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5 Carson City’s Sesquicentennial
6 Picture Perfect
7 Carson City Mint
8 2008 Calendar of Events
14 Outdoor Safety Tips
15 Biking and Walking Trails
16 Area Parks
18 Te Divine 9
19 Swimming in Carson
21 Nevada Day Festivities
24 Dayton Valley Days
24 Carson Valley Days
25 Salsa y Salsas
26 Taste of Downtown
27 Carson City Rendezvous
27 Oodles of Noodles
28 Great Reno Balloon Race
30 Victorian Home Tours
31 Tree Lighting Ceremony
32 Virginia City Camel Races
34 New to Town
35 Carson City Supervisors
36 Medical Facilities
38 Northern Nevada Museums
40 Area Church Services
45 Service Groups
48 Lyon/Storey Commissioners
49 Sheriff and Fire Departments
50 Area Schools
52 Breathtaking Beauty
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Features Editor • Jarid Shipley
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Carson City’s Sesquicentennial
John Jacob Musser (left), Abraham Curry (center), and Francis Marion Proctor (right), along with
Benjamin Franklin Green, are the four founders responsible for the birth of Nevada’s captial city of Carson City.
1858-2008
Celebrating the
150th anniversary
of Carson City
Read about Carson City’s history
and sesquicentennial events every
Sunday this year in the Nevada Appeal.
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Picture Perfect…
First Place
Right, On the Cover
V & T Steam-Up by Don Harton of Dayton, NV
“Te V & T Railroad is an important part of Carson City’s
history. I am very excited about the new V & T under
construction between Carson City and Virginia City.
I took this contest entry of the #22 Inyo during the Railroad
Symposium at the State Railroad Museum last October.”
Second Place
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Pogonip, Johnson Ranch by Jim Pickel of Minden, NV
“Te bridge pogo was taken under the 395 bridge
over the Carson River near Minden.”
Third Place
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Pine Grove by Jim Stemler of Carson City, NV
“Tis photo was taken at Pine Grove, NV,
an abandoned mining town located approx .
60 miles due southeast of Carson City, NV.
Pine Grove was founded in 1866
and all mining activity stopped by 1918.”
People’s Choice
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Minden Eagle by Roxanne Starbuck of Dayton, NV
“Tis low-flying eagle was photographed in Minden.”
Carson City and its surrounding areas are filled with stunning seasonal beauty, historic
buildings and majestic wildlife. In this years Photo contest we asked, what makes history
come alive for you? We are very pleased to present you with the results of our contest.
We congratulate the winners and wish to thank all who entered.
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History of the Carson Mint
Nevada State Museum keeps
Carson’s history in mint condition
On March 3, 1863, federal legislation creating the U.S. Mint at Carson
City was passed by both houses of the United States Congress. Te
Carson City Mint opened offi cially in 1870, just 12 years after the birth
of Carson City. Te mint produced coins from 1870-85 and again from
1889-93.
But by 1899 all of the presses had been removed and by 1933 the once
bustling facility stood empty.
In 1939 Judge Clark J. Guild would help persuade the Nevada
Legislature to save the abandoned mint from the wrecker. Tis act
preserved the building that is now proud home to the Nevada State
Museum, which opened on Oct. 31, 1941.
Te museum dedicates its efforts to preserving the rich history of the
Silver State as well as the history of the state’s capital, Carson City.
Te museum is located in downtown Carson City, along the Kit
Carson Walking Trail, making it an integral part of the history and cultural
landscape of the capital.
Visitors can take a walk through time at the Nevada State Museum in
Carson City. Te museum’s collection of coins bearing the “CC” mintmark
is recognized as one of the finest and most complete CC collections ever
assembled, containing 109 of the 111 different dates and denominations
struck at the historic Carson City Mint.
In the spirit of recognizing the museum’s origins as a mint, a
demonstration of Coin Press No. One is held on the last Friday of every
month.
Nevada’s history is brought to life during tours of the museum’s
Underground Mine exhibit and the replica ghost town. Both transport
the viewer back through time to catch a glimpse of the state’s beginnings.
Delve even deeper to find out when humans first occupied the
Nevada portion of the Great Basin, the natural foods they collected and
the skills they used for survival. See a reconstruction of a Great Basin cave
containing evidence of past cultures and climate.
Te museum is home to one of the most extensive Washoe basketry
collections including many pieces from Dat-so-la-lee. Abe Cohn of Carson
City’s Indian Emporium promoted her as the finest Washoe weaver.
Te Nevada’s Changing Earth exhibit explores the state’s geologic
history from 1,750 million years ago to 40 million years ago. Te story
is told through the use of original illustrations together with rock
specimens and field photographs, as well as a walk-through Devonian Sea
and a mammoth skeleton.
Te Nevada State Museum actively engages
people in understanding and celebrating
Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage. Te
museum collects, preserves, and presents
this heritage through exhibits, educational
programs and publications. Many enjoy guided
tours, performance, demonstrations and lectures
regularly hosted by the Nevada State Museum.
Te Nevada State Museum, 600 N. Carson St., is
open daily from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. For information call
687-4810 or visit www.nevadaculture.org.
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2008 Calendar of Events
March 29
• Free “Cool Weather Gardening and Starting Seeds for a
Successful Garden,” seminar, 10 a.m.,
Greenhouse Garden Center, 2450 S. Curry St. Call 882-8600.
• Adrian Xavier and his band perform,
7:30 p.m. at Piper’s Opera House, B and Union streets
in Virginia City. Call 847-0433.
• Galen Brown’s “Waves: Line and Rhythm” art exhibit,
8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Capital City Arts
Initiative Courthouse Gallery, 885 E. Musser St., through May 23.
Call 267-3295.
• Selections from the Collections, an exhibit in the Middle
Changing Gallery of the Nevada State Museum,
600 N. Carson St., 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., through Dec. 31.
Call 687-4810, ext. 240.
• Slot Machines: Te Fey Collection in the South Changing
Gallery of the Nevada State Museum,
600 N. Carson St., 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., through Dec. 31.
Call 687-4810, ext. 239 or 245.
• 13th annual Recycled Art(icles) Show
at Western Nevada College, 2201 W. College Parkway,
through April 4. Call 445-3274.
April 1
• Tina and Company perform,
7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tuesday-Tursday and Sunday,
8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday at the Carson Nugget Show
Lounge, 507 N. Carson St., through April 6. No cover charge.
Call 882-1626.
• Tuesday Lecture Series features “Rainbow Rhino
– a Rhinoceros for Kids and Grown-ups” by Fox Carlton
Hughes, 7:30 p.m. at the Gold Hill Hotel in Gold Hill,
1540 Main St. Cost is $5. Call 847-0111.
April 2
• Ballroom dance lessons,
11 a.m.-noon every Wednesday at the Carson City Senior Citizens
Center, 911 Beverly Drive, Nevada Room. $5 per person.
Call 885-0552.
April 3
• Bingo afternoons, 1-4 p.m. every Tursday
at the Carson City Senior Citizens Center, 911 Beverly Drive.
Call 883-0703.
April 5
• Chinese Folk Dance presentation,
2-3:30 p.m. at the Nevada State Museum,
600 N. Carson St., features Xian Na (Sonia) Carlson.
Call 687-4810, ext. 237.
• Diane Mandle offers Tibetan Bowl sound healing,
7 p.m. at KULA, 343 Fairview Drive, Suite 204. Cost $25.
Call 888-9642.
• Free “Spring Pond Start up” seminar,
10 a.m. at Greenhouse Garden Center, 2450 S. Curry St.,
presented by David Ruf. Call 882-8600.
April 6
• Flat Track Racing at Tunderbowl Speedway in Mound
House, off Industrial Way. Open to all motorcycles and quad
ATVs, various ages and divisions, special area for kids;
also April 13 and April 20. Call 997-4548.
April 7
• Clothing and Textile Curator’s Gallery Walk of Selections
from the Collections, 11 a.m. at the Nevada State Museum,
600 N. Carson St., presented by Jan Loverin. Call 687-4810, ext. 237.
April 8
• Big Brothers Big Sisters Information and Tour,
5 p.m. at the Children’s Museum of Northern Nevada,
lower level, 318 N. Carson St. Call 352-3202.
• Buddy Emmer Band performs, 7 p.m.-1 a.m.
Tursday-Tursday and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday
at the Carson Nugget Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St.,
through April 13. No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
• Tuesday Lecture Series, “Barque Elissa, Te Restoration
of an 1877 Square-rigged Sailing Ship,“
7:30 p.m. at the Gold Hill Hotel, 1540 Main St., Gold Hill.
Cost is $5. Call 847-0111.
April 15
• Tuesday Lecture Series features Cowboy Poetry and Music,
7:30 p.m. at the Gold Hill Hotel, 1540 Main St., Gold Hill.
Special event with Larry Maurice. Cost $25. Call 847-0111.
• Tracy Bing performs, 7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday
and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday at the
Carson Nugget Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St., through April 20.
No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
April 18
• Behind-the-scenes tour in Natural History,
10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. at the Nevada State Museum,
600 N. Carson St., by George Baumgardner.
Reservations recommended. Call 687-4810, ext. 237.
• Michelle Shocked performs,
7:30 p.m. at the Brewery Arts Center Performance Hall,
511 W. King St. Tickets $28 reserved seating. Call 883-1976.
April 19
• Free “Sprinkler and Drip System Repair” seminar,
10 a.m. at Greenhouse Garden Center, 2450 S. Curry St.,
presented by David Ruf. Call 882-8600.
• Washoe Stories as told by Native American elders,
2 p.m. at the Nevada State Museum, 600 N. Carson St.
Call 687-4810, ext. 237.
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April 22
• “Abraham Curry: Carson City Developer and Promoter”
presentation by Robert Nylen, 7:30 p.m. at the Nevada State
Museum, 600 N. Carson St. Call 687-4810, ext. 239 or 245.
• Bahama performs, 7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday
and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday
at the Carson Nugget Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St.,
through April 27. No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
• Tuesday Lecture Series features Mark Twain in Virginia City
as presented by Ron James, 7:30 p.m. at the Gold Hill Hotel,
1540 Main St., Gold Hill. Cost is $5. Call 847-0111.
April 25
• Anthropology Curator’s Gallery Walk of Selections from
the Collections, 10 a.m. at the Nevada State Museum,
600 N. Carson St., presented by Eugene Hattori.
Reservations recommended. Call 687-4810, ext. 237.
• Demonstration of Coin Press No. 1,
10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. at the Nevada State Museum,
600 N. Carson St. by volunteers Ken and Karen Hopple.
Call 687-4810, ext. 239 or 245.
April 26
• Free “Paver Installation” seminar,
10 a.m. at Greenhouse Garden Center, 2450 S. Curry St.,
by Tetrus Building Supplies and Greenhouse Garden Center.
An outdoor, hands-on seminar. Call 882-8600.
• Carson City Raiders Booster Club NFL Draft Day Party, 11
a.m.-3 p.m. at Q’s Barbecue, 230 Fairview Drive.
Cost $15 for adults, $8 children 12-younger;
food served from noon-1:30 p.m., choice of steak or chicken. Spe-
cial guest to be announced. Call 232-9700 or 315-3518.
April 29
• Te Motifs perform, 7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday
and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday
at the Carson Nugget Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St.,
through May 4. No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
May 3
• Flat Track Racing at Tunderbowl Speedway
in Mound House, off Industrial Way.
Open to all motorcycles and quad ATVs, various ages and
divisions, special area for kids; Saturdays through June 28.
Call 997-4548.
May 6
• Tuesday Lecture Series, Bellydance Euphoria,
7:30 p.m. as presented by Starr Nixdorf and Te World Dancers
at the Gold Hill Hotel, 1540 Main St., Gold Hill. Call 847-0111.
• Michael Clark performs, 7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday
and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday
at the Carson Nugget Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St.,
through May 11. No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
May 8-11
• RSVP Spring Fun Fair at Mills Park,
Midway opens daily at noon, also novelties, food and drink
vendors, games, arts and crafts. Moms ride free on Mother’s Day.
Call 687-4680.
May 9-10
• “Damn Yankees,”
presented by Western Nevada Musical Teatre Company,
7:30 p.m. at the Carson City Community Center,
851 E. William St. Tickets $18, $16, $14. Call 445-4249.
May 10
• “Embrace Diversity,” 13th annual Multicultural Festival,
11 a.m.-4 p.m. at Western Nevada College,
2201 W. College Parkway, features food, music and dancing.
Call 445-3000.
• Seventh annual Oodles of Noodles Cook-off,
10 a.m.-3 p.m. in Old Town Dayton.
Features Dayton’s Italian and Chinese heritage, plus vendors and
business booths, Logan Way and Pike Street. Call 246-7909.
May 11
• “Damn Yankees,”
presented by Western Nevada Musical Teatre Company,
2 p.m. at the Carson City Community Center,
851 E. William St. Tickets $18, $16, $14. Call 445-4249.
May 13
• Melissa Dru performs, 7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday
and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday
at the Carson Nugget Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St.,
through May 18. No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
• Tuesday Lecture Series: Socials, Hangins and Harlots
- Entertainment Old West Style,
7:30 p.m. at the Gold Hill Hotel, 1540 Main St., Gold Hill.
Cost is $5. Call 847-0111.
May 16-17
• “Damn Yankees,”
presented by Western Nevada Musical Teatre Company,
7:30 p.m. at the Carson City Community Center,
851 E. William St. Tickets $18, $16, $14. Call 445-4249.
May 16-18
• Honor Our Troops Celebration
includes parade, classic car show, fashion show and arts and crafts
at the Legislative Plaza and Mills Park. Call 884-1989.
May 18
• “Damn Yankees,”
presented by Western Nevada Musical Teatre Company,
2 p.m. at the Carson City Community Center,
851 E. William St. Tickets $18, $16, $14. Call 445-4249.
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May 20
• Carmon and Company performs,
7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and
Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday at the Carson Nugget
Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St., through May 25. No cover charge.
Call 882-1626.
• Tuesday Lecture Series, “Hollywood Comes to Nevada,”
7:30 p.m. as presented by Robin Holabird at the Gold Hill Hotel,
1540 Main St., Gold Hill. Cost is $5. Call 847-0111.
May 24
• Kit Carson Trail – Wild West Tour,
a guided tour of Carson City’s historic district, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., tours
leave every 30 minutes from Tird and Curry streets.
Call 687-7410.
May 27
• Te Buddy Emmer Band performs,
7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and
Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday at the Carson Nugget
Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St., through June 1. No cover charge.
Call 882-1626.
June 3
• Tuesday Lecture Series, “Golden Dreams Down Dusty
Roads - Life with Bill Varga, Last of the Hard Rock Miners,”
7:30 p.m. at the Gold Hill Hotel, 1540 Main St., Gold Hill.
Cost is $5. Call 847-0111.
• Te Method performs, 7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and
Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday at the Carson Nugget
Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St., through June 8. No cover charge.
Call 882-1626.
June 4
• Farmers Market, 3-7 p.m..
at the Pony Express Pavilion at Mills Park.
Features fresh fruits and vegetables, arts and crafts. Call 746-5024.
June 10
• Te California Band performs, 7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tuesday-Turs-
day and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday at the
Carson Nugget Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St., through June 15.
No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
June 11
• Farmers Market, 3-7 p.m..
at the Pony Express Pavilion at Mills Park.
Features fresh fruits and vegetables, arts and crafts. Call 746-5024.
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June 12-15
• 98th annual Carson Valley Days,
features parade through Minden and Gardnerville at 9 a.m.
Saturday; carnival, hot air balloon laugh, craft fair, live music, food,
pedal tractor pulls, fireman water fights, grease pole and more.
Annual event of the Carson Valley Active 20/30 Club.
Call 220-7913.
June 13-15
• Carson City Rendezvous at Mills Park.
Features daily activities at noon, plus demonstrations, stagecoach
rides, camel rides, Pueblo de Nevada dancing, Scottish clan camp,
Nevada Gunfighters, food and business vendors and more.
