan Hammitt ~ Snow Reporter