Living History Program: George Whittell

This Event has no scheduled dates at this time. It last occurred on Saturday, January 29, 2022.
Wylder Hotel Hope Valley, Living History Program: George Whittell
Event Description: 

Wylder Hotel Hope Valley continues its interpretive programs on Eastern Sierra history with a living history/Chautauqua style presentation on one of Lake Tahoe’s most colorful characters, George Whittell, the “Accidental Conservationist.” Historian David Woodruff takes on the character of one of the wealthiest men in the United States, who kept an African lion for a pet, built one of the most beautiful pleasure craft to navigate Lake Tahoe and unintentionally conserved a large portion of Lake Tahoe lands for the public to enjoy today. The 50-minute program is free, open to the public and will be held inside the Resort’s heated tent.

Call (760) 920-8061 for information.

Free and open to the public
Age limit: 
All ages

Where is the event?

Wylder Hotel Hope Valley (See address and directions on the rightbelow)