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Nevada Business Magazine

Reno Chamber Orchestra Concert Reno Chamber Orchestra with Theodor  Kuchar and Argenta Trio Reno Chamber Orchestra Concert features  Beethoven Reno Chamber Orchestra Concert Beethoven featured in Reno Chamber  Orchestra concerts The University's Featured events for Saturda,  March 15 ‐ Friday March 21 Scott Falkner

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Argenta Concert Series: Woodwind Romance

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UNR: Media Newsroom

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This is Reno

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Title From April 19: Nonprofit events in  Reno/Sparks Argenta Trio  Reno Chaber Orchestrra Concert

Former UNR student takes first prize at  orchestra competition Flutist Carmella Cao wins 25th annual Reno  Chamber Orchestra "College Concerto  Competition" Former UNR student takes first prize at  orchestra competition Reno Chamber Orchestra Still Making Music  at 40 3 Thing to do Today, 1/19 Reno Chamber Orchestra Concert Things to Do This Weekend College Concerto Competition Chamber Music Festival Begins at UNR


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From April 19: Nonprofit events in Reno/Sparks Staff report9:09 p.m. PDT April 12, 2014

Tahoe Truckee Earth Day Festival The free event takes place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at the Village at Squaw Valley, 1750 Village East Road, Olympic Valley. Attendees can learn about recycling, composting, alternative energy, and sustainability through hands-on activities for the whole family. "EarthCapades," a series of environmental presentations, will teach ways to protect and preserve natural resources. There also will be live music, raffle prizes, a dance presentation, "Trashion" show and the collection of old or used household batteries. Details: tahoetruckeeearthday.com. Dining Out For Life On April 24, more than 40 restaurants in Reno, Sparks and Carson City will donate a portion of their proceeds to Northern Nevada HOPES, Reno's local HIV/AIDS service provider. You and your family and friends can have a meal at a place you choose and help thousands of people in Reno and Northern Nevada who depend on HOPES for quality healthcare services. Visit www.doflnv.org to view the most up-to-date list of Dining Out For Life participating restaurants. When: 7 to 9 p.m. April 24. Cost: Donation. Details: 775-997-7523 or www.doflnv.org. Treasure Our Parks Fun Run Truckee Meadows Parks Foundation presents the Treasure Our Parks Fun Run at 9 a.m. April 26 at Rancho San Rafael Regional Park. The 5K run starts at the Chinese Pagoda with a one-mile kids fun run following at 10 a.m. Runners receive a commemorative T-shirt and a free pancake breakfast. Proceeds help the Truckee Meadows Parks Foundation further its mission to raise awareness and appreciation of parks and to foster better stewardship of these public resources. After the run, enjoy the family-friendly treasure quest. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., kids can explore a multitude of free, hands-on activities highlighting Northern Nevada treasures. Run package pickup is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.


April 25 at the May Museum. Race-day pickup is at 8 a.m. at the Chinese Pagoda. When: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 26. Where: Rancho San Rafael Regional Park, 1595 N. Sierra St. Cost: $25/runner (kids fun run is free). Details: 775-453-0698 and info@tmparksfoundation.org. The 27th annual Derby Day The 27th annual Derby Day, presented by the Reno Chamber Orchestra, is Reno's original Kentucky Derby celebration. It features hats and fashionable attire, mint juleps, a luncheon with wine, silent and live auctions, a wine raffle, hat prizes, and the 140th Kentucky Derby on a large-screen TV. Proceeds benefit the Reno Chamber Orchestra. When: Noon to 3:30 p.m. May 3. Where: Peppermill Resort Spa Casino, 2707 S. Virginia St. Cost: $70 per person; tables of eight or 10 available. Details: 775-348-9413 or info@renochamberorchestra.org.

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Argenta Trio April 1, 2014 The Argenta Trio is a renowned faculty ensemble featuring Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio, Violin, Dmitri Atapine, Cello, and Jim Winn, Piano.

Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio joined the Argenta Trio in the fall of 2007 as she began her new position as Assistant Professor of Violin & Viola and Director of the Orchestral Career Studies graduate program at the University of Nevada, Reno. Founder and Artistic Director of Cactus Pear Music Festival, Stephanie was the Concertmaster of the San Antonio Symphony for thirteen years, appearing annually as a soloist. Formerly First Assistant Principal Second Violin of The Cleveland Orchestra under Christoph von Dohnanyi, she recorded and toured internationally with this acclaimed ensemble for eight seasons... (Read more)

James Winn James Winn, piano and composition professor at the University of Nevada, Reno since 1997, made his professional debut with the Denver Symphony at the age of thirteen, and has been performing widely in North America, Europe, and Japan ever since. With his duo-piano partner, Cameron Grant, he was a recipient of the top prize given in the two-piano category of the 1980 Munich Competition. Mr. Winn has been a solo pianist with the New York City Ballet, a member of the New York New Music Ensemble, and of Hexagon... (Read more)

Dmitri Atapine Cellist Dmitri Atapine, the First Prize winner at the 2004 Carlos Prieto International Cello Competition (Mexico), is recognized as an exciting performer and an accomplished chamber musician. As both a soloist and recitalist, he has appeared on some of the world’s most coveted stages, including Zankel and Weill Halls at Carnegie Hall, the National Auditorium of Spain, and Prince Philip Auditorium in Asturias... (Read more)

Argenta Concert Series Each year from Autumn through Spring, the Argenta Trio joins artists from around the world in a series of concerts performed at our own Nightingale Concert Hall with exciting music. From classical, to romantic, to modern, and beyond, the Argenta Concert Series is sure to enchant every audience. Dmitri Atapine and Hyeyeon Park, Artistic


Directors. Each year, season tickets are available, with discounted full season and "Pick Three" packages available. Tickets for individual performances are also available. Tickets can be purchased on-line by phone through the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office. Have your tickets waiting at Will Call. Visit the Argenta Concert Series Web Site

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MUSIC: CLASSICAL  Reno Chamber Orchestra concert

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This very special all‐Beethoven concert, led by Maestro Theodore Kuchar, highlights the artistry of the Argenta Trio, University of Nevada, Reno’s  resident chamber ensemble, in the Triple Concerto. Also on the program are the dynamic Symphony No. 4 and two melodic shorter works.    When: This event took place on Mar 23, 2014.    Featuring: Reno Chamber Orchestra 

Posted by: RCO 

Price: $22‐45 general; $5 youth, students 

Ages: All ages 

For more information about this activity, contact  Reno Chamber Orchestra at   Phone: (775) 348‐9413  E‐mail: info@renochamberorchestra.org  Website: http://www.renochamberorchestra.org 

 


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Sunday, March 23, 2014, 2:30 AM Reno Chamber Orchestra with Theodore Kuchar and Argenta Trio This very special all-Beethoven concert, led by Maestro Theodore Kuchar, highlights the artistry of UNR's resident chamber ensemble The Argenta Trio - violinist Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio, cellist Dmitri Atapine, and pianist James Winn - in the Triple Concerto. Also on the program are the dynamic Symphony No. 4 and two melodic shorter works. For Blue section student tickets, call the RCO office at (775) 348-9413. Saturday, March 22, 2014 at 7:30 PM Nightingale Concert Hall 1335 North Virginia Street Reno, NV 89557 Phone: (775) 348-9413 E-Mail: info@renochamberorchestra.org Improve this event listing

Venue Nightingale Concert Hall, UNR Church Fine Arts Building Reno, NV 89557 View Map | Get Directions Improve this venue listing

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More Events at Nightingale Concert Hall, UNR  RCO 2014‐15 Season ‐ Saturday at Nightingale Concert Hall, UNR  Saturday, Sep 20, 7:30 PM   RCO 2014‐15 Season ‐ Sunday at Nightingale Concert Hall, UNR  Sunday, Sep 21, 2:00 PM   Spring Dance Concert featuring Casebolt and Smith at Nightingale Concert Hall, UNR  Sunday, Mar 23, 2:30 AM    


Beethoven featured in Reno Chamber Orchestra concerts March 16, 2014 by Miriam Hodgman Leave a Comment

