Tahoe Arts and Mountain Culture
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Victorian Ladies, Their Manners and Morals Nov 13 at Camp Richardson

Posted on November 1, 2012
Filed Under South Tahoe Events

On Tuesday, November 13th, the Lake Tahoe Historical Society will present Paulette Grune who will give a costumed presentation of “Victorian Ladies, Their Manners and Morals,” at 7pm in the Lodge at Camp Richardson. No charge – all are welcome!

It’s free and refreshments will be served.

This program has been highly praised by a gentleman member of the Historical Society, so all members will appreciate this unique peek into the past.

The Lodge at Camp Richardson is located on  Emerald Bay Road/Highway 89 (2 miles north of the Y in South Lake Tahoe).

Also, mark your calendar for Friday, December 7th for the Annual Tree Lighting at the South Lake Tahoe Visitor’s Center.  The Lake Tahoe Historical Society Musem will be open from noon-8pm on Friday and 11-3 on Saturday and Sunday for the Annual Holiday Fair. Visit the shop for gifts, cards and a large selection of books for the entire family. FREE – refreshments will be served and the 1930s cabin will be decorated and open for the holidays!

Lake Tahoe Historical Society Musem
3058 Lake Tahoe Blvd. in South Lake Tahoe


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