Moapa Valley Days 2021

Moapa Valley Days 2021

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Moapa Valley Wide Yard Sale

March 12-13, 2021

The 16th Annual Moapa Valley Wide Yard Sale will take place March 12 and 13, 2021 in various locations throughout the valley. View the Online Yard Sale Map, or pick up The Progress March 10 Newspaper from many locations throughout the Valley. Want to get your yard sale site listed on the Online Map? The cost is $15 and you can submit your site online

Moapa Valley Art Guild Spring Art Sale

March 12-13, 2021

Join the Moapa Valley Art Guild and OLSHACS in celebrating Moapa Valley Days! We’ll have a food truck or two, activities, and Art and Artsy things to buy from people right here in the Moapa Valley! March 12 and 13 from 10 am-4 pm at OLSHACS 3011 North Moapa Valley Blvd Logandale NV 89021

Moapa Valley Days Art Show & Open House

Come join us March 12-13, Friday and Sat 10am-4pm at OLSHACS for our Moapa Valley Days Open House. See our new displays. Learn the history of our valley. Enjoy the art done by our local artists. Enter our free drawing.

There will be a Food Truck at OLSHACS!

Movie in the Park

March 12, 2021-6:30 pm-Logandale Ballfields

Come out and enjoy a Drive In Style Movie right here in Moapa Valley! Friday March 12, 2021 at 6:30 pm. Join your family, friends and community at the Ballfields near the Clark County Fairgrounds for this fun event. 

There will be a Big Screen attached to the Ball Fields Fence, cars will park in rows just like a Drive in Movie Theater, automatic Social Distancing! Sound will play through your vehicle’s radio. Bring your beverages and snacks and enjoy a fun filled family movie night! Food Trucks HAVE been invited!

Lost City Museum-Corn Husk Doll Craft

March 13, 2021-8:30 am-4:30 pm-Lost City Museum

In the United States, the earliest recorded examples of Corn Husk Dolls come from Native American Tribes located on the East Coast. As corn became a staple of European settler diets, the dolls gained popularity among all children. The doll transcended race as it became popular among African American slave communities. This practice resurged in popularity during the Arts and Crafts period of history, the 1930’s, when the Civilian Conservation Corps constructed the Lost City Museum.

Bring your family and friends and create your own Corn Husk Doll at the Lost City Museum at 721 S. Moapa Valley Blvd Overton NV 89040.

Craft is included with the admission price of $5 for Adults and FREE for Members and Children!

Entertainment in the Park

March 13, 2021-3:00 pm-Clark County Fairgrounds

Bring your chairs, blankets and enthusiasm to the Clark County Fairgrounds on Saturday, March 13, starting at 3:00 pm. You will be entertained by local musicians, dancers, and entertainers so come out and enjoy the great outdoors, and visit with other members of the community.