News – Lexicon Bank Features The Springs Preserve As Its February Community Spotlight

February 1, 2023   |   Written By Lexicon Bank
News – Lexicon Bank Features The Springs Preserve As Its February Community Spotlight

Lexicon Bank Features The Springs Preserve As Its February Community Spotlight

Local Bank partners with “the birthplace of Las Vegas” as it celebrates the 14th annual Black History Month Festival.

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LAS VEGAS, February 1, 2023--- Lexicon Bank is proud to announce The Springs Preserve as its February Community Spotlight in celebration of Black History Month.

The Bank joins forces this month to advocate for the organization’s cause as well as raise awareness of its upcoming 14th Annual Black History Month Festival taking place on February 18th from 10 am to 4 pm. The Festival commemorates the tremendous contributions of African-Americans to Southern Nevada's rich history and culture. This large, family-friendly festival celebrates Black History through educational activities, live music, dance performances, arts and crafts, historic photo exhibits, and authentic African-American cuisine. To learn more and get tickets to visit:

The preserve features museums, galleries, outdoor events, a colorful botanical garden, and an interpretive trail system. Which has evolved into a world-class attraction providing a glimpse of the origins of Las Vegas since its inception in 2007. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1978, the site served as the original source of water for Native Americans living here thousands of years ago. In 1997, the Las Vegas Valley Water District Board of Directors approved a plan to develop a preserve to protect and manage the cultural, natural, and water resources of the site.

Lexicon Bank’s support is part of the Lexicon Bank Community Spotlight program, a monthly initiative that highlights local non-profit organizations that are making a difference in the Southern Nevada community.

“We are proud to spotlight the Springs Preserve this month,” said Stacy Watkins, Lexicon Bank President, and CEO. “Living in a desert water is essential to our everyday lives, and having an establishment like the Springs Preserve to remind the community about how we can proactively conserve water is what will help build Southern Nevada’s longevity.”

To learn more about Lexicon Bank’s community involvement and how to support The Springs Preserve, visit


ABOUT LEXICON BANK Founded in 2019, Lexicon Bank is Nevada's community-focused banking partner. Lexicon Bank provides private, personal, comprehensive banking services to business and individual banking clients, emphasizing creating and nurturing long-term relationships. By providing personalized services to all clients, Lexicon Bank helps to foster Southern Nevada's economy and community—ultimately helping to grow and develop the region's local businesses. The Bank is redefining banking as it should be in Southern Nevada by creating a concierge-like experience for businesses, regardless of size. Lexicon Bank is located in Tivoli Village at 330 S. Rampart Blvd., Suite 150. The Bank is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays. Clients can contact us by phone at (702) 780-7700 or online at Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter @lexiconbank. Lexicon Bank is a member of the FDIC.

About The Springs Preserve 

Located at the original water source for the Las Vegas Valley, the Springs Preserve is a 180-acre cultural institution that celebrates Las Vegas' dynamic history while focusing on its sustainable future. Visitors to the Springs Preserve will discover boundless opportunities to explore ancient and modern history, natural landscapes, archaeological sites, native plants and animals, and current water resource challenges. The campus includes the OriGen Museum, Nevada State Museum, two interactive exhibition spaces (WaterWorks and Boomtown 1905), a colorful botanical garden, an art gallery, a kids’ learning center, natural trails system, restored wetlands, seasonal butterfly habitat, preserved historical structures, and trackless train rides.

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