February Events 2024

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Things to do in Las Vegas February Edition

Things to do in Las Vegas February 2024. This year in February there are more than ever. With the Super Bowl, Lunar New Year, Valentine’s Day, and Mardi Gras falling within 4 days, you can find plenty of things to do in Las Vegas this February. 

Find fun things to do in Las Vegas every day in February. The first two weeks of February 2024 pack a punch, especially in Las Vegas. 

Las Vegas events in February 2024 include the Super Bowl of course. The Las Vegas strip will come alive with activations surrounding Superbowl LVIII. GET THE SUPER BOWL GUIDE

So far this winter has been on the warmer side, so hiking, exploring new parks, and picnics might stay on the agenda. 

This February also brings Lunar New Year beginning February 10, 2024. Las Vegas goes all out for Lunar New Year with celebrations and parades across the city. GET THE LUNAR NEW YEAR GUIDE.

February is also Black History Month. On February 1st the lights on the Welcome to Las Vegas sign will change colors in honor of Black History Month. Expect plenty of learning opportunities at our libraries. 

As a bonus, it’s a Leap Year, and that means February 2024 will have 29 days! Do you have any leap year traditions in your family?

What are you most excited about this February in Las Vegas?

Use the Quick Guide below to jump ahead to the event, week, or venue you are looking for today!

Things to do in Las Vegas - February 2024

Important Dates in February

Black History Month 

February is also American Heart Month and Children’s Dental Health Month. It’s a good reminder to get your checkups.

Las Vegas will host Superbowl LVIII on February 11, 2024

February 2 – Groundhog Day (will he see his shadow?)

February 6 – National Frozen Yogurt Day (look for deals)

February 8 – Boy Scout Day 

February 9 – Girl Scout Cookie Booths Open

February 10 – Lunar New Year begins. It’s the year of the dragon. 

February 13 – Mardi Gras/Shrove Tuesday 

February 14 – Valentine’s Day 

February 14 – Ash Wednesday/ Lent Begins

February 19 – President’s Day (SCHOOL IS OUT) 

February 22 – National Margarita Day (look for specials)

February 28 – Charter School Lottery Deadline (for many)

February 29 – Leap Day

Don’t forget, Spring Break, for most of Clark County is March 11 – March 15 2024. Plan ahead. 

Home Depot Workshop 

Saturday, February 3, 2024

Your Local Home Depot store 

February Project: Valentine’s Basket 


Lowe’s DIY Workshop

Saturday, February 10, 10 am – 1pm

Your local Lowe’s store 

February Project: Chalkboard Message Center


Special for this month: Holiday Ornament Giveaway! November 4, 10 am-1pm 

The Mine Experience

Saturday, February 3, 2024 – FREE ADMISSION

McCaw Mines, 57 Lynn Lane

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC on the 1st Saturday of every month from 9am to 2pm  
No new entries after 130pm will be allowed.
Come and see the only simulated underground gold mine in the state.  Explore our surface exhibits and our beautiful Visitor’s Center.  Browse in our Train Caboose Gift Shop to bring home a remembrance from your visit.  Bring the whole family and enjoy a day at The Mine Experience.

STEAM Saturdays with the Neon Museum 

Saturday, February 10, 10 am – 12 pm 

The Neon Museum 

February Theme: Think Like an Architect

Ever wondered what it would be like to be an architect? This month we’ll navigate through the Neon Boneyard and learn the connections between architecture and our collection. How does the La Concha lobby fall under Googie Architecture? How did the architect Paul Revere Williams draw his blueprints? You’ll learn all this while unleashing your architectural skills through building a 3-D skyscraper, designing the blueprints for your very own dreamhouse, building bridges from around the world, and much more. 

Admission for Steam Saturdays is $5 per person. Children age 6 and younger are FREE. Members are free, Museums for All guests are free with EBT/SNAP/WIC or foster placement letter and calid ID. 

Advance registration is recommended.

STEAM Saturdays is a Neon Museum program that offers fun make-and-take activities, hands-on learning, and demonstrations designed to promote creative and critical thinking. This series is offered to families once a month from 10am-12pm.

Las Vegas Natural History Museum 

Daily events at the museum including shark feedings, story times, arts & crafts. 

February 1-29: Resilience at Las Vegas Natural History Museum

Pricing: $14 for adults, $7 for children ages 3-11

Experience a cultural exhibition and historical exploration of African Americans’ scientific contributions during Black History Month at Las Vegas Natural History Museum’s community exhibition, Resilience. Workshops will be held every Saturday at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. starting February 3, and will focus on the profound impact of African music on global music styles, how music connects with other academic subjects, and how visitors can use it to solve everyday challenges.  Visit www.lvnhm.org for more info and tickets.

See the calendar

Discovery Children’s Museum 

Tuesday-Saturday, 10 am – 5pm
Sundays, 12 pm – 5 pm 

Toddler Time: Fridays 1035am – 1130pm

Discovery Children’s Museum offers Daily Discoveries, special programming, and exhibits all month long. Celebrate Native American Heritage Month November 4-December 1. 

Springs Preserve

Open Thursday – Monday, 9am – 4pm

Toddler Time

Monday, Thursday, Friday
11am – 12pm

Crack a Geode & Fossil Dig
Fossil Dig and Crack a Geode activities are $5 for Springs Preserve members or $6 for non-members.

