Southern Nevada Symphony Orchestra

The Southern Nevada Symphony Orchestra is an all volunteer musical ensemble performing symphonic music for the public. “Our mission is to share our compassion and dedication for music with everyone. Our purpose is to encourage people of all ages and backgrounds to experience live music through professional concert performances.”

Lost City Museum

Lost City Museum in Overton NV

The Lost City Museum is located in Overton, NV and offers locals and visitors a glimpse into the history of the Moapa Valley Area. It is one of seven museums managed by the Division of Museums and History, an agency of the Nevada Department of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. The Lost City Museum presents the … Read more

Graphx Signs & Services

Signs Banners Printing Art Supplies Graphx Moapa Valley

Graphx Signs and Services offers a variety of products and services in Overton, NV. Printing Copies Art Supplies Office Supplies Books T Shirts AwardsDecals Repositional wall art (printed or cut vinyl) Labels/stickers 50/50 perf. window wraps Custom stencils. HOURS: Monday-Friday, 10 am – 4 pm Saturdays, 10 am -12 pm NEW! Graphx makes Custom Decals … Read more


Old Logandale School Historical and Cultural Society (OLSHACS) mission is to restore and preserve the historic treasures of Moapa Valley, to establish and maintain a museum of pioneer artifacts, and to establish and maintain a historical library. OLSHACS will promote the cultural arts in Moapa Valley by providing facilities for the displaying, teaching and performing … Read more

Moapa Valley Performing Arts Council

Moapa Valley Performing Arts Council

The Moapa Valley Performing Arts Council is a non-profit community organization whose purpose is to foster the awareness, understanding and appreciation of a broad spectrum of the performing arts among all the people of Moapa Valley. Become a Member and Help Support the Difference the Arts can make for all of us in Moapa Valley. … Read more

Moapa Valley Art Guild

Moapa Valley Art Guild

The Moapa Valley Art Guild was the brainchild of artist Max Bunnell. In 1955, when he was Art Teacher at Moapa Valley High School, he started a community art show. Max wanted the citizens of the Moapa Valley to have the opportunity to view the wide world of the visual arts and to appreciate the … Read more