The Weekend Warrior (Mar 5-8)

FIRST THURSDAY FEAT. ARIZONA JONES
THURSDAY, MARCH 5 (5-7 pm)
NEVADA MUSEUM OF ART

It’s First Thursday!  You know what that means?  It’s time to kick off the weekend and the month.  We’re invited to get out, listen to some fun music, enjoy a little art, indulge in our favorite beverage, mingle and take pleasure in the company of friends and new acquaintances. This weekend, one of Reno’s more popular bands, Arizona Jones, brings a carefree energy and puts “their rockin’ spin on classic R&B from the 60’s and 70’s.”  Beverages are served by Great Basin Brewing Company and Whispering Vine Wine Company.  Learn more and buy tickets in advance at NevadaArt.org.

JESSICA MICHELLE SINGLETON
THURSDAY-SATURDAY, MARCH 5-7
PIONEER UNDERGROUND & LEX NIGHTCLULB

Don’t let this innocent looking photo fool you.  Jessica Michelle Singleton brings just enough naughty to her stand-up comedy to give an edginess to her performance.  She “combines introspective observations and vulnerable personal stories, coupled with ideas from what some people refer to as a hyperactive, weird and slightly deranged imagination to make people laugh so hard they cry…”  Singleton has been traveling the globe, spreading her humor to audiences around North America, Europe, Africa and Asia.  She is here in Reno for 5 funny stand-up performances, so catch her at one of them.  Visit RenoTahoeComedy.com for showtimes and ticket sales.

JOE NIPOTE
THRU SUNDAY, MARCH 8

LAUGH FACTORY – INSIDE THE SILVER LEGACY

Funnyman, actor and talented voiceover artist Joe Nipote takes the stage at Laugh Factory to make you smile and laugh the entire way through.  This quick-witted comedian originally from Southfield, Michigan has made a name for himself since 1980, opening for major headliners in Las Vegas, Lake Tahoe and Atlantis, co-starring in several movies and the Paramount series “Viper” and touring the country doing stand-up.  Click here for a great example of Nipote’s spirit on-stage and with his audience.  See him live at one of his many appearances this weekend at LaughFactory.com.

JORDAN WORLD CIRCUS
FRIDAY, MARCH 6-SUNDAY, MARCH 8

RENO-SPARKS LIVESTOCK EVENTS CENTER

The aroma of cotton candy and buttered popcorn, the excitement of building music, the bravery of acrobats and tightrope walkers, and the courage of motorcyclists taking on the “globe of death.”  Experience all this and more at Jordan World Circus, coming to The Biggest Little City this weekend.  It wouldn’t be the circus without highly trained and skilled elephants and tigers, and Jordan World Circus has them.  Don’t miss this treat for the whole family!  For tickets in advance, please visit the Facebook Events Page.

NOISES OFF!
FRIDAY, MARCH 6- SATURDAY, APRIL 4 (DAYS VARY BY WEEK)
GOOD LUCK MACBETH THEATRE

It’s opening weekend of Michael Frayn’s Noises Off at Good Luck Macbeth Theatre this weekend!  The play, brimming with slapstick comedy, takes a fond look at the follies of theatre folk, whose susceptibility to out-of-control egos, memory loss, and passionate affairs turn every performance into a high-risk adventure. It is more specifically a play-within-a-play that captures a touring theatre troupe’s production of ‘Nothing On’ in three stages: dress rehearsal, the opening performance, and a performance towards the end of a debilitating run.  Frayne gives us a window into the inner workings of theatre behind the scenes, progressing from flubbed lines and missed cues in the dress rehearsal to mounting friction between cast members in the final performance. This delightful production runs through April 4!  For tickets and more info, please visit GoodLuckMacbeth.org.

TLC
SATURDAY, MARCH 6 (8 pm)

NUGGET CASINO RESORT – NUGGET BALLROOM

Transport yourself back to the early 90’s, when TLC topped the charts with #1 single fan-favorites like “Creep,” “Waterfalls,” “No Scrubs,” “Unpretty” and more!  The group’s accolades include 4 career Grammy Awards, 5 MTV Video Music Awards, and 5 Soul Train Music Awards and more! TLC is down one member, Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, as she tragically died in an auto accident in 2002, but remaining members Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins and Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas carried on, finishing their 4th studio album in 2002, and in 2017 producing their self-titled 5th album.  They light up the Grand Sierra stage with their cool energy for one night only!  Purchase tickets online to see TLC live at GrandSierraResort.com.

SNOWFEST
THRU SUNDAY, MARCH 8
SEVERAL LOCATIONS NORTH LAKE TAHOE 

Snowfest,North Lake Tahoe’s awesome 10-day celebration of winter, offers plenty of fun for locals and visitors alike.  The event proceeds benefit local non-profits, public programs, student organizations and scholarships in the North Lake Tahoe community.  For full details of what is happening in the final days of Snowfest, visit TahoeSnowFest.com.  Here is a summary of events happening this weekend!

Thursday, March 5: West Shore Market Cornhole Tournament, Meet the Avalanche Rescue Dogs of Squaw Valley
Friday, March 6: Bridgetender’s 11th Annual RIbfest,”A Night in New Orleans” with Ike and Martin, Blake Apalooza at Blue Agave
Saturday, March 7:  North Tahoe Public Utility District Pancake Breakfast, Dress Up Your Dog event, Snowfest Parade in Kings Beach, Alaskan Open Snow Golf Tournament, Home play live at Hacienda del Lago.

THE BEACH BOYS
SATURDAY, MARCH 7 (8 pm)
SILVER LEGACY – GRANDE EXPOSITION HALL

I’m not sure where the sound of The Beach Boys takes you, but for me, I’m instantly swept away to the Santa Cruz Beach boardwalk to a much simpler time. This iconic throwback band certainly elicits memories of walking the strand and hearing these instantly recognizable tunes. The Beach Boys are likely to bring back favorites this weekend like “Wouldn’t It Be Nice,” “Surfin’ USA,” I Get Around” and “Kokomo” come to mind.  If you want to see The Beach Boys live, don’t wait to buy tickets.  Get them online now at SilverLegacyReno.com.

311
SATURDAY, MARCH 7 (8 pm)
GRAND SIERRA RESORT – GRAND THEATRE

You might be wondering why the band 311 is named 311…  Well, it just so happens that it originated from the police code “311” that indicates indecent exposure.  This came after the band’s original guitarist was arrested for streaking in their hometown of Omaha, Nebraska.  Naughty boy!  The rest is history.  The band went on to produce 13 studio albums, 2 live albums, 4 compilation albums, 4 EPs and 4 DVDs.  311 produced popular hits like “All Mixed Up” in 1995 “Beautiful Disaster” and 1997. Enjoy their unique blend of alternative-rock, reggae-rock, funk-rock and alternative-metal Saturday night.  Get tickets to see them live in Reno at GrandSierraResort.com asap.

GINUWINE
SATURDAY, MARCH 7 (10:30 pm)
LEX NIGHTCLUB

R&B artist Ginuwine, makes a stop in Reno’s Grand Sierra Resort for a late night of live music and his greatest hits.  Groove to fan-favorites like “Pony” (has nearly 98,000,000 views on YouTube), “Differences” and “So Anxious,”  Ginuwine has enjoyed a fruitful career, having released a number of multi-platinum and platinum-selling albums and singles, becoming one of R&B’s top artists during the late 1990s and early 2000s.  If you want to party late into the night and early morning hours at the GRS, you may want to get your tickets now at LEXNightclub.com.

ART CLASSES & WORKSHOPS
ALL WEEKEND
NEVADA MUSEUM OF ART – 160 W Liberty St, Reno

Perhaps you’re in the mood to get creative and bring out your inner artist this weekend!  Here are the classes and workshops offered to the Nevada Museum of Art:

Thursday, Mar 5- Life Drawing: Open Studio.  Explore a variety of media while working freely from nude models.  Both male and female models will be posed and drawn. Age 18+ (15+ with instructor approval).
Friday, Mar 6- Book Arts: Coptic-Style Hardcover Journal.  Create a beautiful hardcover journal with exposed sewing on the spine and inventive book covers. Age 15+
Saturday & Sunday, Mar 7 & 8- Edward Hopper Inspired Oil Landscape Painting.  Re-create a “master copy” of Edward Hopper’s fine art. Age 15+

Visit NevadaArt.org for this weekend’s schedule, registration info,
and to learn more about upcoming classes and workshops!
COMING IN APRIL18 & 19!
TICKETS ON SALE…

THE LITTLE MERMAID BALLET
SATURDAY, APRIL 18 (8 pm) & SUNDAY, APRIL 19 (2 pm)
PIONEER CENTER for the PERFORMING ARTS

The Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts goes “Under the Sea” April 18 & 19 when A.V.A. Ballet Theatre presents The Little Mermaid.  Choreographed by Alexander Van Alstyne, The Little Mermaid is the captivating story of a beautiful mermaid and her dreams of becoming a human. A dashing prince, a sea witch, crabs, and jovial eels have starring roles in this fantasy adventure. The classic story is filled with mesmerizing dance, intrigue, and is fun for the entire family. The Reno Philharmonic Orchestra with Laura Jackson will perform the exciting score.  Select and purchase your tickets early for best seats by visiting PioneerCenter.com.  Tickets may also be purchased at the Pioneer Box Office M-F, 11 am-6 pm and 2 hours before each show.

YOUR LOCAL SKI CONDITIONS AND LIFT STATUS
ANYDAY
CHOOSE AN AWESOME LOCAL RESORT

While winter decided to make her mini comeback last weekend with 1 to 1.5 feet of additional snow on the base, skiers and boarders are hopeful that our typical March resurgence of winter will come through in the coming weeks!  Forecasters predict more precipitation this weekend, but just how much will fall?  Check your favorite snow riding resorts below for conditions and lift status:

WHAT THE FED’S SURPRISE INTEREST RATE CUT
MEANS FOR MORTGAGE RATES
Per Realtor.Magazine/Daily-News, “On Tuesday, the Federal Reserve announced its first emergency rate cut since the financial crisis due to mounting concerns over the economic impact from a potential coronavirus outbreak in the U.S.”  Just what kind of impact does this potentially have for mortgage rates?  Learn more at Realtor.Magazine/Daily-News as you may consider refinancing your current mortgage now.  And if you need a referral to a great lender to do that, email me now!
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Posted on March 5, 2020 at 7:28 pm
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The Weekend Warrior (Feb 27-Mar 1)

JUSTIN RUPPLE AND MIKE FALZONE
THURSDAY-SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27-29
PIONEER UNDERGROUND
Just try to keep Justin Rupple away from Reno!  After one hell of a funny performance Valentine’s Weekend at LEX Nightclub, the talented vocal impressionist and super entertaining comedian is back.  He is joined by Mike Falzone who has made a name for himself on YouTube and LA comedy clubs. Get a flavor for each comedian’s style by watching Rupple’s Demo Video and Falzone’s “I Love My Pet Day.”  These two headliners’ show commemorates Reno Tahoe Comedy’s 9th Birthday!  Visit RenoTahoeComedy.com to buy tickets and celebrate at the Pioneer Underground.
SHEN YUN
FRIDAY-SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28-MARCH 1
PIONEER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS


Everyone loves a great story, and Chinese culture has 5,000 years full of them. Historic epics, timeless literary classics, and mystical folklore make up Shen Yun’s world of deities and magic. Each of the four performances includes short dance stories of heroes who battle demons, fly up to the heavens, and visit deep-sea palaces. Packed with action, courage, and humor, these tales embody the wisdom and virtues of ancient China. It’s 5,000 years of civilization—reborn!  Purchase tickets in advance at PioneerCenter.com, or at the Pioneer Box Office M-F 11 am-6 pm and 2 hours before each show.

