The 51s Are Back, and They Brought Dollar Beers


Thursday, April 3

The Las Vegas 51s take on the Fresno Grizzlies in their season opener in a series that continues through Sunday. Thursday also marks the return of Budweiser Dollar Beer Night, which will continue every Thursday home game of the season. 7:05 p.m.,
$10 and up,

Friday, April 4

Haven’t made it to the Linq yet? Here’s a fine opportunity: the second annual ACM Party for a Cause Festival. The open-air bash benefiting Outnumber Hunger is headlined by country heavy-hitters Rascal Flatts (today) and Keith Urban (Saturday) in advance of the big she-bang, Sunday’s ACM Awards at the MGM Grand. 4 p.m. Fri, 12 p.m. Sat, $65 for two-day passes,

Saturday, April 5

If you haven’t experienced enough sun or celebrities yet, swing by the Michael Jordan Celebrity Invitational at Shadow Creek Golf Course Thursday-Sunday. The 13th annual tournament promises stars such as Ray Romano, Wayne Gretzky and Christina Milian hitting the green to raise funds for charities including Keep Memory Alive and Opportunity Village. You get to watch and relax while they do so. 7:30 a.m. Thurs-Fri, 9 a.m. Sat.-Sun., $30,

Sunday, April 6

If you missed the preview performances of The Tempest, never fear. Public performances of Teller’s magic-infused, Shakespearean epic start tonight. Before you go, read our March 27 cover story about Teller and his theatrical undertaking at At Symphony Park at The Smith Center, 8 p.m.,

Monday, April 7

Once a month since January, Cinema Society of Las Vegas has filled the Green Valley’s Galaxy Luxury+ Theatre with independent films. Tonight the inaugural half season ends with Taiwan’s 2013 Oscars submission, Touch of the Light. What better way to cap off a Monday than edification via film, viewed from some of the comfiest theater seats in the Valley? 4 p.m., $20,

Tuesday, April 8

Now from a finale to an ongoing source of weekday fun: The second Tuesday of the month means it’s time for the Cornhole Tournament at the Gold Spike. Register by emailing with your names (and clever team name.) The top three teams will walk away with pride and prizes. $20 per team to enter, 8 p.m.,

Wednesday, April 9

It’s time to start planning your next recreational endeavor. At 5 a.m., registration begins for the City of Henderson’s spring and summer parks and recreations programs. Registration is available online, by mail or at any recreation center. Whether you want to learn to swim, sew or downward dog, now’s the time to reserve your spot in a class.