November 23, 2005
The Tahoe Tallac Association will present the Valhalla Holiday Gala at 6 p.m. on Saturday.
Celebrate this holiday season in the Valhalla Grand Hall where the halls will be dressed in their holiday best with a magnificent tree, boughs of holly, sparkling white lights and a glowing fire.
This incredible evening includes a sumptuous three-course meal, prepared by the area’s finest restaurants and caterers. There will be a silent auction and dance music for everyone to enjoy. Join us for a night full of friends, fun, and holiday celebration. Music will be provided by Anne Roos and Derek Tarpey Lake DJ.
Tickets are $55 for Tahoe Tallac Association members and $70 for nonmembers. This annual events sells out quickly so make your reservation today. Valhalla is located on the Tallac Historic Site, three miles north of South Lake Tahoe on Highway 89 next to Historic Camp Richardson.
For reservations or further information call (530) 541-4975.
Museum open house Friday
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The Lake Tahoe Historical Society will open the museum for an open house Friday from 1 to 5 p.m. This will precede the holiday lighting festivities at the South Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce.
The museum is located at 3058 Lake Tahoe Blvd., just two doors west of the SLT Chamber of Commerce. It can be easily identified by the Celio butter wagon in front.
For those looking for Lake Tahoe related gifts, the Historical Society has a varied group of books and posters. Some attractive and interesting “coffee table” books have been added to the stock this year and the old favorites are still available.
There will be no admission charge and refreshments will be served. This is an opportunity to visit or revisit the museum and them take in the festivities at the Chamber of Commerce.
Walley’s the site for Sunday party
The Lake Tahoe Gay Lesbian Foundation’s holiday party is all about fun no matter your sexual preference. The festivities will take place from 6 to 10 p.m. Sunday at David Walley’s Hot Springs in Genoa, 2001 Foothill Road.
A scrumptious buffet, wine and music to dance to will be available for $45. If you want something else to drink, bring some cash and the bartender will get it for you. Tickets are available at the Tahoe-Douglas Chamber of Commerce or from a Lake Tahoe Gay Lesbian Foundation board member. Only cash or checks made out to LTGLE (E is for Events) will be accepted. There are a limited number of tickets, so don’t wait too long to purchase one, two or half a dozen.
With Dec. 1 being World AIDS Day, Maxine Alper, guru of our beneficiary Sierra Foothills AIDS Foundation, will speak briefly on this topic that unfortunately is still of relevance today. A portion of each ticket will go directly to LTGLE – the events side of the foundation.
Santa comes to Heavenly Village
Barton Hospital Foundation will sponsor Santa at Heavenly Village from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday at Heavenly Village Shopping Center.
Bring the entire family down to the Heavenly Village for a day of full of holiday fun and cheer. Enjoy activities such as face painting, cookie decorating while visiting with holiday charters and listening to the sounds of Christmas carolers.
Santa will be located on Heavenly Way and pictures will be available for $15 (additional copies are $5). The merchants at Heavenly Village have donated fantastic items for the raffle and tickets will be available for purchase. For more information call the Barton Hospital Foundation at (530) 543-5614.
Lighting of tree Friday at Chamber
The South Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce will host its annual holiday open house Friday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the chamber office, 3066 Lake Tahoe Blvd.
Everyone is invited to join in this festive evening to bring in the holiday season. The evening will begin with caroling and the lighting of the community tree and menorah, followed by sleigh rides in the forest with Santa provided by Borges Sleigh and Carriage Rides. Enjoy holiday cider, hot cocoa and cookies to special holiday music provided by Mobile DJ Baxter. Bring your family, friends and neighbors to this annual community event and welcome in the holiday season.
For more information call (530) 541-5255.
– Provided to the Tribune