If you have any psychic ability the following should come
as no surprise. Marlene Lombardi “known as the “Psychic to the Stars”
will be appearing in Club Madrid at Sunset Station on Thursday, April 6
at 7:30 PM. If you would like to see if Marlene’s “supernatural gifts
can help with your personal blueprint”, tickets for an evening with
Lombardi is $19.95 and can be purchased at all Station Casinos.
That fun filled interactive dinner and comedy concept, Tony n’ Tina’s
Wedding is celebrating it’s 1,500th performance at the Rio All Suite
Hotel and Casino. After four years, they must be doing something right!
For those who don’t know, the show gives audiences a chance to attend a
laugh filled Italian American wedding in which, as guests, they are
treated as part of the family and partake in a ceremony, reception and
lots of improvisation. Performances are nightly at 7PM. Tickets are
$78.95 for general seating. For more information or to purchase tickets
call the Rio Box Office at 777-7776.
The Silverton Casino has announced the debut of the new dining buffet
called Seasons on Thursday, April 6, that promises an additional feast
for all the senses. Besides exotic cuisine for breakfast, lunch, dinner
and brunch, guests in each room will be offered unique fire and water
features, music and Plasma screen TVs screens. Prices are $7.99 for
breakfast, $8.99 for lunch, $13.99 for dinner, $16.99 for specialty
dinner and $13.99 for specialty brunch.
Speaking of food, some of the best chefs in the valley will be making an
appearance at Bloomingdale’s Home Store inside the Fashion Show Mall
(3200 L.V. Blvd. South) where shoppers are invited to watch the
scheduled cooking demonstrations. The times set for each demonstration
is 1PM-3PM on the following dates with extraordinary chefs from various
venues: April 1- AJ’s Steak House, April 8- McCormick and Schmick, April
15- Pink Taco, and May 6- Hash House a Go Go.
The State of Nevada, Division of State Parks is hosting a new musical to
be performed at the Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort located at 500 E.
Washington Avenue, corner of Las Vegas Blvd. Suitable for the entire
family, it is called Lost In Time and will feature the Nickel City
Players from April 7th through April 29th. The fort opens at 6PM, with
the show beginning at 7:30PM. Admission price is $3 for adults age 13
and up, $2 for children 6-12 years, and for those under 5 it’s free. For
information call 486-35ll or visit www.parks.nv.gov.
The Southern Nevada Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society will be
presenting the fourth annual The Leukemia Cup Regatta – on April 8 and 9
at Lake Mead. The weekend event, hosted by the Nevada Yacht Club,
consists of a boat race competition, a live and silent auction, dinner,
entertainment and awards ceremony, all for the purpose of raising funds
which go to finding the cure for all forms of blood cancer and to
improve the lives of patients and their families.
For information on registering for the Regatta or to purchase event
tickets call 436-4220.
Advance tickets for the 8th annual CineVegas film festival; one of the
hottest and fastest growing film festivals in the world, will be
available for purchase on line beginning April 11. Dates for the 9 day
festival is June 9-17th with seven different categories of passes made
available ranging from $50 to $300. Individual movie tickets will be $10
at the Brenden Theatre Box Office when it opens on May 22. To purchase
passes on line visit www.cinevegas.com
Tickets are on sale now to see one of the pioneers of rock n roll, the
Original Comets when they perform A Salute to Bill Haley, at the Grand
Ballroom inside the Rampart Casino on Saturday, April 15, at 8PM.
Tickets priced at $20 plus tax are on sale at the Rampart Casino Cage.
Last but not least, another prominent psychic, Gary Spivey, known as
“The Modern day Nostradamus”, for among others, his prediction of the
Justin Timberlake, Janet Jackson scandal, his mysterious ability to
communicate with those that have crossed over to the other side, and as
a medical/intuitive spiritual healer, will appear 7PM on April 22 at the
Railhead inside Boulder Station. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at
all Station Casinos.
Check this column next time for more of what’s “Happening” in and around