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64 March 03 3.1-10 – Basketball Tournaments and Championships Orleans Casino and Arena, 4500 W. Tropicana Ave. The best of the best in their respective basketball leagues come together to vie for glory on the courts at the West Coast Conference Basketball Championships (3.1-6) and Western Athletic Conference Basketball Tournament (3.7-10). Visit www.orleanscasino.com for info. 3.1-25 – UNLV Baseball Earl E. Wilson Baseball Stadium, 4505 S. Maryland Pkwy. Buy some peanuts and Cracker Jacks and get out to the diamond to cheer on our boys as they take on Fresno State (3.3 & 4), Iowa (3.9-11), Utah (3.12) and San Diego State (3.23-25). For more information visit www.unlvrebels.com. 3.2 – Henderson Symphony Orchestra Young Artists Concert Henderson Pavilion, 200 S. Green Valley Pkwy. Blossoming musicians from the Henderson Symphony Orchestra’s Young Artist Program perform. Visit www.hendersonsymphony.org for info. 3.2 – One Night One Drop Michael Jackson One Theatre @ Mandalay Bay, 3950 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Performers from Las Vegas Cirque du Soleil shows as well as astonishing guests come together to create this unique, one night only production to benefit the non-profit One Drop. Visit http://onenight.onedrop.org for tickets and info. 3.2-4 – USA Sevens International Rugby Tournament Sam Boyd Stadium, 7000 E. Russell Rd. Get down and dirty at the only North American stop on the USA Sevens International Rugby Tour. Known for its antics and crazy fans, the three-day tournament is non-stop, knock-out fun. Visit www.usasevens.com for more information. 3.2-31 – Vegas Golden Knights Hockey T-Mobile Arena, 3780 S. Las Vegas Blvd. The Vegas Golden Knights NHL team takes to the ice in action-packed matches against the Ottowa Senators (3.2), New Jersey Devils (3.14), Minnesota Wild (3.16), Calgary Flames (3.18), Vancouver Canucks (3.20), Colorado Avalanche (3.26), Arizona Coyotes (3.28), St. Louis Blues (3.30) and San Jose Sharks (3.31). Visit www.nhl.com for schedule and tickets. 3.3 – 4th Annual Henderson Libraries Mini Con Gibson Library, 100 W. Lake Mead Pkwy. Meet local artists; shop for art, comics, jewelry, toys and other cool stuff; dress up as your favorite character and participate in a cosplay contest; sit in on a live podcast; or chime in at a meeting of the Graphic Novel Book Club. It’s fun for the whole family. Visit www.hendersonlibraries.com/mini-con for info. 3.3 – Brews N ‘Ques Festival Henderson Events Plaza, 200 S. Water St. The Brews N ‘Ques Festival is back featuring unlimited beer samples from 20+ Nevada breweries, BBQ vendors and festival swag. Visit www.eventbrite.com for tickets. 3.3 – Bark in the Park Cornerstone Park, 1600 Wigwam Pkwy. Bring your beloved dog along for demos, informational vendor booths, fun contests and the opportunity to meet lots of beautiful dogs looking for forever homes. Free admission. Visit www.cityofhenderson.com for info. 3.3 & 10 – St. Baldrick’s Head Shaving Events McMullen’s Irish Pub, Ri Ra Irish Pub @ Mandalay Bay and Nine Fine Irishmen @ NY NY Raise funds, shave your dome or just show up to support St. Baldrick’s Foundation in their quest to help victims of childhood cancer and their families live long, healthy lives. Visit www.stbaldricks.com for registration and info. 3.7-11 – The Mint 400 Various Locations The oldest, roughest, most prestigious off-road race in America returns to the Nevada desert with 21 different classes of race vehicles competing for a chance to win the Mint 400 Class Championship. Visit www.themint400.com for a schedule of races and ancillary events. 3.8-11 – Neon Reverb Downtown Las Vegas Catch some of the best up-and-coming musical acts on the Las Vegas and international touring scene live, on stage at some of downtown Vegas’ most dynamic and intimate venues. Visit www.neonreverb.com for more info. 3.9 & 10 – Queen Bee Market The Conference Center of Las Vegas, 6590 Bermuda Rd. Described as “Etsy come to life,” the popular urban-style market hosts more than 70 vendors selling handmade home décor, accessories, clothing, paper arts, vintage items, natural skin care products and more. Tickets avail- able at www.thequeenbeemarket.com.