Winchester Dondero Cultural Center

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Winchester Dondero Cultural Center
3130 McLeod Dr., Las Vegas, NV 89121
McLeod & Desert Inn MAP
(702) 455-7340

Program Supervisor: Irma Varela  iiw@ClarkCountyNV.gov

Center Hours:
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Closed Saturdays and Sundays 

Presently Winchester Dondero Cultural Center, as many other organizations, is adapting to health and safety measures by serving our community and waiting to open its doors in the near future. 
Since September, the Clark County Parks and Recreation department has offered the School Daze program to meet the needs of working parents who want a safe place for their children during the day at Winchester.  Meanwhile, we continue to find ways to offer more programming as we continue to adapt and implement all required health and safety measures including the need to deep clean and sanitizing of the facility and workspaces. 
Starting 2021, we will continue to offer the School Daze program, our African Drums, violin, piano and guitar classes in person following all CDC health guidance, as well as our dance classes, which include Hip Hop, Contemporary, Creative Movement, Jazz and Tango.  We will continue to present virtual and in person workshops, performances, concerts artist talks and community forums, all in an abridged format. Please follow us on Facebook and check our web page often to learn what we have prepared for you.
As a patron and members of Winchester family, we wish you all the best! Please keep connected to our Arts and Culture communities during these challenging times. Now more than ever we need to support each other. Let us keep in touch and dream of the beauty we will create together when we meet again.   
Join me in welcoming 2021 with hope and good will.
 
 
Irma Varela
Cultural Program Supervisor
 
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Amenities:
nv-arts-council-125Meeting rooms, patio, class rooms, 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.

nea-logoTDD services for 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.