Call 687-7410.
June 15
• Victorian Home and Garden Tour,
noon-5 p.m. through some of Carson City’s most beautiful
gardens. Tickets $10 each; children 5-younger free. Call 687-7410.
June 17
• Te Rebekah Chase Band performs,
7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and
Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday at the Carson Nugget
Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St., through June 22. No cover charge.
Call 882-1626.
June 18
• Farmers Market,
3-7 p.m. at the Pony Express Pavilion at Mills Park.
Features fresh fruits and vegetables, arts and crafts. Call 746-5024.
June 19-21
• HOG Wild Carnival,
features food, fun, games galore and scenic rally rides throughout
western Nevada. Call 882-7433.
June 21
• Taste of Downtown, annual fundraiser for Advocates to End
Domestic Violence, 5 p.m. in downtown Carson City features food
and faire from local restaurants, businesses. Call 883-7654.
June 24
• Retroactive performs, 7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and
Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday at the Carson Nugget
Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St., through June 29. No cover charge.
Call 882-1626.
June 25
• Farmers Market,
3-7 p.m.. at the Pony Express Pavilion at Mills Park.
Features fresh fruits and vegetables, arts and crafts. Call 746-5024.
July 1
• Bahama performs, 7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and
Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday at the Carson Nugget
Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St., through July 6. No cover charge.
Call 882-1626.
July 2
• Farmers Market,
3-7 p.m. at the Pony Express Pavilion at Mills Park.
Features fresh fruits and vegetables, arts and crafts. Call 746-5024.
July 3-6
• RSVP July Fourth Celebration at Mills Park,
Midway opens at noon each day, plus carnival rides, games, arts
and crafts, novelties, and food and drink vendors, fireworks at
dusk. Call 687-4680.
July 6
• Capitol City Music Series,
a free outdoor concert from 5-7 p.m. on the Capitol Legislative
Plaza. Bring lawn chair, picnic or blanket. Call 687-7410.
July 8
• Tracy Bing performs, 7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and
Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday at the Carson Nugget
Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St., through July 13. No cover charge.
Call 882-1626.
July 9
• Farmers Market,
3-7 p.m. at the Pony Express Pavilion at Mills Park.
Features fresh fruits and vegetables, arts and crafts. Call 746-5024.
July 13
• Capitol City Music Series,
a free outdoor concert from 5-7 p.m. on the Capitol Legislative
Plaza. Bring lawn chair, picnic or blanket. Call 687-7410.
• Carson City Raiders Booster Club annual Membership
Drive and Christmas Commitment fundraiser, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
at Washoe Lake State Park. Special guest to be announced; free
with membership. Includes barbecue lunch, games, trivia and
more. Call 232-9700 or 315-3518.
July 15
• Carmon and Company perform,
7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight
Friday-Saturday at the Carson Nugget Show Lounge,
507 N. Carson St., through July 20. No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
July 16
• Farmers Market,
3-7 p.m. at the Pony Express Pavilion at Mills Park.
Features fresh fruits and vegetables, arts and crafts. Call 746-5024.
July 20
• Capitol City Music Series,
a free outdoor concert from 5-7 p.m. on the Capitol Legislative
Plaza. Bring lawn chair, picnic or blanket. Call 687-7410.
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Recreation Guide
Outdoor Safety Tips
An outdoors emergency may develop at any time with
lightning-quick speed. Anticipate potential dangers associated
with specific outings: High-altitude situations, dehydration and
heat problems, problems caused by cold. Take into account the
relative accessibility of outside professional medical care.
Te following suggestions are from the Sierra Club’s “Outing
Leader Handbook.”
IMMEDIATE FIRST AID:
• Prevent further injury to the victim. Stop arterial bleeding,
restore breathing, check for pulse, and, if necessary, begin CPR.
Maintain adequate body warmth and treat for shock.
• Do not move the victim until you have ascertained the injuries.
• Practice the STOP scenario - Stop, Tink, Observe, Plan.
Toroughly consider the situation before you plan a course of
action. Speed is less important than correct response.
• Decide whether to evacuate the victim with available resources
or send for help. Ideally, one person should stay with the victim
and two should go for help. Messengers seeking help should
have written information as to the location and nature of the
injury. Advise messengers to save strength for the return trip.
SPECIFIC AILMENTS:
• Heat stroke: Victim is uncoordinated, confused, delirious and
convulsing. Body temperature must be lowered immediately
by sponging with tepid water, fanning and cool drinks.
Evacuation recommended.
• Heat exhaustion: Victim is cool, clammy, dizzy, has a headache,
and may have cramps. Liquids and rest with a lowered head
recommended.
• Acute mountain sickness: Caused by too rapid an ascent to
above about 9,000 feet. Victim has headache, drowsiness, loss
of appetite, nausea, vomiting and abnormal sleep patterns.
Treat with descent to about 3,000 feet, rest, adequate fluid
intake and headache pain medicine. Do not administer sleeping
medicines as they may mask pulmonary edema symptoms.
• High-altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE): Symptoms
are shortness of breath and rapid respiration, weakness,
disorientation, cough, frothy pink sputum and racing pulse.
Treatment is immediate descent, rest and oxygen.
• Frostbite: In its beginning stage, flesh is unfrozen but turns
gray and waxy-looking. If there is no chance of refreezing, treat
superficial frostbite by warming affected body parts in 102- to
106-degree water for 30 to 45 minutes. Unless you can maintain
proper treatment, don’t begin it; you can walk on frozen feet
but not on partially thawed feet. Rubbing or applying direct
heat to the body parts increases damage.
• Hypothermia: Tis insidious drain of body energy is often not
recognized until it is life-threatening. Always assess its potential
and be prepared for changing weather. Avoid wet clothing and
dress in layers. Beware of wind-chill factor and cover your head
and hands. Take action as soon as symptoms begin.
With mild hypothermia, victim is indecisive, loses fine motor
control, shivers, and is tired. Warm the person in any possible
way, administer warm drinks, and get the victim into warm, dry
clothing. Seek protection from the elements and maintain food
and water.
With severe hypothermia, victim is sleepy, confused, irritable,
staggers, and has slurred speech. Pulse is slow, pupils are dilated,
and breathing is shallow. Place the naked victim in a sleeping
bag and have he or she maintain skin-to-skin contact with
another person.
• Rattlesnake bite: Get victim away from the snake to avoid a
second strike. Victim should remain calm and lay down to
keep the bite area above the heart. Put pressure on the bite
with a pressure extractor pump or by an elastic bandage. Do
NOT use tourniquets, cut the bite area, or suck venom from the
wound. Evacuate victim immediately.
Common sense, combined with knowledge of the terrain, level
of activity required and weather predictions, can spell life or
death in an outdoors crisis.
THE 10 ESSENTIALS:
Tese are outdoors outing items Sierra Club leaders say you
should never be without, whether on a day- or weeklong outing.
Some are handy for use at any time; others may be waterproofed
and kept in your pack for emergencies.
• Map of area
• Compass
• Flashlight with spare batteries and bulb
• Sunglasses
• Extra food and water
• Extra clothing, including gloves and a warm hat
• Waterproof matches
• Candle for starting fires
• Pocket knife
• First-aid kit
Nevada Appeal File Photo
Seasonal Park Ranger Rochelle Pope
leads the way during a nature
and history hike in the Bower’s
Mansion Recreation Area.

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Biking & Walking Trails
• Prison Hill begins at either Koontz Lane or East Clearview Drive
Tis is an unpaved path.
• Te Silver Saddle Ranch trail begins at Carson River Road near
the Mexican Ditch. Tis is unpaved
• Te Governors Field Park trail starts at S. Roop Street above the
park. It is a paved path.
• Te Empire Ranch Road trail loops around the Empire Ranch
Golf Course. Cyclists can enter at either Morgan Mill Road or the
end of Empire Ranch Road. Tis is unpaved.
• Old Clear Creek Road is an alternate tour route. It heads up to
Spooner Summit, it is a mix of paved, decayed pavement and dirt.
• Virginia & Truckee Trail runs along the west side of Carson City
starting at Kings Canyon Road & Longview Way.
• Te Mexican Ditch Trail is a decomposed granite path
beginning at the Moffat property off Hells Bells Road near Butti
Lane and Edmonds.
For these trails and others see the
Carson City Bicycle Route Map, which is available at
city parks and the Carson City municipal offi ces.
Amy Lisenbe/Nevada Appeal
Terisa Zatarain, left, and son Paul, right,
of Carson City ride along the shoulder of
Old Highway 395 south in Washoe Valley.
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Area Parks
Carson River Park
Take Carson River Road to the Carson River. Handicap accessible
fishing pier, decomposed granite walking paths, river access area,
trailhead parking lot. Enclosed portable toilets available from
April through November.
Carson City Fairgrounds
601 Old Clear Creek Road, near Highway 395. Exhibit Hall with
complete kitchen facilities, and restrooms. Fuji Park is also
considered part of the fairgrounds and has a play area, benches,
picnic tables, restrooms, and a small, covered picnic area with
electrical outlets. Dogs are allowed though restrictions apply and
are posted in the park. Rental space available.
JohnD Winters Centennial Park Complex
Take Highway 50 East to Centennial Park Drive. Softball Complex
No. 1, 3666 Centennial Park Drive, has three softball fields, one
soccer field, a concession stand and restrooms. Softball Complex
No. 2, 5400 Heritage Way, has four softball fields, playground
equipment, a concession stand and restrooms. Te Tennis Court
Complex, at Centennial Park Drive and Heritage Way, includes
eight tennis courts, a covered pavilion, playground equipment
and restrooms.
Edmonds Park
1555 Livermore Lane, take South Edmonds Drive. Four girls
softball fields, nine soccer fields, one football-soccer field, a BMX
track, restrooms, concession stand, and a mini-park with benches,
picnic tables, playground equipment and restrooms.
Governors Field
500 E. Evalyn Drive, take Roop Street to Evalyn Drive. Four Little
League fields, two Babe Ruth fields, two Pop Warner football
fields, four T-ball fields, two batting cages, concession stand,
playground equipment and restrooms.
Mills Park
1111 E. William St. Picnic tables, barbecues, playground
equipment, restrooms, horseshoe pits, miniature railroad, three
covered pavilions with tables and barbecues, three sand-volleyball
courts, tot playground and an outdoor fitness center. Inside
Mills Park is the Virginia Orcutt Skateboard Park, open from
dawn to dusk. Tis facility is for skateboards & rollerblades and
participants must wear helmets, knee pads and elbow pads. Te
community center and indoor-outdoor aquatic facility are nearby.
Rental space available.
Pony Express Pavilion
888 N. Saliman Road. Open-air covered pavilion in Mills Park.
Available during summer for concerts, exhibitions, craft fairs and
more; winter use reserved for inline hockey. Rental space available.
Linear Park
Take Roop Street to Fifth Street. Walking trail is developed
between Roop Street and the Carson City Freeway right-of-way.
It is a 12-foot-wide asphalt pedestrian/bike path adjacent to
Governors Field from Roop Street with a pedestrian bridge at
Saliman Road.
Riverview Park:
600 Marsh Road, at East Fifth Street and Marsh Road. Covered
shelter, picnic tables, barbecue, restrooms, a 1.2-mile exercise
course and 4/10-mile nature trail. Dogs are allowed, but
restrictions apply and are posted at the park. Te accompanying
Korean War Veterans Memorial Park offers rental space.
Ross Gold Park
280 Appion Way, at Snyder Avenue and Appion Way. Manmade
lake, covered barbecue pavilion, tables, restrooms, playground
equipment, horseshoe pits, two tennis courts and a sand
volleyball court. Rental space available.
Wungnema House
844 N. Saliman Road, east end of Mills Park. Historic house and
museum administered by the Foundation for the Betterment
of Parks and Recreation. Available for small group meetings by
appointment only. For details, contact Fred Stanio at 882-7403.
John B. Mankins Park
West College Parkway and Oak Ridge Drive. Tennis court, two
basketball courts, playground, a combination baseball/softball
field, skateboard feature, pavilion with picnic tables, portable
restroom enclosure, concrete walking path throughout the park.
Contact the Recreation Division offi ce, 887-2290, ext. 102. For the
entire list of city parks and trails, visit www.carson-city.nv.us/
Park restrooms are winterized and closed each year from Nov. 1
through April.
Source: Carson City Parks and Recreation Department
Brad Horn/Nevada Appeal
Connor Handschuh, 2, of Carson
City, feeds birds at Ross Gold Park.
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Dayton HealthCare Center
5 Pinecone Road, Dayton
Dayton Health Care Center offers urgent care, family practice,
dental care, orthopedic services, physical therapy, laboratory and
medical imaging services, all in one convenient location.
ARC Urgent Care/Occupational Medicine - Bryan L. Ricks, M.D. 883-7855
Aspen Family Medical, Colleen Lyons, M.D. 882-1300
Balanced Living - C. Tracy Muscari, M.D. 885-8133
Capital Medical Associates 883-9003
Carson Heart Physicians 841-6700
Great Basin Imaging, MEDICAL IMAGING 888-1180
High Desert Therapists, PHYSICAL THERAPY 883-4161
Home Care Plus 687-1530
Professional Billing Services 882-0430
Quest Diagnostics 884-8663
Roger Rogalski, M.D. 841-9991
See Center - Janet K. Corbit-Drakulich, O.D. 887-8866
Sierra Counseling and Neurotherapy 885-7717
Sierra Nevada ENT Associates 883-7666
Sierra Nevada Hearing Aid Center 882-3277
Sierra Oxygen and Durable Medical Equipment 884-1234
ARC Urgent Care/Occupational Medicine 246-2400
Dayton Valley Dental Care 246-0200
Dayton Valley Medical Associates (Robert Kimmel, M.D., Anthony Zimmerman, M.D.) 246-0200
Great Basin Imaging, MEDICAL IMAGING 246-7034
High Desert Therapists, PHYSICAL THERAPY 246-7742
Tahoe Fracture & Orthopedic Medical Clinic 246-5814
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2874 N. Carson Street, Carson City
Eagle Medical Center is Carson City’s premier medical mall.
Health care services range from urgent care to medical imaging.
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The Divine 9
Carson Valley Golf Course
Te natural shade of the tall cottonwoods planted by the early
settlers over a century ago and the cool rush of the Carson River
gives this course a unique character unlike anywhere in Northern
Nevada. Water is a common theme on this 18-hole par 71 course
with water featured on 12 of the course’s holes. Groups always
welcome. For more information call: (775) 265-3181
1027 Riverview Drive, Gardnerville • carsonvalleygolf.com
Empire Ranch Golf Course
Sheltered between the bluffs on 250 acres, this 27-hole,
championship course overlooks the Carson River and is enhanced
by wetlands on 24 of the course’s holes. Includes driving range,
pro shop, bar and restaurant. For more information call:
888-227-1335 or (775) 885-2100
1875 Fair Way, Carson City • empireranchgolf.com
Silver Oak Golf Club
Nestled in the foothills of northwest Carson City, Silver Oak
Golf Club is spread out over 150 acres. Tis 18-hole community
golf course features five sets of tees with a par 71 for men and 72
for women. Te course winds itself through Silver Oak Homes and
also features the Silver Oak Golf Course restaurant, Carson City’s
only lakeside dining. For more information call: (775) 841-7000
1251 Country Club Drive, Carson City • silveroakgolf.com
Genoa Lakes Golf Course and Resort
Tis recently formed resort is actually two par 72 courses
located two miles apart. Te Lakes course has been rated one of
the top courses on the West Coast and winds along the Carson
River framed by the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Te Resort
course, formerly called the Sierra Nevada Golf Ranch is heavily
bunkered with undiluted greens and overlooks the Carson
Valley. Both courses were designed by acclaimed architect John
Harbottle.
