Concerts & Events

Concerts & Events

 

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Conference fees cover costs of parking at the University of Nevada Parking Garage and lunch at the Cantina Del Lobo
Why does free exercise of religion matter?   What are the threats to living and acting in accordance with our faith and conscience?  Why should churches, religious organizations, non-profits, businesses and professionals of all faiths be engaged legally, politically and socially in the debate over the “appropriate” place for religious expression?  Libertas Nevada in Collaboration with Nevada Students for Life and the Alliance Defending Freedom present this conference on Religious Liberty to answer these questions and more . . . Checkin begins at 8:15 a.m.  PROGRAM  9:00 a.m.  Welcome and Introduction  Colonel Gwen M. Linde, USAF (Ret)  9:10 a.m.  Opening Prayer/Blessing  Most Rev. Randolph Calvo, Roman Catholic Bishop of Reno  9:20 a.m.  Religious Liberty – so what? Why does free exercise matter and why should churches, religious organizations, non-profits, business and professionals of all faiths be engaged legally, politically and socially in the debate over the “appropriate” place for religious expression.  Fr Francisco Nahoe OFM Conv,  Rector Saint Thomas Aquinas Cathedral  10:00 a.m.  Threats to First Amendment Rights of Churches, Religious Organizations and Non-profits  Panel Participants:  * Gene Schaerr, Esq., Appellate and Constitutional Law Specialist  * James F. Sweeney, Esq., Legal Counsel to California Catholic Conference and Diocese of Sacramento  * Joe Infranco, Esq., Senior Counsel and Vice- President of Alliance Coordination with Alliance Defending Freedom  11:00 a.m.  Question and Answer Session Attorneys will remain from previous panel and will answer questions from attendees.  11:45 a.m. Lunch Begins  12:10 p.m.  Keynote Address: Culture, Politics and Religious Liberty  Alan J. Reinach, Esq., Director of the Church State Council and President of the North American Religious Liberty Association – West.  12:50 p.m.  Question and Answer Session  Mr. Reinach will answer questions from attendees  1:30 p.m.  Threats to Christian Business  Video: The Hahn Family’s Story  What can the Nevada Business Community Learn From Conestoga Wood Specialties?   Charles W. Proctor, III, Esq., lead counsel in Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in the seminal religious liberty case of Conestoga Woods Specialties vs. Sebelius  Video: The Story Behind the Arlene’s Flowers Case  What can the Nevada Business Community Learn from Arlene’s Flowers?   Kristen Waggoner, Esq., Senior Counsel at Alliance Defending Freedom and Of Counsel at Ellis, Li & McKinstry PLLC  2:40 p.m.   Threats to Professionals  – The Legal Professional  Gene Schaerr, Esq., Appellate and Constitutional Law Specialist  – The Medical Professional   Kristen Waggoner, Esq., Senior Counsel at Alliance Defending Freedom and Of Counsel at Ellis, Li & McKinstry PLLC  3:30 p.m.  Question and answer session Speakers from previous afternoon sessions will respond to questions form attendees  4:15 pm  Call to Action  Jason D. Guinasso, Esq., Allied Attorney, ADF, and Advisor to Libertas Nevada

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The Churchill Arts Council Presents
Dustbowl Revival
8:00PM, Saturday, September 13, Oats Park Art Center
151 E. Park St., Fallon

$17 CAC Members, $20 Non-Members, Tickets at Jeff’s Copy Express,
ITT @ NAS Fallon or by calling CAC at 775.423.1440
** Free Conversation with the Artists @ 3:00 PM

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Nine members LA-based Roots/Jazz collective merges old-school bluegrass, gospel, pre-WWII blues & New Orleans swing into a string band/brass band mash up, a youthful take on time-honored Americana music traditions. Replete with tuba, washboard, accordion, fiddle, mandolin, trumpet and guitars joyously pump out twenty-first versions of musical days gone by.

 

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JOSHUA FEST – LABOR DAY WEEKEND

Access to see over 50 bands like Switchfoot, Family Force 5, Thousand Foot Krutch, Emery, Jars Of Clay, The City Harmonic, Project 86 and so many others. That’s literally less then $1 per band! And its even more affordable with the Group Rate! We are really proud of our affordable rates, and really hope that you’ll help us keep JoshuaFest as affordable as possible by sharing this with as many friends as possible. It really makes a HUGE difference when everyone takes ownership of something special and passes it on the friends and family! Thanks so much! See you this Labor Day Weekend at the Plumas Sierra County Fairgrounds in Quincy, California.

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Redneck Shindig

September 20, 2014
Churchill County Fairgrounds
8am-5pm

ALL ARE WELCOME TO COME AND JOIN IN! SUPPORT A GOOD CAUSE AND GET YOUR REDNECK ON!

Custom Car show
Creations Contest
Fashion Show/Costume Contest
5-K Redneck Run-Costumed
Silent Auction
Little Redneck King and

 

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