THE CHILDREN
THURS-SAT, FEBRUARY 27-29 (7:30 pm)

BRÜKA THEATRE – 99 N. Virginia Street, Downtown Reno

Brüka Theatre’s 27th Season
 continues with a fantastical, sci-fi drama, The Children.  A transfer from London’s Royal Court Theatre, The Children was Lucy Kirkwood’s first Broadway play that debuted in 2017.  It tells the story of two retired scientists who have settled into an isolated cottage by the sea as the world around them crumbles, when an old friend arrives with a frightening request. The Children is a cautionary tale for apocalyptic times.  Intrigued?  Learn more and purchase tickets to one of the many performances over the next couple of weeks at Brüka.org.

SNOWFEST
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28-SUNDAY, MARCH 8
SEVERAL LOCATIONS NORTH LAKE TAHOE 


Though snow has been limited in the last couple of months, that certainly won’t stop us from honoring it!  Snowfest is a 10-day celebration of winter and North Lake Tahoe’s community efforts to benefit local non-profits, public programs, student organizations and scholarships.  Highlights of the festival include fireworks in Tahoe City opening night, Tahoe City’s spirited Winterfest parade, Gar Wood’s 31st annual Polar Bear Swim, games and activities for kiddos, and so much more.  Just visit TahoeSnowFest.com for all the fun details and the schedule of events.

LEGO BATTLEBOTS
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29
DISCOVERY MUSEUM


Do you have a little robotics engineer on your hands?  Looking for something fun that will challenge him/her this weekend?  The Discovery Museum hosts a workshop for children itching to build the ultimate BattleBot using LEGO® Mindstorm robotics. Participants test their bot’s capabilities when they pit it against their fellow participants’s bots in head-to-head, sumo-style battle. The objective? Push the competitor’s bot out of the ring to declare victory!  Age 5-8 bot-builders engage from 10-11:30 am and kiddo’s age 9-12 build and compete from 1-4 pm.  For more info and to register, visit NVDM,org.

TEDx UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29 (8 am-4 pm)
RENO-SPARKS CONVENTION CENTER


Are you new to TED?  TED is short for Technology, Entertainment, Design. And although TED began in 1984 as a conference where these three topics converged, today TED conferences cover all topics, from science to business to global issues.  TEDx University of Nevada is a local gathering where live TED-like talks and performances are shared with our community. It’s a day full of deep thought, exciting new ideas and community networking.  Tickets are on sale until they are sold out, so hop online to checkout the lineup of speakers and purchase tickets now, at TEDxUniversityOfNevada.org.

RENO 1868 FC vs SAN DIEGO LOYAL SC
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29 (12:00 pm)
GREATER NEVADA FIELD – 250 EVANS AVE, DOWNTOWN RENO


It’s SOCCER TIME!!  And our very own Reno 1868 FC take on the San Diego Loyal SC in the first home match of the season.  Last year, our guys finished 2nd in the Western Conference of the United Soccer League.  San Diego makes its debut in the 2020 season as an expansion team.  How will the duel unfold on the field?  Watch and find out, whether streaming live or purchasing tickets at Reno1868FC.com.  OH… and don’t forget to wear your blue, silver/gray and gold to support our team!

ART CLASSES & WORKSHOPS
ALL WEEKEND
NEVADA MUSEUM OF ART – 160 W Liberty St, Reno


Challenge yourself with a new skill, or sharpen the skills you have.  Whatever your level of expertise may be, you’ll always find a fun class or workshop to help you meet your artistic goals at the Nevada Museum of Art.  Here are the classes offered this weekend:
Thursday, Feb 27: Intro to Watercolors.  Great for beginners who would like to experiment with watercolor techniques in an instructive setting, this class is designed for anyone who would like to explore the medium of watercolor without the commitment.
Friday, Feb 28: Fused Glass Earring and Pendant Workshop.  Learn to cut flat glass, use frits, stringers, dichroic sparkly glass, and even pebbles to create beautiful hand-made jewelry.
Saturday & Sunday, Feb 29 & Mar 1: Glass Bead Workshop.  Create five or more beads in this 3-hour intensive, introductory glass-blowing course taught by Mantra Glass Art.
Visit NevadaArt.org for this weekend’s schedule, registration info,
and to learn more about upcoming classes and workshops!

KORN & BREAKING BENJAMIN
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29 (7pm)
RENO EVENT CENTER 


Are you up for a fun night of hard-hitting alternative metal?  You’re in luck!  Korn is heading to Reno Saturday night with fan favorites like “Falling Away From Me,” “Coming Undone” and “Got The Life.”  As an added bonus, Break Benjamin is touring with Korn.  Also classified as an alternative rock, post-grunge band, the group holds nothing back in hits like “The Diary of Jane” and “I Will Not Bow.”  Enjoy both bands for an unforgettable night of great music at the Reno Events Center.  For tickets and more info, visit SilverLegacyReno.com.

RICHARD MARX: AN ACOUSTIC EVENING OF LOVE SONGS
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29 (8 pm)
SILVER LEGACY – GRAND EXPOSITION HALL


Calling all Richard Marx fans!  You’re in for a special treat this Saturday evening when the man who serenaded you through the late 80’s takes the stage of the Grand Exposition Hall.  Hit after hit, Marx will woo you again with mega-hits like “Hold On To The Nights,” “Right Here Waiting,” “Endless Summer Nights,” “Angelia“… The list goes on and on, and when you hear them this weekend, he’ll completely transport you to the time and places you enjoyed them “back in the day.”  Get your tickets now at SilverLegacyReno.com.

B.o.B.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29 (Doors open at 10 pm)
GRAND SIERRA RESORT – LEX NIGHTCLUB 


Enter the hop-hop world of B.o.B. late Saturday night and into Sunday morning!  Bobby Ray Simmons, Jr, better known as B.o.B. quickly rose to fame with his debut single, “Nothin’ On You,” in 2009.  The massive hit is a successful collaboration with Bruno Mars.  He also teamed up with Hayley Williams of Paramore in his 3rd released single “Airplanes.”  The release resulted in 138,000 digital downloads in its first week to the public, and peaked at #2 on the US Billboard Hot 100.  Catch B.o.B live at LEX Nightclub, and buy tickets online at GrandSierraResort.com.

ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT
SUNDAY, MARCH 1 (7-11:30 pm)
CARGO CONCERT HALL – WHITNEY PEAK HOTEL


Arrested Development
makes it’s way to Reno for a chill evening of hip-hop fun at Cargo Concert Hall! You may remember this group from the early 90’s, when popular songs like “Mr. Wendal,” “Tennessee” and “Everyday People” topped the charts.  Since then, they have been “hip-hop trailblazers” and “cultural champions of consciousness and empowerment across the planet.  Their representation of eclectic and vibrant African sounds and clothing has produced a unique clash of rhythms and style that continue to contrast the expected look and sound of hip-hop culture.”  Don’t miss them in Reno this Sunday, and purchase your tickets at EventBrite.com.

RENO TEAM SCAVENGER HUNT
DAILY
BEGINS AT IDLEWILD PARK POOL – 1805 IDLEWILD DRIVE


Get outside, and discover something new while getting some light exercise for your body and mind!  Puzzling Adventures™ cleverly combine a scavenger hunt, an adventure race, and an informative self-guided tour into one entertaining activity. Each adventure consists of a series of locations that teams are guided to via a series of questions or puzzles in order to receive your next instruction. All you need is your own mobile device and an Internet connection.  Great for teams of all ages, it’s a race against the clock to beat other teams before you.  Learn more and book your Puzzling Adventure at PuzzlingAdventures.com or EventBrite.com for a booking.

YOUR LOCAL SKI CONDITIONS AND LIFT STATUS
ANYDAY
CHOOSE AN AWESOME LOCAL RESORT


It’s not quite spring, but ski and snowboarding conditions say otherwise.  If you like groomers, your playground awaits you.  Here are the local mountain conditions this weekend:

FEATURED RESTAURANT
LIBERTY FOOD & WINE EXCHANGE

Just last weekend, I had the pleasure of revisiting Liberty Food & Wine Exchange before heading over to a Pioneer Center performance.  This hip little establishment in Downtown Reno has it going on!  Service was spot-on, the wine was refreshing, and my Pappardelle Bolognese was out of this world. I savored every bite!  Serving up the freshest organic flavors of Northern Nevada ranchers and farmers, as well as quality cocktails and wines, Liberty doesn’t miss a beat. Additionally, the boutique market offers Liberty Artisan meats and house-made breads, pastas and sauces.  Make Liberty Food & Wine Exchange your next choice for dining out in Reno!  Visit LibertyFoodandWine.com for a peak at the menu and to explore other gems established by Chef and Restauranteur Mark Estee.

THE #1 MISCONCEPTION IN THE HOME BUYING PROCESS
Home prices have risen in recent years, but compared to this same time last year, you may be surprised that home buying may be more affordable than you think.  Visit my “In-The-Know Real Estate Blog” at DeniseHallerbach.com to learn more about The #1 Misconception in the Home Buying Process.
Posted on February 27, 2020 at 2:58 pm
Denise Hallerbach | Category: Weekend Warrior | Tagged , ,

The Weekend Warrior (Jan 30-Feb 2)

KIRA SOLTANOVICH
THURSDAY-SUNDAY, JANUARY 30-FEBRUARY 1
PIONEER UNDERGROUND & LEX NIGHTCLUB

 

One of the funniest comedians to grace the stage of Pioneer Underground and LEX Nightclub will do just that this weekend!  Kira Solanovich makes her way from LA where she has been hitting it hard on the stand-up stage, late-night TV favorites, Last Comic Standing and more.  She is best known for her work on the prank-oriented reality show Girls Behaving Badly which aired on the Oxygen Network for four seasons. She also brought down the house with her self-produced, “Mother of All Comedy Specials,” You Did This To Me, while 7 months pregnant.  Kira is a must see!  So check out “Here Comes Trouble Part I” and buy tickets to one of her five performances at RenoTahoeComady.com.

 

VISION 2020: THE NEVADA ECONOMIC FORECAST
FRIDAY, JANUARY 31 (7:15 am-11:45 am)
PEPPERMILL RENO – NAPLES BALLROOM

 

No doubt, over the last several years, the economic climate of our region has changed greatly.  Are you curious as to what economists and other experts see in the near future?  Vision 2020: The Nevada Economic Forecast is a half-day set of presentations and discussion regarding the future of the Nevada economy and key industry sectors for the coming calendar year.  The College of Business at the University of Nevada, Reno hosts the public-sector elected and appointed officials, government executives, non-profit organization leaders.  Private-sector representatives are welcome and encouraged to attend Vision 2020 to learn about issues and trends that will impact their organization for the coming year.  Purchase tickets to attend at Events.UNR.edu.

 

SAL’S GREENHOUSE
THURS, JAN 30 (7-11 pm) & FRI-SAT, JAN 31-FEB 1 (8 pm-Midnight)
PEPPERMILL RENO – TERRACE LOUNGE

 

Welcome to The Peppermill Reno, Sal’s Greenhouse!!  The 9-piece powerhouse funk/soul collective out of Oakland is led by baritone saxophonist Sally Green.  Her positive vibe trickles through this cool little band that is stacked with some of the Bay Area’s finest musicians, bringing energy and chemistry, a formula for original dance music that will get you on your feet and dancing!  Check out Sal’s Greenhouse performing “Sophisticated Lady” at Sweetwater Music Hall.  Performances at Terrace Lounge are all FREE!  Learn more at Sal’s Facebook Page.

 

SUPERBOWL LIV PARTIES
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2
MULTIPLE VENUES

 

This is it!  It’s down to The San Francisco 49ers and somebody else.  Oh…. that’s right.  It’s the Kansas City Chiefs.  Undoubtedly America’s biggest television viewing event, Superbowl brings friends and family together for cheers, jeers, sneers, eating, drinking, and just good old fashioned hanging out.  Action begins at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, FL at 6:30 pm ET and brings the highest level of competition, exciting commentary and entertaining commercials for all to enjoy.  If you’re not taking in the Superbowl experience at a private party or home, you may want to watch at one of Reno-Sparks’ many fun venues.  Visit NewToReno.com for some great Superbowl event ideas!