Springs Preserve Black History Month Festival
Saturday, February 17 

Clark County Wetlands Park 

Park Trails, Trailhead Parking, and Trailhead Restrooms
Open Daily Dawn to Dusk

Nature Center
Visit the Exhibit Gallery, Nature Store, Auditorium, Spotlight on Nature Gallery, and Lizard Lounge picnic room. Open Tuesday – Sunday, 9 am to 3 pm

Enjoy events like the Wetlands Explorers, WP Watercolor for kids, and Nature Tales Story & Craft

♦ Free Youth Art Workshop: Window of Compassionate Curiosity ♦
Saturday, February 3 – 10am – 1140 am
Ages 8-14. FREE. Advance registration is required.

♦ Nature Art for Kids: Watercolor Mammals ♦
Sunday, February 4 – 11am to 12n
Advance registration is required. Ages 4-17. Fee: $5 per child.

♦ Wetlands Explorers:  Earth Day can be Everyday ♦
 Wednesday, February 7 – 10am – 1130am

♦ Wetlands Explorers: Baby Birding ♦
Wednesday, February 21 – 10am – 1130am

♦ Wetlands Explorers: Sensssational Snakes ♦
Sunday, February 25 – 10am – 1130am

Wetlands Explorers Information: Ages 3-8. Parental participation is required. Fee: $5 per child. Program fee is discounted to $4 per child after three sessions per season. Register here.

♦ Nature Tales Storytime: Owls ♦
Wednesday, February 14 – 11am – 12n 

♦ Critters & Crafts: Arachnids ♦
Sunday, February 18, 1230pm – 2pm 

Live animal encounters with a lesson and painting craft.
All materials provided. Advance registration is required.
Ages 3+. Fee: $10 per child. Register here

♦ The Secret World of Beavers (Discovery Walk) 
Saturday, February 24 – 9am to 11am – $5/pp

Nevada Southern Railway

Train rides are Saturdays and Sundays
Boarding times: 10am, 12pm, 2pm, and 4pm

Tickets and Cost: $5 for children, $10 for 12 and older, 3 and younger is free

Saturday, February 17 – Storytime Train
Boarding Times are 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm

Saturday, February 24 & Sunday, February 25
Open House and 75th Anniversary of the Merci Train

9am – 4pm

Nevada Southern Live Steamers

Live Steamers ride on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month.

February Run Days are February 10 and February 24, 10am – 330pm.

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IKEA Las Vegas

Free crafts nights + kids eat free every Wednesday night. 

Craft times are 5pm and 6pm. Register in advance to save your spot. This is a great time to grab the kids free dinner and give them something to do after school, plus you can roam IKEA and get a little indoor cardio in too.  Craft times and dining specials are for IKEA Family Members, sign up for free.

Saturday Morning Kids Flicks

Regal Theatres will be offering PG movies for $2 each Saturday. See the February list below or CLICK here for more details. 

February 3 – The Super Mario Bros Movie
February 10 – How to Train Your Dragon 
February 17 – (update) How to Train Your Dragon 
February 17 – Trolls 
February 24 – Kung Fu Panda

Please verify details and show times before you go as we are not always informed of changes. 

Chick-fil-a Centennial Hills Saturday Family Nights

Saturday nights from 5pm – 7pm 

February 3 – Grab and Go Craft
February 10 – Family Date Night
February 17 – Grab and Go Coloring
February 24 – IceDream Sundae Night

Park Pals – City of Henderson

A variety of sport activities and games will be set up each day for your enjoyment. From kickball to tag, each day will be a new activity.

Water Street Plaza every WEDNESDAY from 3pm-5pm
No Park Pals on the Plaza March 13th
Feb 2- Hidden Falls Park
Feb 9-Amador Vista Park
Feb 16-Attesa Park
Feb 23-Madeira Canyon Park
Feb 24- Sonata (Saturday)

Las Vegas Prom Closet – Donation Deadline Feb. 19

Project 150 is once again hosting the Las Vegas Prom Closet. Donate new or gently used formal wear and/or vouchers for alterations, hair stylists, barbers, make up, dry cleaning, and nails. 

Everyone deserves to go to prom and feel beautiful. 

Donations can be dropped at Project 150. 
Monday – Friday, 9am – 430pm
3600 N Rancho or 2605 E Flamingo

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ethel m chocolate factory

Lights of Love at Ethel M Chocolate Factory

February 2 – February 18, 2024
Nightly 5pm – 10pm 
$2 per person admission fee with all proceeds donated to local charities.

Lunar New Year at Fashion Show

Through February 23, 2024

• Interactive lantern decor

• Gift with purchase offer – spend $350 and get a Red Rumi bag

• Lucky Red Envelopes filled with exclusive shopping and dining offers and a chance to receive an FSLV gift card.*

• Lion’s Dance and Lantern Celebration Schedule Sunday, February 18 | 12pm – 2pm Location The Great Hall

Mardi Gras – King Cakes 

King Cakes can be pre-ordered from Freed’s Bakery for pick up on Monday, February 12 and Fat Tuesday, February 13. The king cakes come in a variety of flavors and are available at all locations.

Legoland $25 Tickets for Kids 

Get up to four $25 tickets per paid (full price) adult ticket for one-day admission to Legoland San Diego. Add on tickets to Sea Life Aquarium are an additional $15 per person. 

Tickets are valid for visits through March 10! 
$25 kids tickets apply to children ages 2 – 12 years.

Ninjago Weekends through February 19, 2024.

Superbowl Sunday at Allegiant Stadium 

It’s coming. Superbowl LVIII is Sunday, February 11, 2024. 

Check our Super Bowl Guide for Las Vegas Locals for details on activations and events. 

Henderson Silver Knights

The Henderson Silver Knights are the American Hockey League affiliate of the Vegas Golden Knights. The Silver Knights play their home games at The Dollar Loan Center, a state-of-the-art arena in Henderson, NV. Cheer on the Silver Knights at their home games in November. Purchase tickets by visiting hendersonsilverknights.com 

Vegas Golden Knights

Vegas Golden Knights home game schedule for October 2023. All games are at T-Mobile Arena. Tickets start at $25. 

