Don’t be late, don’t be late, for this very important date! Join us for Summerlin’s Mad Hatter’s Tea Party taking place Friday, February 24 from 4:30 to 6 p.m. at the Gardens Community Center. Participants will experience face painting, storytelling and, of course, a madcap tea with Alice, the Queen of Hearts, the Mad Hatter and friends. Admission is $15 per person. Registration begins February 1. Due to the expected popularity and limited seating for this event, it’s recommended to register early. For more information, please call 702.341.5500
Do you have a prom dress or suit you no longer need? Don’t let it sit in the back of your closet collecting dust. Donate it instead! The Summerlin Council is partnering with Project 150 this prom season to collect new or gently used formal prom attire and accessories for disadvantaged or homeless high school age students. Donations will be accepted March 6 through 10 and can be dropped off at the Trails, Willows Gardens and Vistas Community Centers.
The following items are currently being accepted: new or gently used formal dresses, suits, shoes, ties, purses, accessories, make-up, hair products, shaving kits, shoe polish, as well as gift certificates for restaurants, limos, flowers, dry cleaners, and prom attire rentals. Project 150 is a non-profit organization serving more than 2,500 students from 49 school sites in Nevada with food, clothing, school supplies,
The Summerlin Council will offer a variety of swim classes this summer for Summerlin children ages three years and older. Qualified instructors from Aquatic Services provide lessons that include learning fundamentals and enhancing skills for your children. Swim lesson sign-ups for the Trails, Willows and Vistas Pools are scheduled for Saturday, April 1 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at The Willows Community Center, located at 2775 Desert Marigold Lane. Classes are $65 for level one and $70 for levels two through six. Registration takes place on an on-going basis thereafter as space permits at the Trails, Willows and Gardens Community Centers.
Each Summerlin household registering for swim lessons must be represented by a family member or friend when signing-up. An individual cannot register more than one household at a time. Each registering household must provide proof of residency (i.e. Summerlin ID card, driver’s license, utility bill, etc.).
Summerlin residents are invited to The Trails Park Ball Fields on April 8 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. for the annual Summerlin Egg Hunt Eggstravaganza. Egg Hunt will give your little ones an opportunity to scurry around The Trails Park in search of goodies, games and prizes that are sure to get things hopping for the entire family this spring. In addition, there will be visits by some very special guests. Everyone is sure to have an eggstra-special time.
Egg Hunt passes may be purchased in advance for $5 each starting March 20. Day-of passes are $8 each and may be purchased starting at 9 a.m. at The Trails Community Center. Proof of residency is required. For more information, please call 702-341-5500.
Summerlin residents are invited to celebrate the strawberry season at the Summerlin Strawberry Festival and Farmers Market on Thursday, May 4 from 4 to 8 p.m. Eat it. Drink it. Bake it. Toss it. Roll it. Run with it. Sing about it. You name it, we will do it…all with strawberries in mind! There will be various contests each with a strawberry theme, including a strawberry toss, shortcake eating challenge, and a relay race. Attendees will also enjoy a bounce house, face painter, and lively tunes that are sure to get you dancing to a strawberry-beat. So mark your calendars and plan to attend the Summerlin Strawberry Festival at the Gardens Park Farmers Market. For more information, please call 702.341.5500.
Summerlin children ages five to 18 years old are invited to join the Summerlin Seals Swim Team. Participants will have fun meeting neighbors, developing team spirit and competing against other pool teams in the community. Swim team sign-ups are scheduled for Saturday, May 6 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Trails Community Center. Registration fees are $135 per team member. For more information, call 702.341.5500.
Summerlin residents, get ready to roll up your sleeves and help save lives! On Saturday, May 6, join The Summerlin Council and the American Red Cross at the 2017 Summerlin Community Blood Drive to give back in a truly life-changing way. Taking place at the Trails Community Center, the blood drive will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Appointments typically take one hour and can be scheduled in advance by calling the Council at 702.341.5500. Donors must have good general health, be at least 17 years old and weigh a minimum of 110 pounds.
The American Red Cross has more than 130 years of experience providing humanitarian aid—including 70 years of supplying blood—to those in need. Each pint of blood collected at the drive helps save up to three lives and touches the lives of many more. It’s not every day that you have an opportunity to make a lifesaving impact on others. Pay it forward and schedule your appointment to donate at the Summerlin Community Blood Drive.
Kick-off the start of summer with the Summerlin Splash Bash at the Vistas Pool. Residents will have a splashing good time listening to poolside beats, eating complimentary hot dogs, getting water tattoos and enjoying lots more fun in the sun! Summerlin resident pool admission, guest policies and capacity restrictions apply.