John Muir: Watch, Pray & Fight
Date & TimeWed. June 26th, 2019 in the Grand Hall
John Muir, Watch, Pray and Fight is a one-man show starring Mark Raddatz as the legendary mountaineer, naturalist and founder of the Sierra Club. More than a year in preparation, this unique piece has been presented to enthusiastic audiences across the country for the last 18 years. The special quality of John Muir, Watch, Pray and Fight rises from the fact that Raddatz has composed his script entirely from Muir’s own words. Not a biographical essay or paraphrase of an animal story, this is Muir as he would have appeared and spoken to an audience in his own time.
Gina's Children's Art Camps
Date & TimeWeek 1: Mon., July, 8-12
Possible Afternoon Class
Week 2: Mon., July 15-19 9am-12pm
Possible Afternoon Class
VALHALLA ART CAMPS
WEEK ONE: Flora, Fauna and BUGS!
WEEK TWO: Landscapes, Birds and Mountain Wildlife
Please call Gina at
(530) 318-3639 to register.
Tahoe iMPRoV Players
Date & TimeTues., June 25
Tues., July 2
Tues., July 16
Tues., July 30
The Tahoe iMPRoV Players turn audience suggestions into hilarious scenes made up on the spot. Their improv journey began as ComedySportz of Lake Tahoe in 1994. Three years later they evolved into the Tahoe iMPRoV players. Celebrating their 26th year at the lake, the Tahoe Improv Players bring their best to Valhalla. Tahoe’s best value in entertainment for the whole family. They make stuff up, you laugh…it’s simple!
Wa She Shu It’ Deh Native American Arts Festival
Date & TimeJuly 27th-28th, 2019
Join the Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California for the 29th Annual Wa She Shu It’Deh Arts Festival. Enjoy a fun-filled day of cultural events ranging from a Washoe basket competition to traditional dancing, music, stories, plays, basketry and clothing, plus traditional games. This year’s theme is “reclaiming our stewardship practices [of the land].” This theme emphasizes the impacts of climate change as a threat to the Washoe Tribe’s cultural traditions. The Washoe Tribe spent their summers in Lake Tahoe for thousands of years, and this is the one weekend each year they share their history, food and customs with the public. The Washoe people feel it is their responsibility to educate the surrounding communities about the importance of taking proactive steps to protect the natural beauty of Tahoe and the surrounding area. As original stewards the Washoe people have always “left no trace”.
Tahoe Arts Alliance presents Will’s Kids for the Arts – A FREE South Shore Children’s Art Fair
Date & TimeFriday, Aug. 2, 2019
Now in its fourth year, Will’s Kids for the Arts is a FREE art fair for children on the South Shore, featuring arts and crafts booths and a performance by Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival’s D.G. Menchetti Young Shakespeare Program. This hour-long performance transforms the main
stage Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival production into a fun and interactive version appropriate for children of all ages. The whole family can enjoy a creative day at the stunning Valhalla Tahoe Estate. Food and drinks will also be available for purchase.
Will’s Kids for the Arts brings together Lake Tahoe non-profit service organizations with local arts organizations to expose local youth to the arts and allow them to discover the joy of self-expression while promoting arts education on the South Shore. This event is free and open to the public, though reservations for the performance are requested.
Gatsby Afternoon Garden Party, Tea and Vintage Fashion Show on Grand Lawn
Date & TimeSunday, August 11th 2019
The Gatsby Festival is a two-day event at the Tallac Historic Site held each year the second weekend in August. Throughout the weekend a variety of activities take place on the Pope and Baldwin Estates—vintage car shows, musicians, children’s games from the 1920’s, vendors of period clothing, jewelry and other items. Food and fun will be plentiful! Feel free to come in costume and spend the day!
Word Wave -One-Act Play Competition
Date & TimeSeptember 13, 2019
The WordWave Lake Tahoe One-Act Play Competition is an annual event held on the shore of South Lake Tahoe at the Tallac Historic Site in the Valhalla Boathouse. An offspring of the WordWave Festival of Story, established in 2015, this exciting competition showcases the best of new one-act plays and brings them to life at the historic Boathouse Theatre. Each year, WordWave debuts new plays at the lake. We aim to delight and inspire, and hope that you’ll join us for an electrifying evening of talent!
23rd Annual Valhalla Holiday Faire
Date & TimeNovember 22-24, 2019
Fri 4:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Sat 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sun 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
This event is FREE! Join us in the Valhalla Grand Hall for this annual, three day holiday celebration and craft fair! Check out more than 30 local vendors, enjoy holiday music and goodies! Bring the little ones down to get pictures with Mr. & Mrs. Claus in front of a roaring fire!