 

HANDMADE JOURNAL & FUSED GLASS JEWELRY MAKING WORKSHOPS
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2  (JOURNAL 9 am-4 pm & JEWELRY 12-3 pm)
NEVADA MUSEUM OF ART

 

Not into football?  What to get crafty and creative instead?  The Nevada Museum of Art offers two fun workshops this Sunday you may want to join!  In the all-day, Handmade Journal Workshop, you’ll combine beautiful papers with linen, twine, lace and more to make a memorable softcover keepsake or gift.  No bookbinding experience is required.  The other workshop offered on Sunday invites us to create Fused Glass Pendants and/or Earrings.  Students will learn to cut flat glass, use frits, stringers, dichroic sparkly glass, and even pebbles to craft beautiful, hand-made jewelry.  Learn more about these classes and other events happening this weekend at NevadaArt.org.

 

GRAB YOUR BESTIES AND GO BOWLING!
ANYDAY
MULTIPLE BLOWING VENUES

 

Calling all wanna-be King-Pins!  Imagine yourself, strolling into one of Reno-Sparks’ many Bowling Centers. You hear that old familiar sound… the ball hitting the wood, the long roll down the dimly lit lane, and the distinct crash and clatter of the pins.  Hopefully the effort results in a complete demolition of the set up and the exclamation of an exuberant “STRIKE!” accompanied by a fist pump.  Enjoy a game or two with your friends/family, and discover your venue of choice at Yelp.com.

 

CHALLENGE YOUR MIND & BODY ON A CLIMBING WALL
ANYDAY
MULTIPLE VENUES

Take your mind and body to new heights at one of Reno’s awesome Climbing Facilities!  Check out the list of 4 awesome places to climb to your heart’s content:

 

MIDTOWN MURAL WALK/TOUR
ANYDAY
MULTIPLE VENUES

We’re expecting amazing, spring-like weather this weekend!  If you’re itching to get outside for some fresh air and a walk, consider checking out all of the cool art murals that are decorating Midtown Reno.  Mark your calendar if you would like to take a docent-led tour of the Midtown Mural Walk on the second Saturday of every month.  But if you’re planning to go this weekend at your own pace, the self-guided tour can be followed at ArtSpotReno.org.

 

Believe it or not, summer is just around the corner.  The bathing suit racks lining Target’s ladies’ department are my indicator that it is!  So it’s never too late to start planning your events that are quickly approaching.  Historically, Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena has brought some of the hottest names in entertainment for us to enjoy every year. Though the entire schedule of concerts is not released, a few are on the calendar.  Visit Caesars.com for ticket sales that are on sale soon, and to see the following stars headed to Lake Tahoe!
Kenny Chesney (Thursday & Friday, July 2 & 3)
Old Dominion (Friday, July 17)
Phish (Tuesday & Wednesday, July 21 & 22)

 

ENJOY SPRING SKIING CONDITIONS
ANYDAY
CHOOSE AN AWESOME LOCAL RESORT

Though we’re in the dead of “winter,” the weather is looking rather spring-like.  Are you a fare-weather skier like I am?  Then take a look at the conditions at our local resorts, pick one, and go!

PLANNING TO SELL YOUR HOME SOON?
FOLLOW THE “3 MOST IMPORTANT STEPS TO SELLING YOUR HOME”

Planning to sell your home or investment in the coming year?  Give yourself the best opportunity to sell that property more quickly for the highest possible price by following the “3 Most Important Steps to Selling Your Home.”  Learn more at DeniseHallerbach.com.

 

FEATURED RECIPES
MY FAVORITE SUPERBOWL PARTY EATS!

Over the last several years, I have drummed up quite a few favorite recipes that I have shared on my website. I have gone through and picked out the recipes I think would be a great addition to any Superbowl Party.  Here they are:

A 2.46 acre private, park-like property, no HOA, 2 RV garages plus auto garage, single-story and plenty of room to roam and store more toys.  5475 Mountain Ranch offers all of these fabulous amenities and more, and is located just 15 minutes from Mt. Rose Ski Resort, 7 minutes from Summit Shopping and 5 minutes from trail heads.  Feel like you’re away from it all when you settle into this beautiful 3,252 square foot, 3 bed/3 bath home with loft and office space. View more photos and details at Bit.ly/5475MountainRanch and schedule your appointment for a showing with Rob Skinner (775-335-6700) today. Offered for $1,350,000.

 

This beautiful home is under contract for sale and our Seller is open to accepting backup offers!  30 Tanea Court in South Reno is only 20 minutes to skiing, 10 minutes to hiking, 5 minutes from The Summit shopping, and a couple minutes to Raley’s, the library and the park. It may just be the perfect fit for you and your clan!  Located in South Reno, just off of Wedge Parkway, the homeboasts 4 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms (1 bed/1bath are downstairs), a living room, family room, dining room, breakfast nook AND bonus room!  The spacious backyard features plenty of room for a garden, and has a working pond and a storage shed. With 2,698 square feet of living space on 1/3 acre, you can’t go wrong.  Take advantage of the reduced price of $529,500!  For more information and pictures, please visit Bit.ly/30TaneaRealScout.
Posted on January 30, 2020 at 6:08 am
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Weekend Warrior (Dec 26-31)

NEVADA CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26 – WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1

VARIOUS RENO VENUES

Finish your year with refined sophistication at the Nevada Chamber Music Festival.  This season, Nevada welcomes acclaimed cellist and chamber musician Clive Greensmith in his inaugural season as Artistic Director of the festival.  The special annual musical extravaganza spans seven days, brings in two guest ensembles for the first time, and offers an array of delightful performances you won’t want to miss.  Concerts take place at three Reno churches, the Renaissance Reno Downtown Hotel and Hall Recital Hall at UNR.  Learn more at RenoChamberOrchestra.org.

CARLOS RODRIGUEZ
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26 (8 pm)

PIONEER UNDERGROUND

What happens when you grow up in a large family full of characters?  You become a quick-witted, fast-talking comedian, full of stories.  Carlos Rodriguez brings a silly, clever and approachable voice to his standup shows, drudging up deep-rooted memories of his childhood.  He extracts the humor from the simplest ideas and the most off-beat subject matter.  Catch Rodriguez live at the Pioneer Underground for one night only, and get your tickets in advance at RenoTahoeComedy.com.  Enjoy a funny clip of Rodriguez HERE.

SANTA’S CHRISTMAS WONDERLAND
THROUGH SUNDAY, DECEMBER 29

ELDORADO RESORT CASINO – ELDORADO SHOWROOM

The Eldorado Showroom has officially transformed to Santa’s Christmas Wonderland and will remain in this state until December 29!  According to USA Press, the production is a “dazzling holiday spectacular” and has been touted as the “the most-loved Christmas show of the season.”  Viewed by over 5 million people around the world, the outstanding production features glittering costumes, sensational sets, a dazzling cast and the highest kicking chorus dancers this side of the North Pole. Join Santa on his unforgettable and nostalgic Christmas journey, and get your tickets at EldoradoReno.com.

RON JOSOL
THURSDAY-SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26-28

ART TRUCKEE GALLERY & WINE BAR and PIONEER UNDERGROUND

Canadian-Filipino comedian Ron Josol makes an appearance in Truckee Thursday night, and returns to Pioneer Underground’s Reno Tahoe Comedy this weekend!  He’s the most recognizable Asian comedian in Canada, and has spent the last several years on Comedy Network, ABS-CBN Asia, Showtime Dubai, CBC, Discovery Channel, Echo, omni1&2, MTV Canada, and recently the Biography Channel Canada.  I just checked out this hilarious video of Josol doing standup and highly recommend checking it out!  As the video progressed, I found myself just laughing harder and harder.  My stomach was seriously hurting. Don’t miss his hilarious show and get your tickets at RenoTahoeComedy.com.

 
STRAIGHT NO CHASER
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27 (9 pm)
GRAND SIERRA RESORT – GRAND THEATRE

This weekend, Grand Sierra Resort brings us Straight No Chaser, a professional, and might I add handsome, a cappella group that originated in 1996 at Indiana University. You may remember that in 2007, the group’s video of “The 12 Days of Christmas” went viral on YouTube, and the rest was history. Straight No Chaser brings their vocal genius to the Grand Theatre stage this Friday!  So buy your tickets online and get more info at GrandSierraResort.com.

 
KEN JEONG
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28 (8 pm)
SILVER LEGACY – GRAND EXPOSITION HALL

Remember this hysterical actor from the movies Knocked UpHangover and Role Models?  Actor, producer, writer and comedian Ken Jeong has played doctors in multiple films and TV shows, including “Dr. Ken”, the ABC sitcom based on his own real experience of becoming an actual MD while also following the path of becoming the hilarious actor and comedian he is today.  And when I say hilarious, I mean HILARIOUS!  Click HERE to watch Josol during a standup show while skillfully handling a heckler.  Learn more about Ken Jeong and get your tickets to see him live at SilverLegacyReno.com.

 
HOLIDAY DREAMS
MULTIPLE DATES THROUGH WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1

GRAND SIERRA RESORT – GRAND THEATRE

As the 2019 Holiday Season wraps up, you may find yourself wanting just a little more!  Holiday Dreams at the Grand Sierra Resort is a fun, annual production that blends modern music, computer animation and projection mapping, and holographic techniques with live acrobats, artists and world-class performers. For more information and tickets to the exciting show, visit GrandSierraResort.com.

 
NORTHERN NIGHTS
THROUGH DECEMBER 31
INCLINE VILLAGE & CRYSTAL BAY, NV – VENUE VARIES BY EVENT

The spirit of the holidays and the wonder of winter at Lake Tahoe are yours to enjoy through New Year’s Eve!  Incline Village and Crystal Bay offer several awesome events sprinkled throughout this magical month.  This weekend, you’ll enjoy live music from fun local bands like Hellbound Glory, The Greg Golden Band, Petty Theft, California Honeydrops and Sal’s Greenhouse.  Check out the line-up for these final days of 2019 at NorthernLightsTahoe.com.

SNOWGLOBE MUSIC FESTIVAL
SUN & MON, DEC 29 & 30 (2-10 pm) & TUES, DEC 31 (3 pm-12:30 am)

LAKE TAHOE COMMUNITY COLLEGE – SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, CA

Say farewell to the year gone by, and ring in the New Year at South Lake Tahoe’s biggest music event of the year, SnowGlobe Music Festival.  It’s a massive concert experience that spans three days and features 52 musical artist from near and far.  Feed off of the energy of thousands of other fun festival-goers, and enjoy the crisp, clean winter air of the Sierras these last few days and nights of 2019.  Get a sense for what this awesome event is like by checking out “SnowGlobe NYE (2018) featuring Above and Beyond.”  Learn more at SnowGlobMusicFestival.com.

When it comes to dining and partying on New Year’s Eve, Reno/Sparks/Lake Tahoe has you covered!  The highlight of Tuesday night’s festivities is a massive gathering under the Reno Arch to watch cascading fireworks shooting off the roofs of nearby casinos.  If you’re looking for a good time ringing in 2020, check out NewToReno.com for all the exciting events happening around Northern Nevada!

20 WAYS TO BE A BETTER HOST!
So you’re throwing a party, and you want to step up your game….  Let Epicurious.com be your guide to being a rockstar host for your next social gathering!  And at the end of your successful shin-dig, your guests will be looking forward to the invitation to your next one!  Learn about the “20 Ways to Be a Better Host” by clicking HERE.
Yes!  Reno is in the news again!  Earlier this month, BusinessInsider.com release an article entitled, Real Estate Agents Reveal the Hottest Markets for the Next 10 Years.”  In the publication online, Business Insider asked real estate agents and experts across the country for their predictions for the most popular real estate markets in the 2020’s.  Raking at #5 is our very own RENO, NV!  In addition to Tesla being one of the reasons for this optimistic forecast, no state income tax, lower housing costs, an international airport, and proximity to Lake Tahoe were also leading indicators for Reno’s healthy outlook. Check out the entire article at BusinessInsider.com.
Posted on December 26, 2019 at 6:02 am
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Weekend Warrior (Oct 3-6)

OFFBEAT MUSIC FESTIVAL
THURSDAY-SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3-5
MIDTOWN RENO

Reno’s premier music event happens again this weekend in Midtown Reno!  Offbeat Music Festival floods our local establishments with oodles of talent, both discovered and undiscovered.  Enjoy a single performance from an up-and-coming star, go all-out for the full 3-day pass, or exercise every combination in between. The choice is yours!  Visit OffBeatReno.com for the lineup of musicians, all the awesome venues hosting the festival, tickets, and more.

