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Genoa Western Heritage Days returns This April

by Nevada State News

CARSON VALLEY – Nevada’s oldest permanent settlement, Genoa, Nevada, honors the area’s heritage with its annual three-day festival returning this spring, April 24 – 26, 2020.

Genoa Western Heritage Days features a weekend of music, cowboy poetry, historic tours, Native American demonstrations and events to celebrate Genoa’s Native American and pioneer history.

Historic Genoa, in the heart of legendary Carson Valley, is nestled at the base of the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada, just 25 miles east of beautiful Lake Tahoe, and one hour south of Reno. 

Tickets for the Friday and Saturday evening performances are $40 and are available online or at the Genoa Town Office located at 2289 Main Street, Genoa, Nevada.

Daytime events and performances are free and family-friendly. For more information on the Genoa Western Heritage Celebration, call 775-782-8696 or go online.

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