April 14th, 2013
When you are visiting the Symphony Park area of Las Vegas, you won’t want to miss the fun activities you can do at the Smith Center. This center provides a variety of events and things to see.
When you visit the Smith Center, you can tour the performing arts center for free as long as you register in advance online. The center also features a variety of artwork that you can explore on your own. Sculptures and other art installations can be Read the rest of this entry »
December 2nd, 2012
It’s always wise to have a plan before you take a trip to Sin City. With so much to see and do, your senses are bombarded almost instantly when you first step off the plane. Best to make all the necessary plans and preparations while you are clear-headed and we have a few ideas on getting ready for that trip.
Below are just a few suggestions for that Las Vegas getaway:
1. Decide where you want to go first. Don’t wait to check into the hotel before you decide on which sights to see. Do a little research ahead of time and hit the ground running. There are plenty of websites, books and other helpful resources on the city. Heck, with all of the travel channels included in those cable tv packages, you should have plenty of info and shows to watch.
2. Establish a budget and stick to it. Don’t go breaking the bank on one trip to the shimmering city. It’s a lot easier to do this than you realize and entire lives have been ruined just from one spin through a casino.
3. About those casinos. You can play, but know your limits and know when to quit. Gambling addiction is easier to catch than you realize.
June 1st, 2012
Symphony Park is one of the largest urban redevelopment projects in the United States. Sitting on more than 60 acres of ground in the downtown area of Las Vegas, this area has been created to provide modern day, high quality facilities for residents as well as tourists. The area contains a variety of medical facilities including a performing arts center that has been named, The Smith Center for the Performing Arts. At the time of this writing, Read the rest of this entry »
May 31st, 2012
Symphony Park is located in downtown Las Vegas. There are 61 acres of beautiful park to enjoy. The city started construction on the park in 1995 when they acquired the park. There is always construction going on at the park to make things better. There is always something going on at the Performing Arts Center or the Brain Institute. Some of the items are standing room only. The park has much vegetation that is appropriate for the desert and leaves the park looking magnificent. While at the park you can sit and enjoy the shade provided Read the rest of this entry »
May 28th, 2012
The Smith Center of Performing Arts is a complete work of art. The outside of this structure has 2458 tons of Indian limestone. There is even a 14 story tall tower called the Carillon Tower. At the top of this tower there are 47 hand crafted bronze bells. There was also much consideration in making the Smith Center of Performing Arts eco-friendly. This building is Silver LEED certificated. There are energy efficient windows, water wise restroom and landscaping is very water efficient. Plenty of natural lighting and recyclable materials have been used were ever possible.
Inside the center, there are three Read the rest of this entry »
May 25th, 2012
There is much sophistication to the amazing views and buildings of Symphony Park. Going for a stroll in this park can be ultimately relaxing but there is much to explore when going on this tour. There is the amazing Brain Institution that is always finding new treatments, preventing tactics and that brings together the great medical disciplines that help fight with greater efficiency. The four areas that they focus on are clinical, education, research and public policy. The Performing Arts center has plenty of events Read the rest of this entry »
May 23rd, 2012
There are a number of ways you can have family fun this summer at the Symphony Park in Las Vegas. The Symphony Park is located in downtown Las Vegas and has 61 acres that are divided up into four distinct areas to showcase the different lectures and activities that will take place. The four districts include the Civic District, the Specialty District, the Residential District and the Medical Office District.
In the Civic District, you will find The Smith Center for the Performing Arts and the park where you and your Read the rest of this entry »