1st THURSDAY, COFFEE & CONVERSATION w/ JACK MALOTTE, SUNDAY BRUNCH
THURSDAY-SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3-6 

NEVADA MUSEUM OF ART – 160 W Liberty Street, Reno

Check out all the fun happening at the Nevada Museum of Art this weekend:

Thursday, Oct. 3 (5-7 pm).  Meet friends at First Thursday and explore the galleries at this lively social event featuring a live music performance by the Mark Mackay Band, and specialty refreshments.
Saturday, Oct 5 (11 am-noon)  Enjoy Coffee & Conversation with Artist Jack Malotte.  Jack’s art celebrates the landscapes of the Great Basin, with a unique focus on contemporary political issues faced by Native people seeking to protect and preserve access to their lands.
Sunday, Oct 6 (10 am-2 pm)  Chez Louie serves a refined menu of creative dishes, mimosas and a Bloody Mary bar. Event-goers are treated to a live performance by Erika Paul.

Visit NevadaArt.org for more details.
RENO TAHOE COMEDY PRESENTS: KEVIN FARLEY
THURSDAY-SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3-5
PIONEER UNDERGROUND & LEX NIGHTCLUB

When it comes to humor, the trait runs strong in the Farley family.  Following in the footsteps of his late, great big brother, Chris Farley, actor/comedian Kevin Farley brings a fun, relaxed element to his standup.  He’ll be headlining live at the Pioneer Underground and LEX Nightclub from Thursday through Saturday.  Choose from 5 separate hilarious performances, learn more about Kevin Farley and get tickets online at RenoTahoeComedy.com.

OKTOBERFEST
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4 (5-10 pm)
THE DEPOT CRAFT BREWERY & DISTILLERY – 325 E. 4th STREET, RENO

Who doesn’t love a good Oktoberfest!?!  The Depot Craft Brewery & Distillery hosts a Bavarian celebration that will bring über joy to your taste buds.  $50 treats you to all-you-can-eat-and-drink of German food and ice cold beer.  Multiple breweries are participating in this festive event.  For more information and ticket sales, please visit the Event Facebook Page.

HARVEY
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4-SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20 (Times vary by day)

RENO LITTLE THEATRE

In 1944, American playwright Mary Chase conceived the genius comedy, Harvey.  This Pulitzer Prize-winning play is the story of Elwood P. Dowd, a friendly man with a very strange best friend, a six-foot, three-and-one-half-inch invisible rabbit named Harvey. Elwood’s sister tries to have him committed, but Elwood and Harvey have other plans.  Don’t miss this Midtown production that opens this weekend and runs over the next couple of weeks.  Visit RenoLittleTheater.org for more info.

AMERICA
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4 (8 pm)
SILVER LEGACY – GRANDE EXPOSITION HALL

Formed in London, circa 1970, the soft/folk rock band America was comprised of three American teens whose fathers were US Air Force personnel stationed there.  They realized the bulk of their success in the early 70’s with classic hit songs like “A Horse With No Name,” “Ventura Highway,” and “Sister Golden Hair,” and “You Can Do Magic,” released in 1982.  Today, only two of America’s three original members remain.  Learn more about America and purchase tickets at SilverLegacyReno.com.

OKTOBERFEST @ CAMP RICHARDSON
SATURDAY & SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5 & 6 (10 am-5 pm)
CAMP RICHARDSON – SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, CA

If you weren’t able to make it to The Depot’s Oktoberfest, you may want to venture up to South Lake Tahoe this weekend for the annual Camp Richardson Oktoberfest celebration that will bring you back year after year.  Enjoy IPA-infused bratwurst, lively music, fun family games and activities, and of course, the famous beer & wine garden.  Entrance is free, but food and beverages are sold by cash-only, so bring $.  Learn more about this 25-year-old event at CampRichardson.com/Oktoberfest.

SOUTHERN FARE ON THE SQUARE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5 (11 am-7 pm) & SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6 (10 am-4 pm)

NUGGET EVENT CENTER

If you’re not up for German fare, perhaps you have a hankering for Southern cuisine.  Southern Fare on the Square is back for its second year, now inside the beautiful Nugget Event Center.  “Put the South in your mouth” and enjoy down-home cookin’, live music and Southern hospitality all weekend long. Learn more about this fantastic tasting experience at NuggetCasinoResort.com.

KOKANEE SALMON FEST
SATURDAY & SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5 & 6 (10 am-4 pm)

TAYLOR CREEK VISITOR CENTER – SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, CA

Experience the wilderness of Lake Tahoe like you may never have before.  You just might witness bears hunting for live catch while visiting the Kokanee Salmon Fest at Taylor Creek Visitor Center.  Yes, be sure to have your cameras and phones ready, because bear encounters happen often this time of year.  The event is great for all ages and includes fish painting, educational booths, stream-side info, a visit from Smokey the Bear, and more!  Visit SouthTahoe.com for details.

DOWNTOWN TRUCKEE WINE, WALK & SHOP
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5 (NOON-4 pm)

DOWNTOWN TRUCKEE

Calling all wine connoisseurs!  The Downtown Truckee Wine, Walk & Shop is your place to be this Saturday afternoon!  You’ll support local non-profit organizations while sipping the finest wines, sampling delicious bites and getting a head-start on your holiday shopping!  Be sure to stop by INTERCOASTAL Vineyards to explore my Super Sista Rachele’s awesome varietals.  Her wines are raking in awards and medals up and down California, from LA to the Wine Country.  In addition to her amazing vino (all of them), INTERCOASTAL has a killer wine club with a sweet referral program!  Oh… Be sure to tell Rachele you learned about INTERCOASTAL in The Weekend Warrior!  Make the trip to Truckee and visit TruckeeWineWalk.com for tickets and more info!

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP OUTHOUSE RACES
SATURDAY-SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5 & 6 (12 pm-3 pm)

VIRGINIA CITY, NV 

Looking for a “load” of laughs this weekend?  You’ll discover potty humor like you never have before at the World Championship Outhouse Races in historic Virginia City.  Homemade outhouses are cleverly decorated and “pushed” to the limit down C Street and all the way to the toilet paper finish line.  The parade of potties begins at noon each day, with races immediately following.  Learn more about this fun 30th Annual event at VisitVirginiaCity.com.

CLASSIX SERIES: THE DAWN OF BEETHOVEN
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5 (7:30 pm) & SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6 (4 pm)

PIONEER CENTER for the PERFORMING ARTS

Maestro Laura Jackson and the Reno Philharmonic ring in the 51st season celebrating the 250th birthday of Ludwig van Beethoven, framing the season with some of his most iconic early and late works.  Exceptionally talented pianist Sara Davis Buechner joins the orchestra for Beethoven’s Concerto No. 1. Noted for her command and artistry, Buechner is considered one of the most original pianists of modern time. The program concludes with Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4, a work that expresses the composer’s battle with fate and takes listeners on a dramatic and compelling journey.  Purchase tickets in advance at RenoPhil.com.

RENO 1868 FC vs. EL PASO LOCOMOTIVE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5 (5:45 pm)

GREATER NEVADA FIELD – 250 EVANS AVE, DOWNTOWN RENO

The regular home season concludes for Reno 1,868 FC this weekend at Greater Nevada Field for Reno 1,868 FC.  The team takes on the El Paso Locomotive FC, who currently sit in 9th place in the league.  The 1,868 returns to Reno after 3 straight wins, two of them on the road.  Show your support, and be one of the first 1,868 fans to attend to receive a free beer stein!  Would you expect anything less on Oktoberfest Weekend!  Learn more about the team and buy tickets at Reno1868FC.com.

MOUNTAIN MUSIC PARLOR Presents DYNAMIC DUOS
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5 (7:30 pm)

HERITAGE HALL @ MOUNTAIN MUSIC PARLOR

Heritage Hall at Mountain Music Parlor fills with the combined melodies of five very special musicians this Saturday night!  The artists are lead by American Troubadour, Larry Long, Founder of the Woody Guthrie Festival, a Smithsonian Folkways recording artist and inductee into the National Old Time Music Hall of Fame.  He reunites with Fiddlin’ Pete with 50 grand years of fiddling under his belt, country guitarist Neil Gelvin, songwriter/guitarist Dan Connor, and virtuosic, double bass player Larry Dalton to tell share their talents and tell stories of friendship, camaraderie and shared adventures.  Learn more about the concert, and purchase tickets at MountainMusicParlor.com.

AUTUMN HARVEST WINEMAKER’S DINNER
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6 (5-8 pm)
THUNDERBIRD LODGE & YACHT

Summer has come to an end, but that doesn’t mean we need to stop enjoying our majestic Lake Tahoe.  Take in the beauty of fall, and savor a lovely Autumn Harvest Winemaker’s Dinner at Thunderbird Lodge & Yacht.  Your meal, perfectly paired with wine selections from Darcie Kent Vineyards, will be served in the Lighthouse Room that offers spectacular views of the lake.  You may choose to enhance your experience with a VIP cruise as well.  Visit ThunderbirdTahoe.org for more information and reservations.

HAUNTOBER
ALL OF OCTOBER
VIRGINIA CITY, NEVADA

Now that October has rolled back around, are you ready to add the spook factor to your life?  Are you aware of the ghostly experiences that happen in our dear old mining and saloon town?  Virginia City offers a number of different events and activities with several levels of spookiness at Hauntober during the entire month of October, so take your pick.  From ghost tours and a Halloween walk at dusk in the cemetery, to a day out with Thomas the Tank Engine (great for kiddos), VC has you covered!  For a complete list of events and details, go online at VisitVirginiaCity.com.

INTERO’S BRAND NEW LISTING!
“Executive Mountain Retreat” custom 4,137 square feet Virginia City Highlands home under $1 Million! Designed to impress, 2001 Saddleback elicits a castle-like feel upon entry, with high ceilings, exposed beams & sizable windows throughout to allow ample light & expansive views in all directions. The rock-lined floor-to-ceiling wood-burning fireplace is the grand focal point. Large gourmet kitchen with solid hickory cabinets is open to living and dining areas, allowing for exceptional entertaining. Try building a home of this stature for under $1 M… or $1.5 M!  Visit our Virtual Tour (Matt Waclo Photography) and Bit.ly.SaddlebackRealScout for more information.
Quick Facts:
2 stories
3 beds/3.5 baths/6-car garage
Built in 2007
1.06 acres
Wrought iron fence installed around 1/2 acre backyard
Elaborate water filtration system
Offered for $822,000
PRIME, CENTRAL LOCATION
In Southwest Reno, one of Reno’s most desirable neighborhoods, 1460 Manzanita Lane is nestled on a mature property and loaded with character.  Just a few minutes from Starbucks, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, Reno-Tahoe International Airport, Downtown and Midtown, you’ll find that this home is adorable and the location is PRIME!!  The lush property features a tasteful abundance of trees, shrubs, grass, gardens, flowers, a refreshing pool, and has option for geothermal energy.  Multiple patios and a BBQ zone make outdoor entertaining a joy!  To learn more and see pictures of the interior, please visit 1460 Manzanita Property Information.  Feel free to share with all who may be interested! 🙂
Quick Facts:
2,885 square feet, split level
3 beds/2.5 baths/2 garages
1/3 acre
Built in 1976
Zoned for Caughlin Ranch, Swope & Reno HS
Offered for $734,000
A HOP, A SKIP AND A JUMP TO SLOPES!
If you like the idea of being in a super location close to Summit Shopping, Raley’s, the library, park, skiing, hiking and more, then 30 Tanea Court, Reno is a must-see!  Call me for an appointment today, as activity is picking up on this home now that we’re past the late summer slow-down. Visit Bit.ly/30TaneaRealScout for more pics and details.
Quick Facts:
2,698 square feet
4 beds/3 baths/2 garages
1/3 acre
Built in 2001
Zoned for Lenz, Pine & Galena HS
Offered for $550,000
BRING ON THE BACKUP OFFERS!
7682 S. Southmoor Circle is under contract, but the sale is contingent on the sale of the Buyers’ home.  We would LOVE a backup offer!  The home sits on a lush corner lot in Hidden Valley and offers landscape design with ample variety and features a beautiful cascading waterfall and playful pond.  You’ll fall asleep to the serenade of crickets and frogs in the summer and enjoy peaceful winter evenings in this quiet corner of the Earth. For more photos and information about this wonderful home, please the Bit.ly/SSouthmoor.  Email me at dhallerbach@intero.com for a private showing!
Quick Facts:
3,638 square feet
5 beds/3 baths/3 garages
.54 acre
Built in 1974
Offered for $614,000
Posted on October 3, 2019 at 7:59 am
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Weekend Warrior (Sept 19-22)

3RD THURSDAY
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 (4-9 pm)
VICTORIAN SQUARE – SPARKS, NV

Gather your friends and family, and head down to the monthly event that keeps bringing locals back!  Now offered year-round in the dining district at Victorian Square, Downtown Sparks, Nevada, 3rd Thursday brings together local artists, live music performances, dancing, delicious food, kids’ activities, vendors, and pop-up retail shops every third Thursday of the month.  Don’t miss this one!  The weather should be nice and cool, so dress appropriately!  For more info, visit 39NorthDowntown.com.

