If you find yourself on the Strip on Tuesday, keep an eye out for camera crews and Clorox.
Angela Kinsey, who plays Angela on NBC’s “The Office,” will be somewhere on the Strip searching for “real-life messy moments.” The comedian and actress will show people how to take care of those messes using Clorox bleach.
All of this is sure to make a great commercial for Clorox. Some lucky person will receive $15,000 for sharing his or her story. If you can’t be on the Strip, share your “messy moment” on bleachitaway.com/vegas.
Students from The Meadows School will welcome in the Year of the Snake with a traditional dragon parade Monday at The Forum Shops in Caesars. Sixty kindergartners and 60 fifth-graders will perform. There will be a “kid-powered“ snake costume, firecrackers, drums and costumed kids.
They will start at Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab and wind through the shops, stopping to perform in front of the Fountain of the Gods. Mayor Carolyn Goodman will talk and then the parade will continue to its end at the shops’ lower valet.
The celebration starts at 10 a.m.
MAGIC returns to Las Vegas later this month so keep your eye out for special offers at Strip venues. From Feb. 19 through Feb. 21, Senor Frog’s Las Vegas at Treasure Island will give MAGIC attendees drink specials. Just flash your badge to get two-for-one Skinny margaritas, yards of Skinny sangria and house margaritas. For more information, visit senorfrogslv.com or call 894-7777.
‘Art and Wine’
“Art and Wine: A Perfect Pairing” is back at the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Arts starting Feb. 13. Enjoy a glass — or two — of your favorite wine and then check out the works of Andy Warhol. The wines are paired with select pieces from the exhibit by the Bellagio’s sommelier. Tickets cost $30 for gallery members; $38 for nonmembers. Wine is served on the second Wednesday of each month from 5 to 7 p.m. For more information, call 693-7871.