With so many things going on at this year’s annual Lake Tahoe Festival of Trees and Lights, it difficult to find a starting point. The event kicks off the weekend of at December 2nd, 2011 at The Montbleu Resort and Casino with an exclusive ‘Senior Stroll’. This allows for those attendees over the age of 55 to view the exhibition free of charge! General admission of the 60+ professional decorated trees and other holiday assortments is scheduled from 10am until 2pm, all three days of the festival. The always popular ‘Teddy Bear Breakfast’ is a perfect way to invite children to experience in the magic of the Christmas spirit. The ‘Polar Express’ shuttle ride also is a fun way for young visitors and their families to participate in the excitement. Photos with Santa, Silent Auctions, Awards, and Live Entertainment are just a few of the wonderful activities going on at this year’s Festival of Trees and Lights. Saturday evening is capped off by the already sold out black tie affair, ‘Gala Dinner’ featuring a 4 course meal, live music, and a prize winning signature cocktail ‘Winter Skyy’ created by local cuisine “Blue Water Bistro”. Best of all, the proceeds from this event go directly to Barton Hospital’s Community Clinic fund, providing exceptional health care for all citizens of the community. Don’t miss out on a wonderful opportunity to experience the bliss of holiday giving through this joyous community event. Visit the official website for more information.