Join us on Friday, May 17, 3:30-4:30 pm, on the main level of the Downtown Reno Library, as we celebrate the grand opening of our new children’s area. There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony, followed by a brief story time and activities for all ages.
Under the expert manipulation of local puppeteer Bernie Beauchamp, 24-inch tall marionette puppets narrate stories from America’s history through song, dance, and music.
Presented by Pioneer Center Youth Programs and Friends of Washoe County Library.
Presented by historical preservationist Holly Walton-Buchanan, this ranching history of the Carson Valley and the Truckee Meadows spans the initial importation of cattle from Spain through the Comstock boom period.
Weekly informational workshops throughout May focusing on hot topics impacting seniors throughout the community.
The presenters this month include District Attorney Chris Hicks and investigator Michelle Bays, who will discuss how the DA's office can assist seniors, and Sparks Fire Department Inspector James Recob, who will discuss fire and fall prevention.
United Way of Northern Nevada and the Sierra would like you to complete its 2019 community survey. Part of its 2019 Community Listening process, the survey asks community members what they consider the most pressing issues in their communities, and solicits feedback on UWNNS' signature issue: early childhood literacy.
Participation in this short survey is open to all residents of the 13 counties of Northern Nevada and the communities surrounding Lake Tahoe.