A fundraiser, some poetry and a wee bit o’ Ireland
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Coming this week you can help LuLu Hair Design raise money for a great cause and get a great haircut. Lulu Hair Design, inside Harrah’s at Stateline and also located Silver Legacy Resort & Casino in Reno, is helping Danielle Conway with increasing medical bills and associated cost with the recent passing of her daughter Kyra. I received an e-mail from Nicole Montoya who is a longtime friend of Danielle and a hair designer at LuLu Hair Design. Truly Lulu Hair Design is a unique beauty experience whose friendly staff will pamper you in a warm and inviting atmosphere. Get a new look, or just simply relax, but most important help them raise money.
LULU HAIR DESIGN FUNDRAISER
Who: Lulu Hair Design
What: Haircuts for the whole family. Raffle tickets can be purchased to win a weekend stay at Harrah’s, dinner, wine and more. All proceeds go directly to Danielle.
Where: Harrah’s Hotel/Casino in Stateline and also inside Silver Legacy Resort & Casino in Reno.
Cost: Men $25 and Women $40. Donations are being accepted at Greater Nevada Credit Union, account No. 868378
Contact: 588-7510, toll free at 866-944-LULU or firstname.lastname@example.org
The 14th Annual Cowboy Jubilee and Poetry event has been around for awhile and it’s because it is family-oriented fun and helps a wonderful cause by assisting the entire program established by the Carson Tahoe Regional Healthcare Auxiliary. So come enjoy cowboy music and poetry, the western barbecue is served between the two shows and I heard it’s the best in town.
14TH ANNUAL COWBOY JUBILEE AND POETRY
Who: Carson Tahoe Regional Healthcare Auxiliary
What: Great food, great entertainment and a great cause
Where: Carson City Community Center Theatre, 851 E. William St.
When: 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. Saturday.
Cost: Tickets are $25 for campfire (reserved) seating and $20 for range (general admission) seating. Barbecue tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12. You can also pick up your tickets at the Carson Tahoe Regional Hospital Gift Shop.
The Capital City Community Band presents its annual Children’s Concert, featuring young musicians from Carson City. Violinists Kerstin and Karsen Law will perform a violin duet. Kerstin and Karsen are second-graders at Seeliger Elementary School and study the violin with Sue Kitts.
Also performing will be flautist Tiffany Moore, a junior at Carson High School who has been playing in the Capital City Community Band for two years. This concert celebrates music in our children’s lives with the combined elementary choirs from Bordewich-Bray, Fremont, Fritsch and Seeliger elementary schools performing a variety of songs. The choirs will also perform patriotic music with the band. The Fremont Brass is an ensemble consisting of Michael Irvin, Jake Jones, J.J. DePew, Tavin Williams, Brittany Duerr, Jesse Radosevich, Conrad Franz, Diego Rodriguez and Samantha Lowe.
THE CAPITAL CITY COMMUNITY BAND
Who: The Capital City Community Band
What: Great music from local children
Where: Boldrick Theater in the Carson Community Center
When: 3 p.m. Sunday
Cost: The concert is free
St. Patrick’s day starts early in Carson City at the Brewery Arts Center. The Young Dubliners, native to Los Angeles, will bring a little Irish pop/rock with traditional and modern instruments. They mix the traditional Irish music and a little rock and roll.
PRE-ST. PATRICK’S DAY PARTY AT BAC
Who: Young Dubliners
What: Celebrate St. Patty’s with great music and fun
Where: BAC Performance Hall, 511 W. King St.
When: 7:30 p.m. Sunday
Cost: $20 reserved seating; $3 discount for BAC members, seniors and students.
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