For the Lakes course, located at 1 Genoa Lakes Drive, Genoa,
call (775) 782-4653. For the Resort course, 2901 Jacks Valley Road,
Genoa, call (775) 782-7700. Information about both courses can
be found online at genoalakes.com
Sunridge Golf Club
With unique topography including elevation drops of up to
300 feet and 26 acres of water, this 7,000 yard, 18-hole par 72
championship course winds through the breathtaking vistas of
the Carson Valley. For more information call: (775) 267-4448
1000 Long Drive, Carson City • sunridgegolfclub.com
Eagle Valley East
Tee it high and let it fly at Eagle Valley East. Tis fun course
is popular with long hitters due to its forgiving nature. A local’s
favorite, Eagle Valley East provides challenge with its 6,658 yards,
numerous water hazards and large greens. Te gently sloping
terrain borders rolling hills providing natural appeal.
3999 Centennial Park Drive, Carson City, call (775) 887-2380
Eagle Valley West
Eagle Valley East’s sister course, Eagle Valley West, is a
challenging links-style course demanding accuracy with its
emphasis on target golf. Numerous forced carries make club
selection critical, then it’s on to the challenging, undulating greens.
Water also plays a role on 12 holes. Various elevation changes
allow for big tee shots but trouble usually beckons on both sides.
(775) 887-2380
Dayton Valley Golf and Country Club
Tis Arnold Palmer-designed golf course features scenic
layouts meandering gracefully over sculpted links-style fairways.
Strategically placed lakes and bunkers accent huge greens, the
18-hole par 72 course has hosted a PGA Tour Qualifying since
1995. Te course features a new 15,000 square-foot clubhouse
featuring a glassed- in patio overlooking the ninth and 18th
greens. Te course offers a target grass driving range, golf shop,
restaurant and bar. For more information call: 800-644-3822 or
(775) 246-7888 101 Palmer Drive, Dayton • daytonvalley.com
Brad Horn/Nevada Appeal
J.T. Cockerill trains
at the Silver Oak Golf Club
driving range in Carson City.
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“All Aboard!”
Nevada State Railroad Museum
2180 S. Carson St., Carson City
www.nevadaculture.org
Open Daily 8:30-4:30 • 775.687.6953
Admission: $4 Adults, $3 Seniors,
Under 18 Free (accompanied by Adult or Senior)
(Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day)
Visit our Museum Store
for unique railroad gift items, books and educational toys!
Thomas Play Area for the Kids – Come See “Whistling Billy!”
Operating Model Railroad! - Hand Car Rides!
Beautiful displays of restored railroad cars and locomotives!
Experience the railroad history of Nevada!
2008 Operating Schedule*
Motor Car: May 3/4, 17/18, 31, June 1, 7/8, 21/22, 28/29,
July 12/13, 19/20, Aug 2/3, 9/10, 23/24, Sept 6/7, 13/14, 20/21, 27/28
Steam: May 10/11, 24/25/26, June 14/15, July 4/5/6, 26/27,
Aug 16/17, 30/31, Sept 1, Oct 19, 26, Nov 28/29,
Dec 13/14 (Santa Train)
Steam Ride Fares: Seniors 65 & up $4, Adults $5, Children 6-11 $3
Motor Car Fares: Seniors 65 & up $3, Adults $4, Children 6-11 $2
* Schedule and/or equipment subject to change.
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Swimming in Carson
Te Carson City Aquatic Facility offers an array of water-based
activities for people of all ages and abilities.
Tere is an Olympic-sized indoor pool measuring 50 meters
by 25 yards, a Parent and Tot pool, and a Terapy pool. A 25-yard
outdoor pool is open during the summer through September
when the weather is good.
Tis facility offers a variety of aquatic programs and lessons
and is home to the Carson Tigersharks competitive swimming
program, open to residents age 6 and older who can at least
swim 25 yards of freestyle with proper breathing. Tryouts for the
program are ongoing.
A weight room and exercise equipment are also available in the
building.
If you go…
WHAT: Carson Aquatic Facility
WHEN: Year-round, 5:30 a.m.-8:15 p.m.
WHERE: 841 N. Roop St.
INFORMATION: 887-2243 or
www.carson-city.nv.us
Nevada Appeal File Photo
Carson’s Jacob Branco competes in the
100 yard IM during the Nevada State swimming
championships at the Carson Aquatic Center.
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Nevada Day Festivities
If you go…
WHERE: Various events around Carson City,
including the annual parade on Carson Street
WHEN: Nov. 1, the parade starts at 10 a.m.
THEME: Hollywood in Nevada -
Movies and Television
EVENTS: Among the most popular is a beard
contest held on the steps of the Capitol.
Supreme court justices, some of them
bearded, make the final judgment calls as to
who can claim the titles of: Whitest, Blackest,
Reddest, Salt and Pepper, Best Groomed,
Longest, Fullest, Scruffi est and Most Bearded
Community. Another crowd-pleaser is the
rock-drilling competition where, in 10 of
the most labor intensive minutes in Carson
City that test strength and skill, contestants
pound drills as deep as possible into Sierra
white granite with the hopes of hitting gold
- or paydirt of sorts. Te winner with the
deepest hole takes home $2,000 for first place.
Contestants use hammers and as many as 11
bits of graduated steel to drill a hole in a
4,320-pound piece of granite. Other events
include the chili feed, fun run/walk and
carnival with midway rides at Mills Park.
Cathleen Allison/Nevada Appeal
Kacey Coleman, 10, gets candy from an unidentified
Cub Scout during the Nevada Day Parade.
Brad Horn/Nevada Appeal
A pre-Nevada Day fireworks show lights up the sky
over the Silver Oak Golf Club in Carson City.
Brad Horn/Nevada Appeal
Bruce Kochsmeier, pastor at the Presbyterian Church,
in alien mask, runs in the Nevada Day fun run.
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Welcome!
Reconciliation/Confessions - Saturdays 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm
Masses - Saturday Vigil 4:00 pm
Sunday Masses - 8:00 am, 9:30 am, 11:15 am & 5:00 pm Youth Mass
Sunday Bilingual Mass (English and Spanish) 1:00 pm
Weekdays - Mondays 7:00 am Scripture/Communion Service (Chapel)
Tuesday-Friday 7:00 am Mass (Chapel)
Holy Days - 7:00 am, 12:15 pm & 5:30 pm
3000 N. Lompa Lane, Carson City - 882-1968 - www.stteresaofavila.net
Sunday Service 9:30 am
Youth Services Middle and High School Thursday 6:30-8:15 pm
Fountainhead
Foursquare Church
3690 Hwy 395 (behind Best Buy)
Carson City, NV 89705 • 267-4488
http://www.fountainheadcc.org
Fountainhead Foursquare Church
1600 Snyder Avenue
Carson City, NV 89701
Phone: 775.883.3355
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Come Worship With Us!
The Gathering-Contemporary Service
Sunday at 5:30
511 W. King St., Carson City
882-1436
FIRST UNITED
METHODIST
CHURCH
Corner of Division and Musser • Carson City
The Reverend Dr. Rob Jennings - Teats
The Reverend Dixie Jennings - Teats
Sunday Worship
8:00, 9:30 & 11:00 am
Sunday School for all ages
9:30 am
Nursery Care available
at all services
Good Shepherd Wesleyan Church
“An old fashion
Methodist tradition
for today.”
We are a Christ-Centered, Bible-Believing
and Friendly Church!
Sunday Worship service - 10:30 AM
Sunday Awana Ministry - 3:00 PM
Wednesday night activities - 7:00 PM (Kid’s Club, Jr. High
Youth, Youth Group and Adult Bible Study)
Saliman Rd at Railroad Dr
Website: www.gswc.org
Phone 775-885-8361
Dr. M.H. Dennis, Pastor
“A Loving, Christ-Centered, Bible-Believing Church”
Sunday Worship: 8:00 am, 10:30 am, 6:00 pm
Bible School: Sunday 9:30 am • Wednesday Service: 7:00 pm
Nursery Provided - All Services
Strong Youth and Music Programs
Newcomers & Visitors Always Welcomed
Dr. Ken Haskins - Minister
Call for information on Special Events
883-4836
Come on over,
Jesus Loves You!
2211 Mouton Dr.
Carson City
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Dayton Valley Days
If you go…
WHAT: Festival and street fair
WHEN: 7 a.m.-9 p.m. Sept. 13;
7 a.m.-3 p.m. Sept. 14
WHERE: Pike Street, Old Town Dayton
CALL: (775) 246-1630
Carson Valley Days
If you go…
WHAT: 98th Annual Carson Valley Days
WHEN: June 12-15
WHERE: Minden/Gardnerville
CALL: (775) 220-7913
Brad Horn/Nevada Appeal
Emily Sparks, 11, of Stagecoach, with Jesse, a 6-year-old
miniature horse, walks with the Desert Hoofprints Dayton
4H club during the annual Dayton Valley Days parade.
Te Carson Valley Active 20/30 Club invites you to the 98th
Annual Carson Valley Days Celebration. A parade through
Minden and Gardnerville on Saturday morning begins at 9 a.m.
the fun continues with all-day events including a craft fair, live
music, food, pedal tractor pulls, fireman water fights, a grease pole
and much more!
For more information, call (775) 220-7913,
e-mail drafter775@hotmail.com or visit them on the Web at
http://www.carsonvalley2030.org.
Nevada Appeal File Photo
Teammates share a laugh after being covered with shaving
cream during the annual Carson Valley Days Celebration.
“Always be courageous.
Cowards aren’t tolerated in
any outfi t worth its salt.”
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Salsa y Salsas
It’s fun to eat and a blast for your feet at the annual Salsa y
Salsas festival in Carson City. Te annual festival showcases the
pride and promotes awareness of the city’s Hispanic population.
It includes salsa dancing and salsa tasting competitions along
with entertainment and a gala dinner.
If you go…
WHAT: Salsa y Salsas festival
WHEN: 10 a.m. Sept. 13
WHERE: Legislative Plaza
Te event is free and open to the public
Brad Horn/Nevada Appeal
Joana Camargo, 13, of Yerington, samples salsas from Killer Salsa during the
Salsa y Salsas Hispanic cultural celebration at the Legislative Plaza.
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Taste of Downtown
If you go…
WHAT: Food festival to benefit
Advocates to End Domestic Violence
WHEN: 5:30 p.m.-9 p.m. June 21 for tasting;
bands performing until midnight
WHERE: Along Carson Street
from John Street to Stewart Street.
CALL: (775) 883-7654
Kevin Clifford/Nevada Appeal
Hannah Martinez, 9, of Carson
City enjoys a rib from the
Carson City BBQ Co. during
the Taste of Downtown.
Kevin Clifford/Nevada Appeal
Flourless chocolate cakes with lavender cookies
were among the samples at the Taste of Downtown.
Kevin Clifford/Nevada Appeal
(from left) Melanie Yound and her
mother, Grace Greener decide on
which food to sample at Te Basil
during the Taste of Downtown.
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Oodles of Noodles
If you go…
WHAT: Pasta cooking contest by the
Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce
WHEN: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. May 10
WHERE: Pike Street, Old Town Dayton
CALL: (775) 246-7909
Carson City Rendezvous
If you go…
WHAT: Carson City Rendezvous
WHEN: June 13-15
WHERE: Mills Park
COST: Free
INFORMATION: For details call
(775) 687-7410, 1-800-Nevada-1 or visit
www.carsoncityrendezvous.com/
Te Carson City Rendezvous is a three-day event that takes
participants and spectators back in time to celebrate the region’s
history in a lively, colorful way at Mills Park. Music and other
forms of entertainment unfold throughout during this living
history weekend.
Visitors will be able to see a mountain man encampment and
Pony Express riders, hear the sounds of guns and cannons as re-
enactors skirmish in Civil War battles and dance the Scottish Reel
or American Indian friendship dances. Admission is free.
Experience Civil War reenactments, stagecoach rides, camel
rides, Pueblo de Nevada dancing and a Nevada gunfighters show.
Tere will be food for purchase and an array of arts and crafts
items. Free western music on the star stage all weekend.
Brad Horn/Nevada Appeal
Karen Quest shows off her roping
skills during her show on the main
stage during the Carson City
Rendezvous at Mills Park.
Brad Horn/Nevada Appeal
Kathy McClintock, right, and Dana Matherne,
of American Family Insurance, stir bacon into
pasta to create a Fettuccine Carbonara at the
Oodles of Noodles Festival in Dayton.
“Never steal another man’s horse.
A horse thief pays with his life.”
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Great Reno Balloon Race
If you go…
WHAT: Te 26th annual
Great Reno Balloon Race
WHERE: Rancho San Rafael Park, Reno
WHEN: Sept. 5-7
INFORMATION: 1-800-FOR-RENO
or www.renoballoon.com
Roughly 175,000 people attend the annual Great Reno Balloon
Race, a crowd-pleasing event where large helium balloons in
virtually every shape and color imaginable crowd the sky above
Rancho San Rafael Park.
Again this year, some of the events will focus on competitive
movement of the balloons, and the best pilots will win prizes.
Other times are devoted to riding balloons simply for sheer fun
and spectacle - some will even glow in the dark.
For $5, people can hop into a tethered balloon and float for a
while.
Nevada Appeal File Photo
Gary Peterson is silhouetted as he prepares his ballon
for flight during a practice flight for the
Great Reno Balloon Races at Rancho San Rafael in Reno.
Nevada Appeal File Photo
Gary Peterson shades his eyes as he checks
his location as the wind changes.
Nevada Appeal File Photo
Gary Peterson, owner and pilot of Patriot,
inflates his balloon.
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The CARSON CITY
RECREATION DIVISION
Our Mission is to provide quality recreational ser-
vices in the effort to continuously accommodate the
leisure needs of our growing community through a
spirit of partnership, innovation,and a committment
to the hightest level of service.
Discover Us...the Benefits are Endless!
• Kids Klub - Preschool
• Latch Key - Before and after school
recreational enrichment programs
• Summer Kamp
• Youth Basketball
• Youth Volleyball
• Junior Golf
• Karate
• Acrobatics/Dance
• Year-Round Swim Lessons
• Year-Round Recreational Swimming
• Outdoor Pool and Water Slide in
Summer Months
• Special Events
851 East Williams Street
Carson City, NV 89701
887-2290 x101
www.carson-city.nv.us
• Make a difference…
Get Involved
• Mentor a School
Age Youth
• 1 Hour a Week,
Minimum 1 Year
• Spend Time and Have
Contact Ruth Gordon, Mentor Center Director
775-445-3346
Western Nevada Community College
Reynolds Building, Room 104B
P.O. Box 2740 Carson City, Nevada 89702
www.wncc.edu/mentor
• Serving youth age 7-18 years old
• $15 Annual Membership
• Daily homework help and tutoring
• Sports leagues for all ages
• Year round programs
Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Nevada
775-882-8820
673 S. Stewart Street
Visit our web site www.bgcwn.org
The Positive Place for Kids
The Children’s Museum
of Northern Nevada
The Adventure continues in 2008…
• Space Shuttle w/Flight Simulator
• Teen Virtual Reality Maze Game
• A Family Museum
• Interactive Hands on Exhibits
• Birthday Parties, Special Events
• Arts & Crafts, Summer Camps
• Books & Brags, Kindermusik
• School Groups & Field Trips
• Gift Shop & Penny Press
813 N. Carson St.
Carson City
884-2226
Children’s
Acti vi ti es...
All New
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Victorian Home Tours
Te Carson City Historical Society will host two tours this year
that allow the public to see some of the community’s historic
Victorian homes.
Locations scheduled to be included in one or both tours are the
Roberts House Museum, Kreps-Peterson House, Olcovich-Meyers
and the Bliss Mansion. More homes will be added to the lists.
Te Victorian Home and Garden Tour focuses on lush
landscaping. Many of the same historic homes will be decorated
in full holiday splendor for the Victorian Christmas Tour.
