Happy Saturday, Carson City! We're going to have a warm day in the low 70s, so be sure to throw on your t-shirts which may be the last time this fall (barring the typical end of November inexplicable heat wave).

On the docket today we have the 30th annual Outhouse Races in Virginia City, a guitars and ukulele performance at the BAC, fundraisers, and more. Check out below to see what we've got going on for the rest of the weekend:

— Check out the stars with a Carson City Library premiere card (all day). A premiere card from the Carson City Library is all families need to check out a lunar telescope for two weeks of space-gazing. The premiere card is free and works like a regular library card, with extra access to special items such as the NASA Explorer Backpacks now being offered by the Carson City Library. To get the card, just visit the library at 900 N. Roop St. and fill out an application. You must be 14 years of age or older to qualify. Bring valid photo identification, have a standard library card in good standing for 90 days and, for 14- to 17-year-olds, a parent or guardian’s signature.

— Carson City Kiwanis is serving breakfast to raise money for scholarships. 8 to 10 a.m. at the Carson City Applebee’s. Carson City Kiwanis is serving short stacks for a tall cause at the Carson City Applebee’s on Oct. 5, 2019 from 8 to 10 a.m. The entire proceeds of this event will support the Ralph Denny Memorial Scholarship that awards a one-time $750 scholarship to a local high school graduate each school year.

— Guitars and Ukuleles at the Brewery Arts Center. 9 to 10 a.m. at 449 W. King Street. Laurence Juber’s career jumped into hyper-speed when Paul McCartney asked him to join Wings as lead guitarist. Since then he has become one of the world’s great acoustic guitarists. Daniel Ho is a six time Grammy® award winning multi-instrumentalist with a world-wide following. Together, they will present a new musical project called Guitars & Ukuleles, an incredible day of hands-on learning, culminating in a live performance for guitar and ukulele enthusiasts.

— Main Street Gardnerville's Fall Fest. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Heritage Park. Join us for a day of Harvest and family fun! It is nonstop fun for the entire family. Shop at our vendors and participate in the harvest events.

— American Dream Gun Show. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Mills Park, 1111 E. William Street. This gun show is hosted by American Dream Gun Show. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed. First 100 get a Free Gift & free ticket for a gun giveaway! For more information contact Tina Glesener at 775-835-9677 or americandreamgunshow@gmail.com.

— 'Fall Tot Trot' teaches children to love the outdoors with Carson River scavenger hunt. 10 a.m. at Riverview Park. Carson City Parks, Recreation and Open Space will host a “Fall Tot Trot” Sunday, October 5 beginning at 10 a.m. at Riverview Park. This interpretive hike includes a scavenger hunt to learn about the Carson River habitat, and will help foster a love of exploring the outdoors!

— Voices of the Past in Virginia City. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Silver Terrace Cemetery, 381 Cemetery Rd. Come see the history of the Comstock come alive! The event is a ghostly walking tour performed by Funtime Theater and raises funds for the cemetery’s restoration.

— Train to Virginia City from Carson City. Event takes place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 4650 Eastgate Siding Road. Prices for the ride range from $25-$55. Rediscover Nevada’s rich history in mining and mill on the V&T Carson City-Virginia City route as you meander through tunnels, canyons and mining towns aboard a restored 1914 Pullman coach led by a 1916 Baldwin 2-8-0 steam locomotive. This relaxing all-day train excursion is fully narrated with historical facts and anecdotes. Departing from Carson City’s Eastgate Depot, the 24-mile round-trip tour includes a fun 3.5-hour stopover in historic Virginia City, where you can stroll the boardwalks and explore restaurants, shops, saloons, museums, mines and more. Please arrive at the depot 1/2 hour prior to departure. Tickets are available online or by calling 877-724-5007 or 775-291-0208.

— Mommy and Me networking event at Our Park in Dayton. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at at 370 River Street, just off of Highway 50 as you’re entering Dayton. There will be a Mommy and Me Networking event Oct. 5 at Our Park in Dayton. We are there to let the kiddos run around before the predicted wet winter takes hold. The event will run all day. Local direct sales reps are invited to bring their businesses and kids to have a great day at the park. Locals who are interested in browsing are strongly encouraged to come and visit.

