Everything you need to know about taking care of your pet and helping animals in need is available at the annual Family, Fur & Fun Festival on Oct. 19 at Exploration Park in the Mountain’s Edge master-planned community. The free event is 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Parents often find themselves in a quandary about what to do with their children during summer vacation. Local child care programs, overnight camps and various specialty camps don’t always solve the problem because of cost and duration — a few weeks or a few hours per day.
Winchester Cultural Center is the heart of performing and visual arts for Clark County Parks and Recreation and offers a day camp for children ages 6 through 17. The Arts and Learning Summer Camp at Winchester Cultural Center starts July 2 and runs for eight weeks, through Aug. 24.
For parents looking for quality and affordable summer child care, the YMCA’s day camps offer options for campers ages 5 to 15. Kids won’t get bored with the dozens of specialty and sports camps available all summer long.
This summer, children ages 6 to 12 can explore outer space, travel to other countries, become mad scientists or perform on stage without ever leaving Las Vegas. Through the month of July, valley youth can experience the fun and wonder of Discovery Children’s Museum in half- or full-day summer camp sessions.
Theater-loving students in Las Vegas no longer have to travel to New York City to find an authentic Broadway experience. The immersive musical theater workshop, Camp Broadway, returns to The Smith Center for the Performing Arts for the second year July 8-12.
Camp will never be the same once children experience it the Springs Preserve way. The Springs Preserve’s weeklong Adventure Camps for ages 6 to 12 offer something for every young explorer .
Even though we know so much more about protecting our skin from the sun, even though there is everything from sunscreen lip balm to special ultraviolet-blocking swimwear, skin cancer has actually been on the rise.
Torino Foundation, a nonprofit organization, was founded on the principle that every child deserves the opportunity to experience childhood no matter how ill or challenged by extenuating circumstances. Torino Foundation invites hundreds of children each summer to Torino Ranch, where they experience summer camp through specialized programs and under medical supervision ensuring each person gets the chance to have fun, make friends and live life “normally,” while gaining lifelong memories.
The Las Vegas Natural History Museum in downtown Las Vegas invites visitors to take a “Sea Trek” this summer with traveling exhibits titled “Sea Monsters,” “Discovery Reef” and “Sanctuary Reef.”