Lattin Farms Fall Festival
Lattin Farms - 1955 McLean Road, Fallon, NV 89406
This year you will find Nevada's Sesquicentennial Corn Maze, the pumpkin patch, Kid's Korner, Goat Days, the Scarecrow Factory, Crafters Market, and the pumpkin tower.
We are a "Signature Event" as part of Nevada's Sesquicentennial Celebration.
"The Parade of the Princesses" High Tea
14 Austin Weed Heights Yerington, NV 89447
Be our guest at the Ice Castle for the snow flake soiree! This magical Tea is complete with four traditional courses of delectable delights, over the top ambiance and entertainment. Featuring The University of Nevada, Reno Fraternity of Music Performers
Through A Child's Eyes Foundation (775) 463-9501, tacefoundation.org
GLOBAL LATINO SUMMIT
The 2014 Global Latino Summit is a GROUNDBREAKING online conference featuring daily inspirational sessions with some of the world’s most influential Hispanic trailblazers and thought leaders.
We have brought together more than 25 leading Latino philanthropists & entrepreneurs and asked each of them to reflect on and share the personal success strategies that have led them to become such prolific servant leaders. We’ve done this so that YOU can be inspired by their amazing stories, model after their success and duplicate it in your own life!
The Global Latino Summit will support you to grow and develop in 4 main areas:
1.CAREER/BUSINESS: Expand and excel in your career
2.WEALTH: Grow in your career and create your professional legacy
3.SERVANT LEADERSHIP: Learn how to share your vision with the world
4.RELATIONSHIPS: Learn how to find and keep your life partner, even as a busy professional
This unique online broadcast is being made available FREE OF CHARGE and will help all listeners improve their skills, refine their goals, and receive the motivation to change their lives for the better. Every weekday during Hispanic Heritage month, a featured speaker will offer you practical advice on how to secure stronger relationships, businesses, and careers.
Sessions will play at 9am PDT every weekday. Replays will be available for up to 24 hours after each session airs (8:59am PDT the following day). Recordings are available for purchase through an Early Bird Discount now!
Animal Ark Harvest Festivals
Animal Ark Wildlife Sanctuary, 1265 Deerlodge Road, Reno NV 89506
Autumn is here and we celebrate by inviting you to join us as we provide each of our wild residents a pumpkin filled with delicious treats. Bring your cameras and watch our predators try to get into the pumpkin to devour the goodies inside.
Info@AnimalArk.org, 775-970-3111, www.facebook.com/AnimalArk.Nevada
Big Crush Harvest Festival
Participating Wineries, Amador County, California
October 4th & 5th, 2014 - Declare your “Big Crush” on Amador County Wine Region!
Each year, we celebrate the grape harvest by inviting our friends to join our 40 member wineries and get in on this most exciting time of year. BIG CRUSH is a grand time to see the harvest in action and this year will be no exception. Saturday, October 4th & Sunday, October 5th, 2014 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. you’re invited to see the Crush in full swing. Scenes of teeming vineyards, trudging tractors, bustling crush pads are accompanied by incomparable non-stop Amador wine region hospitality! Creative food & wine pairings, a variety of live music, and harvest activities are presented by warm & friendly family wineries.
Please join us and enjoy the sights, sounds, and aromas of this exciting harvest season. Tickets for the “Big Crush,” are good for wine tasting, food and all activities - $40 pp in advance for the weekend. Sunday only tickets are $30 pp in advance. Tickets are $5 more the day of the event. Each ticket includes a commemorative wine glass. Tickets will be sold online at www.amadorwine.com. A ticket for your designated driver is only $10. Please drive responsibly and enjoy all that Big Crush weekend has to offer.
For more information on Amador’s “Big Crush” call 1-888-655-8614, e-mail email@example.com or visit the Amador Vintners website at www.amadorwine.com.
Jennifer Pechette, 888-655-8614, firstname.lastname@example.org
4th Annual Sacramento Aloha Festival
Cal Expo, 1600 Exposition Blvd, Sacramento, Ca 95815
SACRAMENTO, CA – The Fourth Annual Sacramento Aloha Festival will celebrate Sacramento’s rich Polynesian culture. Since it’s in inaugural festival in 2011, the event has attracted thousands of attendees, various vendors, many tastes of foods and exciting entertainment.
The fourth annual event promises to attract thousands of attendees.
DETAILS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
TIME - 10 AM – 6:00 PM
ADMISSION - FREE
HIGHLIGHTS - Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander (NHOPI) exhibits, workshops, presentations, arts and crafts, merchandise, food, and entertainment.
Join our mailing list at our website at www.sacalohafest.org or follow us on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/sacalohafest.
Western Heritage Festival
Victorian Square, Sparks
The Sparks Museum & Cultural Center is sponsoring the third annual Western Heritage Festival on Saturday, October 4, 2014, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The event is free to the public, drawing local and regional residents together to gain an understanding and appreciation of traditional Nevada arts and culture through experiential learning. The main festival events will occur in the Lillard Railroad Park and on the sidewalks of Victorian Avenue between 14th Street and Pyramid Way in historic downtown Sparks, Nevada. Drawing from a rich heritage of ranching, railroading and mining, the Western Heritage Festival allows visitors to experience the unique diversity of Northern Nevada and the Reno-Tahoe region. Performances by authentic Cowboy’s such as Walt “Bimbo” Cheney, one of the original Cowboy Poets hailing from Elko, Nevada and a Fiddlers Showcase are a few of the highlights. The line-up of Western musicians, singers and fiddlers brings together some of the region’s most talented yet often little known performers. Pow Wow drummers, the Eagle Wing Dancers and a Folkloric Dance Troupe round out the entertainment for the afternoon. On-going activities and demonstrations throughout the day, include: Saddle Making Native American Basket Making Quilting Spinning Tule Duck Making Blacksmithing Lariat Basket Making Leather Stamping Children’s Dummy Roping Wild Burros Artists Crafters
This is a family oriented event.
Event Price: Free
Event Organization: Sparks Museum & Cultural Center