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NevadaGram #202 - Rural RoundUp in Tonopah, Big Spike in Boulder City, Reno Night on the Town

Peter Barton and Gernor Brian Sandoval at dedication of the new NSRy bridge to Henderson
Rural RoundUp, the annual grand conclave of tourism workers from all around rural Nevada, was held this year in Tonopah. The speakers were insightful and entertaining, the workshops apt and informative, the meals ambitious and delicious and the schmoozing pleasant and productive . . . but what we most remember is the wind. The bitterly cold, furiously battering wind that blew without letup, disturbed our hair, chilled our bones and drove us indoors. We were greeted at the Opening Reception by Fred and Nancy Cline on the ground floor of the Belvada building. The Clines' arrival in Tonopah was like a heart transplant for the old city. They restored and reopened the Mizpah Hotel in 2011. They've since opened the Tonopah Brewery and rib house up the street and the Mizpah Club across the small parking lot on the north side of the Mizpah, and now they're rehabbing the Belvada.Read more




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Northern Nevada Arts & Artists for June

Hans Meyer-Kassel at the Nevada Museum of Art, Reno
Welcome June in northern Nevada. Carson City Check out 2018 Stewart Father's Day Powwow in Carson City on June 15th and 17th. If you have been to a Powwow then you know the excitement and pageantry that comes with a gathering of talented dancers and drummers. This is a free event with over 200 dancers, over 40 arts and crafts vendors, Indian Tacos, and community spirit. As with all Powwows this an alcohol and drug-free event. For More Information email the event organizer or call 775-687-8333. Reno The Hans Meyer-Kassel exhibit at the Nevada Museum of Art is a must-see for anyone interested in Nevada Art, or Nevada History for that matter. Backstory: This acclaimed painter immigrated to the United States at the end of World War I to escape the postwar turmoil of his native Germany .Read more



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Northern Nevada Arts & Artists for June

Hans Meyer-Kassel at the Nevada Museum of Art, Reno

Welcome June in northern Nevada. Carson City Check out 2018 Stewart Father's Day Powwow in Carson City on June 15th and 17th. If you have been to a Powwow then you know the excitement and pageantry that comes with a gathering of talented dancers and drummers. This is a free event with over 200 dancers, over 40 arts and crafts vendors, Indian Tacos, and community spirit. As with all Powwows this an alcohol and drug-free event. For More Information email the event organizer or call 775-687-8333. Reno The Hans Meyer-Kassel exhibit at the Nevada Museum of Art is a must-see for anyone interested in Nevada Art, or Nevada History for that matter. Backstory: This acclaimed painter immigrated to the United States at the end of World War I to escape the postwar turmoil of his native Germany .

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Jampacked June for Bicycling in Nevada

by Curtis Fong, "The Guy From Tahoe" Holly Molly! Did you see how fast that Peloton was moving through Carson Valley? Amazing Race! Women's Stage 2 The 13th Annual Tour of California, Men's Stage 6 and Women's Stage 2, provided excitement and drama as both races came through the Carson Valley and climbed up and over Kingsbury Grade before descending to South Lake Tahoe to finish at Heavenly Mountain Resort's California Base. With the threat of rain and thunder storms, hundreds of race fans lined the start area of the Amgen Tour of California Women's Stage 2 race at Heavenly's California Base Lodge. Fifteen International Women's Pro Teams, including 7 teams from USA, competed on May 18 and headed out on the 67.1 mile road course at 11 am.


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