Vegas Seven


  • Mad Science Club

    Kids like to experiment, and they like to get messy.  They can do both at the event inside the Summerlin Library. *Geared toward children ages 6 to 11.

  • Luau Night at the Drive-In

    By Ryan Vellinga

    Come dressed in your luau gear before movies begin and enjoy free live performances, music, face painting and activities for the kids.

  • Vegas Golden Knights Sticks For Kids

    By Ryan Vellinga

    The first of three Vegas Golden Knights 2017 Sticks For Kids street hockey clinics kick off before it gets so hot the pucks start melting on the asphalt. Kids ages 5-15 will learn the fundamentals of shooting, stick handling and passing in these two-hour sessions.  Read more about Sticks For Kids at

  • CES 2017

    CES’ Niftiest—and Most Ridiculous—Gadgets

    By Amber Sampson, Lissa Townsend Rodgers, Mark Adams and Zoneil Maharaj

    We scoured the tech convention to find the industry’s latest and greatest speakers, pet wearables (!) and more.

  • Town Scary

    Halloween fun for the whole family as Town Square gets spooky with trick-or-treating, games, costume contests and photos.

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    Summer Meals for Kids

    By Emmily Bristol

    The summer meal program, administered by the Nevada Department of Agriculture (NDA), is in session for families struggling to put food on the table.

  • Las Vegas Classic Film Theater: The Wizard of Oz

    Dig Dorothy’s ruby slippers, the Emerald City and those wacky denizens of Munchkinland on the big screen.

  • Giant Science & Technology Expo

    A full day of science shenanigans—fossils, dinosaurs, robotics, technology, biology, astronomy and, of course, Rubik’s cube contests.

  • Dinosaurs of the Past, the Present & the Future

    Paleontologist and consultant for the Jurassic Park series Dr. Jack Horner explores the past, present and (maybe) the future of dinosaurs. Part of the Las Vegas Science & Technology Festival.

  • May Science Be With You

    A Star Wars celebration with DRI lab tours, free admission to the Atomic Testing Museum, scientist demonstrations, costume photo ops, food trucks and more. Part of the Las Vegas Science & Technology Festival.

  • Kate DiCamillo

    The two-time Newbery medalist  and author of novels including Because of Winn-Dixie and The Tale of Despereaux will do a reading a book signing to celebrate her new novel, Raymie Nightingale,

  • Hop & Shop at Town Square

    Egg hunts will be held in shifts by age group–it’s free but you must register beforehand. There will also be a variety of other family activities.

  • Aladdin’s March Magic

    The Genie of the Neon Museum will tell the tale of Aladdin, then kids can make “magic carpets” to “fly” around the museum and participate in other fun activities. A family event recommended for children from preschool through third grade.

  • Follow the Evidence: Forensic Science Day

    The American Academy of Forensic Sciences is meeting in Las Vegas and they’re partnering with the Las Vegas Natural History Museum for a day of forensic science. From 11 a.m.-2 p.m., CSI Mini-Camp for kids. Attendees will dig into investigation techniques such as bone identification, fingerprinting and DNA analysis, as well as explore the connections […]