Vegas Golden Knights Kids Club

Kids Club gives a younger generation of fans a fun opportunity to celebrate being a Golden Knights fan! Membership cost is $50 and is good for one year.

Kids Club is made for kids ages 2-14 and includes a one-of-a-kind Kids Club kit with cool items to show off your Vegas Golden Knights pride!

Members will also have access to exclusive Kids Club events and ticket offers throughout the year.

Pizza Hut + Vegas Golden Knights

Save 31% on your orders with code VGKWINS.

The code is valid the day after a Vegas Golden Knights win. Valid in store or at PizzaHut.com

Featured Event for February

Drumline Live at The Smith Center

Tuesday, February 27, 730pm
Reynolds Hall 

Tickets start at $35 

Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for a giveaway to this show.

DRUMLine Live, the show stopping attraction created by the musical team behind the hit movies, “Drumline” and “Drumline: A New Beat,” embodies the soulful, high-stepping style of the Historically Black College and University (HBCU) marching band experience. With its riveting rhythms, bold beats, and ear grabbing energy, DRUMLine Live is a high octane musical roller coaster ride that is guaranteed to touch every emotion in your body. Incorporating original compositions and soul-infused interpretations of top 40 hits, group performances range from colorful, choreographed routines to heavy doses of drum riffs and cadences.

We’re back with a BRAND NEW show for the entire family and we promise… you will be on your feet by Halftime!!

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Las Vegas Events in February 2024

Kids Vote – City of Henderson

Kids 18 and under* are invited to come to Henderson City Hall during the 2024 elections and vote for your favorite ice cream flavor.

Vote from eight flavor options during the Presidential Preference Primary! The top four flavors will move on to the Primary Election in June. The top two flavors in the Primary will move on to the General Election in November.

Participants in the Presidential Preference Primary will receive a FREE SCOOP of ice cream courtesy of Purple Penguin Snowcone Shack! Young voters will also receive a special Henderson “I VOTED” sticker. 

Early Voting: January 29–February 1, 7:30am-5:30pm
Election Day: February 6, 7am-7pm

Things to do in Las Vegas - February 1 - 4

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First Friday 

Friday, February 2, 2024
The Arts District Downtown Las Vegas

First Friday at the Bridge

Friday, February 2, 5pm – 7pm
Cambridge Recreation Center 

Enjoy food and drinks, archery, bounce houses, mobile gaming truck, music, and dancing at First Friday at the Bridge on Friday, February 2 from 5pm – 7pm at Cambridge Recreation Center. Ages 5-17 are free. Registration is required. Call (702) 455-7169 for more information.

LV Microshool Fair 

Saturday, February 3, 10am – 2pm
Positively Arts, 4455 W Sunset Road

Parent panel, student panel, games, raffles, and the opportunity to meet with local microschools including Dragonfly Academy, Acton Academy Red Rock, Good Shepherd, Positively Arts, Bloom Aademy, Positively Arts and more. 

2024 Authors and Artists Fair 

Saturday, February 3, 11am – 4pm 
Clark County Library 

Discover new releases & unique artwork from dozens of Las Vegas area authors and artists. These books & art make great gifts for Valentine’s Day, birthdays, & special occasions!
Join us for the 2024 Authors & Artists Fair at the Clark County Library. Meet & greet dozens of local authors and artists in the theater lobby from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. and get your books and artwork purchases autographed. Attend writer’s workshops, an author’s panel discussion, chapter readings, a jam session, and the premiere of an independent film by a Las Vegas filmmaker.
Free and open to the public. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis and may be limited. For more information, please call 702.507.3458.

Free Folklorico Classes

Saturday, February 3, 10am – 11am 
Dazantes Studios, 5636 W Charleston Boulevard

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Monster Trucks Live at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway

Saturday, February 3, 12pm – 4pm 
Las Vegas Motor Speedway

The ultimate family-friendly monster truck experience! World Champion monster trucks, freestyle motocross, monster truck rides, and more.
Don’t miss 2-time Monster Jam World Champion BOUNTY HUNTER, queen of monster trucks SCARLET BANDIT, the always spicy HOT TAMALE, crowd favorite SHARK BITE, and last, but certainly not least, the legendary Dennis Anderson in KING SLING.
Take the ride of your life in a REAL Monster Truck and experience the true power of these magnificent machines. 
Meet the drivers and get up close with the trucks for photos at the pre-show meet & greet pit party where you can meet and see all the stars of this amazing family show.
More than just Monster Trucks:
Freestyle Motocross: The monsters won’t be the only ones flying high out there. Brace yourself for gravity-defying Freestyle Motocross as our pro riders pull off stunts more than three-stories in the air that will leave you breathless.
FMX Front Flip Attempt: Get comfortable on the edge of your seat as you witness a MASSIVE FMX front flip attempt. Is that even possible?? Be there to find out.
Kids Powerwheel Races: Kids can be part of the show too! Enter your kiddo in the YOUNG GUNS Powerwheel half-time race. This once-in-a-lifetime experience does not require pre -registration and is open to everyone attending the show. Just bring your charged-up powerwheels to the gate and you are automatically entered. 

Show Schedule:
Saturday, February 3, 2pm (gates open at 12n)
Pit Party: 12pm – 130pm 
Parking fees apply. All sales final. 

