The following is a list of 13 Things To Do This Week In Las Vegas.
1. JW Marriott Las Vegas and Rampart Casino have reopened1 and they are encouraging locals to spend their staycation with them. They are offering a special room package and locals can also just spend the day at their beautiful pool.
2. Wine & Canvas offers take-home its that come with everything you need to recreate paintings in the comfort of your own home. These kits come with an online class, where a Wine and Canvas artist will lead you step-by-step how to do these paintings.
3. Rolling in Dough Bakery is helping people celebrate special occasions safely. They are now offering a free side cupcake — specifically for the birthday candle — with every birthday cake
4. Black Vibes Matter is happening Aug. 21 at Kianga Isoke Palacio Park. Baba T will play the tongue drum, Brother Alfatari will play the djembe drum, Sister Sylvia will play the Tibetan singing bowls and Kemetic Nubian will play crystal singing bowls. All are welcome. Social distancing encouraged.
5. Catch the sensational Jimmy Hopper Aug. 21 and 22 at The Vegas Room. Enjoy a 5-course dinner and (free) performance for $79 per guest or light bites for $49. Social distancing observed. Limited capacity.
6. Yoga Uncorked is happening Aug. 23 at The Resort on Mount Charleston. Enjoy wine while practicing fun yoga basics on the outdoor terrace. Social distancing will be encouraged. Ticket includes one glass of wine and choice of sippy.
7. Lost Worlds Myth & Magic offers 30,000-square-feet of indoor family fun and entertainment. Attractions include Knight’s Ninja Course, Enchanted Play Castle, Sir Percy’s Obstacle Course, Wizard’s Glowing Cauldron, Dragon’s Tail Super Slide, Ballistic Arena, Viking Siege and more. There’s also a toddler area, laser tag and mini bowling
8. “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” is the next movie to be featured for The Cosmopolitan’s Dive-In Movie series at Boulevard Pool. The movie starts at 8 p.m. Aug. 24.
9. If you are looking for a real-life escape, head to Escapology Las Vegas. Play in private teams of 2 to 6 players in exciting games and search carefully for clues, solve puzzles and try to escape within 60 minutes. Names of games include “Arizona Shootout,” “Antidote,” “Under Pressure,” “Cuban Crisis” and “Mansion Murder.”
10. Gilcrease Orchard in northwest Las Vegas is open from 7 to 10 a.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays ad Saturdays for anyone who would like to pick their own produce. Free parking and no entrance fee.
11. Axehole Vegas on Fremont Street offers fun for the whole family. Enjoy a one-hour throwing session with training, games and trick shots for $30. And if you want to try throwing spears, shovels, knives and ninja stars, you can do that too. Children ages 7 and older are allowed.
12. Red Penny Arcade is performing at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 22 in Piazza Lounge at Tuscany Suites. Red Penny Arcade performs popular songs the have been re-imagined and set to 1920s through 1950s-style music.
13. Gravady is not your usual trampoline park. It has angled trampolines, battle beams, extreme dodgeball, foam pits, stunt falls, open jumps and more. You can purchase a monthly membership or a one-hour “flight.”
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