Your Guide to Fun!
Inside This Issue
A Message to You 2
General Information 3
RECREATION CENTER CLASSES
Black Mountain Recreation Center 11
Downtown Recreation Center 16
Downtown Senior Center 18
Henderson Multigenerational Center 21
Heritage Park Senior Facility 32
Silver Springs Recreation Center 40
Valley View Recreation Center 44
Whitney Ranch Recreation Center 47
FACILITY, PARK & TRAIL GUIDE 52
NEWS FROM THE CITY 56
Bird Viewing Preserve 72
CITY SERVICES 74
Healthy Henderson 79
Henderson Pavilion 80
Outdoor Recreation 82
Parks & Trails 84
and Inclusion Services 95
Youth Enrichment 104
Registration Information 107
Henderson Happenings features hundreds of programs and events offered by the City of Henderson
for you, your family and your friends to enjoy. For your convenience, there are three easy ways to
register for Parks and Recreation programs—online, by mail, and in person at any recreation center.
Registration begins at 6:00 a.m. on December 17 and is ongoing until classes fill. We recommend that
you register early because some programs fill very quickly, while others may be canceled if minimum
enrollment is not met. Tickets for events hosted at the Henderson Pavilion can be purchased at
HendersonPavilion.com or by phone at 702-267-4TIX (4849).
About the Cover
With a passion to bring additional arts and cultural experiences to the community, Windom Kimsey
commissioned this mural located at 314 S. Water St. Artist David Flores painted the vibrant 30-foot
mural with the inspiration being the contrast of life and death.
Kimsey, president + CEO of TSK Architects and developer of the Southend on Water Street project,
is an active community champion in the revitalization efforts taking place in the Water Street District.
To learn more about the exciting changes taking place on Water Street, see page 56.
Bark in the Park
Bird Viewing Preser ve