The following is a list of 13 Things To Do This Week In Las Vegas.
1. National Pancake Day is Sept. 26 and if it is also your birthday, the Sugar Factory will reward you with one free order of their limited edition Insane Double Stack Rainbow Pancakes (normally $23). Reservations are required since there is a limited quantity.
2. AREA15 is now open and it is out of this world. The massive indoor/outdoor attraction features art, shopping, food, and an indoor, electric dual-track suspension ride. Because of limited occupancy, reservations are required.
3. The annual firefighters auction to benefit the Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation is going virtual this year. The exclusive one-night event on Sept. 26 will feature ten bachelors performing and participating in a live stream; viewers can join in the live auction and bid the bachelors and unique firefighter dinners during the experience.
4. A special Las Vegas screening of "Booze, Broads & Blackjack" is happening Sept. 25 at Galaxy Theatre at Boulevard Mall. The award-winning film stars Vincent Pastore, James Duval and Vincent M. Ward. Space is limited to 40 attendees.
5. The Market Shop is celebrating its grand opening Sept. 26 at Fergusons Downtown. The Market Shop will feature a rotating selection of goods from more than 30 local makers and creatives, from home décor to health and wellness, art to accessories, and kids to snacks. It will be open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
6. Chalk & Cheers 2020: The Walking Tour Edition is happening 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 26 at Skye Canyon. Chalk artists will be spread out throughout the park and social distancing is encourage. Categories include high school student, amateur and professional.
7. Meet the artist behind the exhibit titled "Immersion/Diversion" at Core Contemporary from 7 to 8 p.m.Sept. 25. The gallery is normally open 1 to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday.
8. Sept. 29 is trivia night at Mezzo Bistro and Wine. Enjoy a fun-filled evening of great trivia and prizes and food and wine specials. Seating is limited and reservations are required.
9. Party City will be at DISCOVERY Children's Museum at 10 a.m. Sept. 26 so parents and kids can shop for their Halloween costumes parked outside of the museum. Sept. 26 is also Astronomy Day at the museum. The museum is opened 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays and noon to 5 p.m. Sundays. Closed on Mondays for deep cleaning. The Summit Tower is temporarily closed.
10. The Living Histories program on Sept. 27 at the Las Vegas Natural History Museum will feature an ancient Egyptian embalmer teaching his apprentice about mummies and pyramids. Program included with admission or membership. Masks required.
11. Mondays Dark on Sept. 28 will benefit Vegas Wish, a nonprofit organization that makes it possible for people to enjoy hockey games, concerts and other fun experiences that they may not be able to attend otherwise. This week's livestream will feature the soundtracks of Quentin Tarantino Films. The goal is to raise $10K in 90 minutes.
12. CraftHause Brewery Arts District is celebrating its 1st anniversary with a beer pairing dinner 7 to 10 p.m. Sept. 29 at Main St. Provisions. Exclusive evening of evening of spectacular beer pairings created by the team at Main St. Provisions helmed by friends, Chef Just Kingsley Hall and Kim Owens. Limited seating, social distancing required.
13. If the kids are tired of being inside all week, take them Xpolozone Trampoline Park. Attractions include an open trampoline court, trampoline wall, ninja obstacle course, dodgeball, rock climbing wall and more. Operating at 50% capacity and temperature checks/face masks required.
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