If you go…
WHEN: 1-6 p.m., June 15 and early December
COST: For each tour - $20 for adult; $15 for
seniors/students; $5 for children ages 5-12.
INFORMATION: Dorothy Dolan, 882-1805
Amy Lisenbe/Nevada Appeal
Visitors exit the Chartz House
at 408 W. Robinson St.
as they make their way through
one of the Victorian Home Tours.
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Tree Lighting Ceremony
Every year, on the first Tursday in December, the residents of
Carson City receive a little illumination during the annual Silver
and Snowflakes Tree Lighting ceremony.
It starts on the Capitol steps and includes the lighting of two
Christmas trees at the Capitol, followed by a walk to Nevada and
Musser streets for the lighting of Carson City’s Christmas tree.
If you go…
WHAT: Silver and Snowflakes
Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony
WHEN: 5:30 p.m., Dec. 4
WHERE: Begins on the west Capitol steps
COST: Tere is no cost for this event
Brad Horn/Nevada Appeal
Santa Claus gives candy out during the annual
Silver & Snowflakes Holiday Tree Lighting ceremony.
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Virginia City International Camel Races
If you go…
WHAT: 48th Annual Virginia City
International Camel Races
WHEN: Sept. 5-7, Parade begins at 11 a.m.,
racing follows from noon-1 p.m.
WHERE: Te parade is down C Street.
Te arena is located at the corner of
F Street and Six Mile Canyon Road
FEATURES: Food, booths and live
entertainment. Crowds of 50,000 eager
onlookers flock to the old west boomtown
during the first weekend following Labor
Day to watch jockeys from around the
world mount camels, emus and ostriches
on their sprints to glory. Once the dust
settles there are daily demonstrations of
historic mining techniques from panning
for gold to hard-rock drilling. Tere’s a
petting zoo, a mountain man encampment
and plenty of food, drink and Virginia
City souvenirs in the town’s many historic
saloons and restaurants. Friday and
Saturday nights feature live music and
barbecues.
Brad Horn/Nevada Appeal
Greg Andrus, of Sacramento, Calif.,
is brought down by his camel
while trying to make a turn.
Brad Horn/Nevada Appeal
Bradley Emmans, of Dayton, with fist in air, races to the
finish line during the semi-finals of the ostrich races.
Brad Horn/Nevada Appeal
Haydee Acebo rumbles along during
the annual Virginia City Camel Races.
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New to Town…
Here’s a list of things you need to do,
places you need to contact if you just moved here.
Schools
Te local school district offi ce will help new residents with issues
in transferring school-age children into their system. For Carson
School District, that’s 283-2000. In Douglas County, the school
district number is 782-5134.
Driver’s License
All new residents are required to get a Nevada driver’s license
within 30 days of moving to the state. DMV requires a valid license
from your old home state, proof of your Social Security number
and, for certain states including California, additional proof such
as a birth certificate. Licenses are $21.25 - $16.25 for those 65 and
older. Further information is available online at
www.nevadadmv.state.nv.us or by calling
DMV’s licensing division at 684-4368 in Carson City.
Vehicle Registration
If you’re a resident, you’re required to register your vehicles
in Nevada. DMV requires proof of vehicle liability insurance
and your current registration and license plates. Te Vehicle
Identification Number must match that on the registration and
will be physically inspected by DMV before Nevada plates are
issued. Owners can keep their out-of-state title but getting a
Nevada title is recommended to simplify selling the vehicle. Tose
registering in Clark or Washoe counties must get a smog check
from a certified inspector. To pay fees, DMV accepts cash, checks,
money orders and major credit cards. More information is
available on the DMV Web site: www.nevadadmv.state.nv.us or by
calling 684-4830.
Power
Electric power in Carson City is provided by Sierra Pacific Power
Co. To start new service, call 834-2900. Te utility requires a name,
address of service and Social Security number. Tey bill a $15 fee
the first month for the connection and take a deposit that varies
according to the average usage at your new address. Te deposit is
returned after a year. Most times, the whole process can be done
by phone.
Water and Sewer
In Carson City, the city provides water and sewer service. Call the
city’s utility offi ce at 887-2355, ext. 2001. Tis applies to buyers
only since the city puts water and sewer in the owner’s name, not
in the name of renters. Call a week before escrow closes and they’ll
take care of it. Tere is no deposit, fees are billed the first month.
Gas
In Reno, gas is also through Sierra Pacific but in Carson City
and most surrounding communities, it’s Southwest Gas Corp.
Southwest is at 882-2126. Te requirements differ according to
where the house is located since Southwest serves a large part of
Northern Nevada as well as California, so their advice is to call and
ask . Tey’ll walk new customers through the process.
Phone
In the Reno / Carson City area, traditional, local phone service
is through AT&T Nevada. AT&T’s number for new service is
800-288-2020. In Minden and Gardnerville service is provided
by Verizon, call 1 (800) 843-3000. With AT&T it’s $33.50 to turn
the line on. If you want a technician to go inside the house and
make sure everything works, add $90. Flat rate service, which
means unlimited local calling, costs $10.88 a month plus taxes.
Long distance is a separate issue and provided by dozens of
competitive companies. A quick credit check while you wait will
determine whether you need to pay a deposit or not. Charter
Communications also offers telephone service, for details contact
number listed below.
Cable TV
Te traditional cable provider in the Carson City area is Charter
Communications at (888) 954-8484. But there are numerous
satellite and other providers. Check the yellow pages under
Television-Cable, Satellite and Web for other options and call local
providers for current rates and specials.
Garbage
Waste Management provides residential trash pickup in Carson
City. Capital Sanitation is at 882-3380. Many Douglas County
residents can contact Douglas Disposal for curbside service. Call
782-5713. Virginia City residents are also serviced by Capital
Sanitation. Dayton residents are serviced by Fernley Sanitation call
882-9933.
Trevor Clark/Nevada Appeal
Jenn McEntee, of Dayton, and Natlie Lieb, of Stagecoach,
run together at Mills Park during their lunch break.
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Carson City Supervisors
Carson City Hall
201 N. Carson Street, Suite 2,
Carson City, NV 89701
Board of Supervisors
Mayor Marv Teixeira
887-2101, ext. 1212
MTeixeira@ci.carson-city.nv.us
Ward 1 Supervisor
Robin Williamson
887-2101, ext.1213
RWilliamson@ci.carson-city.nv.us
Ward 2 Supervisor
Shelly Aldean
885-8282
shelly@tristatecommercial.com
Ward 3 Supervisor
Pete Livermore
887-2101, ext. 1214
PLivermore@ci.carson-city.nv.us
Ward 4 Supervisor
Richard Staub
887-2101, ext. 1206
rstaubesq@earthlink.net
City Manager
Larry Werner
887-2101, ext. 1202
lritter@ci.carson-city.nv.us
Carson City Recreation
851 E. William St.
887-2290
Park Rental Information
For details, contact
Gail Schroeder at the
Recreation Division offi ce,
887-2290, ext. 102, or e-mail
GSchroeder@ci.carson-city.nv.us
Cathleen Allison/Nevada Appeal
A view of City Hall in downtown Carson
City with the Capitol in the background.
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Medical Facilities
Whether you’re a resident of the area or a visitor on vacation,
sometimes accidents happen. For health care in the area, there are
several locations to receive care for a cut, sprain, broken bone or
more serious injuries.
Carson Tahoe Behavioral Health Services
1001 Mountain St. – Offers both in- and out-patient mental
health services, counseling, support groups and family support
and counseling. Call 885-4460.
Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center
1600 Medical Parkway – A 144-bed, nonprofit acute care hospital
that includes emergency room, cardiac services, women and
children’s center, oncology, surgical, ICU, and 12-bed pediatric unit.
Call 445-8000.
Carson Tahoe Cancer Center
1535 Medical Parkway – Housed in the cancer center: oncologists
Dr. John Kelly and Dr. Mark Meadors; radiation therapy; an
infusion center; tumor registry, which submits cancer information
to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the
National Cancer Database; clinical trials and educational outreach.
Call 445-7500.
Sierra Surgery & Imaging
1400 Medical Parkway – Provides inpatient and outpatient
surgical and imaging services in a hospital setting. Call 883-1700.
,Sierra Family Health Center
2527 N. Carson St., Suite 190 – Offers urgent as well as family care.
Te clinic is open from 8 a.m. -5 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
Te clinic accepts most insurances, Medicaid and Medicare, and
offers a sliding fee scale for the uninsured. It is operated by Nevada
Rural Health Centers Inc. Appointments are requested for family
care. Call 887-5140.
Concentra Medical Centers
3488 Goni Road – A workers’ compensation and occupational
clinic open from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.. Monday-Friday. Call 887-5030.
ARC Med Centers
5 Pine Cone Road, Dayton – Offers urgent care, family practice
and expanded occupational medicine services. It is open
8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday and accepts most insurances. Call
246-0200.
Med Direct Urgent Care
1201 S. Carson St. – Offers family health care, drug screening,
pediatrics, comprehensive physicals, X-ray and walk-ins are
welcome. It is open daily from 8 a.m. -8 p.m. in Carson City and
8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday and Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. at its
Dayton location and accepts most insurance plans including
Medicare. In Carson City call 885-4685 or in Dayton, call 246-9001
in Indian Hills call 267-6394. Te Indian Hills offi ce is open
9 a.m. -5 p.m.
Washoe Tribal Health Clinic
1559 Watasheamu St. in Gardnerville – Open from 8 a.m.-
5 p.m. Monday through Friday. It is a family practice clinic for
American Indian patients. Te two-doctor clinic has visiting
specialists, audiologists and a dentist, but offers no urgent care.
Appointments are necessary. Call 265-4215.
Carson Tahoe Emergent Care/Minden Medical Center
925 Ironwood Drive, Suite 1104 in Minden – Open 8 a.m.-
8 p.m. daily. Minden Medical Center services include a
complete laboratory, family practice, emergency/ urgent care,
gastroenterology, general and orthopedic surgery, home health
equipment, internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology,
oncology, pediatrics, physical therapy, radiology, urology and
Veteran’s Administration. Call 783-7800.
Eagle Medical Center
2874 N. Carson St. – Providers include Carson Heart Physicians,
Aspen Family Medical, Capital Medical Associates, Sierra Stress
Clinic, urgent care provider ARC Medcenters, laboratory provider
Quest Diagnostics, High Desert Terapists Inc., orthopedic
surgeon Dr. Roger Rogalski, Great Basin Imaging. Call 283-3391.
Carson Medical Group
1200 Mountain St. – Includes general, family and pediatric
practice, laser clinic, obstetrics and gynecology services.
For information call 882-1324.
Carson Valley Medical Center
1107 Highway 395 South, Gardnerville – 24-hour emergency care,
a laboratory, diabetes center, sleep diagnostics, inpatient, surgery
center, medical imaging, occupational health services, dietitian,
physical therapy services and respiratory. Call 782-1500.
Amy Lisenbe/Nevada Appeal
Hazel Parkins, right, a Carson Tahoe Regional
Medical Center patient, claps as “Oliver!” cast
members from the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival
and Nevada Shakespeare Company sing in her room.
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Calendar of Events continued from page 12
July 23
• Farmers Market,
3-7 p.m. at the Pony Express Pavilion at Mills Park.
Features fresh fruits and vegetables, arts and crafts. Call 746-5024.
July 22
• Te Rebekah Chase Band performs,
7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight
Friday-Saturday at the Carson Nugget Show Lounge,
507 N. Carson St., through July 27. No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
July 27
• Capitol City Music Series,
a free outdoor concert from 5-7 p.m. on the Capitol Legislative
Plaza. Bring lawn chair, picnic or blanket. Call 687-7410.
July 29
• Melissa Dru performs, 7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and
Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday at the Carson Nugget
Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St., through Aug. 3. No cover charge.
Call 882-1626.
July 30
• Farmers Market,
3-7 p.m. at the Pony Express Pavilion at Mills Park.
Features fresh fruits and vegetables, arts and crafts. Call 746-5024.
Aug. 1-3
• Silver Dollar Car Classic,
open to any make and model vehicle. Features Friday night street
dance, Saturday show and shine, Sunday poker run and awards,
all at Mills Park. Call 687-7410.
Aug. 3
• Capitol City Music Series,
a free outdoor concert from 5-7 p.m. on the Capitol Legislative
Plaza. Bring lawn chair, picnic or blanket. Call 687-7410.
Aug. 5
• Open Auditions for “South Pacific, ”
6 p.m. at Western Nevada College, Sarah Winnemucca Hall,
2201 W. College Parkway. A Western Nevada Musical Teatre
Company production. Call 445-4249.
• Retroactive performs, 7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and
Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday at the
Carson Nugget Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St.,
through Aug. 10. No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
Aug. 6
• Farmers Market,
3-7 p.m. at the Pony Express Pavilion at Mills Park.
Features fresh fruits and vegetables, arts and crafts. Call 746-5024.
Aug. 3
• Capitol City Music Series,
a free outdoor concert from 5-7 p.m. on the Capitol Legislative
Plaza. Bring lawn chair, picnic or blanket. Call 687-7410.
Aug. 12
• Te California Band performs,
7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight
Friday-Saturday at the Carson Nugget Show Lounge,
507 N. Carson St., through Aug. 17. No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
Aug. 13
• Farmers Market,
3-7 p.m. at the Pony Express Pavilion at Mills Park.
Features fresh fruits and vegetables, arts and crafts. Call 746-5024.
Aug. 15-17
• Jazz and Beyond music festival, features more than 25
musical acts at the Brewery Arts Center and Performance Hall,
449 W. King St. Plus brew and wine tasting and Sunday jazz
brunch. Call 883-1976.
Aug. 19
• Te Buddy Emmer Band performs,
7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight
Friday-Saturday at the Carson Nugget Show Lounge,
507 N. Carson St., through Aug. 24. No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
Aug. 20
• Farmers Market,
3-7 p.m. at the Pony Express Pavilion at Mills Park.
Features fresh fruits and vegetables, arts and crafts. Call 746-5024.
Aug. 22-23
• Reno Cowboy Poetry and Music Gathering,
7 p.m. at Bartley Ranch Regional Park. Features cowboy poetry
readings and musical performances, open mic sessions,
photography exhibitions, food and vendor booths,
documentary screenings. Tickets start at $20. Call 830-7087.
Aug. 26
• Tina and Company performs,
7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight
Friday-Saturday at the Carson Nugget Show Lounge,
507 N. Carson St., through Aug. 31. No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
Aug. 27
• Farmers Market,
3-7 p.m. at the Pony Express Pavilion at Mills Park.
Features fresh fruits and vegetables, arts and crafts. Call 746-5024.
Sept. 2
• Te Method performs, 7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday
and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday at the
Carson Nugget Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St., through Sept. 7.
No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
Sept. 5-7
• International Virginia City Camel Races,
includes jokey party, media races, Camel Hump Ball, parade,
races and awards. Call 847-0311 or (800) 718-SLVR.
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Northern Nevada Museums
Carson City boasts many fine museums. History abounds from
one to the other, offering special experiences for the kids and
adults alike.
Children’s Museum of Northern Nevada
813 N. Carson St., 884-2226. Te museum is open from 10 a.m.-
4:30 p.m. Te museum is closed Mondays. Admission is $3 for
ages 14-younger; $5 adults and free to kids ages 2-younger. Te
museum is most fun for children because it has hands-on displays,
exhibits and demonstrations, including a large walk-on piano
keyboard and warped mirrors to distort the body’s image.
Te museum offers fun for children and adults. It’s a place of fun
and discovery alike.
Nevada State Library and Archives
100 N. Stewart St., 684-3360. Admission is free to the Nevada
State Library and Archives. It is open from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday
through Friday. It features rotating exhibits, a video on Nevada’s
admission to the Union and the original State Constitution.
Te building’s design incorporates the state’s first printing
building, which operated from 1885-86.
