May Calendar

Compiled by Stina Fausone

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May Day
Sunday, May 1

Cookie Ride
Sunday, May 1
11 a.m.
Crystal Peak Park — Verdi
Start planning for the 11th Annual “Cookie Ride” to Verdi, celebrating the anniversary of the Mogul-Verdi trail opening! Homemade cookies and lemonade will be served at Crystal Peak Park in Verdi, with each bike club, friends group, and others planning your own departure time and place to arrive at the target time. For details, visit http://www.tpbikeway.org/ 

Genoa’s Sweet Sippin’ Sunday
Sunday, May 1
1 – 4 p.m.
Downtown — Genoa
The 1st Sunday of every month, join Genoa businesses for a walk through town while sipping and sampling yummy cocktails at participating businesses. Music, prizes, sweets, and spirits await you! Genoa kicks off the Sweet Sippin’ Sunday season on the last day of the Genoa Cowboy Festival. For details, visit http://visitcarsonvalley.org/calendar/813-genoa-s-sweet-sippin-sunday.html 

Sunday Music Brunch: Mel Wade
Sunday, May 1
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Enjoy live music every Sunday at the Nevada Museum of Art with brunch presented by chez louie. The menu will feature artful dishes, mimosas, and a Bloody Mary bar. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2016/05/ 

Guided Art Tours
Sunday, May 1
1 – 2 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Tour the Nevada Museum of Art with the Museum’s trained docents during the regularly scheduled guided tours offered Thursdays at 6 p.m. (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 p.m., and Sundays at 1 p.m. The tour will consist of the featured exhibit that is most current. Reservations are not needed and the tour is free with admission fee. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2016/05/ 

Discovering Wine Class
Tuesday, May 3
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
TMCC Meadowood Center S315 — Reno
Learn tasting techniques from a certified sommelier and explore the characteristics and wine styles of the world’s major grape varieties every Tuesday until May 24! It’s time to impress your friends and family at that next brunch when you identify wine varietals in a blind tasting. Build a knowledge base for a lifetime of wine enjoyment and appreciation! For details, visit http://www.tmcc.edu/wdce/ 

Warm Season Vegetable Gardening Class
Tuesday, May 3
6 – 8 p.m.
University of Nevada Cooperative Extension — Reno
The University of Nevada Cooperative Extension is offering eight “Grow Your Own, Nevada!” classes statewide to help Nevadans to become more sustainable, local, and healthy by growing more of their own food. The series of workshops will run May 3 through May 26, and be held Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6 to 8 p.m. The workshops will provide gardeners and those interested in growing healthy foods with a “back-to-the-basics” guide to great harvests in Nevada. Classes will be held live in Reno and via videoconference to participating sites statewide. To attend in another location, contact your local Cooperative Extension office! For details, visit http://www.growyourownnevada.com/horticulture-programs/grow-your-own/ 

Half Price Admission at the Nevada Discovery Museum
Wednesday, May 4
4 – 8 p.m.
Nevada Discovery Museum — Reno
Every Wednesday enjoy half price admission to the Terri Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum from 4 – 8 p.m. for just $5! Children under one year old and members are always free. For details, visit https://nvdm.org/events/list/?tribe_paged=2&tribe_event_display=list   

May the Fourth Be With You Star Wars Event
Wednesday, May 4
4 – 7 p.m.
Minden Park — Minden
Bring your costumes, extensive knowledge of all things Star Wars, light sabers, and anything else Star Wars you can think of! Star Wars franchise fans will celebrate “May the Fourth Be With You” on May 4, geeking out to all things they know and love about this iconic series. The celebration will include activities for adult and child fans of Star Wars, as well as a costume contest. For details, visit http://visitcarsonvalley.org/calendar/838-may-the-forth-be-with-you.html 

Educator Evenings
Wednesday, May 4
4 – 6 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Local educators are invited to attend a FREE series on the first Wednesday of every month (excluding January and July). Join Charles N. Mathewson Curator of Education Marisa Cooper for a presentation, discussion and activity exploring the elements of art, natural history, and storytelling found in the Cedra Wood: A Residency on Earth exhibit as they relate to teaching and the Nevada Academic Content Standards. This will be followed by a reception with light refreshments. Teacher in-service credit is available for participating in the Educator Evenings. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2016/05/ 

Small Wonder Wednesday Early-Entry Event
Wednesday, May 4
9 a.m.
Nevada Discovery Museum — Reno
Don’t miss this special treat every Wednesday for your little investigators. Children five years and under can enjoy story time and explore the museum a full hour before it is open to the public. For details, visit https://nvdm.org/events/   

Techniques III Class
Wednesday, May 4
6 p.m.
Nothing To It! Culinary Center — Reno
And the culinary adventure continues with Nothing To It! Culinary Center’s third installment of their very popular techniques series. This class will help you understand the what, where, why, and how of the food you eat. Not only will the course help you to cook more seasonally and with the greatest flavor, you will also build on your knife skills by learning how to butterfly and truss meat. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?nMonth=5&nYear=2016 

Cinco De Mayo
Thursday, May 5

Gardening in Nevada’s Soils Class
Thursday, May 5
6 – 8 p.m.
University of Nevada Cooperative Extension — Reno
The University of Nevada Cooperative Extension is offering eight “Grow Your Own, Nevada!” classes statewide to help Nevadans to become more sustainable, local, and healthy by growing more of their own food. The series of workshops will run May 3 through May 26, and be held Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6 to 8 p.m. The workshops will provide gardeners and those interested in growing healthy foods with a “back-to-the-basics” guide to great harvests in Nevada. Classes will be held live in Reno and via videoconference to participating sites statewide. To attend in another location, contact your local Cooperative Extension office! For details, visit http://www.growyourownnevada.com/horticulture-programs/grow-your-own/ 

