Carson City Community Center
Youth Theatre Carson City is thrilled to announce our upcoming production of SEUSSICAL, JR., an exciting adventure through the world of Dr. Seuss. The show will run two weekends, July 25 – August 3, 2014 in the Bob Boldrick Theatre at the Carson City Community Center. SEUSSICAL, JR. is great fun for the whole family. Over 70 young local performers portray all the characters from the popular Dr. Seuss books in this fantastical musical extravaganza.
UPDATE 440PM: Firefighters have contained the fire by 35 percent. Resources have managed to keep a hold of the fire. There were two small slop overs that are being held in place by helicopter and crew work.
UPDATE 1020AM: All roads are now open. Residents can go back to their homes, however be alert and aware of the fire, and weather patterns in the area. The evacuation center at the Carson City Community Center is now closed. Animals can still be taken to Fuji Park.
UPDATE 926AM: The Clear Creek fire remains at 300 acres, 25 percent contained as of 9 a.m., according to Sierra Front Interagency Dispatch Center. No injuries reported. Vista Grande to Golf Course Drive is only open to residents. Around 40 homes in Clear Creek subdivision are under voluntary evacuation. Residents can go to the Carson City Community Center. Animals can be taken to Fuji Park.
The weather seems to be favoring the firefighters battling the Clear Creek Fire today. According to CarsonWeather.com, winds are expected to be light, with humidity above 60 percent.
The northwest flank of the fire (the steep side on the south side of Clear Creek Canyon) is still active. As a precaution, structure engines are staging in the Jacks Valley and Clear Creek subdivisions.
Lightning starts brush fire in Old Clear Creek area, 150 acres and growing; evacuation advisory underwaySubmitted by Jeff Munson on Wed, 07/16/2014 - 6:49pm
UPDATE 3 AM: Evacuation orders were instructed for Golf Club Drive, Jeffery Pine Lane to Old Clear Creek Road. There are about 20 to 30 homes in the area. Evacuees are urged to go to the Carson City Community Center. Animals can be sent to Fuji Park. The orders came down at around 1:45 a.m.
Have questions about the state's marijuana laws and the new city ordinance? Join Partnership Carson City and Sierra Nevada Forums for a special forum Monday that will address these and more.
The July 14 forum, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the Bob Boldrick Theater inside the Carson City Community Center, will present an explanation of the Nevada Revised Statute 453A relating to medical marijuana, and the new Carson City ordinance outlining the zoning for medical marijuana production and distribution facilities as they relate to the future of medical marijuana in Carson City.
Karen Abowd, Carson City Supervisor, Ward 1, hosts her monthly Walkabout today, July 11 at Mills Park. All interested parties are invited to attend.
This is an opportunity to discuss any topic or to bring up concerns, questions and ideas you may have about issues and challenges facing Carson City, and is the continuation of Abowd’s commitment to listen to her constituents.
To be a part of representative government and have a say, meet on the steps of Carson City Community Center at noon, and be sure to bring a bag lunch.
The Mile High Jazz Band is proud to present legendary trombonist Bill Watrous in concert and in a master class on Monday, Aug. 11, at the Carson City Community Center.
These events are part of the "Jazz & Beyond: Carson City Music Festival," which runs from Aug. 1 to Aug. 17 and features over 40 events, mostly in the downtown Carson City area.
The Carson City Board of Supervisors meet today beginning at 8:30 a.m. in the Sierra Room of the Carson City Community Center. An evening session to discuss a zoning ordinance that would allow for medical marijuana establishments will begin at 5:30 p.m.
UPDATE: Carson City Supervisors agreed Thursday to opt in on Nevada's medical marijuana law regarding establishments of dispensaries and facilities. The board voted 4 to 1 in favor of zoning changes that allow for medical marijuana establishments in zoned areas. Go here for the full story.
The second reading of a proposed zoning ordinance allowing for marijuana dispensaries and facilities for cultivation, production and testing will go before the Carson City Board of Supervisors on Thursday during an evening session.
Many celebrations are scheduled statewide in the month of July. These Nevada 150 events help celebrate all things Nevada and bring awareness to the state’s 150th Anniversary of Statehood. The following events are held July 1 through July 12.
The Carson City Board of Supervisors meet today beginning at 8:30 a.m. in the Sierra Room of the Carson City Community Center.
Among the items up for discussion is the board's direction as to whether it wants to allow medical marijuana establishments in the city.
The Western Nevada Musical Theatre Company is distributing audition information for the Lerner and Loewe masterwork, My Fair Lady, to play in eight performances this November at the Carson City Community Center.
Auditions will be the second week of August. Specific times, location and information on what to prepare for auditions will be emailed to those who sign up for auditions.
The Carson City Board of Supervisors will meet at 9 a.m. today to hear canvass results for the June 10, 2014 primary election. The brief meeting will be in the Sierra Room of the Carson City Community Center, 851 East William Street.
Today is Primary Day in Carson City and it is also Carson City Clerk-Recorder Alan Glover's birthday.
The 65-year-old elections chief, former five-term Nevada Assemblyman and later a Nevada State Senator before resigning when he was appointed Carson City Recorder in 1985, noted this is not only his last primary he will oversee, as he is retiring this year, but he's now got his "Medicare card and everything."