The Roberts House Museum and Park
1207 N. Carson St., 887-2174. Te Roberts House Museum is open
from 1-3 p.m. Friday through Sunday, or by special appointment.
Cost is $3 per person for a tour. Te home is an outstanding
example of Gothic Revival architecture believed to have been
shipped from New England to San Francisco, then transported
to Northern Nevada in 1873 by V&T Railroad flat car. Plans to
raze the home in the late 1960s drew public outcry, enough to
raise hundreds of thousands of dollars to refurbish it. It is home to
afternoon teas, sewing and teddy bear exhibits, June garden tour,
July ice cream social and the Victorian Homes tour.
Nevada State Railroad Museum
2180 S. Carson St., 687-6953. Open daily from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.,
admission is $4 adults; $3 seniors, free to ages 17-younger.
Regarded as one of the finest regional railroad museums in the
country, the Nevada State Railroad Museum includes five steam
locomotives and several restored coaches and freight cars. Most
featured equipment is the Comstock era’s Virginia and Truckee
Railroad.
Nevada State Museum and Carson City Mint
600 N. Carson St., 687-4810. Open daily from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Spring and summer from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission is $5 adults;
$3 seniors, free to ages 17-younger. Te Nevada State Museum
was originally built as a U.S. Mint, which operated from 1870-93,
turning Comstock silver into coins. Today the museum is known
worldwide for exhibits ranging from the remains of an extinct
mammoth found in the Blackrock Desert to Dat-So-La-Lee
Washoe Indian baskets, a ghost town and even an underground
mine mockup. Coins are still minted on the historic Coin Press No.
1 the last Friday of each month.
Nevada State Capitol
Corner of Musser and Carson streets, 687-4810. Open daily from
8 a.m.-5 p.m. No charge; guided tours available. Completed in
1871, Nevada’s quintessential, most recognizable landmark with
its silver-colored cupola. Changing historic exhibits are displayed
along with state governor’s portraits.
Washoe Tribe Archive and Cultural Center
861 Crescent Drive, 888-0936. Call for appointment. Te center
is an archive facility with tribal and archaeological records and
documents of historic importance. It includes a small display of
baskets and art created by tribal artisans.
GENOA/CARSON VALLEY
Dake Hawkins House
2242 Main St., Genoa, 782-4951. Open daily from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.,
admission is free. Built in the early 1870s, the home is gothic
Victorian and considered one of the oldest in Nevada. Victorian
furnishings and country pine are on display.
Genoa Courthouse
2304 Main St., Genoa, 782-4325. Open 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m., mid-May
to mid-October. Admission $3 adult; $2 youth, 6-younger free.
Free to Douglas County Historical Society members.
Te original Douglas County Courthouse from 1865-1916, it
later served as the Genoa Schoolhouse. Today it features pioneer
exhibits, Washoe Indian artifacts and basketry.
Mormon Station
2295 Main St., Genoa, 782-2590. Open daily mid-May to mid-
October, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; fee for group tours. A trading post
established during the California Gold Rush where travelers rested
and purchased supplies before tackling the Sierra Nevada. Te
first permanent settlement in Nevada was later renamed Genoa.
Museum and stockade exhibits; picnic area.
Carson Valley Museum and Cultural Center
1477 Highway 395, Gardnerville, 782-2555. Open 10 a.m.-
4:30 p.m. daily. Adults $3; $2 youth, age 6-younger free. Douglas
County Historical Society members free. Gift shop. Ethnic and
American Indian, Carson Valley history and changing exhibits.
Te Cultural Center also housed a school from 1916-85.
VIRGINIA CITY
Nevada State Fire Museum
51 S. C St., 847-0717. Open daily from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. mid-May
to mid-October. No charge; donations accepted. Originally
organized in the 1860s, Liberty Engine Company No. 1 is still
an operating volunteer firefighting unit. Vintage photographs,
uniforms, tools and memorabilia from the Comstock Era are on
display.
Mackay Mansion
129 D. St., 847-0173. Open daily from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Admission $3.
Built in 1860 as headquarters for John Mackay, “King of the
Comstock.” Mining artifacts, original furnishings and Tiffany silver
are exhibited.
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Fourth Ward School Cultural Center and Museum
537 S. C St., 847-0975. Open daily from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. May
through October. Admission $2 adults, $1 children ages 6-12.
Completed in 1876, the school houses permanent and changing
exhibits featuring the history and culture of the Comstock.
Way It Was Museum
118 N. C St., 847-0766. Open daily (seasonal) 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Adults $2.50, free ages 11-younger. Exhibiting the world’s most
complete collection of Comstock mining artifacts plus rare
photos, lithographs and maps from the “Bonanza” period.
The Castle
70 S. B St., 847-0275. Open daily end of May to mid-October from
11 a.m.-5 p.m. Adults $3.50, children ages 6-12, 50 cents, free ages
5-younger. Te last remaining original mansion (not restored) with
authentic furnishings, imported from Europe in 1868. Original
paint, crystal chandeliers, silver doorknobs and accents, Italian
hanging stairways, Carrara marble fireplaces and steel engravings
from 1852.
Territorial Enterprise
47-53 S. C St., 847-7950. Admission $1. Open daily from 9:30 a.m.-
7 p.m. in summer; 10 a.m.-5 p.m. winter. Te third offi ce of the
Territorial Enterprise newspaper, built in 1876, boasted the first
steampress in Nevada. Famous American writers Mark Twain, Alf
Doten and Dan DeQuille got their starts here.
Storey County Courthouse
26-27 S. B St., Virginia City, 847-0968. Open Monday through
Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; free. Te state’s oldest continuously operating
courthouse.
Liberty Engine Company No. 1
51 S. C St., Virginia City, 847-0717.
Mark Twain Museum
47 S. C St., Virginia City, 847-0525.
Marshal Mint Gift Shop and Museum
98 C St., Virginia City, 847-0777. See the five-pound gold nugget
and watch the minting on commemorative coins. Open 7 days a
week (except Tanksgiving and Christmas) 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; free.
Nevada Gambling Museum
22 S. C St., Virginia City, 847-9022.
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The Nevada Historical Society
Te state’s oldest museum. It is at 1650 N. Virginia St., on the University
of Nevada, Reno campus. Museum programs include an active
exhibition schedule, lectures and docent-guided tours for students.
Te museums research room is open to the public from noon- 4 p.m.
Tuesday-Saturday. Te exhibit galleries and museum store are open
from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Admission is $3 adults;
$2 seniors and ages 17-older; children and members are free.
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Area Church Services
APOSTOLIC CHURCH OF CARSON CITY
1885 E. Long St., Carson City, 841-2919. Sunday worship 11 a.m.;
Sunday school 9:45 a.m.; evening worship 6; Tursday prayer
session, Bible study 6 p.m.
BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN CHURCH, L.C.M.S.
1837 Mountain St., Paul Deterding, pastor, 882-5252;
www.blcs.org. Sunday worship, 8 and 10:30 a.m.; Sunday
school and Bible class, 9:15 a.m. Child Care Sunday school only.
Wednesday Bible Study, 9:30 a.m.; Men’s prayer breakfast 6:30 a.m.
Fridays at Creekside Deli; home Bible studies during the week.
Preschool, Christian Day School through eighth grade; Lonnie
Karges, principal. Daycare Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
BREAD OF LIFE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
10042 Highway 50 East, Mound House; John Wiltse, pastor,
246-9997. Sunday service 10 a.m.; Tuesday Bible study 7 p.m.
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
Highway 50 and Flowery Ave., Dayton; Jerry Peterson, pastor;
246-0808. Sunday school and Bible study, all ages, 9:30 a.m.;
Sunday services at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.; ladies Bible study,
Wednesday, 9:30 a.m.; adult Bible study, Tursday, 7 p.m. For
aerobics and Boy Scouts, call 246-0808.
CALVARY CHAPEL CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
1635 Clearview Drive, Patrick J. Propster, pastor, 883-5215. Sunday
worship at 9 and 11 a.m., both services include Children’s ministry;
Wednesday service 7 p.m.; junior and senior high youth groups
6:30 p.m. Tuesday; Men’s and Women’s Bible studies.
CALVARY CHAPEL OF CARSON VALLEY
1004 Dresslerville Road, Gardnerville, 265-3259; Dan Steen, pastor;
Jack Crandall, associate pastor. Sunday worship 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.;
Children and youth classes 9 a.m.; Bible study 7 p.m. Tuesday;
Ladies Bible study 7 p.m. Wednesday; Youth Group Tursday
7 p.m.; Calvary Kids Club Friday 6:30 p.m.; Men’s Bible study
8 a.m. Saturday.
CALVARY CHRISTIAN DAYTON VALLEY
meets at Dayton Intermediate School; 10 a.m. Sunday;
Garry Leist, pastor; 230-3573. For events, visit Web site;
www.calvarychapeldayton.com.
CALVARY PENTECOSTAL CHURCH
220 W. Winne Lane, 882-2238. Sunday worship 11 a.m.; 6 p.m.
prayer, 6:30 worship; Wednesday 7 p.m. Bible classes.
Visit www.readytobefree.net.
CAPITAL BAPTIST CHURCH
4555 S. Edmonds Dr., Lary Rothchild, pastor, 885-0880. Bible study
all ages, 9:30 a.m.; morning worship, 10:50 a.m.; evening worship
6 p.m.; choir practice Sunday 8:15 a.m.; Wednesday adult Bible
study, 9:30 a.m.; Bible study/youth group, 7 p.m.
CAPITAL CHRISTIAN CENTER (CAPITAL ASSEMBLY OF GOD)
1600 Snyder Ave. (at Edmonds), phone 883-3355, Stanley Friend,
pastor. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; Sunday service 9 and 10:30 a.m.;
Wednesday family night all ages 7 p.m. Capital Christian Preschool
and Capital Christian Childcare Center, complete program all ages,
883-1478. Capital Christian School grades K-8, 883-3009, or e-mail
staff@capitalchristianusa.org.
CARSON VALLEY CHRISTIAN CENTER
1095 Stephanie Way, Minden, John Jackson, pastor, 267-0151.
Saturday service 7 p.m.; Sunday services at 8, 9:30 and 11 a.m.
Children’s programming for birth through 6th grade.
CARSON VALLEY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
1375 Centerville Lane, Gardnerville, 89410. Pete Nelson, pastor,
782-4600. Contemporary service 8:30 a.m.; Traditional service
10 a.m.; Sunday school through grade 6, 10 a.m.; Women’s Bible
study 10 a.m. Tuesday; Men’s Bible study noon Tuesday
CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
1436 Industrial Way, Unit A&C, Gardnerville, 89410;
Andrew Sholtes, pastor, 782-3781. Worship and Children’s
Sunday School 9 a.m.; Sunday Adult Bible study 10:15 a.m.
CHURCH OF CHRIST – AIRPORT ROAD
3209 Airport Road, Bruce Henderson, minister, 882-5046.
Sunday worship, 11 a.m., Bible classes; 10 a.m., Sunday evening
worship; 6 p.m. Bible class. Call for appointment or transportation.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST of LATTER-DAY SAINTS
1331 McKay Drive, 883-5383. Lone Mountain Ward: Bishop,
Kim Bean, 882-5335. Sunday worship, 9 a.m.; Enrichment night
first Wednesday of the month, 6:30 p.m.; Youth night Tuesdays.
Kings Canyon Branch – Single Young Adults - President William
Coverley, 884-3127; Sunday worship 1 p.m.; Branch activity every
Monday.
Clear Creek Ward: Bishop Nolan Greenburg, 885-8806.
Sunday worship 11 a.m.; Relief Society Enrichment night first
Wednesday of each month 6:30 p.m.; Youth night Tuesdays.
Te following wards meet at 411 N. Saliman Dr., 883-4290.
Carson River Ward: Bishop Mitch Cohen, 883-4305.
Sunday worship 9 a.m.; Relief Society Enrichment night first
Tuesday of each month, 6:30 p.m.; Youth night Wednesdays.
Eagle Valley Branch – Spanish Language: Branch President
Eric Sturgess, 884-2496. Sunday worship, 11 a.m. Relief Society
Enrichment night first Tursday of each month 6:30 p.m.; Youth
night Tursdays.
Hot Springs Ward: Bishop John Flansburg, 882-4221. Sunday
worship 1 p.m.; Enrichment Night meeting first Tuesday of month,
6:30 p.m.; Youth Night Tuesdays.
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411 N. Saliman Dr., 884-2064. Tuesday, Wednesday, Tursday 10
a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m-4 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
304 Driftwood Way, Dayton, 246-5869. Bishop Ron Niblett,
246-5866. Sunday Worship Service, 9 a.m.; Mutual Wednesday, 7 p.m.;
Relief Society Enrichment night first Tursday of the month, 6:30 p.m.
Spruce and Desert streets, Minden, 782-4234. First Ward:
Bishop Robert Hook, 782-5872. Sunday worship 9 a.m.;
Relief Society Enrichment night first Tursday of each month
6:30 p.m.; Mutual Tuesday 7 p.m.
Second Ward: Bishop Doug Christenson, 782-7890.
Sunday worship 11 a.m.; Relief Society Enrichment night first
Tuesday of month 6:30 p.m.; Mutual Wednesday 7 p.m.
Tird Ward: Bishop Will Blankenship, 782-3885.
Sunday worship 1 p.m.; Relief Society Enrichment night first
Tursday of each month 6:30 p.m.; Mutual Tursday 7 p.m.
CONNECTED
900 Mallory Way, Carson City; Steve Pollard, pastor, 887-1177.
Service at 9 and 10:45 a.m. Sunday.
CORPUS CHRISTI CATHOLIC COMMUNITY
5335 Snyder Ave., Carson City, 882-1967. James J. Setelik, pastor.
Weekday Masses Wednesday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.; weekend
masses Saturday, 4 p.m., Sunday 8 a.m. and 10 a.m.; confessions,
Saturday, 3-3:30 p.m.; Hispanic mass at 6 p.m. Sat, noon Sundays.
COVENTRY CROSS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
1631 Esmeralda St., Minden, Shep Curtis, pastor, 782-4161.
Holy Eucharist, fall schedule, 10 a.m., summer schedule, 9 a.m.;
Sunday school for grades PreK-sixth. Coffee hour after services.
CROSSROADS NAZARENE CHURCH
1788 Pinenut Road, Gardnerville, 782-4498, Bill Powers, pastor.
Sunday school 8:45 a.m.; Sunday Celebration worship 9:45 a.m.
and 6 p.m.; Small groups & Bible studies meet during the week.
DAYSPRING CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLY
974 Tillman Lane, Gardnerville, Frederick A. Muster, pastor;
Karl Moe, youth pastor; 265-3544. Sunday service 10 a.m.;
Mighty Men of Valor 6 a.m. Tuesday at Sharkey’s; Wednesday
meeting for vision, strategy and prayer 7 p.m.
DAYTON VALLEY COMMUNITY CHURCH
meets at 5000 Highway 50 East (at 6-Mile Canyon), Dayton,
246-7167, Jim Richardson, pastor. Sunday services and children’s
church 10 a.m.; Youth grades 7-12, 4:30-6 p.m. Sunday at church.
EXCITED FOR JESUS
480 Clear Creek Ave. (at Father’s Heart Church), Carson City.
Brett Metcalf, pastor, 443-0963. Services held 6 p.m. Saturday.
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH AND ACADEMY
5715 Elm St., Box 996, Silver Springs, 89429, 577-9600. Dick Cervi,
pastor. Junior church 10 a.m. to noon; Sunday school 10 a.m.;
Sunday services at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Wednesday teen group 6:30
p.m.; Wednesday Bible study 7 p.m.; Kings Kids Fridays at 7 p.m.;
Reformers Unanimous Fridays at 7 p.m.