— Guided tours of the Nevada State Capitol. Two separate tours will take place at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. every Saturday in Carson City. Tours typically take an hour and include both the exterior of the building, nearby memorials as well as the interior of the building. Tours are available for up to 20 people on a first-come, first-served basis. The building includes numerous historic artifacts that range from portraits of past Nevada governors to sculptures to historical items showcased during Nevada’s Sesquicentennial celebration. The Capitol remains open to the public Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Guided tours of up to 20 people can be arranged in advance by calling the Nevada State Museum’s Education Program at 775-687-4810, ext. 237.

— Austin Bantam Society to celebrate 51st annual meeting with Carson City car show. 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Nevada State Legislative Grounds. The Austin Bantam Society will hold its 51st annual meeting in Carson City, Oct. 4-5. A car show will take place at the Nevada State Legislative Grounds on Saturday, Oct. 5 from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cars in the club include: American Austins 1930-35, American Bantams 1938-1940, British Austin 7s 1923-1938, and BRC 1940-41, which were the first Jeeps. These very rare small cars are part of our forgotten automobile history. Please join us on Saturday, Oct. 5 for a rare opportunity to see the cars and you will fall in love with them.

— Coin Press demonstrations at the Nevada State Museum. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 600 N. Carson Street. Visitors to the Nevada State Museum can watch the museum’s historic Coin Press No. 1 carry on a mission it started nearly 150 years ago in the very same building. The venerable press which churned out millions of dollars in silver and gold coins during stints at U.S. Mints in Carson City, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Denver between 1870 and 1964. The press demonstrations will take place the last Friday of the month with two-person teams of volunteers not only working the press but sharing its history with museum visitors.

— La Nova Beauty Salon in Carson City hosts grand opening. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 101 Hot Springs Rd. Looking for an all-organic salon, free of harsh chemicals for your hair and skin care needs? La Nova Beauty welcomes you to its grand opening celebration in Carson City this Saturday, Oct. 5. You can enjoy refreshments while you browse the shop. There will be demonstrations performed by the beauty specialists using only the OWAY line products. The grand opening is from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

— Oktoberfest at the Casino Fandango. 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 3800 S. Carson Street. Casino Fandango presents the 5th annual Oktoberfest! Get twisted up in a good pretzel and party your strudel off with live entertainment, guest vendors, craft fair, German food, and a Bavarian beer garden.

— 30th annual World Championship Outhouse Races. 12 to 3 p.m. at C Street in Virginia City. This is one time and place where potty humor is accepted and encouraged – the 30th annual World Championship Outhouse Races. This free event dates back when outdoor plumbing was outlawed in Virginia City, angry residents took to the streets with their outhouses in protest, and a tradition was born.

— Wine Walk returns to downtown Carson City. 1 to 5 p.m. at 101 N. Carson Street. The Downtown Wine Walk is a must not miss! Held the First Saturday of every month from 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. For just $15 and you’ll receive a commemorative wine glass and endless reasons to stroll through Downtown sipping and tasting the afternoon away. Bring your wine walk glass with the Carson City Logo on it and pay only $12. You can purchase tickets at the following locations: The Carson Nugget, Cactus Jack’s, Carson Jewelry and Loan, Bella Fiore, and Touched by Angels.

— Saturday Beginning Wheel Throwing at Ogres-Holm Pottery. 1 to 4 p.m. at 1215 S. Carson St. in Carson City. The Ogres of Ogres-Holm introduce you to clay in this 6-week open start class, including open studio time, is designed to get you started. It’s a great way to relax on a Saturday afternoon. $175 for 6 weekly sessions or $45 drop ins.

— American Cancer Society hosts Relay for Life at Carson City's Mills Park. 1 to 9 p.m. How has cancer affected you and is there anything you can do? Join your family, friends, neighbors and people from your community as we walk Relay for Life of Carson City/Douglas County this Saturday Oct. 5 from 1 to 9 p.m. at Mills Park. Help us celebrate our survivors, those who are fighting and those would have survived cancer. And join us in remembering those we have lost to cancer. Join us in the fight against this terrible disease. Mills Park is located at 1111 East William Street in Carson City. As always, the community is invited to this free event.

— Hauntober returns to Virginia City. Throughout the month of October, Virginia City will be hosting several events to shine light on its spooky past. Virginia City boasts its notoriety of being one of the three most haunted towns in the United States, along with Savannah and Charleston. Otherworldly “haunts” exist during Halloween as Virginia City celebrates its ghostly history and offers a month of ghost experiences. Want to have your own paranormal experience? See the places and feel the chill with Bats in the Belfry Ghost Tours, or jump on board the V & T Railroad Halloween train for a spooky trip.

