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09 September 9.1 – First Friday Downtown Las Vegas Arts District in Downtown Las Vegas, Casino Center Blvd. Bring the entire family to enjoy thematic art exhibits, music, food and excellent people watching at this highly popular monthly event in Downtown Las Vegas. Visit www.firstfridaylasvegas.com for more information. 9.1-4 – Las Vegas 51s Games Cashman Field, 850 N. Las Vegas Blvd. Come out to the field for some exciting baseball action as Las Vegas’ own 51s take on Tacoma, wrapping up another season of Vegas baseball. Visit www.milb.com for tickets and schedule info. 9.1-9 – Heart to Sole Athletic Shoe and School Supply Drive Assistance League Thrift Shop, 6446 W. Charleston Blvd. The Assistance League of Las Vegas and The Rogers Foundation are accepting donations of supplies and boys’ and girls’ athletic shoes size 12 to adult size 6 at the league’s thrift shop and other locations. Visit www.assistanceleague.org or call 702-870-2002 for drop off locations. 9.1-24 – Equestrian Events South Point Arena, 9777 Las Vegas Blvd. S. Equestrian events include Buckles and Barrels for Bailey Charity Barrel Race (9.1-3); High Roller Reining Classic Horse Show & Western Gift Show (9.8-16); and Andalusian World Cup Horse Show (9.20-24). Visit www.southpointarena.com for info. 9.1 & 30 – Rock of Vegas Summer Concert Series Fremont Street Experience The legendary downtown venue transforms into summer’s hottest music destination with a rockin’ line-up of free concerts. September’s headlining performers include Collective Soul (9.1) and Chevelle (9.30). Visit www.vegasexperience.com for info. 9.2 – New Vista Wine Walk Town Square, 6605 Las Vegas Blvd. So. Join New Vista for a casual wine tasting at Town Square and sample up to 15 different wines while support- ing the New Vista charity. Visit www.winewalklv.com for tickets. 9.2, 9, 16, 23 & 30 – Lakeside Music Montelago Village @ Lake Las Vegas, 15 Costa di Lago Enjoy entertainment with a water view while meeting new friends every Saturday evening! Bring a blanket or chair and enjoy the music! Genres range from oldies to jazz to country! Admission is FREE! Visit www.lakelasvegasevents.com for info. 9.3 – Margarita Festival Sonrisa @ Lake Las Vegas The Original Margarita Festival is celebrating nine years of creating the most unique margaritas! Taste, bev- erages and watch bartenders from around the valley compete for the best margarita ever made. Enjoy unlim- ited sampling, all you can eat tacos and great entertainment! Visit www.lakelasvegas.com for info. 9.5-30 – Events at the Smith Center The Smith Center, 361 Symphony Park Ave. Lineup includes Disney’s the Jungle Book KIDS; Grace Kelly: Trying to Figure it Out Tour; Michelle Johnson presents Tapestry Unraveled; The Beach Boys; Carolyn Walden Celebrates Nina Simone; An Evening of Classic Lily Tomlin; The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time; Go Dog Go; Bruce Harper Big Band and more. Visit www.thesmithcenter.com for info. 9.6 – Full Moon Paddle Reflection Bay @ Lake Las Vegas Float in a kayak or enjoy stand up paddle on the water as the sun sets the sky on fire, the full moon rises and the stars twinkle. Visit www.lakelasvegasevents.com for info. 9.6-10 – Wild West Bass Trail Lucas Oil Western Classic Lake Mead Over 200 anglers will travel from 11 western states to participate in the competition with a purse valued at over $100,000. A pre-event meet and greet with pro anglers will take place at the Henderson Events Plaza (9.6). Visit www.cityofhenderson.com for info. 9.7 – Water Street Rall-E! Gold Mine Tavern, 23 S. Water St. Get together with others who are passionate about starting and building their businesses to share their expe- riences, knowledge and ideas. 21 and over. Visit www.cityofhenderson.com for info. 9.7-9, 14-16 & 21-23 – Super Summer Theater Presents Young Frankenstein Spring Mountain Ranch, Highway 159, Blue Diamond Bring a blanket, food and some friends to enjoy this entertaining adaptation of Mel Brooks’ legendarily funny film “Young Frankenstein”. Visit www.supersummertheatre.org for tickets and more info. 9.8 – Hairball Henderson Pavilion, 200 S. Green Valley Pkwy. Pyrotechnics and rock & roll light up the stage as the dynamic cover band Hairball takes on Guns & Roses, AC/DC, Aerosmith, Kiss, Van Halen and others in one rollicking, high energy performance. Visit www.cityofhenderson.com for info. 64