PANDA! at The Palazzo
PANDA Show Las VegasPANDA!, the newest resident show at The Venetian and The Palazzo Las Vegas, is an original production direct from Beijing. While incorporating the culture of China, it also tells the timeless story of love, good versus evil, overcoming fear and realizing inner strength.

PANDA! is about a loving and caring panda and his beloved princess. Pandas are native to China and a beloved animal representing love and kindness. In PANDA!, the main character, LongLong, is set to marry his Peacock Princess. Their wedding day begins with joy and happiness, but it is soon overshadowed by darkness when LongLong witnesses his beloved kidnapped by the evil Demon Vulture. LongLong then embarks on a journey to find and rescue his love.

Produced by An Zhao, who also produced the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, PANDA! includes performers from the China National Acrobatic Troupe and Shaolin Monastery Kung Fu Monks Troupe including a captivating 7-year-old boy.

PANDA! is performed at the Palazzo Theater Tuesday to Sunday at 7:30 p.m. and dark on Monday. Tickets can be purchased Venetian/Palazzo box office, go online to venetian.com/panda or call 702.414.9000.

The Fertility Center of Las Vegas offers FREE seminars for new patients and for people seeking information about fertility treatments. Seminars are conducted monthly and are an opportunity for patients to speak candidly with Dr. Bruce Shapiro and Dr. Said Daneshmand, both sub-specialty board certified in reproductive endocrinology and infertility and world renowned for their research and breakthroughs in reproductive medicine. Tour the state-of-the-art facility and meet with financial advisors. Reservations are recommended, as seating is limited. Call to RSVP at 702.254.1777 or reserve your seat online at fertilitycenterlv.com.

March 18, 6 p.m.: at 8851 W. Sahara Ave., Suite 100, Las Vegas.
April 30, 6 p.m.: at 8851 W. Sahara Ave., Suite 100, Las Vegas.
May 21, 6 p.m.: at 2769 Sunridge Heights Parkway, Suite 100, Hend.

New Image Advanced Laser Skin CenterMay 3, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.: New Image Advanced Laser and Skin Center will be holding a Celebrate Mothers Party benefiting Easter Seals. There will be information on the services offered along with food, prizes and networking. RSVP by May 2 at NewImageLasVegas.com, e-mail at NewImage@DrMallMD.com or call 702.697.7991. The party will be held at the Longford Medical Plaza, 7455 W. Washington Ave., Suite 400.

Springs PreserveMarch 1, 4 to 8 p.m.: Springs Preserve is holding the inaugural Mardi Gras Vegas celebrating Cajun and Creole cuisine, music and culture. Featuring live Zydeco music, food from local Southern eateries, a beer garden for the adults and activities including kids’ crafts, fortune tellers and palm readers, the family-friendly Mardi Gras Vegas will bring the tastes and sounds of the Louisiana bayou and the colors and fun of Mardi Gras to the heart of the Southern Nevada desert. Admission is $8 for adults, $5 for kids ages 5 to 12, and free for children under five. Springs Preserve members will receive $2 off admission. Tickets are available at springspreserve.org or at the Springs Preserve box office, 333 S. Valley View Blvd. on Valley View Boulevard between U.S. 95 and Alta Drive.

Power of LoveApril 26: Power of Love honoring Gloria and Emilio Estefan benefiting Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health will be held at The MGM Grand garden arena. The gala evening will feature first-rate headliner entertainment, food prepared by celebrity chefs including Wolfgang Puck and wine chosen by master sommeliers. For information, call 702.263.9797 or visit keepmemoryalive.org.

Coppelia, The Girl with the Enamel EyesMay 9-10, 7:30 p.m.: Coppélia, The Girl with the Enamel Eyes, at Reynolds Hall at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts culminates the season for the Nevada Ballet Theatre. Perfect for the whole family, this charming story of a young couple in love, a toymaker and his doll that comes to life finds new fans in every generation. Choreographed by James Canfield and set to the exuberant score of Léo Delibes, a wild mix of abracadabra and comic chaos is unleashed in this classical ballet. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit nevadaballet.org.

One Night for ONE DROPMarch 21, 7:30 p.m.: One Night for ONE DROP, imagined by Cirque du Soleil in support of ONE DROP, will be held at the Michael Jackson ONE Theatre at Mandalay Bay for a one-night-only performance in Las Vegas. Since many of the performers are from Cirque du Soleil, all seven Cirque shows will be dark that night. ONE DROP—a nonprofit organization established in 2007 by Guy Laliberté, founder of Cirque du Soleil—strives to ensure that water is accessible and to bring awareness, especially to the southwest suffering one of its worst droughts. The Tenors will perform along with other celebrities attending and performing. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit onenight.onedrop.org.

UNLVinoApril 9-12: UNLVino, Nevada’s original wine event will celebrate 40 years with four days of functions. The epicurean showcase continues Southern Wine & Spirits of Nevada’s mission to raise scholarship funds for UNLV’s William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration. For more information, visit unlvino.com.

April 9: Sip & Savor at Spago with world-renowned chef Wolfgang Puck hosting an evening filled with premium label wines and incredible food.

April 10: BAR-b-q at Caesars Palace Garden of the Gods Pool returns at Caesars Palace as cocktail masterminds collaborate for a unique poolside barbecue.

April 11: Bubble-Licious at The Venetian’s Doge’s Palace Plaza will delight patrons with an evening of champagne, sparkling wines, and cocktails, along with amazing small plates from The Venetian and Palazzo’s collection of restaurants.

April 12: Founders’ Grand Tasting at the Keep Memory Alive Events Center at the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health takes place in the architecture of the Frank Gehry designed building offering the finest wines, champagnes, spirits, beers and sakes, as well as bites from the city’s best restaurants and UNLV’s culinary students.

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