— Lego Club at the Carson City Library. 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at 900 N. Roop Street. Build self-led creations through hands-on learning with LEGO Education materials. Participants 9 and under must be accompanied by a caregiver of at least 13 years of age at all times.

— Steppin' Back in Time 1950s fundraiser featured at Virginia City's historic Fourth Ward Schools. 5 to 8 p.m. at 537 South C Street in Virginia City. Virginia City's Historic Fourth Ward School Museum’s 3rd Annual Steppin’ Back In Time fundraising event, highlighting The Fabulous 1950’s, will be Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019 from 5 to 8 p.m. Join us for an exciting evening of fun as we step back to the era of the Sock Hop. Come dressed in your favorite Poodle Skirt or Denim (optional), enjoy hors d'oeuvres and refreshments and celebrate life as it was on the Comstock.

— Live music at Glen Eagles Restaurant. 6:30 to 9 p.m. at 3700 N. Carson St. Enjoy live music that is sure to make you get up and dance every Wednesday through Saturday starting at 6:30 to 9:00ish.

— Carson Comedy Club at the Carson Nugget. 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at 507 N. Carson Street. Live Comedy every Friday and Saturday night at the Carson Nugget! Doors open at 7:15 p.m. Purchase tickets at the Winner's Club or online.

— One Way Street to perform at Living the Good Life Nightclub Bar and Bistro. 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. at 1480 N. Carson Street. One Way Street after will be back at Living the Good life and jammin’ the place with great music and live entertainment.

Sunday, October 6 — Check out the stars with a Carson City Library premiere card (all day). A premiere card from the Carson City Library is all families need to check out a lunar telescope for two weeks of space-gazing. The premiere card is free and works like a regular library card, with extra access to special items such as the NASA Explorer Backpacks now being offered by the Carson City Library. To get the card, just visit the library at 900 N. Roop St. and fill out an application. You must be 14 years of age or older to qualify. Bring valid photo identification, have a standard library card in good standing for 90 days and, for 14- to 17-year-olds, a parent or guardian’s signature.

— Muscle Powered Sunday bicycle Ride. 9 a.m. Meet at Fremont Elementary School, 1511 Firebox Rd, Carson City, NV 89701, in the south parking lot, next to the Linear Ditch Trail. Come join Muscle Powered for a free, guided group walk, hike, or ride around Carson City! Muscle Powered is a local non-profit organization that promotes walking, hiking, biking and trail building.

— American Dream Gun Show. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Mills Park, 1111 E. William Street. This gun show is hosted by American Dream Gun Show. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed. First 100 get a Free Gift & free ticket for a gun giveaway! For more information contact Tina Glesener at 775-835-9677 or americandreamgunshow@gmail.com.

— Nevada Raider Nation Carson City Chapter Game Watch. 10 a.m. at Jimmy G’s, 301 N. Carson Street. Nevada Raider Nation - Carson City Chapter will host a game watch of the Oakland Raiders vs Chicago Bears at 10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 6 at Jimmy G's, 301 N. Carson St., in Carson City. The game, televised live from London, will be shown on three TV screens. New members are welcome to watch with the veterans, and are welcome to join. Membership is $20 per person.

— Trails Association, Carson City Parks Recreation and Open Space to host Prison Hill clean-up. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Carson City Parks, Recreation and Open Space Department, with the Pine Nut Mountains Trails Association and the Nevada Off-Highway Vehicle Commission, is sponsoring a volunteer Clean-Up Day at the Prison Hill Recreation Area in the OHV Area. The public is invited to come out and help. We will meet in the Prison Hill OHV Staging Area.

— Voices of the Past in Virginia City. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Silver Terrace Cemetery, 381 Cemetery Rd. Come see the history of the Comstock come alive! The event is a ghostly walking tour performed by Funtime Theater and raises funds for the cemetery’s restoration.

— Train to Virginia City from Carson City. Event takes place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 4650 Eastgate Siding Road. Prices for the ride range from $25-$55. Rediscover Nevada’s rich history in mining and mill on the V&T Carson City-Virginia City route as you meander through tunnels, canyons and mining towns aboard a restored 1914 Pullman coach led by a 1916 Baldwin 2-8-0 steam locomotive. This relaxing all-day train excursion is fully narrated with historical facts and anecdotes. Departing from Carson City’s Eastgate Depot, the 24-mile round-trip tour includes a fun 3.5-hour stopover in historic Virginia City, where you can stroll the boardwalks and explore restaurants, shops, saloons, museums, mines and more. Please arrive at the depot 1/2 hour prior to departure. Tickets are available online or by calling 877-724-5007 or 775-291-0208.