DARREN CARTER
THURSDAY-SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19-21

PIONEER UNDERGROUND & LEX NIGHTCLUB

Join the fun and a whole lot of laughter at Pioneer Underground or LEX Nightclub where comedian Darren Carter, “The Party Starter,” headlines!  When The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Comics Unleashed, Premium Blend on Comedy Central and a role in John Travolta’s feature film Be Cool are on your resumé, you must be doing something right.  Learn more about Darren Carter and purchase ticket to see him in advance at RenoTahoeComedy.com.

AUTUMN FOOD & WINE FESTIVAL @ NORTHSTAR
FRIDAY-SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 20-22

THE VILLAGE @ NORTHSTAR

Foodie Alert!  All lovers of tantalizing culinary creations and perfectly paired vino should make the Autumn Food & Wine Festival your place to be this weekend.  Who doesn’t love experimental dining and interactive events that include chef showcases, wine tasting and mountaintop indulgence with pristine North Lake Tahoe as your backdrop?  A host of amazing vendors will treat your senses to a beautiful tasting experience you won’t want to miss. Your taste buds want you to visit NorthstarCalifornia.com for more info and event ticket sales.

DIANA KRALL
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 (9 pm)
GRAND SIERRA RESORT – GRAND THEATRE

I can’t say enough about the beauty, grace and outstanding vocal control of the next amazing singer/songwriter and pianist to grace the Grand Theatre stage.  Diana Krall takes the modern jazz performance to another level, with fan-favorites like “The Look of Love,” where she demonstrates her amazing ability to soothe her audience with her pure sound. Just one listen and you’ll understand why she has a couple of GRAMMY’s under her belt and is the only jazz artist to have 8 albums debut at the top of the Billboard Jazz Albums cart.  Purchase your tickets now at GrandSierraResort.com.

RENO STREET FOOD/FOOD TRUCK FRIDAY
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 (4-9 pm) 

IDLEWILD PARK

Say it isn’t so!  How could Food Truck season nearly be over??  Only two more events remain for Reno Street Food, better known as Food Truck Friday.Perhaps with cooler evening, you’ll be find just the dish that will warm you from the inside out.  Bring a beach or grass chair and a blanket and snuggle up with your loved ones while listening to live music after your dinner!  For a list of the vendors who will be serving this Friday, visit Facebook.com.

TACO FEST
SATURDAY & SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 & 22

SANDS REGENCY – DOWNTOWN RENO

¡Carnitas!  ¡Carne Asada!  ¡Pollo!  Take your pick, or have all three, because that’s what Taco Fest is all about!  The Sands plays host to a taco tasting frenzy you won’t want to miss happening Saturday and Sunday.  In addition to filling your belly with all the taco goodness you desire, you’ll enjoy Lucha Libre Wrestling, the Salsa Challenge, a Chihuahua Beauty Pageant, the Chili Pepper Challenge, a Taco Eating Contest, vendors, live music and more!  For more details, including event times, visit SandsRegency.com.

OKTOBERFEST
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 (3-7 pm)

RANCHO SAN RAFAEL PARK

Not in the mood for Mexican food, but seeking something a little more Euro?  Perhaps Oktoberfest at Rancho San Rafael Park will strike your fancy.  Indulge in authentic Bavarian food, beer and wine, dance to live oompah music and outbid your fellow Oktoberfest goers at the super silent auction.  You’ll satisfy your itch for a great brat, beer and pretzel while supporting an amazing community program called “Achievement Beyond Obstacles.”  Check out Eventbrite.com for more great info and to purchase tickets in advance.

A VERY POTTER CRAWL
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 (8 pm-??)
DOWNTOWN RENO

Calling all Gryffindors, Hufflepuffs, Ravenclaws and Slytherins!  Your witchcraft and wizardry skills are put to the test at A Very Potter Crawl this Saturday night in Downtown Reno.  For only $10, you’ll get your commemorative cup and map that will lead you to 16 participating bars offering 75+ drinks specials, 7 different costume contests, exciting giveaways, prizes and more!  Throw in $5 extra and you’ll get a wand (as if you don’t already have one).  Learn more at CrawlReno.com.

A.V.A. BALLET THEATER PRESENTS: PETER PAN
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 (8 pm) & SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 (2 pm)
PIONEER CENTER for the PERFORMING ARTS

Who says we have to grow up?  Join the talented cast of A.V.A. Ballet Theatre and visiting principal dancers for a magical performance of Peter Pan.  You’ll journey to Neverland with Peter Pan and Wendy, and witness this enchanting story that features pirates, wenches, fairies and of course, the Lost Boys.  Perfect for the entire family, choose one of two performances this weekend, and purchase your tickets online at PioneerCenter.com.

HOLI FESTIVAL OF COLORS
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 (11 am-4 pm)
RANCHO SAN RAFAEL PARK

Shower yourself and your friends in vibrant colors and celebrate the Hindu tradition of Holi Festival of Colors at Rancho San Rafael Park this Saturday!  The gathering is historically a jubilant occasion that celebrates the coming of Spring (even though this weekend we’re heading to Fall), and calls on Hindus to create bonfires and cover each other in rainbow-hued powder to honor fertility, color, love, and the triumph of good over evil.  Reno’s festival also offers interactive dance, mantra bands, DJ’s, yoga instruction, cuisine, hugs, and “lotsa love!”  Learn more and purchase tickets for only $6.50 online at FestivalOfColorsUSA.com.

THE AUSTRALIAN PINK FLOYD SHOW
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 (8 pm)
SILVER LEGACY – GRANDE EXPOSITION HALL

The Australian Pink Floyd Show gave it’s first-ever concert back in 1988.  The group has since been wowing audiences worldwide for the last 3 decades.  The show represents every phase of the Pink Floyd journey and aspires to emulate the legendary productions of the British psychedelic rock band.  Live performances feature a stunning light and laser show, video animations, state-of-the-art, high-resolution LED screen technology and other special effects.  Learn more about TAPFS and get tickets online at SilverLegacyReno.com.

Is the real estate market appreciating?  Depreciating?  Flat as a pancake?  Find out how the market in Reno-Sparks stacked up last month compared to the previous month and same time last year in my handy dandy September 2019 Market Report.  Visit DeniseHallerbach.com for the latest stats, and a little real estate news about changes in the condominium market.
HIDDEN VALLEY GARDENER’S PARADISE
DO YOU KNOW WHERE HIDDEN VALLEY IS?  Many Reno residents have no clue of this special neighborhood that is often overlooked. Tucked in the valley to the west of the Virginia Range and east of the airport, Hidden Valley is a peaceful, mature community that boasts a welcoming country club with 18-hole golf course and pool.

7682 S. Southmoor Circle sits on a lush corner lot in Hidden Valley and offers ample variety in its landscape design that features a beautiful waterfall and pond.  Fall asleep to the serenade of crickets and frogs in this 3,638 square foot 5 bedroom/3 bathroom/3 garage home.  Three of the bedrooms and 2 of the bathrooms are downstairs.  A large bonus room offers many possibilities for use.  For more photos and information about this wonderful home, please the Bit.ly/SSouthmoor.  Email me at dhallerbach@intero.com for a private showing!

30 TANEA COURT OPEN HOUSE!
Are you or someone you know in the market for a great 4 bed/3 bath, 2,698 square foot home in South Reno?  If you like the idea of being in a super location close to Summit Shopping, Raley’s, the library, park, skiing, hiking and more, then this is a must-see!  Make it a point of popping by 30 Tanea Court this Saturday, September 21 between 11 am and 2 pm for our next Open House.  Want to check out more picks or schedule a private showing? Visit Bit.ly/30TaneaRealScout and contact me at dhallerbach@intero.com.  This awesome home is offered for $550,000!
Posted on September 19, 2019 at 1:35 pm
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Weekend Warrior (Sept 12-15)

RENO NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP AIR RACES & AIR SHOW
THROUGH SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15
RENO STEAD AIRPORT

 

I feel the need…. the need for air speed!  And I’ll find plenty of it at the Reno National Championship Air Races & Air Show happening through Sunday, Sept 15 at the Reno Stead Airport.  In addition to the heart-racing action of multiple racing classes, you’ll enjoy military flight demonstrations, fancy acrobatic shows, the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, and much more!  Pit Passes are also available for an up-close look at the planes and a chat with their owners and pilots.  Learn more at AirRace.org.
 

THE ILLUSIONISTS EXPERIENCE
TUESDAYS-SUNDAYS, SHOWTIMES VARY BY DAY

ELDORADO RESORT CASINO – ELDORADO SHOWROOM 

 

Behold the non-stop excitement and wonder of The Illusionist Experience at the Eldorado!  Five of the most amazing illusionists on the planet will wow you with their talents.  The Trickster, The Mentalist, The Escapist, The Maniupulator, and The Showman, each with his own jaw-dropping talents, will leave you wondering, “How did he do that!?”  For more info about the show that is performed weekly and to purchase tickets, please visit EldoradoReno.com.

 

SHANG
THURSDAY-SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12-14 

PIONEER UNDERGROUND & LEX NIGHTCLUB

 

Welcome to Reno, Shang!  This transplanted New Yorker was an aspiring illustrator who began his comedy career on a dare. A friend bet him $50 to take the stage during open-mike night at a local comedy club and Shang Forbes won the bet.  Since then, he has performed in high-profile comedy clubs and shows, including The Late, Late Show. In fact, HERE HE IS on that very show. Check out Shang’s schedule while he’s here in Reno at RenoTahoeComedy.com.

 

DARYL HALL & JOHN OATES
THRUSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 (8 pm)
RENO EVENTS CENTER

 

This legendary duo’s music has spanned the decades and they keep going strong!  Yes, Daryl Hall and John Oates have rolled out a myriad of fan-favorites that include “Maneater,” “Kiss On My List,” “Out of Touch,” “Private Eyes” and so many more!  It was too funny watching the Private Eyes video with the dance moves accentuating the sexy shoulder pads.  LOL.  Enjoy and evening with Hall & Oates Thursday night, September 12 at the Reno Event Center, and purchase tickets online at TicketMaster.com.

