February Guide

things to do in las vegas in february

Things to do in Las Vegas

February 2023

Important February Dates to Remember: 

Monday, February 20, 2023
School is out for President’s Day

Tuesday, February 28, 2023
Deadline for lottery submission to many local charter schools. Learn more about charter school in our Charter School Guide.

View our community calendar filled with things to do in Las Vegas

Find Kids Eat Free Deals for February

Sign up for Youth Sports with the City of Las Vegas

See all available options HERE

February Deadlines: 

Youth Pickleball registration ENDS on February 11

Youth Soccer registration ENDS on February 18

Youth Indoor Hockey registration OPENS February 28

Lights of Love at Ethel M

February 3 – February 14
Nightly from 5pm – 10pm

Lights of Love is back from February 3rd – February 14th, 5pm – 10pm nightly. $1 entrance fee/person required with all proceeds donated to local charities.

Surprise your Valentine with a stroll through our Lights of Love 3-acre Cactus Garden aglow with half a million twinkling, romantic lights and new lighted heart Instagrammable moment.

The Garden is located at 2 Cactus Garden Drive, Henderson, NV 89014.

Paw Patrol Live 

Paw Patrol Live! is back in Las Vegas this February. Join the pups on a great pirate adventure!

Shows February 9 – 11 at Orleans Arena!


Visit the Oscar Meyer Wiener Mobile

Ketchup with “Corn Dog” Clara and find out about life on the road in a wiener mobile.

Thursday 2/9/23 
Smiths, 10am-2pm

7130 N Durango Dr, 89149

Friday 2/10/23
Smiths,  10am-2pm

8525 W Warm Springs Rd, 89113

Saturday 2/11/23
Cars and Coffee Las Vegas

6405 Ensworth St, 89119

Sunday 2/12/23
Smiths, 10am-2pm

2385 E Windmill Ln, 89074

Snap the perfect photo, tour the vehicle, and maybe get your very own wiener whistle, which are collectors items that Oscar Meyer has been passing out since 1952!

Definitely memories you will relish!

The Sweetest Dive-In Movie Night
Saturday, February 11, 530pm -730pm
Pavilion Center Pool, 101 S Pavilion Drive

Bring your sweethearts for a night of family fun at the movies. Relax in a lounge chair or float in the pool while watching a movie on the big screen. Movie TBD. Call (702) 229-1488

Download these adorable pencil Valentine’s Day card from Big Life Journal!

“Spy” Exhibit Opens at Atomic Museum 

Opens Tuesday, February 14

Atomic Museum’s brand-new exhibit titled “SPY” in partnership with the National Security Agency’s (NSA) National Cryptologic Museum in Fort Meade, Maryland. Set against the backdrop of the Cold War mystery and intrigue seen in Hollywood films, this boutique exhibit will examine covert intelligence gathering from that era.

“SPY” will spotlight how the NSA’s gathering of telemetry intelligence, which is used to obtain data on the internal functioning of missiles and space vehicles being tested by foreign governments, allowed the United States to keep pace with ever-changing technology. Several artifacts relate to ensuring compliance with START I, which was the bilateral treaty signed in 1991 between the United States and the Soviet Union regarding the reduction and limitation of strategic offensive arms.

Atomic Museum
755 East Flamingo Rd.
Las Vegas, NV 89110

Open 9am – 5pm daily.

The Mob Museum’s 11th Anniversary


On Tuesday, February 14, Nevada residents will receive free Museum admission with an I.D. and non-residents will enjoy buy one, get one admission.  Special displays will feature newly acquired artifacts including the singular firearm recovered from the crime scene of the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, as well as four special artifacts related to Chicago mobster Al Capone. In addition, the two Thompson submachine guns used in the Massacre will be displayed in the Courtroom as part of the anniversary event. 

For the first time since the Massacre 94 years ago, all known evidence from the gangland shooting will be together on view. From 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the historic courtroom, visitors can take advantage of this limited opportunity to get an up-close look at these unique artifacts.

things to do in las vegas february

STEAM Saturday at the Neon Museum 

February 18, 2023: Celebrating Architect Paul Revere Williams, FAIA

Using inspiration from his designs, sketch the front view of your dream home and create its floor plan. Williams designed almost every type of building you would find in a community. Choose your favorite and reconstruct or redesign it!


Admission is $5 per person. Free admission is available for receipients of SNAP/WIC benefits

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

14th Annual Black History Month Festival 

Saturday, February 18

General admission tickets are not available for Saturday, Feb. 18 due to the Black History Month Festival being held on that date. All guests, including members, visiting the Springs Preserve on Saturday, Feb. 18 must purchase or reserve an event ticket.

Commemorating 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 “Black Resistance.”

