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13 Things To Do This Week In Las Vegas For Feb. 19-25, 2021

Posted at 10:51 AM, Feb 18, 2021
and last updated 2021-02-19 16:32:02-05

The following is a list of 13 Things To Do This Week In Las Vegas.

1. Relive your childhood or introduce your kids to roller skating at the retro pop-up “ElectroRoll” roller skating rink at AREA15. Open 7 days a week through March 28. Featured themed nights include Sunday Onesie skate parties and Throwback Thursdays highlight a variety of musical genres.

2. Crimson in Bloom at the Red Rock Resort is a garden-inspired indoor and outdoor terrace lounge full of beautiful hand-crafted cocktails, extravagant floral decor, eclectic music and an abundance of fabulous photo moments.

3. The legendary comedian and impersonator Rich Little is back on stage again at Tropicana’s Laugh Factory. See his one-man show 4 nights a week. Little is known for impersonating actors, singers and politicians.

4. Art Therapy Night is happening again Feb. 19 at Flex Cocktail Lounge on West Charleston Boulevard. There will be an art auction, local artists, virtual performances, prizes and drink specials.

5. Lawry’s the Prime Rib on Howard Hughes Parkway will serve special seafood dishes every Friday during Lent. Dishes include shrimp scampi on Feb. 19, March 19 ad April 2 ($32); roasted cod, Feb. 27 ($29); Chilean cauliflower, March 5 ($37); salmon fingerlings, March 12 ($36); and salmon with peas and carrots, March 26 ($35).

6. The comedian Carrot Top and the show “Fantasy,” featuring some of the most beautiful women in Las Vegas, is back on stage starting Feb. 19 at Luxor Las Vegas. “Thunder from Down Under” at the Excalibur and Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club are also increasing capacity limits this weekend.

7. Las Vegas Little Theatre is presenting “Thurgood” by George Stevens Jr. live and in person from Feb. 19 through 28. The play features Derek Livingston as Justice Thurgood Marshall, the first African American to sit on the Supreme Court. Tickets are $30. Safety guidelines followed. Advanced ticket purchase is required.

8. Head to Wine and Canvas Las Vegas on Sunset Road on Feb. 19 for step-by-step instructions on how to recreate the painting titled “Mysticall Tree.” No previous painting experience required. Their studio bar offers beer, wine, cocktails and soft drinks. Seating is limited.

9. Rail Explorers in Boulder City has announced new fireside twilight tours. Guests will pedal rail bikes for 4 miles from the Nevada State Railroad Museum to the Railroad Pass picnic area where they can relax in red Adirondack chairs around fire pits. Guests are encouraged to bring their own marshmallows and sticks for roasting fireside or purchase a s’mores kit in the gift shop. Available Thursdays through Sundays.

10. The Vegas Test Kitchen is celebrating National Margarita Day a little early on Feb. 20. They will be showcasing a variety of margaritas at Market in the Alley. The Alley Cocktails will include Citrusy Delicious crafted with Maestro Dobel Silver Tequila, grapefruit juice, fresh lime, simple syrup and rhubarb bitters alongside the Healthy Choice made with Maestro Dobel Silver Tequila, carrot juice, ginger + turmeric juice, fresh lime juice, Serrano simple syrup and celery bitters.

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11. Golden Rainbow presents Dining Out for Life at Monzu Italian Oven + Bar on Feb. 23 from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. A generous percentage of sales that day will help Golden Rainbow provide critically-needed services, including housing, education, financial assistance and more to anyone living with or affected by HIV/AIDS. Enjoy Sicilian-inspired pizza and pastas and entertainment by Red Penny Arcade.

12. Left of Center Art Gallery on West Gowan Road has a new exhibit titled “Bending the Arc,” an exhibition of images and expressions of social justice. The exhibit features works by local artists and activists. It is on display;ay through April 30.

13. “The Hunger Games: The Exhibition” in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand is based on the blockbuster film franchise. The family-friendly attraction offers an immersive look into Katniss Everdeen’s heroic journey from District 13 to becoming the Mockinjay and leader of the rebellion against the Capitol. The exhibit is open daily. Discount available through March 31.

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