A Community Rich in Arts

What does a community rich in art look like? Come explore how we can incorporate art in our community.This is an opportunity to participate and learn ways art can be incorporated into projects to enrich our community, making it more vital, prosperous and appealing.  

National Public Lands Day Logandale Trails

Logandale Trails is hosting the Biggest and Best National Public Lands Event Ever! And we need volunteers to make sure we meet our goals of: BIGGEST: Setting a record of largest number of volunteers and projects completed BEST: More ways to thank our volunteers, from donuts, lunch, door prizes and FUN SURPRISES! This is NOT […]

Self Defense Workshop

Self Defense Workshop Safarri Jessop, age 22 and deaf since birth, will be a special guest instructor for a self-defense workshop on August 20th at 10 am -3 pm at the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension Classroom B in Logandale, NV. The workshop will consist of self-defense tactics and women\’s self-defense. She will also offer […]

Pomegranate Festival 2016

21st Annual Pomegranate Arts & Crafts Festival The Pomegranate Festival is an annual event in Logandale, NV featuring Free Entertainment, Fine Arts and Crafts Booths, plenty of Pomegranate related items, Raffles, Kids Activities and more. DATES: Friday & Saturday November 4th and 5th, 2016 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. LOCATION: Clark County Fairgrounds 1301 W. […]

Logandale Fall Festival 2016

Third Annual Logandale Fall Festival will be held October 21, 22 and 23  at the Clark County Fairgrounds. Friday, October 21: 3 pm-9 pm Saturday, October 22: 9 am-9 pm Sunday, October 23: 9 am-3 pm Festival will include: Southern Nevada Bluegrass Society Bluegrass Music Festival Kids Zone RV Camping available BBQ Cook Off Craft […]

Clark County Fair and Rodeo

The Clark County Fair and Rodeo will take place April 6-10, 2016 at the Clark County Fairgrounds in Logandale NV. This annual event has taken place in Moapa Valley since 1955, and has grown each year. It has been the combined work and efforts of many volunteers that have developed and managed the Fair and […]

Moapa Valley Days 2016

Moapa Valley Days 2016 will take place March 18-19, 2016 in Moapa Valley, NV. This annual event is a community wide celebration featuring fun activities throughout the valley. EVENTS Community Wide Yard Sale This is the 11th annual Community Wide Yard Sale that includes locations throughout the entire valley. Click here for more information. Street […]

“What the Rocks Tell Us: southern Utah Landscapes”-Brad Holt Exhibit

The Lost City Museum presents “What the Rocks Tell Us: southern Utah Landscapes” by artist Brad Holt in January of 2016. This show features paintings created outdoors in Southern Utah and Nevada  Brad Holt grew up in Cedar City, Utah.  He is a graduate of Cedar City High School and Southern Utah University.  Brad spent […]

Valley of Fire State Park-First Day Hike-Atlatl Rock

Stop by Atlatl Rock picnic area to join a ranger on a guided walk showcasing the petroglyphs located around Atlatl Rock. Participants will be led to numerous petroglyphs that are not located along marked or maintained trails. Topics discussed during the walk will include the processes commonly used for dating and interpreting petroglyphs, and also […]

Valley of Fire State Park-First Day Hike-Duck Rock Loop

The Duck Rock Loop is an unmarked, off-trail route, which primarily follows washes and old roads. This strenuous, 2.65-mile loop provides participants the unique opportunity to see a remote area of Valley of Fire State Park that is not accessible by way of marked or developed trails. The route will pass by “Duck Rock” and […]