Dancer and Prancer Make A Pit Stop At Tivoli Village This Holiday Season

 

Dancer and Prancer Make A Pit Stop At Tivoli Village This Holiday Season
Two of Santa’s Biggest Helpers Will Visit Tivoli Village

 

In conjunction with the 12 Days Of Giving, a center-wide holiday charity effort at Tivoli Village, two live reindeer will make a holiday appearance at Tivoli Village for three consecutive nights this December.

On December 21, 22 and 23, Santa’s biggest helpers, Dancer and Prancer, will visit Tivoli Village from 4 p.m to 7 p.m. where they will mingle with guests and turn Tivoli Village into a true winter wonderland. Guests of all ages will be able to pet the reindeer, making it the perfect holiday photo opportunity to remember the season. Live music and snowfalls will also be provided.

The festive reindeer, provided by Las Vegas Entertainment Productions, will be housed near Tivoli Village’s main stage each night prior returning back to their home.

About The Twelve Days Of Giving
In the spirit of the holiday season, Tivoli Village has unveiled The Twelve Days Of Giving, a center-wide effort to raise money for participating local charities. Now thru Christmas, merchants efforts will raise monies for participating charities by offering a percentage of all sales conducted over the course of the charitable initiative. Those who wish to give electronically may do so by texting “TVGIVE” to 444999 from their mobile devices.

Participating charities will be invited to fundraise in a unique and creative way, with a minimum guaranteed $500 donation to each cause. Tivoli Village is including each charitable organization in a strategic press campaign and also hosted a group cocktail party for charitable donors as well. Charities include American Heart Association, Project 150, Heaven Can Wait Animal Society, Fraternity of the Desert Big Horn, Keep Memory Alive, Ronald McDonald House, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, St. Jude’s Research Hospital Nevada, The Folded Flag Foundation, Three Square, Just One Project, and Speedway Children’s Charities.

About Tivoli Village
From dancing in the streets to yoga on the Piazza, old-world elegance blends seamlessly with today’s active lifestyle at Tivoli Village. Anchored by Restoration Hardware’s RH Las Vegas, The Gallery at Tivoli Village, the outdoor center is complemented by a curated collection of retailers ranging from luxury brands to one-of-a-kind boutiques. Enticing restaurants range from local favorite, Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse, to national standout, Brio Tuscan Grille, while David Barton Gym and Dance With Me serve as upscale experiential destinations beyond traditional retail and dining options.

Located in one of the most affluent sections of Southern Nevada, Tivoli Village is 15 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, conveniently situated near the Summerlin Parkway. The center proudly boasts 370,000 square feet of retail and restaurants and 300,000 square feet of Class A office space.

Complimentary valet and covered parking are provided. Restaurant and store hours vary. For more information on events at Tivoli Village visit tivolivillagelv.com, follow Tivoli Village on Instagram and Twitter, or like Tivoli Village on Facebook.

About Pacific Retail Capital Partners
Pacific Retail Capital Partners is a fully integrated, entrepreneurial organization with an unparalleled depth of knowledge in all aspects of retail real estate. Its team of executives and strategic partners draw on decades of experience with major national shopping center owners to deliver top-tier service as an operating partner and provide efficient oversight of the company’s own portfolio. Pacific Retail’s broad-based talent is versed in multiple disciplines from investment and development, which enables the company to quickly assess market opportunities, to management, leasing, and marketing which allows it to effectively control costs and maintain the quality of its properties. Its investment and management portfolio includes Yorktown Center in suburban Chicago Illinois; Colonie Center in Albany New York; Broadway in Long Island New York; Eastridge in San Jose California; The Galleria at White Plains, in Westchester County, New York; Esplanade just outside of New Orleans, Louisiana; North Park near Jackson Mississippi; Paseo Nuevo in Santa Barbara California, The Shops at South Town in Sandy, Utah and Tivoli Village outside of Las Vegas Nevada. To learn more visit http://www.pacificretail.com or follow social media at:

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HEAVEN CAN WAIT ANIMAL SOCIETY INVITES THE PUBLIC TO 13th “LOSE A POUND WITH YOUR HOUND” MEMORY WALK