Gospel Fest 

Saturday, February 3, 12pm – 3pm 
Water Street Plaza, Henderson 

An uplifting concert event at the Water Street Plaza Amphitheater. National performers include headliner Charles Jenkins, along with Chrystal Rucker, and Chazn. This annual event inspires and delights the audience with local pastors, community leaders, and gospel groups complimenting these recording artists. An array of vendors will be on the plaza to provide authentic soul and southern food available for purchase.
FREE event! Gates open at 11am.

Elsa Mini Camp & Tea Party 

Saturday, February 3, 230pm – 330pm
Soulfire Studios

Face painting, storytime, dancing with tailor-made costumes, beautiful themed tea party, games, and crafts. $17 per dancer, ages 3 years – 8 years. 

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Fentanyl Awareness Training 

Saturday, February 3, 10am – 12pm 
Fire Training Center, 401 Parkson Road, Henderson

The Henderson Fire Department is offering fentanyl awareness and response training as part of the First Six Community Lifesaver Training curriculum.

Courses include training about the dangers of fentanyl and demonstrations on how to administer Narcan, an FDA-approved drug given to reverse the effects of an overdose. Up to 30 overdose kits will also be available at each class, based on availability, in conjunction with the City’s Risk It All with Fentanyl awareness campaign and the Southern NV Health District. 


The First Six minutes are crucial in an emergency, and HFD counts on residents to make a difference until responders arrive. The First Six Community Lifesaver Training can provide you the skills to help save a life, including:

  • Hands-Only CPR
  • Emergency Bleeding Control
  • Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
  • Fentanyl Awareness and Narcan Training
  • PulsePoint Responder App: Receive alerts to help nearby citizens in need

 Classes are open to adults and children aged 12 or older with an adult. Classes are hosted monthly. 

For more information and to register visit cityofhenderson.com/fire.

Love Affair 

Saturday, February 3, 7pm
Orleans Arena


The Love Affair Concert is back at the Orleans Arena on February 3, 2024 with one of its biggest lineups ever. The Stylistics, one of R&B’s most iconic groups, will be headlining. Also performing will be Rose Royce, Ready For The World, Delfonics, Peaches and Herb, Mary Jane Girls and Blue Magic.
Tickets from $35 plus taxes and convenience fees.


Things to do in Las Vegas - February 5 - 11

Super Bowl LVIII Opening Night

Monday, February 5, 4pm – 8pm 
Allegiant Stadium 

Fans are invited to get a preview of the Allegiant Stadium campus ahead of Super Bowl LVIII as players and coaches make their first public appearance in Las Vegas during Super Bowl week! There will be live entertainment, special appearances, family-friendly activities, and autographs by NFL legends.

Family Night at Freddy’s Steakburgers

Tuesday, February 6, 6pm – 9pm
This event happens on the first Tuesday of every month

Free Kids Meal with an Adult Combo Meal Purchase, raffles and giveaways, fun activities and more!

Find a Freddy’s location near you. 

IEP Hacks

Tuesday, February 6, 6pm 
Windmill Library 

Free! Adults only.

Co-presented by DSCLV and Gigi’s Playhouse, this is a highly interactive and intensive workshop to learn Federal IEP requirements and how to implement them so your child receives the help they need. Adults only. Food and drinks provided.

Songs from the Movies

Tuesday, February 6, 7pm 
Myron’s at The Smith Center

Tickets start at $39

Experience a captivating musical voyage with renowned singer Giada Valenti, celebrated for her mesmerizing PBS special. Prepare to be enraptured as she delivers enchanting renditions of timeless movie melodies we all adore.

Citrine Sky Park Grand Opening 

Wednesday, February 7, 11am 
Citrine Sky Park, 137 E Warm Springs Road, Henderson

Ribbon cutting for Henderson’s 72nd park. Activities and refreshments will be provided. 

Valentine’s Day Card Class 

Wednesday, February 7, 2pm – 4pm
Summerlin Library 

Artist Carolyn Thompson teaches you how to make beautiful Valentine’s Day greeting cards for that special someone in your life!
All materials are provided. Free and open to the public. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis and may be limited. For more information, please call 702.507.3863

Lunar New Year Celebration – Las Vegas City Hall

Wednesday, February 7, 9am
Las Vegas City Hall 

The City of Las Vegas will usher in the Year of the Dragon! Don’t miss the lion dance blessing performed by the Lohan School of Shaolin! Put on your best ethnic attire! Let us commemorate the rich history and celebrate the most important holiday of the Asian American and Pacific Islander community.

Kids Crafting Program 

Wednesday, February 7, 530pm – 630pm
City Hall Library, 2250 Las Vegas Boulevard North 

Kids Crafting Corner: I Have a Dream Cloud Mobile
Free and open to the public; ages 5-12
A special Black History Month celebration as we honor the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr. Write your wishes for a bright future on cloud shapes and create a mobile to hang up in a special place as a daily reminder of your hopes and dreams. All materials will be provided.
For more information, contact the City Hall Library at 702-633-1070 or email us at nlvrefdesk@cityofnorthlasvegas.com

Tost by Tostitos 

February 8 – February 10, 12pm – 9pm each day 
3786 S Las Vegas Boulevard 


Superbowl LVIII Las Vegas Dining Experience. 

Space is limited. RESERVE HERE!

Lunar New Year Parade

Friday, February 9, 6pm
Downtown Summerlin, Park Centre Drive

Kid’s Night Out 

Friday, February 9, 6pm – 9pm 
Robert (Bob) E. Price Community Center

Bob Price Recreation Center is hosting a Kids Night Out on February 9 from 6-9pm. Kids (ages 3-12) will play fun games and participate in a themed craft! Dinner will be provided. Space is limited. $10 per child. 


