Seven Days

This week in your city.

Thu 29

Catch the Lexus of Las Vegas Open (1), a United States Tennis Association women’s professional tournament at Red Rock Country Club through Oct. 2. The field includes Las Vegans Asia Muhammad and 14-year-old Kimberly Yee, who recently reached the second round of Junior Girls singles at the U.S. Open. ( PGA Tour pros tee off this morning at TPC Summerlin as part of the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. (7 a.m., More than 30,000 motorcyclists are expected to take to the streets for the 11th annual BikeFest (2). Events include a freestyle stunt show, poker runs, a bikini contest, concerts (by AC/DC tribute band Bon Fire, pictured, among others) and a vendor village at Cashman Center. (Visit for tickets and schedule.)

Fri 30

The William S. Boyd School of Law hosts the Public Interest Law Film Festival at the Thomas & Mack Moot Court Facility. Four films will be shown, followed by a Q&A session and closing remarks by Johnnie Rawlinson, a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals. (9 a.m., Take the kids to Disney’s Phineas and Ferb: The Best LIVE Tour Ever! at the Orleans Arena through Oct. 2. (7 p.m., tickets start at $18.50, Get festive while giving during Opportunity Village’s O-Vino Wine Tasting and Oktoberfest. The two-day event includes a car show, food, music and a silent auction. (6050 S. Buffalo Drive, 5-9 p.m., tickets start at $40 in advance, $75 for a two-day pass.) Motorcyclists, rev your engines for the seventh annual Las Vegas Ride for Kids. Registration opens at 8 a.m., and the ride begins at 10 a.m. at Las Vegas Motor Speedway and ends at Town Square. Proceeds benefit the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. ($35,

Sat 1

We hope you have Bluetooth by now, because as of today, law-enforcement officers will be stopping drivers who are texting or using handheld cell phones. This time, it’ll just be a warning. The law officially goes into effect Jan. 1, with fines ranging from $50-$250. ( The inaugural Las Vegas Asian Food Festival and Trade Show will offer authentic cuisine, cultural performances, rides and live entertainment over two days. (11 a.m.-11 p.m., the Orleans, $7, If you have a budding rock star in your family, sign them up for Las Vegas’ first School of Rock (3), which opens today. (9340 W. Flamingo Road,

Sun 2

The 12th annual Season 4 a Cure Cancer Run takes off this morning at the Summerlin campus of Nevada Cancer Institute. The event features a 5K run and fun walk, a 100-yard children’s dash and breakfast buffet from chefs at the Four Seasons Hotel. (Registration 7 a.m., run at 9 a.m., $25 for adults, $10 for children under 12, Fifteen of the city’s top dancers come together this afternoon for Love2Dance (4), a show that explores the dancers’ triumphs, struggles and love of their craft. All dance styles will be represented, with proceeds benefitting the Cure 4 The Kids Foundation. (3 p.m., South Point, tickets start at $25, The Las Vegas Shakespeare Company (5) kicks off its fall season this evening with A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Sonata Park. (7 p.m., free, 1550 Seven Hills Drive,

Mon 3

Winder Farms is partnering with Mac King’s Magical Literacy Tour to produce the Delivering Magic Book Drive (6). Winder Farms customers can help local schools by leaving new or gently used books in their front-porch coolers for Winder deliverymen Oct. 22. For a donation of three books, each household will receive two free tickets to see the Mac King Comedy Magic Show at Harrah’s. (

Tue 4

In honor of National Golf Day, Caesars Entertainment offers discounts at its golf courses. At Rio Secco Golf Club, you can get 25 percent off the regular rate with offer code RSNGD11 (, and Cascata has a resort rate of $250 (regularly $375) and a resident rate of $100 (regularly $150) with code CNGD11 after noon. (

Wed 5

Artist-in-residence MK Guth invites visitors to write down their dreams and aspirations on white strips of fabric for his interactive Best Wishes exhibit at P3 Studio inside the Cosmopolitan. The fabric strips will be braided into Guth’s hair, which will be cut Oct. 11 and displayed at P3 Studio through Oct. 12. The studio is open from 3-9 p.m. daily except Oct. 3 and 10. (,