— Oktoberfest at the Casino Fandango. 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 3800 S. Carson Street. Casino Fandango presents the 5th annual Oktoberfest! Get twisted up in a good pretzel and party your strudel off with live entertainment, guest vendors, craft fair, German food, and a Bavarian beer garden.

— 30th annual World Championship Outhouse Races. 12 to 3 p.m. at downtown Virginia City. This is one time and place where potty humor is accepted and encouraged – the 30th annual World Championship Outhouse Races. This free event dates back when outdoor plumbing was outlawed in Virginia City, angry residents took to the streets with their outhouses in protest, and a tradition was born.

— Hauntober returns to Virginia City. Throughout the month of October, Virginia City will be hosting several events to shine light on its spooky past. Virginia City boasts its notoriety of being one of the three most haunted towns in the United States, along with Savannah and Charleston. Otherworldly “haunts” exist during Halloween as Virginia City celebrates its ghostly history and offers a month of ghost experiences. Want to have your own paranormal experience? See the places and feel the chill with Bats in the Belfry Ghost Tours, or jump on board the V & T Railroad Halloween train for a spooky trip.

This decision by owners Chef Charlie and Karen Abowd, comes in the wake of a fire that occurred March 28, and the subsequent inability to negotiate a settlement with the insurance company that would cover reconstruction costs.

(Editor’s Note: Roman is the Carson High School Head Football Coach, Athletic Director, and teacher of weights, athletics, and boys physical education.) Hello from CHS in Carson City. I want to share this information with you so that you may be able to come and support our many students participating in Fall Sports. The list below has upcoming events for each sport in which our new Athletic Leadership Council is going to push out to their teams and friends to come support one another. In the spirit of unity, we want to reach out to both the staff and community to invite all of you to do the same.

Nothing compares to the Nevada Day Show at the NAA Art Gallery where we generally receive well over 100 entries. This show features work that reflects the spirit of Nevada and beyond.

Many of our shows are specific to our members, however, this one is open to artists from the community at large. If you are interested in showing your artwork and/or photography at this judged show please plan to bring your work to the gallery on Saturday, October 19th, anytime from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Forty years ago, Carson City’s art and culture community experienced a massive boost when the Nevada Artists Association Art Gallery opened its doors.

The funding and building of this volunteer run gallery was spearheaded by local Nevada artists and donated to Carson City as part of the Brewery Arts Center Campus in 1979. Today NAA enjoys a membership of over 150 member artists, many of whom volunteer to host at and run Nevada Artists Association Art Gallery that has continually contributed to the arts and culture of the Carson City community throughout the past 40 years.

Residents on Colorado Street woke up to a nasty surprise after over half a dozen vehicles and one boat was egged during the night.

Earlier this week the Carson City Sheriff’s Office issued a statement, which said they had identified several adult suspects and arrests would be forthcoming.

A 49-year-old Carson City woman and a 51-year-old Carson City man were arrested in the area of S. Carson Street and 6th Street for drug-related felony and misdemeanor crimes.

According to the report, Merie Mona Nowinski and David Lynn Hopper were arrested after Special Enforcement Team deputies were surveilling in the area of N. Carson Street.

The Friends of the Carson City Library, with the library board and staff, are offering a meet and greet with the new library director, Tod Colegrove, on Friday, October 11 from 4:30p.m. to 6 p.m.

No RSVP is required to meet the new director. Those interested should simply head over to the library digitorium located at 900 N. Roop St. for an opportunity to get to know Colegrove more over coffee and a treat.

Happy Saturday, Carson City! We're going to have a warm day in the low 70s, so be sure to throw on your t-shirts which may be the last time this fall (barring the typical end of November inexplicable heat wave).

On the docket today we have the 30th annual Outhouse Races in Virginia City, a guitars and ukulele performance at the BAC, fundraisers, and more. Check out below to see what we've got going on for the rest of the weekend:

Carson City’s Flavors of India will host a fundraiser benefitting the family of fallen Harris County deputy Sandeep Dhaliwal.

Last week, Deputy Dhaliwal was gunned down during a traffic stop in his native Houston, and has caused national mourning for the Sikh officer who made it his duty to protect his community while also bridging cultural gaps.

