Chocolate connoisseurs, foodies and lovers of vino can delight in a variety of culinary treats, cocktails and wine as notable restaurants and sweet shops from around the Las Vegas Valley gather for an evening of fun and fundraising for Easter Seals Nevada. While listening to the sounds of local music artists, guests can also bid on a wide assortment of silent auction items.
After spending the summer taking care of the kids and the family, it's about time women had a day to unwind, featuing facial makeovers, glamour photos, fashion show experience, hair services, wellness and much more. Grab all your girls and come and enjoy a day that's just for you!
The city of Henderson, in partnership with the Outside Las Vegas Foundation, is hosting the fourth annual Get Outdoors Nevada Day. This event is a free, fun, family friendly event highlighting all Southern Nevada has to offer in recreational activities, education, volunteering, tourism and local businesses. Food will be available for purchase. Well-behaved pets on leashes welcome. GetOutdoorsNevadaDay.org
A family friendly festival featuring live entertainment, craft fair with 40-plus vendors, kids activities including a petting zoo, two bounce houses, face painting and games for all generations. Free refreshments include cotton candy and popcorn. Other refreshments available to purchase. Also explore a variety of senior health and information booths, volunteer opportunities, safety information and free health screenings.
Las Vegas’ most mouthwatering fundraising event benefitting Easter Seals Nevada is back. Chocolate connoisseurs, foodies and lovers of vino can delight in a variety of culinary treats, cocktails and wine as notable restaurants and sweet shops gather for an evening of fun and fundraising. Also featuring local music and live and silent auctions. Ages 21 and up. $35/individual or $65/couple
The Las Vegas Golden Knights will take on the Arizona Coyotes in their inaugural season home opener. The game starts at 7 p.m. Visit NHL.com/GoldenKnights for tickets and a full season schedule for Las Vegas' first team the "Big 4," major professional sports leagues.
The city of Henderson, in partnership with Black Mountain Kennel Club, is hosting the yearly sanctioned American Kennel Club Dog Show. The show judges dogs on their overall appearance and structure. Bring the family, but be aware that only registered dogs are allowed on the show grounds. Admission for spectators is free.
The expo features exhibits from the fire and police departments and more than 100 area businesses and community groups, showcasing products and services that promote personal safety, crime and fire prevention, risk reduction, injury prevention, and health and wellness. It also incorporates National Night Out, a community-building campaign that promotes public safety and neighborhood camaraderie to make neighborhoods safer, better places to live.
The premiere fundraising event for Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) of Greater Las Vegas will include a cocktail hour, silent auction, gourmet dinner, live auction by Christian Kolberg, presentation of the gala honoree and house heroes, dancing and live entertainment provided by the Moonshiners, and a family’s personal story. For tickets and sponsorships, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 702.252.4663, ext. 2225.
Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. with a 10 a.m. shotgun start. All proceeds will go to the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation. Tournament will include swag bags, games on the course, raffles, long drive and closest to the pin giveaways, and even the chance to win a brand-new car! $150 entry fee also includes a luncheon.
The Henderson Symphony Orchestra will perform French composer Hector Berlioz's "Symphonie Fantastique" as their fall concert. Conducted by Alexandra Arrieche, the free concert will begin at 8 p.m.
You better run for your life when things go bump in the night. The living dead and everything ghoulish invades Henderson for another fright. Try and survive the apocalypse by using your brains and disguises to outsmart hungry zombies along the 3.1-mile trail. All fitness levels are welcome. Ages 5 and up. Reigster at CityOfHenderson.com.
Make sure you come hungry to this all-day event. Entrance to the event is free, but access to the all-you-can eat buffet is $100 per person. Some live performances will be free while others are ticketed. Local chefs will be giving demonstrations and there will be plenty of food vendors.
The largest golf and culinary event to hit Las Vegas. Open to the public, golfers and nongolfers alike, there is something for everyone. This three-day event runs features a VIP launch party on Thursday night at Topgolf on the Las Vegas Strip, a golf tournament Friday at Reflection Bay Golf Club and a huge culinary feast Saturday night back at Reflection Bay.
Save the date for this elegant blue-tie event with dinner, entertainment, auctions and more to benefit St. Jude's Ranch for Children, which has provided a safe, nurturing home with therapeutic residential treatment services to thousands of abused and neglected children in Nevada. The event is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. For more information, visit StJudesRanch.org.
Henderson’s premier safe trick-or-treating event returns. Put on your costume and follow the trick-or-treat trail in the parking lot to get treats (or tricks) from the trunks of festively decorated cars. Don’t forget to sign up for the costume contest. The event includes a variety of activities and entertainment. Advanced registration is $3; $5 at the event. 6 p.m.
There's something spooky happening—three hours of haunted Halloween games, bounce houses, festive carnival games, a hay ride and a trick-or-treat trail. Be sure to bring a pillowcase or bag to hold treats. The evening is highlighted by a spine-tingling haunted house tour. There is also a less scary version for younger kids—and scaredy cat adults. Begins at 6 p.m. $7
Help install trees to provide shade and beautify the city. Learn how to care for plants, trees and shrubs. Arborists and gardening enthusiasts will be on hand to help with gardening and planting questions. Lunch is provided. Begins at 10 a.m.
Bring the kids all dressed up in their Halloween costumes for a fun afternoon! They can make their own treat bags, play games and visit treat stations throughout the library. For ages 0-12.
Come to The District for trick-or-treating. Look for participating retailers sign on the storefront. There also will be entertainment including a Halloween costume contest. 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.