Gilcrease Orchard in the northwest part of the Las Vegas Valley has fruit and vegetables for sale. You can purchase from their stand or pick your own on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from 7 a.m. to noon. Check their website to see what's available. They also have apple cider.
The producers of JERSEY BOYS, along with Caesars Entertainment, are offering specially priced ticket vouchers to the #1 Show in Las Vegas, JERSEY BOYS, at Paris Las Vegas- with 100% of the proceeds benefiting the radio you love.
Thanks to Donny & Marie and Caesars Entertainment, we are bringing you specially priced ticket vouchers for Donny & Marie at the Flamingo Las Vegas, with 100% of the proceeds benefitting the radio you love.
If you enjoyed the photos from the ‘Focus on Nevada’ annual photo contest from the June issue of Desert Companion, you can now feast your eyes on all the finalists at various locations around the valley. Come check out all the beautiful photography of Southern Nevada — including people and places, abstracts and nature shots, and even altered images.
Looking for something educational and fun for your kids to do this summer? The Red Rock Canyon Interpretive Association has a summer program series focused on the natural history of Red Rock Canyon. On select Tuesdays, kids ages 6 to 8 can explore fun topics with hands-on activities, games, and crafts.
Join us throughout July as we sip our way through some of the best margaritas in Southern Nevada. Our July 2016 issue will feature a selection of yummy concoctions... and we need your help to determine the crowd favorite.
This film examines the aurora through the myths and legends of native people who have watched the natural wonder for generations, and through the findings of solar research. Saturdays and Sundays in July at 3 p.m.
The Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival takes place on the shore of the lake, with two shows: Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors – a double dose of laughter, and Forever Plaid – a pitch-perfect, jukebox musical. Enjoy al fresco dining at one of the most scenic venues in the world.
Ignite your imagination and step into the light. Using basic physics principles, innovative interactive experiences and a sense of fun, "Playing With Light" offers the opportunity to explore how our world is illuminated. Full-body interactives let you sneak past a laser light security block, step inside a giant telescope, draw with infrared paint and make your own telescope.
Mojave Desert animals are some of the toughest around, but who's the toughest of them all? You decide at the new live animal program, Desert Survivor. Meet the cast, try your hand at some survival challenges and join the rest of the audience on a tribal council.
Left of Center Art Gallery presents No Ordinary Life, an exhibition of paintings and installations by Kim Johnson, a native Las Vegan who received her BFA degree from UNLV. She has formally studied human anatomy, environmental science, and the principles of ecology and infuses the imagined into reality to create an other-worldly environment through dreamlike spaces and images. Opening reception on July 16.
The Investor Hub has partnered with Downtown Achieves and My Brother's Keeper to sponsor 16 Little Free Library sites to put books into the hands of local children from low-income families. They're looking for you to help fill the libraries with new or gently used books, for kids through high school age.
Based on the novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, this play upends the century-old story of how a miserable orphan boy becomes the legendary Peter Pan. Evil kings, pirates, hidden treasure and magic abound! $25. Thursday - Saturday: 8 p.m.; Sunday 2 p.m. Las Vegas Little Theatre, lvlt.org
The Springs Preserve's latest exhibit features the art of Austine Wood Comarow, who creates remarkable works using multiple layers of clear cellophane, polarized filters and light. Comarow uses her unique method, called Polage, to reveeal the multitude of shades of the light spectrum in playful, interactive nature scenes.
The Girls Scouts of Southern Nevada is taking their recruiting show on the road with the Daises Rock! Summer Tour. It's a creative and fun way to introduce girls, entering Kindergarten or first grade during the 2016 – 2017 school year, and their families to the many benefits of Girl Scouting.