PUBLIC /SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE ELKO AREA

Updated 4/19/2017

 

CITY OF ELKO

Support for Additional Flights into Elko

As this is a Legislative year, the Government Affairs Committee is watching closely the over 1100 Bill Drafts. One that has brought a lot of attention is BDR 18-92. This Bill Draft is focusing on bringing additional commercial and tourism flights into Elko via Reno and possibly Vegas. This is very important to our community.
Now that the draft is going forward with hearings, we need to show our support. Curtis Calder, the City Manager has drawn up a letter template, or you can write your own. Please send your letters of support directly to Curtis Calder at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

FMI:  Contact Billie Crapo at 775-738-7135 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

USDA RURAL DEVELOPMENT

1% Loans and Grants For Home Repair

USDA Rural Development has loans and grants available for home owners living in rural areas that are in need of home repairs.  The 504 Home Repair Loan offers a 1% interest rate with loans up to $20,000 and flexible terms of up to 20 years based on the individual’s ability to pay.  Loans of up to $7,499 or less require no lien against the home.  Very low-income home owners/lease holders are eligible to apply.  Search USDA single family housing repair Nevada to reach the website.

FMI: Contact the Elko Office at 775-738-8468 

 

NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

Flood Repairs on State Route 233

Nevada State Route 233 re-opened on March 9th between Interstate 80 and Montello following flood damage.  Certain sections of the roadway surface are gravel as final road repairs and paving continue.  For driver safety, speed limits are reduced to 45 miles per hour and there is continued construction activity on the road.  Meanwhile, the section of State Route 233 between Montello and the Nevada-Utah state line remains closed to through traffic following extensive flood damage.  No time frame for re-opening has been established; however, NDOT will continue to repair the road.

FMI: Call 511 before driving for up-to-the-minute state road conditions 

 

ELKO HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2017

Drug and Alcohol Free Graduation Party

Every year teens across the nation are hurt or killed on the night of their graduation due to drug and alcohol related accidents.  To keep this tragedy from happening in our community, parents of the graduating Elko High School Seniors are organizing a drug and alcohol free graduation party in a safe environment.  The party will include an evening of fun-filled activities, entertainment, food, and prizes. 

To make this event possible the parents of the EHS class of 2017 are asking local businesses, organizations, and community members for prize and monetary donations before May 30th.  Please consider helping to provide a safe, memorable grad night for this year’s seniors.   

FMI: Call Delmo Andreozzi at 775-934-8117 or Becky Shumway at 775-934-0687

 

U.S. SENATOR DEAN HELLER

Application Available for Nevadans Interested in Attending U.S. Service Academies

Application Deadline: Tuesday, October 31st, 2017

Senator Dean Heller’s (R-NV) office announced it is now accepting applications from Nevadans who are seeking a nomination to one of the five U.S. Service Academies: U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Military Academy, U.S. Naval Academy, U.S. Merchant Marines Academy, and the U.S. Coast Guard Academy.  The honor of attending one of the service academies comes with an obligation and commitment to serve in the U.S. military for a minimum of five years following graduation.  The application is available on Heller’s website and the deadline to submit an application is October 31st, 2017.  A nomination does not guarantee acceptance and it does not replace the admissions process for the service academies.  Nevadans can also seek a nomination from their representative in the House of Representatives and U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto.    

FMI: Visit https://www.heller.senate.gov/academy-nominations.

 

YOUNG LIFE

Meetings

Most Mondays at 6:42 pm

616 Commercial Street

Young Life is for High School teens.  Come and have fun at a place where teens can be themselves.  Check out the Facebook page: Young Life Elko/Spring Creek.

FMI: Contact Brittani Cottrell at 775-397-8129  

 

ELKO CHESS CLUB

Sierra Java

Every Sunday

At noon

Come and join the Elko Chess Club every Sunday at Sierra Java. 

 

NORTHERN NEVADA SCORE

Business Consulting

Do you need some expert advice on how to start a business or grow an existing business?  SCORE is a non-profit dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground as well as grow and achieve business goals through education and mentorship.  They provide: free, confidential business mentoring in person or via e-mail, free business tools, templates, & tips, and inexpensive or free business workshops.