Nevada’s only official primary election results reporting website, www.SilverStateElection.com, launched Friday in preparation for Tuesday's 2014 primary election. The comprehensive reporting website allows the public to easily monitor the official results as reported by election officials statewide throughout the evening of the election.
For the local Carson City election, results can be found on the Carson City Election Office website here and on CarsonNow.org. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Carson City Community Center, 851 East William Street. Election results will begin to filter in after 7 p.m. first with the results from early voting.
Inspections through June 4, 2014 include convenience stores, bars and lounges, the Boys and Girls Club of Western Nevada, the Carson City Community Center, restaurants and fast food restaurants. Out of the 21 inspections, 13 received Grade AA scores of 100.
Greater Nevada Credit Union presented Carson High School’s Parent Teacher Student Association with a $1,940 check toward the PTSA’s annual Safe Grad event.
Julie Slocum, PTSA Safe Grad Volunteer Coordinator and GNCU Educational Branch Coordinator, accepted the donation Thursday at the GNCU Educational Branch on the CHS campus.
It’s that time of year again when a new crop of high school seniors look forward to traveling whatever paths they’ve chosen for themselves and more than a few eighth-grade students are looking forward with a combination of dread and anticipation, to beginning their high school years.
Of course graduation ceremonies mark these transitions and there are many planned for area schools. For those with friends or loved ones graduating this year, here is a list of graduations for easy scheduling. Locations are at the school unless otherwise noted.
Ayako’s Dance Studio, under the sponsorship of Pinkerton Ballet Theatre, will present “Dorothy’s Dance Adventure in the Land of Oz” at 7 p.m. Friday in the Bob Boldrick Theater at the Carson City Community Center.
General admission costs $10 per person. Admission for seniors 60 and older and children 10 and younger costs $7. Tickets can be purchased at the door.
In this week's It's Your City update, Carson City Mayor Bob Crowell provides insight on news and happenings around town, commenting on decisions made at the May 15 Board of Supervisors meeting and noting the significant drop in the city's unemployment rate in April.
Come spend the day with us at our Festival of Earthly Treasures IV and Healing Arts Fundraiser from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday, May 18 at the Carson City Community Center, 851 E. Williams Street in Carson City.
Spend the afternoon pampering and treating yourself with a massage, or learn to make jewelry, or attend a transformative workshop….. or get a reading for perspective on your life…. Whatever resonates with you!
We will be featuring free interactive workshops, jewelry, healing arts, readings, aromatherapy and a silent auction. Raffles prizes will be given away every 30 minutes.
The weather is warming up providing for another great season activities throughout Carson City and Northern Nevada. One of my favorite things about spring and summer is to share as many local events, food, music, the arts and entertainment with you. We have many festivities, activities and fundraisers being planned for the coming months.
Those of you who read my column on a regular basis know that I have recently renewed my commitment to fitness. And, let me tell you folks, I’m sore. I’m not just “ow that sort of hurts” sore. I’m sore like, when I stand up, my legs wobble like a baby horse and I limp to wherever I’m going sore. That’s really sore.
Come spend the day with us at our Festival of Earthly Treasures IV and Healing Arts Fundraiser from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, May 18 at the Carson City Community Center, 851 E. Williams Street in Carson City.
Spend the afternoon pampering and treating yourself with a massage, learn to make jewelry, attend a transformative workshop or get a reading for perspective on your life — whatever resonates with you.
We will be featuring free interactive workshops, jewelry, healing arts, readings, aromatherapy and a silent auction. Raffles prizes will be given away every 30 minutes.
Carson City Supervisor, Ward 1 Karen Abowd, hosts her monthly Walkabout Friday, May 9 at Mills Park. All interested parties are invited to attend and is an opportunity to discuss any topic or to bring up concerns, questions and ideas.
To be a part of representative government and have a say, meet at noon on the steps of Carson City Community Center and be sure to bring a bag lunch.
Murder. Corruption. Greed. Fame. And all that jazz. The Western Nevada Musical Theater Company brings the sizzling Broadway blockbuster, Chicago, to Northern Nevada on weekends, May 9-18 at the Carson City Community Center.
Set in the windy city during the roaring 1920's, the show follows the stories of two murderers - nightclub singer Velma Kelly, who kills her husband and sister when she finds them cheating on her; and aspiring vaudeville singer Roxie Hart, who murders her lover for promising to get her into show biz, only to get her into bed.
Western Nevada College's Musical Theatre Company brings the sizzling Broadway blockbuster, 'Chicago,' to Carson City, weekends, May 9-18.
Set in the Windy City during the ‘Roaring’ 1920's, the show follows the stories of two murderers, and entertains mightily with one explosive dance number after another
Starring are Kristin Charismas as Roxie, Robin Kato as Velma, Jeff Chamberlin as Billy Flynn, Cindy Sabatini as Mama Morton, Jeffrey Fast as Amos Hart and Christina Bourne as Mary Sunshine. More than 30 dancers complete the cast.