FATHER’S HEART CHURCH
480 Clear Creek Ave. near Stewart Indian School. Steve Storey,
pastor, 883-8078. Non-denominational, contemporary family
church. Sunday service, 9:30 a.m.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
1750 Mountain St., Tomas Chandler, pastor; 882-1851.
Sunday school and Bible study all ages 9:30 a.m.; Worship service,
10:45 a.m.; Revival Youth Creative Movement class, 4 p.m. Sunday;
Hour of Power Youth Ministry Sunday 5:30 p.m.; Tuesday Ladies
Bible Study 10 a.m.; Wednesday Adult/Youth Bible study 6:30
p.m.; Wednesday Adult/Youth Celebration Choir rehearsal 6:30
p.m.; Preschool and Children mission group Wednesday 6:30 p.m.;
Friday college and career Bible study 7 p.m.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH of Minden/Gardnerville
1696 Highway 395 North, Minden, 782-5513. Adam Barkley,
pastor. Sunday school for all ages 9 a.m.; Worship service 10:30
a.m.; Men’s fellowship 7 p.m. Wednesday; Women’s fellowship
10:30 a.m., 6 p.m. Tursday.
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
326 E. John St., Ken Haskins, pastor, Micheal Hurlbert, youth
pastor, 883-4836. Sunday, early worship, 8 a.m.; Bible school,
9:30 a.m.; morning worship, 10:30 a.m.; evening worship 6 p.m.;
Bible study, Wednesday, 7 p.m.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST
110 Clear Creek Ave., 883-2178. Sunday service and Sunday school
at 10 a.m.; Wednesday meeting 7:30 p.m. Child care provided;
www.christiansciencenevada.org.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
110 N. Nevada St. 882-1032, Bruce Kochsmeier, pastor;
Alan Dorway, associate pastor. Sunday Worship 9 and 10:45 a.m.
in Family Life Center; Coffee Fellowship 10:15 a.m.;
Sunday school 9 a.m.; Nursery 8:30 a.m.
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
corner of Musser and Division streets, Carson City, 882-1436.
Rob Jennings-Teats and Dixie Jennings-Teats, pastors. Sunday
worships 8, 9:30, 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. (Te Gathering), Taize service
6:30 p.m.; Sunday school 9:30 a.m.; Coffee fellowship 10:30 a.m.
Web: www.carson1umc.org
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“THE FOUNTAINHEAD” FOURSQUARE CHURCH
3690 Highway 395 (just north of Jacks Valley Rd.), Carson City,
89702, Louie Locke Sr., pastor, 267-4488 or fax 267-4fax. Sunday
service at 9:30 a.m., Cafe Fellowship after service; Saturday service
at 6 p.m.; Youth Group (middle-, high-school students) meets at
6:30 p.m. Tursdays; college group Sunday nights.
Web site www.fountainheadcc.org.
FULL GOSPEL FELLOWSHIP PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF GOD
921 Mitch Drive, Gardnerville Ranchos; 265-1953.
Sunday worship 10:30 a.m., evening service call for information;
Tursday Bible study at 7 p.m.
GARDNERVILLE CONGREGATION OF JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall, 1151 Kimmerling Road, Gardnerville, 265-5481.
Sunday: public lecture, 4 p.m.; Watchtower study, 4:50 p.m.;
Tuesday: theocratic ministry school, 7:30 p.m.; service 8:20 p.m.
GENOA COMMUNITY CHURCH
182 Nixon St., Genoa, P.O. Box 35, Genoa, 89411; 782-1233,
267-1130. Sunday service 9 a.m., all welcome; non-denominational.
GOOD SHEPHERD WESLEYAN CHURCH
1505 Railroad Drive, 885-8361 or 885-8299. M. H. Dennis, pastor.
Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; Sunday worship services, 8:30 and
10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.; Wednesday service 7 p.m.; Other
ministries: nursery, Kids Club, junior high, youth, singles, ladies,
men, Young at Heart and Bible studies.
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
801 Overland Loop, Dayton. Jean-Paul Escalera pastor, 246-0914;
also, Mark Escalera, pastor. Sunday Bible study 10 a.m.;
Sunday worship 11 a.m.; Wednesday prayer and Bible study 7 p.m.
Visit www.gracenv.com.
GRACE COMMUNITY CHURCH
a reformed Baptist church, 1426 Industrial Way, Gardnerville,
782-6516, Brian Borgman, pastor. Sunday school 9 a.m.,
family worship 10:30 a.m., 5 p.m.; Bible studies 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday; Kids Desiring God (October-May) 6:30 p.m. Wed.
HIGH SIERRA FELLOWSHIP (non-denominational)
1516 Highway 395, Suite E (Haas Center) Gardnerville,
Rich Lammay, senior pastor, Barry Simpson, youth pastor,
782-7486. Sunday worship, 9:30 a.m.; Wednesday Bible study,
7 p.m. Youth group, children’s ministries.
HILLTOP COMMUNITY CHURCH
3616 N. Sunridge Dr., Carson City. (East of Jacks Valley light).
Joel Berger, pastor; P.J. Lewis, youth pastor, 267-3020. Saturday
worship 6:30 p.m.; Sunday worship 9 a.m.; Sunday schools at
6:30 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m. Sunday; Jr and Sr high Sunday school
Saturday 6:30 p.m.; Jr high program Tuesday evenings, Sr high
Wednesday evenings. Bible studies held during the week.
LAKEVIEW BAPTIST CHURCH for STAGECOACH/SILVER SPRINGS
5280 Anita Ave., Silver Springs, 89429. Jim Townzen, pastor;
629-6948. Sunday service 11 a.m.; Sunday school 9:45 a.m.
Wednesday prayer and Bible study, 7 p.m.
LIGHTHOUSE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
1080C Highway 95A, Silver Springs. Gladys Rushing, pastor,
721-8211. Sunday school 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m.
MINDEN CONGREGATION OF JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall, 1151 Kimmerling Road, Gardnerville, 265-5481.
Sunday: public lecture, 10 a.m.; Watchtower study, 10:50 a.m.;
Wednesday: book study, 4 p.m.; Tursday: theocratic ministry
school, 7:30 p.m.; service meeting, 8:20 p.m.
NEW BEGINNINGS CHRISTIAN CHURCH
145 Esmeralda Drive Washoe Valley; 849-2830. Sunday worship
10:30 a.m.; Adult Bible study Wednesday at 7 p.m. Christian Youth
Fellowship, 6:30 p.m. Monday; Preschool and Latch-key
Monday-Friday, 6:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
NEW LIFE FOURSQUARE CHURCH
140 Pike St., Dayton; P.O. Box 2420, Dayton, 89403, Kelly Young,
pastor, 246-3345. Sunday service and children’s church 10 a.m.;
Youth group 5 p.m. Wednesday at church.
PONDEROSA BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH (INDEPENDENT)
Dr. JM Ranspot, pastor, 841-5141, meets at Carson City
Community Center, Sierra Room on Sundays for Sunday school 10
a.m., worship 11 a.m., evening worship 6 p.m.;
Tursday Bible study 7 p.m., Bonanza Room.
POTTER’S HOUSE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP CHURCH
264 Winne Lane, Carson City, Don Honzay, pastor,
phone 841-4544 or 841-6403. Wednesday services, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday Bible study 9:30 a.m., worship, 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Non-denominational.
ROCK OF SALVATION
480 Clear Creek Ave., 883-3770. Sunday services 11:30 a.m.;
Wednesday service 7 p.m. All services in Spanish and English.
SALVATION ARMY CHURCH
661 Colorado St., Carson City, Capt. Erica Helton, pastor;
phone 887-9120. Sunday fellowship 10:30 a.m.
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH
405 College Parkway, phone 882-3541; pastor Ron Torkelsen.
Sabbath school, Saturday 9:30 a.m., worship service, 10:50 a.m.;
mid-week study hour 7 p.m. Wednesday.
SHEPHERD of the SIERRA LUTHERAN CHURCH
3680 Highway 395 South, 267-3680. Sunday services 8:30 and 11
a.m.; Sunday school and Bible study, 9:45 a.m.
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Service Groups
MONDAY
Alcoholics Anonymous - 6:45 a.m. at First United Methodist
Church, 412 W. Musser St., nonsmoking.
Al-Anon - 7-8:30 p.m. at River of Life Ministries,
655 Highway 50 E., Dayton. Call 246-7904.
Carson Aerie No. 1006 Fraternal Order of Eagles - 7 p.m. first
and third Monday, Aerie Hall. Information: 883-1006.
Carson City Eagles Auxiliary - 7 p.m. first and third Monday,
Eagles Hall. Information: 883-1006.
Carson City Historical Society - 6:30 p.m. first Monday.
Information: 882-1805.
Carson City Hepatitis C Support Group - 6 p.m. second
Monday at Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center, Aspen Room.
Information: 883-5415.
Carson City Music Club - 7 p.m. second Monday at the Brewery
Arts Center, upstairs, 449 W. King St. Information: 882-9517.
Carson Host Lions Club - noon at Grandma Hattie’s, 2811 S.
Carson St. Call 267-4794.
Gamblers Anonymous - 7 p.m. at Carson Valley Medical Center
in Gardnerville, open step/therapy meeting; also 5-6 p.m. at 160 E.
Long St, Carson City. Information: 887-3947.
NAMI, Carson City Alliance of the Mentally Ill - third
Monday at 7 p.m. at Behavioral Health Services at Williams and
Minnesota streets. Affi liated with State and National Alliance
Mentally Ill (NAMI).
Sundowner Sertoma Club - 7 p.m. first Monday, Grandma
Hattie’s. Information: 883-0444.
TUESDAY
Advocates to End Domestic Violence - 10-11 a.m., support
group for victims and survivors of domestic violence.
Information: 883-7654.
A Course in Miracles - 5:30 p.m. study group, meets at United
Church of Religious Science. 675 Fairview Drive, Suite 218 .
Information: 841-9339.
Alcoholics Anonymous - 6:45 a.m. at First United Methodist
Church, 412 W. Musser St., nonsmoking.
Alcoholics Anonymous - noon, women, First Presbyterian
Church, nonsmoking.
Blue Star Moms - 6 p.m. second Tuesday at Silver Oak Golf
Course, 1251 Country Club Drive. Open to all adult-age military
family members. Call 232-3379.
Carson City Parkinson’s Support Group - 2 p.m. at Carson
City Senior Ctr., Jobs Peak Room, 911 Beverly Dr. Call 328-1715.
Capital Nevada Toastmasters - noon, B’Sghetti’s Restaurant
(lower level), 318 N. Carson St., guests welcome, $10 - includes
lunch. Information: 283-4217.
Capitol Post No. 4 American Legion and Auxiliary - 6 p.m.
potluck, 7 p.m. meeting second Tues., Veteran’s Hall. Call 267-9456.
Carson City Elks Lodge 2177 - 7:30 p.m. first, third and fourth
Tuesday. Call 882-2177.
Carson City Maverick Lions Club - 6:30 p.m. first and third
Tuesday at Tequila Dan’s, at Lompa Lane and East Highway 50.
Information: 841-3601.
Carson City Republican Women’s Club - 11 a.m. third Tues. w/
guest speaker. Buffet luncheon, Carson Nugget. Info: 841-3553.
Compassionate Friends
No. Nevada Chapter - 7 p.m. last Tuesday, Te Cancer Resource
Center, 1535 Medical Pkwy. Information: 883-5388, 883-9037.
Coping Together with Breast Cancer Support Group - 5:30
p.m. second Tuesday, Te Cancer Resource Center, 1535 Medical
Parkway. Information: 445-7501 or (877) 284-2627.
Coping Together with Blood Cancers -4:30 p.m. first Tuesday.
Support group for lymphoma, myeloma and leukemia patients,
Te Cancer Resource Center, 1535 Medical Parkway. Information:
445-7501 or (877) 284-2627.
Gamblers Anonymous - noon at First Christian Church 326
E. John St., 5-6 p.m., 160 E. Long St., 7:30 p.m. Dayton Center.
Information: 356-8070.
Kit Carson Toastmasters Club - 6:30 a.m., Grandma Hattie’s,
visitors welcome. Information: 885-7579, 882-0679.
Multiple Sclerosis Support Group - 10:30 a.m. fourth Tuesday
at Grandma Hattie’s, 2801 S. Carson St. Call 885-0307.
Rotary Club of Carson City - noon, Carson Nugget.
Information: 720-9804.
WEDNESDAY
Advocates to End Domestic Violence - 5:45-6:45 p.m., support
group for victims & survivors of domestic violence. Info: 883-7654.
Al-Anon - 7 p.m. Family Group meeting, Carson City Senior
Citizens Center, 911 Beverly Drive. Information: 348-7103.
Alcoholics Anonymous - 7 p.m. at Methodist Church, 1375
Centerville Lane, Gardnerville. Open, non smoking, speaker/
discussion meeting. Call 355-1151.
Alcoholics Anonymous 6:45 a.m. at First United Methodist
Church, 412 W. Musser St., non smoking.
Alzheimer’s Support Group - 1 p.m. first and third Wednesday
at Carson City Senior Citizens Ctr 911 Beverly Dr. Call 849-1864.
Capital Business Network - 7:30 a.m. at Grandma Hattie’s, 2811
S. Carson St. Call 450-4940.
Carson City Aerie Junior Eagles - 7 p.m. first and third
Wednesday, Aerie Hall. Call 883-1006.
Carson City Jaycees - 7 p.m. first and third Wednesday at Boys
and Girls Club of Western Nevada. Information: 882-7207.
Carson City Symphony (a community orchestra) - 7:15-9:30 p.m.
rehearsals at Carson High School band room. Call 883-4154.
Carson City Christian Women’s Club - third Wednesday of
the month, Gold Dust West, with guest speakers and special
programs. Information: 232-9700.
Carson Sertoma Club - noon, Q’s Restaurant. Info: 883-4073.
Carson Valley Active 20-30 Club - 8 p.m., French Hotel and Bar,
Gardnerville.
Carson Valley Toastmasters - 6:30 a.m. at Tail Draggers Cafe,
1150 Airport Road, Minden. Call 782-3230, 265-6129.
Co-Dependents Anonymous - 6-7:30 p.m., women only,
United Methodist Church. Information: 882-0756, 883-4077.
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Service Groups continued from page 45
Daughters of the American Revolution, Battle Born
Chapter - noon, third Wednesday at B’Sghetti’s Restaurant,
318 N. Carson St. Call 883-7972.
Douglas County Republican Women’s Club - first Wednesday
11 a.m. at the Carson Valley Inn, Minden. Information: 782-3967.
Douglas County Sheriffs Mounted Posse - 6:30 p.m. second
Wednesday at Sheriff’s Offi ce in Minden.
Gamblers Anonymous Spanish - 7 p.m. at First Christian
Church 326 E. John St. Information: 356-8070.
Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group -
7 p.m. at Educare, Lone Mtn. and Sage streets. Call 246-4890.
Grief Support Group - 6:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church,
1750 Mountain St. Call 882-1851 or 883-1193.
Jacks Valley Volunteer Fire Department - 7:30 p.m. second
and fourth Wednesday, Jacks Valley Road Firehouse.
Information: 883-3344, 782-4480 after 6 p.m.
Kit Carson Post 3726 Ladies Auxiliary - 7:30 p.m. fourth
Wednesday, Heroes Memorial Hall.
Men’s Cancer Group - 6:30 p.m. second Wednesday, Te Cancer
Resource Center, 1535 Medical Pkwy. Information: 445-7501.
Narcotics Anonymous - noon, Methodist Church,
412 W. Musser St. Open meetings. Hotline: 883-5110.
Senior Service Network - 8:30 a.m. first Wednesday at
2100 California St., Suite 2. Call 841-6033.
Sierra Nevada Republican Women - luncheon meeting, second
Wednesday, Two Guys from Italy, Gardnerville. Info: 265-2841.
Soroptimist International of Carson City - 11:45 a.m.,
Carson Nugget. Information: 450-4940.
VFW Women’s Auxiliary - 7:30 p.m. fourth Wednesday,
Heroes Memorial Hall.