FMI: Call 844-232-7227 or visit NorthernNevadaSCORE.org.

 

ELKO DOWNTOWN BUSINESS ASSOCIATION

Flags Over Elko

Memorial Day through 4th of July

The Downtown Business Association is looking for sponsors for Flags Over Elko.  This is an opportunity to come together to celebrate our country and support our community. 

Flags over Elko will involve flags being displayed throughout downtown throughout the City of Elko.  Over 54 American Flags will fly over the streets of Elko in a beautiful and moving celebration from Memorial Day and will continue through the 4th of July celebration.  There will be an ongoing need to replace flags due to age and weather.  All proceeds raised will go toward the purchase of flags and poles in addition to assisting with local community projects.    

FMI: Call Rushele Melton 775-299-7444 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

THE HALLENBECK FAMILY

Highway Memorial Donations

Memorial Day through 4th of July

Michael “Mikey” Hallenbeck, a 21 year-old ski lift operator and wildland firefighter on the Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit, tragically lost his life while fighting the Sierra Fire in August of 2015.  The California State Senate and Assembly passed Senate Concurrent Resolution Number 149 the portion of State Highway Route 50 from Mount Ralston Road to Echo Summit as the Firefighter Michael “Mikey” Hallenbeck Memorial Highway.  The Hallenbeck family hopes to raise $9,000 toward the highway memorial signs.  Tahoe Fund is collecting donations for the family.      

FMI: To donate go to www.tahoefund.org

 

 

APRIL 19th

SPRING CREEK ASSOCIATION

Public Utilities Commission Water Consumer Session

Wednesday, April 19th, 2017

Spring Creek High School Gym (14550 Lamoille Highway, Spring Creek)

6:00 pm

Spring Creek Association Residents please attend this water consumer session and let your voice be heard!  This is your one chance!  The Public Utilities Commission will be holding a consumer session in Spring Creek to hear the concerns of the residents.  Those present at this meeting will include: PUCN staff, PUCN Commissioners, Bureau of Consumer Protection, Great Basin Water Company Representatives, and our local government officials. 

THIS IS THE TIME TO LET THEM HEAR THE CONCERNS OF OUR WHOLE COMMUNITY WITH WATER.  DO NOT MISS YOUR OPPORTUNITY! 

FMI: Call 775-753-6295 

 

NEVADA ASSOCIATION OF EMPLOYERS

Employers’ Rights & Responsibilities Regarding Medical & Recreational Marijuana

Red Lion Hotel Casino (2065 Idaho Street, Elko)

Wednesday, April 19th, 2017

8:30 am-11:30 am

Cost: $49 (members) $89 (non-members)

Registration is Required

As more states legalize marijuana for medical and recreational use, such as Nevada, many employers are wondering what it will mean for their workplace policies and practices.  The challenge for employers is that marijuana is still legal under federal law, and state laws provide different levels of protection, if any, for employees who use it.  NAE has gathered a distinguished panel of professionals to provide general guidelines for employers and address issues including: should employers revise their drug and alcohol policies, should employers drug test employees who possess valid medical marijuana cards, are employers required to accommodate employee marijuana use, how do employers determine if an employee is “impaired”?  Learn the answers to these questions and more at this relevant and timely event. 

FMI: Or to register, e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

APRIL 20th

BUSINESS AFTER HOURS

Ledgestone Hotel and The American Cancer Society

Thursday, April 20th, 2017

5:30 pm-7:00 pm

Ledgestone Hotel (2585 East Jennings, Elko)

Business After Hours this month will be hosted by the Ledgestone Hotel and the American Cancer Society.  They will be holding an additional special raffle for the best crazy socks!  So, wear your craziest socks and you could win a free night’s stay at the Ledgestone Hotel!  This month the Chamber will be offering additional raffles as incentives for the new community members to Attend Business After Hours, as well as business owners.  If this will be your first time attending Business After Hours you may enter a raffle to win a gift card to Cowboy Joe Coffee!  If you are a business owner and attend this month’s Business After Hours, you may enter the raffle to win a gift card to Blind Onion Pizza!  This event is free and open to the public.  It’s a great place to make community and business connections! 