First Thursday Food, Music, and Art Event
Thursday, May 5
5 – 7 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Stop by the Nevada Museum of Art on the first Thursday of every month and jam to live music, enjoy specialty craft cocktails, and check out some of the unbelievable featured galleries. This month’s music will feature Flannel Fish. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2016/05/ 

Art Walk Reno Celebrates Cinco de Mayo
Thursday, May 5 
5 p.m. 
West St. Market — Reno 
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo and the two-year anniversary of Art Walk Reno this Thursday! Art Walk Reno is so proud to have worked with more than 20 businesses in the Downtown and Riverwalk area, raising money and awareness for Reno’s budding art movement and local area nonprofits. This month, a portion of Art Walk Reno proceeds made will be given to Our Center, an organization that addresses advocacy, education, and services for the Northern Nevada LGBTQ community. For details, visit http://artspotreno.com/

Spring Seasonal Cheeses: A Guided Tasting
Thursday, May 5
5:30 p.m.
Wedge Cheese Shop — Reno
No one knows cheeses like Wedge Cheese Shop does! Check out this awesome guided tasting and learn how to pair your white wines like a pro this summer with the most delicious spring cheeses you could ever imagine. For details, visit http://wedgecheeseshop.com/classes/ 

Chile Relleno Workshop
Thursday, May 5
6 p.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary Center — Reno
Learn how to make this culinary classic originating from Puebla, Mexico. Find your perfect combination of roasted chilies, cheese, and other ingredients. Nothing to It! Culinary Center argues that this is quintessential Mexican comfort food, and we couldn’t agree more. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3318 

Reno Sculpture Fest
May 6 – 8
10 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Downtown — Reno
Celebrate The Biggest Little City’s unique culture with downtown Reno’s largest art walk, more than 30 ‘larger-than-life’ sculptures spanning 12 city blocks, interactive art installations, local food trucks, late night concerts, live musical performances, live painters and muralists, kids activities, silent disco, and much, much more. For details, visit http://renosculpturefest.com/ 

Veggies in Full Swing Workshop
Saturday, May 7 
11 a.m. – 1 p.m
Rail City Garden Center — Reno
So, you've planted all your seeds, your garden is well on its way, now what's the next step? Head to the Rail City Garden Center to get helpful tips and tricks to get the most from your garden this season, as well as which pests to keep your eye out for. For details, visit http://railcitygardencenter.com/

The Price is Right LIVE
Saturday, May 7
8 p.m.
Silver Legacy Resort Casino — Reno
So many events this weekend it’s almost hard to keep up! There’s no reason you can’t do it all and celebrate Mother’s Day with Mom right by your side. Talk-show host Jerry Springer will host The Price is Right Live, the hit interactive stage show that gives eligible individuals the chance to “come on down” and be the next contestant. Prizes include appliances, vacations, and possibly even a new car! For details, visit http://www.silverlegacyreno.com/ 

The Greenhouse Project's Plant Sale 
Saturday, May 7 
8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Carson City High School — Carson City 
The Greenhouse Project will hold a plant sale with several hundred plants available spanning more than 60 varieties, including vegetables, squash, strawberries, melons, cucumbers, herbs, and perennial and annual flowers. All plants for sale were grown by students and community volunteers through The Greenhouse Project! For details, visit http://carsoncitygreenhouse.org/

Going for the Gold Gala
Saturday, May 7
6:30 – 11:30 p.m.
Olympic Village Lodge — Olympic Valley
Head to the Olympic Village Lodge for the Go for the Gold Gala and help raise funds for the Creekside Charter and Squaw Valley Preparatory Schools. It will be a night of 80's riots and dancing to live music from Tainted Love. For details, visit http://squawalpine.com/events-things-do/going-gold-gala 

Dine the District
Saturday, May 7
1 – 4 p.m.
Downtown — Reno
Step out for a beautiful stroll through the streets of Downtown Reno as you sample bites and drinks from more than 20 different local restaurants. For details, visit http://www.yelp.com/events/reno-dine-the-district-2 

A Grand Derby Affair
Saturday, May 7
1:30 p.m.
Douglas County Community Center Grand Ballroom — Gardnerville
The Carson Valley Medical Center Hospital Foundation invites us once again to A Grand Derby Affair! This day at the races is raising the stakes for quality healthcare for the Carson Valley. The annual gala and fundraiser asks Derby-goers to enjoy a cocktail hour, bourbon tasting, and interactive horse races, followed by a live viewing of the 142nd Kentucky Derby, dinner, and a chance to win exclusive auction items! For details, visit https://cvmchospital.org/Articles/everyone_wins_big_at_a_grand_derby_affair.aspx 

Mother’s Day Pop-Up Shop
Saturday, May 7
12 – 3 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Give mama a special gift before Mother’s Day by treating her to a personal shopping experience at the Museum Shop featuring three regional artists: wild horse photographer Lula Adams of Faith Colors, Leather By Wallace’s embellished handbags, and handcrafted sterling silver pieces from Girl in the Pines Jewelry. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2016/05/ 

Carson City Wine Walk
Saturday, May 7
1 – 5 p.m.
Downtown — Carson City
The first Saturday of every month, the Carson City Wine Walk invites you to come on down and browse the shops, enjoy some vino, and support the Downtown Business Association. For details, visit http://www.downtowncarson.org/   

Kentucky Derby Party at The Depot Reno
Saturday, May 7
11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
The Depot Craft Brewery and Distillery — Reno
The Depot’s 2nd Annual “Ring in Spring” Kentucky Derby Party kicks off on Saturday with Seersucker suits, big hats, gorgeous dresses, the Run for the Roses, All-You-Can-Drink Mimosas, brunch and lunch specials, drink specials, and more. This Kentucky Derby themed event is one you won’t want to miss. For details, visit https://www.facebook.com/thedepotreno 

Reno High School Seedling Sale
Saturday, May 7
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Reno High School Football Parking Lot — Reno
Check out a variety of heirloom vegetables at this yearly event. The Reno High School Seedling Sale will be held again this year at the Moms on the Run registration pick up day in the football field parking lot, 10 percent of the proceeds will be donated to Moms on the Run. For details, visit http://www.momsontherun.info/ 

