February 26, 2012

5 Things To Do This Week

Ok, first of all, is it Monday already? And second of all, is it the 27th already? Wowsa, where has February gone?  We've been in Las Vegas this week visiting with family, doing a ton of crafts that I can't wait to share with you and taking in the warm, sunny weather. Meanwhile in Reno life carries on. Between story times and a cheap, family-friendly Irish music concert there's certainly plenty to do this week.

This is only a sampling of all that our events calendar has to offer. A couple cool features of our calendar that might tickle your fancy:

  • updated weekly

  • spans out for events throughout the year, making it easier for you to plan

  • you can choose the format, since we all like things different. Not sure how to make this happen? Check out this quick little guide


1.  Come in from the Cold Series at Bartley Ranch- The Blarney Band

This week's totally cheap and awesome concert: The Blarney Band, a duo who plays traditional Irish music. Just in time to get into the St. Patrick's Day groove. 

2. Reno Youth Jazz Orchestra at Discovery Museum.

Put those season passes to good use or get more bang for your $8 admission this Saturday at the Discovery Museum. Enjoy the Reno Youth Jazz Orchestra as great background music while enjoying the Discovery Museum. Have a budding musician? They can talk with the members of the Orchestra after their concert.

3. Story Time at Sundance

Take the children to the charming Sundance Bookstore on the corner of California Ave. for a storytime that shares stories, rhymes, songs, and activities. For children ages 3-6 and free. A nice little walk around the charming California Avenue before or after would make it a charming outing.

4. Washoe County Library System- Story Times

Throughout the week the local libraries host a slew of awesome storytimes. Preschool, toddler, baby, princess, the children can even read to a gentle therapy dog! I invite you to take a look at all the different types of story times here and for the dates and times visit the Washoe County Library’s website.


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