Kids Night Out: Rock Wall

Friday, February 9, 6pm – 9pm
Henderson Multigenerational Center

Spend the evening learning how to climb the rock wall. We’ll teach you rock wall climbing basics and lead fun games. A parent/guardian will be required to sign a waiver at drop off. Register at least one week in advance as space is limited. This event is presented by our Outdoor Recreation Department. Reach us at 702-267-4050 for any questions regarding this event.

Fill the Pantry Food Drive

Saturday, February 10, 9am – 12pm
All participating Smith’s Food & Drug Stores

To benefit Ronald McDonald House

Big Game Football Family Farm Day

Saturday, February 10, 10am – 2pm
Horses 4 Heroes Las Vegas Equestrian Center, 4975 N Miller Lane

Celebrate the BIG Game in Las Vegas! Visit the Horses4Heroes Las Vegas Family Equestrian Center. Wear a Team Jersey (any sport) and we’ll give your child a free second ride. ($5 value)
Is this your child’s First Horse Ride? For an additional $10, we’ll send you home with a commemorative photo and First Rides Club Button!
Food Truck: Busters Dawg House!

General Admission: Ages 2 years – 17 years
$10, Military, Veterans, First Responders
$15, Locals, H4H members
$20, Non-Residents

General Admission: Ages 12 months – 23 months
$10, without paid admission – FREE, with paid admission
General Admission: Adults
Free with paid admission
$10, if visiting without children or grandchildren
Horse rides are for kids only!
Admission includes a horse ride, activities with miniature horses, a barnyard tour, and playtime in our fenced play area. Pick up a football bath bomb from The Coconut Crush collection, now for sale in The Ranch House.

Children’s Mini Market

Saturday, February 10, 10am – 12pm
Helen Meyer Community Center

Helen Meyer Community Center is looking for kids who have an interest in entrepreneurship and would like to earn money in real life!

If your child has an interest in making crafts, baking, making lemonade, or looking to sell old items this is the place to do it! Join us for our kid-centered Mini Market!

Signing Class & Valentine’s Craft 

Saturday, February 10, 1pm
Spring Valley Library 

FREE. Learn to sign, and help people with Down syndrome learn to express themselves until speech is present. This monthly sign language class is for ALL AGES and abilities, from parents/caregivers to babies and children, to adults with Down syndrome. Learn useful signs with Jeramy’s method that results in great retention! RSVP at https://DSCLV.COM/rsvps 


Steam Saturday “Teen Takeover” 

Saturday, February 10, 930am – 1130am 
The Neon Museum 

A special edition of STEAM Saturday as we proudly showcase the brilliance of our local youth in The Neon Museum’s first “Teen Takeover!”

The teenagers that make up the Las Vegas Chapter of Jack and Jill of America will be ‘taking over’ this Neon Museum event. The teens co-created educational content and will be running each aspect of the Museum, from box office to photography to leading educational activities. Come delve into the stories of the most influential Black entrepreneurs, performers, and public figures of Nevada.

Ever wondered what it would be like to be an architect? This month we’ll navigate through the Neon Boneyard and learn the connections between architecture and our collection. You’ll unleash your architectural skills through building a 3-D skyscraper, designing the blueprints for your very own dream house, building bridges from around the world, and much more.

Sweetheart Family Fun Paint Jam 

Saturday, February 10, 10am – 12pm 
Desert Breeze Community Center

Create your own masterpiece in this instructor-led workshop.


Saturday, February 10, 1030am – 4pm 
East Las Vegas Library 

Whether you are new to gaming, or an expert, this free convention has tabletop games for everyone!
Play, discover, and even take home a new tabletop game for you and your friends to play at the library District’s first-ever Tabletop Gaming Convention! There will be games and vendors!
Free and open to the public.

Rainbow Connection Youth Workshop

Saturday, February 10, 1130am – 1pm
Helen Meyer Community Center 

Create a rainbow collage with your friends and neighbors.

This workshop will be held during the mini-market at Helen Meyer. 

Valentine’s Couples Shoot 

Saturday, February 10, 1pm – 2pm
Whitney Mesa Nature Preserve

Join an archery range master for a series of entertaining archery shoots to improve your skills. All equipment is provided.
Join us for a couples shoot at Whitney Mesa. Archery equipment will be available, and our range master will be onsite to assist any beginners. Targets will be valentines themed and all couples will get a box of chocolate to share. Registration is per couple.
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Dance-a-licious Valentine’s Day Soiree

Saturday, February 10, 230pm – 330pm
Soulfire Studios, 8540 W Lake Mead Boulevard

Enjoy a Ticked Pink Tea Party with facepainting, dancing, crafts, and more. 

$17 per dancer, age 3 years – 8 years. 

Lion Dance at Palace Station

Saturday, February 10, 5pm 
Palace Station

Lion Dance will be at the North Valet entrance. 

Dragon and Lion Dance – Resorts World 

Saturday, February 10, 6pm 

The Conrad lobby will have photo opportunities featuring a red setting with Year of the Dragon and red lanterns. 

Lion Dance at Durango Casino & Resort

Saturday, February 10, 8pm
Durango Casino & Resort

Lion Dance will be at Hotel Porte-Cochere.

Things to do in Las Vegas February - 12 - 18

Valentine Fun Fest & Kiddie Rave

Monday, February 12, 4pm – 7pm 
Wigglin’ Out Indoor Playground

Tickets start at $20. See flier below for complete details.

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Mardi Gras with BeauSoliel 

Tuesday, February 13, 7pm 
Water Street Plaza, Downtown Henderson 

Enjoy an authentic Mardi Gras celebration with the band, BeauSoleil. For 50 years, Two-time Grammy winner BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet have been hailed as “the best Cajun band in the world.” Doucet and the band can be credited with taking Cajun music from its regional roots in Louisiana to popularity worldwide. Celebrate Fat Tuesday on the plaza with great music, drinks, and authentic food of the South.
Cost: $15 per ticket. PURCHASE TICKETS. 