THURSDAY
Alcoholics Anonymous - noon, open discussion; 6:15 p.m.
closed men’s stag; 8 p.m. closed discussion, Alano Club. Info: 355-
1151.
Alcoholics Anonymous - 6:45 a.m. at First United Methodist
Church, 412 W. Musser St., non smoking.
American Legion High Desert Post 56 - 1-5 p.m. service offi cer
available at FISH, 138 E. Long St. to assist veterans with benefit
questions and other information. Call 882-8448.
Carson City Emblem Club No. 507 - 7 p.m. first and fourth
Tursday, Elks Lodge, 515 N. Nevada St. Information: 882-2177.
Carson City JayCees - 7 p.m. at B’Sghetti’s Restaurant,
318 N. Carson St. in the deli area. Information: 246-0128.
Carson City Maverick Lions - 7:30 p.m. first and third Tursday,
Round Table Pizza, Eagle Station Shopping Center. Information:
882-2848, 885-1651, 687-5604.
Carson City Natives and Newcomers - 11:30 a.m. second
Tursday, Carson Nugget. Information: 885-0149.
Carson Prostate Group - 7 p.m. second Tursday,
Te Cancer Resource Center. Information: 445-7501.
Carson City Sunset Rotary Club - 6:30-8 p.m.
at Silver Oak Clubhouse/restaurant. Info: 849-2134.
Carson Communicators Toastmasters Club - 5:30 p.m.,
Grandma Hattie’s Restaurant, 2811 S. Carson St. Info: 882-9318
Douglas County Democratic Central Committee - second
Tursday, 7 p.m. 1662 Hwy 395 No. 105. Call: 783-1903 or 338-1561.
Gamblers Anonymous - noon, at First Christian Church, 326 E.
John St. Information: 356-8070.
Kiwanis Club of Carson City - noon at Casino Fandango.
Information: 841-7163.
Kiwanis Club of Gardnerville/Carson Valley - 6:30 a.m.,
Sharkey’s. Information: 782-2160.
Korean War Veterans Chapter 305 - 11 a.m. first Tursday at
Veterans Hall, corner of Second and Curry streets. Call: 246-3767.
League of Women Voters of Carson City - 7 p.m. third
Tursday, location varies. Information: 885-7404.
Narcotics Anonymous - 7 p.m., 915 W. Musser. 883-5110.
Prostate Cancer Support Group - 7 p.m. second Tursday, for
cancer patients and their loved ones, Te Cancer Resource Center,
1535 Medical Parkway. Information: 445-7501 or (877) 284-2627.
Sheridan Volunteer Fire Department - 7 p.m. at Sheridan
Firehouse, Centerville and Sheridan Lane, Information: 265-5599.
Sierra Intermountain Emergency Radio Association
(SIERA) - 7 p.m. at Carson Valley United Methodist Church,
1375 Centerville Lane, Gardnerville. Call 749-5545.
Society for Preservation and Encouragement of Barbershop
Quartet Singing in America - 7:30 p.m., at Carson City Senior
Center, 911 Beverly Drive. Call: 720-8316.
Warren Engine Company No. 1 - 7 p.m. fourth Tursday,
Central Fire Station.
FRIDAY
Advocates to End Domestic Violence - noon-1 p.m., support
group for victims and survivors of domestic violence. Info: 883-7654.
Al Anon Gratitude Group - noon at Holy Grounds Coffee Shop,
Gardnerville (wheelchair accessible). Call 782-1991.
Alcoholics Anonymous - 6:45 a.m. at First United Methodist
Church, 412 W. Musser St., non-smoking.
Carson Valley Sertoma - 6:30 a.m. at Sharkey’s Rib Room,
Gardnerville. Call 782-8883. Association Sierra-Tahoe Branch -
7 p.m. last Friday at Veterans Hall, corner of Second and Curry
streets. Information: 267-9592 or 267-3132.
Fleet Reserve Association Sierra-Tahoe Branch Ladies
Auxiliary Unit 137 - 6:30 p.m. last Friday at Hero’s Veterans Hall,
corner of Second and Curry streets. Call 265-3831 or 265-4784.
SATURDAY
Alcoholics Anonymous - 6:45 a.m. at First United Methodist
Church, 412 W. Musser St., non-smoking.
Gamblers Anonymous - 6 p.m. at 160 E. Long St. Info: 887-3947.
Lyon County Democratic Central Committee - 7 p.m. second
Sat. in Dayton, Fernley, Silver Springs and Yerington. Call 577-1133.
Narcotics Anonymous - 1 p.m. 912 W. Musser St. 883-5110.
Sierra Sage Shrine No. 3 Order of White Shrine Jerusalem -
1 p.m. third Saturday (except Jan. and Feb.), Masonic Temple,
113 E. Washington St.
SUNDAY
Al-Anon Serenity meeting - 7-8:30 p.m., UNR extension offi ce
agriculture building, 1329 Waterloo Ln. Info: 782-9960, 265-2954.
Gamblers Anonymous - 6 p.m. at 160 E. Long St.
Information: 887-3947.
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150 Comstock Road
Dayton, NV 89403
775-463-6531 (offi ce)
246-5626 (home)
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2001 Apache Drive
Stagecoach, NV 89429
775-463-6531 (offi ce)
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Yerington, NV 89447
775-463-6531 (offi ce)
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Fernley, NV 89408
775-463-6531 (offi ce)
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775-463-6531 (offi ce)
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P.O. Box 916,
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847-0968 (offi ce)
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Area Schools
Carson City School District
Dr. Mary Pierczynski, Superintendent
283-2100, www.carsoncityschools.com
• Carson High School
1111 N. Saliman Road, Carson City, NV 89701
283-1600, Principal: Fred Perdomo
• Pioneer/Opportunity High
202 E. Corbett St., Carson City, NV 89706
283-1300, Principal: Jason Zona
• Carson Middle School
1140 W. King St., Carson City, NV 89703
283-2800, Principal: Sam Santillo
• Eagle Valley Middle School
4151 E. Fifth St., Carson City, NV 89701
283-2600, Principal: Chad Lindeen
• Bordewich-Bray Elementary
110 Tompson St., Carson City, NV 89703
283-2400, Principal: Sue Keema
• Empire Elementary
1260 Monte Rosa Drive, Carson City, NV 89706
283-1100, Principal: Evelyn Allred
• Fremont Elementary
1511 Fire Box Road, Carson City, NV 89701
281-1200, Principal: Mark Van Voorst
• Fritsch Elementary
504 Bath St., Carson City, NV 89703
• Mark Twain Elementary
2111 Carriage Crest Dr., Carson City, NV 89706
283-1000, Principal: Laura Austin
• Seeliger Elementary
2800 S. Saliman Road, Carson City, NV 89701
283-2200, Principal: Lee Conley
Board of Trustees
• John McKenna, president, District 5
4 Charleston, Carson City, NV 89701
882-5301, jmckenna@carsoncityschools.com
• Jim LeMaire, president, District 2
1789 E. College Parkway, Ste. 128, Carson City, NV 89706
841-3687, jlemaire@carsoncityschools.com
• Joanna Wilson, clerk, District 7
1211 Kingsley Lane, Carson City, NV 89701
885-9557, jwilson@carsoncityschools.com
• Bob Crowell, District 4
P.O. Box 1000, Carson City, NV 89702
883-1136, bcrowell@carsoncityschools.com
• Joe Enge, District 3
1790 Ridgeway Court, Carson City, NV 89706
884-4605, jenge@carsoncityschools.com
• Norm Scoggin, District 1, clerk
882-8873, 2877 Pinewood Place, Carson City, NV 89703
• Barbara Howe, District 6, vice president
233 Tacoma Ave., Carson City, NV 89703
882-0485, bhowe@carsoncityschools.com
Douglas County School District
Carol Lark, Superintendent
782-5134, www.dcsd.k12.nv.us
Board of Trustees
• John Louritt, president, District 4
265-3183, 1018 Kerry Lane, Gardnerville, NV 89410
• Teri Jamin, District 5
265-5010, 420 Diorite Road, Gardnerville, NV 89410
• Karen Chessell, District 1
267-9446, 2626 Gordon Ave., Minden, NV 89423
• Sharla Hales, District 2
782-7657, 883 Mahogany Drive, Minden, NV 89423
• Keith Roman, District 7
782-3702, 1178 White Oak Loop, Minden, NV 89423
• Cynthia Trigg, clerk, District 3
588-4912, P.O. Box 294, Zephyr Cove, NV 89448
Lyon County School District
Nat Lammori, Superintendent
(775) 463-6808, www.lyon.k12.nv.us
Board of Trustees
• Russ Colletta, District 7
463-4754, rcolletta@edcoe.k12.ca.us
• Maureen Willis, president, District 5
463-7928, maureenclair533@aol.com
• Jerry Peterson, District 6
246-0654, jfpeterson@peoplepc.com
• James Huckaby, District 1
575-7257, JNJHuckaby@sbcglobal.net
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to become better drivers. By sharing audiovisual data from inside and outside the vehicle
when high-risk driving events occur, the Teen Safe Driver Pilot Program reduced risky
driving behavior by 70% and achieved 100% seatbelt usage among participants. See for
yourself. Call your local American Family Insurance agent or visit teensafedriver.com.
• Joe Slabbinck, District 2
575-1116, wenduinejoe@yahoo.com
• Terry Hall, district 3, clerk
246-9068, thall@ndep.nv.gov
• Charles Shirley, District 4
629-9166, hobl2@aol.com
Storey County School District
Dr. Robert Slaby
847-0983, www.storey.k12.nv.us
Board of Trustees
• Pamela Smith, District 2B
847-7442, 1850 Castle Peak Rd., Virginia City Hghlnds, NV 89521
• Chris Miller District 1C
847-7129, P.O. Box 663, Virginia City, NV 89440
• Curt Chapman, District 1B, president
847-7771, 2560 Musket Rd., , Virginia City Highlands, NV 89521
• Esther Schouten, District 1A, clerk
847-4422, P.O. Box 635, Virginia City, NV 89440
• Deny Dotson, District 2A
847-4745, P.O. Box 745, Virginia City, NV 89440

Assemblywoman
Bonnie Parnell
District 40
Nothing is more important than open
communication on the issues facing
our community and state.
Please feel free to contact me by email at
bparnell@asm.state.nv.us
or by phone at (775) 883-4234
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Breathtaking Beauty…
Lake Tahoe National Scenic Byway
State Route 28 and Highway 50 skirt the edges of picturesque Lake
Tahoe, offering spectacular views of its crystal-clear water and the
surrounding mountain forests of the Lake Tahoe Basin.
Mount Rose Scenic Byway
South of Reno, State Route 431 climbs Mount Rose Summit to the
8,911-foot pass, the highest in the state. It’s like sitting on top of
the Sierra Nevada world, then descends into the Lake Tahoe Basin.
Pyramid Lake Scenic Byway National Scenic Byway
North of Reno, State Route 445 around Pyramid Lake is the
only byway in the nation entirely within an American Indian
reservation. Te tribe offers fishing permits and boat rentals as
well as a visitors center/museum with displays describing the lake’s
fascinating history and geology.
Angel Lake Scenic Byway
Sometimes called the “highway to heaven” because it rises several
thousand feet to divinely named Angel Lake, the road winds
upward through sagebrush and pi–on pine, mountain mahogany,
quaking aspen and limber pine. Angel Lake is tucked into a glacial
cirque high in the East Humboldt range, south of Wells.
Fort Churchill to Wellington Backcountry Byway
Fort Churchill to Wellington is in west-central Nevada 10 miles
east of Carson City. Te eastern terminus is near Fort Churchill
State Historic Park off Highway 95A. Te byway heads west to
Dayton and then south to end at the junction with NV 208 near
Wellington. It follows NV 2B, Como, Sunrise Pass, and Upper
Colony roads for a total of 67 miles. Best to take a 4-wheel drive
on this one.
Lamoille Canyon Scenic Byway
Te Ruby Mountains of Northeastern Nevada are among the
state’s wettest and most lush mountain ranges. Lamoille Canyon,
in the heart of the range, offers some of the most spectacular
views found in the Rubies. Te Lamoille Canyon Road winds
around the base of 11,249-foot Ruby Dome and climbs through
the glacier-carved canyon.
Great Basin
Tose traveling Highway 93 from Highway 50 to Crystal Springs
will want to explore Pioche. Tis mining camp dates back to the
1860s and is filled with historic sites. East of Pioche are Spring
Valley and Echo Canyon state parks, each a haven for fishing,
camping and hiking. Cathedral Gorge State Park rests to the
south. Miller Point, at the north end, offers a good overview of the
clay, gothic-like columns and walls. Lush, green farmland stretches
from Cathedral Gorge to Caliente, a quiet, former railroad town
noted for its imposing mission-style railroad depot. Between
Caliente and Crystal Springs, the striking beauty of Oak Springs,
and Pahroc Summits engulfs travelers.
All-American Road
Te Las Vegas Strip was recently named an All-American Road,
a prestigious federal designation awarded to roads recognized
nationally and internationally for their outstanding and highly
unique qualities. Te Strip is the only scenic byway in the world
that has the distinction of being as scenic and unique at night
as by day. Extraordinary sights include a giant Egyptian pyramid,
a medieval castle, the New York City skyline, an Italian lakeside
village, the Eiffel Tower, Venetian canals, and a Roman temple. And
there is neon everywhere. It’s like no place on earth.
Red Rock Canyon
Located a few miles west of Las Vegas, State Route 159 winds
through the 83,100-acre Red Rock Canyon National Conservation
Area in the shadow of the scenic Spring Mountain Range. A loop
trip from Las Vegas can be made in an afternoon. Multi-colored
sandstone formations, unique flora, and a large number of animals
such as Desert Bighorn Sheep, bobcats, gray foxes and wild burros
are seen here often.
Valley of Fire State Park
Te Valley of Fire State Park is a fascinating landscape of wind-
sculpted red sandstone that is easily one of the Silver State’s
most unique desert environments. With the movement of the
sun, adventurers traveling in Valley of Fire can see the landscape
mutate from benign oranges and browns to deeper, more
dramatic shades of crimson and black.
For information, go to www.travelnevada.com
Cathleen Allison/Nevada Appeal
A man walks along the
path at Riverview Park.
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details of the 2008 summer activity plans for the Nevada Department of
Tourism program. The list of planned events focuses on family activities and
includes concerts, plays, carnivals, park and rodeo events together in a Country
Fair setting with arts, crafts and food vendors available to all. Rodeo events
will include team roping and barrel racing, so get your mounts ready and your
buckles polished, your 15 minutes of fame awaits.
Some special concerts will be here at the Hawthorne U.S.O. Building
that opened in January 1942 just as the United States entered World War II.
Through out the war years, the Hawthorne U.S.O. fulfilled the mission of the
organization which was “to be a home away from home” for USA service men
and war workers. The Hawthorne U.S.O. Building was constructed expressly for
that purpose, as larger numbers of men and women were sent to small towns
in America and Hawthorne, Nevada was one of the small towns. The U.S.O.
was assisted by a variety of local clubs and organizations, including the YMCA,
YWCA, SALVATION ARMY, CATHOLIC WELFARE, JEWISH WELFARE and
TRAVELER’S AID to name a few. Different organizations were assigned by the
regional office in San Francisco to service different areas with their workers and
programs. Nevada had Catholic Welfare in charge of the U.S.O. in Reno, Las
Vegas and Hawthorne. The U.S.O. was to serve on and off duty military men
and women with their “home away from home” and also provided theatrical
performances called “Camp Shows” which were given in the camps and in
USO’s around the country. In Hawthorne, a special extension of the USO was
opened in the Babbitt Community Center for black service men and woman.
