WHAT: The Smith Center for the Performing Arts gets one step closer to opening its doors as it celebrates the “topping out” of Reynolds Hall, reaching its highest point of 170 feet. The ceremony will begin with a live performance down City Parkway by Clark High School Marching Band and will culminate with the raising of the final steel beam, topping out construction for this monumental project.
Guests in attendance will have the opportunity to sign the final steel beam before it is put in place, becoming a part of The Smith Center’s history. Immediately following the ceremony, tours of The Smith Center will be available.
WHO: Myron G. Martin, President & CEO
Donald D. Snyder, Chairman of the Board
Oscar B. Goodman, Mayor of Las Vegas
Mr. Fred W. Smith, Chairman of the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation
Clark High School Marching Band
WHEN: Thursday, February 25, 2010
2:45 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Media check-in is at 2:30 pm
WHERE: The Smith Center for the Performing Arts Construction Site
Entrance to the construction site is available from Clark Avenue, located on Grand Central Parkway, just north of Bonneville Avenue.