Here is a list of 13 things to do this week in the Las Vegas valley for Jan. 29 through Feb. 4:
1. A Public Fit Theatre Company presents "Talley's Folly" by Lanford Wilson on Jan. 29 on stage at The Inspire on Las Vegas Boulevard. Cocktails will kick off the evening at 6:30 p.m. Directed by Ann-Marie Pereth.
2. The Moonshiners, who describe their music as "Prohibition pop," will perform Jan. 29 on the stage inside Downtown Container Park. Popular mash ups by the 5-piece cover band include "Welcome to the Jungle" by Guns N' Roses, Rick James' "Superfreak" and "Royals" by Lorde.
3. "Why can't I be Ms. Pink?" becomes the question of the moment in this gender reversal stage production of Quentin Tarantino's cult classic, "Reservoir Dogs." Written by Erijka Anne Soerensen, "Reservoir Dolls" is packed with gun-toting gals with killer smiles and serious intentions. Now through Feb. 2 at Onyx Theatre.
4. Rainbow Library on North Buffalo Drive is hosting the Snow Fest Craft & Gift Fair on Jan. 30. The fair will feature handmade items from crafters, artisans and gifts from sales consultants. Free admission and free raffles.
5. Big Dog's Winterfest is happening Jan. 30 at Big Dog's Brewing on North Rancho Drive. The annual event will feature 40 brews, delicious stews, live tunes, raffles and more. In addition to Big Dog's brews, there will be beer from 777 Brewpub, Banger Brewing, Ellis Island, Great Basin Brewing Company, Hop Nuts, Joseph James Brewing, Tenaya Creek Brewing and and many others.
6. The Zombie Paintball Express rides again on Jan. 30 at Bonnie Springs Ranch. Each ride is 15-20 minutes long and includes 200 paintballs. Must be 10 and older. Tickets are $30 per ride and first ride is at 6 p.m.
7. Rising country star and Las Vegas native Sierra Black will showcase her talents with two free shows at Santa Fe Station on Jan. 29 and 30. Black began singing when she was 6 years old and recently released a new single titled "Casino." She's performed alongside some of the biggest names in country, including Joe Nichols, Little Big Town and Keith Urban.
8. If you love steampunk, head to Main Street Station/California Casino Jan. 29-31 for Steamathon 2 -- The Empire 2016. There will be steampunk fashion shows, a Victorian costume ball, the Vaudeville of Voodoo, learning experiences, costume contest, beard contest, multiple vendors and performances by Beard and Bean, Velveteen Band and others.
9. The Maximum Comics Adult Coloring Club will meet at 6 p.m. Jan. 30 at their warehouse on Post Road. Supplies and snacks provided, but feel free to bring your favorite snacks and drinks too. Open to everyone ages 18 and older. Hosted by Heather Cherry.
10. A snowshoe hike and campout will take place Jan. 30-31 at Camp Lee Canyon. Stay the night in heated, rustic group cabins. Snowshoes provided to first 20 people who register. Pancake breakfast on Sunday morning. Hikes offered for all fitness levels.
11. Kev Love hosts a Sunday night jam session every Sunday night at The Jolly Bar & Ethiopian Restaurant on West Flamingo Road. Live music, hookah, open mic, and karaoke. All musicians and artists welcome.
12. The Dark Matter Comedy Show, hosted by Adam Scott Waddle, at the Bunkhouse Saloon on Jan. 31 will feature music by The Kid Detectives and performances by comedians Matt Weigand, Jerry Koufeldt, John Oscar hein and Joe Caliz.
13. Atomic Liquors will host Not Your Father's Boiler Maker on Feb. 2. Meet the owners of Seven Stills out of San Fran, a distillery which focuses on making whiskeys from craft beers. Anthony Pullen of Bols will be behind the stick and Clockwork Owl will be serving Southern-style grub.
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