Life Time Fitness Offers Aquatic Workouts, Park on Fremont Serves Breakfast

What to do around the clock in Las Vegas this week.


HELP of Southern Nevada kicks off the sixth annual Help2O Water Drive. Water bottles can be donated at any of the four Southern Nevada Whole Foods Market locations to aid in protecting homeless individuals from the summer heat to come. This year, Whole Foods will match donations up to 10,000 bottles. Through Aug. 31, locations and hours at wholefoodsmarket.commonetary donations accepted at

Indulge in Fix Restaurant’s Whiskey & Wagyu Dinner—a five-course meal paired with whiskey-based cocktails. Leave it to the professionals to present combos like A3 Japanese Wagyu rib eye with a bourbon, contratto bitter, cynar and Punt e Mes cocktail. 7 p.m., $150 per person, inside Bellagio

For the 12th year, Cirque du Soleil’s performers, technicians and staff present side-project artworks in PARADE The Collective, an exhibit opening today at the Metropolitan Gallery of Las Vegas inside Neonopolis. Attend the community reception, see their creations and “get to know your neighbors.” 6–8 p.m., $5, 450 Fremont St.,

Learn about a former Sands Copa girl, Playboy playmate and culture and fashion icon at the Las Vegas Stories series installment titled The Glamorous Life of Corinne Entratter Sidney. 7 p.m., free, Jewel Box Theater inside Clark County Library, 1401 E. Flamingo Rd.,


Santa Cruz, California-based surf-rock outfit Fascinating Creatures of the Deep invades The Golden Tiki, with additional tunes by Rex Dart. 9 p.m., free, 3939 Spring Mountain Rd.,

The uniform-clad rock opera outfit The Protomen delivers a multiact performance featuring well-known tracks from artists such as Queen, David Bowie, Genesis, Styx, Bruce Springsteen and Journey. 8 p.m., $15–$25, Vinyl inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino,

The Las Vegas Natural History Museum’s sixth annual Sundown in Downtown: Bones and Booze fundraiser hits Heritage Park. This outdoor celebration features music, a beer garden with brews from local breweries and all-you-can-eat food from El Sombrero, VegeNation, Triple George Grill, Popcorn Girl and more. 6  p.m., $35 general admission includes two drink tickets, $55 VIP includes unlimited drinks,

Get your dance on at Downtown Grand’s rooftop oasis, Citrus Grand Pool Deck, during its Citrus Summer Series party. The weekly happening features games, drink specials and entertainment from 98.5 KLUC Morning Zoo personalities Kayla and Davey. 7 p.m.,


Certified instructors from The Society of American Fight Directors demonstrate stage weapon maneuvers in Play With Swords: A Stage Combat Celebration, followed by a question-and-answer session. 7 p.m., $10–$15, Charleston Heights Arts Center, 800 S. Brush St.,

The Garage hosts its Pit Stop benefit, with 100 percent of proceeds from alcohol sales going to Aid for AIDS of Nevada. 8 p.m.–midnight, free, 1487 E. Flamingo Rd.,

The Skye Canyon community and the Las Vegas Astronomical Society hosts Skye & Stars. The evening of stargazing features music, family-friendly lawn games, food vendors (including 50 Shades of Green, Dude Where’s My Hotdog and Kona Ice) and telescopes open for viewing. Be on the lookout for Jupiter and Saturn, the brightest planets in the sky tonight. 7 p.m., free, Skye Canyon Park, 10111 W. Skye Canyon Dr.,

Local Brews Local Grooves hits House of Blues, where 16 different breweries will offer unlimited samples. The event’s live-music lineup features DriveN, For the Fight!, Strange Mistress, Franky Perez, Crash Midnight, The Broken Spectacles, Tower of Cards and more. 6 p.m., $45, inside Mandalay Bay,

Guerrilla Artz Foundation and the City of Las Vegas present an outdoor public art workshop on creating community murals using acrylic paint. Supplies and light refreshments will be provided. 10:30 a.m., free, Historic Fifth Street School Frank Wright Memorial Courtyard, 401 S. Fourth St., RSVP at 702-229-4631


The Kingston Trio revisits its late ’50s/early ’60s hits such as “Tom Dooley” and “Reverend Mr. Black.” Catch them at South Point Hotel Casino & Spa. 7:30 p.m., $25–$35, South Point Showroom,

Park on Fremont is now serving breakfast with delicious sandwich and toast combos—such as the Morning Razzle with raspberry jam and Nutella. Enjoy its patio during the cool morning hours. 7 –11 a.m. Mon.–Fri., 506 Fremont St.,


Did you notice there’s a new Waffle Bar at Tivoli Village? Get in on the savory and sweet Belgian goodness the restaurant’s expanded menu offers. 8 a.m.–6 p.m., 410 S. Rampart Blvd.,

Chill out to the reggae sounds of Easy Star All-Stars with The Late Ones and The Elovaters at Brooklyn Bowl. 8 p.m., $20–$22, at the Linq Promenade,


How about some good auld Irish music? Derek Warfield & The Young Wolfe Tones play tonight at Rí Rá Irish Pub. 8:45 p.m., free, inside the Shoppes at Mandalay Place,

Life Time Fitness Green Valley now offers WTRX full-body aquatic workout classes! 9:30 a.m. Tues. and Thurs., $30 day pass, 121 Carnegie St.,

Life Time Fitness WTRX class

The 10th annual Las Vegas Film Festival kicks off today with a lineup that includes a mix of feature films, documentaries, animated works, shorts and music videos. Single tickets $11, festival passes $75–$175, Brenden Theatres at the Palms Casino Resort, Find our conversation with LVFF director of programming West McDowell here.

How about some wine? How about a whole bottle? Brio Tuscan Grille offers half-priced bottles of wine (up to $75) to take the edge off your Tuesdays. Restaurant hours vary, offer valid Tuesdays through June 20, locations at Tivoli Village and Town Square,


Swedish metal god Yngwie Malmsteen shreds at House of Blues. 7:30 p.m., $27, inside Mandalay Bay,

Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar wants you to Love Your Lunch, so it has added new menu items such as Salmone in Salsa Crudaiola with capers, olive and cherry tomato, or the Pollo alla Diavola, with pancetta and Calabrese pepper. Plus, a soup of the day or house salad come with these fresh items. $13.95, 11:30—4 p.m., 4480 Paradise Rd.,

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