NEON MUSEUM HOSTS BOOK SIGNING SATURDAY, MARCH 30, IN HONOR OF WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH
Authors Su Kim Chung, UNLV Libraries, and Dorothy Wright to Sign Copies of Seminal Las Vegas Historical Texts
March is National Women’s History Month and the Neon Museum is pleased to present a book signing by two noted Las Vegas historians, Su Kim Chung of UNLV Libraries and Dorothy Wright, on Saturday, March 30, from 1 to 3 p.m. Chung will sign copies of her popular book “Las Vegas Then and Now,” now in its second edition, and Wright will sign copies of “Spectacular, A History of Las Vegas Neon,” published by the Neon Museum. All proceeds from the sale of “Spectacular” go to the Neon Museum.
NEON MUSEUM TOURS TO SPOTLIGHT LAS VEGAS’ MOST CELEBRATED WOMEN DURING WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH
Tours to Include Little-Known and Surprising Facts about the City’s Most Illustrious Females
March is National Women’s History Month. To honor the occasion, the Neon Museum is updating its regularly scheduled Neon Boneyard tours to include notable facts about Las Vegas’ most interesting and influential women. Now, visitors will hear not only about the history of neon signage in Las Vegas and the various hotels, developers and entertainers associated with them, but also additional information spotlighting the contributions of Las Vegas’ female city founders, business owners and politicians.
THE NEON MUSEUM RECOGNIZED BY THE CITY OF THE LAS VEGAS FOR FOSTERING SUSTAINABILITY, LIVABILITY
Mayor’s Urban Design Awards Announced During Annual State of The City Address
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman recognized The Neon Museum, as one of the city’s Mayor’s Urban Design Awards (MUDA) winners at the annual State of the City Address. Each of the four winning projects fosters the city’s commitment to sustainability and livability.
INTRODUCING AN ELECTRIFYING PLACE IN LAS VEGAS FOR EVENTS: THE NEON MUSEUM
Introducing the Neon Museum, the newest option for special event planners searching for an unforgettable Las Vegas venue with both a vintage and a modern flair. The Las Vegas historical institution dedicated to the preservation and celebration of some of the city’s most distinctive architectural landmarks is now officially open and available for bookings.