Welcome to Community Events & the Bulletin Board
Thanksgiving Pie Shoot
Trigger Therapy presents The Thanksgiving Pie shoot on Thursday, November 26th from 9am to noon. $3/round, 5 shooters shooting for pumpkin pie. Bring eye and ear protection, ammo: 71/2 or 8 shot only. shooters get 2 shots at 5 different stations for a total of 10 shots, 100 target sporting clay course available. Turn west 1 1/2 miles south of Ephraim onto Shumway Springs Road. go 3/4 mile and turn south,
Contact: Richard Nielson, email@example.com at 340-0939
Free Thanksgiving Dinner in Delta
The Delta Freeze (411 East Main)will be hosting a Free community dinner from 2-4 pm on Thanksgiving Day.
Please R.S.V.P to Keara Wardle at 435-864-4790, so they know how much food to get and if you need a ride and live locally call Jason Wardle 435-406-7685.
special thanks to : Sysco Intermountain, Gary and Kristie Sorensen and family, Delta Freeze, Ideal Dairy, Sandi’s Drive Inn and Sunglow Cafe.
Contact: Keara Wardle at 435-864-4790
Bronson's Bronzes Open House
The Fairview Museum welcomes Clark Bronson and his intricate bronze works at an Open House this Friday, Nov. 27, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Clark’s talents also include wildlife artist and many students will be familiar with his naturalist books, some on display along with numerous smaller bronze works in the Gift Shop. Enjoy an evening with the artist and refreshments this Friday at the Museum in Fairview. Admission is free, located at 1st North and 1st East.
Contact: Terry Madseb at 262-1198
Manti City annual Light Parade
Friday, November 27th @ 6pm down main street then off to the Manti High School old gym for more food, entertainment and fun.
Decorate your truck, trailer, atv etc.
Line up at the red church on Main st. at 5:30pm. Tune into 102.7 fm for music during the parade.
Kids remember to bring your self addressed envelope with your letter to Santa in.
Contact: Manti City at 835-2401
Artist Clark Bronson open house
An exciting evening Open House featuring the Bronze Sculptures and Art of world-famous author, naturalist and Local Artist, Clark Bronson.
The Open House Reception will be held Friday, November 27th from 6 to 8 P.M. at the Fairview Museum. The Bronsons live in Fairview.
Many of Clark Bronson’s works are already on display throughout the Museum, but this will be a rare opportunity to visit with this remarkable artist and his wife, Pauline.
Contact: Fairview Museum at 427-9216
Vernal Community Holly Days Festival
Vernal Community Holly-Days Festival is a FREE Family FUN event held each year the day after Thanksgiving (11-27-15) in downtown Vernal Utah. FREE Events this year include: Gingerbread Contest, ZIP LINE, Professional Ice Sculpting, Horse Drawn Carriage Rides, Cotton Candy & Kettle Corn, Selfie Stand Green Screen Photo Booth, Walk On Water Balls, Children’s Fish Pond, Bubble Mania, Camel Rides, Matinee Movie, Balloon Twisters, Pony Rides, TURBO Karts & Children’s Pedal Cars, Polar Express Train Ride, Face Painting, Princess Photo Op & Face Painting, HUGE Family Fun House with go-karts, bounce houses, slides, etc, Seal The Deal Game shows, Win Prizes, Live Entertainment, Hot Chocolate / Marshmallow Roast, Prize Give-A-Way / Turkey Drawing, Money Cube / Chuck-A-Chicken, Holly Trolley Shuttle Bus between all three venues, Swimming and Rock Wall, Grinch Look-alike Contest, Ice Skating, Magic of Theron Christensen, Ice Cube Scramble, Roasted Chestnuts, Jingle Bell Show-N-Glow Contest, Parade of Lights, Hand-bell Choir, Incendiary Circus Fire Dancers & Stilt Walkers, Christmas Karaoke, Trees for Charity & Local Art Exhibit.
Contact: Glade Allred at 781-7131
Nephi CIty Christmas Light
Nephi City will be holding it’s 9th Christmas Light parade on Saturday November 28th at 6:15 p.m. on main street. The parade will start after the lighting of the Old Mill Park. There will be free glow necklaces for the kids and a free donut when you vote for your favorite entry. Voting will take place at the Nephi City park and at the Old Mill park right after the parade. There is still time to build an entry and become part of this wonderful tradition. The theme this year is "A Storybook Christmas". Build your entry to your favorite Christmas book. You can obtain an entry form on the city web page. Hope to see you on the parade route!
Contact: Debbie Zirbes at 623-5313
Gunnison Parade of Lights
The Gunnison Valley Business Association and the Gunnison Valley Lions Club are sponsoring the Parade of Lights, Lighting the way to the Holidays on Saturday, November 28.