 

RENO STREET FOOD/FOOD TRUCK FRIDAY
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 (4-9 pm) 

IDLEWILD PARK

 

Only three more weeks remain for one of America’s best weekly food truck events!  We expect super flavorful bites and beverages at Reno Street Food, better known as Food Truck Friday.While fall temperatures make for cooler evenings, you’ll likely want to bring a little sweatshirt or throw now.  I also strongly recommend bringing a portable beach chair to kick back on the grass with your meal and enjoy live entertainment.  Learn more at Facebook.com.

 

DEEP PURPLE
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 (9 pm)
GRAND SIERRA RESORT – GRAND THEATRE

 

Known for producing one of the most recognizable guitar riffs in the modern music history in “Smoke on the Water,” iconic rock band Deep Purple, has sold more than 100 million albums and filled arenas around the globe for decades.  Its body of work spans seven decades and appeals to an audience that ranges widely in age and background. Deep Purple’s “eclectic mix of styles” created a distinctive sound that defines the band today.  Learn more about Deep Purple and get tickets to see them live at GrandSierraResort.com.

 

DURAN DURAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 (7:30 pm)

LAKE TAHOE OUTDOOR ARENA – STATELINE, NEVADA 

 

80’s-90’s superstars Duran Duran take the stage at the Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena for an unforgettable evening of new age music!  The band brings hit after hit… having 21 songs on Billboard’s Hot 100, eleven of which were Top 10 Singles and two chart-toppers.  Go to this concert and you’ll relive the “decade of excess” with favorites like “The Reflex,” “A View to a Kill,” “The Wild Boys” and “Notorious.”  The list goes on and on.  Get your tickets now at TicketMaster.com and enjoy!

 

UNR WOLFPACK vs. WEBER STATE WILDCATS
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 (4 pm)
MACKAY STADIUM – UNR CAMPUS

 

Well… It’s been quite an interesting start for Wolfpack Football so far!  The season commenced with a huge home-game win over favored Purdue as UNR rallied from a 31-14 deficit in the middle of the third quarter to tie at 31-31 with 3 seconds on the clock.  Freshman Brandon Talton then kicked an epic 56-yard field goal to clinch the victory at the buzzer.  Game 2 at U of Oregon resulted in a massive routing with a win for the Ducks and a score of 77-6… Ouch!  What will happen this Saturday at Mackay Stadium against the Weber State Wildcats?  We shall see.  Get tickets in advance at NevadaWolfpack.com.

 

ATHENA McINTYRE
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 (8 pm)
MOUNTAIN MUSIC PARLOR

 

Settle in at Midtown Reno’s intimate concert venue, Heritage Hall in Mountain Music Parlor, for a special concert experience.  Northern Nevada’s very own Athena McIntyre treats us to her last concert of the summer with her eclectic, acoustic and alternative mix music.  Her captivating voice and strength of presence have wowed audiences near and far. Take a moment to enjoy “Go For A Ride” sung by Athena for a look at what to expect.  Athena is joined by talented violinist Kat MacMartin. For tickets and more info, visit MountainMusicParlor.com.

 

CARLOS MENCIA
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 (8 pm)
SILVER LEGACY – GRANDE EXPOSITION HALL

 

Are you up for a non-politically-correct comedian who freely exercises the F-bomb and unabashedly makes fun of all walks of life?  Then Carlos Mencia is your guy!  Mencia doesn’t hesitate to run the gamut of situational comedy that is honestly shared and is actually pretty darn funny (if you like this kind of humor).  Having an open mind and the ability to not get offended are good skills to have at his show. Click HERE for an example of Mencia’s style.  For tickets to see Carlos Mencia live and learn more about him, visit SilverLegacyReno.com.

 

EDIBLE PEDAL 100
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15
BOWER’S MANSION

 

“Ride Hard. Eat Well. Give Back.”  Where else can you get outside for a gorgeous bike ride in the countryside, partake in locally sourced food along the route and a delicious BBQ at the finish, and support several deserving charities all at the same time?  The Edible Pedal 100 is Reno Sunrise Rotary’s annual fun ride that offers five lengths and elevations ranging from 10 to 92.3 miles and 552′ to 6,879′.  For all the great info and registration details, please visit EdiblePedal100.org.

 

GARY CLARK, JR. w/ LOS COAST
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 (8 pm)
GRAND SIERRA RESORT – GRAND THEATRE

 

At the 56th GRAMMY Awards, he won his first career GRAMMY for Best Traditional R&B Performance for “Please Come Home.” That same year, he made his GRAMMY stage debut, performing “Cop Car” with Keith Urban.  Gary Clark, Jr. treats us to an array of musical genres that include not only blues, with which he is often associated, but also reggae, punk, R&B and hip-hop Sunday night!  Get to know Gary Clark, Jr. and buy your tickets online at GrandSierraResort.com.

 

FEATURED RECIPE
SMOKEY CAULIFLOWER

I want to start by saying that before I tasted this dish, I thought I didn’t like cauliflower.  Since I didn’t like cauliflower, I never made it for my family.  Haha!  That’s ALL changing now!  This recipe tops my list as one of my favorite veggie side dishes of all time.  It’s best if cooked in an air fryer but this recipe can also be prepared in the oven.  I DO recommend getting an air fryer for so many awesome reasons. To access the recipe for Smokey Cauliflower, visit DeniseHallerbach.com.

 

ONLY 20 MINUTES FROM MT. ROSE SKI RESORT!!
30 TANEA COURT

Since Mt. Rose actually got a dusting of snow this week, it’s clear that ski season is coming up sooner than you think!  How nice would it be to throw your gear in your car, shoot up the mountain, and be on the slopes in less than a 1/2 hour?  If you live at 30 Tanea Court in South Reno, that dream can be your reality!  Take a moment to discovery how perfect this 4 bed/3 bath home on a 1/3 acre lot can be for you or someone you love by visiting Bit.ly/30TaneaRealScoutOffered for $550.000!  Don’t miss this awesome opportunity!

 

RECENT PRICE IMPROVEMENT!  NOW $614,000
7682 S. Southmoor Circle – Reno, NV

7682 S. Southmoor Circle in Hidden Valley (Reno) is a gardener’s paradise.  Ready for her new owners, the current owner is highly motivated to sell, and recently reduced the asking price to $614,000.  The lush corner lot offers ample variety in its landscape design, and features a striking waterfall and pond.  Fall asleep to the serenade of crickets and frogs in this 3,638 square foot 5 bedroom/3 bathroom/3 garage home.  Three of the bedrooms and 2 of the bathrooms are downstairs.  A large bonus room offers many possibilities for use.  For more photos and information about this wonderful home, please the Bit.ly/SSouthmoor.
Posted on September 12, 2019 at 6:52 am
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Weekend Warrior (Sept 5-8)

G. JONES
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 (8:30 pm)
WHITNEY PEAK HOTEL- CARGO CONCERT HALL

Enigmatic.  A studio wizard.  A gifted Ableton beat-maker.  All are words to describe G. Jones, master of electronic music production performing at Cargo Concert Hall Thursday night as part of The Great Depressurization (post Burning Man event).  This highly sought-after artist brings with him “a mental minefield of sudden drops and stutters, and bass lines that open holes under your feet and send you shooting sideways to some warped mystery land.”  Have a listen to his work at GJonesBass.com and get your tickets to see him live at EventBrite.com.

THE GREAT RENO BALLOON RACE
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6-SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8

RANCHO SAN RAFAEL PARK

One of Northern Nevada’s most beloved annual traditions takes flight this weekend!  Behold the visual splendor of a sea of colors that fill the skies at the The Great Reno Balloon Race.  Beginning at 5:15 am on Friday and 5 am on Saturday and Sunday, crowd-favorites “Glow Show” and “Dawn Patrol” kick off the morning’s events. A Mass Ascension of all 77 balloons takes place at 7 am.  For more details, including the Cloud 9 VIP experience, parking info and more, visit RenoBalloon.com.

RON WHITE
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 (7 & 10 pm)
SILVER LEGACY – GRANDE EXPOSITION HALL

Ron “Tater Salad” White rose to fame as the cigar-smoking, scotch drinking funnyman from the Blue Collar Tour.  These days, White has established himself as a star in his own right.  All four of his comedy albums charted #1 on the Billboard Comedy charts and he has sold over 14 million albums.  He is also the author of the New York Times Best Seller I Had the Right to Remain Silent But I Didn’t Have the Ability.  Get your dose of laughter therapy this Friday and buy your tickets for one of the two shows Friday evening at SilverLegacyReno.com.

RENO GREEK FESTIVAL
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6-SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8
ST. ANTHONY GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH – 4795 LAKESIDE DRIVE, RENO

Opa!! St. Anthony’s Greek Orthodox Church proudly opens its doors, inviting our community to celebrate everything Greek!  Mouthwatering food, live entertainment, spirited dancers and Greek designed jewelry and gifts fill the church grounds Friday through Sunday, so pick a day and enjoy!  Not up for big crowds, but want a taste of what St. Anthony Church is dishing out?  This year, you can order food to go!  Genius!  Visit RenoGreekFest.com for more details.


NTERNATIONAL CAMEL & OSTRICH RACES

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6-SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 8
VIRGINIA CITY, NV

Laughter abounds at the International Camel and Ostrich Races in Virginia City this weekend.  Yep… you never know which way these unsuspecting animals will carry their jockeys, racing at high speeds as they balance precariously atop them.  Camels, ostriches and zebra’s take part in this event that has brought enjoyment to visitors for 60 years!  A fair-like midway, VIP experience options and rides for kiddos round out the event.  Learn more at VisitVirginiaCityReno.com.

RENO STREET FOOD/FOOD TRUCK FRIDAY
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 (4-9 pm) 

IDLEWILD PARK

This is it!  The final month of food truck season is sadly here!  Reno Street Food, also known as Food Truck Fridayat Idlewild Park dishes the tastiest creations on wheels to hungry event goers who love food!  But your opportunities are dwindling, as FTF only runs through September 27.  The evening temps are starting to drop, so taking a little sweatshirt or throw is recommended.  Your beach chairs will come in handy too.  Learn more at Facebook.com.

MERCYME
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 (7:00 pm)
RENO EVENTS CENTER

With 9 studio albums, numerous Grammynominations and 13 consecutive Top 5 singles on the Billboard Christian Songs chart, and 7 of them going No. 1, MarcyMe has made a huge name for themselves in the Contemporary Christian world or music.  The band also enjoyed mainstream success with the release of “I Can Only Imagine,” a powerful song I just listened to for the first time and loved.  Don’t miss the chance to be lifted and inspired by MercyMe this Friday night.  Get your tickets now at TicketMaster.com.

DAVE MATTHEWS BAND
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 (7:30 pm)

LAKE TAHOE OUTDOOR ARENA – STATELINE, NEVADA 

Crash Into Me,” “Ants Marching,” “The Space Between,” “Don’t Drink The Water“… The hits go on and on with Dave Matthews Band, who takes the stage at the Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena Friday night.  They put their stamp on the American music scene in the mid 90’s and never looked back, producing 9 studio albums, and winning one Grammy in 1996 and receiving numerous award nominations.  Enjoy an evening at Lake Tahoe’s amazing concert venue and get your tickets in advance at TicketMaster.com.

MASON FREY
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 (8 pm)
MOUNTAIN MUSIC PARLOR

Local musician Mason Frey treats concert-goers at Mountain Music Parlor Friday night with his sweet blend of blues, jazz, folk & country.  This talented young man shares his talent one event at a time and is inspired by artists Tommy Emanuel, Chet Atkins and Merle Travis.  Purchase your tickets at the door and visit MountainMusicParlor.com to learn more about our local boy, Mason Frey!

PATTI LABELLE
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 (9 pm)
GRAND SIERRA RESORT – GRAND THEATRE

The Biggest Little City welcomes R&B/soul legend and Grammy winner Patti Labelle for a vocal performance you won’t want to miss.  The Godmother of Soul began her career back in 1959 with The Ordettes that changed names to The Bluebelles in 1961.  She went solo in 1983 with I’m in Love Again, and never looked back. Enjoy hit songs like “On My Own,” “New Attitude.” and “If Only You Knew, and visit GrandSierraResort.com to see her live!