The Mob Museum 12th Anniversary

Wednesday, February 14, all day

Free Admission for Nevada Residents. 

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OK It’s Family Time

Friday, February 16 -18, 5pm
Horses 4 Heroes – Las Vegas Equestrian Center 

Join Greg Kersten, the founder of Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, in Las Vegas for an OK Corral Series Certification Seminar. It’s time to Focus on the Family, getting the herd back together!
O.K., It’s Family Time – DO Try This at Home! (Yellow) This seminar focuses on the emotional health and growth of families, through specific and proven activities and exercises. Whether conducted by EAP Professionals, couples, or single parents, the methods taught are designed to be conducted at your own corral!

Flick n Float: Lovebug

Friday, February 16, 530pm – 8pm
Hollywood Aquatic Center 

Enjoy a movie in the pool and make a craft at Hollywood Aquatic Center from 5:30-8pm. Lifejackets and innertubes will be provided.


Much Ado About Nothing (multiple dates)

presented by The Rainbow Company Youth Theatre.

Showtimes Friday – Sunday
Rainbow Company Youth Theatre, 800 S Brush Street, 89107


If you loved the 1993 romantic comedy film, you’ll love this theater rendition set back in the 1970’s!
“Much Ado About Nothing” is a comedic play about misunderstandings, love and deception. The play is set in Messina, Italy, and revolves around two romantic pairings that emerge when a group of soldiers arrives in the town. The first, between Claudio and Hero, is nearly altered by the accusations of the villain, Don John. The second romance, between Claudio’s friend Benedick and Hero’s cousin Beatrice, takes center stage as the play continues, with both characters’ wit and banter providing much of the humor.

Storytime Train

Saturday, February 17
Nevada Southern Railway

Boarding Times are 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm
Children $5
Adults $10 

Enjoy storytime and arts & crafts on the train. No reservation needed. 

Love for All, Pickleball 

Saturday, February 17, 9am – 3pm
YMCA Durango Hills, 3521 N Durango Drive

Las Vegas Ward 4 City Councilwoman Francis Allen-Palenske and Ward 6 City Councilwoman Nancy Brune invite you to join us for a fun-filled day of pickleball festivities! There will be Food Trucks, tournaments and matches.

13th Annual Chinese New Year in the Desert Parade

Saturday, February 17, 11am 
Downtown Las Vegas – Fremont District 

Las Vegas Spring Festival (a.k.a Lunar New Year Parade) at Fremont East Entertainment District.

Announcers’ stage and limited bleacher seating will be provided on 8th & Fremont by the City of Las Vegas.

Parade After Party: Downtown Container Park, 12pm – 3pm

Please stop by the Downtown Container Park for more entertainment and visit vendor booths, and support the Fremont East Merchants after the Parade!

Station 83 Open House – Henderson

Saturday, February 17, 10pm – 1pm
100 Burkholder Boulevard, Henderson

Meet your neighborhood firefighters, check out firefighting equipment, tour the station, and learn how you can help in an emergency.

Nature Explorers

Saturday, February 17, 10am – 1130am
Red Rock Canyon 


Nature Explorers is a monthly program for children 7–10 years old and a parent/guardian geared towards exploring the natural world through nature walks, games, and crafts. 

Meet in the Red Springs Picnic Area, this month the focus will be on birds. As a group, we will contribute to The Great Backyard Bird Count by looking for, identifying, and recording the birds we see on the Red Spring Boardwalk.

Be ready to explore what it is like being a bird in the world today!

The Hive Market: Friendship Fest

Saturday, February 17, 10am – 4pm
The District at Green Valley Ranch 

50+ local artisans, live music, photo ops, permanent jewelry, face painting and more. 

Black History Festival at Springs Preserve

Saturday, February 17, 10am – 4pm 
Springs Preserve Las Vegas 


The 15th annual Black History Month Festival showcases the tremendous contributions of African Americans to Southern Nevada’s rich history and culture, this large, family-friendly festival celebrates Black History through educational activities, live music and dance performances, arts and crafts, historic photo exhibits, and delicious, authentic African-American cuisine. This year’s theme is “African Americans and the Arts.”

The 15th annual Black History Month Festival will feature fun for the whole family:

  • Prominent speakers
  • Educational activities
  • Live music and dance performances
  • Arts & crafts and games for the kids
  • Authentic African-American cuisine
  • Cultural gift items for purchase
  • Historic Black Las Vegas photo exhibit

Admission to the 15th annual Black History Month Festival includes free entrance to the Springs Preserve’s museums and galleries, including the Nevada State Museum. Reservations are required.


Puppy Love Resource Fair

Saturday, February 17, 11am – 1pm
Silverado Ranch Dog Park 

Presented by the new Silverado Ranch Community Center and Clark County Commissioner Michael Naft, featuring vegan food and treats, pet-friendly vendors, animal adoptions, and pet weddings! Help your beloved furry friend find its perfect match this love season 

Red Rock Canyon Winter Gathering

Saturday, February 17, 11am – 3pm
Red Rock Canyon Parking Lot with programs inside the Visitor’s Center

Red Rock Canyon operates on a timed reservation system from October – May. RESERVE HERE. 

Events will include Frybread Demonstration, a creative workshop, Pow Wow dancers, and Bird Singers from Moapa. 

Storytime at the Multicultural Bookstore

Saturday, February 17, 12pm
Multicultural Bookstore, 2027 Revere St

This Saturday featured Cameron “CH” Miller, candidate for Las Vegas City Council Ward 5. This event is best suited for children ages 4 – 11 years. 

