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New Year’s Eve Candlelight Labyrinth Walk @ Heritage Park Gardens
Dec 31 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

3rd Annual New Year’s Eve Candlelight Labyrinth Walk

The community is invited to Main Street Gardnerville’s 4th Annual New Year’s Eve Candlelight Labyrinth Walk on December 31, 2017. Luminaries will light the way as you enjoy this newest tradition in the Carson Valley. “Walk out the Old Year and Welcome the New Year” during this family friendly event on New Year’s Eve. Come any time between 6 and 9 pm.

Why walk a Labyrinth on New Year’s Eve? It’s a time to create hopeful tomorrows. Labyrinths are used throughout the world as a way to quiet the mind, recover a balance in life, to meditate, gain insight, reduce stress, to create and celebrate.

The Labyrinth, located at Heritage Park Gardens, at 1461 Ezell Street, is a project of Main Street Gardnerville in cooperation with the Town of Gardnerville. Contact Main Street Gardnerville for more information at or 775-782-8027.


Main Street Gardnerville-National Recognition Celebration & Public Meeting @ Douglas County Community Center-Sr. Dining Room
Jan 10 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

                                                                                 Please feel free to share this survey link, with friends, family and business associates. The survey will close on Wednesday, January 3, 2018.

                                                                                 The National Main Street Center has announced that the Main Street program in Gardnerville, Nevada will take part in national program to bring renewed economic prosperity to the community. Through a combination of community engagement, market analysis, and organizational positioning, Gardnerville will establish a series of key, market-driven transformation strategies designed to elevate and focus the community’s resources and capacity on building a sustainable competitive advantage within the downtown. 


In advance of the visit from National Main Street Center staff, a community survey will be issued to gather opinions about downtown now and how the community would like to see downtown continue to develop in the future.  Survey results, along with market data will be shared during a technical assistance visit by Nevada Main Street and the National Main Street Center on January 10th


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