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A light in the dark: Golden Valley Tahoe School hosts Lantern Walk Festival

Golden Valley Tahoe School gathered in downtown Truckee to spread light to the community from lanterns each student made. The Lantern Walk Festival began with a founding school member, Bonnie River, sharing a story of kindness and light at this time of year when darkness prevails. Lanterns are referenced as “little houses” that protect a single light so that it shines into the darkness. Students walked through town with songs and lanterns.

Golden Valley Tahoe School is a Waldorf charter school. Little Gems Preschool joined in on the festivities. Together the schools are engaging in a food and clothing drive to be donated to a local charity before the Thanksgiving holiday.

Golden Valley Tahoe School gathered in downtown Truckee to spread light to the community from lanterns each student made.
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