The 14th annual Black History Month Festival will feature fun for the whole family:

Admission to the 14th annual Black History Month Festival includes free entrance to the Springs Preserve’s museums and galleries, including the Nevada State Museum. Reservations are required.

things to do in las vegas february
Authors & Artists Fair
Saturday, February 18, 11am – 2pm
Join us for the 2023 Authors & Artists Fair at Clark County Library! Discover new releases and best-selling titles from dozens of Las Vegas area authors, watch artists create paintings and artwork, and listen to original compositions by local musicians. Chapter readings, a writers workshop and panel discussions will be scheduled throughout the day.
Free admission & open to the public. Co-sponsored by Mystic Publishers, Inc. For more information, please call 702-507-3458.

Jack Johnson with special guest Paula Fuga

The latest album from Jack Johnson, Meet The Moonlight opens on a question about the strange complexities of human nature, and never lets up on its heartfelt push for deeper understanding. Over the course of ten captivating and endlessly unpredictable tracks, the multi-platinum-selling singer/songwriter examines a whole spectrum of existential concerns (the impermanence of life and fragility of human connection, the struggle for community and presence in an ever-fragmenting world), infusing each inquiry with the profound warmth and poetic grace that have always permeated his music. His eighth studio album and first new full-length in five years, Meet The Moonlight ultimately affirms Johnson as an essential voice in elevating our perspective and subtly guiding us toward a more expansive state of mind.

Friday, February 24, 2023
Saturday, February 25, 2023
Wynn Las Vegas

Free Public Skate at Lifeguard Arena

Saturday, February 25, 1pm – 3pm 

Note: Registration is required

Beat the heat, and get on the ice! The City of Henderson and Lifeguard Arena are teaming up to offer free public skate to our community on select dates this year. Skaters of all ages and experience levels are welcome!
Registration is required in order to participate. Skate rentals are FREE on the following dates, and you MUST be registered to attend the Free Public Skate events.

Rad Tad’s Froguary Pool Party

Saturday, February 25, 3pm – 5pm 

Note: Registration is required

Come join Rad Tad for his fun, froggy pool party! We’ll have open swim, games, crafts, prizes, and the Mighty Medley! Even Rad Tad himself will be there to hang out while we have fun and spread the word about water safety. Join us for a hoppy good time! This Move with the Mayor-sponsored event encourages the community to be more physically active.
All ages. $5 per person. Register using activity code 136020.
If this is your first time registering online, please request a household account at https://bit.ly/3qhSmVb.
Bows and Bowties
A Starry Night with Your Special Little One(s)
Saturday, February 25, 6pm 
Note: Registration is required.
Parents, join us Saturday, Feb. 25 at 6 p.m. for our annual Bows and Bowties special event at Mirabelli Community Center, 6200 Hargrove Ave.
Enjoy quality time with your special little one(s) ages 3-12. Dress to impress for an evening of dancing, entertainment, and fun.
Registration is $15 per person.
For more information please call, 702-229-6359.

Discovery Children’s Museum 

Three entire floors packed with heart-pumping, brain-boosting, curiosity-quenching fun, adventure, and DISCOVERY.

See the calendar of event HERE

Located at 360 Promenade Place
Las Vegas, NV 89106

Tuesdays–Saturdays: 10am–5pm
Sundays: 12pm–5pm

*Open on Mondays only for holidays.

Local Admission: $13.50
Admission for all patrons with a valid Nevada ID.

Museums For All Admission $3.00
Admission for patrons with a valid EBT, SNAP or WIC card. Cards must be presented at entry for verification. ONLY valid for 4 tickets per adult cardholder.

Las Vegas Natural History Museum
February Event Calendar

Located at 900 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas, NV 89101

Open daily from 9am – 4pm
Admission is $6 for kids and $12 for adults, children under 2 are free

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Apparitions of the Ice Age
Open now at Springs Preserve

Decades of research and investigation have uncovered a compelling and detailed story about change, extinction, and survival at Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument in Las Vegas, Nevada. In the Apparitions of the Ice Age exhibit, these stories come to life through fossil specimens and paintings by renowned natural history illustrator Dr. Julius Csotonyi that represent four snapshots in time over the last 100,000 years. Discover the science and collaboration behind our understanding of Ice Age Las Vegas and our changing environment.

Springs Preserve

Admission: $9.95 adults, $4.95 children (ages 3-17), free for children ages 2 and under

Open Thursday – Monday, 9am – 4pm. Last admission is at 3pm. 

Springs Preserve Toddler Time is every Monday, Thursday, and Friday, 11am – 12pm

Location: 333 S. Valley View Blvd.


Summer Camp Expo at The Meadows School

Saturday, March 4, 11am – 3pm 

Find all the best summer camps in Las Vegas and Henderson on our SUMMER CAMP GUIDE!