Women have made great contributions and Las Vegas celebrates these accomplishments, both past and present, as well as supports women today as they create the history of tomorrow. Opportunities include learning, volunteering, mentoring and having fun while exploring the history of women.
Presidents Day is an important day meant to honor the impact of George Washington and other political leaders that followed. These are the top ways to celebrate Presidents Day in Las Vegas.
All throughout February, Black History Month is honored. These events are some of the best ways to celebrate Black History Month in Las Vegas.
Winter is one of the best seasons for crafty folks. These are the top spots in Las Vegas for creative people who enjoy the art of knitting.
Whether visiting or a resident of Southern Nevada, there is no reason to travel to Washington D.C. when there are many ways to celebrate and honor the president during his inauguration in a way unique to Las Vegas.
The advent of the new “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” movie, long anticipated by fans and Tolkien readers, brings its own magic to Las Vegas with events, grand openings and people getting set to don their favorite elf, Gandalf or dwarf costumes.
These venues allow art enthusiasts to buy valuable local art at affordable prices.
Native Americans and their culture are an integral part of Las Vegas, both in the past and present, and continue to influence the residents and tourists of Southern Nevada.
These haunted Las Vegas locations are some of the creepiest spots to visit for Halloween.
There are some very special theater events during November and December that are a “must see” for any theater aficionado, whether it’s comedy, drama, musical theater, movies or dance. So embark upon your own excellent adventure as you take in the spectacle of theater in Las Vegas.