THURSDAY-SUNDAY, JANUARY 23-26
VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN CARSON VALLEY
Celebrate the awe-inspiring beauty and grandeur of the most majestic birds on the planet and the past and future of our local agriculture at Eagles and Agriculture. A couple of great events may still have openings, so don’t delay purchasing your tickets. The event kicks off Thursday evening, Jan 23 with the Opening Reception and Photography Exhibit, featuring spectacular works of area wildlife photographers. And the highly popular Falconers’ Dinner takes place Friday evening, Jan 24 at the Carson Valley Inn. At the dinner, you’ll get an up-close look at impressive raptors and their handlers. For more info about Eagles and Agriculture and the full schedule of events this weekend, please visit Business.CarsonValleyNV.org.
THURSDAY-SATURDAY, JANUARY 23-25
PIONEER UNDERGROUND & LEX NIGHTCLUB
You never know what can happen when you say “hell yes” to a dare. That’s exactly what Will C. did 25 years ago at The World Famous Comedy Store in La Jolla, CA. It was then that the comedy bug bit and latched onto him, and he never shook it loose going forward. Since then, he has toured around the US and Canada, offering “quick wit, over the top goofiness, and the ability to relate to his audiences. He has also been writing and acting, and killing it in comedy competitions across the country. Click HERE for a video of Will C doing his thing! For tickets to see him live at one of his five stand-up performances this weekend, visit RenoTahoeComedy.com.
FRIDAY-SUNDAY, JANUARY 24-26
PIONEER CENTER for the PERFORMING ARTS
What would happen if Sherlock Holmes and Monty Python had an illegitimate Broadway baby? You’d get The Play That Goes Wrong. Touted by The New York Times as a “gut-busting hit,” and by Huffpost as “the funniest play Broadway has ever seen,” this Broadway & London’s award-winning smash comedy takes the stage at The Pioneer for five hilarious performances. It’s a classic murder mystery chock-full of mishaps and madcap mania, and is fully expected to bring down the house. Learn more about the show and purchase tickets in advance at PioneerCenter.com or at the Pioneer Box Office M-F (11 am-6 pm) and 2 hours prior to showtime.
BEGINS FRIDAY, JANUARY 24 THROUGH SUNDAY, JANUARY 16 (THUR-SUN)
RENO LITTLE THEATRE
One of world’s most beloved murder mysteries begins this weekend in Midtown. Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express loads a train full of suspects and an alibi for each one. It’s the perfect mystery for the world famous detective Hercule Poirot, n’est-ce pas. Wax your mustache, hold on to your passport, and get ready for a suspenseful, thrilling ride aboard the legendary Orient Express at Reno Little Theatre. Visit RenoLittleTheatre.org showtimes and dates, as well as info about Thirsty Thursday and discounts for seniors, military and students.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 25 (5:30-10:30 pm)
NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE MUSEUM – 10 S. Lake Street, Downtown Reno
It’s been 100 years since the roaring 20’s! What better way to celebrate the centennial marking than to also support youth tennis at A Roaring 20’s Gala! Sierra Junior Tennis Association is throwing it’s annual fundraising bash in an effort to quadruple the group’s outreach, providing free tennis and learning programs to under-resourced youth in Northern Nevada. Last year, they touched the lives of 1,000 children. This year’s goal is to reach 4,000! Learn more about SJTA and join the fun at the National Automobile Museum, by visiting SierraJuniorTennis.org. If trying to purchase last-minute tickets, email email@example.com.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 25 (7-10 pm)
WHITNEY PEAK HOTEL – 3RD FLOOR
It’s time to get wild in Reno! “Friends of Black Rock-High Rock” hosts the Wild & Scenic Film Festival showing Saturday night at Whitney Peak Hotel! The annual event offers viewings of award-winning films that focus on adventure, activism and conservation. The fun doesn’t stop there! In addition to 3 hours of inspiring films, Wild & Scenic includes a special raffle for two Burning Man tickets and a cool silent auction with oodles of other great prizes. Learn more about the festival, and about the benefits of joining “Friends of Black Rock-High Rock” at BlackRockDesert.org.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 25 (8 pm)
NUGGET CASINO RESORT – Nugget Ballroom, Sparks, NV
Attention all beer lovers!! It’s the event that you’ve been waiting for since last year! Brew HaHa is a super fun benefit for Sierra Arts Foundation, featuring a huge selection of micro and macro Beer tasting plus live music featuring The Garage Boys. The high energy, 100% organic rock band out of Las Vegas will keep you entertained while you explore all of the tasty beer and stroll the artists’ village, featuring the works of 40 local artists. Learn more about options for ticket levels, and save when you purchase ahead of the event at NuggetCasinoResort.com.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 25 (9 pm)
HARRAH’S RENO – Sammy’s Showroom
I’m not sure how long this show is going to be around based on the news that Harrah’s Reno is closing it’s doors after 82 years of entertaining The Biggest Little City. Ignite, Harrah’s steamy burlesque show heats up historic Sammy’s Showroom, and is “a fiery exploration of the things that heat you up- passion, desire, adrenaline- an explosion of sensations to put a little pink in your cheeks, a drop in your jaw, and a fiery roar of laughter in your belly.” Learn more and purchase tickets in advance at Caesar.com.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 25 (10 pm)
Let the easy-going gangsta rap of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony lull you into their groove at LEX Nightclub Saturday night. Since releasing their debut album in 1993, the group has produced a dozen studio albums. The group has received several award nominations, and landed a Soul Train Music Award and a Grammy for the 1996 hit “The Crossroads.” Other popular Bone Thugs-N-Harmony hits include “Thuggish Ruggish Bone” and “1st of Tha Month.” Purchase tickets to see the group live at GrandSierraResort.com.
ANY OF THESE FABULOUS NEARBY SKI RESORTS
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EVERY WEDNESDAY (5-8 pm)
COFFEE N’ COMICS – 941 W. Moana Lane, Reno
Join the fun of friendly competition and meeting others who enjoy the same. Wednesday Game Night happens every Wednesday evening from 5-8 pm at Coffee N/ Comics in Reno. What’s your favorite board game to play? Monopoly? Yahtzee? Heads Up? Bring your favorite games to play with your friends and/or others, and you’ll receive 15% off your drinks for the evening. Visit CoffeeComics.com for more about other events on Coffee N’ Comics’ calendar, including Open Mic Stand Up Night, the Story Telling Series, and Pass the DJ.