Sierra Cinemas celebrates Christmas with Grinch and ‘Passenger’ |

Sierra Cinemas celebrates Christmas with Grinch and ‘Passenger’

Lake Tahoe Action
"Passenger" is one of two films showing at The Crossing at Tahoe Valley on Saturday, Dec. 23.
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If you go ...

What: Sierra Cinemas #7

When: Saturday, Dec. 23, 5 p.m.

Where: Lake Tahoe AleWorX

Tickets: Free


The weekly movie screenings hosted by Lake Tahoe AleWorX, FNCTN and Sierra-at-Tahoe enters its seventh installment on Saturday, Dec. 23, with a double feature.

Beginning at 5 p.m., guests of all ages are invited to the common area patio found at The Crossing at Tahoe Valley for a viewing of “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” and Legs of Steel’s ski film “Passenger.”

“Two years in the making, the Legs of Steel crew and Red Bull Media House team up to bring you a freeski masterpiece! A cinematic journey that spans four continents, the film aims to reveal the endless spectrum of emotions and experiences from each location,” states the online “Passenger” description.

“With the help of Old Man Winter himself, a story is woven through the twists and turns of a season, shedding light on how it feels to be a constant passenger.”

Of course, most are familiar with Dr. Seuss’ tale of the grumpy Grinch who wreaks havoc on the town of Whoville during the Christmas season.

Bring blankets and chairs to stay warm and comfortable during the outdoor screenings, which are scheduled to last until approximately 10 p.m.

All Sierra Cinemas events are free to attend and open to all ages. Visit Lake Tahoe AleWorX on Facebook (@laketahoealeworx) to learn more about the series.

The Crossing at Tahoe Valley is located at 2012 Lake Tahoe Blvd.

— Lake Tahoe Action

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