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HEAVEN CAN WAIT ANIMAL SOCIETY INVITES THE PUBLIC TO 13th “LOSE A POUND WITH YOUR HOUND” MEMORY WALK

Event offers animal lovers the opportunity to enjoy a community event while remembering animals euthanized in Southern Nevada

 

Heaven Can Wait announces its 13th annual “Lose a Pound with Your Hound” Memory Walk on Sunday, October 27 at Bunker Park near Tenaya and Alexander. “Lose a Pound with Your Hound” offers fun for all ages, while bringing to mind the communities responsibility to support spay and neuter, and adoption efforts. Guests are welcome to take part in the mile-long walk that will include symbolic “collars” to represent the 24,000 animals euthanized in Clark County over the past year. While that number is staggering, it is 3,000 below the amount last year due to the spays and neuters performed by Heaven Can Wait Animal Society at its facility.

This year’s walk will have all-ages fun including paw and face painting, food, music, contests with prizes, pet photos, mobile grooming and vendors.The event begins at 9 a.m. with registration, coffee and doughnuts, goody bag distribution, the beginning of the vendor bazaar, the “Pups on Parole” group photo. “Pups on Parole” is a partnership with Heaven Can Wait and a local prison for women that gives the dogs training and shelter, while giving prisoners hope and reducing their re-offending rate.

At 10 a.m., the memorial walk begins with games along the way. At 11 a.m., paw and face painting, a dog costume contest, prizes and entertainment from Elvis tribute artist Eddie Powers.

Pets are welcome at “Lose a Pound with Your Hound,” but must be up to date on vaccinations and on a leash no longer than six feet or otherwise restrained. People are required to clean up for their pet family members.

Funds raised will benefit Heaven Can Wait Animal Society, which is a Southern Nevada nonprofit. Unlike many similar groups that keep a “reserve fund,” Heaven Can Wait pours nearly all of its funding into the support of its efforts, which include spay and neuter at is Las Vegas clinic, and no-kill adoption. Heaven Can Wait is a Southern Nevada organization and no money leaves the community. Those who participate in “Lose a Pound with Your Hound” pledge to promote responsible pet ownership.

Registration begins at $30 for individuals and drops to as low as $15 per person for groups. The cost of a “Collar for a Dollar” in memory of those lost begins at $1. For more information and to register, head to www.hcws.org or call 702.227.5555.

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About Heaven Can Wait Animal Society
Heaven Can Wait Animal Society in Southern Nevada is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) no-kill animal humane organization dedicated to spay and neuter, adoption and public education. Major initiatives include low- to no-cost spay and neuter for the community, a feral cat clinic to control the feline population and “Pups on Parole” that empowers female prisoners to train dogs that are put up for adoption. Heaven Can Wait’s efforts are credited with nearly 100,000 animals being spayed, neutered and/or adopted.

Heaven Can Wait’s Annual Luncheon to Feature Honorary Hosts Terry Fator & Taylor Makakoa

HEAVEN CAN WAIT’S ANNUAL LUNCHEON TO FEATURE
HONORARY HOSTS TERRY FATOR & TAYLOR MAKAKOA

Event will feature a special performance by Terry and Winston

WHAT:
Holiday cheer will save the lives of thousands of animals at Heaven Can Wait Animal Society’s annual luncheon. This year, Terry Fator and Taylor Makakoa will serve as honorary chairs and Terry will perform select songs from his holiday show, “A Very Terry Christmas.” One of his most famous characters, Winston The Impersonating Turtle, will also make a special appearance. In addition to fine dining, guests will have the opportunity to bid on a variety of both live and silent auction items including high end vacations, show tickets and jewelry.

Proceeds will benefit Heaven Can Wait and help its mission of controlling and managing the pet population. This is done through aggressive spaying and neutering at a clinic owned and operated by the organization, adoptions, community outreach programs and education. Thirty thousand healthy domesticated animals are euthanized in Clark County each year. Through its efforts, Heaven Can Wait hopes to drastically reduce that number.

