The Must Do List EDITOR’S PICKS August 26 August 6 Country in the Cove One Drunk Puppy Wine Tasting Event Hit the beach at the beautiful Reflection Bay at Lake Las Vegas for Support a great local live performances by Low Cash, Thrillbilly Deluxe and Morgan charity, save puppies, and taste some fabulous wines all Wallen on the floating stage. From music and dancing to water in the same night? Count us in. One Drunk Puppy wine sport and water craft rentals, it’s a great day out for the whole family. tasting event is back for its 7th year at the Silverton Visit www.lakelasvegas.com for details. 95.5 The Bull’s 3rd annual Country in the Cove concert. The beach party kicks off with a DJ spinning country tunes followed by (3333 Blue Diamond Rd.), featuring a selection of inter- national varietals of wine, spirits and more for your tast- ing pleasure. Sip, munch on hors d’oeuvres, bid on a selection of goodies at the silent auction and enjoy music from DJ R.O.B. all in support of The Animal September 9 & 10 Foundation. Visit www.silvertoncasino.com for info. Ho’olaule’a Pacific Island Festival Guest must be 21+. It’s island time at the Henderson Events Plaza (200 S. Water St.) September 15-17 once again at the annual Ho’olaule’a Pacific Island festival. Chill Las Vegas Greek Food Festival out and celebrate Hawaiian and Pacific Island culture with live entertainment, boutique booths, Hawaiian games, bounce houses a petting zoo, car show and more. Arrive hungry for mouth-water- Ever wonder what it’s like to be Greek for a day? Check ing Island style BBQ, cool shaved ice, beer and wine! Visit out what National Geographic’s Traveler Magazine www.cityofhenderson.com for info. called “the best food fest in Nevada”. St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church (5300 El Camino Rd.) invites guests to relish in the food, drink, art, and lively customs that make up Greek culture. Enjoy music and dance, vendors selling everything from jewelry to baklava, raffle prizes and carnival rides at this fun, fam- ily event. Visit www.vegasgreekorthodox.com for info. August 5, 12, 19 & 26 Southern Paiute Cultural Sharing Springs Preserve (333 S. Valley View Blvd.) is more than a nature preserve. It tells the story of a fascinating eco system and how its inhabitants have survived in and shaped the environment. Native Americans of the Paiute tribe are central to the tale. Learn more 22 August/September 2017 about their unique customs through storytelling, traditional arts and crafts, food, drumming and dancing shared by tribe members themselves every Saturday in August. Visit www.springspreserve.org for info.