RENO RUNNING FEST
SATURDAY & SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 & 8
DOWNTOWN RENO

With the weather cooling off a bit, you may find that a good run is what you need!  Reno Running Fest, host event for the 51st Annual Journal Jog and the 2nd Annual Reno Mile, is a great opportunity to take to the great outdoors to some fresh air and get your blood pumping. Learn more about bringing your pooches, running for all ages, jogging with strollers and more at Race178.com.


RENO 1868 FC vs. FRESNO FC
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 (4:00 & 6:45 pm)
GREATER NEVADA FIELD –  250 EVANS AVE, DOWNTOWN RENO

It’s Noche Latina this weekend and Greater Nevada Field features double-header action for local and visiting soccer fans!  First, América Leyendas take on the Leyendas del Guadalajara in an action-packed exhibition match pitting star-studded athletes against each other. Then at 6:45 pm, 1868 FC battle it out against the Fresno FC.  Reno could use our support to pull a “W” against Fresno, who are currently standing in 2nd place in the USL Western Conference, while Reno sits in 3rd.  A Danza performance, drink specials and a DJ by the Cuervo tent between matches are all part of the fun.  For tickets in advance, visit Reno1868FC.com.

JUANES
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 (8 pm)

GRAND SIERRA RESORT – GRAND THEATRE

Colombian superstar, Jaunes brings all his Latin hotness to the Grand Sierra Resort Saturday night for an unforgettable musical performance you won’t want to miss.  He launched his career 19 years ago with his successful debut album that earned him 3 Latin Grammy Awards straight out of the gate, followed by 17 more over the next 14 years.  Have a listen to Juanes in this video of “La Camisa Negra,” learn more and get your tickets at GrandSierraResort.com.

TOUR DE TAHOE – BIKE BIG BLUE
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8

HARD ROCK HOTEL & CASINO, SOUTH LAKE TAHOE (START & FINISH)

It’s summer’s end and the perfect time to take in the beauty of Lake Tahoe from the seat of your bicycle. If you’re up for the challenge of a 72-mile ride around one of the most scenic lakes on the planet, you’ll be into the Tour de Tahoe – Bike Big Blue!  Bike the West, organizer of the event, is a supporter of The National Psoriasis Foundation and the Lake Tahoe Bicycle Coalition, dedicated to enhancing bicycling safety and promoting non-motorized transportation to protect Lake Tahoe’s precious environment.  Learn more at BikeTheWest.com.

FEATURED PROPERTY
ONLY 20 MINUTES FROM MT. ROSE SKI RESORT!!
30 TANEA COURT

Ski season is coming up sooner than you think!  How nice would it be to throw your gear in your car, shoot up the mountain, and be on the slopes in less than a 1/2 hour?  If you live at 30 Tanea Court in South Reno, that dream can be your reality!  Take a moment to discovery how perfect this 4 bed/3 bath home on a 1/3 acre lot can be for you or someone you love by visiting Bit.ly/30TaneaRealScoutOffered for $550.000!  Don’t miss this awesome opportunity!
FEATURED NEW ESTABLISHMENT
“CLASSIC WITH A TWIST”
THE EMERSON

I’m delighted to share with you one of Reno’s fun, new and exciting places that is a “must visit soon.”  The Emerson, Midtown Reno’s newest cocktail destination, offers “classic” specialties with a “twist.”  Serving up lite bites in a cool, mid-century lounge atmosphere, you just may agree with the numerous favorable Yelp reviews averaging 4.5 stars.  Take a peek at The Emerson’s Yelp Page for the awesome community feedback from over the last couple of months, and pop in for a drink and a nibble! — 955 S Virginia St, Reno, NV
Posted on September 8, 2019 at 5:58 pm
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Weekend Warrior (June 27-30)

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RENO RODEO
THROUGH SATURDAY, JUNE 29
RENO LIVESTOCK EVENT CENTER & ARENA

 

It’s a century old, back, and better than ever!!  The Reno Rodeo, The Wildest Richest Rodeo in the West, is 100 years old and showcases the best cowboys and cowgirls competing at the highest level of rodeo competition.  These are the final few days to catch the nightly competition that features bronco and bull riding, roping, wrestling, barrel racing, rodeo clowns, flag girls, mutton busters, and more!! … All the high-intensity action begins at 7 pm each night.  Tickets do sell out, especially during these final days, so visitRenoRodeo.com to purchase in advance.

 

VICTOR VICTORIA
THURSDAY-SUNDAYS, JUNE THROUGH JULY 

BRÜKA THEATRE – 99 N. VIRGINIA ST., DOWNTOWN RENO

 

Now playing at Brüka Theatre… Victor Victoria!   This magical, musical comedy takes place in Paris, 1934, and tells an entertaining story of mistaken identity, sexual roleplaying, love, innocence and sight gags.  When refined British soprano Victoria Grant finds herself down on her luck in Paris, she discovers to her dismay, that producers and nightclub owners are looking for a sound that is much less “legitimate” than hers. On the brink of starvation, she is rescued by Toddy, a warm, generous, and flamboyant nightclub singer, who springs a brilliant idea… dress Victoria as a man, and pass her off as a female impersonator, where she will delight the whole of “Gay Paree” with her eerie gender‐bending and astonishing vocal range.  Check out the show Thursdays through Sundays through July 27, learn more and purchase tickets at Bruka.org.

 

PATRICK GARRITY
FRIDAY & SATUEDAY, JUNE 28 &29

RENO TAHOE COMEDY – PIONEER UNDERGROUND, DOWNTOWN RENO

 

Looking for a some laughter in your life?  Take a trip to the Pioneer Underground, also known as Reno Tahoe Comedy, and LEX Nightclub at the Grand Sierra Resort, for a great lineup of comedians and Patrick Garrity headlining!  The energetic entertainer, tells stories of his experience in the reserves, growing up as a little brother, and the reasons that Irish don’t talk trash.  HERE is a little video of Garrity doing his thing!  If you want to laugh through one of his live performances in Reno, get your tickets online atRenoTahoeComedy.com or LEXNightClub.com.

 

RENO STREET FOOD
FRIDAY, JUNE 28 (4-9 pm)

IDLEWILD PARK

 

Activate your tastebuds at this week’s Reno Street Food, better known as Food Truck Friday!  If you love food like I do, it’s time to make your way down to Idlewild Park for Reno’s most popular weekly event.  It’s an awesome community gathering that brings foodies together to celebrate a myriad of dining selections.  About 40 gourmet food, craft beer and dessert vendors line the lane at Idlewild and dish out some of the most flavorful food in town!  Remember to take along your lightweight beach chairs to sit on the grass while dining, and maybe a blanket to snuggle under if a breeze pops up.  For more info and a list of the trucks at this week’s event, please visit Reno Street Food’s Facebook Page.

 

BASS CAMP IN THE PARK
SATURDAY, JUNE 29 (4 pm-10 pm)
WINGFIELD PARK, DOWNTOWN RENO

 

Searching for a Burning Man experience without actually going to Burning Man?  Bass Camp in the Park brings the energy and spirit of the playa to Wingfield Park this Saturday night.  The annual event is an offspring of the highly popular Bass Camp Festival at Lake Tahoe, and brings a stunning stage filled with national JD headliners, fire dancers and killer music with big bass.  You’ll also marvel at creative art cars, live art and exhibitions at this fabulous event.  It’s a high-energy experience with innovative production, sound and artistry, an event you won’t want to miss.  Learn more and purchase tickets at Eventbrite.com.

 

1868 FC vs. SACRAMENTO REPUBLIC FC
SATURDAY, JUNE 29 (7:15 pm)

GREATER NEVADA FIELD – 250 EVANS AVE., DOWNTOWN RENO

 

Has watching Women’s World Cup Soccer put you in the mood to go to a live match?  Lucky for us, Reno has a super professional soccer team right here.  Saturday evening, the Reno 1868 FC take on the Sacramento Republic FC at Greater Nevada Field.  Sacramento and Reno are currently ranked 6th and 7th in the Western Conference, so this should be a good one!  Take the whole family!  And while supplies last, you’ll take home a free t-shirt!  For tickets and more information, please visit Reno1868FC.com.

 

CARLY RAE JEPSEN
SATURDAY, JUNE 29 (8 pm)

GRAND SIERRA RESORT – GRAND THEATRE

 

Spend an evening with Canadian pop singer, songwriter and actress, and all around “good girl” Carly Rae Jepsen this Saturday night.  She started her official career in 2007 when she wowed the judges and viewers of Canadian Idol and placed 3rd that season.  With a recording deal in hand, that very same year, she embarked her career in the music industry.  The release of Jepsen’s sophomore album in 2011 thrust her into mainstream stardom with songs like “Call Me Maybe,” “Good Time” and “The Kiss.” Jepsen’s music is heavily influence by 80’s pop, and is often upbeat and light in nature. If YOU’RE looking for a GOOD TIME, visit GrandSierraResort.com and get your tickets now before they’re all gone!

 

HIGH SPEED CHEETAH DASH
SUNDAY, JUNE 30 (6-7:30 pm)
ANIMAL ARK WILDLIFE SANCTUARY – 1265 DEERLODGE RD, RENO

 

When was the last time you saw the fastest animal on the planet in action, live.  Maybe you never have. Your opportunity lies at Animal Ark Wildlife Sanctuary’s High Speed Cheetah Dash, where the resident cheetahs are safely exercised, and we have the chance to witness in awe. This exciting spectacle features these bad-ass cats performing dashing maneuvers and sprints across the desert at high speeds. Reservations are required, as seating is limited.  Due to the sensitive nature of the experience, children 8 years and older may attend.  For directions to the Animal Ark and more information, visitAnimalArk.org.

 

SKID ROW with special guest WHITE SNAKE
SUNDAY, JUNE 30 (7:30 pm)

HARRAH’S RENO – OUTDOOR PLAZA

 

Transport yourself back to the mid 80’s when hair was huge and the music was rockin’!  Skid Row and White Snake make their way to Harrah’s Outdoor Plaza stage to remind you of those days, for a concert you won’t soon forget.  Skid Row leaped into the music scene in 1989 with their debut album that brought memorable favorites like “18 and Life,” “I Remember You” and “Youth Gone Wild.”  White Snake joins Skid Row as Skid Row’s special guest, bringing other 80’s favs like “Here I Go Again,” “Is This Love” and “Still of the Night.” Don’t miss this super night of glam rock, and get your tickets at Caesars.com.

 

PITBULL
SUNDAY, JUNE 30 (8 pm)

GRAND SIERRA RESORT – GRAND THEATRE

 

Armando Christian Pérez, better known as the famous rapper, Pitbull, hit the music scene in the early 2000’s, with his unique combination of reggaeton and latin hip hop that revolutionized the night club scene. His breakthrough hit single released in 2004 called “You Know You Want Me,” thrust him into massive club popularity.  Since then he’s gathered several prestigious musical awards and nominations, and pumped out hits like “Bon Bon,” “Fireball,” “Anthem” and his most recent hit, “Slowly Slowly,” among others. Catch Pitbull live at GSR’s Grand Theatre Sunday night, and get tickets at GrandSierraResort.com.

 

CONCERTS AT COMMONS BEACH presents JOY & MADNESS
SUNDAY, JUNE 30 (4-7 pm)

COMMONS BEACH – TAHOE CITY, CA

 

The Summer Concert Series at Commons Beach continues this weekend!!  This Sunday, Joy and Madness graces the stage in Tahoe City with an explosion of funk and soul.  Joy and Madness brings a “modern classic pop sensibility to a new age of joyous soul and funk,” reaching audiences in a way that few live performers can. Bring our picnics and beach chairs to enjoy an evening of music, fun and friends.  And if you’re not up for packing your cooler, no worries… Bring your wallet and partake in local food and drink from vendors offering beer, wine, soft drinks, ice-cream, sushi, barbecue, salads and more.  Commons Beach concerts are FREE and on the edge of one of the most breathtakingly settings on our planet.  Don’t miss.  For more info, visit ConcertsAtCommonsBeach.com.

