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The VVV crew is going to be tour guides, and weâ€™d love to meet you.
Sunday 10/28/2007 from 1 to 5 pm.
Click here for our previous post of the flyer for directions and links to other websites about this remarkable collection.
City of Las Vegas Cultural Affairs and the Atomic Age Alliance host this mid evening event after First Friday on November 2. We spoke to Richard Hooker and at this moment, there are 20 seats left. Weâ€™d love to have some more VVV readers join us. Paco, Ben, Mary, Pam, Steve and Jack will all be on the bus.
In our previous post on the subject, we didnâ€™t have a flyer yet, but here it is! If you want to go, youâ€™ll have to call ASAP!
Click on the flyer above for more information. Only a few seats are left now.
A whole library full of events at the Vegas Valley Book Festival November 2 and 3. The bus tour above is actually part of it.
Alan Hess, the world renown architectural historian is among the many featured authors and lecturers.
Click Here for our post on the tour of the Morelli House so I wonâ€™t repeat myself. If you love Mid Mod, or want to become a lover of Mid Mod, this is a must see.
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