The first reports listed Reno. Now the 400 year folio is scheduled to be at University of Nevada from September 1 - 29, according to the First Folio Tour site.
In honor of the 400th anniversary since Shakespeare’s death, The Folger Shakespeare Library has dispatched "First Folio" to barnstorm the US to one location in each state, as well as Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico. The "First Folio" was published in 1623, seven years after Shakespeare’s death in 1616, and acknowledged as the definitive source of several of Shakespeare’s works.
"There are 36 plays in the First Folio, all the ones we're familiar with. If it weren't for the First Folio we would have lost some of those plays, most likely. Macbeth, Hamlet, King Lear, A Midsummer's Night Dream, Romeo and Juliet. Plays that have formed an important part of American culture." said Jodee Fenton to MyNorthwest. Fenton is the manager of special collections at the Seattle Public Library, where the folio is currently on display.
More from the The Folger Shakespeare Library:
A folio is a large book in which printed sheets are folded in half only once, creating two double-sided leaves, or four pages. Folios were more expensive and far more prestigious than quartos. Seven years after Shakespeare's death, John Heminge and Henry Condell, his friends and colleagues in the King's Men, collected almost all of his plays in a folio edition. Shakespeare's friendly rival Ben Jonson had previously published his own writings, poems included, in a folio. The 1623 First Folio of Shakespeare, however, is the earliest folio consisting only of an author's plays.