June 2-Sept. 8: The “Paint. Drink. Dine” summer series will be held at Crazy Pita Town Square. Crazy Pita is teaming up with Pinot’s Palette to host eight biweekly painting parties, 25 percent of the proceeds will be donated to the Josh Stevens Foundation. Guests will learn from local artists about creating a beautiful piece of artwork to keep or give as a gift. The cost is $39 per person, which includes painting materials and supplies, along with one appetizer per table. This event is open to guests ages 13 and above. No experience necessary and beginner artists are welcome. Reservations are required. Visit PinotsPalette.com/Henderson/Classes.
Aug. 6, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.: New Image Advanced Laser Skin Center will hold its 10-year anniversary celebration. Enjoy treats, music, prizes and savings on laser services, dermal fillers and skin care services. The center is located at Summerlin Gateway Shopping Center, 7455 W. Washington Ave., Suite 400. RSVP to newimagelasvegas.com/specialsevents or call 702.697.7991.
June 18, 11 a.m.; July 13, 6 p.m.; Aug. 27, 11 a.m.: Red Rock Fertility Center offers free seminars for new patients seeking information about fertility treatments. Dr. Eva Littman will address any questions attendees may have, as well as lead a tour of its state-of-the-art in vitro fertilization clinic. Attendees to the seminar will receive a free consultation and a $300 discount on Ultra IVF packages (restrictions apply). The address is 9120 W. Russell Road, Suite 200. Reservations are recommended, as seating is limited. Sponsored by Avella Specialty Pharmacy, call to RSVP at 702.789.6443 or reserve your seat online at redrockfertility.com.
June 14-19 at 7:30 p.m.: The Smith Center for the Performing Arts will present Roundabout Theater Company’s “Cabaret” in the Reynolds Hall. “Cabaret” journeys back to the Berlin of 1930 and the decadent goings-on in the seedy Kit Kat Klub. “Cabaret” is one of the few productions in which actors on stage also take on the role of the orchestra, providing depth to the show’s evocative scores and lyrics. Famed director Sam Mendes and co-director and choreographer Rob Marshall bring this Tony Award-winning story to life. Ticket prices start at $29. For more information, visit thesmithcenter.com.
June 16, 6 p.m.: Alizé at the Top of the Palms Casino Resort will host the inaugural Tea Pairings Dinner. The multicourse dinner will pair gourmet French cuisine with the world’s finest teas. Executive chef Mark Purdy and his team are partnering with Seven Cups Fine Teas. Awards will be given by the International Specialty Tea Association to those in the tea industry who have contributed work for establishing standards for tea quality. This dinner will be the premiere event of the 2016 World Tea Expo taking place June 13-17. To purchase tickets, visit eventbrite.com and tea-pairing-in-the-sky-tickets.
July 4, 9 a.m.: The 22nd annual Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade will be held to celebrate Independence Day with over 35,000 people expected to attend. The parade features over 60 entries, including traditional floats, Macy’s-style giant helium balloons, bands and performing groups, and a variety of kids’ favorite storybook and cartoon characters. The main event begins at the corner of Hillpointe Road and Hills Center Drive in The Trails village of Summerlin. Participants travel south on Hills Center Drive toward the Village Center Circle roundabout before heading west on Trailwood Drive. The parade will end at the corner of Trailwood Drive and Spring Gate Lane. For more information, call the Summerlin Council at 702.341.5500.
July 23, 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.: The fifth annual Rainbows in the Wind will be held at Town Square Center Park to benefit Little Miss Hannah Foundation. The event will include an evening of music, activities, dancing and raffles, while raising money to help support Las Vegas families of children diagnosed with rare, life-limiting and complex medical conditions. The event celebrates what would have been Miss Hannah’s eighth birthday. She was diagnosed with neuronopathic Gaucher disease, an incredibly rare and life-limiting genetic metabolic disorder. In her honor, the foundation was established. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit littlemisshannah.org.
July 25-29, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.: The Smith Center for the Performing Arts is offering Camp Broadway for students ages 10 to 17. Dubbed Classic Camp, the program is designed for students who love the theater, giving them the chance to enjoy an authentic Broadway experience. Broadway artists and performing arts partners will teach campers how to deliver as if they’re live on stage and in the Big Apple. Classic Camp is open to students of all skill levels; no previous experience is necessary. For more information, visit thesmithcenter.com.