Gnome hits the slopes, enjoys downtown Reno to promote Reno-Tahoe to travelers from Mexico.
Nevada Historical Society hosts the free event
Free performances by the White Crane Lion Dancers are set for Jan. 27-29 and Feb. 3-5 in the casino’s mezzanine area.
State park offers a fee-free hike — or snowshoe, if we get weather — on Jan. 1.
Visit U.C. Davis facility this holiday season; Family Science Day is Jan. 5.
Dickens Boys and other musical groups are set to perform.
A 15-minute pyrotechnics display is set for midnight Dec. 31.
The Nevada Historical Society event will have kids activities, as well as showcase local authors, artisans and Nevada heritage.
The Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum is set to open Sept. 10 in Reno. The kids' museum is full of hands-on exhibits grouped into seven galleries, the centerpiece of which is the two-story Cloud Climber, a climbing structure enclosed by netting.
“If the USOC does decide to proceed with a bid for 2022, we think we have a great opportunity to be that bid city,” Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki, who also serves as chairman for the Reno Tahoe Winter Games Coalition, was quoted as saying in Sunday’s Reno Gazette-Journal.