RENO CHAMBER ORCHESTRA NEWS RELEASE – The music of Ludwig van Beethoven is featured in concerts by the Reno Chamber Orchestra on Saturday, March 22 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, March 23 at 2:00 p.m. at Nightingale Concert Hall on the University of Nevada, Reno campus. These all-Beethoven concerts, part of the Reno Chamber Orchestra’s 2013-14 season, include a performance by the Argenta Trio – violinist Stephanie Sant’Ambrogio, cellist Dmitri Atapine, and pianist James Winn, the University of Nevada, Reno’s resident chamber ensemble. They will play Beethoven’s Triple Concerto with RCO music director Theodore Kuchar and the Orchestra. These concerts also include Beethoven’s well-known “Turkish March” from The Ruins of Athens, the Symphony No. 4, and the Romance No. 2 for violin and orchestra with Ms. Sant’Ambrogio. Stephanie Sant’Ambrogio enjoys a varied performing and recording career as a soloist, chamber musician and orchestral leader. She has performed as a soloist and chamber musician on the foremost stages of the U.S., as well as in Canada, Estonia, Sweden, Ghana, Italy, Peru and Mexico. Currently associate professor of violin and viola at the University of Nevada, Reno, she is also artistic director of Cactus Pear Music Festival, which she founded in 1997 while serving as concertmaster of the San Antonio Symphony. Former first assistant principal second violin of the Cleveland Orchestra, she toured and recorded internationally with this ensemble for eight seasons. Concertmaster of California’s Fresno Philharmonic and Ohio’s Lancaster Summer Festival Orchestra, Ms. Sant’Ambrogio has a discography of over seventy-five orchestral and chamber music CDs. Dmitri Atapine has appeared on some of the world’s foremost stages, including Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, Zankel and Weill Halls at Carnegie Hall, Chicago Cultural Center, and the National Auditorium of Spain. Mr. Atapine is making his debut this season with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, and his frequent festival appearances have included Music@Menlo Music Festival, La Musica Festival Sarasota, Nevada Chamber Music Festival, Cactus Pear Music Festival, and Aldeburgh Festival. He has won top prizes at the Carlos Prieto International, Florian Ocampo, and Llanes cello competitions. His recordings can be found on the Naxos, Albany, Urtext Digital, BlueGriffin and Bridge labels. Artistic director of the Ribadesella Chamber Music Festival (Spain) and Argenta Concert Series, Mr. Atapine is cello professor at the University of Nevada, Reno. James Winn, piano and composition professor at the University of Nevada, Reno since 1997, has performed widely in North America, Europe, and Asia. Dr. Winn has been solo pianist with the New York


City Ballet, a member of the New York New Music Ensemble and Hexagon, and pianist and resident composer of the TellurideChamber Music Festival, as well as a frequent guest with theChamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Speculum, the Group for Contemporary Music, Cactus Pear Chamber Music Festival, La Musica International Chamber Music Festival, Bargemusic, and Nevada Chamber Music Festival. He has been involved in world premieres and premiere recordings by many renowned composers, including 13 Pulitzer Prize winners. Dr. Winn is featured in more than three-dozen CDs, and his compositions have been performed internationally. Theodore Kuchar is the most recorded conductor of his generation, with over 100 compact discs to his credit on the Brilliant Classics, Naxos, Marco Polo, and Ondine labels. His CD “Latin American Classics” with the Orquesta Sinfónica de Venezuela was nominated for a 2013 Latin Grammy Award. Kuchar holds the posts of RenoChamber Orchestra music director, artistic director of the RCO’s Nevada Chamber Music Festival, music director of the Fresno Philharmonic, artistic director of the Orquesta Sinfónica de Venezuela, and conductor emeritus of the National SymphonyOrchestra of Ukraine. He has collaborated with world-renowned artists like James Galway, Joshua Bell, Itzhak Perlman, Yo-Yo Ma, Lynn Harrell, Jessye Norman, Sarah Chang, Mstislav Rostropovich, and Frederica von Stade. Tickets and more information are available at RenoChamberOrchestra.org or by calling 775-348-9413. Ticket prices range from $22 to $45 for adults. Everyone eighteen and younger, and all full-time students, can attend for $5. The Reno Chamber Orchestra, founded in 1974, provides the highest quality performances of repertoire written for smaller orchestra. It works to instill and promote the appreciation of music among audiences diverse in age, backgrounds and interests throughout the region. Along with its regular season of concerts, the Reno Chamber Orchestra presents the annual Nevada ChamberMusic Festival in December. More information can be found atRenoChamberOrchestra.org.


