Reno class to build better budding beekeepers

November 26, 2018 by  

Whether it’s for fresh honey or just to do a good turn for the environment, many are discovering the joys of beekeeping. A Reno area initiative will offer people who are interested in adding a [Read more]

Continuing education opportunity offered to Reno horticultural professionals

October 23, 2018 by  

Those who work with pesticides to control noxious weeds in rights of way and other areas, and who live in Reno or the communities that surround it, may wish to make sure they save space in their agenda for and continuing education [Read more]

Reno to host unconventional prom

September 27, 2018 by  

A zombie hoard has been spotted making its way to Reno, but there is no cause for concern as it is all in good fun.

This year’s Zombie Prom will [Read more]

Water Lantern Festival to light the area

August 29, 2018 by  

This autumn, the Reno area will be greeting the season with an event that combines music, food and a chance to experience the sight of hundreds of gently glowing lanterns floating on the water at Sparks Marina. [Read more]

Unique food truck event strikes in Reno

July 31, 2018 by  

An event currently taking place in the Reno, Nevada is Feed the Camel at the McKinley Arts & Culture Center’s ‘Hump Day’. Located on Riverside Drive next to the Truckee River, the event is not actually about feeding camels, but [Read more]

Reno ride to help culinary students make their dreams come true

June 23, 2018 by  

Reno motorcycle owners have been invited to hit the road in support of a cause that will help local culinary students reach their future career goals.

The participants in the [Read more]

Reno to mark ‘hump day’ with foodie-friendly fun

May 24, 2018 by  

Wednesday, which is commonly known as ‘hump day’, may soon become a day to look forward to thanks to a special Reno event.

Local food trucks will be [Read more]

Reno area market readying to return for another year

April 23, 2018 by  

An annual event located near Reno is set to return for another season, and it will offer an assortment of activities that celebrate local agriculture and artisans.

The 39 North Marketplace, which takes place in [Read more]

Reno classes set to focus on home-based horticulture

March 23, 2018 by  

Reno green thumbs and gardening newbies alike who would like to add to their horticultural skillset will soon have a chance to do so by taking part in [Read more]

Reno beginner podcast workshop planned

February 24, 2018 by  

As podcasts become more popular, an increasing number of people are becoming interested in learning how to start one of their own, and a [Read more]

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