WHEN:
Sunday, December 9, 2012
Noon

WHERE:
The M Resort Spa Casino
12300 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Henderson, NV 89044

COST:
$90 for individual tickets
$800 for a table for 10

Downtown Hotspot Insert Coin(s) Raises $2,000 for Local Charities during “Artists for a Cause”

Downtown Hotspot Insert Coin(s) Raises $2,000 for Local Charities during “Artists for a Cause”

Famed Downtown bar, Insert Coin(s) raised $2,000 to benefit Heaven Can Wait Animal Society and Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation during its inaugural “Artists for a Cause” event, held Nov. 14, 2012. Local artists including Juan Muniz, King Ruck, Obeyjef, Brian DeLeon, Bree DeLano, along with influencers, gathered to celebrate art and culture and engage in a silent auction to support the chosen nonprofits.

The silent auction featured generous item donations ranging from popular show tickets to “stay-cation” packages and one-of-a-kind experiences. Guests bid on items and enjoyed a display of video-game-inspired art from local talent. Artist Juan Muniz created an art piece live at the event to raffle off in effort to raise additional funds.

The silent auction featured items courtesy of:

  • Lavo
  • LaCave
  • STK
  • Cabana Suites
  • Flame Restaurant
  • Palms Resort
  • Nove Italiano
  • Kelly Cardenas Salon
  • RedBull
  • Fuku Burger
  • Barrymore
  • WPT Poker Champ – Alex Outhred
  • Featured Artist – ObeyJef
  • Featured Artist – King Ruck of Black Spade Tattoo
  • Featured Artist – Juan Muniz

 

 

 

About Insert Coin(s) Videolounge  Gamebar:

Nestled in the iconic, neon-laden Fremont East District of Downtown Las Vegas, Insert Coin(s) Videolounge Gamebar features an innovative combination of classic arcades, lounge service, console video gaming and world-renowned DJs. Guests can choose from more than 60 refurbished arcade cabinets in the COIN-OP Corner, including “Tron,” “Frogger,” “Donkey Kong” and “Joust,” as well as 40 video game consoles, ranging from Atari 2600 to Super Nintendo to Xbox 360. Home to thousands of modern and retro games and 44 large HDTV’s, InsertCoin(s) is an ideal venue for videogame tournaments, private parties, corporate events and product launches. For reservations call 702-477-2525. Insert Coin(s) Videolounge Gamebar is located at 512 Fremont Street. For additional information, please visit www.InsertCoinsLV.com, facebook.com/insertcoinslv or twitter.com/insertcoinslv.

 

Distinguished Downtown Interactive Nightlife Venue Hosting Charity Event

Distinguished Downtown Interactive Nightlife Venue Hosting Charity Event

Insert Coin(s) to host “Artists for a Cause,” raising funds and awareness for two remarkable nonprofit organizations, Nov. 14 at 8 p.m.

Downtown hotspot Insert Coin(s), along with the First Friday Foundation, will be hosting the “Artists for a Cause” event Nov. 14 to benefit The Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation and Heaven Can Wait Animal Society. Constructed around video game inspired art, the fundraiser will feature an intimate silent auction, as well as cocktails and the top- notch music for which Insert Coin(s) is widely known.

“Artists for a Cause” is set to be held on Wednesday, November 14th beginning with a cocktail reception and silent auction from 8 pm to 10 pm, and an after party to immediately follow. The event will showcase artwork by renowned artists, including mural master Juan Muniz; entrepreneurial tattoo artist King Ruck; graphic design genius Obeyjef, the brilliant illustrator Brian DeLeon, and the multi-talented Bree DeLano (aka DJ88). The artwork will be displayed throughout the night and available for purchase, with a percentage of the proceeds benefitting the two chosen charities.

 

World-class DJ Lefto of Belgium, famed for his eclectic music style and sets, will convey his passion for music and display effortless transition from genre to genre along with a set by resident Insert Coin(s) DJ and featured artist DJ88.

 

“Since opening, we’ve been known as a top Downtown Las Vegas nightlife destination,” states owner of Insert Coin(s) Christopher LaPorte. “But what we’d like to also convey is our commitment to our community, so this event affords us the opportunity not only raise awareness and money for two incredible charities but also feature some amazing local artists.”

