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Discover January 2017

Winter stargazing

The Neon Museum’s fourth annual “Stars and Stardust: Sidewalk Astronomy in the Neon Boneyard” event will be held on January 7 from 6 to 9 p.m. Presented in partnership with the Las Vegas Astronomical Society and the College of Southern Nevada Planetarium, participants will enjoy using a variety of professional telescope equipment to observe the stars and planets. Children will also enjoy a solar system scavenger hunt activity and scratchboard art.

Neon Museum, 770 N Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas. http://neonmuseum.org (702) 387-6366

 

 

 

Matching Chocolate and Wine

Chocolate makers Matthew Silverman and Matthew Piekarski, are offering three chocolate and wine pairings featuring craft chocolate and their perfect wine partners at Hexx Kitchen + Bar. The $40 tasting includes Josh Cellars zinfandel 2014 with HEXX’s Peruvian dark chocolate, and HEXX’s Tanzanian dark chocolate with Graffigna “Grand Reserve” Malbec 2013. And finally, the pink bubbles of Domaine Ott’s Grenache Rosé 2015 paired with HEXX’s milk chocolate from the Sambirano Valley in Madagascar. $40.

Hexx Kitchen + Bar, Paris Las Vegas, 3655 S. Las Vegas Blvd. 702-331-5100.

 

Chillin’

Known for its beautiful scenery, Brian Head, Utah is a place of wonderland fun. Ski or snowboard at the Brian Head Resort’s two mountains, cross country ski into Cedar Breaks for a breathtaking view of the National Park, ride snowmobiles to Duck Creek and back or take a guided tour of the back country, sled on the many free hills or visit a tubing hill and enjoy the ride up and down; or just go to say you made snow angels. For the adventurous, there is also ice fishing. Among the most popular is Panguitch Lake, which holds ice fishing tournaments through February.

http://brianheadtown.utah.gov, 435-677-2029.

 

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