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The Village at Squaw Valley celebrates summer with free family-friendly events, Bluesdays and Yoga Squaw’d. The Outdoor Summer Movie Series also returns this summer, featuring action adventures and family classics under the stars.

Bluesdays at Squaw

The free outdoor concert series Bluesdays features blues musicians, grab-and-go bites and beer, wine and spirits. Blues acts include the Blues Monsters, Chris Cain, Lloyd Jones and Joe Louis Walker, who was recently honored with the 2016 Blues Music Award for Contemporary Blues Male Artist of the Year. Blues musician Kenny Neal will perform at the final event of the summer on Sept. 6. Bluesdays guests will receive discounted aerial tram and activity packages, food and drink specials and access to lodging sales. Bluesdays run from 6-8:30 p.m. Tuesdays through Sept. 6. Click here for a complete lineup.

Yoga Squaw’d

Ideal for beginners and yogis alike, Yoga Squaw’d is back in the Village celebrating the art of yoga against a mountain backdrop. Guests can breathe and stretch with complimentary yoga classes every Wednesday on First Street in The Village with special guest yoga instructors. Yoga mats will be provided. Yoga Squaw’s will take place Wednesday from 5-6 p.m. July 6 through Aug. 31. Click here for upcoming dates.

Free Outdoor Summer Movie Series

For a nostalgic end to a summer day, families and friends can enjoy screenings of recent releases and family classics on the big screen in the events plaza at the Village Squaw Valley. Guests are encouraged to bring warm clothes and blankets as they snuggle up under the starry sky. The summer movie series begins July 7 and takes place at 8:30 p.m. each Thursday, weather permitting. Click here for the full summer movie schedule.

The events are all free and open to the public.

Located steps from the mountain, lodging in The Village at Squaw Valley offers close proximity to summer activities in The Village. Click here for more information about accommodations.

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