Reno Aces game schedule
Individual game tickets for the Reno Aces are now on sale. They start with the home opener scheduled for Thursday, May 13 against the Las Vegas Aviators. This is a delay from the originally scheduled home opening game in April, with the remainder of the schedule unchanged.

The Aces have been approved for up to 50 percent of the stadium’s fire code capacity. State and local guidelines regarding face coverings and social distancing will be followed at all Reno Aces games to ensure the health and comfort of fans.

This season, Daily Deals are back as well. Every Monday is Military Monday, presented by Grand Canyon University, which offers buy-one-get-one-free tickets to all military and first responders. Each week also includes Taco Tuesday, with two tacos for six dollars, or two and a beer for 10 dollars. Rounding out the week are Thirsty Thursdays presented by Coors Light, with two-dollar Coors Light drafts and four-dollar Aceball Ale drafts, and one-dollar hot dogs on Family Sundays.

If you can’t make it to the first game, check out the 2021 Reno Aces game schedule for the rest of this season’s games, which play into September.

Source: Reno Aces press release.

Reno Aces game schedule
The Reno Aces will be back at Greater Nevada Field for the 2021 baseball season, but the home opener has been delayed until May because of coronavirus concerns. The game is now scheduled for Thursday, May 13 against the Las Vegas Aviators. The remainder of the schedule remains unchanged as posted.

Reno Aces president Eric Edelstein said the team is working with state officials on plans for having fans at the games. Meanwhile, the only tickets on sale are partial season and full season plans. Single game tickets will go on sale once start times are determined and it’s determined how many fans can attend the games.

If you can’t make it to the first game, check out the 2021 Reno Aces game schedule for the rest of this season’s games, which play into September.

Source: Reno Gazette-Journal.

Most public swimming pools in Reno and Sparks will be open for the 2020 season, though with some coronavirus restrictions. You will still be able to enjoy a nice selection of places to cool off, play in the water, and even learn how to swim.

Unfortunately, Washoe County is not opening the naturally heated pool at Bowers Mansion Regional Park for the 2020 summer season. The water play splash parks at Lazy 5 Regional Park and North Valleys Regional Park are also closed for 2020.

For free water play, try the Truckee River at Wingfield Park in Reno and Rock Park in Sparks. Both parks have whitewater features for kids and families to enjoy during visits to these parks. Get more information from “Public Swimming Pools and Water Play Places in Reno and Sparks.”