 

Entry to the event is free, and “Artists for a Cause” will display a silent auction with 100 percent of the proceeds benefitting The Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation, and the Heaven Can Wait Animal Society. Event guests can bid on the featured auction items, including merchandise and packages from some of Las Vegas’ most prestigious restaurants, shows, hotels and attractions.

For more information, visit www.insertcoinslv.com.

About Insert Coin(s) Videolounge  Gamebar:
Nestled in the iconic, neon-laden Fremont East District of Downtown Las Vegas, Insert Coin(s) Videolounge Gamebar features an innovative combination of classic arcades, lounge service, console video gaming and world-renowned DJs. Guests can choose from more than 60 refurbished arcade cabinets in the COIN-OP Corner, including “Tron,” “Frogger,” “Donkey Kong” and “Joust,” as well as 40 video game consoles, ranging from Atari 2600 to Super Nintendo to Xbox 360. Home to thousands of modern and retro games and 44 large HDTV’s, InsertCoin(s) is an ideal venue for videogame tournaments, private parties, corporate events and product launches. For reservations call 702-477-2525. Insert Coin(s) Videolounge Gamebar is located at 512 Fremont Street. For additional information, please visit www.InsertCoinsLV.com, facebook.com/insertcoinslv or twitter.com/insertcoinslv.

Heaven Can Wait Animal Society Invites the Public to “Lose a Pound with Your Hound” Memory Walk

HEAVEN CAN WAIT ANIMAL SOCIETY INVITES THE PUBLIC
TO “LOSE A POUND WITH YOUR HOUND” MEMORY WALK

Event offers animal lovers the opportunity to enjoy a community event while remembering animals euthanized in Southern Nevada

Heaven Can Wait announces its 12th annual “Lose a Pound with Your Hound Memory Walk” on October 21 at Bunker Park near Tenaya and Alexander. “Lose a Pound with Your Hound” offers fun for all ages, while bringing to mind the community’s responsibility to support spay and neuter, and adoption efforts. Guests are welcome to take part in the mile-long walk that will include symbolic “collars” to represent the 30,000 animals euthanized in the Las Vegas area shelters over the past year. While that number is staggering, it is 1,500 below the amount last year due to the spays and neuters performed by Heaven Can Wait Animal Society at its facility.

This year’s walk will have all-ages fun including paw and face painting, food, music, contest with prizes, the iconic “poop toss”  and vendors. Elvis tribute artist Eddie Powers will be on hand to keep everyone entertained. The event begins at 9 a.m. with registration, goody bag distribution, the beginning of the vendor bazaar and the “Pups on Parole” group photo. “Pups on Parole” is a partnership with Heaven Can Wait and a local prison for women that gives the dogs training and shelter, while giving prisoners hope and greatly reducing the re-offending rate.

At 10 a.m., the walk begins with games along the way. At 11 a.m., paw and face painting, prizes and entertainment.

Pets are welcome at “Lose a Pound with Your Hound,” but must be up to date on vaccinations and on a leash no longer than six feet or otherwise restrained. People are required to clean up for their pet family members.

Funds raised will benefit Heaven Can Wait Animal Society, which is a Southern Nevada nonprofit organization. Unlike many similar groups that keep a “reserve fund,” Heaven Can Wait pours nearly all of its funding into the support of its efforts, which include spay and neuter at its Las Vegas clinic, and many community programs as well as adoptions. Heaven Can Wait is a Southern Nevada organization and no money leaves the community. Those who participate in “Lose a Pound with Your Hound” pledge to promote responsible pet ownership.

Individual registration, which includes admission, a goody bag and t-shirt, costs $30 and a family or group registration of four people costs $50. “Collar for a dollar” donations are available in packages up to $50, but contributions beyond that are always welcome.

For more information, head to www.hcws.org or call 702.227.5555.

