Celebrate 25 Years of the Las Vegas Natural History Museum with Annual Dinosaur Ball on Saturday, Oct. 22




Hosted by comedian Paul Scally with special guest Dave Courvoisier


LAS VEGAS, Nev.The Las Vegas Natural History Museum will celebrate 25 historic years of educational exhibits and community partnerships during its 25th Annual Dinosaur Ball on Saturday, Oct. 22 at Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Hosted by local comedian, Paul Scally, the evening gala will also feature live entertainment by musician and impressionist Doug Starks, along with his 18-piece orchestra, as well as special guest, and first-ever host of the Dinosaur Ball, Dave Courvoisier as he reminisces on the history and local impact of the accredited Museum.

“It has been so rewarding for me to be a part of the Museum’s 25 year development,” said Executive Director, Marilyn Gillepsie. “Now we get to talk to people who say they visited the Museum as a child and are now bringing their own children.”

Attendees will be treated to a night of elegance with charitable giving at the forefront as the gala sets out to raise a goal of $50,000, benefiting the Open Door school bus program; the program provides transportation of Title-1 CCSD students to the Museum. A silent auction featuring high-ticket items such as wine tasting and a one-night stay at Moshin Vineyards in California, an airplane ride over the Grand Canyon by Scenic Airlines and several dinner packages donated by

Tickets to the Dinosaur Ball start at $250 with table sponsorship opportunities available. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.lvnhm.org or call 702-384-DINO (3466).

The Las Vegas Natural History Museum opened in 1991 and is a private, non–profit institution dedicated to educating children, adults, and families in the natural sciences, both past and present.  Through its interactive exhibits, educational programs, and the preservation of its collections, the Museum strives to instill an understanding and appreciation of the world’s wildlife, ecosystems, and cultures.  Please visit www.lvnhm.org or call (702) 384–3466 for additional information.