That’s the topic for the next episode of “Untold Stories”. These are excellent panel discussions that are held monthly at the Springs Preserve. This one ought to be particularly interesting.
Well, if you have been attending “Untold Stories” you do know a lot of Las Vegas History. However, there is a great deal of arcane and little-known history that should be better known. So, we are putting the focus on that type of history with December’s “Untold Stories”. Here’s your chance to learn more about street names around the Valley, the more colorful side of shall we say, Block 16 type businesses as well as the social history of Las Vegas from the 1930s to the 1950s.
From living with no air-conditioning to stories about Helen J. Stewart, Queho and more, “Las Vegas History You Don’t Know” will be a fun and entertaining way to learn more about the place we all call home.
Also, there will be “Stump the Panel” where you can ask them questions about arcane Las Vegas history that you know. Will they be able to add to your knowledge or will you have the stories they don’t know.
Join us on Thursday, December 3rd to find out!
Dr. Michael Green, Professor of History at the College of Southern Nevada. Dr. Mike is one of the premiere Southern Nevadan historians.
Mark Hall-Patton, director of Clark County Museums and a local author.
Donna and Gail Andress, they have lived in Las Vegas since 1932 when both arrived as children. They have helped Las Vegas grow from a dusty railroad town into the Entertainment Capital of the World. In addition, they are both local historians.
Thursday, December 3rd
Las Vegas Springs Preserve
Desert Learning Center
Admission $9.00 (buy a three-class series pass and get a discount!)
See you there!