Years before she was known as the “Highway Queen,” a 7-year-old girl rode atop pavement rollers in South Carolina with a driver named Rooster. Taking lunch-menu orders was Nikki Lane’s first job, and she was good at it.

Carson Valley Community Theater will present the musical "Lullabies of Broadway" Oct. 11-13 in Minden. Don't miss this tribute to Broadway, brought to you by a talented group of local artists, and volunteers, who are looking forward to bringing this musical to you.

Featured speaker at Monday's Democratic luncheon will be Laura Leigh, President of Wild Horse Education, a 501(c)(3) registered public charity. She has been involved in anti-slaughter issues for more than two decades, carrying on the work pioneered by Velma Johnston (1912-1977), who came to be known as "Wild Horse Annie" for her fight to gain federal protection of wild horses and burros.

The upcoming Carson City Republican Women's Club meeting will have Nevada State Senator James Settelmeyer as the guest speaker.

The meeting will be held in the Casino Fandango ballroom on Tuesday, October 15, 2019. Social hour begins at 11:00 a.m. and the meeting/luncheon at 11:30 a.m.

A 45 minute history presentation on what was perhaps the largest single event ever held in the Eastern Sierra, the 1937 celebration titled, The Wedding of the Waters. The three day affair was created, organized and executed by Catholic priest Father John Crowley.

To help members of the Leisure Hour Club celebrate Halloween, Sandie La Nae will share her knowledge of Carson City’s spirits at the Club’s next meeting on Wednesday, October 16.

The new My Place Hotel located at 17 Hospitality Way in Carson City will host a Grand Opening on Thursday, October 10 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., with a ribbon cutting at 5:30 p.m.

Those in attendance will be able to tour the new hotel. There will also be prizes and giveaways, hors d’oeuvres, local food trucks, adult beverages, and there with be live KOZZ classic rock.

— A 34-year-old transient woman was arrested in the 800 block of North Roop Street on 13 charges including grand theft auto, hit and run, eluding, and assault with a deadly weapon.

Nicole Lee Katz was arrested after deputies were dispatched to the Carson City Aquatics Center for a report of a stolen vehicle.

Heading into the weekend, there’s a bevy of activities around the Carson City region over the next three days. Events include the 30th annual Outhouse Races in Virginia City, American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life event in Carson City, Fright Night at the Douglas County Fairgrounds, Oktoberfest at the Casino Fandango, the 26th annual 'Making a Difference' Golf Tournament and much more!

NEW WASHOE CITY — October events at Washoe Lake State Park include a Full Moon Hike and a guided hike through the sand dunes.

Carson City Fire Department, sheriff's deputies and the Nevada Highway Patrol was called early Thursday evening to a vehicle crash in the 4700 block of Highway 50 East near Empire Ranch Road.

Beginning Sunday, Oct. 6, exit numbers on Interstate 580 Carson City Freeway will change as part of a Nevada Department of Transportation project to resurface and enhance the roadway.

A suspect was taken into custody Thursday after allegedly stealing a purse and vehicle keys and then stealing an SUV near the Carson City Aquatic Facility.

For the first time ever, the Lahontan National Fish Hatchery will release 5,000 large Pilot Peak Lahontan cutthroat trout into their home waters at Lake Tahoe this Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

Over three days, the 12 to 14-inch sized trout will be placed in the water, and the public is invited to two of those historic, interpretive stocking events during the Fall Fish Festival at Taylor Creek.

The Capital City Community Band will present its annual Nevada Day concert at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 26 in the Capital Amphitheater in Carson City. The concert will feature a variety of music from Big Band sounds to Marches, Patriotic songs and Halloween favorites.

Looking for an all-organic salon, free of harsh chemicals for your hair and skin care needs? La Nova Beauty welcomes you to its grand opening celebration in Carson City this Saturday, Oct. 5.

Do you have a dog to dress up for Halloween this year? No? Well, you’re in luck! Because Hercules is currently at the Carson City Humane Society looking for a new home, and I think he’d really make a wonderful ghost, or maybe a bee!

A 37-year-old Carson City man was arrested Wednesday for misdemeanor suspicion of destruction of property and a violation of Department of Alternative Sentencing conditions.

As part of Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest’s hazardous fuels reduction efforts, both Carson and Bridgeport Ranger Districts’ fire crews will conduct pile burning beginning in October 2019 through May 2020, weather and fuel conditions permitting.

Presidential Candidate and Senator Elizabeth Warren visited Carson City Wednesday night as a part of her campaign circuit through the West.

