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01 January 1.1– First Day Hike Spring Mountain Ranch Join park staff at Spring Mountain Ranch on New Year’s Day for a ranger-guided hike to a surprise location. Suitable for ages 7 and older. Warm clothes and closed-toed shoes are a must. Visit www.parks.nv.gov for info. 1.1-15 – Christmas Tree Recycling Springs Preserve, 333 S. Valley View Springs Preserve is one of 30 drop off places for this year’s tree recycling program. Remove all non-organic objects, such as lights, wire, tinsel, ornaments, etc., from your Christmas tree before dropping it off. Visit www.springspreserve.org for info and other drop off locations. 1.1-10 – Ice Rink The Cosmopolitan, 3708 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Get your fill of wintery fun at the Cosmo’s Boulevard Pool turned ice rink. Fire side dining and drinking is also available with reservations. Visit www.cosmopolitanlasvegas.com/ice-rink for details. 1.2-25 – 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 Nashville Predators (1.2), NY Rangers (1.7), Edmonton Oilers (1.13), Columbus Blue Jackets (1.23) and New York Islanders (1.25). Visit www.nhl.com for schedule and tickets. 1.5 – 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. 1.6, 17, 27 & 31 – UNLV Rebel Basketball Thomas & Mack Center, 4505 S. Maryland Pkwy. 1.13-28 – 17th Cheer on the Runnin’ Rebels as they hit the court to take on Utah State (1.6), New Mexico Annual Las Vegas Jewish (1.17), San Diego State (1.27) and San Jose State (1.31). Visit www.unlvrebels.com for tickets Film Festival and info. Various Locations 1.6, 13, 20 & 27 – Tivoli Farmers Market Through the art of film, the LVJFF pro- Tivoli Village, 440 S. Rampart Blvd. vides insight into Jewish identity, history Enjoy fresh farm to table fruits and vegetables, unique crafts, jewelry and more while and culture and promotes solidarity with Israel and remembrance of the Holocaust. enjoying live music and strolling the streets of Tivoli Village. Visit This year’s event is dedicated to www.tivolivillagelv.com for info. the memory of Heather Heyer, who was 1.10-31 – Entertainment at Summerlin’s Starbright Theatre killed while protesting against anti- Starbright Theatre, 2215 Thomas Ryan Blvd. Semitism and hate in Charlottesville, Line-up includes “Yesterday: A Tribute to the Beatles” (1.10), “ABBAFAB: The Premier Virginia. Visit www.lvjff.org for ABBA Experience” (1.13), “Bee Gees Gold Tribute” (1.21), “An Enchanted Evening with schedule and info. Barbra: A Tribute to Barbra Streisand” (1.27) and “A Toast to Dean Martin & Marilyn Monroe (1.31). Visit www.suncity-summerlin.com for tickets. 1.11-14 – Disney On Ice: Follow Your Heart Thomas & Mack Center, 4505 S. Maryland Pkwy. Beloved characters from Disney’s Finding Dory, Inside Out, Frozen, Toy Story and more take to the ice for this annual ice skating extravaganza. Visit www.UNLVtickets.com for tickets and showtimes. 1.12-14 – Rally in the Valley Valley of Fire State Park Calico Racing hosts this 3-day, overnight running festival for adventurous athletes. Run a half marathon each of the 3 days; join for just 2 days; or join the group on day 3 for 8.25-mile or 5K distance runs. Runners camp together in “Camp Calico” group site. Visit www.calicoracing.com to register. 1.13 – LV Philharmonic Presents Musician’s Choice Reynolds Hall @ The Smith Center, 361 Symphony Park Ave. Donato Cabrera conducts C.P.E. Bach, Debussy & Vaughan Williams, a robust program spotlight ѡ)٥սͥ䁽ѡAéѕ̸ͥ%Ёܹɜ(ĸ̃L9Ʌ܁Aəɵ)4IͽаL1́Ý ِ)Q͕ٕ͕9Ʌ܁͕́ЁѼəɴչɕѕܰ͡Ʌѥܴ)əհqٽtݡɔH!!յхͽչ́ɔɕѕݥѠѡȁٽ̸Q)مЁܹѥѵѕȹ(ĸLYMՅɔQɐQ͑)YMՅɔ\MɄٔ)䁅ѡYMՅɔ́Ѽȁͽ͡䁙ոєݥѠȁܰ͡)ٕ̰Ʌ̰ɕé䁅ɕٕͥѡɐQ͑丁YͥЁܹ٥Յɔ)(