White Pines Laser Light Show and More November 25th

Friday, November 25, 2022

Opening Day in Bear Valley – The mountain will be open on weekends only until December 17, 2022.  Cross country skiing at the Bear Valley Adventure Company is open now but always check their hours and conditions before traveling.

Join the Arnold & White Pines communities as they light up the sky with a spectacular laser light show over White Pines Lake! Nu-Salt Laser is an international Laser Light Company that puts on a spectacular show. There will be food vendors in the Moose and beach parking lot starting at 6:30pm. Santa and Mrs. Claus will be wandering the park and on the beach to greet the children. There will be music before the event. The show will start at 8:00 pm and end at 8:30pm. Dress warm it is very cold on the water at the lake. No Alcohol is permitted. This is a family-friendly event. Please consider donating to the White Pines Park Committee at They are non-profit organization with Community volunteers.

The 17th annual lighting of the Avery Christmas Tree – Refreshments (Coffee/Hot Chocolate and Cookies) served starting at 5:30 pm on Friday, November 25, 2022, with the Lighting of the Christmas Tree at 6:00 PM. Please bring cookies to share with your friends and neighbors!

Murphys Irish Pub Drag Show from 6-9pm – Who doesn’t love a drag show!? Beautiful and talented ladies performing at our very own Murphys Irish Pub. See you there! This a free event sponsored by Central Valley LGBTQ+ Collective.

Music on the Roof Top at Boyle-McDonald – Enjoy awesome wines and wonderful local musicians every Friday from 6pm-8pm on the comfortable and spacious Boyle MacDonald Wines Rooftop. Wine tasting flights are served from 12pm-5pm. Wines are served by the glass and bottle beginning at 5pm. We do not take reservations. No loitering. 21 and older. Thanks!

It’s a Wonderful Life at Murphys Creek Theatre – 1946. The WBFR radio station recording room. Five actors and one eccentric sound technician perform the beloved American holiday classic. With humor and humanity, George Bailey’s tale of love, loss, and redemption mixes an exuberant cast and a wealth of seasonal shenanigans into a heaven-sent performance for the entire family. Directed by Terri Wilson. Content Reflection: Please be advised that a considered suicide is a plot point within this story.  Tickets and times are available here.