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Rainforest Adventure Swings into Las Vegas Cosmopolitan Las Vegas | August 7, 14, 21, 28 & September 4 3708 S. Las Vegas Blvd.; Looking to spice up a lazy summer afternoon? Leave the young kiddos at home; the Cosmo’s movie night caters to a Head over to the Las more mature audience. Catch a flick on the hotel’s colossal marquee, sip on Vegas Natural History handcrafted movie-themed cocktails and munch on creative movie Museum now through snacks. Titles include “The Great Outdoors” (8.7), “It’s Complicated” (8.14), September 4th for a “World War Z” (8.21), “Father of the Bride” (8.28) and “Hitch” (9.4). Jumanji-like expedi- tion through their newest traveling exhib- it: Rainforest Adventure. Swing like a spider monkey, discover a rodent that weighs over a hundred pounds, learn about a beetle that can carry over 850 times its own weight and so much more at the fully interactive maze exploring one of the least known habitats on Earth. Your journey begins in the highest treetops surrounded by migratory birds and radiant sunlight, then you’ll answer questions about the rain- forest in an effort to reach the forest floor. Be careful! Incorrect answers will lead to dead ends. Along the way, you’ll learn just how essential rainforests are to human health and survival, and how important it is that we care for this intriguing eco-system and the planet. Learn more at Outdoors & In Town Square Las Vegas | August 3 & 10 6605 S. Las Vegas Blvd.; Head to the green at town square at sundown for G and PG rated movies projected on a giant 25 ft. by 35 ft. screen. August titles include “Moana” (8.3) and “Rock Dog” (8.10). Admission is free. Family Night at the Museum: “Space Jam” | August 5 333 S. Valley View Blvd.; Kids and adults alike will enjoy this exclusive movie viewing, which includes dinner AND adventure, as guests will have the Preserve’s Origen museum all to themselves. The movie selection, “Space Jam”, coincides with the museum’s Astronaut: Your Journey Begins on Earth exhibit. Reservations required. Vegas’ Outdoor Movie Scene: The Final Cut HELP20 Bottled Water Campaign In just a few short weeks, summer break will be over and it’ll be back to Soaring summer temps aren’t just the old, school routine. Until then, there’s still time to enjoy the things an annoyance; they can be deadly that make summertime so great, like movies under the stars, poolside, for those who don’t have access to or even in a museum! Seize the day and cinematic splendor at these last clean drinking water. That’s why few unique viewing experiences of the season. Help of Southern Nevada contin- ues each year to host the HELP20 Dive In Movies Bottled Water Campaign in an Whitney Ranch Indoor Pool | August 3 dents from dangers associated 1575 Galleria Dr.; with dehydration. The three- Take in a family flick on a giant inflatable screen while swimming, floating month or relaxing poolside. This month, catch Mowgli’s adventures in the wild kicked off in June and will contin- with Baloo and others in Disney’s “Jungle Book”. ue through August, encourages residents of Southern effort to protect homeless resi- campaign, which Nevada to purchase or bring bottled water to donate at any Whole Wet ‘n’ Wild | August 4 & 11 Foods Market in the Las Vegas area. HELP will then distribute water to 7055 S. Fort Apache Rd.; homeless individuals throughout the summer. This year, Whole Foods Grab your inner tube or a lounge chair and turn a day out at Wet 'n' Wild to Market has offered to match water bottle donations up to 10,000 bot- a night at the movies! Films include Zootopia (8.4) and Finding Dory (8.11). tles! Visit for more info. 20 September/October 2017