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Lake Tahoe is not called heaven not only because of its abundance in nature s wonders but more importantly, because of its rich tradition that is dedicated to the arts, culture, music, drama and other works of art. Not only popular for being one of most beautiful locations on earth, this place has a special event for your every whim and mood.

Lake Tahoe Festival of Fine Arts

This festival serves as a venue for fine artists, food booths, community agency information, children's art projects, and fun for the entire family. On top of that, the Festival of Fine Arts works for a cause. It benefits the Tahoe Arts Project, a special non-profit organization that caters to 8,000 students of performing and visual arts in South Lake Tahoe .

Great Gatsby Festival

Imagine this: antique cars, vintage clothes, entertainment, children's games, contests, ice cream, croquet, and BBQ specialties, all rolled together in one event where admission is free!

That s the Great Gatsby Festival , which is more popularly known for its Great Gatsby Tea that is usually served on Sundays.

Lake Tahoe Chautauqua

According to Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary, Chautauqua is an institution that flourished in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, providing popular education combined with entertainment in the form of lectures, concerts, and plays and often presented outdoors or in a tent. In addition, no less than Theodore Roosevelt himself described it as "the most American thing in America."

In Lake Tahoe , Chautauqua involves actors and audiences dressed in period costumes, with questions fired to the actor from whence they will respond according to their character and the era in which that character lived. The audience is given the chance to meet each scholar after the show to ask further queries about the portrayed character. It is enjoyed by people of all ages and has been celebrated for over 125 years now. The Lake Tahoe Chautauqua is largely known as a family entertainment and an educational experience at the same time for over 125 years now.


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