The 2021 Nevada State Fair will be at Mills Park in Carson City from Thursday through Sunday, June 3 to 6. Fair hours are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. each day.

A wide variety of family-friendly activities and events fairgoers like will be at the Nevada State Fair, including the midway and carnival rides, lots of entertainment and more. There is no entry fee and parking is free at Carson High School. However, tickets are required for the midway carnival rides, games, and food.

Get additional details from “2021 Nevada State Fair,” then head on down to Carson City to take in the fun at Mills Park.

Memorial Day weekend is May 29 – 31, 2021. The first big three-day weekend of the year is almost back to normal with a wide choice of Memorial Day activities and decidedly fewer pandemic issues.

If the weather is cooperative, visiting any of our public parks is a good bet. Those wanting to go for a stroll or more vigorous walk have numerous hiking trails around the area from which to choose.

The Discovery Museum in Reno plans to be open and so does Wild Island Family Adventure Park in Sparks. Like train rides? Head up to Virginia City for a trip on the Virginia & Truckee Railroad excursion train. Steam trains will also be running at the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Carson City. On Saturday, take in the Virginia City Celebration of Heroes Cruise.

There will likely be Memorial Day services at cemetery parks in the area, but you should check with the park of interest to see what may be going on and when.

Spring Fever Revival, a part of Hot August Nights, is going to be a bit different this year. Instead of a two-day street party, the event has transformed into a Classic Car Poker Run. This Poker Run is all about having some great laughs with your friends, enjoying great food and music while going for a beautiful Saturday cruise. This is, of course, due to COVID concerns.

Spring Fever Revival will be on Saturday, May 22, 2021. Visit the website for an application and details about the Poker Run.