September 15, 2005
• Prostate Cancer Screening at The Adams House, Carson City, by appointment only. Space limited; call 885-4281 or r(877) 284-2627.
• Tin Cup Tea and Chuckwagon Barbecue, 6Ð10 p.m. at the Governor’s Mansion. Dance to the music of David John & the Comstock Cowboys, view exhibits on Mackay Tiffany silver, historic fashions in the mansion, buggies and mineral specimens, auction; funds raised benefit W.M. Keck Museum and Nevada State Museum. Advance reservations required; tickets $45; call Holly at 687Ð4810, ext. 222.
• Salsas Dinner Gala, 6 p.m. at the Plaza Hotel Conference Center, 211 W. Ninth St. Awards will be given communityÐwide to youth, individual in the community, organization, NHS employee and Hall of Fame person. Includes salsa- dancing demonstration, silent auction, food and more. Tickets at Sugar Pine Cove, 1087 S. Carson St., $30 per person or $300 for table of eight. Call 885-1055.
• Fridays @ Third Street, 7 p.m. Blues Night theme features live music by Deja Blues Band, food. Call 884Ð4411.
• “The Foreigner,” a comedy presented Proscenium Players Inc., 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Brewery Arts Center, 449 W. King St. Tickets $10 PPI/BAC members, seniors and students; $12 general admission. Call 883-1976.
• Louie Fontaine performs at the Carson Nugget Show Lounge. Call 882Ð1626.
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• Dog ‘n Butterfly perform at the Carson Valley Inn, Minden. Call 782Ð9711.
• Reno National Championship Air Races and Air Show at Reno/Stead AFB, Stead through Sunday. Features daily races in several classes, U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds and Canadian Air Force’s Snowbirds, static display, food and product vendors and more. Tickets visit http://www.airrace.org or ticketmaster.com.
• Disabled American Veterans “Vans for Vets” Poker Run for motorcycle and car enthusiasts. Register from 9Ð11 a.m. at Carson City HarleyÐDavidson, 2749 N. Carson St. Fee of $15 includes barbecue, extra hands $5. Proceeds to DAV Van Fund. Call 841Ð3655 or HarleyÐDavidson at 882Ð7433.
• Fall Farmers Market from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Telegraph Square. Call 746Ð5024.
• Salsa Y Salsas Festival, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., a free family- friendly event with the flavor of Hispanic culture. Includes folkloric dancers, food vendors, artists, live music, salsa dancing and salsa tasting contests, at the Legislative Plaza. Call 885-1055 or 887-1294.
• National Support our Troops Day, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Legislative Plaza, South Carson Street. Bring American flags, signs, anything to show thanks to the troops. Visit http://www.calltothenation.com or call 882-1425.
• St. Benedict Society of Corpus Christi Catholic Church bingo and friendship, noon at the church, 5335 Snyder Ave. Doors open at 11 a.m., early bingo at 11:30. Cash and raffle prizes, must be 21 to play, concessions; call 882-1967.
• Builders’ Association of Western Nevada Texas Hold ’em Tournament, begins at noon at Casino Fandango, 3800 S. Carson St. Buy in $100 with one chance to re-buy at $100. Limited to 100 players; tournament goes until over. Call 882-4353.
• Daughters of the American Revolution, John C. Fremont Chapter meet at 1 p.m. at Western Nevada Community College. Guest speaker is Jean Kvam, history teacher at Carson Middle School.
• Champion Speedway’s final night of racing, 1230 Race Track Road (off Bigelow), 7 p.m. Features Silver State Classic, California Sprint Cars in a 100-lap feature, late-model sportsman and Hornet divisions. Final night of racing for the 42-year-old track. Barbecue for fans, racers and crew, noon-3 p.m. Call 888Ð9777.
• Living history re-enactment at 9:30 a.m. at Mormon Station State Historic Park. Free, family-oriented on how early pioneers lived and worked in the West. Call 782-2590.
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