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 14, 2014

The University’s featured events for Saturday, March 15 – Friday, March 21 RENO, Nev. – The University of Nevada, Reno is featuring the following events this week: Seventh Annual American Indian/Alaska Native Education Summit – Monday, March 17 and Tuesday, March 18 8 a.m. – 5 pm., Joe Crowley Student Union, Milt Glick Ballrooms The Office of Indian Education and the Center for Student Cultural Diversity will host an education summit that will focus on building a foundation for success for American Indian/Alaska Native communities in Nevada. Presenters include First Lady Kathleen Sandoval and the National Indian Education Executive Director Ahniwake Rose. Find out more about the event and register for the conference. TEDx Univeristy of Nevada Live – Tuesday, March 18 8:30 a.m. – 8 p.m., Joe Crowley Student Union The public is invited to watch the live webcast of TEDx as it happens in Vancouver, Canada. For more information, contact Bret Simmons or visit the event website. FFA State Convention – Tuesday, March 18 through Friday, March 21 8 a.m. – 10 p.m., Lawlor Events Center The 85th FFA convention allows students from around Nevada to learn about agriculture education along with giving them leadership skills and preparing them for career success. For more information, visit nvaged.nv.gov/. Save the Date All-Beethoven Concert by Reno Chamber Orchestra – Saturday, March 22 and Sunday, March 23 7:30 p.m. (Saturday), Church Fine Arts, Nightingale Concert Hall 2 p.m. (Sunday), Church Fine Arts, Nightingale Concert Hall The all-Beethoven concerts are part of the Reno Chamber Orchestra’s 2013-14 season and include a performance by the Argenta Trio – violinist Stephanie Sant’Ambrogio, cellist Dmitri Atapine, and pianist James Winn, the University of Nevada, Reno’s resident chamber ensemble. For more information or tickets, call 775-784-4278 (4ART) or visit www.unr.edu/arts. Fakes, Frauds and Fads: What I Learned About Investigative Journalism as a Hedge Fund Manager – Monday, March 24 4 – 5 p.m., Reynolds School of Journalism, Studio A Cory Johnson, anchor and editor-at-large for Bloomberg Television, will share examples of how his career as an


investigative journalist helped him become a leading Wall Street hedge fund manager. A reception will follow the event in the Linn Reading Room. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Jill Stockton at 775-784-4783. ### Founded in 1874 as Nevada’s land-grant university, the University of Nevada, Reno ranks in the top tier of best national universities. With nearly 19,000 students, the University is driven to contribute a culture of student success, world-improving research and outreach that enhances communities and business. Part of the Nevada System of Higher Education, the University has the system’s largest research program and is home to the state’s medical school. With outreach and education programs in all Nevada counties and home to one of the largest study-abroad consortiums, the University extends across the state and around the world. For more information, visit www.unr.edu. Media Contact: Natalie Savidge Senior Communications Specialist Communications Office 775-784-4611 phone nsavidge@unr.edu Media newsroom: http://newsroom.unr.edu More releases - See more at: http://newsroom.unr.edu/2014/03/14/the-universitys-featured-events-forsaturday-march-15-friday-march-21/#sthash.RjoKThDH.dpuf


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 3, 2014

Former University student takes first prize at orchestra competition Flutist Carmella Cao wins 25th Annual Reno Chamber Orchestra College Concerto Competition RENO, Nev.– Flutist Carmella Cao won first prize in the Reno Chamber Orchestra’s 25th Annual College Concerto Competition, which took place Sunday, Jan. 26 at the University of Nevada, Reno’s Nightingale Concert Hall. Cao, now pursuing her doctorate degree at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and a former student at the University of Nevada, Reno, won the Competition with her performance of Carl Nielsen’s Flute Concerto. She will perform with the Reno Chamber Orchestra at the closing concerts of the Orchestra’s 2013-14 season April 26 and 27, 2014. The competition’s second prize went to flutist Michelle Griffin and third prize to trumpet player Jef Derderian, both current students at the University of Nevada, Reno. The Reno Chamber Orchestra’s College Concerto Competition is the only competition of its kind in the state of Nevada. The participants must attend a Nevada college or be a Nevada resident attending college out of state. They compete for cash prizes and the opportunity to appear as a soloist with the Reno Chamber Orchestra in one of its regular season concerts. Competitors receive detailed written comments on their performance from the distinguished panel of judges. Past participants have gone on to significant careers as soloists, orchestral musicians and teachers across the United States. Funding for the College Concerto Competition and for the Reno Chamber Orchestra concerts, at which the winner will perform, is provided by a generous grant from The Bretzlaff Foundation. For more information, visit renochamberorchestra.org. ### Founded in 1874 as Nevada’s land-grant university, the University of Nevada, Reno ranks in the top tier of best national universities. With nearly 19,000 students, the University is driven to contribute a culture of student success, world-improving research and outreach that enhances communities and business. Part of the Nevada System of Higher Education, the University has the system’s largest research program and is home to the state’s medical school. With outreach and education programs in all Nevada counties and home to one of the largest study-abroad