CARSON CITY — GreenUP!, a 501c3 nonprofit organization that provides environmental education to businesses announced that Nevada Day commemorative cups are now on sale for $10 at the Nevada Day store located at 716 N. Carson Street.

Sunny skies ahead as we edge closer to the weekend with activities lined up for Thursday, Oct. 3, 2019 around Carson City including modern western square dancing lessons, an afternoon hike led by Muscle Powered along the Virginia and Truckee north trail, art showings, library activities and more. Enjoy the day.

Over the weekend, the Carson City Sheriff’s Office received numerous complaints throughout the community of residents discovering their vehicles had been damaged by eggs.

With October designated Breast Cancer Awareness Month, dozens joined Carson Tahoe Health for its 18th "Think Pink" breast cancer awareness event held Tuesday at Red's Old 395 Grill in Carson City, which hosts and sponsors the annual event.

The Carson City Republican Committee is pleased to have Mayor Bob Crowell at our Oct. 24 General Meeting to discuss what it has meant for him to be Mayor and how to get involved and participate in City Government.

Enjoy an evening of big-band music by the Mile High Jazz Band with vocalist Jakki Ford on Tuesday, October 8, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Living the Good Life Bistro, 1480 N. Carson Street in Carson City. Admission is free and donations are welcome. Dinner and late night menus are available.

Members of the Carson City Host Lions Club will gather at the WalMart near East College Parkway on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 12-13, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day to bring awareness to the public of the sight preservation programs the Lions support, and to raise funds as part of the annual White Cane Days.

Early childhood professionals will have the opportunity for professional development on Saturday, Oct. 12 at Western Nevada College in Carson City.

UPDATE: 1:23PM: From Truckee Meadows Fire Twitter Feed: TMFPD firefighters have suppressed a 1/4 acre brush fire on Drake Way in Washoe Valley. Minor damage to two out buildings. No reported injuries. Carson City Fire engines have been canceled. *** Carson City Fire Department and Truckee Meadows Fire responded Wednesday afternoon to a brush fire in the area of Pintail Way and Drake Way in Washoe Valley.

International Walk to School Day is being celebrated Wednesday around Carson City. The day is celebrated globally and involves communities from more than 40 countries walking and biking to school on the same day. It began in 1997 as a one-day event. Over time, it has become part of a movement for year-round safe routes to school and a celebration each October.

CARSON CITY, NV—Get ready for more beer, brats and oompah bands! The Casino Fandango 6th annual Oktoberfest is Saturday October 5th and Sunday October 6th. This annual event will be from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and admission is free.

A premiere card from the Carson City Library is all families need to check out a lunar telescope for two weeks of space-gazing. The premiere card is free and works like a regular library card, with extra access to special items such as the NASA Explorer Backpacks now being offered by the Carson City Library.

Come join Muscle Powered for a free, guided group walk, hike, or ride around Carson City! Muscle Powered is a local non-profit organization that promotes walking, hiking, biking and trail building. A schedule of all upcoming activities and events can be found at www.musclepowered.org/calendar.

Enjoy artwork from our member artists. Membership has risen to nearly 150 local artists during our 40th year operating as a gallery. The Autumn Membership show runs from Sept. 8 to Oct. 18 at Nevada Artists Association Art Gallery at 449 W. King Street in Carson City.

The Carson City Parks, Recreation and Open Space Department, with the Pine Nut Mountains Trails Association and the Nevada Off-Highway Vehicle Commission, is sponsoring a volunteer Clean-Up Day at the Prison Hill Recreation Area in the OHV Area. The public is invited to come out and help.

Nevada Raider Nation - Carson City Chapter will host a game watch of the Oakland Raiders vs Chicago Bears at 10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 6 at Jimmy G's, 301 N. Carson St., in Carson City.

The game, televised live from London, will be shown on three TV screens. New members are welcome to watch with the veterans, and are welcome to join. Membership is $20 per person.

For the first time ever, the Lahontan National Fish Hatchery will release 5,000 large Pilot Peak Lahontan cutthroat trout into their home waters at Lake Tahoe this Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

Over three days, the 12 to 14-inch sized trout will be placed in the water, and the public is invited to two of those historic, interpretive stocking events during the Fall Fish Festival at Taylor Creek.

Featured speaker at Monday's Democratic luncheon will be Laura Leigh, President of Wild Horse Education, a 501(c)(3) registered public charity. She has been involved in anti-slaughter issues for more than two decades, carrying on the work pioneered by Velma Johnston (1912-1977), who came to be known as "Wild Horse Annie" for her fight to gain federal protection of wild horses and burros.

