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The First Annual Gathering of High Desert Christian Educators will take place in Victorville at El Pescadore Restaurant on October first at 6:00. It will be a time of connecting and encouraging other Christian Educators. Dinner will be served.Registration is $10.00 Contact [email protected] for more info.
A fundraiser to support our community members who are battling cancer. Proceeds from the run will be used to provide pre-paid gas cards to distribute to cancer patients in Frenchtown, Huson, Alberton, and nearby rural areas, to help offset the costs of driving to and from town for cancer treatments.
The flat, scenic route will loop around Frenchtown Pond, then follow a short out & back on the Frenchtown bike path. There is an option to skip the bike path and loop back to the starting line for those looking for a shorter (1 mile) route.
Register at the event, starting at 1:00 pm. $15 for adults and teens, $5 for 12 & under. Additional donations welcome.
Come listen to some of the best bands in Las Vegas! Brumby, Rusty Maples, Kiara Brown, The Black Tapes, Well-Tempered Madness, and New Masses will be performing live to help raise money for the Now I Can Foundation who helps children with disabilities!
Cost: Tickets start at $10.00 for the music festival. There will be a free Engineering Fair kick-off prior to the concert from 4-6 pm on the Henderson Pavilion Bullseye for school-aged children and their families.
Weekly class in Hermeneutics; registration is preferred, but guests will be welcomed. We will be meeting at the Comfort Inn and Suites,
2250 South 1200 West Ogden, UT 84401. Class will be from 6 pm to 7 pm.
Lead vocalist and guitarist for the Dirty Heads will make a special, FREE appearance at THRIVE Cannabis Marketplace in North Las Vegas during Las Vegas’ most popular fall music, art, food and ideas festival. He’ll perform an acoustic set, sign autographs and—of course, since he and the band are social media gods—join fans for photos. This intimate THRIVE appearance precedes Dirty Heads’ festival performance in Downtown Las Vegas and represents the best chance fans have to get up-close- and-personal with the artist. In addition, attendees of this event have the chance to win four tickets to the Downtown Las Vegas festival in a free raffle.
South Hills Church is happy to host Dr. Kevin Leman, an internationally renowned psychologist and New York Times Bestselling Author of more than 30 books.
Dr. Leman will be our sepcial guest speaker at both of our morning services on Sunday, October 9th (9am or 11am) as well as presenting 3 separate seminars that evening and the following Monday;
6pm Sunday – “Making Sense of the Man or Woman in Your LIfe”
9:30am Monday – moms will find out “What a Difference a Mom Makes”
6:30pm Monday – “Have a New Kid By Friday”.
South Hills Church is located at 9220 Manhattan Road in Henderson.
Art in the Park is the largest juried art show in the Southwest. With over 300 fine arts and craft vendors, food vendors, entertainment and arts and crafts provided by SOS Radio, there really is something to do for the entire family.
Art in the Park is located in the Beautiful Downtown Historic District of Boulder City and takes place in all 4 downtown parks and city streets in between. Join in on the fun, October 1st and 2nd for this free cultural event all benefiting Boulder City Hospital.
The Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association International (HSMAI), Las Vegas Chapter, will present the Certified Revenue Management Executive review course and certification, offering industry professionals the chance to confirm knowledge and experience. By improving industry knowledge, participants can increase their company’s ROI.
Hard Rock Resort & Casino
4455 Paradise Rd.
Las Vegas, NV 89169
Registration Review Course Fee: $265 member/$350 non-member
The 2016 Mayors Prayer Breakfast, a community-building event, encourages unity, diversity and developing leadership skills for Las Vegas youth, and will take place at 7:30 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016 at Texas Station Gambling Hall & Hotel. The event includes mayors reading ecumenical prayers, an interfaith candle lighting ceremony and a keynote speech. Following the breakfast, students in attendance will have the opportunity to ask questions of local mayors in a town hall meeting format.
Kirk Cameron (from Growing Pains & Fireproof) talks with Scott Herrold about marriage! There's some funny stories about how he got his wife Chelsea's interest before they started dating! (She was on Growing Pains too!)