The Fallon/Churchill Fire Department will be testing fire hydrants during April and May in the evenings.
During this period of peak fire demand water testing, it is common for water consumers to experience discolored water. The discoloration occurs due to abnormally high flows in the piping system, which can stir up small amounts of naturally occurring sediment. Please understand that although the water may be discolored, it has been properly treated and is entirely safe. If the water is heavily discolored, you may wish to temporarily refrain from drinking or washing clothes. The water discoloration will typically be gone within a few hours after the fire flow testing is completed. After testing is complete, any discolored water in your home can usually be removed by flushing your water pipes for several minutes. It is best to flush cold water from an outdoors hose bib or an interior bathtub fixture.
We sincerely regret any inconvenience that may result from this vitally important fire flow testing of our water system. If you have any further questions, please contact the City Engineer’s Office at 423-9863.
The Churchill Arts Council’s 28th annual fundraiser, “An Evening with the Arts,” will be held on Saturday, March 1, at the Fallon Convention Center, 100 Campus Way, Fallon. This year’s theme is “Home Means Nevada” to celebrate Nevada’s sesquicentennial birthday. All funds raised from this event are used to help support the Arts Council’s programs and activities in the coming year.
The event features a silent auction of 200 eclectic items-artwork, dinners, weekend getaways, tickets to cultural events-all donated by local and regional artists and businesses. The gourmet dinner will be catered by the Slanted Porch. The silent auction will begin at 5:30pm, no-host cocktails are available throughout the evening, and dinner will be served at 7pm.
Admission is $70 per person and includes dinner, wine, admission to the auction, a copy of the catalogue and the opportunity to be a part of helping to insure that we continue to have the finest arts programs right here in our home town. Tables of eight or ten are also available. Seating is limited to early reservations are strongly advised. To make your reservations, or for more information, please call CAC at 775.423.1440.
The Churchill Arts Council presents, The Paul Thorn Band.
Thorn has been pleasing crowds for years with his muscular brand of mu-sic-bluesy, rocking, unabashedly Southern. Thorn’s songs convey tales of people living on the margins of society in a mixture of the sacred and profane that covers the good, the bad and everything in between. His blend of Rock, Blues and Country has been characterized as being like going to church with a six-pack. More Info: paulthorn.com or churchillarts.org
All seats are reserved. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 775.423.1440 to order tickets for individual performances. Tickets are $17 for CAC members; $20 for non-members. Visa, Mastercard and American Express accepted. The Center’s Box Office, Art Bar and Galleries open at 7:00 p.m. and the performance starts at 8:00 p.m.