Nevada Vines & Wines Home Wine Making Competition 2016
Saturday, May 7
9 a.m.
Nevada Vines & Wines — Reno
The third annual wine competition is open to all home wine makers in the State of Nevada and to neighboring states within 100 miles of the Nevada state border. Cellar workers and others affiliated with a commercial winery are eligible as long as they make the wine in their own facility and without the help of professional staff! Today marks the judging of all homemade wines. For details, visit http://www.nvandw.com/ 

High Rollers Jackpot Livestock Show
Saturday, May 7
7 a.m.
Heritage/Hutchings Indoor Arena — Fallon
The High Rollers Jackpot Livestock Show is encouraging all Grange, FFA, 4H, and Independent Youth Programs to attend this event to support a safe and fun place for livestock youth to learn, practice, and attend livestock events. Donations are appreciated! For details, visit http://www.nationalgrange.org/ 

A Night After the Races
Saturday, May 7
2 – 7 p.m.
Hidden Valley Country Club — Reno
The Junior League of Reno is proud to present their 5th Annual Kentucky Derby Themed Fundraiser, A Night After the Races. Last year’s event attracted more than 250 local leaders and community members, and this year, the Junior League hopes to attract even more! For details, visit http://www.jlreno.org/ 

Culinary Boot Camp
Saturday, May 7
9:30 a.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary Center — Reno
You won’t find any drill sergeants here, but if you’re looking to kick start your culinary skills in the kitchen, this is the class for you! Get a handle on everyday cooking methods, fundamental cooking and baking techniques, and knife skills. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3327 

Guided Art Tours
Saturday, May 7 
1 – 2 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Tour the Nevada Museum of Art with the Museum’s trained docents during the regularly scheduled guided tours offered Thursdays at 6 p.m. (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 p.m., and Sundays at 1 p.m. The tour will consist of the featured exhibit that is most current. Reservations are not needed and the tour is free with admission fee. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2016/05/

Galaxy Slideshow & Star Watch
May 7 – 8
8 p.m. – 2 a.m.
Sorenson’s Resort — Hope Valley
Join astronomers Adrienne Cool and Ron Marzke for a wonderful night of stargazing. Begin with a slide show and discussion of recent discoveries in astronomy, then, with weather permitting, head outside to explore springtime constellations and peer through telescopes at the moons of Jupiter, venture out into the Milky Way, and beyond! For details, visit http://www.sorensensresort.com/calendar 

Reno River Festival
May 7 – 8
9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Truckee River Whitewater Park — Reno
The Reno River Festival is celebrating 13 years boasting more than 40,000 spectators to ring in the end of winter and beginning of summer. The Reno River Festival’s mission is to educate and inform attendees on the dos and don’ts of safe recreating on the Truckee River. Join in the fun! For details, visit http://www.renoriverfestival.com/ 

Mother’s Day
Sunday, May 8

Moms on the Run Event
Sunday, May 8
7 a.m.
Reno High School — Reno
This Mother’s Day tradition has held strong for 16 years! This flagship event is a 3K/5kK Walk and 5K/10K Run that supports a non-profit organization that raises funds to assist northern Nevada women with everyday living expenses while in treatment for breast & gynecological cancers. For details, visit http://www.momsontherun.info/events/16th-annual-moms-run 

Mother’s Day Brunch
Sunday, May 8
7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Sorenson’s Resort — Hope Valley
This decadent Mother’s Day Brunch is unlike any other you will find this Sunday. Treat the most important woman in your life to delectable bites, fantastic wine, and a beautiful setting. For details, visit http://www.sorensensresort.com/calendar 

Sunday Music Brunch: The Socks
Sunday, May 8
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Enjoy live music every Sunday at the Nevada Museum of Art with brunch presented by chez louie. The menu will feature artful dishes, mimosas, and a Bloody Mary bar. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2016/05/ 

Mother’s Day Specialty Buffet
Sunday, May 8
5 p.m.
Eldorado Resort Casino Reno — Reno
The Eldorado Resort Casino is pulling out all the stops to pamper moms this Mother’s Day, with special dishes in The Buffet and free desserts in Roxy, La Strada, The Prime Rib Grill, and Millies24! From traditional brunch favorites at The Buffet to special savory dishes, the wide variety of flavors is sure to make mom feel special. The salad bar includes individual shrimp cocktails, build-your-own salad, seafood pasta salad, a yogurt bar, smoked salmon, chilled crab, peel and eat shrimp and devilish green eggs and ham, and more! For details, visit http://www.eldoradoreno.com/ 

Guided Art Tours
Sunday, May 8
1 – 2 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Tour the Nevada Museum of Art with the Museum’s trained docents during the regularly scheduled guided tours offered Thursdays at 6 p.m. (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 p.m., and Sundays at 1 p.m. The tour will consist of the featured exhibit that is most current. Reservations are not needed and the tour is free with admission fee. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2016/05/ 

Chef Alessandra Buriani Cooking Class
May 8 – 10
6 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
arte italia — Reno
Chef Alessandra Buriani will visit arte italia bringing her family's multi-generational philosophy for providing the highest quality Italian dishes made from the best seasonal ingredients. Class participants can look forward to a dining experience that is distinctive to the Emilia-Romagna region and categorized as "haute cuisine.” For details, visit https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07ecf2ssmp4504ce52&oseq=&c=&ch=/ 

Discovering Wine Class
Tuesday, May 10
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
TMCC Meadowood Center S315 — Reno
Learn tasting techniques from a certified sommelier and explore the characteristics and wine styles of the world’s major grape varieties every Tuesday until May 24! It’s time to impress your friends and family at that next brunch when you identify wine varietals in a blind tasting. Build a knowledge base for a lifetime of wine enjoyment and appreciation! For details, visit http://www.tmcc.edu/wdce/ 

