On May 28-29 it’s time to view, admire, and talk up things Made in Tahoe. The venue is the Village at Squaw Valley. As this annual festival rolls around again, here’s what you need to do to plan out your time…
This is a lot about Truckee; about “all things LOCAL”. What’s been made, created, or perfected? Local Tahoe-Truckee talent! You will get to see the works of our best artisans and craftspeople, of businesses, of chefs, of organizations, and of entertainers. You’ve probably experienced some of the end results, the fruits, of these talented people and organizations before; perhaps at the place they normally do business. This festival is a gala. It’s free, outdoors, and family friendly. But in case you need to quench your thirst, it also features wine to sip on (as well as food to munch on). For those of you interested, the weekend will also kick off the opening of the Aerial Tram for this season. The Tram, by the way, is one of our most popular attractions.
The festival runs each of the two days from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Check out their Facebook event page plus Squaw Valley’s site can be found here. In addition, the Tahoe Daily Tribune has a decent article about the 2015 outing. According to the Tribune, last year over 60 local vendors offered up their art, music, workshops, and food at this event.
This list was accurate at the time of publication; please check directly with the venue(s) to ensure dates, times, and locations remain the same.