The Department of Parks and Recreation activities are planned throughout
the year and each will be announced in the local media. Look for the posters
and further details in the Independent News, on the Hawthorne-Live website
www.hawthornelive.com and local radio stations. Interested vendors and
performers may contact committee members for participating instructions and
requirements. The committee is comprised of volunteers and employees of
Mineral County all under the direction of Mr. Don Orndorff, Director of Parks
and Recreation for Mineral County. The committee has recently opened and
office in the Convention Center and visitors are invited to see the planning
operations center in action Tuesday or Thursday afternoon, 1PM to 4PM.
Citizens who wish to join the Tourism Committee may contact or call 958-5854.
In addition, the Convention Center has been designated as a historical site and
new plaque is near the front door. Interest parties are also invited to contact
committee members Mike McNeil, Maggie Mandeville or Lou Warner for
additional information.
The Chris Linn Comedy Show
Kevin Lepine, Hypnotist
Stuck in Reverse
a 5-piece Country Western and Bluegrass band out of exciting Las Vegas, Nevada
Art and Tammy Jones
a talented duo from Walker Lake, Nevada, playing Country and Bluegrass
Cowboy Satios Range Balladeers
a family band who play Country Western music
The Greg Masters Band
a Southern California band, playing Bluegrass music featuring a talented viola player
hawthorne park
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SILVER HILLS COMMUNITY CHURCH
1066 Mallory Way, Carson City, Ben Fleming, pastor, phone 885-
2812. Sunday worship 10:30 a.m., prayer meeting 6 p.m. Children’s
church and nursery provided. Small groups meet mid-week.
SMITH VALLEY COMMUNITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
44 Rivers Road, Smith, Tom Walburn pastor,
phone (775) 465-2452. Sunday school 9 a.m.; Services at 9 a.m.,
6 p.m.; Men’s group Tuesday mornings; Choir Wednesday evening;
Bible study Tursdays, 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.
ST. ANN IN DAYTON
P.O. Box 309, Dayton, Michael Dallmeier, pastor, 246-7578. Sunday
Mass at 9:30 a.m., Saturday Mass at 5 p.m. at No. 3 Melanie Lane.
ST. GALL CATHOLIC CHURCH
1343 Centerville Lane, Gardnerville, Rev. Paul McCollum, pastor,
782-2852. Masses Saturday 5 p.m., 6:30 p.m. Spanish Mass; Sunday
8 and 10:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.; Tuesday-Friday 8 a.m.; Tuesday and
Tursday, 12:10 p.m., Wed. and Friday 8 a.m. during Lent only.
ST. JOHN’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
1776 Highway 50, Glenbrook at Galilee; 586-2535. Worship and
Sunday school 10 a.m. Sunday; www.stjohnsnv.com.
ST. MARY IN THE MOUNTAINS
P.O. Box 328, Virginia City, 847-9099. Mass Sat 3 p.m., Sun. 11:30
ST. PAUL’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
F and Taylor streets, Virginia City, 847-9305. Sun. service, 9:30 a.m.
ST. PAUL’S LUTHERAN FAMILY(ELCA)
1201 N. Saliman Road, 882-3020. Sunday worship service 8 and
10:30 a.m.; Sunday school 9:15 a.m. (September-May).
ST. PETER’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
305 N. Minnesota St. Jeffrey Paul, rector; 882-1534. Holy Eucharist
at 8 a.m.; contemporary at 10 a.m. with childcare. Wed. 10 a.m.
Holy Eucharist and Healing service. www.stpeterscarsoncity.org.
ST. TERESA OF AVILA
3000 N. Lompa Lane, Chuck Durante, pastor, 882-1968.
Monday communion service 7 a.m.; Tuesday-Friday Mass at 7 a.m.;
Confessions Saturday at 2:30 p.m.; Saturday Mass 4 p.m.;
Sunday Masses 8, 9:30 and 11:15 a.m.; Youth Group meets first
and third Sunday after 5 p.m. Mass (except July-August).
STEWART COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH and TAHOE INDIAN PARISH
(American Baptist) 5340 Snyder Ave., Wayne Ellison, pastor,
882-0622. Sunday Bible study 10 a.m.; Sunday worship,
children’s church 11 a.m.
THE CONNECTION
401 Dayton Valley Road, Rocky Polito, pastor, 246-8445. Sunday
services 8:30 and 10 a.m.; Women’s group at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday;
Men’s group 6:30 p.m. Monday; Teen’s group 5:30 p.m. Tursday.
Visit www.tcofdayton.com.
“THE WAREHOUSE” CHURCH
meets at 3579 Highway 50 East, No. 209, Carson City;
230-5885; James Parker, pastor. Sunday service 10 a.m.
Web site www.fvchurch.com.
TRINITY LUTHERAN
1480 Douglas Ave., Gardnerville, Eric Borchers, pastor, 782-8153.
Sunday services at 8 and 10:45 a.m.; Bible study and Sunday
school, 9:30 a.m.; Ladies Bible study Tuesday 9:30 a.m. Pastor’s
Bible class, Tursdays 9:30 a.m.;
Sierra Spirit contemporary praise, 5 p.m. Sunday.
UNITED RELIGIOUS SCIENCE CHURCH (SCIENCE OF MIND)
675 Fairview Dr., Suite 219, Carson City, Gil Linsley and Gail
Durant Linsley, pastors, 882-0901. Sunday meditation 10
a.m., youth group, children’s class and Celebration 10:30 a.m.
Innerlight Bookstore, lending library, audios, counseling, evening
classes, A Course in Miracles study group 5:30 p.m. Tursdays,
Conversations with God, wedding chapel, Hatha Yoga Mondays
and Fridays 6 p.m. Call for days, times.
UNITY CHURCH OF TODAY
Sierra Center, 1662 Highway 395, Suite 104, (offi ces and
bookstore) Minden; Larry Schneider, pastor, 782-4429. Sunday
services 9 and 10:30 a.m.; Youth church 10:30 a.m.; Men’s group
meets second Monday; Meditation at noon Tursday and Friday;
Web site www.unitychurchoftoday@earthlink.net. Affi liated with
publishers of Te Daily Word.
VALLEY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
meets in old Meadowdale Teaters, 1267 Highway 395 South,
Gardnerville. Leo Kruger, pastor, 782-1961. Sunday service 9:30
a.m., Wednesday service 7 p.m.; Several Cell groups throughout
Carson Valley. Non-denominational.
VICTORY CHRISTIAN CENTER, (WORD OF FAITH)
300 Hot Springs Road, George and Marlene Wendell, pastors,
885-7722. Sunday church services 9:30 a.m., 6 p.m.; children’s
church and nursery provided. Wednesday Bible study, 7 p.m.
Youth group 7 p.m. Wed. Web site www.VictoryAtCarson.org.
VIRGINIA CITY - FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
South “C” St. Dory Tompson, pastor, 847-0298.
Sunday worship 9:30 a.m., Bible study at 10:45 a.m.
WELL OF WORSHIP
22 Cash Drive, Mound House; Cary W. Dyer, pastor, 691-5972.
Sunday service at 10 a.m.; “Singsperation” at 6 p.m. last Sunday of
each month. Visit www.wellofworship.org.
WELLSPRING CHURCH and MINISTRIES
1995 East Lake Blvd., Washoe Valley, 89704; 849-1122. Chuck and
Bonnie Nichter pastors. Bible study Tursday at 7 p.m.
crnichter@cfaith.com.
WEST WIND SANGHA
Buddhist practitioners meet at First United Methodist Church
Multipurpose Room, 213 N. Minnesota St., Carson City.
Wednesdays 6:30-8:30 p.m. Call 841-3921
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Free under 6. Conference and Meeting
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Sept. 5-7 continued
• Great Reno Balloon Race, features mass
ascension, hare and hound competition;
glow show, dawn patrol, jazz and wine walk
in downtown Reno; and other on-field
competitions. Call 826-1181.
Sept. 6
• Tin Cup Tea and Chuck Wagon Barbecue
at the Governor’s Mansion, features dancing to
a live band and performances by historical
re-enactors. Call for time, tickets. Call 687-4810.
Sept. 9
• Michael Clark Project performs,
7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and Sunday,
8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday at the Carson
Nugget Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St., through
Sept. 14. No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
Sept. 10-14
• 45th National Championship Air Races
and Air Show, Stead Air Force Base, north Reno.
Tickets, schedule and information, call (775) 972-
6429.
Sept. 13
• 12th annual Salsa y Salsas festival, begins
at 10 a.m. at the Legislative Plaza on South Carson
Street. Features music, dancing and food
Call 885-1055.
• 20th annual Dayton Valley Days, 8:30 a.m.
at various Dayton locations. Includes show and
shine, concert, food and craft vendors and music
throughout the weekend. Benefits Lyon County
Sheriff’s Search and Rescue. Call 246-1630.
Sept. 16
• Bahama performs, 7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-
Tursday and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-
Saturday at the Carson Nugget Show Lounge,
507 N. Carson St., through Sept. 21.
No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
Sept. 23
• Te Motifs perform, 7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-
Tursday and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-
Saturday at the Carson Nugget Show Lounge,
507 N. Carson St., through Sept. 28.
No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
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Children’s
Education...
Pre school is a 3 year program. This is a 3 day a week program.
Pre kindergarten is a 4 year program. This is a fve day a week program.
Kindergarten –We offer a full day kindergarten
Before and after school care is also offered to students.
You only get one chance at your child’s education, please consider Bethlehem
Lutheran School. Besides offering a Quality Christian Education, we are able
to offer a mobile computer lab, music lesson and a variety of extra curricular
programs including but not limited to Bell Choir and Speech Drama.
Administration
Principal: Mr. Lonnie R. Karges
Administrative Asst: Mrs. Sandy Coleman
Early Childhood Education Director: Mrs. Debbie Winkelman
Please feel Free to contact us should you require more information, or to set up a tour of the school.
1837 Mountain Street
Carson City, NV 89703
(775) 882-5252
www.blcs.org
Offering Christian Education in the greater Carson City region
since 1988. Grade Pre K through 8
Open
Enrollment
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1600 Snyder Avenue
Carson City
883.3009 883.3009
Full Day Kindergarten
Grades K - 8
Preschool: 4 & 5 year olds
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Before & After Care
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Small Class Size
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883. 3005
Ages 0 - 5 y ear s Ages 0 - 5 y ear s
ST. TERESA OF AVILA CATHOLIC SCHOOL
FAITH BASED EDUCATION
Our school combines quality education with strong faith and ethical teaching.
567 S. Richmond Ave. • Carson City, NV 89703 • 775.882.2079 • School Hours 8 am - 3:30 pm
A CATHOLIC SCHOOL
PREPARES A CHILD... FOR LIFE!
Please call for information and a registration ticket.
Schedule a tour of our campus. We would love to meet your family.
775-883-1219
Royal Vista
Apartments
Large, CLEAN 1 bedroom apts
Spacious laundry facilities
Great location
Close to shopping
and the bus line
Walk-in closets
Pet friendly
New Ownership
New Management
3230 Imperial Way
Carson City
Moving?
Carson City is home to
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feature
2 bedroom, 1 bath
& 2 bedroom, 2 bath,
a/c, patio or balcony,
laundry, spa sauna
& weight room.
Near schools &
Senior Center,
in Dayton.
Small pets OK.
Edgewood
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Sept. 30
• Te Rebbekah Chase Band performs,
7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight
Friday-Saturday at the Carson Nugget Show Lounge,
507 N. Carson St., through Oct. 5. No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
Oct. 4
• Ocktoberfest, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. at the Pony Express Pavilion
in Mills Park, a fundraiser for the Carson City Library. Features live
oompah music by Te Sauerkrauts, food, drink, contests, book
sale, craft faire, children’s activities and more. Call 887-2244.
Oct. 4-5
• Virginia City World Championship Outhouse Races,
features parade of potties, racing and more.
Call 847-0311 or visit www.VisitVirginiaCityNV.com
Oct. 7
• Te Buddy Emmer Band performs,
7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight
Friday-Saturday at the Carson Nugget Show Lounge,
507 N. Carson St., through Oct. 12. No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
Oct. 14
• Melissa Dru performs, 7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and
Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday at the Carson Nugget
Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St., through Oct. 19. No cover charge.
Call 882-1626.
Oct. 21
• Tracy Bing performs, 7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and
Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday at the Carson Nugget
Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St., through Oct. 26. No cover charge.
Call 882-1626.
Oct. 25
• Kit Carson Trail - Ghost Walk,
begins at 9 a.m. with tours leaving every 30 minutes from
Tird and Curry streets, last tour leaves at 3 p.m. Call 687-7410.
Oct. 28
• Retroactive performs, 7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday
and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday at the
Carson Nugget Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St., through Nov. 2.
No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
Oct. 30-Nov. 2
• Nevada Day Celebration - “Hollywood in Nevada -
Movies and Television,” features parade, rock drilling contest,
beard contests, concerts, free chili feed, pancake breakfast, 1864
Grand Ball, Battle Born Invitational Golf Tournament, Battle of the
Bands, fireworks, classic run/walk, East-side tour, Ghost Walk, Mad
Hatter Ball, Governor’s Mansion tour, Powwow, train steam up,
Silver State Rumble and much more. Call 882-2600.
• RSVP Nevada Days Celebration features carnival ride and
games, arts and crafts, novelties and food and drink vendors.
Midway opens at noon each day. Call 687-4680.
Nov. 4
• Carmon and Company performs,
7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight
Friday-Saturday at the Carson Nugget Show Lounge,
507 N. Carson St., through May 18. No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
Nov. 11
• Te Buddy Emmer Band performs,
7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight
Friday-Saturday at the Carson Nugget Show Lounge,
507 N. Carson St., through Nov. 16. No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
Nov. 18
• Te California Band performs,
7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight
Friday-Saturday at the Carson Nugget Show Lounge,
507 N. Carson St., through Nov. 23. No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
Nov. 25
• Te Motifs perform, 7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday
and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday at the
Carson Nugget Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St., through Nov. 30.
No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
Dec. 2
• Bahama performs, 7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday
and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday at the
Carson Nugget Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St., through Dec. 7.
No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
Dec. 4
Carson City’s Silver and Snowflake Tree Lighting Ceremony,
5:30 p.m. at the State Capitol, features lighting of the state and city
trees, hot chocolate, carolers, Santa and more. Call 887-1294.
Dec. 9
Te Rebekah Chase Band performs,
7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight
Friday-Saturday at the Carson Nugget Show Lounge,
507 N. Carson St., through Dec. 14. No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
Dec. 16
Te Method performs,
7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight
Friday-Saturday at the Carson Nugget Show Lounge,
507 N. Carson St., through Dec. 21. No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
Dec. 23
Tracy Bing performs, 7 p.m.-1 a.m. Tursday-Tursday
and Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday at the
Carson Nugget Show Lounge, 507 N. Carson St., through Dec. 28.
No cover charge. Call 882-1626.
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Coffee House & Drive Thru
Health & Nutrition Center
655 Hwy 50 East • Dayton, NV 89403
775.246.4642 • www.makincoffee.com
Mon-Fri: 5am-7pm • Sat-Sun: 7am-7pm
Free Meeting Rooms
Espresso • Smoothies
901 Medical Center Drive, Suite 200 • Dayton, NV
• State of the Art Dentistry for
All aspects of Your Healthy Smile
• Dentures and Overnight Repairs
• Most Insurance & Care Credit
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• Payment Plans Available
New Patients & Emergencies Welcome
901 Medical Center Drive, Suite 200 • Dayton, NV
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General Dentistry for Families
Vitamins • Herbs
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Sports Supplements
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120 Hwy 50, Suite 1
Dayton, NV 89403
(775) 246-4223
“Small Enough to Know You,
Large Enough to Serve You”
P.O. Box 2408
Dayton, NV 89403
775.246-7909
www.daytonnvchamber.org
Kent & Phyllis Kreller
Owners
185 Highway 50 East
Dayton, NV 89403
(775) 246-3300
Ann L. Steinberg, D.C.
Chiropractic Physician
775-246-9336
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