FMI: Call the Elko Chamber 775-738-7135

 

APRIL 21st

HORIZON HOSPICE

11th Annual Souper Bowl

Elko Convention Center

Friday, April 21st, 2017

6:30 pm-9:30 pm

Dinner Hosted By Local Chefs

Horizon Hospice is a community hospice and provides all services free of charge.  The community funds all operating costs of Horizon Hospice through private or corporate donations and The Newmont Legacy Fund.  This special night will help Horizon Hospice continue to provide free care to all dying individuals and their loved ones in Elko County.  The Horizon Hospice Benefit will raise funds for operating costs, educate the community regarding end-of-life issues, recognize Horizon Hospice volunteers, recognize corporations for their philanthropy, and entertain the community.  You can help by sponsoring the event or purchasing tickets.  Sponsorships range from $1,000 to $10,000 and individual sponsors can buy tickets for $65 each. 

FMI: Call 778-0612 or Fax 777-3648

 

FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER

Nutrition: Fats – Are they really bad for you?

Family Resource Center (331 7th Street, at the corner of Railroad Street, Elko)

Friday, April 21st, 2017

10:00 am-11:00 am

Free food and nutrition events are available at the Family Resource Center.  Everyone is welcome and all attendees will receive a FREE bag of healthy food!  Call to reserve your spot.  Space is limited.    

FMI: 775-753-7352

 

APRIL 22nd

CITY OF ELKO      

Take Pride, Clean Up – Green Up and Annual Prescription Roundup

Saturday, April 22nd, 2017

The public is invited to help clean up our communities and help keep unused prescription drugs out of the water supply.  New this year is a “Grow a Tree” workshop from 10:30 am-11:30 am in Elko Main City Park.  Traditional features will continue will continue with Elko Landfill fees waived on Saturday, April 22nd, prescription drug collection barrels from 9:00 am-1:00 pm in Elko Main City Park and at the Spring Creek Community Center, E-waste collection in the park from 10:00 am-2:00 pm by Nevada I.T., and Shredding at Ruby Mountain Resource Center from 9:30 am-4:00 pm (limited to one box per customer), the Lion's Club will be collecting old prescription glasses at the Main City Park from 9:00 am-1:00 pm, the Hazardous Household Waste (HHW) program, located at the City of Elko Landfill will be accepting residential waste from 10:00 am-2:00 pm.

Volunteers should gather at 7:30 am at in the parking lot by the City of Elko office building (1751 College Avenue in Elko or at the Spring Creek Community Center, 401 Fairway Boulevard).

Volunteers will be eligible for a raffle to be held on April 28th and will receive a one-day Elko Landfill pass.  Volunteer appreciation barbecues will be provided at 11:30 a.m. at Elko Main City Park’s barbecue pit #1 and at the Spring Creek Community Center. 

FMI: Volunteer teams can pre-register online at www.elkocity.com and at www.pacecoalition.com, or by calling (775)777-7210 or (775)777-7210, or by e-mailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

RIVERTON ELKO

3rd Annual Operation Kidsafe “Child Safety Day”

Riverton Elko Chevrolet Buick GMC Cadillac (3750 E. Idaho Streeet, Elko

Saturday, April 22nd, 2017

10:00 am-4:00 pm

FREE

Come to Riverton Elko for a free digital fingerprint and photo safety program and safety tips to help you set up a family safety action plan. 

Operation KidSafe captures your child’s picture and fingerprints using a digital video capture device, digital inkless fingerprint capture device, and specialized software.  The captured data is assembled and a quality 8 ½ x 11” printout is given to the parent.  The parent can use the print out they receive to provide to law enforcement anywhere in the world to instantly aid in an investigation.  No database or records of children are maintained.  The only record of the visit will go home with the parent for safekeeping.       

FMI: Check RivertonElko.com and the Riverton Elko GM Facebook page for details

 

ELKO MEXICAN FOLKLORICO BALLET

9th Annual Gala

Elko Convention Center (700 Moren Way, Elko)

Saturday, April 22nd, 2017

5:00 pm

Tickets are $10 (available at the door or through participants)

You are cordially invited to learn about the culturally rich Mexican States of Oaxaca (two regions), Tabasco, Colima, and Yucatan. 

