Tag: lecture

Hawaiian Flag Day History

The first Hawaiian Flag was commissioned by King Kamehameha the Great in 1816. The Flag has undergone many transformations over the past 200 years with the current design authorized to

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Living With Wilderness

Learn about the wildlife found near the Las Vegas Valley, why it comes into your neighborhood, and what to do in order to prevent human-wildlife conflict. This 60 minute monthly

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Amor Towles

This is a reading and signing with author Amor Towles, moderated by Laura McBride. Amor Towles is the bestselling author of the novels Rules of Civility, A Gentleman in Moscow,

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A Liquor Legacy

The grandson of a notorious Colorado bootlegger reveals his family’s story from the rise of Prohibition to the bloody end of its underworld empire. Sam Carlino tells the gripping tale

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Las Vegas on Film 1980-2005

Las Vegas Stories is a lecture series that examines the history, people, places, and things that make Vegas home. From the early days of silent films through today, filmmakers of

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Poet Ada Limón to Visit

Join U.S. Poet Laureate and MacArthur Fellowship recipient Ada Limón for a lecture on her signature project, “You Are Here,” a project that encourages everyone, everywhere — poets and non-poets

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