Women at Work—Fashion Show at the Governor’s Mansion
Join the Carson City Democratic Women’s Club to help raise funds for scholarships and activities from noon- 2 p.m. March 25 at Nevada Stateroom of the Governor’s Mansion, 606 Mountain St., Carson City.
Cedric Williams is the featured guest vocalist. Enjoy a luncheon of hardy salads, sandwiches, and dessert by “A Catered Affair.” Tickets are $30 in advance and include one drink, wine, beer or specialty cocktail. A no-host bar also available.
Fabulous men’s and women’s fashions provided by JCPenney, Maurices and C-A-L Ranch Stores, modeled by our community leaders. Raffle, silent auction and prize for BEST Working Woman’s outfit—be creative. Be sure to RSVP ASAP to be sure you get a seat firstname.lastname@example.org or call Sue at 721-6625.
One weekend only: Hop on over to 1235 Eddy St., Gardnerville when Nevada’s only pop-up store opens its doors again on March 17-19. Enjoy this month’s “egg-travaganza” with featured artisan “Simply Stella.” The Eddy Street Vintage Market opens on the third weekend of every month for just three days. That’s when this unique 2,400 square-foot house/store is completely restyled for a themed shopping event. Lots of one-of-a-kind antiques, decorating and gift items that you may never see again. Call 230-1101 for hours.
March 23 from 4-7 p.m.: Enjoy an evening of cowboy art, poetry, and music featuring the photography of Dwayne Leonard, the poetry of Sallie Knowles Joseph, and music of Jon and Betsy Elliott. Admission is free, refreshments served. Gadzooks, 411 Highway 395, Gardnerville. Call 782-9665, or visit, gadzooksnv.com.
March 25 from 2-4 p.m. is the annual Women’s History Remembering Project in commemoration of Women’s History Month. Four local women who have made a significant historical contribution to the quality of life in Douglas County will be honored with speeches and exhibits designed around photos and memorabilia related to the honorees. There is no admission charge for this event, light refreshments. Carson Valley Museum & Cultural Center, 1477 Highway 395 N, Gardnerville.
Dangberg Home Ranch Historic Park During the “Off-Season.”
Although the park’s Summer Festival of Arts and History events don’t begin until May, guided tours of the historic Dangberg ranch house are available year-round by reservation. Docents lead visitors through the entire main level, from the living room to the Cowboys’ dining hall, and reveal the history of Carson Valley ranching through one family’s private and public history. Here is a perfect group activity for the usually quiet pre-season months. Call for reservations to enjoy your private small or large group tour 783-9417, or write email@example.com. The fee is $8 for 17 and older, free for 16 and younger.
Contact Anita Kornoff at firstname.lastname@example.org