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Barton Health Festival of Trees and Lights Gala gets formal at MontBleu

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Dreu Murin hosts the Festival of Trees and Lights Gala in 2014.
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What: Barton Health Festival of Trees and Lights Gala

When: 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 5

Where: MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa

Tickets: $200

Info: http://www.festivaloftreeslaketahoe.org

A DJ, dancing, a five-course dinner and live and silent auctions will be part of the signature event of Barton Health’s Festival of Trees and Lights.

The festival’s gala takes place Saturday evening at MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa and also includes a signature cocktail, Blue Linen. The drink, created by Riva Grill bartender Erick Martinez, won Barton Foundation’s Signature Cocktail Contest in September and combines Tahoe Blue Vodka with lavender, mint, cucumber and St. Germain.

Funds raised at the gala will go to expanding medical services and community programs for Barton Hospital’s Level III Trauma Center.

Reservations to the formal, black tie-optional event are required. Individual admission is $200 per person, and patron tables of 10 are available for $2,300. The event typically sells out.

Call 530-543-5614 for reservations, or book online at http://www.festivaloftreeslaketahoe.org.

MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa is located at 55 U.S. Highway 50 in Stateline.

Additional events included in the Festival of Trees and Lights take place throughout the weekend.

More information, including a full schedule, is available at http://www.festivaloftreeslaketahoe.org.


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