Saturday, December 14
Genoa’s “Cowboy Christmas”
Concert is from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Historic Genoa Town Hall at 2289 Main Street, Featuring Mary Kaye.CLICK HERE for more details.
Tickets for the Cowboy Christmas are $20. Children’s tickets are $15 (12 years and under).
Sponsored by FOG:
CHILI and BAKED POTATOES
with all the trimmings!
Dinner tickets: $15 for Adults, $10 for Children (12 years and under). Doors open at 5 p.m. Dinner hosted by Friends of Genoa. (Proceeds will benefit Genoa’s free summer concert series: Concert On The Green.)
Tickets are on sale at the Genoa Town Office. For more details and to purchase tickets, please call (775) 782-8696.
Join us for the 27th Annual Channel 2 News Share Your Christmas Drive-By Food Drive! We are collecting non-perishable foods and funds at CVI to benefit Douglas County residents. There will be music, emergency vehicles, service men and women, a blood drive, and SANTA! This is a fun, family friendly event with volunteer opportunities and tons of community generosity.
Saturday, December 7 — THREE breakfast seatings
Breakfast with Santa on Saturday from 8:30 a.m., 9:40 a.m. and 10:50 a.m.
Santa will be visiting with children and their families throughout the morning. Be sure to bring your camera!
Breakfast will consist of fluffy pancakes with syrup, sausage, orange juice and coffee. Tickets are $5 per person, children 4 years and under are free! Breakfast with Santa will be held in the Genoa Town Hall located at 2287 Main Street. For details or to purchase tickets, contact the Genoa Town Office, (775) 782-8696 or stop by the office located at 2289 Main Street. Seating is limited!
Download the Flyer for Breakfast with Santa, when available, from the Christmas In Genoa page
Christmas Holidays in Genoa. Christmas Caroling-meet at the Genoa Community Church @5:30p.m Genoa Tree Lighting-Follow the carolers to the corner of Main Street and Genoa Lane to see the light at 6:30p.m Cookies and hot cocoa-After the liglhts are lit, warm up with holiday revelers, with holiday refreshments and a visit with Genoa residents and friends.
Friday, December 6
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS IN GENOA — Download the Flyer when available.
Christmas Caroling — Meet at the Genoa Community Church, 5:30 p.m.
Genoa Tree Lighting — Follow the carolers to the corner of Main Street and Genoa Lane to see the light at 6:30 p.m.
Cookies & Hot Cocoa— After the lights are lit, warm up with holiday revelers with holiday refreshments and a visit with Genoa residents and friends.
Visit our Christmas In Genoa page for more details.
5th Annual New Year’s Eve Candlelight Labyrinth Walk
The community is invited to Main Street Gardnerville’s 5th Annual New Year’s Eve Candlelight Labyrinth Walk on December 31, 2019. Luminaries will light the way as you enjoy this newest tradition in the Carson Valley. “Walk out the Old Year and Welcome the New Year” during this family friendly event on New Year’s Eve. Come any time between 6 and 9 pm.
Why walk a Labyrinth on New Year’s Eve? It’s a time to create hopeful tomorrows. Labyrinths are used throughout the world as a way to quiet the mind, recover a balance in life, to meditate, gain insight, reduce stress, to create and celebrate.
The Labyrinth, located at Heritage Park Gardens, at 1461 Ezell Street, is a project of Main Street Gardnerville in cooperation with the Town of Gardnerville. Contact Main Street Gardnerville for more information at Info@MainStreetGardnerville.org or 775-782-8027.
Come enjoy this new movie watching experience on the water.
Cost is $2.00 entrance fee + $1.00 for tube or bring your own flotation device. Pizza and snack bar available.
Flick N’ Floats 6-8 pm
October 18th, November 15th, December 20th
The Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce’s 24th Annual Parade of Lights is Saturday, December 7th. Join in for this fun and beautiful family friendly event! The Towns of Gardnerville and Minden, along with Main Street Gardnerville, will come together to support this event. The announcing stand and parade judges will be located at the Carson Valley Museum and Cultural Center, and the Douglas County Historical Society has a fun-filled day planned for you as well. The parade runs from Heritage Park in Gardnerville, down Hwy. 395 to Minden Park.
This Year’s Theme is: “Favorite Holiday Movie”
Friday, December 6th ~ Gazebo Lighting
Event kicks off @ 5 pm with music from the DHS Jazz Band & Fire Pits with S’mores. Kids who bring a canned food item or a donation for the Carson Valley Food Closet receive a goodie bag and a chance to help Santa light the Gazebo! Santa arrives at 6 pm to light the Gazebo! A free dance performance and much more!
Saturday December 7th ~ Parade of Lights
Craft Faire in the CVIC Hall from 10 am-8 pm. Music and holiday cheer starting in downtown Minden @ 5:00 pm. The 23rd Annual Parade of Lights ends in Minden Park.
Thursday, December 5, 2019 @ 5:30 pm at Heritage Park Pavilion
Come early and enjoy horse drawn carriage rides around the park, beginning at 4:00 pm; Entertainment and treats beginning at 5:30 pm; Lighting of the Town Christmas Tree; Lighting of the Heritage Park Pavilion; The Sierra Ringers (weather permitting); All About Dance kids; Joyful Noise Children’s Choir; Christmas Carolers; Musical Lights Show AND Fireworks (weather permitting)!!!
Dutch oven cobblers, hot cocoa & spiced cider provided by the Town of Gardnerville and popcorn provided by the Gardnerville Water Co.
For more information contact the Town of Gardnerville at (775) 782-7134