Lunar New Year at Uncommons LV

Saturday, February 17, 3pm – 8pm
Uncommons LV

Celebrate Lunar New Year at UnCommons on Saturday, Feb. 17 from 3 to 8 p.m. Partake in the AAPI’s festival of events, which will include an Asian Night Market with an eclectic array of vendors offering street food, artisanal crafts, and live entertainment; traditional dragon dance and performances; as well as a Squid Game themed area with DIY activities of wishing trees and red envelopes for all to experience. 

Stargazing with the Las Vegas Astronomical Society

Saturday, February 17, 5pm – 8pm
Spring Mountain Ranch State Park 

You might be surprised how bright the stars are just 20 miles from downtown Las Vegas! Bring your family and join the Las Vegas Astronomical Society for an evening of star gazing with their excellent telescopes and knowledgeable guidance.
This event will be held after regular park hours in our group-use area. Starts at 5:00 pm and ends at 8pm. Dress for the weather, temperatures are usually 10 degrees cooler than in Las Vegas.

Red light flashlights only as they help keep our eyes adjusted to the dark and make for better viewing for all.
We ask that you please leave your pets at home as there are many tripping hazards and sensitive and expensive equipment that could easily be damaged.
There is a $10 per vehicle cash-only entrance fee and we highly recommend bringing exact change to help move the line of cars through the fee station.
We will stop entry a half an hour before the end of event. Any vehicles arriving after that will not be allowed into the park.

Roller Derby Bootcamp

Saturday, February 18, 430pm – 630pm
West Flamingo Park, 6255 W Flamingo Road

It’s time for our first boot camp of the year! Join us on February 18th for a FREE roller derby boot camp at West Flamingo Park. No experience required. Limited loaner gear will be available and is first come, first serve.

Willow Springs Scavenger Hunt 

Sunday, February 18, 10am – 12pm 
Red Rock Canyon

No Registration Required. 

Red Rock Canyon operates on a timed reservation system from October – May. RESERVE HERE. 

Visit the Willow Springs Picnic Area to try your luck at finding some of Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area’s secret surprises!

To play, just pick up a scavenger hunt sheet from the BLM Ranger at Willow Springs Picnic Area, and make sure you bring along your phone or camera for pictures.

Trout Fishing in the City 

Sunday, February 18, 3pm
Veterans Memorial Park 

Join us for a fun and free afternoon fishing for trout. All levels are welcome! We will go over everything from the basics of trout fishing to fly fishing.

We will have loaner equipment or bring your own, so you can stay longer. Also, wear layers and bring some water and or snacks.

12 years and older need a current license from ndowlicensing.com

Critters & Crafts – Arachnids

Sunday, February 18, 1230pm – 2pm
Clark County Wetlands Park 


Live animal encounters with a lesson and painting craft.
All materials provided. Advance registration required. Ages 3+. Fee: $10 per child.

Spring Festival

Sunday, February 18, 11am – 2pm 
Desert Breeze Community Center

Free Event. Celebrate the Lunar New Year with a lion dance, performances, arts & crafts, food truck vendors, community resources, and games. 

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Lion’s Blessing and Lantern Show

Sunday, February 18, 12pm – 2pm
Fashion Show, The Great Hall 

Celebrate the Year of the Dragon with a dazzling spectacle of music, tradition and joy. Watch lions dance, see a dazzling lantern display and meet the God of Good Fortune.

Things to do in Las Vegas February 19 - 25

Archery Day Camp (School’s Out)

Monday, February 19, 9am – 12n
Whitney Mesa Archery Range, 1990 Patrick Lane

Cost: $10 for ages 6 years – 10 years

Our archery camp is designed to help kids gain knowledge and experience in the sport of archery. Every camper will get the experience to be the next Robin Hood. Participants will spend the day learning basic skills and having fun putting their new skills to practice. Archery equipment will be provided.

Location: Whitney Mesa Archery Range1990 Patrick Ln.

President’s Day at the Ranch (School is Out)

Monday, February 19, 2024

School is out, so spend the day at The Ranch Las Vegas with Horses4Heroes. . Camp is for ages 4 to 14; teens 14 to 17 can apply to volunteer as a Camp Counselor.
Horses4Heroes’ The Ranch Las Vegas is conveniently located in the northwest, off Lone Mountain near Buffallo.
Register here for President’s Day Camp: https://bit.ly/3K56DxL

Anasai the Spider: Crawling to a library near you

Wednesday, February 21, 530pm – 630pm
City Hall Library, 2250 Las Vegas Blvd North

Free and open to the public; ages 5-12
Learn about Anansi, the spider god of Ghana, who is said to be the original Spider Man. Join us for stories and a craft inspired by this legendary character. All materials will be provided! For more information, contact the City Hall Library at 702-633-1070 or email us at nlvrefdesk@cityofnorthlasvegas.com.

Wetlands Explorers 

Wednesday, February 21, 10am – 1130am
Clark County Wetlands Park 


Wetlands Explorers is a program for ages 3-8, with age-appropriate activities for all participants. Young adventurers explore the Park and learn about plants and animals through fun activities. Wednesday activities are all outdoors, while weekend activities may include indoor activities and always feature outdoor exploration. Parental participation is required.
The fee is $5 per child, then can be discounted to $4 per child after three enrolled sessions per season.

U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships

Wednesday – Saturday, February 21 – 24, 2024
Orleans Arena
The best synchronized skating teams from across the nation head to the 2024 U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships, taking place Feb. 21-24, 2024. Eighty-eight teams will compete in nine divisions with the event serving as the final U.S. qualifier for the junior and senior World Championships.
Visit http://www.ussynchrochampionships.com for a full detailed schedule. Children 5 and under do not require a ticket.

