There is no doubt that Lake Tahoe has a long and rich history. From the Washoe tribes all the way up to the present day, this regions heritage is something that deserves to be preserved for generations to come. Valhalla Tahoe has played an important role in this preservation for over 30 years, by restoring and maintaining the Heller Estate at the Tallac Historic Site.
Beyond preservation of the various buildings on the Site, Valhalla Tahoe builds and grows community through its mission and services, along with its annual Art, Music and Theatre Festival. It cannot do so without the publics help. Valhalla needs the support of people like you because it is very much a labor of love. From the board to the Festival volunteers, everyone who participates does it because they recognize the historical and cultural importance of the Site and the programming and services provided by Valhalla Tahoe.
The stronger Valhalla gets, the greater the need for ongoing community support to ensure the future of the organization and to increase capacity for the mission.
Please join us in supporting historic restoration and preservation and arts programming at Valhalla Tahoe by becoming a donor today.
Donate to Valhalla Tahoe
Valhalla Tahoe was formed in 1979 (as the Tahoe Tallac Association) as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization with the goal of assisting the Forest Service in restoring the three estates on the Tallac Historic Site and developing the site as a historic center while sponsoring as well as producing the Valhalla Arts & Music Festival held annually on the Heller Estate of the Tallac Historic Site. The site is listed on the National Registry of Historic Sites.
Valhalla Tahoe and the U. S. Forest Service have enhanced and restored a significant heritage area in the Tahoe region. It has also enabled the public to learn about, as well as enjoy, many rich diverse cultural experiences. Valhalla Tahoe annually sponsors the Valhalla Art, Music and Theatre Festival which features events that reflect the art and music of many cultures and historic time frames while enriching the lives of those who attend.Donate
Boathouse Lighting and Technical Upgrades
The Boathouse Theatre was created 15 years ago from one of the original turn of the century boathouses. Sitting right on the lake shore, it provides the setting for a variety of theatrical performances, concerts and special programs. Seating 165, the Boathouse Theatre is a beautiful, intimate space to enjoy a show.
The Boathouse is in need of lighting and technical upgrades. These upgrades are needed for both safety reasons and to enhance the performance enjoyment for our patrons. Your donation goes directly to these upgrades and enhancements. Our goal is to raise $5000 and work on these upgrades in 2015 and 2016. Please donate today!