July 2017 Magazines - Page 18

The Must Do List EDITOR’S PICKS July 4 8 Tijuana vs Leon 23rd Annual Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade Club soccer enthusiasts won’t want to miss this action-packed Lather up in sunscreen and head to Trails Village for a morning of patriotic fun at Summerlin’s 23rd annual Independence Day celebration. Some fan favorite floats return- ing this year are “The Fourth Awakens”, “Avengers: America’s Mighty Heroes” and “Music of America” featuring the acclaimed Desert Angels gospel choir. We’re also excited for new entries, including “Moana’s Ocean Journey”, “Captain Jack’s Swashbuckling Adventure”, “Troll-abration” and more. Musical ensembles and 25 giant inflatable helium balloons will join the promenade down Hills Center Drive. Arrive early to get the best spot! Visit http://summerlink.com/patriotic-parade for info. Sport presents the International Club Soccer Fiesta-Las Vegas, August 26 the breeze carries the rhythms of salsa, soul and hip hop sets the One Drunk Puppy Wine Tasting Event Support a great local charity, save puppies, sporting event at Sam Boyd Stadium (7000 E. Russell Rd.). M3 matching up two great teams from the Mexican professional foot- ball club. Seven-time Liga MX México Primera División title win- ners Club Leon will take on Club Tijuana from Baja California, Mexico. Visit www.UNLVtickets.com for tickets. July 12-15, 19-22 & 26-29 Super Summer Theatre Presents In the Heights Super Summer Theatre (Spring Mountain Ranch, Highway 159, Blue Diamond) hits another high note in July with a presentation of the Tony-Award winning musical In the Heights. New York’s Washington Heights neighborhood, where the coffee from the corner bodega is light and sweet, the windows are always open and stage for music, dancing and drama. Blankets and picnic dinners welcome. Visit www.supersummertheatre.org for more info. August 5, 12, 19 & 26 and taste some fabulous Southern Paiute Cultural Sharing wines all in the same night? Count us in. One Drunk Springs Preserve (333 S. Valley View Blvd.) is more than a nature Puppy wine tasting event is back for its 7th year at the Silverton (3333 Blue Diamond Rd.), featuring a selec- tion of international varietals of wine, spirits and more for your tasting pleasure. Sip, munch on hors d’oeu- July 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 vres, bid on a selection of goodies at the silent auction about their unique customs through storytelling, traditional arts and enjoy music from DJ R.O.B. all in support of The and crafts, food, drumming and dancing shared by tribe members Animal Foundation. Visit www.silvertoncasino.com for themselves every Saturday in August. Visit www.springspreserve.org info. Guests must be 21+. for info. 18 July/August 2017