Henderson, NV – A key tool for planning for spring and summer fun is now available. The City of Henderson’s activity and information guide, Henderson Happenings, has been delivered to every Henderson residence and business, and can be viewed online at cityofhenderson.com. Copies are also available at all Henderson recreation centers and pools during regularly scheduled hours.
Registration – online, mail-in and in-person – for most activities begins at 6 a.m. on Tuesday, March 26. A household account, which can be created online, must be established before signing up for most classes, workshops and events that require registration. New accounts can take up to three days before they can be accessed.
Henderson offers memorable daily and weeklong summer camp experiences for children ages 3-15 years. These programs fill up quickly, so early registration is encouraged. Visit cityofhenderson.com for details on summer camps.
Published three times each year, Henderson Happenings is the complete listing for sports, arts, outdoor recreation, lessons, memberships, rentals, and more for all ages, as well as a valuable source for information on Animal Care and Control, Fire, Police, and other city services.
Spring/Summer recreation programming begins in April and continues through August.
Events of note in the spring/summer guide include:
• Industrial Days, April 27
• Henderson Shines, May 4
• Art Festival of Henderson, May 11-12
• Slide Into Summer, May 31
• Glow Worm 5K Fun Run & 1-Mile Walk, June 15
• Fourth of July Celebration, July 4
The Henderson Pavilion (200 S. Green Valley Pkwy.) offers a varied spring/summer lineup, with tickets on sale now:
• Mamma Mia!, March 22-23 and March 29-30
• Henderson BluesFest Featuring the Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band and Beth Hart Band, April 13
• May the Fourth Be With You! (celebrating Star Wars), May 4
• Elle King, May 31
To learn more about Pavilion events, visit HendersonPavilion.com or call 702-267-4849 (4TIX). Follow the Henderson Pavilion on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Henderson residents can opt out of receiving Henderson Happenings in the mail by visiting cityofhenderson.com. While there, they can opt in to receive an email notification when the next issue of Henderson Happenings is available online.
For more information on Henderson programs and activities, visit cityofhenderson.com or call 702-267-4000. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.