Carson Valley comedian Kat Simmons will offer her stand up comedy workshop only once this year. The six-week workshop will be held on Monday nights, 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 7 through Nov. 11, 2019, at the COD Casino in Minden.

Carson City's "Postal Annex" will be hosting a grand opening and ribbon cutting celebration on October 8 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at their new location at 3827 South Carson Street.

Come join Muscle Powered for a free, guided group walk, hike, or ride around Carson City! Muscle Powered is a local non-profit organization that promotes walking, hiking, biking and trail building. A schedule of all upcoming activities and events can be found at www.musclepowered.org/calendar.

Have fun with Improv! We will use games, team-building exercises and basic improvisational acting structures. No experience necessary. Students will gain confidence on stage, employ public speaking skills, think quickly on their feet and create fun scenes out of thin air. They will put on a show for their families and friends during the last class.

Get your tickets at:https://red.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?e=3aa9fd796b3bdab3067397e4ee58cfe2&t=tix

Come join Muscle Powered for a free, guided group walk, hike, or ride around Carson City! Muscle Powered is a local non-profit organization that promotes walking, hiking, biking and trail building. A schedule of all upcoming activities and events can be found at www.musclepowered.org/calendar.

Enjoy an evening of big-band music by the Mile High Jazz Band with vocalist Jakki Ford on Tuesday, October 8, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Living the Good Life Bistro, 1480 N. Carson Street in Carson City. Admission is free and donations are welcome. Dinner and late night menus are available.

SALSA Wednesdays located at Yaple's Ballroom Dance Studio, 315 N. Carson St. Carson City. Classes are 6 pm Intermediate Level Class, 7 pm Beginning Level Class. Just $10 a class​.

Then after your dance lesson, just for us food and drink specials offered across the street at Battle Born Social! The dance floor is open, music will be playing and you can continue dancing and practicing your dance moves! The Salsa Social will cost NOTHING, only but your support to the restaurant and bar.

The Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center is pleased to announce Congressman Mark Amodei will be the featured speaker for the chamber's quarterly luncheon on Wednesday, October 9, 2019, 11:30 a.m. in the Sierra Room at Dayton Valley Golf Club, 101 Palmer Dr.

The Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center invites the public to its luncheon with Congressman Mark Amodei on Wednesday, October 9, 2019, 11:30 am in the Sierra Room at Dayton Valley Golf Club, 101 Palmer Dr. The cost is $20.00 per person for a taco buffet lunch. Attendees need to RSVP to (775) 246-7909 or daytonnvchamber@gmail.com by October 4, 2019. Congressman Amodei, a Carson City native, and four term congressman will be talking about current events in our nation's capital.

Upcoming Carson Creepy starts Oct 16 make films in one week by Oct 23 with screenings night before Halloween. Carson Creepy Short Horror Film Competition and Scary Makeup Class!

Seeking Safety is an evidence-based, present-focused counseling model to help people attain safety from trauma and/or substance abuse. It focuses on coping skills to help you become more safe in your relationships, thinking and actions.

The Northern Nevada Women & Philanthropy Forum is designed to bring awareness to the impact that women have on philanthropy. it is a day-long platform to discuss current trends in giving, the wealth transfer that women are leading, and philanthropy in the digital age.

Come join Muscle Powered for a free, guided group walk, hike, or ride around Carson City! Muscle Powered is a local non-profit organization that promotes walking, hiking, biking and trail building. A schedule of all upcoming activities and events can be found at www.musclepowered.org/calendar.

The new My Place Hotel located at 17 Hospitality Way in Carson City will host a Grand Opening on Thursday, October 10 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., with a ribbon cutting at 5:30 p.m.

Those in attendance will be able to tour the new hotel. There will also be prizes and giveaways, hors d’oeuvres, local food trucks, adult beverages, and there with be live KOZZ classic rock.

A 45 minute history presentation on what was perhaps the largest single event ever held in the Eastern Sierra, the 1937 celebration titled, The Wedding of the Waters. The three day affair was created, organized and executed by Catholic priest Father John Crowley.

Carson Valley Community Theater will present the musical "Lullabies of Broadway" Oct. 11-13 in Minden. Don't miss this tribute to Broadway, brought to you by a talented group of local artists, and volunteers, who are looking forward to bringing this musical to you.

