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  • OKTOBERFEST AT TOWN SQUARE

    COME CELEBRATE OKTOBERFEST Featured at Town Square Saturdays in October from 4pm - 8pm $16.99+tax Per Person   with Gold Club Card Level. $18.99 without. learn more
  • Eureka Un-Corked

    Join us on Friday, November 10th in Seasons Ultra Lounge $35 Donation Ticket  Proceeds to benefit local Veterans Organizations Tickets on sale at J.S. Merchant Donation ticket includes Hors D'ouvres, Souvenir Wine Glass & Wine Opener Must be 21 years or older. learn more
  • Rising Star Sports Ranch Resort starting at $59

    Check out Mesquite's newest non-gaming resort, perfect for golfers and families. See our new hotel rates starting at $59. learn more
  • Massage Package

    Perfect for a relaxing and rejuvenating desert getaway. Enjoy a one-night stay in the room of your choice and one 60-minute Swedish massage (per stay). Additional massage treatments are available for a fee. Please note, this bundled offer and savings is only valid for a limited time, and massage treatment… learn more
  • No Resort Fees

    At the Eureka, we never charge any resort fees. learn more

Eureka Community Initiative

About the Eureka Community Initiative
The Eureka is the only 100% employee-owned hotel casino in Nevada. Located in Mesquite, Eureka, has sought to provide value as a member of the community since building the resort in the early 1990s.

Formed in 2012, the Eureka Community Initiative is a direct result of the desire to find solutions to problems and the will to help people realize their full potential. We believe, together, our best selves can be a conduit to transform the lives of others. 

Eureka employee owners are invested in creative collaboration to provide measureable impacts in our core areas of focus including Education, Citizenship, Outreach and Economic Development. Through the dedicated efforts of Eureka employee owners, over fifty programs and events have been completed for the Mesquite community. 

The Eureka Way

The company’s defining tenant is more than a mantra written in back of the house hallways throughout the property.  The “Eureka Way” as it is written manifests as a commitment to be “first and best” by serving guests, community and one another with care, compassion and dedication. Each employee owner is constantly striving to create a fun, welcoming environment for guests. 

 

Mesquite Reads

Mesquite Reads

The Eureka is dedicated to the central focus that all students in Mesquite will read by their grade level by the third grade.  For five weeks spanning June and July, students are given the opportunity to meet that goal through a program called Mesquite Reads.  Virgin Valley Elementary hosts students from Kindergarten to second grade in a supportive setting functioning to meet their induvidual needs. Most importantly, instilling tools to help them become better readers and more in control of their academic future.

Eureka has funded the the Read by 3rd Grade initiative, and in total served over 400 students over its four-year existence.  

For more information on how you can get involved with Mesquite Reads, or any of our other community initiatives contact Gerri Chasko at 702-345-4726 or email

Spaghetti Days

Spaghetti Days

Part of the extensive five-week, summer program, Mesquite Reads is special lunch service called Spaghetti Days.  Every Thursday, for the duration of the program, Eureka employee-owners volunteer to serve students a nutitious lunch at Virgin Valley and Beaver Dam Elementary schools. To date (number) lunches have been provided through the program.

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Our Partnerships

As employee owners, we’ve been keenly aware of the importance of working together, as a company and a community. Every project is formed with a joint task force to invite the ideas and participation of a wide variety of individuals. The projects are introduced to the community and kicked off at Eureka.

Along the way, we’ve had the pleasure of working alongside partners who are equally vested in the success of the children, families and community of Mesquite at large.

 

 

Some of the groups that have benefitted from the Pasta Garden include:

  • Exchange Club of Mesquite
  • Mesquite Veteran's Center
  • We Care for Animals
  • City of Mesquite Senior Center
  • Virgin Valley Community Food Bank
  • Rotary Club of Mesquite
  • Virgin Valley Artists Association
  • Mesquite Community Theater
  • Nevada Special Olympics
  • Virgin Valley Elementary School
  • Mesquite Heritage Garden
  • Virgin Valley High School
  • Mesquite Virgin Valley Lions Club
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Eureka Community Pasta Garden

Dating back to February, 18, 2011, the Eureka Community Pasta Garden has raised over $25,000 for local groups and charities in the Mesquite area. Each Thursday night, one group is chosen to receive ten percent of every meal purchased.