Allison Wiese, Neon Museum’s national artist-in-residence.

Neon Museum Hosts a Studio Open House, Silverton Has a Doggie Date Nite

What to do around the clock in Las Vegas


Did this month’s Electric Daisy Carnival leave you longing to learn the techniques of our city’s greatest DJs? The Enterprise Library is hosting a Learn to DJ class for teens that explains the intricacies of everything from cueing to slicing to sampling. 3–6 p.m., 25 E. Shelbourne Ave.,

You can also join the inaugural meeting of the Better Half Book Club at Downtown bookstore The Writer’s Block. Tonight they’ll be discussing Fay Weldon’s The Life and Loves of a She-Devil. 6–7:30 p.m., 1020 Fremont St., #100,

If you’ve been craving rosé and you love bar games, then you should be at Crave for Rosé Pong, where there will be $5 glasses of rosé and $7 glasses of frosé (frozen rosé) on the menu. If that’s not enough to lure you to the Downtown Summerlin restaurant, prizes and food and drink specials complete the event. Leave work early! 3–7 p.m.,

Downtown Grand and KOAS Old School 105.7 host another edition of Old School by the Pool on the hotel’s casino rooftop. Tonight you’ll see a performance by Sons of Soul.
7 p.m.,


Neon Museum 2017 National Artist-in-Residence Allison Wiese is hosting a Studio Open House at the museum’s Ne10 Building. Wiese, a San Diego resident, has spent the month working to create an installation project, drawing on inspiration from the museum. 6–8 p.m., 300 Las Vegas Blvd. North,

Take the family to Spring Mountain Ranch State Park for the Archery at the Ranch class. Instructors supply the bows and arrows, so leave yours at home. 10 a.m., $7–$9 entry fee, 702-875-4141 for reservations, 6375 Highway 159,

The last Friday of the month means it’s time for X-Treme Bingo night at Santa Fe Station Hotel. When we hear “X-Treme,” we picture Mountain Dew ads and Vin Diesel jumping off a bridge wearing rollerblades. It’s probably better than that: X-Treme Bingo has shot specials and prizes. 11 p.m.,

Las Vegas Restaurant Week winds down tonight, so get in one last meal to benefit Three Square Food Bank. Nacho Daddy in Summerlin is offering three-course lunch and dinner menus for $20 and $30, respectively. 11 a.m.–10 p.m. daily, 9560 W. Sahara Ave.,

It’s Doggie Date Nite at Silverton Casino’s Sunset Cinema series. Tonight they’re screening The Secret Life of Pets and A League of Their Own. You’re welcome to bring a picnic basket along with your best friend.  6 p.m.,

Country crooner Chris Young is playing Red Rock Resort’s Sandbar stage with special guests the Swon Brothers. Go enjoy some music by the pool. 7 p.m., $49,


Want to see what happens when you go to the gym—a lot? The Orleans Hotel and Casino is hosting the 2017 Patriots Challenge featuring the oiled-up, muscular bods of men and women who look better in bathing suits than we do. It’s OK to stare. 10 a.m., $45,

Do your part to help active and retired first responders at the Las Vegas Fire and Rescue Charitable Association Don Vines Memorial Poker Tournament at Planet Hollywood Hotel & Casino. It’s open to the public, and there’s a $200 buy-in if you want to play for prizes. The winner also gets a guaranteed $10,000 seat at the World Series of Poker’s main event. 2 p.m.,

The Smith Center’s Conversations with Norm series, featuring legendary Las Vegas columnist Norm Clarke, returns with special guest Marie Osmond. 2 p.m., $25,

The Wet ’n’ Wild water park is going big-time for its Red, White & Wild Weekend, with country jams, line dancing, all-you-can-eat barbecue 1–3 p.m., mechanical bull-riding and fireworks on Saturday and Sunday at 8:45 p.m. $10–$35 (children 2 and under free), all-you-can-eat barbecue $15, 7055 S. Fort Apache Rd.,

Or you could head farther south to Laughlin for the first night of the 27th Annual Rockets Over the River celebration. The fireworks show over the Colorado River begins just after dark. If you miss the show tonight, catch it again on July 4.

Learn about the life and missions of NASA’s Neil Armstrong in the documentary First Man on the Moon at the Springs Preserve’s Big Springs Theater. 3 p.m., $5–$19 (members free), 333 S. Valley View Blvd.,


See some beautiful horses and talented riders at the Celebration Circuit Quarter Horse Show inside the South Point Equestrian Center. The event runs through July 9, so you have plenty of chances to see the animals in action. Inside South Point Hotel Casino & Spa,

If you can’t wait until Tuesday to see fireworks, you can head to Lake Las Vegas for the annual Independence Day Celebration at MonteLago Village. Enjoy live music, including a performance by the Henderson Symphony Orchestra, as well as fireworks over the lake. 7 p.m., 29 Grand Mediterra Blvd.,


The Las Vegas Natural History Museum’s latest traveling exhibit, Rainforest Adventure, is a maze-like experience in which guests explore and answer questions about the tropical habitat. Be careful: A wrong answer could lead you to a dead end! $5–$10 (children 2 and under free), 900 Las Vegas Blvd. North,

You can also catch another poolside fireworks display, this one at Henderson water park Cowabunga Bay. Park hours 11 a.m.–10 p.m., ticket prices vary, 900 Galleria Dr.,

Get to Fremont Street early tonight so you can have a good spot for Heart’s Ann Wilson. She’s performing as part of the Downtown Rocks free concert series. We can hear the opening chords of “Barracuda” in our heads right now. 9–11 p.m.,


Boulder City’s 69th Annual Boulder City Damboree Celebration starts early with a pancake breakfast at Bicentennial Park. The Fourth of July extravaganza also features a flyover by the Boulder City Veterans Flying Group, the annual parade, midway games, afternoon events at Veteran’s Memorial Park and a 9 p.m. fireworks show. Don’t miss this!
7 a.m.–10:30 p.m., Boulder City,

The City of Henderson is hosting its Fourth of July Celebration at Heritage Park. Admission and parking are free, and the event features bounce houses, a Ferris wheel, lawn games and fireworks at 9 p.m. Gates open at 1 p.m.,


The Charleston Heights Arts Center hosts a performance of Razzle Bam Boom—All That Trash for families. The musical variety show doubles as an educational piece, teaching the importance of conserving natural resources and recycling. 10:30 a.m., $6, 800 S. Brush St.,

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