Here’s a sampling of what’s hot and happening in the Palm Springs area casinos in November 2011
The Desert Cities Woman’s Show, Nov. 19-20, encourages the exploration of personal and professional growth, self-enhancement, and information on all things female.
Breaking box office records during its world premiere in Dublin in 1995, the innovative and exciting blend of dance, music, and song soon captured fans far beyond the Emerald Isle.
Empire Polo Club invites spectators to attend preseason games, which take place Saturdays and/or Sundays from Nov. 25 to Dec. 18
Every November in the desert, thousands of people unfurl their rainbow flags and take to the street in honor of all things LGBT
For the best Bette in town, check out “Bette Midler, Queen of Hearts” starring Sherrie Rae Parker on Nov. 4. Parker’s stellar performance will kick off “Stars Across the Desert,”
The Sunday Night Chef Fight is back again, this time it will be the “Battle of Highway 111,” pitting two outstanding Rancho Mirage chefs against each other for the title of Top Chef in
the Coachella Valley.
For a great night out, you need at least a few good laughs. Happily, the Coachella Valley offers some terrific spots to enjoy a giggle or two.
Award-winning author Julia Cameron masterfully penetrates creative barriers. Her books (The Artist’s Way, Vein of Gold, and The Right to Write) and workshops have helped countless individuals unleash their imaginative selves.
Barry Manilow hosts the Desert Paws Courageous Heart Awards Dinner on Oct. 28 at 6 p.m. at Westin Mission Hills Resort & Spa