Know Nevada Insects: Decomposers & Pests Class
Tuesday, May 10
6 – 8 p.m.
University of Nevada Cooperative Extension — Reno
The University of Nevada Cooperative Extension is offering eight “Grow Your Own, Nevada!” classes statewide to help Nevadans to become more sustainable, local, and healthy by growing more of their own food. The series of workshops will run May 3 through May 26, and be held Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6 to 8 p.m. The workshops will provide gardeners and those interested in growing healthy foods with a “back-to-the-basics” guide to great harvests in Nevada. Classes will be held live in Reno and via videoconference to participating sites statewide. To attend in another location, contact your local Cooperative Extension office! For details, visit http://www.growyourownnevada.com/horticulture-programs/grow-your-own/ 

Small Wonder Wednesday Early-Entry Event
Wednesday, May 11
9 a.m.
Nevada Discovery Museum — Reno
Don’t miss this special treat every Wednesday for your little investigators. Children five years and under can enjoy story time and explore the museum a full hour before it is open to the public. For details, visit https://nvdm.org/events/   

Techniques IV Class
Wednesday, May 11
6 p.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary Center — Reno
Nothing to It! aims for you to cook well and to cook often as the end result to all of their courses, so this Techniques wouldn’t be complete without exploring the “fast food” cuisines – Italian and Mediterranean. Work on your growing knife skills as well as sample a variety of cheeses. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3330 

Half Price Admission at the Nevada Discovery Museum
Wednesday, May 11
4 – 8 p.m.
Nevada Discovery Museum — Reno
Every Wednesday enjoy half price admission to the Terri Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum from 4 – 8 p.m. for just $5! Children under one year old and members are always free. For details, visit https://nvdm.org/events/list/?tribe_paged=2&tribe_event_display=list   

Know Nevada Insects: Pollinators & Beneficials Class
Thursday, May 12
6 – 8 p.m.
University of Nevada Cooperative Extension — Reno
The University of Nevada Cooperative Extension is offering eight “Grow Your Own, Nevada!” classes statewide to help Nevadans to become more sustainable, local, and healthy by growing more of their own food. The series of workshops will run May 3 through May 26, and be held Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6 to 8 p.m. The workshops will provide gardeners and those interested in growing healthy foods with a “back-to-the-basics” guide to great harvests in Nevada. Classes will be held live in Reno and via videoconference to participating sites statewide. To attend in another location, contact your local Cooperative Extension office! For details, visit http://www.growyourownnevada.com/horticulture-programs/grow-your-own/ 

Nevada Junior Livestock Show
May 11 – 15
Times vary with individual events
Reno-Sparks Livestock Event Center — Reno
Join in the fun and get dirty as youths show off their hard work and dedication at this year’s Nevada Junior Livestock Show. A variety of events will take place, as well as scholarship opportunities! For details, visit http://agri.nv.gov/uploadedFiles/agrinvgov/Content/Administration/NJLSB/docs/2016%20TENTATIVE%20SHOW%20AGENDA.pdf 

Guided Art Tours
Thursday, May 12
6 – 7 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Tour the Nevada Museum of Art with the Museum’s trained docents during the regularly scheduled guided tours offered Thursdays at 6 p.m. (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 p.m., and Sundays at 1 p.m. The tour will consist of the featured exhibit that is most current. Reservations are not needed and the tour is free with admission fee. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2016/05/ 

Friday the 13th
Friday, May 13 (Only one in 2016)

Backwash Craft Brewing Festival
Friday, May 13
5 – 10 p.m.
Greater Nevada Field — Reno
Backwash is a festival of craft brewing and a showcase of the very best the West Coast craft brewers have to offer. Since the event's beginning, more than $35,00 has been raised to support troubled youth, as well as a start for many entrants and winners that have become professional brewers in their own right! For details, visit http://www.backwashreno.org/tickets/ 

Art Afternoon: Workshop and Social for Seniors
Friday, May 13
1 – 3 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
A guided tour, studio art class, and light refreshments are offered at the Nevada Museum of Art this afternoon and are designed for any and all senior participants. These monthly sessions are held on the second Friday of each month. Registration is available online or day of and is sponsored in part by the Leonette Foundation Seniors and Art Endowment. General admission is $7 or $6 for museum members. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2016/05/ 

Reno Craft Beer Week
May 13 – 21
Times vary with individual events.
Locations vary with individual events.
Reno Craft Beer Week is a region-wide weeklong celebration of delectable ales and lagers for the beer love and culinary enthusiast at heart. Sample the region's finest beers and learn from local beer makers about the evolving craft with more than 70 events throughout the week. For details, visit http://www.renocraftbeerweek.com/ 

Donuts & Fritters Class
Saturday, May 14
10 a.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary Center — Reno
Yum… do you remember that first bite into a freshly made, warm, ooey-gooey donut? If you’ve never experienced it, the time is now. Join Nothing to It! Culinary Center to batter up your very own donuts and fritters, as well as learn safe and easy deep frying techniques, glaze and topping ideas, ingredients, and tools. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3295 

Strange Brew Festival
Saturday, May 14
3 – 7 p.m.
The Brewer’s Cabinet — Reno
Celebration unique craft brews with the Brewer’s Cabinet at the Strange Brew Festival! These new brews will take your taste buds are journey, challenge your ideas of what you thought beer should taste like, and open your mind to even more strange concoctions! For details, visit http://store.thebrewerscabinet.com/collections/frontpage/products/strange-brew-festival-tickets-pre-order 

Backyard Chicken Raising Workshop
Saturday, May 14
10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Truckee River Sanctuary — Truckee
Slow Food Lake Tahoe presents an exciting class aimed to help you find out what it takes to start enjoying fresh eggs from your own chickens. This class will cover the basics of whether you may legally have hens in your town or city, and what it takes to keep them safe from predators. In addition, the workshop will cover basic coop design, feeding, handling, and selection of cold hardy breeds. You will see a thriving backyard Truckee flock first hand with plenty of time for questions and the handling of hens! For details, visit http://www.slowfoodlaketahoe.org/ 

