Summer has arrived and the Eldorado in downtown Reno will celebrate it with BBQ, Brews and Blues. And that's just the beginning.
Splash Dogs will be competing and making waves at the Tamarack Junction casino in South Reno. You can also learn all about Ham radio operators at Sky Tavern on Saturday, and Girl Scouts of all ages will be celebrating 100 years of scouting at Rancho San Rafael Park.
There's a little something for everyone this weekend. Enjoy!
Splash Dogs Summer Solstice at Tamarack Casino:
Splash Dogs are making waves at the Tamarack Junction. They'll be jumping and splashing and competing for the title.
Escape the daily grind through June 24th in one of the world's top outdoor playgrounds. Come challenge yourself during the day in one of the many competitive events including trail running, mountain biking, triathlon, stand up paddle boarding, and swimming.
Come taste the delights from Reno's food truck scene, Friday nights through September. Scheduled all weeks except the first Friday of the month, Reno Street Food will feature a wide variety of food truck options, live entertainment, beer and wine, plus entertainment for the kids.
The June 22 event will be held at Idlewild Park in Reno; all other events are held at the Citicenter on 4th Street.
Four-hour beer drinking tradition in downtown Reno. Six-ounce tastes of 15+ specialty beers at 15 diverse downtown taverns for $1. Purchase a glass, map and raffle ticket at The Waterfall (134 W. 2nd St.).
The Power of Radio
Musician Fair and FanFest to benefit the Northern Nevada Food Bank
Come have fun with Indie Reno at their annual artisan market! Free parking and free admission. Take part in the raffle which benefits the The Holland Project. Indie Reno consists of local artists/crafters in Northern Nevada. Indie Reno encourages you to buy local & handmade! Shopping hours are 10am through 5pm.
The South Reno Farmer's Market will open for its third year. The market will be held Sundays through Sept. 16. Enjoy Local farmers and food vendors, artisans and crafters, and local non-profits. The free market is open to the public.
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