Events, specials in Las Vegas for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Here are some of the special events and special deals being offered in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

There's still time to adopt a pink duck for Ducks For A Cure benefiting Susan G. Komen Foundation at The Forum Shops at Caesars.

Ducks are just $5 each and are available through Oct. 31. They can be purchased at either of the guest services booths in the forum. Once adopted, visitors can personalize their new buoyant buddy with a message to a loved one and take the duck to the reflecting pool located at the base of the spiral escalator on level one and release it into the water.

The marquees of The Venetian and The Palazzo will turn pink on Oct. 20 in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The Forum Shops is offering a special More Than Pink discount card to use at various retailers and restaurants.

Women will be able to get a free mammogram at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway from Oct. 27 through 29. The Free Mommograms for the Fans program is for women over the age of 40. Must have a race ticket since the Mommovan is parked inside the pit area of the raceway. Sponsored by Alexis DeJoria Racing and Nevada Health Centers.

Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood has turned its fountain pink for the month of October. All change tossed in the pink fountain, as well as the center’s indoor rainstorm, through Oct. 31 will help Susan G. Komen Nevada support the More Than Pink campaign’s goal of reducing the current number of breast cancer deaths by 50 percent in the U.S. within the next decade. The fountain will remain pink in between regularly-scheduled water shows, which take place every hour from noon to 11 p.m.

El Dorado Cantina is offering pink flan during the month of October for $6. Proceeds will benefit Making Stride, an American Cancer Walk.

Cabo Wabo Cantina is donating $1 for every Vojito cocktail purchased during the month of October to Susan G. Komen of Southern Nevada. Guests who purchase the Vojito during October will also receive a complimentary pink rubber wristband to raise awareness for Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

In recognition for Breast Cancer Awareness month, Rí Rá Las Vegas offers guests a Bubbie cocktail for $11 throughout October. To support breast cancer awareness, Rí Rá will donate $1 from each cocktail ordered to local cancer charities. The specialty cocktail features Absolut Lime Vodka, cranberry and apple juice, with a splash of ginger ale for a little sparkle.

Triple 7 at Main Street, Bailiwick at The Orleans and The Game at Suncoast are offering a limited-edition fruit-infused brew named Red Rose during the month of October (while supplies last). With every $5 purchase of a 16-ounce pint, Boyd Gaming will donate $2 to St. Rose Dominican Health Foundation’s local R.E.D. Rose Program.

CRAFTKitchen is donating 50 percent of proceeds from its special pink pastries and pink desserts offered at their bakery to Susan G. Komen during the month of October.

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, guests can enjoy 20 percent off all pink retail products during the month of October at Spa Mio inside the M Resort.

The Black Sheep is offering a special drink named The Pink Sheep during the month of October. It is made with  Russell Henry plum infused gin, cocci Americano, egg whites, simple syrup, lime, and then garnished with pink pepper corn and cardamom bitters.

10 percent of all Pretty in Pink facial and pedicure proceeds at Spa Aquae at JW Marriott Las Vegas will benefit the American Cancer Society. The 80-minute facial treatment is $135 and available through Oct. 31. The 50-minute pedicure treatment is $54.

XCYCLE Las Vegas will pedal for pink throughout the entire month of October to raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness month. The boutique cycle studio will be selling XCYCLE ‘Pedal for Pink!’ t-shirts throughout the month, and all profits will be donated directly to the Mammovan, in support of breast cancer research. In addition, XCYCLE will donate $1 to the local non-profit for each rider that wears pink clothing to classes on Saturday and Sundays, throughout the month.

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"Pearl," the pink fire truck from North Las Vegas, will be on display from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Oct. 22 in front of Hard Rock Cafe on Las Vegas Strip. Members of the North Las Vegas Fire Department will be selling “Pink Heals” T-shirts and encouraging survivors and their friends and family to sign the firetruck. Proceeds from the day’s sales will be donated to the American Cancer Society on behalf of the city’s Pink Heals Cancer Awareness Campaign.

The "Pink is the New Black Fashionista Event" on Oct. 24 will offer education about breast health and self-check breast exams from Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada as well as referrals for mammograms from Breast Center at Sunrise. Additionally, there will be a fundraising component, with proceeds benefiting Dress for Success clients who may need financial assistance getting to/from medical appointments.

The evening portion of the event – starting at 5 p.m. – will feature renowned Comprehensive breast surgeon Dr. Margaret A. Terhar, who will speak about breast cancer awareness as well as the importance of mammograms.

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