There will be a free Christmas movie at the Casino Star Theater at 3 p.m. and a tree lighting celebration at 5 p.m. with prizes, carols, hot cider and cookies. The Parade of Lights will begin at 6 p.m. and Santa comes to town at 7 p.m. You can visit with the Jolly Old Elf in the Lion’s pavilion at the Gunnison City Park. Hot chocolate and donuts will also be served.
Contact: Gunnison City at 528-7969
The Ephraim Middle School is now accepting applications for the 2015 Candlelight Ceremony. If you would like to nominate someone email Principal Tim MIller at firstname.lastname@example.org or take your written nomination to the school office or send it in the mail. One nominee from Ephraim and one from Manti-Sterling area will be honored, who have demonstrated exceptional service to their communities. Nominations are due by November 30th. Please include details of service for the nominee.
Contact: Tim Miller at 283-4037
Ephraim Seniors for November
Thursday, Nov. 5th – Lyons club meet. Monday, Nov. 9th – DUP meeting. Thursday, Nov. 19th – Board Meeting at 9am, Pot Luck dinner at noon. Non committee members $4. Monday, Nov.30th – Soup and bread followed by free bingo. Meal cost is $4.
building is available for day rental, quilts can be tied, senior van can also be rented. call the center for more info.
Contact: Ephraim Senior Center at 283-6666
November Mt. Pleasant Seniors
Monday’s quilting 9am – 11:30am, also Tuesday,Nov 10th, 17th, 24th.
Tuesday – Hand & foot Nov. 3rd, 17th. Tuesdays – Nov 10th, 17th , Bingo @ 1pm.
Wednesday, Nov. 18th Thanksgiving Dinner and Quilt drawing $ 6pm for $6.
Thursday’s – Nov 12th and 19th – Exercise class at 10am.
Friday, November 6th and Sat, November 7th, Quilt fundraiser 10am – 6pm at Terrels.
If you are in need of a place for a family or group function, you can rent the center.
Contact: Dixie or Diane at 851-7128, 462-5203
Fairview City Santa Party
Fairview City will hold its 12th annual Santa party the evening of Monday, November 30. Festivities will begin with a lighted vehicle parade on State Street at 5:45 featuring Miss Fairview royalty, and Santa arriving on a fire engine.
The parade will end at the Peterson Dance Hall where the outdoor Christmas tree will be lighted as Santa enters the hall to visit with the children.
A short program will follow Santa’s visit, with Stake President Michael Ricks telling a Christmas story, then several musical numbers will be presented, ending with O Holy Night sung by Erin Anderson.
Refreshments will be served, courtesy of Fairview City.
Contact: Fairview City at 427-3858
Mary Kaye Cowboy Christmas
Tuesday, December 1st at 7pm in the Eccles Center on the Snow College Campus in Ephraim. Mary Kaye will be joined by the Kaye sisters, Cowboy Poet Carl Anderson, and snow College students. Proceeds go to Snow College Scholarships. Sponsored by the Snow College Foundation and the Sons of Utah Pioneers. For more information and tickets get online at Mary-Kaye.com
Contact: ---- at ----
Maple Dell off season activities for anyon
1. climb on Maple Dell’s High COPE Course and Zip Line for only $10/person. Available weekday evenings on Tuesday, Wednesdays or Thursdays. Aug 27th – November 1st from 5-7pm or Saturdays 9am to 11am or 1-3pm. Waiver found at www.utahscouts.org/camps/copewaiver. bring it to camp signed by parents or adult participant.
2. Night Time Rifle Shooting on the newly Illuminated rifle range for $10/person, Weekday evenings on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or Thursdays . Aug. 2th – December 1st from 7-9pm or Saturdays from 9am-11, or 1-3pm.
Age limit of 11 years old and up for the COPE, Zipline and Rifle Shooting Activities. Register on the webpage at
Contact: www.utahscouts.org/camps/mapledell at 801-717-5624
Don’t miss the 6th ANNUAL Mary Kaye COWBOY CHRISTMAS CONCERT and Snow College Student Scholarship Fundraising project. TUESDAY, November 1st, 2015 7:00 PM…Check-in 6:30 PM. TICKETS MAY BE PURCHASED AT THE DOOR. Prices discounted to $10-Adults, $5-Youth & ALL Students, $30-Family Plan. Location – Eccles Performing Arts Center at Snow College. ALL TICKET FUNDS GO TO THE SCHOLARSHIPS! IF you can’t attend, please consider purchasing tickets and donate them to the needy who want to attend. Call 435-851-9451 for help getting tickets. IF needed, tickets can be pre-paid and picked up at the Check-in Table at the doors of the Concert. Please help us help students who need financial help to enroll at Snow College. Thank You. Sons of Utah Pioneers-Sanpete County Chapter.
Contact: Rich Green at 851-9451
Snow College Convocations
All events are at 12:30 at the Eccles Center on the Snow College Campus and are free and open to the public.
September 17th, Mirama Kallon – Author.
