If you own a pair of cowboy boots, you can be a hero Saturday.
Gilley’s Saloon at Treasure Island will host “Boot Scootin’ Benefit” for HELP of Southern Nevada from 1 to 5 p.m. So polish those boots and head over at noon to register for the dancing marathon. Cost is $25 per teammate and includes two raffle tickets.
You don’t have to be a good dancer to participate. Prizes will be awarded to the best and worst dance team as well as the best-dressed team. Gilley’s will run two-for-one deals on draft beers and cocktails for participants. Appetizers such as Texas Nacho Grande, Buffalo chicken wings and pork sliders will be discounted to $5. Take a spin on the mechanical bull for $10 and half of that will be donated to HELP. Proceeds will benefit nonprofit programs around the valley.
To register in advance or for more information, call Abby Quinn at 702-836-2130. The event is open to ages 12 and older.
SHe by Morton’s restaurant is offering “I Do,” a prix-fixe menu exclusively for bachelorette parties.
At $60 per person, the lucky lady and her friends can dine on a family-style, three-course dinner including a Caesar salad, an entree and dessert. Entrees include a choice between skirt steak and chicken chops. For dessert, diners receive a sweet and a complimentary round of shots.
What’s a bachelorette party without shots? Boring, that’s what.
For reservations, call 702-254-2376.
Football fans, throw your own fantasy football draft party with the ladies of “Fantasy.”
Rockhouse, inside the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian, is taking reservations for Ultimate Fantasy Football draft parties that include open bar access and selections from the menu. For the first hour of each fantasy football party, dancers from the “Fantasy” cast will hang out with partyers. The privilege won’t come cheap, though. Parties cost around $1,800 and serve about 12 people.
For reservations, call 702-750-1685 or visit pbrrockbar.com.
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