Barnyard Boogie 

Friday, February 23, 10am – 12pm
Horses4Heroes Equestrian Center 

Barnyard Boogie will be held during Family Farm Days. Admission is $15 and includes a 30-minute class with music and dancing, horse rides, activities with mini horses, a tour of our barnyard, and playtime in our fenced play area.

Ash Meadows Winter Wildlife Walk

Saturday, February 24, 10am – 12pm
Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge
8757 Spring Meadows Road, Armagosa Valley

Discovery Walk: Secret World of Beavers

Saturday, February 24, 9am – 11am
Clark County Wetlands Park 


Let’s follow the clues to find evidence of how the beavers survive in the desert! They may be an unexpected resident of the Wetlands Park, but beavers are an important animal in a wetland ecosystem. This guided walk is for all ages, and the enrollment fee of $5 can be paid at the Exhibit Hall or online

Southern Nevada Railway Open House 

The 75th anniversary of the Merci Train 

Saturday & Sunday, February 24 – 25, 9am – 4pm
Southern Nevada Railway, Boulder City 

Nevada Southern Live Steamers

Live Steamers ride on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month. It is free to ride the steamers during business hours. 

Saturday, February 24, 10am – 330pm
Nevada Southern Railway 

Just to the South of the train platform are the FNSR “Live Steamers.” This is a 7.5″ gauge 1.5″ scale operating railroad. It’s called “live steamers” because they operate real steam engines – not models – at a scale of 1½” equals 1 foot on a standard gauge train.

They have over 2000 feet of track laid, with more coming. Free rides are provided on public “run” days, which are currently the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month (except January, July & August). Some days diesel replicas are substituted for the steam engines.


Black-Owned Business Fair 

Saturday, February 24, 12pm – 3pm 
Alexander Library, North Las Vegas

City of North Las Vegas Parks & Recreation will be hosting this event with a kids area, black-owned businesses & vendors, a library open house, community resources, live entertainment, and more. 

Pokemon Play Day 

Saturday, February 24, 2pm – 5pm 
Rainbow Library 

Attention Pokémon Trainers! Come celebrate the 28th anniversary of Pokémon with us at Rainbow Library.
Enjoy activities around the library and catch, battle, and trade with other trainers on Pokémon Go, Pokémon Scarlet/Violet, and Pokémon the Trading Card Game. This event is free and open to the public. 

Mardi Gras Golf Cart Parade

Saturday, February 24, 4pm -7pm 
The Village at Lake Las Vegas

Parade begins at 5pm
Live DJ from 4pm – 7pm 
Family-Friendly Event!

Parent’s Night Out – Aquatic Springs

Saturday, February 24, 5pm – 8pm
Aquatic Springs 

Drop your child off at Aquatic Springs for a fun filled night including swimming, crafts, dinner, and a movie on Saturday February 24 from 5-8pm! All children must take a swim test prior to the event. If they are unable to pass the swim test they will be provided with a lifejacket and a chaperon during the event.

Bows & Bowties: An Evening in Paris 

Saturday, February 24, 6pm
Mirabelli Community Center


“Bows and Bowties: An Evening in Paris” is a charming event designed for children and their special adults to enjoy an enchanting evening together. Guests are invited to dress in their finest attire for a charming evening of dinner and dancing. It’s a magical opportunity for cherished moments and unforgettable memories between children and their beloved adults in a whimsical Parisian setting.
For more information, please call 702.229.6359 

Wetlands Explorers: Sensssational Snakes 

Sunday, February 25 – 10am – 1130am
Clark County Wetlands Park 

Wetlands Explorers Information: Ages 3-8. Parental participation is required. Fee: $5 per child. Program fee is discounted to $4 per child after three sessions per season. Register here.

Scale the Strat

Sunday, February 25, 2024

Register before February 20 and save $30! $35 entry fee. 
Entry fee is $65 after February 20, 2024.

Guided Bird Walk – Lake Mead NRA

Sunday, February 25, 730am – 9am 
Nevada Department of Wildlife

A guided bird walk along the Shoreline Trail within Lake Mead National Recreation Area! Get to know the basics of birdwatching and see what species are returning for the season. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced birder, this program is perfect for anyone who wants to meet fellow bird lovers, learn about different bird behaviors, and enjoy the beauty of nature. The Shoreline Trailhead is located within Lake Mead NRA (entrance fee/pass required to enter park).

Please contact Lauren MacLeod with questions at lauren.macleod@ndow.org 

Things to do in Las Vegas February 26 - 29

DRUMline Live 

Tuesday, February 27, 730pm 
The Smith Center

DRUMLine Live, the show-stopping attraction created by the musical team behind the hit movies “Drumline” and “Drumline: A New Beat,” embodies the soulful, high-stepping style of the Historically Black College and University (HBCU) marching band experience. With its riveting rhythms, bold beats, and ear-grabbing energy, DRUMLine Live is a high-octane musical roller coaster ride that is guaranteed to touch every emotion in your body. Incorporating original compositions and soul-infused interpretations of top 40 hits, group performances range from colorful, choreographed routines to heavy doses of drum riffs and cadences.
DRUMLine Live is back with a BRAND NEW show for the entire family and they promise you will be on your feet by halftime!
Student tickets are available starting at just $22.50.

Hauler Parade

Thursday, February 29, 6pm 
From the Luxor to the Sahara

This is a super fun event. Watch the NASCAR haulers come rolling into town, down the Las Vegas Strip as they head to the Las Vegas Motorspeedway.