FMI: Contact Valentina Ortiz at 775-934-9528

 

ELKO COUNTY ART CLUB

Saturday Art Jam

Saturday, April 22nd, 2017

10:00 am-12:00 pm

The Gallery (Elko County Art Club, 407 Railroad Street, Elko)

$15 per class

Moms are invited to bring your children and enjoy a couple of hours of art.  An experienced art educator hosts this fun class!  This class will be taught by Lynn Kistler and will focus on Natures materials – Earth Day. 

FMI: Call the Elko County Art Club at 775-753-8170

 

APRIL 23rd

ROCKIN’ THE FLOOD MUSIC FEST

Flood Benefit Concert

Elko Convention & Visitors Authority

Sunday, April 23rd, 2017

1:00 pm-6:00 pm

Tickets available at the door for suggested donation of $5 for children and $10 for adults

Four local bands are going to rock the Elko Convention High Jacked, Muddy Boots and the Porch Pounders, Whiskey and Wine, and Beach Party Surfers Band USA, along with the ECVA and Elko Chamber are hosting a fundraiser for local flood victims.  All proceeds will go to the Elko Red Cross to help those who lost so much during the flood.  There will be food, beverages, a kid zone, and some raffle/silent auction items.  This is a family friendly event. 

They are looking for donations of food, raffle/auction items, and volunteers.  All items can be dropped off at the Sherman Station or contact Billie Crapo at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 775-738-7135.

FMI: Call Chip Stone or Billie at the Elko Chamber of Commerce with any questions 397-5506

 

CALIFORNIA TRAIL INTERPRETIVE CENTER

Children’s Pioneer Walk through History Program

Sunday, April 23rd, 2017

2:00 pm

California Trail Interpretive Center,

Meet in the South Fork History Research Library

Ages 4 and up Accompanied by an Adult

Children enjoy learning the history along the California Trail and discuss family pioneer wagon travel during an interactive walk.  They will enjoy the murals, dioramas, wagons, discuss camp chores, and stories of the 1840’s emigration west.  Enjoy pioneer costumes, history, and art.

FMI: Call the Elko County Art Club at 775-753-8170

 

APRIL 24th

ELKO COUNTY LIBRARY

Family History Workshop

Elko County Library (720 Court Street, Elko)

Meeting Room

Monday, April 24th, 2017

6:00 pm

The workshop will offer a basic introduction to genealogical research, using resources available through the library and at the Elko Family History Center.  Participants will learn about searching their family history using sites like ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org, and how to organize the results of their searches with popular family tree software programs.  The workshop may last up to one hour.  It is free to the public, but registration is requested. 

FMI: Call Patrick Dunn at the Library at 738-3066

 

MAY 1st

ELKO RURAL CLINICS

Basic Signs and Symptoms of Drug Use

Monday, May 1st, 2017

5:30 pm-7:30 pm

The Terraces at Ruby View (1795 Ruby View Drive, Elko)

Free

May is Mental Health Month.  Elko Rural Clinics have partnered with The Terraces at Ruby View to host Mental Health Mondays.  Learn the basics of recognizing possible drug use and how the signs and symptoms are often mistaken for mental illness.  They will also discuss current emerging trends such as marijuana psychosis, marijuana legalization, U-47700, and opioid addiction.  Presented by Detective Mike Keema and Sergeant Doug Fisher with the Elko Narcotics Unit. 

FMI: Call Rebecca at 775-738-8021 extension 235

 

MAY 5th & 6th

YOUNG LIFE

Donations for The Young Life Garage Sale

616 Commercial Street

Young Life is looking for donations.  Help send a teen to camp.  Are you Spring Cleaning and want to give stuff away?  Young Life will take it!  Young Life is looking for items for their Annual Garage Sale on May 5th and 6th.  Call Brittani Cottrell at 775-397-8129 to drop your items off.

