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The Must Do List EDITOR’S PICKS September 8-10 Disney’s The Jungle Book KIDS It’s a swingin’ good time with the human child Mowgli and a host of color- 23 17th Annual Las Vegas Lucky Duck Family Festival Rubber ducky, you’re the one! Head to Downtown Summerlin to see 5,000 yellow rubber ducks in a pond. Adopt one duck, a quack pack (6), a double quack pack (15) or a ful characters in flock (35) for your chance to win prizes in the “duck pluck” every this adaptation of 30 minutes. Hang out for live entertainment, games, a classic car the classic Disney show and more. Proceeds benefit Foundation for Positively Kids’ film presented at The Smith Center programs for medically fragile children in Clark County. Visit (361 Symphony Park Ave.). www.duckrace.com/lasvegas for info. When Mowgli and his panther friend Bagheera are banished by the ferocious tiger Shere Khan, they must October dangerous foes. On their journey, they learn about the 6 & 7 musical rhythms of the jungle from the bear Baloo, and RiSE Lantern Festival go on the run into a jungle filled with friendly faces and ultimately rally their new friends into battle to restore peace to the jungle. Visit www.thesmithcenter.com for showtimes and tickets. Folks from all walks of life gather each year at Moapa September 30 River Reservation for this unique event designed to Grapes and Hops Festival gathering features live music, food and activities, and culminates in “elevate” the collective hopes, dreams, resolutions, goals and desires of all who attend. A celebration of life and unity, this eclectic Kick off breast cancer aware- ness month at this annual wine extravaganza hosted on the scenic grounds of the Springs Preserve (333 S. Valley View Blvd.). A generous variety of fine wines and unique beers will be avail- able for tasting, as well as bites September from some of Las Vegas’ finest restaurants. Tip the simultaneous release of thousands of flame-lit paper lanterns. Tickets and more info at www.risefestival.com. October 21 Downtown Brew Festival The Downtown Brew Festival is back, promising lovers of suds a refreshing brew ha ha in the desert oasis that is the Clark County Government Center (500 S. Grand Central Parkway). The event your glass to a good cause, as a portion of the proceeds boasts over 200 craft beers from over 60 breweries available for tast- will be donated to Par for The Cure, a non-profit dedi- ing, as well as food by QFS Tacos, Slo-Skirt, Naked City Tavern, cated to raising funds for breast cancer research. Visit Las Vegas Donut Bar and more, all served with a side of live music. www.springspreserve.org for info. Info at www.downtownbrewfestival.com. 18 September/October 2017