Made In Tahoe Festival bringing two days of fun to Squaw Valley
May 27, 2016
OLYMPIC VALLEY, Calif. — The 4th Annual Made In Tahoe Festival returns to the Village at Squaw Valley for Memorial Day Weekend on Saturday-Sunday, May 28-29.
This one-of-a-kind event celebrates all things local and hosts a wide array of offerings that are made in or inspired by the Lake Tahoe Basin and Truckee areas.
Local artisans, businesses, culinarians, organizations and entertainers will come together to celebrate all things Made in Tahoe including music, food, art, clothing and more.
"We're excited to once again host this amazing event that brings together talented and inspiring individuals to celebrate what the Tahoe region has to offer" said Caroline Ross, executive director for the Squaw Village Neighborhood Company. "Made in Tahoe is a wonderful opportunity for the local community to engage with each other and also for our guests to experience a unique Tahoe gathering."
New this year, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows' MTN ROOTS food truck will host the first annual Made in Tahoe Community Farm 2 Table Dinner, a five course family style dinner featuring local chefs and produce benefiting the Squaw Valley Institute and Tahoe Food Hub.
The dinner, also presented by Squaw Valley Institute, will take place Saturday at 6:30 p.m. on the KT Sun Deck.
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Featured chefs include; Elsa Corrigan, Mamasake Executive Chef; Jack Connell, PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn Executive Chef; Tiffany Swan, Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows Executive Chef; Michael Garcia, Rocker at Squaw Head Chef; and a surprise local celebrity chef.
Made In Tahoe Festival attendees can also explore over 70 vendor booths and enjoy performances by Tahoe Flow Artists, Truckee Dance Factory and Tahoe Truckee School of Music students, along with live music from local bands, and more throughout the weekend.
Festivities take place between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Visit squawvalleyinstitute.org to purchase Farm 2 Table tickets; visit squawalpine.com to learn more.
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