UPDATE: Carson City sheriff's deputies were looking for a man wearing a surgical mask who walked through the Smith's grocery parking lot early Tuesday evening and slashed the tires of a vehicle.
Dispatch received the call at 5:48 p.m. of a white man with brown hair wearing a surgical mask and a creamed colored jacket walk through the parking lot of the Smith's on William Street, slashing tires. He then fled in the direction of the Carson City Community Center and library. One vehicle had its tires slashed, said Carson City Sheriff's Office Sgt. Earl Mays.
Carson City Library will welcome Dr. Leslie-Pelecky, author of The Physics of NASCAR as special guest on Tuesday, April 15th, at 6:00 p.m.
This National Library Week highlight will take place in the Bob Boldrick Theater, 851 East William Street, at the Carson City Community Center. National Library Week highlights the value of libraries, librarians and library workers in our community and brings featured programs to your library.
Carson City Supervisor, Ward 1 Karen Abowd, hosts her monthly Walkabout Friday, April 11 at Mills Park. Abowd, who recently announced her second run for this position, invites everyone to meet for an open discussion of the myriad challenges and good things happening in Carson City.
Many great events are scheduled throughout the Silver State in the month of April to celebrate Nevada’s Sesquicentennial. These Nevada 150 events help celebrate all things Nevada and bring awareness to the state’s 150th Anniversary of Statehood.
Youth Theatre Carson City is excited to announce its upcoming production of Frank Loesser’s "Guys and Dolls, Jr." to be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday, March 28 - 30 in the Bob Boldrick Theatre at the Carson City Community Center.
The cast is comprised of more than 60 local youth ages 5 to 17, who play all the characters in this classic tale.
In light of the recent rabies incident, Lone Mountain Veterinary Hospital will be hosting a talk, "Understanding Rabies."
Debra Brus, DVM, former Senior Epidemiologist for the Washoe County District Health Department will be guest presenter. It will be held in the Bonanza room at the Carson City Community Center on Tuesday, April 8 at 6 p.m.
Coffee and dessert will be served. Please call to reserve your spot. (775) 883-3136.
Karen Abowd, Carson City Supervisor, Ward 1, hosts her monthly walkabout Friday, March 14 from noon to 1 p.m. at Mills Park. Everyone is invited to attend the event, which takes place the second Friday of each month.
“This gives the people an opportunity to openly discuss their concerns and ideas about a variety of topics impacting Carson City,” Abowd said. “More importantly, it keeps me in touch with where our constituency is coming down on these issues.”
Youth Theatre Carson City Showstoppers! would like to thank our community, friends and families for the support surrounding their recent trip to Disneyland and Disney Performing Arts in Anaheim, Calif.
Under the direction of Andie Anderson and Bri Valley, the Showstoppers! successfully completed a workshop with Disney Staff and a 30-minute performance on the Big Thunder Jamboree stage. "We are grateful to all involved. With your help, this once in a lifetime dream became a reality," said Director Andie Anderson. I could not be prouder of our Showstoppers!"
UPDATE: Carson City Supervisors reaffirmed its Feb. 20 meeting decision on an 1/8th cent sales tax question with a second 4 to 1 vote favoring plans.
Tax money will go to build a new animal services facility, a new multi-purposes athletic center, street and pedestrian improvements in the downtown area and Carson Street and William Street/Highway 50 East commercial corridors, and Community Center improvements.
The following was read at the Feb. 20, 2014 Board of Supervisors meeting. I said the following:
A Better Plan for Carson City
Now is the time for courage in leadership as we seek to secure financing and determine the timing of projects through a cooperative effort which will bring together the community, city staff and elected officials.
Carson City area job seekers will have a chance to meet with at least 50 employers Feb. 21 at an employment fair at the community center.
The fair runs from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. inside the gym area of the Carson City Community Center, 851 East William Street. It is being sponsored by Carson City Health and Human Services, JOIN, Inc. and the Carson City Chamber of Commerce.
The Carson City Board of Supervisors is seeking applications from persons interested in serving on the Shade Tree Council. There is currently one opening to fill a term that will expire in January 2015.
Karen Abowd, Carson City Supervisor, Ward 1, hosts her monthly walkabout Friday, Feb. 14 from noon to 1 p.m. at Mills Park.
“These monthly events play a critical role in keeping me in touch with the citizens of Carson City and allows me to hear directly about what concerns they feel are important and to hear ideas for our future,” Abowd said.
There are many things currently being considered by the Board of Supervisors, including ongoing discussions about the corridor project and creating a sustainable future for the Capital City.
Youth Theatre Carson City will hold auditions for Guys and Dolls, Jr. this Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014, beginning at 10 a.m. at the Carson City Community Center.
Auditioners should come prepared to sing a one minute song and to learn a dance combination. Tuition $100. Scholarships available.
UPDATE: With extended federal jobless benefits in peril, Carson City workforce employee counselors say hundreds of new jobseekers have begun to hit the streets, resumes in hand, looking for work.
Youth Theatre Carson City is excited to announce the upcoming production of "Shrek the Musical," an exciting adaptation of the classic DreamWorks film set to run Jan. 10-12 in the Bob Boldrick Theatre at the Carson City Community Center.