3130 McLeod Dr., Las Vegas, NV 89121
McLeod & Desert Inn MAP
(702) 455-7340Program Supervisor:
Irma Varela iiw@ClarkCountyNV.gov Center Hours:
Tuesday-Saturday 9:00am - 8:00pm
Closed Sunday and Mondays
Winchester Dondero Cultural Center was dedicated on August 4, 1982 as a community center that nine years later became the only Cultural Center for Clark County. The name Dondero was added to the center, after a building expansion in 2018, to honor late Commissioner Thalia Dondero, who was instrumental in acquiring the 8.9-acre parcel for the community on which the park and center were built. Winchester has been the heart of performing and visual arts for Clark County Parks and Recreation since 1991. Along with diverse youth and adult programming in dance, theater, fitness, poetry, music, and visual arts, the center offers a park, desert demonstration garden, skate park, theater, and art gallery. The gallery hosts ongoing exhibitions to highlight the talents of local artists while Clark County’s only indoor theater (220 seats) is home to an assortment of music, dance, and theatrical performances. Nationally known musicians, vocalists and dancers, and homegrown, youth-centered drama and dance troupes, have graced the Winchester Theater stage which is the art beat of Southern Nevada.
Creating fulfilling opportunities for the community through diverse arts and culture experiences that challenge, enlighten, and enrich the lives of participants while strengthening cultural inclusion in Las Vegas.
A park, amphitheater, theater, classrooms, art gallery, and staff which brings together artists and cultural groups to form a vital center of culture and the arts, which will create unity and meaning for the community.
Cultural Program Supervisor Amenities:
Meeting rooms, patio, classrooms, a desert demonstration garden, skate park, theater, and art gallery
We welcome the participation of individuals of all abilities in programs offered and fully comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act by making reasonable accommodations to encourage participation in programs and activities. Contact the Program Supervisor or Recreation Specialist at your program site two weeks prior to the program start to make arrangements.
TDD services for the hearing impaired are available at 1-800-326-6863.
Some programs have been funded in part by grants from the Nevada Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.
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