FMI: Contact Brittani Cottrell at 775-397-8129  

 

MAY 6th

FRIENDS OF THE ELKO COUNTY LIBRARY

Just Desserts Fundraiser

Saturday, May 6th, 2017

Elko County Library

5:30 pm-8:00 pm

Tickets are $15 per person

Must be 21 or older to attend

The Friends of the Elko County Library will be hosting the 29th annual “Just Desserts” fundraiser event this year.  There will be a selection of adult beverages, fruit punch, and gourmet coffees to enjoy while tasting for a selection of desserts.  You can purchase tickets at the Elko County Library in advance, or buy tickets at the door that evening.  There will be a $500 and a $1,000 door prize.  Local residents and businesses generously donate desserts, wines, and silent auction items to The Friends for the annual fundraiser.  These items will be in a silent auction that community members an bid on to raise money for the Elko County Library.  This year’s silent auction includes a variety of items that will be on display at the Library.                   

FMI: Contact the Library at 738-3066

 

ELKO COUNTY LIBRARY

Toddler Time Canceled

Saturday, May 6th, 2017

Toddler time at the Elko County Library will be canceled on Saturday, May 6th due to a library closure for the Friends of the Library’s Just Desserts fundraiser.  The next Toddler Time will be on Saturday, June 3rd at the library. 

FMI: Contact the library at 738-3066 or visit their website at www.elkocountylibrary.org

 

ELKO COUNTY PUBLIC SHOOTING FACILITY

Clean Up Day

Elko County Public Shooting Facility

Saturday, May 6th, 2017

8:00 am-12:00 pm

The Elko County Public Shooting Facility has been used extensively this winter and spring and is in need of maintenance and clean up.  Please come and show your pride in the only locally owned and managed Elko County Public Shooting Facility.  Meet at 8:00 am rain or shine!  All the help that is available is needed.  Please bring water to drink, food (if you like), gloves, rakes, and shovels.  Garbage bags and a trailer to take trash to the dump will be provided.  Anyone that has a backhoe and is willing to donate it is greatly appreciated.  Contact Scott Brown for directions or a map. 

FMI: Call Scott Brown at 775-738-6816 extension 212

 

CITY OF ELKO      

17th Annual Cinco de Mayo Parade

Saturday, May 6th, 2017

Line Up: 9:00 am at La Fiesta Restaurant

Start Time: 11:00 am (Traditional Parade Route)

The Grand Marshall will be Jeff Laughter, Elko flood volunteer organizer.  Registration has already begun so call now to get your spot!  The parade ends at the Main City Park where there will be a celebration with live music and Mexican folklore dancing.  Mexican food will also be for sale.

FMI: Call Nancy Davila at 775-385-4327 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

ELKO COUNTY ART CLUB

Saturday Art Jam

Saturday, May 6th, 2017

10:00 am-12:00 pm

The Gallery (Elko County Art Club, 407 Railroad Street, Elko)

$15 per class

Moms are invited to bring your children and enjoy a couple of hours of art.  An experienced art educator hosts this fun class!  This class will be taught by Cheryl Bishop and will focus on Georgia O’Keeffe Watercolor Flower. 

FMI: Call the Elko County Art Club at 775-753-8170

 

MAY 8th

ELKO RURAL CLINICS

Positive Behavior Support 101

Monday, May 8th, 2017

5:30 pm-7:30 pm

The Terraces at Ruby View (1795 Ruby View Drive, Elko)

Free

Building Cooperative Behavior will provide an overview of research-based key strategies to create a supportive environment for individuals with challenging behavior.  For anyone living or working with children.  Presented by Robert Johnson, BCBA and Jocelyn Whitworth, Med from the Nevada Center for Excellence in Disabilities, UNR.

FMI: Call Rebecca at 775-738-8021 extension 235

 

MAY 9th & MAY 10th

HOSPITAL AUXILIARY

Grass Roots Uganda Sale

Tuesday, May 9th, 2017 and Wednesday, May 10th, 2017

9:00 am-3:00 pm

The Hospital Auxiliary is hosting the Grass Roots Uganda sale.  New items to look for besides the wonderful one of a kind jewelry and cloth items are angles, ornaments, and more.  All proceeds go back to the Guilds of Grass Roots Uganda.  Come and support this great project.