Hands ON! Second Saturdays Art Event
Saturday, May 14
10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Children and families are invited to enjoy faculty demonstrations in the E.L. Cord Museum School, free hands-on art activities, performances, storytelling, and a docent guided tour. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2016/05/ 

Guided Art Tours
Saturday, May 14
1 – 2 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Tour the Nevada Museum of Art with the Museum’s trained docents during the regularly scheduled guided tours offered Thursdays at 6 p.m. (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 p.m., and Sundays at 1 p.m. The tour will consist of the featured exhibit that is most current. Reservations are not needed and the tour is free with admission fee. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2016/05/ 

Reno-Sparks Kickoff to Summer BBQ
Saturday, May 14
11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Donald W. Reynold’s Facility — Reno
The Boys & Girls Club of Truckee Meadows will hold its annual Kickoff to Summer & BBQ at the Club’s Donald W. Reynolds Facility boasting food, face-painting, bounce houses, art projects, and more! Attend to register for Summer Camp Programs including specialty camps and traditional day camp. For details, visit http://www.bgctm.org/organizer/boys-girls-club-of-truckee-meadows/ 

Chili on the Comstock
May 14 – 15
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Downtown — Virginia City
It’s back! The 33rd Annual Virginia City Chili on the Comstock promises all the beloved flavors of past years and brings the return of the Fireball Saloon Crawl, music, and family-friendly activities. The whole family will enjoy the delicious varieties of chili and the Kids Zone, while the adults will indulge in specialty craft cocktails, brews, and more. For details, visit http://www.visitvirginiacitynv.com/events/chili-on-the-comstock.html 

Ride for the Tatas Fundraiser Event
Sunday, May 15
7 a.m.
Reno-Sparks Livestock Events Center — Reno
Join in the fun for Pinocchio’s 7th Annual Ride for the Tata’s Event. All proceeds benefit Moms on the Run to help women battling breast and gynecological cancers. This event sold out last year, so register early! After enjoying a beautiful ride, join the party at Reno Livestock Events Center in Reno. There will be raffles, a silent auction and live auction, brews, merchandise, music, and more. For details, visit http://www.momsontherun.info/events/ride-tatas 

Guided Art Tours
Sunday, May 15
1 – 2 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Tour the Nevada Museum of Art with the Museum’s trained docents during the regularly scheduled guided tours offered Thursdays at 6 p.m. (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 p.m., and Sundays at 1 p.m. The tour will consist of the featured exhibit that is most current. Reservations are not needed and the tour is free with admission fee. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2016/05/ 

Sunday Music Brunch: Impromptu
Sunday, May 15
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Enjoy live music every Sunday at the Nevada Museum of Art with brunch presented by chez louie. The menu will feature artful dishes, mimosas, and a Bloody Mary bar. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2016/05/ 

Cheese & Beer Pairing Class
Monday, May 16
6 – 8 p.m.
Wedge Cheese Shop — Reno
Celebrate Reno Craft Beer Week with Wedge! Enjoy five delicious cheeses paired with five local brews. For details, visit http://wedgecheeseshop.com/classes/ 

Discovering Wine Class
Tuesday, May 17
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
TMCC Meadowood Center S315 — Reno
Learn tasting techniques from a certified sommelier and explore the characteristics and wine styles of the world’s major grape varieties every Tuesday until May 24! It’s time to impress your friends and family at that next brunch when you identify wine varietals in a blind tasting. Build a knowledge base for a lifetime of wine enjoyment and appreciation! For details, visit http://www.tmcc.edu/wdce/ 

Tomatoes 101 Class
Tuesday, May 17
6 – 8 p.m.
University of Nevada Cooperative Extension — Reno
The University of Nevada Cooperative Extension is offering eight “Grow Your Own, Nevada!” classes statewide to help Nevadans to become more sustainable, local, and healthy by growing more of their own food. The series of workshops will run May 3 through May 26, and be held Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6 to 8 p.m. The workshops will provide gardeners and those interested in growing healthy foods with a “back-to-the-basics” guide to great harvests in Nevada. Classes will be held live in Reno and via videoconference to participating sites statewide. To attend in another location, contact your local Cooperative Extension office! For details, visit http://www.growyourownnevada.com/horticulture-programs/grow-your-own/ 

Techniques V Class
Wednesday, May 18
6 p.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary Center — Reno
Have you learned NTI’s Mantra, yet? “Good Ingredients + Good Techniques = Good Food.” By now you probably dream it! This class will review and build on the sauces you already know, adding in new techniques that will eventually create a fabulous crème soup. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3332 

Small Wonder Wednesday Early-Entry Event
Wednesday, May 18
9 a.m.
Nevada Discovery Museum — Reno
Don’t miss this special treat every Wednesday for your little investigators. Children five years and under can enjoy story time and explore the museum a full hour before it is open to the public. For details, visit https://nvdm.org/events/ 

Half Price Admission at the Nevada Discovery Museum
Wednesday, May 18
4 – 8 p.m.
Nevada Discovery Museum — Reno
Every Wednesday enjoy half price admission to the Terri Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum from 4 – 8 p.m. for just $5! Children under one year old and members are always free. For details, visit https://nvdm.org/events/list/?tribe_paged=2&tribe_event_display=list 

Spring Birds of the Sierra Tour
Wednesday, May 18
8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Sorenson’s Resort — Hope Valley
Enjoy bird watching at its very best with one of the most informative local guides in the area, Jim Woods. Seek out the wily birds of the Eastern Sierra on a lovely spring day in May! This fun wildlife observation tour will help you find a variety of species returning from lower elevations where they have spent the winter and are finding their next seasons’ homes. For details, visit http://www.sorensensresort.com/calendar 

