BARS, BALLOONS & BLACK ROCK DESERT

Some folks did make their way to the Black Rock Desert over the Labor Day weekend to celebrate Not Burning Man. In the wake of the official event’s cancelation, many people still wanted to celebrate art and community out in the desert.


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While many of Reno’s summer activities were canceled…Rib Cook Off, Street Vibrations, Hot August Nights…a smaller than usual Balloon Race proceeded on September 11th honoring the first responders of 9/11.

Good news…the bars in Reno are open! Seating is limited to 50 percent of capacity. You will have to sanitize your hands upon entry. Masks are required when not seated. Social distances of six feet or more is a must.

Other than that, you are free to go out and enjoy an adult beverage.

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