The Family and Friends for Freedom Fund presents this benefit concert featuring Gene Ferrari, the Last of the Romantics and Tony Grova, and Memories of Elvis. 7P, $25–$35. Main Theater at Clark County Library, lvccld.org
The Asian Community Development Council invites you to the Family Day Health and Citizenship Fair, which will have resources, information, and fun. Included: health education and screenings (need to RSVP for screenings), citizenship application assistance (need to apply in advance) and Information, and children’s activities.
Stillpoint Center for Spritual Deveopment will host the Intrefaith Amigos October 14 at Bishop Gorman High School. Imam Jamal Rahman, Pastor Don Mackenzie, and Rabbi Ted Falcon combine wisdom and humor to help audiences appreciate the promise and problems of the interfaith experience.
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, this presentation is a tribute to opera superstars Placido Domingo, José Carreras, and others. 3P, $35–$50. Myron’s Cabaret Jazz at The Smith Center, thesmithcenter.com
Hosted by saxophonist and UNLV assistant professor Adam Schroeder, it's an all-ages, community-based concert series engaging, encouraging, and showcasing jazz in an interactive and educational setting. 7P, free. Auditorium at Windmill Library, lvccld.org
The Global Charity Foundation runs the Community Education Program, which provides tutoring for at-risk and underprivileged children in grades 1-8 in the Las Vegas Valley, as well as other programs. They will have a social mixer October 17 at Brio Tuscan Grille at Town Square.
Oh, the relaxed bustle of shoppers on an autumn’s eve… the glowing amber of a setting sun… well-mannered party-goers chanting “Jimmy… Jimmy” while they imbibe in the delights of another Desert Companion pub crawl. Thursday, October 18th from 6-9pm at The District at Green Valley Ranch.
The Asian Night Market will run from 5 to 9 p.m. on October 19 to showcase local Asian and Pacific Islander restaurants and businesses. The event is free to the public, with all dishes $7 or less. There will be entertainment and music.! Hosted by the Asian Community Development Council.
Journey by bus to the Warm Springs Natural Area north of Las Vegas and see the flowing springs and creeks that make up the unexpected lush wetland just seven miles northwest of Moapa. The trip includes transportation, tour with an archaeologist and enjoy a picnic box lunch. Hosted by the Springs Preserve.
Friends of Nevada Wilderness will host their 6th annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival at Zappo's Campus in downtown Las Vegas on October 20. The Community Fair will start at 3:00, with food trucks, giveaways, music and more. Films (12 of them) begin at 5:00.
Motley Brews’ backyard beer bash, Downtown Brew Festival, returns to the Clark County Amphitheater for its seventh year October 20, from 5 to 9 p.m. There will be more than 250 beers from 70 breweries, some of the city’s finest chefs will provide food, and there will be music.
Spooky, scary, and funny, the Las Vegas Improvisational Players make up their fun, kid-friendly show on the spot, based on the audience’s suggestions. 7P, $10; $5 kids, seniors, and military. Show Creators Studio, 4455 W. Sunset Road, lvimprov.com
This annual presentation showcases the musical talents of local physicians, and this year stars the former Chicago bassist and vocalist performing his hits. Proceeds support the Bonnie Schreck Memorial Therapies program at Nathan Adelson Hospice. 6:45P, $75–$125. Reynolds Hall at The Smith Center, thesmithcenter.com
Notes with a Purpose hosts this benefit brunch-concert that includes classical and jazz musicians, five chefs, and four cocktail bars. 10:30A, $50–$125. Domsky Glass, 2758 S. Highland Drive, noteswithapurpose.org
Keep Memory Alive at the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health in Las Vegas hosts "Lunch & Learn" talks most Wednesdays from noon to 1:00. Most often they cover topics of interest to those serving as caregivers to people with dementia.
Sin City Opera presents "A Night with the Flying Dutchman" October 25 at 7 p.m. and the 28th at 2 p.m. in the Charleston Heights Arts Center. It's a synoptic, multi-media, operatic production with a 14-piece orchestra.
The Flying Dutchman desperately seeks out love every seven years. He needs a woman to marry him to lift the curse he and his ghostly crew have been under for hundreds of years.