Fall is in the air and the holidays are just around the corner! This year we are looking forward to reliving old traditions, creating new ones, and enjoying everything that our beautiful Northern Nevada area has to offer. The local community in Reno and Lake Tahoe celebrates life all year long and November is no exception! Take a peek at some of these fun upcoming events.
Entertainment icon Jerry Seinfeld’s comedy career took off after his first appearance on “The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson” in 1981. Eight years later, he teamed up with fellow comedian Larry David to create what was to become the most successful comedy series in the history of television: “Seinfeld.” Don’t miss this legendary, award-winning comedian as he performs live at the Reno Events Center in downtown Reno.
November 12 - 13
The Reno Phil’s Principal Trombonist, Jim Albrecht, will be the featured soloist for Appermont’s Colors for Trombone, a creative and imaginative piece that explores the wide color palette of the solo trombone. The program will conclude with a side-by-side performance featuring the Reno Phil Orchestra and Reno Phil Youth Symphony Orchestra playing Saint-Saëns’ most popular symphony. Camille Saint-Saëns’ Symphony No. 3 —known best as the “Organ” Symphony for its grand final movement featuring its namesake instrument—was written in 1886 at the height of his career. This gloriously exultant work features themes of renewal and resurrection. This is a performance not to be missed, the “Organ” Symphony truly awakens the spirit.
Reno Wine Walk
Join the wine walk, the third Saturday of every month, hosted by the small businesses of the Riverwalk Merchants Association along the Truckee River and neighboring streets in downtown Reno. This is a fun and quirky event where the costumes take center stage, you can socialize and have fun while strolling downtown Riverwalk businesses.
Reno’s Wobble Before You Gobble is a family fun run/walk/wobble that kicks off your Thanksgiving morning festivities in downtown Reno! Participants will make their way through downtown Reno and the nearby parks before returning to the finish where they will get a finisher's medal upon completion. Choose from either the 5k or the 10k length race.