Brewmaster Dinner with IMBĪB & Süp
Wednesday, May 18
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
IMBĪB Custom Brewery — Reno
Join in the fun for a magnificent evening of remarkable food paired with IMBĪB Beer from Chef Christian Christensen of Süp. The meal will include four courses including dessert as well as pre-dinner snacks. This is a extraordinary opportunity to witness the talents of Chef Christensen and taste some great beer alongside it right in the brewery! For details, visit http://www.imbibreno.com/?product=brewmaster-dinner-with-sup-at-imbib-custom-brews 

Brewer’s Cabinet Beer Dinner
Thursday, May 19
6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Peppermill Resort Spa Casino — Reno
The Peppermill's White Orchid restaurant and The Brewer's Cabinet come together to host a specialty beer dinner featuring five courses expertly paired with unique, local brews. For details, visit https://www.peppermillreno.com/calendar/white-orchid-presents-the-brewers-cabinet-beer-dinner/ 

Thirsty Third Thursday Wine Walk
Thursday, May 19
4:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Downtown — Gardnerville
Make the trip to Downtown Gardnerville to sip wine, meet and make new friends, and see all that Main Street has to offer during the Thirsty Third Thursday Wine Walk, every third Thursday from May to September! This month theme is patriotic; so don’t forget to wear your red, white, and blue! For details, visit http://visitcarsonvalley.org/calendar/802-thirsty-third-thursday.html 

Composting Made Easy Class
Thursday, May 19
6 – 8 p.m.
University of Nevada Cooperative Extension — Reno
The University of Nevada Cooperative Extension is offering eight “Grow Your Own, Nevada!” classes statewide to help Nevadans to become more sustainable, local, and healthy by growing more of their own food. The series of workshops will run May 3 through May 26, and be held Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6 to 8 p.m. The workshops will provide gardeners and those interested in growing healthy foods with a “back-to-the-basics” guide to great harvests in Nevada. Classes will be held live in Reno and via videoconference to participating sites statewide. To attend in another location, contact your local Cooperative Extension office! For details, visit http://www.growyourownnevada.com/horticulture-programs/grow-your-own/ 

Guided Art Tours
Thursday, May 19
6 – 7 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Tour the Nevada Museum of Art with the Museum’s trained docents during the regularly scheduled guided tours offered Thursdays at 6 p.m. (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 p.m., and Sundays at 1 p.m. The tour will consist of the featured exhibit that is most current. Reservations are not needed and the tour is free with admission fee. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2016/05/ 

Reno Street Food’s Party in the Park
Friday, May 20
5 – 9 p.m.
Idlewild Park — Reno
Reno Street Food’s Party in the Park will be held every Friday night from May 20 – September 30, asking attendees to come hungry and leave happy and full! Reno Street Food is the original weekly gourmet street food event in Reno, produced by locals and made for locals, featuring more than 20 gourmet food trucks, craft desserts, beer, wine, and mixed drink vendors to serve you! For details, visit https://www.facebook.com/RenoStreetFood 

Taste of Tuscany Class
Friday, May 20
6 p.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary Center — Reno
“La dolce vita!” It’s the sweet life you’ll find in this class! This Taste of Tuscany class will introduce you to fine Italian cuisine, homemade pasta and sauces, and, you’ll learn the art of balsamic vinegars and olive oils. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3335 

Rhythm & Rawhide Fundraiser Concert
Friday, May 20
6 p.m.
Downtown Reno Ballroom — Reno
The Reno Rodeo Foundation's annual fundraising concert, Rhythm & Rawhide, “Where French Horns Meet Longhorns”, will feature the Reno Philharmonic conducted by Laura Jackson with country vocalists and artists Rachel Potter (X-Factor) and Patrick Thomas (The Voice). For details, visit http://www.renorodeofoundation.org/rhythm-rawhide-may-20-2016/ 

Spring Wings Festival
May 20 – 21
Times vary with individual events
Churchill County Parks and Recreation Complex — Fallon
Spring Wings is an annual celebration of shorebird and waterfowl migration through the Lahontan Valley. Take part in guided tours, visit interactive and informative exhibits, see special talks and demonstrations, and discover nature through hands-on activities! For details, visit http://springwings.org/ 

Reno Wine Walk 
Saturday, May 21 
2 – 5 p.m.
Downtown — Reno
Join the Riverwalk Merchant's Association every third Saturday of the month for the Reno Wine Walk! Glasses are $20 and you will enjoy the beauty of Downtown Reno (and the new bridge!) as you sip wine and check out some of the delicious bites available at local restaurants. For details, visit http://renoriver.org/features/wine-walk/
 
Small-scale Commercial Mushroom Production Workshop
May 20 – May 21
9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
WNC Fallon Campus — Fallon
Head to Fallon for workshop that is dedicated toward small-scale production of edible and medicinal mushrooms for commercial use. Participants in this workshop will learn the life cycles of mushrooms, the environments they thrive in, the different species, equipment needed, and marketing and sales information for what you yield after growth. For details, visit http://www.wnc.edu/ce/sci/

Hot August Nights Spring Fever Revival
May 20 – 22
Times vary with individual events
Silver Legacy Resort Casino — Reno
A little teaser to get you excited for Hot August Nights, Downtown Reno will purr with the sound of commanding engines and wistful sighs as classic cars line the streets of Downtown Reno for Hot August Nights Spring Fever Revival. The event features food, beverages, and booths filled with memorabilia and merchandise. For details, visit https://www.visitrenotahoe.com/reno-tahoe/what-to-do/events/05-20-2016/hot-august-nights-presents-spring-fever-revival 

Epic SciFi Crawl
Saturday, May 21
8 p.m. – 6 a.m.
Downtown — Reno
It’s Crawl Reno’s first ever EPIC bar crawl themed around all things geek. Everything is accepted! From anime, comic, and Star Wars. Show off your love for your favorite obsession with tons of other fans and party the night away! For details, visit http://crawlreno.com/event/epic/ 

