News and events from Downtown.
It’s the final curtain call at the Reed Whipple Cultural Center. After a 30-year run, the Rainbow Company Youth Theatre is moving permanently to the Charleston Heights Arts Center, 800 S. Brush St. The move is dramatic for members of the company, who are feverishly packing boxes full of props to make the move by June 30.
With more than 60,000 kids who used to be on a 12-month school schedule now out of class during the summer months for the first time, parents may be wondering what options they have. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Las Vegas and Henderson offer an inexpensive program to help keep kids occupied.
We have so many choices when it comes to dining out, and that’s why this is such a great city. Salvadorian food? Of course.
Aurelio’s Pizza opens in North Las Vegas
The Red Rock Raptors soccer club announces tryout and registration opportunities for boys and girls from
5:30 to 8 p.m. June 29 at Crossings Park, 1111 Crestdale Lane. For more information, call Jimmy Gabany at 526-7317, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit r3soccer.com.
Dance enthusiast discuss hot spots in Las Vegas.
Pecan trees will do well in this climate, but I would not recommend them as a shade tree in the desert.
Rave Motion Pictures is presenting free G- and PG-rated movies on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings this summer. On Thursday nights, moviegoers can enjoy free outdoor showings in Town Square Park.
‘Seussical The Musical’ is coming
to Summerlin performing arts center