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Jazz Luminary David Benoit Launches New Henderson Festival

An interesting combination of art and music highlights the new event.

Henderson is jazzed to debut a new art and music festival. Art & All That Jazz will feature artists displaying their wares to the soundtrack of live jazz. It launches on Saturday with pianist David Benoit and 50 to 60 art tents.

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Henderson Concert Series Features Rubberband

Henderson Concert Series Features Rubberband

Another interesting concert comes to downtown Henderson this weekend.

Ryan Shupe & the Rubberband will perform a free concert at 8 p.m. Friday as part of the ArtBeat by Target series at the Henderson Events Plaza, 200 S. Water St. Pre-show activities, such as art displays, demonstrations and local musical acts, will begin at 5 p.m.

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Performances for Kids Hit Downtown This Summer

Performances for Kids Hit Downtown This Summer

A number of exciting children’s performances will take place downtown this summer.

The city of Las Vegas will present concerts and theatre especially for children of all ages this July at the Charleston Heights Arts Center and at the downtown Historic Fifth Street School.

Tickets are priced at $3 per person or $10 for a family four-pack for each of the four events. Large group discounts are available. Purchase tickets online at www.artslasvegas.org. For more information or to purchase tickets by telephone, call 229-6383 or 229-3515.

  • Leland Faulkner will perform his “World of Wonder” show at 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Wednesday, July 6, at the Charleston Heights Arts Center at 800 S. Brush St. The “World of Wonder” is theatre designed for the whole family — a show that combines the amazing and lost art of shadowgraphs (hand shadows), comedy, a mime's skill, an actor’s imagination and the conjuror's craft.

Surplus Auction Offers Cars, Trucks from Government Agencies

Surplus Auction Offers Cars, Trucks from Government Agencies

Got your eye on a used car or truck? You might want to check out a county auction this weekend.

Clark County and several public agencies will hold a spring government surplus auction at 9 a.m. Saturday at a county storage lot at 4320 Stephanie St., off Flamingo Road near Dog Fancier’s Park.

The auctions are held three times each year and feature items used by government agencies ranging from cars and trucks to office equipment and computers. Anyone interested in bidding on items at the auction is urged to pre-register during a preview period three days prior to the sale from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday through Friday. Prospective bidders can view items to be sold at the auction during the preview. Preview and pre-registration activities are held in the location on Stephanie Street as the auction.

“These auctions usually attract large crowds, and they start promptly,” said David Johnson, manager of the County’s Automotive Division.

Baseball and College Life for Hinman Elementary Students

Baseball and College Life for Hinman Elementary Students

The College of Southern Nevada is giving a group of elementary students a little fun time at the ballpark by hosting the Hinman Elementary School Family Night Out this afternoon.

As part of the CSN Henderson campus/Hinman Elementary Communities In Schools Partnership, Hinman Elementary students and their families will receive free admission to the Coyotes baseball game at Morse Stadium on the CSN Henderson campus (700 College Drive, Henderson).

As an active community partner of Communities In Schools of Nevada (CIS), the leading drop out prevention program in the state of Nevada, the CSN Henderson campus has played an integral role in providing support to students at Hinman Elementary. CSN volunteers have coordinated baseball and softball clinics, participated in Hinman Reading Week, and judged science fairs.

“We know how challenging it can be to find inexpensive family activities.

CAI Nevada Accepting Nominations for Annual Heroes Awards

CAI Nevada Accepting Nominations for Annual Heroes Awards

The Nevada chapter of the Community Associations Institute (CAI), a national membership organization for HOA management companies, volunteer board members, professional service providers and business partners, is hosting its annual Heroes Awards to honor everyday individuals who have displayed acts of bravery and community mindedness in the spirit of 9/11.

The Heroes Awards originated in 2002 from an overwhelming desire to remember those lost and to recognize those involved in the relief efforts of 9/11. It is now an annual commemorative event for CAI Nevada.

High Schoolers Win Laptops for Green Essays

High Schoolers Win Laptops for Green Essays

The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) in partnership with Coca-Cola awarded laptop computers to the 40 winners of an essay contest that asked local high school seniors to write a 500-word essay on how they can reduce their carbon footprint by using the services offered by the RTC.

"The level of participation was remarkable. We received hundreds of essays from students on how they use our growing transit system, bicycling amenities and other environmentally friendly services to reduce our carbon footprint," RTC General Manager Jacob Snow said.

The essay contest was open to all high school seniors graduating in 2011. Each essay was judged equally on its content and the quality of the writing.