Macaroon Workshop
Saturday, May 21
10 a.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary Center — Reno
The distinct taste of a light, airy, and crisp macaroon has the melt-in-your-mouth texture one can’t describe unless you’ve tried one yourself. In this hands-on workshop, learn how to master the egg white and whip it into shape. You will be the master of meringue! For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3296 

Guided Art Tours
Saturday, May 21
1 – 2 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Tour the Nevada Museum of Art with the Museum’s trained docents during the regularly scheduled guided tours offered Thursdays at 6 p.m. (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 p.m., and Sundays at 1 p.m. The tour will consist of the featured exhibit that is most current. Reservations are not needed and the tour is free with admission fee. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2016/05/ 

Spring Horse Expo
Saturday, May 21
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Bartley Ranch Regional Park — Reno
Comstock Equine Hospital will host its 4th Annual Spring Horse Expo at Bartley Ranch Regional Park again this year, which will be free and open to the public and fun for all ages! Local Reno participants and their horses will present a variety of amusing and enlightening demonstrations of horse breeds and disciplines. Local horse organizations and vendors will be present, along with live music and food trucks! For details, visit http://eventful.com/reno/events/4th-annual-spring-horse-expo-/E0-001-091541349-5 

Tanner’s Marketplace Antiques and Craft Show
May 21 – 22
9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Reno Livestock Events Center — Reno
Explore vendors from California, Oregon, Idaho, and Nevada as you indulge in your very own personal treasure hunt. You never know what you will find! For details, visit https://www.visitrenotahoe.com/reno-tahoe/what-to-do/events/05-21-2016/tanner-s-marketplace-antiques-and-crafts-show 

Agave 101
Sunday, May 22
12 p.m.
Death & Taxes Reno — Reno
Death & Taxes will lead you through the history and distillation methods of some of Mexico's greatest tequilas and mezcals. This class will focus on brands that are historic as well as what's being done to sustainably grow agave. In addition, you'll get to taste four agave spirits and learn how to make an agave cocktail. It will be a great way to learn an appreciation for the true spirit of Mexico! For details, visit http://www.deathandtaxesreno.com/ 

Pignic Pop-Up: Fresh Local Rustic with Chef Donovan Webb
Sunday, May 22
4 p.m.
Pignic Pub & Patio — Reno
Join Truckee Tavern’s chef Donovan Webb for a fabulous pop-up dinner themed around fresh, local, and rustic. Treat your taste buds and enjoy magnificent craft brews and cocktails on the patio as you wait to be amazed by your prepared food. Not to miss! For details, visit https://www.facebook.com/pignicpub?fref=photo 

Guided Art Tours
Sunday, May 22
1 – 2 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Tour the Nevada Museum of Art with the Museum’s trained docents during the regularly scheduled guided tours offered Thursdays at 6 p.m. (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 p.m., and Sundays at 1 p.m. The tour will consist of the featured exhibit that is most current. Reservations are not needed and the tour is free with admission fee. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2016/05/ 

Sunday Music Brunch: Colin Ross
Sunday, May 22
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Enjoy live music every Sunday at the Nevada Museum of Art with brunch presented by chez louie. The menu will feature artful dishes, mimosas, and a Bloody Mary bar. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2016/05/ 

Cocktail 102 Class
Sunday, May 22
3 p.m.
Death & Taxes Reno — Reno
This class is recommended for people who already have a base knowledge of preparing cocktails and are looking to take their cocktails to the next level. During this two hour, hands-on class, Death & Taxes will cover tips and techniques used specifically at DEATH & TAXES! Don’t miss the secrets of the trade. For details, visit http://www.deathandtaxesreno.com/ 

Preserving the Harvest: Hot-Water Canning Class
Tuesday, May 24
6 – 8 p.m.
University of Nevada Cooperative Extension — Reno
The University of Nevada Cooperative Extension is offering eight “Grow Your Own, Nevada!” classes statewide to help Nevadans to become more sustainable, local, and healthy by growing more of their own food. The series of workshops will run May 3 through May 26, and be held Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6 to 8 p.m. The workshops will provide gardeners and those interested in growing healthy foods with a “back-to-the-basics” guide to great harvests in Nevada. Classes will be held live in Reno and via videoconference to participating sites statewide. To attend in another location, contact your local Cooperative Extension office! For details, visit http://www.growyourownnevada.com/horticulture-programs/grow-your-own/ 

Discovering Wine Class
Tuesday, May 24
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
TMCC Meadowood Center S315 — Reno
Learn tasting techniques from a certified sommelier and explore the characteristics and wine styles of the world’s major grape varieties every Tuesday until May 24! It’s time to impress your friends and family at that next brunch when you identify wine varietals in a blind tasting. Build a knowledge base for a lifetime of wine enjoyment and appreciation! For details, visit http://www.tmcc.edu/wdce/ 

Techniques VI Class
Wednesday, May 25
6 p.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary Center — Reno
This class culminates NTI’s Techniques Series by teaching you how to create your emulsified sauces (aioli and mayonnaises), all while perfecting your pan-frying techniques. You will receive your very own NTI Diploma at a special graduation ceremony. You little chef! For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3334 

Half Price Admission at the Nevada Discovery Museum
Wednesday, May 25
4 – 8 p.m.
Nevada Discovery Museum — Reno
Every Wednesday enjoy half price admission to the Terri Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum from 4 – 8 p.m. for just $5! Children under one year old and members are always free. For details, visit https://nvdm.org/events/list/?tribe_paged=2&tribe_event_display=list 

Small Wonder Wednesday Early-Entry Event
Wednesday, May 25
9 a.m.
Nevada Discovery Museum — Reno
Don’t miss this special treat every Wednesday for your little investigators. Children five years and under can enjoy story time and explore the museum a full hour before it is open to the public. For details, visit https://nvdm.org/events/ 

