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22nd Valhalla Holiday Faire 

Photo courtesy Tahoe Daily Tribune

As Christmas nears, so do the festivities! November 17th marks the kick off to the annual 22nd Valhalla Holiday Faire. It will take place from Friday, November 17th through Sunday, November 19th. This three-day event is focused on holiday celebration and crafts! 

Located in The Magnificent Valhalla Grand Hall, you will be dazzled by the festive decorations and lights adorning the hall. You do not want to miss the 24 ft tall Christmas tree that will be the star of the night. 30 vendors and artisans will be in attendance providing a variety of Christmas shopping options all in one place. All items available for purchase are arts and crafts are influenced by the local area or are hand-crafted, ensuring that you grab that perfect unique gift! The children will be excited to know that Santa Claus will be making a visit at the fair. Children and adults alike will be able to sit and visit with Santa to see if they have made it onto the nice list! Festive treats, mulled wine and hot/cold beverages will also be available for purchase.

Photo courtesy haerr.blogspot.com 

"People love coming in and seeing everything so festive. It's such a historic building that we are so fortunate to still have here, and be able to celebrate the holidays in. Even if they don't want to buy anything — just walk around and enjoy the atmosphere and maybe have some hot chocolate," says Valhalla Tahoe site manager Carolyn Grubb.

The South Lake Tahoe Children's Choral Society will be performing carols providing a warm and inviting atmosphere while you mingle and browse each station. 

Those are on the daring side will be happy to know that raffle tickets will be available for purchase with prizes donated by our participating vendors. Photo courtesy haerr.blogspot.com 

Photo courtesy haerr.blogspot.com 

This event free for all ages. Please see the dates and times below.

Friday, November 17th:  4:00 - 8:30 pm

Saturday, November 18th: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Sunday, November 19th:  10:00 am - 4:00 pm

For more details please visit the Valhalla website.