Event highlights this week include a reception for a show featuring the work of BeverLee Renner, a free concert by the Henderson Symphony Orchestra, the band Snake Charmer performing a free concert at The Village Lake Las Vegas and a Steampunk Photo Odyssey and Fashion Show at the Clark County Museum.
Michael Clark plans to close his shop, On the Road Books & Records, formerly known as Michael’s Used Books, Clark County plans to host a surplus auction and libraries plan events.
Event highlights this week include Ballet Folklorico Xyachimal’s plans to celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a re-creation of the Battle of Puebla in dance and a reception for the “Art in Action: Spring Break Teen Art Camp Art Exhibition.”
Event highlights this week include Nevada Ballet Theatre’s 40-year celebration, a Science Expo Day, the 15th annual Lei Day Polynesian Festival and a Las Vegas Philharmonic Guild benefit luncheon.
Dr. Quannah McCall was regarded as a “distinguished pioneer in Nevada” thanks to his dentistry practice. He began his practice in Pioche, Nev., where his father also was a dentist. In 1936, the governor selected Quannah as the Nevada State Dentist for his efforts touring Nevada schools in a dental truck and house trailer offering kids dental care. In tow was his young daughter, Connie.