Spring means festival time in Las Vegas. You can enjoy everything from food fests to Pirate Fest, wine tasting and jazz as well as the carnival atmosphere of an old-fashioned Spring Jamboree. No matter whether you are looking for something for the entire family or prefer something more adult, you can definitely find it when the weather heats up in Las Vegas.
Families are enjoying exercising together more these days, and when you can combine the experience with being outdoors, it’s even more fun. There are many cultivated and rougher bike trails in Las Vegas, depending upon the age and skill level of the rider. Be sure you check conditions before you leave your home, and don’t forget the water and snacks!
Nevada is celebrating Mardi Gras in the best traditional sense. From parades to food and wine events, there is no lack of choices for this very special occasion.
Las Vegas is the ideal place to visit during the holiday season. You can have your choice of natural beauty or the glitz of the Strip.
Kids love being creative and making crafts. But for parents, coming up with a simple craft idea can be complicated. Expert Cindy Dixon takes the guesswork out with these easy crafts for the garden.
The weather in Las Vegas is amazing in the fall. If you’re planning a fall wedding, take it outside at one of these outdoor wedding venues.
If you have a lively brood of children, or are looking to entertain guests visiting from elsewhere, there are quite a few interesting experiences that can be enjoyed, rain or shine. Some are best on drizzly days while all can be enjoyed despite the rain or heat.
National and local speakers will be featured at the Green By Southwest Leadership Conference and Expo at Springs Preserve.
Families with children may want to consider pooling resources and having one or two folks not interested in the game take the kids out for an afternoon or evening of child-appropriate fun.
There are a number of zoo and aquariums events in town. It just depends on whether you prefer lions and apes, tropical fish and mermaids, dolphins and tigers, sharks and rays or critters indigenous to the desert.