Grilling 101 Class
Thursday, May 26
6 p.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary Center — Reno
You saw this coming, right? Warmer weather calls for dusting off the grill and Nothing to It! Culinary Center believes grilling is more than just a way you cook food, it’s a way of life! Spend one evening with NTI for a summer of perfectly cooked meats and veggies. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3336 

Guided Art Tours
Thursday, May 26
6 – 7 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Tour the Nevada Museum of Art with the Museum’s trained docents during the regularly scheduled guided tours offered Thursdays at 6 p.m. (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 p.m., and Sundays at 1 p.m. The tour will consist of the featured exhibit that is most current. Reservations are not needed and the tour is free with admission fee. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2016/05/ 

Seed Saving Class
Thursday, May 26
6 – 8 p.m.
University of Nevada Cooperative Extension — Reno
The University of Nevada Cooperative Extension is offering eight “Grow Your Own, Nevada!” classes statewide to help Nevadans to become more sustainable, local, and healthy by growing more of their own food. The series of workshops will run May 3 through May 26, and be held Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6 to 8 p.m. The workshops will provide gardeners and those interested in growing healthy foods with a “back-to-the-basics” guide to great harvests in Nevada. Classes will be held live in Reno and via videoconference to participating sites statewide. To attend in another location, contact your local Cooperative Extension office! For details, visit http://www.growyourownnevada.com/horticulture-programs/grow-your-own/ 

Reno Street Food’s Party in the Park
Friday, May 27
5 – 9 p.m.
Idlewild Park — Reno
Reno Street Food’s Party in the Park will be held every Friday night from May 20 – September 30, asking attendees to come hungry and leave happy and full! Reno Street Food is the original weekly gourmet street food event in Reno, produced by locals and made for locals, featuring more than 20 gourmet food trucks, craft desserts, beer, wine, and mixed drink vendors to serve you! For details, visit https://www.facebook.com/RenoStreetFood 

Sushi Class
Friday, May 27
6 p.m.
Nothing to It! Culinary Center — Reno
It’s time to get your hands dirty and to steal some fun away from the master chef behind your favorite sushi counter! This class is a must for anyone who loves sushi as you will learn how to locate and cut the freshest fish, cook that sticky rice just right, and form Nigiri and Maki rolls. Learn how to create great sushi in the comfort of your own kitchen! For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&action=detail&record=3313 

Guided Art Tours
Saturday, May 28
1 – 2 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Tour the Nevada Museum of Art with the Museum’s trained docents during the regularly scheduled guided tours offered Thursdays at 6 p.m. (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 p.m., and Sundays at 1 p.m. The tour will consist of the featured exhibit that is most current. Reservations are not needed and the tour is free with admission fee. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2016/05/ 

Seedling Sale
Saturday, May 28
9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Great Basin Community Food Co-op — Reno
The Great Basin Community Food Co-op’s 8th Annual Seedling Sale is a great chance for those of you who want to truly get into gardening and sustainable food growth right in your back yard! Speak with experts and find the perfect seedlings to create your very garden to be proud of. For details, visit https://www.greatbasinfood.coop/event/annual-spring-seedling-sale/ 

Reno Beer Crawl
Saturday, May 28
2 – 6 p.m.
Downtown — Reno
If you're visiting Reno on the 4th Saturday of any given month, you will most likely enter the exciting world of the Reno Beer Crawl, it’s hard to miss! Purchase a celebratory cup or glass and get drink specials at more than 20 different locations. It's an easy walk (or crawl) to each beer crawl location as they are all in the heart of downtown Reno. For details, visit http://renobeercrawl.com/ 

Composting: Hot, Cold, & with Worms Workshop
Saturday, May 28 
10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Verdant Connections — Reno
Take your first step into living sustainably and reducing your own waste through composting. Composting in the High Desert can have its difficulties and this hands-on workshop will give you the skills to build and make a successful compost garden. Whether your waste consists of animal manure, kitchen scraps, or garden organic material, this workshop will help you to gain the knowledge to create a working compost that suits your needs. For details, visit http://www.verdantconnections.com/store/p4/May_28th_-%C2%A0Composting%3A_Hot%2C_Cold_%26%C2%A0with_Worms.html

Made in Tahoe Festival
May 28 – 29
11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
The Village at Squaw Valley — Squaw Valley
The Made in Tahoe Festival celebrates all things local from the Tahoe ara. The Village at Squaw Valley will host a variety of contributions that are made or inspired in the Lake Tahoe Basin and Truckee areas. Local artisans, businesses, culinary artists, organizations, and entertainers will be present asking you to discover, explore, and experience this special community for yourself.​ The weekend also marks the opening of the Aerial Tram for the summer season. This event will be held rain or shine. For details, visit http://squawalpine.com/events-things-do/made-tahoe-festival 

Sunday Music Brunch: Carolyn Dolan
Sunday, May 29
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Enjoy live music every Sunday at the Nevada Museum of Art with brunch presented by chez louie. The menu will feature artful dishes, mimosas, and a Bloody Mary bar. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2016/05/ 

Guided Art Tours
Sunday, May 29
1 – 2 p.m.
Nevada Museum of Art — Reno
Tour the Nevada Museum of Art with the Museum’s trained docents during the regularly scheduled guided tours offered Thursdays at 6 p.m. (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 p.m., and Sundays at 1 p.m. The tour will consist of the featured exhibit that is most current. Reservations are not needed and the tour is free with admission fee. For details, visit http://www.nevadaart.org/calendar/2016/05/ 

Memorial Day
Monday, May 30

Discovering Wine Class
Tuesday, May 31
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
TMCC Meadowood Center S315 — Reno
Learn tasting techniques from a certified sommelier and explore the characteristics and wine styles of the world’s major grape varieties every Tuesday until May 24! It’s time to impress your friends and family at that next brunch when you identify wine varietals in a blind tasting. Build a knowledge base for a lifetime of wine enjoyment and appreciation! For details, visit http://www.tmcc.edu/wdce/ 

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