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13 Things To Do This Week In Las Vegas For Feb. 26-March 4, 2021

Posted at 6:45 PM, Feb 25, 2021
and last updated 2021-02-25 21:45:19-05

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

1. The Museum of Dream Space, a multi-media art gallery, is now open inside Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian hotel-casino. MoDS Vegas features 5 rooms filled with state-of-the-art technology and structural design. The museum is also support local artists and will feature their work inside the museum.

2. Carnival Day is happening Feb. 26 at Circus Circus Las Vegas. The midway offers games, prizes and other carnival excitement. The Adventuredome Theme Park offers dozens of rides and attractions for all ages. Recently, Circus Circus introduced its first new ride — NebulaZ — since 2013. Pricing for all-day ride passes is $39.95 general admission and $19.95 for children under 48 inches tall.

3. Stop ’N Shop featuring local crafters, vendors and small businesses is happening from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Feb. 27 at Sunset Station hotel-casino. Admission is free.

4. Fashion Show mall on the Las Vegas Strip is honoring Black History Month with “Black History Matters,” a celebration featuring a dynamic virtual runway show, the return of “Carpool Cinema,” and an immersive walkthrough experience titled “Journey Through History” with live entertainment, performance art and more. This is the last weekend to celebrate at Fashion Show.

5. The Feast of Friends is hosting a special edition of the Bonus Round Food Truck Rally from noon to 6 p.m. Feb. 28 at the Pinball Hall of Fame on Tropicana Avenue. Food trucks will include Matsuri, Raging Tacos, Signora Pizza, and Nic’s Shrimp House. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the PHOF’s fundraising efforts to move to a bigger, better location on Las Vegas Strip.

6. Founders Coffee is partnering with Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada for a special March Giving Drink – the Troop Beverly Hills. Inspired by the beloved Do-Si-Do, the drink is crafted with espresso, milk, peanut butter, chocolate, and crumbled Do-Si-Dos. It’s available hot, iced, or blended, with or without espresso, and one dollar of each drink sold will go to Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada in March. Guests can order in store or at the drive thru at both the Durango and St. Rose locations, or order online for delivery!

7. Sun In Pisces, a Latina-owned crystal shop, opens its first brick and mortar at Fergusons Downtown on March 3 at 11 a.m. with a Pisces Season celebration! Guests can shop for one-of-a kind, handmade jewelry, smudge bundles, and high-quality crystals and minerals to manifest light and happiness into customers’ lives.

8. The Stirling Club is bringing back entertainment with their new “Late Nights” program. The Spirits Lounge is an upscale after-hours lounge and opens at 9 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays. Cameron Dettman performs March 3. Reservations are required. Limited amount of tables available. 8 VIP tables available each night at $100 for members and %150 nonmembers. The price of the table will go towards your bottle service or beverage tab.

9. With spring right around the corner, Art Classes for Kids in Las Vegas introduces the March ART BOX and the Easter ART BOX, each offering fun and educational experiences for artists of any age. Created by instructor Kim Bavington, each ART BOX includes all the supplies needed to create three cool art projects, along with exclusive video tutorials containing all instruction needed. Cost is $95 each.

10. Contemporary West Dance Theater is celebrating its 14th annual African American History Month dance series with a masterful collection of ballets that pay homage to the African American experience. Purchase a ticket on EventBrite to stream the video online, from the comfort of home. Viewings will start March 4, 2021 at 7 p.m. and close March 7, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. Viewing is continuous and can be watched at anytime throughout the days.

11. The ultimate Elvis impersonator, Justin Shandor, is performing March 5 at the Italian American Club.Enjoy a buffet dinner at 6:30 p.m. followed by the show at 8.

12. LINQ Promenade’s Virtual Reality (VR) Adventures has reopened. Guests wear high-tech goggles to be transported into each VR Adventures experience. Unlike other video games, VR Adventures requires gamers to use hand movement, walk, sidestep or jump to explore or fly through its several unique and exhilarating virtual worlds, including Jungle River Raft, Haunted Elevator, Roller Coaster, Race Car Simulator, Trip Around the World and more. The attraction has enhanced health and sanitation protocols in place and is open daily.

13. Taste Buzz Food Tours has partnered with The Little Vegas Chapel to offer a safe, socially instanced solution for couples looking to tie the knot during the pandemic. Packages start at $390 and include a ceremony and a three-hour public walking food tour through the Arts District. Additional ceremony upgrades are available as well, including the option to add up to 6 wedding guests and a special appearance by Elvis.

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