New poster marks 25 years of The Great Gatsby Festival |

New poster marks 25 years of The Great Gatsby Festival

Darcie Park / Provided to the TribuneDarcie Park / Provided to the Tribune

The Great Gatsby Festival has unveiled this year’s poster by artist Darcie Park. The poster shows summer activities circa 1930 at the Tallac Historic Site at Lake Tahoe.

The posters are signed and numbered by the artist and are available in the Baldwin Museum on site.

The Great Gatsby Festival is set for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Aug. 14-15. The event is free and features volunteers in costumes, cars from the era, vintage games for children, clothing and jewelry merchants, and food and drink for sale.

Parking, site entry, kids games and musical entertainment are all free.

The Tallac Historic Site in on Highway 89.

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