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Top 5 Fun Things To Do Before School Starts In Las Vegas

It’s summer, and kids just want to have fun. Visit a three-acre botanical cactus garden, or see the snakes at every child’s favorite nature preserve. Opt to go bowling at a neighborhood bowling alley, or enjoy arcade games and thrill rides at an old-time attraction here in town. Whatever the family decides to do in the name of fun, there’s no lack of opportunities to try something new and different when you live in Las Vegas.

08/17/2012

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Las Vegas Back-To-School Guide

After a summer of relative freedom, it’s now time to face the reality of purchasing classroom supplies, clothing and getting school-ready haircuts.

08/03/2012

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Top Spots for Summer Playdates In Las Vegas

Summer is playtime, and that means parents spend these sun-soaked days facilitating playdates galore. In the desert, hot-weather playtime means heading indoors or slapping on those swimsuits for a wet one. The best spots for summer playdates promise plenty of those options and so much more, making them perfect for any play group.

07/20/2012

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Top Spots to Spend A Summer Day with Your Family In Las Vegas

It’s no surprise to the locals that Las Vegas is a great place for families come summer. With everything from saltwater shark reefs to secret gardens in the city, air-conditioned options abound when temperatures start to rise. The best spots to spend a summer day boast family friendly memories that’ll last a lifetime.

07/06/2012

Top Places To Watch 4th of July Fireworks Around Las Vegas

As the city gathers around the Las Vegas Valley to watch fireworks displays, find the finest viewing locations this city has to offer to make Independence Day truly special for you and yours. There’s need to fight the crowds on the Las Vegas Strip; nothing beats these locations for watching this year’s fireworks. Give your family a 4th of July celebration like none other this year.

06/22/2012

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Best Waterparks and Pools In Las Vegas

Believe it or not, there is water in the desert, and as the temperature heats up, Las Vegas residents flock to the cool, refreshing waters of the city’s best pools and waterparks. Nobody needs a pool in the back yard. When it comes time for a whole day of family fun, pack up the water wings and hit the city’s best water-soaked options for fun ranging from water polo to tunnels through shark-filled aquariums.

06/08/2012

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Best Summertime Theater Activities For Kids In Las Vegas

Las Vegas is known as a mecca for entertainment, and a lot of that talent starts right here in the city’s theater classes and camps. From tots to teens, Las Vegas’ kids explore drama and passion with performance classes that’ll rock any kids summer. Whether it’s a future in stardom or just a fun way to burn off a little energy, switch on the bright lights at the city’s best summertime theater activities.

06/01/2012

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Family Guide To Lake Mead

Las Vegas residents know that the real city excitement is not found on the strip. Nevada is home to some of the most beautiful outdoor areas in the country, including gorgeous Lake Mead. Lake Mead Recreation Area is just a quick 30-minute drive from the lights and bustle of Las Vegas Boulevard. If you are looking for a great day outing for your family, or even a relaxing weekend of camping, Lake Mead is a perfect destination.

05/11/2012

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Best Mini Golf Courses In Las Vegas

Las Vegas’ softer, quieter side offers oodles of fun, family friendly attractions off of its infamous strip. For area families who need a day out without the hubbub, the city’s best mini golf courses guarantee a good time with great greens and enough extras to keep everyone occupied.

04/20/2012

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Children Struck By Vehicle In NLV, 2 Critically Injured

Three children attempting to cross the street in a marked walkway in North Las Vegas were struck by a 78-year-old driver, sending all three to the hospital, with two in extreme critical condition.

10/22/2011

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