Flutist Carmella Cao wins 25th annual Reno Chamber Orchestra “College Concerto Competition” February 3, 2014 by ThisIsReno

RENO CHAMBER ORCHESTRA NEWS RELEASE – Carmella Cao was the first prize winner in the Reno Chamber Orchestra’s 25th annual College Concerto Competition, which took place last Sunday, January 26 at the University of Nevada, Reno’s Nightingale Concert Hall. Ms. Cao, now pursuing her doctorate degree at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and a former student at the University of Nevada, Reno, won the Competition with her performance of Carl Nielsen’s Flute Concerto. She will perform with the Reno Chamber Orchestra at the closing concerts of the Orchestra’s 2013-14 season on April 26 and 27, 2014. The Competition’s second prize went to flutist Michelle Griffin, a student at the University of Nevada, Reno. Third prize went to trumpet player Jef Derderian, also of UNR. The Reno Chamber Orchestra’s College Concerto Competition is the only competition of its kind in the state of Nevada. The participants, who must either attend a Nevada college or be a Nevada resident attending college out of state, compete for cash prizes and the opportunity to appear as soloist with the RCO in one of its regular season concerts. Competitors receive detailed written comments on their performance from the distinguished panel of judges. Past Competition participants have gone on to significant careers as soloists, orchestral musicians, and teachers across the United States. Funding for the College Concerto Competition and for the RCO concerts at which the winner will perform is provided by a generous grant from The Bretzlaff Foundation.


Former University student takes first prize at orchestra competition Flutist Carmella Cao wins 25th Annual Reno Chamber Orchestra College Concerto Competition 2/3/2014 - By: Staff Report Flutist Carmella Cao won first prize in the Reno Chamber Orchestra’s 25th Annual College Concerto Competition Sunday, Jan. 26. Photo provided by Chris Morrison.

Flutist Carmella Cao won first prize in the Reno Chamber Orchestra's 25th Annual College Concerto Competition, which took place Sunday, Jan. 26 at the University of Nevada, Reno'sNightingale Concert Hall. Cao, now pursuing her doctorate degree at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and a former student at the University of Nevada, Reno, won the Competition with her performance of Carl Nielsen's Flute Concerto. She will perform with the Reno Chamber Orchestra at the closing concerts of the Orchestra's 2013-14 season April 26 and 27, 2014. The competition's second prize went to flutist Michelle Griffin and third prize to trumpet player Jef Derderian, both current students at the University of Nevada, Reno. The Reno Chamber Orchestra's College Concerto Competition is the only competition of its kind in the state of Nevada. The participants must attend a Nevada college or be a Nevada resident attending college out of state. They compete for cash prizes and the opportunity to appear as a soloist with the Reno Chamber Orchestra in one of its regular season concerts. Competitors receive detailed written comments on their performance from the distinguished panel of judges. Past participants have gone on to significant careers as soloists, orchestral musicians and teachers across the United States. Funding for the College Concerto Competition and for the Reno Chamber Orchestra concerts, at which the winner will perform, is provided by a generous grant from The Bretzlaff Foundation.


