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2020 USBC OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS IN RENO EXTENDED BY A WEEK

ARLINGTON, Texas – As the United States Bowling Congress Open Championships prepares for its return to Reno, Nevada, in 2020, competitors have shown their passion for The Biggest Little City in the World by filling nearly 92 percent of the originally scheduled competition days. More than 9,400 teams already have registered for the event, and with nearly all… Keep Reading

Apply to Be Part of Food Truck Friday

Food Truck Friday, the biggest food truck event in Northern Nevada, will be back on May 15th for the ninth year. And it's grown over the years. “Starting from where we were, begging food trucks to come down on a Friday night and begging people to come down and support it, we're up to about… Keep Reading

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Registration open for 2020 KIDS University program

RENO, Nev. (News 4 & Fox 11) — It's going to be a week of fun and learning during the KIDS University Spring program. The camp will offer week-long sessions from March 16 through the 20. The camp is for students in grades 2nd through 8th grade. All the fun will be happening at the University… Keep Reading

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7 events to check out this week in Reno

From game nights to big game, there’s a little something for everyone happening in Reno this week. Here are a few of the events to check out. 1. Visit the Space Whale: If you’ve yet to check out this local art installation, you might want to plan a visit before it’s gone; the Space Whale’s future… Keep Reading

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Dementia friendly dance class improving lives

RENO, Nev. (KOLO) – From the cha cha to the waltz, dance is a part of human nature. At Ballroom of Reno, they are proving just how beneficial it can be. “We joke everyone’s born with rhythm,” said Desiree Reid, a ballroom instructor. “As long as you’re born with a heart beat and have two feet,… Keep Reading

Teaching the importance of MLK and Inclusion

While Monday, Jan. 20 was a day off for many University of Nevada, Reno students, for about 50 of them, it was “a day on.” Students spent the day teaching children ages 5 to 17 about the significant impact Martin Luther King Jr. made on society. Through stories, activities and reflection, University students aimed to… Keep Reading

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7 events to check out this week in Reno

There is plenty to do in the greater Reno area this week. Here is a roundup of some events to check out. 1. The Play That Goes Wrong: What would happen if Sherlock Holmes and Monty Python had an illegitimate Broadway baby? Details: https://thisisreno.com/calendar/the-play-that-goes-wrong/ Continue Reading on thisisreno.com Keep Reading

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