The Made in Tahoe Festival is full of the happy outdoor, adventure, creative vibe that the Tahoe lifestyle embraces. This two day event takes place in The Village at Squaw Valley and is free for all to enjoy.
There are 3 stages that will host local entertainment throughout the day. From 11am – 7pm on Saturday and 11am – 5pm on Sunday local bands, singers, theatrical and dance performances will fill the Village with lively energy. The Truckee Dance Factory will perform at 1pm each day with their captivating performances that encourage the audience to get moving.
Jewelry, furniture, clothing, artwork, bath & body products, skis, bikes and services will all be represented as part of the more than 100 vendors that will be participating in this year’s event. Pottery from Alanna Huges Pottery (http://www.alannahughes.com/wad0q0jdn6zlz9qz3qadnzh5wwkaz9) is one of my favorites or Hawk & Field jewelry and lotions (https://www.etsy.com/shop/HAWKandFIELD?section_id=20215290). Another local favorite all around is Truckee Love (https://www.truckeelove.com) where you can show your support for the area with a shirt, hat or souvenir. You will find a large selection of one of a kind products all in one place.
Getting hungry yet? Local food vendors will be on hand with tasty treats like dessert or savery crepes from Crepe Hearts (https://www.crepehearts.com), beer from Alibi Ale Works (http://www.alibialeworks.com), pizza and sushi from Starkey’s food truck (http://www.starkeys-tahoe.com) and more. There are also the food choices at Squaw Valley like Fireside Pizza (http://firesidepizza.com) or Mountain Nectar (http://squawalpine.com/events-things-do/mountain-nectarz).
At the base of Squaw looking up at the majestic peaks above, it’s the ideal place to be celebrating Tahoe mountain life and culture.