New Year’s Eve Events
Northstar-at-Tahoe hosts many eventsThe Alpine Bar located in the Village is the party scene for adults age 21 or older. Party-goers can dance to live music performed by Something Else, fill up on appetizers, enjoy a complimentary glass of champagne and mingle with friends and family. The cost to attend is $15. The Alpine Bar party is from 9:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.Teens and young adults can ring in the New Year at parties of their own.Polaris Park will be open from 4 to 10 p.m. and will feature snow toys, music, refreshments, a lighted halfpipe and a free fireworks show at 9 p.m.From 5 to 7 p.m., the Northstar Property Owners Association will sponsor a holiday bingo party at the Swim and Racquet Club located near the Village. The cost for admission is $10 and will feature games and refreshments.Minors’ Camp, Northstar’s licensed child care facility, will be open New Year’s Eve for children ages 5 to 10 from 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. The cost is $25 per child and includes snacks, entertainment, games and prizes. Reservations must be made by Dec. 28 at 4:30 p.m. The Minors’ Camp party is subject to cancellation based on reservations. For more information, call 562-2278.Northstar encourages guests to use the resort’s on-site transportation system on New Year’s Eve. The Dial-a-Bus shuttle bus will operate until 2 a.m. for guests lodging at Northstar. Transportation can be arranged by calling 562-2257.Resort hosts party, teen galaThe Resort at Squaw Creek will offer “Gala Under the Stars” in the Grand Ballroom this New Year’s Eve.The evening begins with a buffet dinner at 7:30 p.m. featuring a feast and hosted bar with complementary wine service.Live entertainment will be provided by the Temporary Heroes Orchestra, which will play R & B favorites, big band classics and Motown hits from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Tickets are $225 per person and include a champagne toast at midnight and party favors. Seating is limited. Call 583-6686 for reservations.There will be two parties for guests under 21 years old. The New Year’s Teen Gala is for ages 11 to 20 in the Squaw Peak Ballroom from 7:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Kids will munch on pizza, pasta, fruit salad, chips, ice cream sundaes and sodas and dance to a live DJ playing today’s music hits throughout the evening. Tickets are $75 and reservations are required, Call 583-6686.Night skiing, party at SquawFor skiers and snowboarders, the New Year’s Eve revelry begins on the mountain with night skiing and snowboarding on the 3.2-mile Mountain Run from 4 to 9 p.m.The heated Cable Car provides access to the night terrain and all-day and afternoon lift tickets include free night skiing. At High Camp, guests also enjoy appetizers, dinner and drinks, as well as ice skating until 9 p.m.In Squaw Valley’s Base Village there will be an evening with celebrations to entertain guests of all ages. After a few runs under the night lights, guests can enjoy appetizers or dinner at Salsa, Gordon Biersch, Le Chamois and the Loft Bar. Adults over 21 can dance the night away to the music of two live bands in the Olympic House starting at 9 p.m. and DJs Robio and Christo will be spinning their favorite house music in the PlumpJack Millennium Lounge.For more information on any festivities and activities, including times and prices, call 583-6985 or visit http://www.squaw.com.Party at the Tahoe BiltmoreThe Tahoe Biltmore Lodge & Casino is hosting a special New Year’s Eve Party. The party will feature singer Cami Thompson and the 18-piece Tony Savage Orchestra. In addition to live entertainment, tickets include a four-entree gourmet buffet, open bar, wines from the Napa Valley Winery of Robert Mondavi, Gloria Ferrer 1992 Royal Cuvee Champagne for ringing in the New Year, as well as access to private gaming tables.Cami Thompson, a resident of Reno has performed at a number of cabarets, nightclubs and theaters all over the world including Holland’s North Sea Jazz Festival, France’s Juan Les Pins Festival du Jazz, Sun Valley Swing Festival and the Sacramento Jazz Festival. Thompson is best known for her classically trained voice and four-plus octave range. She has produced three albums and performed in many musicals including “Mame,” “Showboat” and “Annie Get Your Gun.”Tickers are $99 per person and tickets are limited. To purchase New Year’s Eve tickets, contact the Tahoe Biltmore at (800) 245-8667. For party details, visit the Web site at http://www.tahoebiltmore.com.
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