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Mothers Day In Vegas

mothers-day-1360209_960_720We are just three days away from Mother’s Day. What will you do for your mom? How about a trip to Las Vegas?  This weekend will be full of great events.

So, what is going on this weekend? Glad you asked. Not only will mom enjoy the weekend offerings, we are confident you will too. Here are just a few great ones to choose from.

First, there is a big event that will take place in the Art District downtown. It is the monthly “First Friday Art Celebration.”  This Friday, May 6th, there will be over 100 artists on hand. There will be all types of art on display and for sale including sculptures, mixed media, ceramics, jewelry, photos, and more. If it is art, you will likely find it there. The best news is that it is a free event. The Celebration begins at 6PM and closes down at 11PM.

If you like the art option, then also check out the new art exhibit at the Bellagio. The exhibit is somewhat unusual in that it is a photograph exhibit and is called Yousuf Karsh: Icons of The 20th Century. For more info visit Bellagio’s website here.

Another super option, is the bi-annual, The 37th San Gennaro Feast. Do you love Italian food? If so, you will want this to be on your “to do” list.

According to, “This family-friendly Italian food and music festival is held bi-annually in honor of Saint Gennaro, the Patron Saint of Naples, Italy and offers a range of activities and attractions including ethnic food vendors, live entertainment on the main stage, arts and crafts, home exhibits, pony rides and a petting zoo, face painters and amusement rides and games.”

This festival runs from May 4-8.  To learn more and get prices look here.

If you want to seek out more information on these events and more go here.






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