 

MAY 13th

ELKO COUNTY ART CLUB

Saturday Art Jam

Saturday, May 13th, 2017

10:00 am-12:00 pm

The Gallery (Elko County Art Club, 407 Railroad Street, Elko)

$15 per class

Moms are invited to bring your children and enjoy a couple of hours of art.  An experienced art educator hosts this fun class!  This class will be taught by Lynne Kistler and will focus on pastel chalk. 

FMI: Call the Elko County Art Club at 775-753-8170

 

MAY 15th

ELKO RURAL CLINICS

NAMI – In Our Own Voice

Monday, May 15th, 2017

5:30 pm-7:30 pm

The Terraces at Ruby View (1795 Ruby View Drive, Elko)

Free

First-hand account of what it is like to live with mental illness.  Through their story and the opportunity to ask questions, you will gain a deeper understanding of this often misunderstood topic.  You will learn that every person with mental illness can have hope for a bright future.  Presented by 2 members of NAMI – National Alliance of Mental Illness. 

FMI: Call Rebecca at 775-738-8021 extension 235

 

MAY 19th and 20th

OVERLAND STAGE AUDITIONS

Disney’s The Little Mermaid Junior

High Desert Dance Company (2719 Argent Avenue Suite 1, Elko)

Friday, May 19th, 2017 and Saturday, May 20th, 2017

5:00 pm-7:00 pm

Performers Ages: 8-18

Registration is Required

Calling all performers ages 8-18 to join a production “under the sea” in Overland Stage’s summer production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Jr.  Auditions are May 19th and 20th at High Desert Dance Company.  Come prepared to read from the script, learn a dance number, and sing one minute of a Broadway style song. 

FMI: Contact Becca at 775-934-9870

 

MAY 20th

BIKERS AGAINST CHILD ABUSE (B.A.C.A.)

3rd Annual Northeastern Nevada 100 Mile Ride

Saturday, May 20th, 2017

Starting Point: Gold Rush Harley-Davidson (2640 Ruby Vista Drive, Elko)

Ending Point: Spring Inn (358 Spring Valley Parkway, Spring Creek)

Registration is at 10:30 am

Kickstands up at Noon

$10 per Rider

$5 per Passenger

This is an annual B.A.C.A International Awareness Event.  Any proceeds go to the mission of empowering abused children in Northeastern Nevada.  There will be food and more fun at the last stop!    

FMI: Call 775-385-8493 or visit BACAWorld.org  

 

ELKO COUNTY FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT

Spring Creek Fire Safety Day

Spring Creek Fire Station #1 (5 Licht Parkway (near roundabout), Spring Creek)

Saturday, May 20th, 2017

10:00 am-2:00 pm

As part of Nevada’s May Wildfire Awareness Month, the Elko County Fire Protection District is inviting local businesses and emergency services personnel to participate in this community fire safety event.  The Fire District believes in providing quality, interactive, and memorable educational experiences to increase fire awareness and safety.  This is an educational event that will include wildfire awareness, stop drop and roll, fire alarm safety, smoke detector and carbon monoxide testing, fire extinguisher education, calling 911, emergency escape plans, home fire drills, visible home address, get out and stay out, establishing a safe meeting place, and much more!  Raffle items and free hot dogs for the kids will be available. 

FMI: Contact Sarah at 775-738-9960

 

 

ELKO COUNTY ART CLUB

Saturday Art Jam

Saturday, May 20th, 2017

10:00 am-12:00 pm

The Gallery (Elko County Art Club, 407 Railroad Street, Elko)

$15 per class

Moms are invited to bring your children and enjoy a couple of hours of art.  An experienced art educator hosts this fun class!  This class will be taught by Cheryl Bishop and will focus on Oriental Ink Painting. 

FMI: Call the Elko County Art Club at 775-753-8170

 

MAY 22nd

ELKO RURAL CLINICS

In Their Own Shoes

Monday, May 22nd, 2017

5:30 pm-7:30 pm

The Terraces at Ruby View (1795 Ruby View Drive, Elko)

Free

This program is for anyone living with, caring for, or working with teens.  Participants will have an opportunity to see, from the teen’s perspective, their struggles with unhealthy teen relationships.  Discussion about tried and true ways adults/parents can better understand and more effectively engage with their teens.  Presented by Leslie Rangel, LCSW at Elko Rural Clinics. 