 

COMING UP…
ARTOWN!
JULY 1-JULY 31

MULTIPLE VENUES AROUND RENO, NEVADA

 

Reno’s massive art scene comes alive for the entire month of July!  Artown returns, and is expected to be better than ever, with an insane variety of art in all forms taking place daily throughout the Biggest Little City.  Artown begins Monday evening at Wingfield Park, where Paul Thorn and the New Breed Brass Band bring the spirit of New Orleans with their unique fusion of jazz, rock, hip-hop and funk.  And this is only the beginning of what is to come throughout the coming month.  Get a sneak peak at the multitude of events and performances happening July 1-July 31 at Artown.org.

 

ALSO SYNDICATED SOON…
Currently being refreshed with some refreshing interior paint, 30 TENEA COURT in South Reno is prepping to hit the market on syndicated search sites and DeniseHallerbach.com no later than July 3.  While our super painter, Daniel Morales (775-750-4193) spruces up some of the walls, we’d like to share with you our fun little INTRODUCTORY VIDEO.  Situated on a quiet court, on a 1/3 acre lot, with a park and no neighbors to the rear, you’ll enjoy space and a great amount of privacy at 30 Tenea Ct.  This spacious home, located near Summit Shopping, Raley’s grocery and many convenient restaurants, is offered for $570,000.  If you are interested or would like to share with a friend, email me or call me at 775-233-0682.

 


DENISE HALLERBACH
Broker/Owner – Intero Real Estate Services

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www.denisehallerbach.com
 
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RON JOSOL
THURS, JUN 13 (7:30 pm), FRI, JUN 14 (6:30 & 8:30) & SAT, JUN 15 (6:30 & 9:30 pm)
RENO TAHOE COMEDY (PIONEER UNDERGROUND) & LEX NIGHTCLUB

 

He just couldn’t stay away!  Canadian-Filipino comedian Ron Josol loves Reno so much that he is returning for the second straight month.  Pioneer Underground’s Reno Tahoe Comedy & LEX Nightclub welcome back the most recognizable Asian comedian in Canada. Josol has appeared on Comedy Network, ABS-CBN Asia, Showtime Dubai, CBC, Discovery Channel, Echo, omni1&2, MTV Canada, and recently the Biography Channel Canada just to name a few. Checked out this hilarious video of Josol doing standup about growing up as a Filipino immigrant.  Too damn funny!  Learn more about Ron Josol and showtime locations & times at RenoTahoeComedy.com.

 

SUBLIME WITH ROME
THURSDAY, JUNE 13 (7:30 pm)

GRAND SIERRA RESORT – GRAND THEATRE

 

Blend a little Reggae rock and alternative rock, a touch of hip hop, and a dash of ska punk and punk rock, and what do you get?  Sublime with Rome. The band is a collaboration between former bassist of the band Sublime, Eric Wilson, and singer/guitarist Rome Ramirez.  The group was initially known as Sublime back in 1988.  Sadly, in 1996, Sublime’s lead singer Bradley Nowell died of a heroine overdose.  Profoundly affected by that tragic event, Wilson never considered performing the group’s music live without their frontman. More than a decade later however, he met young singer/guitarist Rome Ramirez, and the Sublime flame was once again reignited. You’ll likely recognize them in familiar songs like “Santeria,” “What I Got” and “Badfish.”  For more about Sublime with Rome, and to purchase tickets in advance, visit GrandSierraResort.com.

 

THE GREAT ELDORADO BBQ, BREWS & BLUES FESTIVAL
FRIDAY, JUNE 14 (3-9 pm) & SATURDAY, JUNE 15 (11 am-8 pm)
THE ROW – DOWNTOWN RENO

 

Kick off your summer at one of Reno’s most enjoyable food and music festivals, The Great Eldorado BBQ, Brews and Blues Festival!  Treat yourself to mouthwatering BBQ, tastings from up to 50 ice cold microbreweries and kick-ass rock and blues music running on two stages throughout the festival.  The music is free to the public and includes several bands and stellar headliners, Berlin and WAR.  Grab your friends and head downtown to “The Row,” (South Virginia Street in front of the Eldorado, Silver Legacy and Circus Circus) to enjoy this awesome 24th annual event.  For more information about the BBQ, Brews and Blues Festival, please visit EldoradoReno.com.

 

STEWART FATHER’S DAY POW WOW
FRIDAY-SUNDAY, JUNE 14-16

STEWART INDIAN SCHOOL – 5500 SNYDER AVE, CARSON CITY, NV

 

Experience American Indian heritage and celebrate Father’s Day at the Stewart Father’s Day Powwow!  Hosted by the 129 year-old Stewart Indian School, the event features students, families and alumni of the school presenting vibrant traditional dances and drum performances, and offering arts, crafts, tribal food and more!  The powwow was named Carson City’s “Event of the Year” by the Carson City Chamber of Commerce in 2015 and the Best Cultural Heritage Experience in 2017-2018.  The event also includes a 5k Color Fun Run on Saturday!  For more information, please visit StewartIndianSchool.com.

 

ADVENTURE SPORTS WEEK
SATURDAY, JUNE 14 – SUNDAY, JUNE 23
VARIOUS NORTH LAKE TAHOE VENUES

Now that the weather has shaped up, so can you!!  Get your blood pumping and enjoy the great outdoors at Adventure Sports Week.  There is no more gorgeous of a playground than Lake Tahoe to engage in a variety of activities and sports. This 10-day festival is unlike most others, offering events and competition including trail running, mountain biking, open water swims and more!  Food, wine and music festivities are also sprinkled throughout the event in Tahoe City, CA.  Learn more and register for events at AdventureSportsWeekTahoe.com.

 

RENO STREET FOOD – “FOOD TRUCK FRIDAY”
FRIDAY, JUNE 14 (4-9 pm)

IDLEWILD PARK

 

If you’ve been meaning to hit one of the best food truck events in America, then you’d better head down to Idlewild Park this Friday night.  Reno Street Food, otherwise known as Food Truck Friday, features some fo the most delicious culinary concoctions to hit the streets, and in one ideal location.  With up to 40 rotating gourmet food, craft desserts, beer, wine and mixed drink vendors weekly, you’re bound to find something for everyone in your family to please all palates.  Bring some lightweight beach chairs and blankets and park yourselves on the grass with your grub while you enjoy live entertainment weekly.  For more details about Reno Street Food, please visit Facebook.com/RenoStreetFood.

 

TIM McGRAW
FRIDAY, JUNE 14 (8 pm)

LAKE TAHOE OUTDOOR ARENA @ HARVEY’S – SOUTH LAKE TAHOE

 

Head up to Lake Tahoe for some fresh pine air and talent from one of country music’s massive stars!  Tim McGraw graces the Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena stage and brings with him a show packed with hit after foot-stomping hit. “Live Like You Were Dying,” “Where the Green Grass Grows” “It’s Your Love” and “Something Like That” just might make it to the setlist!  I was lucky enough to see McGraw with my sister when he came to Reno Events Center in February, and he was amazing!  Don’t miss the opportunity to see him at Lake Tahoe, and get your tickets online at Caesars.com.

 

JUSTIN IMPOSSIBLE
SATURDAY, JUNE 15 (7-8 pm) & SUNDAY, JUNE 16 (3-4:30 pm)

IMPOSSIBLES MAGIC SHOP AND THEATRE

 

Settle in to Impossibles Magic Shop & Theatre for mind-blowing magic this weekend!  Actually, what you’ll experience Saturday evening is not “magic,” but rather incredible feats of the mind.  It’s an adult-only display of fascinating mentalism that will leave you asking, “How did he do that?”  Then celebrate Father’s Day at “Unbelievable” with magicians Justin and Jacques.  The pair bring ample humor to their magic show, so much that your jaw is likely to hurt from smiling throughout.  Fathers are invited to attend free of charge.  Don’t forget to reserve your seats quickly before the show is completely booked.  For tickets and more info, visit ImpossiblesMagicShop.com.

 

RENO 1868 FC VS. LA GALAXY II
SATURDAY, JUNE 15 (7:15 pm)
GREATER NEVADA FIELD – 250 EVANS AVE, DOWNTOWN RENO

 

The temps and the action at Greater Nevada Field heat up this weekend when the Reno 1868 FC battle it out with the LA Galaxy II.  Reno is ranked 8 and LA is ranked 11 in the Western Conference, so it should be a good matchup.  At the game, the US Women’s National Team will be honored, soccer balls will be given away and fireworks fill the sky after the game.  Don’t miss all the spirited fun, and get your tickets online in advance at Reno1868FC.com.

 

THE CULT
SATURDAY, JUNE 14 (9 pm)
GRAND SIERRA RESORT – GRAND THEATRE

 

Open the time capsule from the 80’s and relive the post punk, hard rock and early goth-rock era with The Cult!  You may remember The Cult found early success in the UK in 1985 with “She Sells Sanctuary,” laying their foundation for mainstream success in the US with hits like “Love Removal Machine” and “Fire Woman.”  Though the band has seen a couple of breakups and reunions, and members coming and going, they’re in town this weekend with original lead singer Ian Astbury at the mic.  Catch them live Saturday night at the Grand Sierra and get your tickets online at GrandSierraResort.com.

 

TOBY KEITH
SATURDAY, JUNE 15 (7 pm)

THE NUGGET CASINO – NUGGET EVENT CENTER

 

One of the biggest recording artists in country music makes his way to Sparks this Saturday for an unforgettable concert experience.  Toby Keith has not only made a name for himself with memorable songs like “Should’ve Been a Cowboy,” “How Do You Like Me Now?” and  “I Love This Bar” but he’s touch the hearts of many servicemen and women while performing in the Middle East hits like “Courtesy of the Red, White, and Blue” and “American Soldier.”  Learn more about Toby Keith and purchase remaining tickets online at NuggetCasinoResort.com.

 

ACHILLES WHEEL
SUNDAY, JUNE 16 (4-7 pm)

COMMONS BEACH – TAHOE CITY, CA

 

Make your way to Commons Beach in Tahoe City every Sunday afternoon and evening through the summer for the best free concert series to hit Lake Tahoe. The series kicks off this weekend with one of Northern California’s favorite band, Achilles Wheel.  Voted “Top World Music” band in Sacramento News & Review,Achilles Wheel “blurs the lines between genres with a mix of infectious high energy dance beats and stark lyrical ballads..roots rock storytelling combined with dance hall psychedelia. Grab your low-back chairs, blankets, food, drinks and cash for local food vendors offering beer, wine, soft drinks, sushi, BBQ ice cream and more.  For more about this popular weekly event, the summer line-up of bands and more, visit ConcertsAtCommonsBeach.com.

 

HOMEGROWN GASRTOPUB  –  719 SOUTH VIRGINIA ST, MIDTOWN RENO
Open Daily
8 am-2 pm (breakfast) – 11 am-5 pm (lunch) – 5 pm-2 pm (dinner)

 

Organic, locally sourced, fresh ingredients… all are carefully prepared and served up at Homegrown Gastropub in Midtown Reno.  This intimate restaurant is fabulous and offers superbly flavorful options for both meat-eaters and vegans alike. Crisp salads, piping hot brick oven pizzas, tacos, wraps, burgers, sandwiches, delectable breakfast selections… all come loaded with ingenious combinations of ingredients. Homegrown Gastropub also offers an extensive cocktail menu, as well as wine and craft beer.  Make your way down and treat yourself, or head back over if you’ve been there already.  Your tastebuds will be so happy you did!  Check out their website and menu at HomegrownGastopub.com.

 

The summer selling season is in full swing, nationally and locally.  Learn more about what’s happening in the Reno-Sparks June 2019 Real Estate Market, including the increase in median sales price, new listings, units sold and the current active inventory at DeniseHallerbach.com.

 


DENISE HALLERBACH
Broker/Owner – Intero Real Estate Services

dhallerbach@intero.com
www.denisehallerbach.com

 

THE WEEKEND WARRIOR is one of the many ways we provide
information and resources to our clients and friends.

 
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