Celebrity Impressionist Rich Little Donates $100,000 to Heaven Can Wait Animal Society for the 11th Annual Memory Walk

Celebrity Impressionist Rich Little Donates $100,000 to Heaven Can Wait Animal Society for the 11th Annual Memory Walk

Rich Little attends “Lose A Pound With Your Hound” on Oct. 23 to be a part of the solution

 

Celebrity impressionist Rich Little joins Heaven Can Wait Animal Society to pay tribute to the more than 30,000 shelter animals that were euthanized in 2010 with the “Lose A Pound With Your Hound” Memory Walk on Sunday, October 23 located at Bunker Park. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and the walk starts at 10 a.m.

Little will be at the event to showcase his support as well as to donate $100,000 to the organization that brings awareness to the devastating amount of cats and dogs that are euthanized each year.

With his commitment to the animal community, Rich Little will join families and their furry friends in the festivities of the day including paw painting, food, music, mobile dog grooming and much more. Pet owners can also “Buy A Collar For A Dollar” to be a part of the chain of collars that will be displayed during the walk to represent the thousands of animals that have been lost due to euthanization.

Pre-registration for the walk is $25 and it is $30 the day of the walk. A family four pack is offered at $40 while children under the age of five are free. To register online or to start a team visit hcws.org.

About Rich Little
Infamous for his skewing of political figures, Little has charmed, amused, annoyed and lampooned politicians from here to his native Canada. He entertained at both of Reagan’s presidential inaugurations and has toured the U.S. with his show “The Presidents.” A master mimic of more than 200 voices, Little continues to impress throughout the world, with his stand up show as well as currently touring with his one man play “Jimmy Stewart and Friends.”

Throughout the course of his career, Little has had his own TV show on NBC, appeared on variety shows such as “Ed Sullivan” and “Laugh In,” hosted “The Tonight Show” 12 times and has been a regular guest on “Hollywood Squares” among numerous other appearances. He also was named “Comedy Star of the Year” by the American Guild of Variety Artists, released nine comedy albums and three HBO comedy specials, as well as the Emmy-award winning special “Rich Little’s Christmas Carol.” For more information on Rich Little, please visit RichLittle.com or follow him on Twitter @TheRichLittle.

Celebrity Impressionist Rich Little Donates $100,000 to Heaven Can Wait Animal Society for the 11th Annual Memory Walk

Celebrity Impressionist Rich Little Donates $100,000 to Heaven Can Wait Animal Society for the 11th annual Memory Walk

Rich Little attends “Lose A Pound With Your Hound” on Oct. 23 to be a part of the solution

 

 Celebrity impressionist Rich Little joins Heaven Can Wait Animal Society to pay tribute to the more than 30,000 shelter animals that were euthanized in 2010 with the “Lose A Pound With Your Hound” Memory Walk on Sunday, October 23 located at Bunker Park. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and the walk starts at 10 a.m.

 

Little will be at the event to showcase his support as well as to donate $100,000 to the organization that brings awareness to the devastating amount of cats and dogs that are euthanized each year.

 

With his commitment to the animal community, Rich Little will join families and their furry friends in the festivities of the day including paw painting, food, music, mobile dog grooming and much more. Pet owners can also “Buy A Collar For A Dollar” to be a part of the chain of collars that will be displayed during the walk to represent the thousands of animals that have been lost due to euthanization.

 

Pre-registration for the walk is $25 and it is $30 the day of the walk. A family four pack is offered at $40 while children under the age of five are free. To register online or to start a team visit hcws.org.

 

About Rich Little
Infamous for his skewing of political figures, Little has charmed, amused, annoyed and lampooned politicians from here to his native Canada. He entertained at both of Reagan’s presidential inaugurations and has toured the U.S. with his show “The Presidents.” A master mimic of more than 200 voices, Little continues to impress throughout the world, with his stand up show as well as currently touring with his one man play “Jimmy Stewart and Friends.”

 

Throughout the course of his career, Little has had his own TV show on NBC, appeared on variety shows such as “Ed Sullivan” and “Laugh In,” hosted “The Tonight Show” 12 times and has been a regular guest on “Hollywood Squares” among numerous other appearances. He also was named “Comedy Star of the Year” by the American Guild of Variety Artists, released nine comedy albums and three HBO comedy specials, as well as the Emmy-award winning special “Rich Little’s Christmas Carol.” For more information on Rich Little, please visit www.RichLittle.com or follow him on Twitter @TheRichLittle.