Boy Scout Troop 35 & 15 Annual Christmas Tree Sales
Event Dates and Times
1100 W. Moana lane, Reno, NV. 89502
Boy Scout Troop 35 & 15 Annual Christmas Tree Sales - Every year we hold a fundraiser for our Troop 35 & 15. The money is used to fund our troop operations such as monthly camping trips, participating in parades and sending the boys to summer camps. The boys learn skills such as cooking, camping, electronics, how to be good citizens, space exploration, etc. By exposing the scouts to many different career fields, they get a better idea of what is involved in each as well as learning many life skills such as map and compass.
Sam Reyna Christmas Tree Chairman Troop 35 775-828-4778 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sierra Watercolor Society returns to the May Museum with an exhibition of new watercolor paintings. Artists were invited to explore the theme of "Freedom of Expression" in landscapes, portraits, abstract, and other styles. All pieces will be available for purchase and visitors are invited to vote on their favorite painting to win the coveted People's Choice Award. Free admission.
Brüka Theatre proudly presents the ridiculous parody: Buttcracker 8 – The BIGGEST little Buttcracker in the world – a histerical, historical time travel adventure. This Bruka romp, a parody of the Nutcracker is back by popular demand and taking a trip through the history of Reno, celebrating 150 years of the BIGGEST little city in the world! Opening November 24, 2017 and playing through December 23, 2017. Brüka dances its pants off in this ridiculous parody based on the holiday favorite The Nutcracker. An eclectic, hilarious and original performance experience laced with Brüka’s exciting performance style with a new adventure taking Clara and the gang into a bizarre bend on the history of Reno. Directed by Mary Bennett with choreography by John Wade, Amy Ginder and the ensemble.
REMSA Center for Prehospital Education, 400 Edison Way, Reno
Before you hit the road for the holidays, make sure your children are truly safe in the car. The Regional Emergency Medical Services Authority (REMSA) is offering free car seat installation and inspection check point as part of its Point of Impact community outreach program.
REMSA’s Point of Impact program encourages parents to ensure their car seats are properly installed. A properly installed car seat can reduce the risk of death by as much as 71 percent. When visiting the checkpoint, parents should bring their child(ren) and car seat(s) and schedule about 30-45 minutes; longer for more than one seat. Staff and volunteers will check for obvious defects and determine whether the car seat appears on a national recall list. In addition, they will check the installation, correct any problems and provide education on the proper use and installation of the car seat.
Car seat installations and checkpoints are by appointment only. To sign up, please visit http://remsaeducation.enrollware.com/schedule (Click on the Car Seat Inspection Link) and select an available time slot, or call (775) 858-5437 for more information.
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