3 things to do today, 1/19 11:22 AM, Jan. 19, 2014

Reno Chamber Orchestra Concert at UNR Led by maestro Theodore Kuchar, this 2 p.m program features two favorites of the classical repertoire, Tchaikovsky's "Serenade for Strings" and Mozart's final symphony, the "Jupiter." Reno Chamber Orchestra principal oboist Rong-Huey Liu also is featured in a modern masterpiece, the Concerto for Oboe and Orchestra by American composer John Corigliano. Cost: $22 to $45 general and $5 for youths/students. Where: University of Nevada, Reno, Nightingale Concert Hall, 1664 N. Virginia St. Details: 775-348-9413, info@renochamberorchestra.org. Animal Ark Wild Winter Weekend at 6,000 feet Join the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend at Animal Ark from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. View lynx, bobcats, cougars, wolves and other wild residents. The Animal Ark's winter wonderland is at 6,000 feet, so dress for outdoor fun in winter conditions and call ahead for updates. Golf cart transport not available. Cost: $12 adults, $11 seniors, $10 for children 3-16 and free for 2 and younger. Where: 1265 Deerlodge Road. Details: 775970-3111 or info@animalark.org. Beat the Heat Campaign In February, get a female cat fixed for $20 during Nevada Humane Society's Beat the Heat Campaign. Unplanned litters create millions of pets with no place to call home cats can even have three litters a year. Spaces are limited, so book your appointment today. Where: 2825 Longley Lane, suite B. Details: 775-856-2000, ext. 333.


Things 2 Do This Weekend! Posted: Jan 17, 2014 11:23 AM PSTUpdated: Jan 27, 2014 2:02 PM PST It's a comedy and animal lover's kind of weekend in Northern Nevada. For starters Sheep Dip is celebrating its 50th run on stage at John Ascuaga's Nugget in Sparks. You'll find real live livestock at Lawlor with the Professional Bull Riders tour and while they'll be on-screen, it's a cat-fan's festival at the Knitting Factory Saturday with an Internet Cat Film Festival. But there's also a fundraiser for a new Senior Center in Douglas County, a Disc Golf Tournament in Reno and a chance to ski with a Ranger at Heavenly. Enjoy! Friday 1/17 Raising Cane's Opens in south Reno The chicken finger chain is coming to Reno and will help out charities while it's here. First up a check presentation to the Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada. www.ccsnn.org

World Fight Championships at GSR Mixed Martial Arts will take center stage tonight at the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno. They have big names in the sport including Charles Dilks and Byron Cragg. www.grandsierraresort.com

Ski with a Ranger at Heavenly Resort You can ski with a U.S. Forest Service Ranger! The focus of the ski tour is about Environmental Awareness in the Tahoe National Forest. Tours start at 10 a.m. www.skiheavenly.com

Art Bite with Patricia Chidlaw noon-1pm The artist will be here to explain her exhibit at the Nevada Museum of Art. www.nevadaart.org


Sheep Dip 50th Anniversary 8 pm It's the 50th anniversary of this comedy show that pokes fun at the community's foibles. And it always includes some familiar faces. Curtain goes up at 8 pm inside John Ascuaga's Nugget. www.sheepdipshow.org

Saturday 1/18 Young at Heart Breakfast and Fundraiser Douglas Senior Center The Young at Heart Breakfast fundraiser will help finance a new Senior Center in Douglas County. It will be held in the current center at 2300 Meadow Lane in Gardnerville. It starts at 8 A.M. www.douglascountynv.gov

Professional Bull Riders at Lawlor Events Center All eyes will be on the 8-second ride at Lawlor as the Professional Bull Riders take center stage. www.pbr.com

Disc Golf 4th Annual Bag Tag Blitz north side of Rancho San Rafael 10:30 am The Ranch on the north side of Rancho San Rafael is the only Disc Golf Course in the area and they are holding their annual Bag Tag Blitz starting at 10:30am. www.renodisc.com

Reno Chamber Orchestra Nightingale Hall 7:30 pm The Reno Chamber Orchestra will feature some of its own talented members in solos in two weekend concerts at Nightingale Hall on the UNR Campus. Saturday night's concert is at 7:30 www.renochamberorchestra.org


Internet Cat Video Festival 9 pm Knitting Factory Grumpy Cat, Lil Bub and Keyboard Cat will all be a part of the Internet Cat Video Festival that you can see at the Knitting Factory in Reno Saturday night. Sounds like a yowling good time! www.re:knittingfactory.com

Sheep Dip 50th Anniversary Show It's the 50th anniversary of this comedy show that pokes fun at the community's foibles. And it always includes some familiar faces. Curtain goes up at 8 pm inside John Ascuaga's Nugget. www.sheepdipshow.org

Sunday 1/19 Reno Chamber Orchestra Nightingale Hall 2 pm The Reno Chamber Orchestra will feature some of its own talented members in solos in two weekend concerts at Nightingale Hall on the UNR Campus. Sunday afternoon's concert starts at 2 p.m. www.renochamberorchestra.org


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