See the back story of Peter Pan and how he learned to fly as Carson High School Theatre Arts presents "Peter and the Starcatcher," opening this Friday at the Bob Boldrick Theater in the Carson City Community Center.

Come join Muscle Powered for a free, guided group walk, hike, or ride around Carson City! Muscle Powered is a local non-profit organization that promotes walking, hiking, biking and trail building. A schedule of all upcoming activities and events can be found at www.musclepowered.org/calendar.

The Friends of the Carson City Library, with the library board and staff, are offering a meet and greet with the new library director, Tod Colegrove, on Friday, October 11 from 4:30p.m. to 6 p.m.

No RSVP is required to meet the new director. Those interested should simply head over to the library digitorium located at 900 N. Roop St. for an opportunity to get to know Colegrove more over coffee and a treat.

The Capital City Arts Initiative presents an exhibition, "Fast Lane/Slow Bake" by artists Cyndy Brenneman and Tom Drakulich in the Community Center’s Sierra Room, 851 E William Street, Carson City.

The exhibition runs now to Oct. 24, 2019. CCAI will host a reception for the artists on Friday, July 12, 5-7 p.m. in the Sierra Room, and the artists will give a brief talk about their work at 5:30 p.m.

CARSON CITY — The Capital City Arts Initiative, also known as CCAI, announces its exhibition, "Constellation" at the Community Development Building, the Brick, 108 E Proctor Street, Carson City.

Nine students from the University of Nevada Reno’s Bachelor of Fine Arts program have work in the exhibit. The free exhibition is available to the public from Sept. 16 to Dec. 10, 2019, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m.

Open Mic Night is held at A to Zen Gift Shop on the Zen Den Stage. All talents, creative projects welcome. Come practice being on stage. There will be music, comedy, poetry, magic, and more. All ages and skill levels welcome.

Pumpkins plus Bingo = PINGO! Join us Saturday, Oct. 12 for two lively, all ages Bingo sessions to win pumpkins and more. The event is at Carson Valley United Methodist Church, 1375 Centerville Lane, Gardnerville.

The even features two sessions: 1 to 3 p.m. Doors open at noon, and the second session is 4 to 6 p.m., Doors open 3 p.m.

Win all sizes of pumpkins including JUMBO pumpkins. Grand Prize for black out PINGO $100 Wal-Mart gift cards.

Members of the Carson City Host Lions Club will gather at the WalMart near East College Parkway on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 12-13, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day to bring awareness to the public of the sight preservation programs the Lions support, and to raise funds as part of the annual White Cane Days.

Come on down for some fun at the market! You never know what you will find at the flea market. Many vendors to choose from with arts, crafts, antiques, jewelry and so much more. Open Sat. October. 12..8-3 and Sun. 9-3.. Admission is $1 for adults and kids under 18 are free. For more info on being a vendor call (775) 315-0008 or (775) 882-4717.

DAYTON, Nev. — Join park staff for a guided hike from the Rock Point Mill at Dayton State Park to the historic Donovan Mill in Silver City. Advance reservations are required for this hike and are limited to 20 people.

The event: An IDPA type of pistol match (Int’l Defensive Pistol Association) Where: Carson City Rifle and Pistol Range When: October 12, 2019 12:00 Noon for provided lunch sandwiches Safety Briefing starts at 12:30 sharp (required) Cost: $50. Proceeds split 50/50 CCRP and the Northern Nevada Chapter of International Defensive Pistol Association (non-profit) Required Reservations: Check payable to CC Republican Party Mailed to: CC Republican Party, Attention Pistol Match

NEW WASHOE CITY — October events at Washoe Lake State Park include a Full Moon Hike and a guided hike through the sand dunes.

The upcoming Carson City Republican Women's Club meeting will have Nevada State Senator James Settelmeyer as the guest speaker.

The meeting will be held in the Casino Fandango ballroom on Tuesday, October 15, 2019. Social hour begins at 11:00 a.m. and the meeting/luncheon at 11:30 a.m.

To help members of the Leisure Hour Club celebrate Halloween, Sandie La Nae will share her knowledge of Carson City’s spirits at the Club’s next meeting on Wednesday, October 16.

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There will be a Fat Tuesday Business Networking event at The Dayton Taphouse on Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019. Normally we do our events on Tuesdays but the Dayton Taphouse is closed on Tuesdays, so we were willing to work with them since there are only a few restaurants in the greater Dayton / Moundhouse area who can accommodate a group.

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