FMI: Call Rebecca at 775-738-8021 extension 235

 

MAY 27th

ELKO COUNTY ART CLUB

Saturday Art Jam

Saturday, May 27th, 2017

10:00 am-12:00 pm

The Gallery (Elko County Art Club, 407 Railroad Street, Elko)

$15 per class

Moms are invited to bring your children and enjoy a couple of hours of art.  An experienced art educator hosts this fun class!  This class will be taught by Lynne Kistler and will focus on Oil Pastels. 

FMI: Call the Elko County Art Club at 775-753-8170

 

JUNE 3rd

ELKO COUNTY ART CLUB

Saturday Art Jam

Saturday, June 3rd, 2017

10:00 am-12:00 pm

The Gallery (Elko County Art Club, 407 Railroad Street, Elko)

$15 per class

Moms are invited to bring your children and enjoy a couple of hours of art.  An experienced art educator hosts this fun class!  This class will be taught by Cheryl Bishop and will focus on Burnished Color Pencil Sunset. 

FMI: Call the Elko County Art Club at 775-753-8170

 

JUNE 10th

ELKO COUNTY ART CLUB

Saturday Art Jam

Saturday, June 10th, 2017

10:00 am-12:00 pm

The Gallery (Elko County Art Club, 407 Railroad Street, Elko)

$15 per class

Moms are invited to bring your children and enjoy a couple of hours of art.  An experienced art educator hosts this fun class!  This class will be taught by Lynne Kistler and will focus on Watercolor. 

FMI: Call the Elko County Art Club at 775-753-8170

 

JUNE 17th

ELKO COUNTY ART CLUB

Saturday Art Jam

Saturday, June 17th, 2017

10:00 am-12:00 pm

The Gallery (Elko County Art Club, 407 Railroad Street, Elko)

$15 per class

Moms are invited to bring your children and enjoy a couple of hours of art.  An experienced art educator hosts this fun class!  This class will be taught by Cheryl Bishop and will focus on Rock Painting.

FMI: Call the Elko County Art Club at 775-753-8170

 

JUNE 24th

ELKO COUNTY ART CLUB

Saturday Art Jam

Saturday, June 24th, 2017

10:00 am-12:00 pm

The Gallery (Elko County Art Club, 407 Railroad Street, Elko)

$15 per class

Moms are invited to bring your children and enjoy a couple of hours of art.  An experienced art educator hosts this fun class!  This class will be taught by Lynne Kistler and will focus on Colored Pencils.

FMI: Call the Elko County Art Club at 775-753-8170

 

JULY 1st

ELKO COUNTY ART CLUB

Saturday Art Jam

Saturday, July 1st, 2017

10:00 am-12:00 pm

The Gallery (Elko County Art Club, 407 Railroad Street, Elko)

$15 per class

Moms are invited to bring your children and enjoy a couple of hours of art.  An experienced art educator hosts this fun class!  This class will be taught by Cheryl Bishop and will focus on Foil Scratch Art.

FMI: Call the Elko County Art Club at 775-753-8170

 

JULY 15th

ELKO COUNTY ART CLUB

Saturday Art Jam

Saturday, July 15th, 2017

10:00 am-12:00 pm

The Gallery (Elko County Art Club, 407 Railroad Street, Elko)

$15 per class

Moms are invited to bring your children and enjoy a couple of hours of art.  An experienced art educator hosts this fun class!  This class will be taught by Cheryl Bishop and will focus on Acrylic Water Reflection on Cardboard.

FMI: Call the Elko County Art Club at 775-753-8170

 

AUGUST 5th

ELKO COUNTY ART CLUB

Saturday Art Jam

Saturday, August 5th, 2017

10:00 am-12:00 pm

The Gallery (Elko County Art Club, 407 Railroad Street, Elko)

$15 per class

Moms are invited to bring your children and enjoy a couple of hours of art.  An experienced art educator hosts this fun class!  This class will be taught by Cheryl Bishop and will focus on Tiffany Book.

FMI: Call the Elko County Art Club at 775-753-8170

 

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