Heavenly Mountain Resort kicks off Heavenly Holidays
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What: Heavenly Holidays
When: Monday, Dec. 19, through Saturday, Dec. 31
Where: Heavenly Village
Tickets: Price varies
At Heavenly Village, the latter half of December is going to be an exciting time filled with festive activities you won’t want to miss after your day on the mountain resort’s slopes.
From live music to fireworks, après-ski parties and a New Year’s Eve celebration, you’ll want to swing by the venue between Monday, Dec. 19, and Saturday, Dec. 31, for a good time.
“Celebrate the season at Heavenly Holidays, our two-week festival in the Heavenly Village — featuring ice sculptors, carolers and a 16-foot interactive snow globe where kids can get their photos taken with Santa,” states the Heavenly Mountain Resort website.
Santa’s Snow Globe is set up on Dec. 19-24, from 2-7 p.m. daily.
Beginning Dec. 20 and lasting an entire week, Heavenly’s newest après-ski activity, Tamarack Live, returns to Tamarack Lodge with half-priced drinks and live music beginning at 3:30 p.m.
A day later, the party transforms to Unbuckle, the resort’s M-rated après event featuring half-priced drinks, food specials and Heavenly Angel dancers. This party takes place from Dec. 28-31.
New Year’s Eve marks a special time for the village. From 6-9 p.m. enjoy a family-friendly party that features a live band, ice-sculpting show and fireworks — among other festivities.
View the entire schedule on Heavenly’s website.
For additional information about Heavenly Holidays, visit http://www.skiheavenly.com.
Heavenly Village is located at 1001 Heavenly Village Way in South Lake Tahoe.
— Lake Tahoe Action
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