Seven Days

This week in your city.

Thu 16

Pop legend Elton John continues his residency at the Colosseum with The Million Dollar Piano through Saturday before taking a break for two months. (7:30 p.m., in Caesars Palace, $55-$500, Master illusionist Michael Turco of America’s Got Talent is joined by Dancing With the Stars beauty Lacey Schwimmer to deliver a fusion of high-energy dance numbers, mystical illusions and audience interaction in Magic & Mayhem at the Saxe Theater in the Miracle Mile Shops. (4 p.m. daily, $40, in Planet Hollywood, 260-7200.) Celebrate the legacy of silent-film star Charlie Chaplin with screenings of Shoulder Arms and The Kid at the Sci-Fi Center. (8 p.m., $3, 900 E. Karen Ave.,

Fri 17

Join the fight against heart disease in women at the Go Red for Women Luncheon in association with the American Heart Association at the Rio. (10 a.m., $150, It will be double trouble at The Mirage when comedy kings Ray Romano and Kevin James step up to the mic in the Terry Fator Theater as part of the Aces of Comedy series. (7:30 and 10 p.m., $107-$127,

Sat 18

Keep Memory Alive’s 16th annual Power of Love Gala will celebrate the 70th birthday of Muhammad Ali with special performances and tributes from notables such as Snoop Dogg, Stevie Wonder, Larry King, Samuel L. Jackson and others at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. (5:30 p.m., 331-7045, Celebrate national Drink Wine Day at the Barrymore in the Royal Resort with a choice of 50 reds, whites and pinks under $50. (Open 11:30 a.m., 99 Convention Center Drive, The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art presents Claude Monet: Impressions of Light, exhibiting 20 pieces by Monet. (10 a.m.-8 p.m., The Izel Ballet Folklorico presents Viaje Atravez del Folklore, celebrating Mexico’s culture, music and dance, at the Winchester Cultural Center. (6-8 p.m., 3130 McLeod Drive, $8, children under 12 $5,

Sun 19

Figurative sculptor Kira will work on the finishing touches of a clay sculpture at Oh My Godard Gallery where she will unveil her newest bronze sculpture, “Hero,” a tribute to those serving in the armed forces. (2-5 p.m., in Planet Hollywood, Visit the Big Springs Gallery at the Springs Preserve through March 4 to view the best artwork from students in grades 7-12 as part of the annual Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Southern Nevada Regional Competition. (10 a.m.-6 p.m. daily, 333 S. Valley View Blvd.,

Mon 20

Try new restaurants and make friends by joining Las Vegas’ vegan eating club, which meets tonight at Komol. (6:30 p.m., 953 E. Sahara Ave., 731-6542, World champion magician Juliana Chen directs Avant Garde, a collection of “music, mirth, magic and mayhem,” at the Plaza. (7 p.m. Sun-Thur, 1 Main St., $36,

Tue 21

Meghan Cleary, author of Shoe Are You?, hosts a seminar about fall fashion and shoe trends—and matches local socialites with the perfect shoe at Crystals. (2 p.m., at City Center, free.) RagTag Entertainment presents Take Off With Us: A Tribute to Bob Fosse at Ovation Lounge with Fosse’s most memorable performances. Proceeds to benefit Golden Rainbow. (8 p.m., in Green Valley Ranch, $15,

Wed 22

Dig into fresh oysters for just $1.50 per piece at Lakeside Grill’s Oyster Happy Hour. (5:30-7:30 p.m., in the Wynn, 770-7000.) PBR Rock Bar celebrates National Margarita Day, offering two margaritas for the price of one ($12). All locals receive 20 percent off their bill. (Open at 11:30 a.m., in Planet Hollywood, 750-1685.)