Events at Olympic Valley Chapel
From Family Gatherings to Celebrations of Life
We host events from 20 to 100 people. Our backyard is a lovely site for graduations, family gatherings, celebrations of life, music festivals, family BBQs, and whatever you might have in mind.
We have a full-service kitchen and an inside Lodge Room that can host up to 40 seated at tables.
We would love to help you plan your next event.
The Fire Ball, Wednesday, October 4th: Community members will gather at the Chapel for a fundraiser from 6pm to 10pm to benefit the Olympic Valley Firefighters Association. The evening will include dinner, live music, and a silent auction.
Please contact Miles at (510) 410-0620 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like additional information, or are interested in attending.
In case you missed it!
Olympic Valley Chapel came alive with Beethoven - standing room only - on June 17th, with the inaugural concert of Tahoe Music Alive. Read all about it in Sierra Sun here. See photos from the event below (courtesy Michael Kennedy).
Also, local singer/song-writer Tuck Wilson performed in front of enthusiastic crowds on two Saturdays in July with musical programs entitled "The 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature: Why Bob Dylan?" and “Where Do These Songs Come From?”
Tahoe Music Alive returned to the Chapel on September 22nd for a chamber music performance featuring one of the Bay Area's most prominent musical "power couples", Isaac Pastor-Chermak and Allison Lee performing Beethoven and Brahms sonatas for cello and piano.