Smurfs: The Lost Village. Courtesy of Sony Pictures Animation

Get the Blues With Smurfs, Paint It Forward for St. Jude’s

What to do around the clock in Las Vegas.

Thursday 6

Learn how to make pasta Frank’s way at the first installment of the latest Wynn Master Class Series with chef Theo Schoenegger of Encore’s Sinatra restaurant and Frank Sinatra’s granddaughter, AJ Lambert. Bonus: Enjoy a three-course lunch and take home a recipe card and keepsake gift. 11:30 a.m., $125, inside Encore at Wynn Las Vegas,

“Slay All Day Then Rosé at Crave American Kitchen & Sushi Bar’s ladies’ night with $5 glasses of rosé, $7 glasses of frosé, rosé pong on the patio and prizes. You work hard; treat yourself with a little debauchery! Thursdays, 3–7 p.m., 10970 Rosemary Park Dr.,

Global roots reggae outfit Katchafire performs at Brooklyn Bowl. 8 p.m., $25–$27, at The Linq Promenade,

After a tragedy on a cross-country bike trip, 21-year-old Leo seeks comfort from his grandmother. See 4,000 Miles by Amy Herzog at Las Vegas Little Theatre. 8 p.m., $10–$15, 3920 Schiff Dr.,

Hash House A Go Go donates $1 to Grant a Gift Autism Foundation for every delicious blueberry pancake sold. Guess you have another reason to stuff yourself with the restaurant’s breakfast treats. Through April 8, hours vary, five Las Vegas locations,

Friday 7

88 Ways presents #PopUpLive, featuring local grungy, bluesy-rock trio the American Weather with support from Kid You’re No Fighter and Lady Reiko & The Sin City Prophets. 8 p.m., $10–$12, Vinyl inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino,

Smurfs have been entertaining children (and kids at heart) on-screen since the ’80s. Today, the little blue guys (and Smurfette) invade the big screen in Smurfs: The Lost Village. Showtimes, theaters and prices vary,

Pinot’s Palette opens its third Las Vegas location at Town Square and “paints” it forward, with 100 percent of proceeds from today’s and tomorrow’s classes going to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. 7 p.m., $39,

Las Vegas West Fest brings some of the best rap and hip-hop acts in the country to The Orleans Arena. Catch performances by Ice Cube, E-40, Too $hort and more. 6:30 p.m., $72–$233, at The Orleans Hotel & Casino,

Catch the Head and the Heart on April 11.

Saturday 8

What’s the recipe for authentic self-realization? An evening of poetry and art at The Writer’s Block’s Existentialist Cookbook event can get you a little closer to the answer. 5:30 p.m., 1020 Fremont St.,

Today is Slow Art Day, dedicated to going to galleries and slowly looking at art. The Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art offers 5–10-minute guided meditations on the works of Kim Rugg, Julie Oppermann and Heidi Schwegler. 1–3 p.m., $2–$5 suggested contribution, at UNLV,

The Swingin’ Pedestrians’ repertoire spans from ’50s pop to ’70s and ’80s alternative, bringing elements of swing and a driving saxophone to each track they try on. Catch their performance at Bruce Trent Park, and get some food-truck grub while you’re there. 2 p.m., 8851 Vegas Dr., 702-229-3514

Lend a hand in cleaning up Sunrise Trailhead in Clark County Wetlands Park. Come prepared to get dirty. RSVP at 9–11 a.m., 7050 E. Wetlands Park Lane,

Performers from Strip production shows offer a new take on Andrew Lloyd Webber’s 1971 musical Jesus Christ Superstar to benefit Golden Rainbow, a nonprofit organization providing housing, education and other resources to men, women and children living with HIV/AIDS in Southern Nevada. 2 p.m.,$25–$100, Tropicana Theatre at Tropicana Las Vegas,

Sunday 9

Indie rock musician David Bazan plays an eclectic set to soothe any weekend woes you may have. 9 p.m., $10–$12, 124 S. 11th St., The Bunkhouse Saloon,

In Topgolf’s Spring Leagues, two-person teams compete every Sunday for the chance to win up to a $2,000 cash prize. Get your game face on. 10 a.m., $195, 4627 Koval Lane,

American roots-rock band Billy Bob Thornton & the Boxmasters bring popular covers and original songs to Cabaret Jazz at The Smith Center. 7 p.m., $39–$75,

Sandra Scheller discusses her book Try to Remember—Never Forget, about her mother’s experience as a prisoner in Nazi concentration camps, at The Corner Gallery. Meet the author and check out the related exhibit The Unknown Artist: History Erased, which explores and analyzes the artwork of Adolf Hitler. 2:30—4:30 p.m., inside The Arts Factory, 107 E. Charleston Blvd. #220,

Monday 10

What role does visual art play in our communities? Hear from artists Andreana Donahue, Justin Favela, Clarity Haynes, Wendy Kveck and author Sharon Louden on artists’ influence on culture at a panel discussion titled The Artist as Culture Producer. 7 p.m., Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art,

Costa del Sur celebrates the sweetness of the season with sugar-infused spa treatment specials throughout April. Try pairing your spring cleaning with a Sweet Sugar Manicure and Pedicure or a 50-minute massage. Specials valid Mon.–Fri., 6 a.m.–8 p.m., prices vary,

Tuesday 11

Be proud to be a hipster at the Head and the Heart’s concert at Brooklyn Bowl. 7:30 p.m., $31–$46, at The Linq Promenade,

What does an American do when immersed in the magic and romance of the City of Lights? Find out while watching the Tony–winning musical An American in Paris, which begins its run tonight at Reynolds Hall. 7:30 p.m., $29–$127, The Smith Center,

Read An American Sickness: How Healthcare Became Big Business and How You Can Take It Back by Elisabeth Rosenthal, on shelves today, and thank God Trump Care hasn’t passed. Penguin Press, $28,

Wednesday 12

Delta Bombers rockabillies you silly at the Bunkhouse Saloon tonight. 8 p.m , $12, 124 S. 11th St.,

Umami Burger, Beer Garden & Sports Book has introduced Cindy’s Casa Burger, featuring jalapeño-studded beef patties with crushed avocado, oven-roasted tomato, miso mustard and caramelized onions, inspired by Cindy Crawford. Daily 11 a.m.–10 p.m., $14, inside SLS Las Vegas,  

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