Learn how to make ice cream sodas
Children can learn how to make an ice cream soda at the Children's Museum of Northern Nevada's "Ice Cream Soda Day," 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday.
Free with admission. Call 884-2226.
Roadrunners to hold second campout
The Carson City Roadrunners RV Club's second campout of the year will be at Frenchman Reservoir on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
All Roadrunners outings are open to anyone interested in RV camping during the summer. Call 885-9323.
Beers to speak to Republican Women
The Carson City Republican Women will meet at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Carson Nugget.
Guest speaker will be Sen. Bob Beers. Cost is $17.
For information or reservations, call 882-7960.
St. Gall accepts rummage sale donations
St. Gall Catholic Church will hold its Annual Awesome Rummage Sale Aug. 4 and 5.
Large items such as trailers, boats and horse trailers can be donated and a tax-deductible receipt will be given. Large donated items will be picked up this month.
Starting in July, items may be dropped off at the Pastoral Center at 1343 Centerville Lane in Gardnerville.
Pet microchip/ vaccination clinic
Douglas Animal Welfare Group will sponsor a Pet Microchip/Vaccination Clinic from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Douglas County Animal Shelter. Microchips cost $30 per animal, which includes the microchip and registration fee. DAWG will mail the microchip application and fee directly to AVID's nationwide database. Vaccinations for dogs, cats and ferrets will be provided.
Available vaccines and costs are:
Rabies (canine and feline) $11
Feline leukemia $12
4 in 1 (FVRCP) $10
DHLP + parvo $12
DHP + parvo $12
FeLV/FIV test $25
Heartworm test $20
Ferret rabies $25
Ferret distemper $25
The animal shelter is at 921 Pinenut Road, across from the fairgrounds in Gardnerville. Call 267-7325 or visit www.dawgrescue.com.
Watercolorist teaches at St. Mary's
Watercolorist Don Andrews will teach in Nevada for the first time from Tuesday through Saturday at St. Mary's Art Center. Call 847-7774 or visit www.stmarysartcenter.org.
Washoe senior center to host nutrition seminar
There will be a seminar on nutrition in regards to farmers markets Wednesday at the Washoe County Senior Center, East Ninth and Sutro streets in Reno. Eligible seniors may register for coupon vouchers, valued at $50, that enable low-income seniors to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at participating vendors. Call 328-2575.