LV Healing Garden Committee and the Outside Las Vegas Foundation designated nonprofit partner (in partnership with the City of Las Vegas) invited community members to join them Saturday, December 9th, 2017 for the first Holiday in the Garden event.
The LV Healing Garden was built in three days by community members and local businesses following the October 1 tragedy at the Route 91 music festival. The garden features a wall of remembrance, a grove of (58) trees lining a paved path, shrubs, and flowers, all encircling a beautiful oak tree - “the tree of life” donated by Siegfried and Roy. The (58) trees were planted to signify the (58) lives lost on that tragic evening. Painted rocks, flowers, pictures, and other memorabilia can be found at the trees and all around the garden placed by community members offering their condolences, prayers, and remembrance of loved ones.
“It is an honor to manage and care for this sacred community outdoor memorial.” said Jessica Anderson, OLVF Volunteer Director. “With the partnership of the City of Las Vegas and LV Healing Garden Committee, we are able to provide a service to a special outdoor place where people can find healing and experience fellowship within their community.”
LV Healing Garden is located at 1015 S Casino Center Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89101 and open 24 hours and 7 days a week.
Visit the LV Healing Garden website