Stacy Frick, owner of Frick Photo, said that she wants to transform the 9381 S. Homestead Road location and put Pahrump on a map as a wedding destination. Frick received an approval of a conditional use permit last week from the Pahrump Regional Planning Commission that will allow for a public or private recreation area at the property. My current plans are to use the property for wedding ceremonies in the current on-site church, and after the ceremony, I would like to open up the use of the dance hall and the barn for both indoor and outdoor receptions, Frick said in the documents. The 30-acre venue was previously used for rodeo-type events, roping, equestrian events, alfalfa harvesting and raising longhorn cattle. It currently has a 20-stable barn, large gazebo, small church, outdoor corral building, indoor dance hall, bleacher seating for 3,500 people and a fenced horse track. It has at least five places to not only have the ceremony, but then have the reception indoors or outdoors. And its a pristine property, its beautiful, Frick said about the property. Frick said she doesnt plan on having more than 150-200 people on site at a time. I dont anticipate more than maximum, probably 200 people at one time. A typical wedding is between 50 and 150 people, she said.
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