September 24th, Breakneck shakespeare with Timothy Mooney – Actor.
October 1, Leaping LuLu – Celtic Band.
October 8th, Franci Tayler – Director, U of U American Indian Resource Center.
October 22nd, Utah Opera .
October 29th, Snow College Dance Concert.
November 5th, "Hooks and Books" with Russ Beck and Chadd Van Zanten – Author.
November 12th, Federal and State Employers Panel – Answer the call to serve.
November 19th, Ryan Hamilton – comedian and finalist on Last comic standing.
December 3rd, Snow College Music Concert.
Contact: www.snow.edu/convocation at ----
Red Hills Middle School Winter Concert
The Red Hills Middle School will be holding its Winter Christmas Concert on Thursday, Dec. 17, 2015 at 6 p.m. in the Red Hills Middle School new gym. This concert will also be a special event where we will honor two members of the local communities who have made a positive difference through their lives of selfless service.
If you would like to nominate someone for this award, please write a brief biography with reasons why this candidate embodies Service Above Self. Please include the nominees name, address, phone number and approximate age. Submit your nomination with the biography to Red Hills Middle School by Tues., Dec. 1, 2015.
Contact: Laurie Allen at 851-0408
Brenn Hill / Andy Nelson South Sevier FFA Concert
South Sevier FFA is hosting Brenn Hill (Cowboy Singer / SongWriter) and Andy Nelson Cowboy Humorist / Poet and Co-Host of "Clear Out West Radio" out of Pinedale, Wyoming. We are hosting "A Cowboy Christmas" as a fundraiser and also away to give back to the community.
Friday December 4, 2015 @ 7pm Tickets $10 each (reduced price) Tickets sold @ IFA Richfield, JRS Repair- Richfield, Monroe City, Andy’s Market, South Sevier High School. @ South Sevier High in Monroe, Utah.
Contact: Jason Butler at 801-644-2398
A Christmas Carol (Christmas Show)
"A Christmas Carol" By Charles Dickens Directed by Brad V. Olsen December 2, 3, 4, 5, 2015, Eccles Center in Ephraim on the Theatre side. Tickets: Adults- $12.00, Seniors (62+) and Youth (5-18)- $10.00, Snow College Students w/Activity card – $3.00
A Christmas Carol As miserly old Ebenezer Scrooge falls asleep in his dingy quarters on Christmas Eve, three ghosts appear, each revealing to Scrooge the wrong doings of his life and what will happen if he continues in his evil ways. He is racked with fear and remorse and sets out on Christmas Day to bless with his newfound generosity all those whom he has neglected and abused.
Contact: Sherry Nielson at 283-7472
Ephraim Christmas Firework Celebration
Saturday, December 5th from 6-9pm.
"Christmas Night of Lights" Parade Time: 6-7 pm Location: Main street from 200 South to College Avenue (100 North), ending at Greenwood Student Center. Free
"Christmas Program & Entertainment" Time: 7-9 pm Location: Greenwood Student Center @ Snow College. Free. Music, Mr & Mrs. Santa, treats, games and activities inside the GSC. a Nativity Animal Petting Zoo and Christmas caroling on the Snow College Practice field.
"The Horne School of Music Holiday Concert" Time: 7:30 – 9 pm Location: Eccles Center for Performing Arts @ Snow College. Tickets available at the door. Not Free.
"The RED, WHITE, & GREEN Firework Spectacular Time: 9:00 pm Location: Snow College Practice Field. Free.
You can also bring a toy and/or can of food for Sub for Santa.
Contact: www.snow.edu/christmasfireworks at ---
Snow College Horne School of Music Holiday Music Spectacular
Snow College Horne School of Music Holiday Music Spectacular
You are invited to attend a wonderful Holiday concert featuring: Commercial Music Ensemble Symphony Orchestra Jazz Ensemble Advanced Women’s Choir Cadence A Cappella Choir
Saturday, Dec. 5th, 7:30 pm Eccles Center, Jorgensen Concert Hall
$10 adults, $8 Seniors/youth $30 Family Call Snow College Box Office for tickets: 435-283-7478 or 435-283-7472.
Contact: Sherry Nielson at 283-7472
82nd annual Messiah practice
practices for the annual performance of the Messiah will be on Sundays beginning October 11th at 6pm for the choir and Wednesday’s beginning October 14th at 7pm for the orchestra. The 82nd annual Messiah performance will be December 6th. All rehearsals will be in the Eccles Center at Snow College. Anyone interested can participate.
Contact: Nathan Schreiner at 612-810-6767
Frontier Homestead State Park holiday events
The holiday season is upon us, and Frontier Homestead State Park Museum will be bustling with festivities. From the Tree Festival, to a two-day Christmas Market, to a week-long celebration of Christmas on the frontier, families will have abundant opportunity to celebrate Trees, Snow, and Cabins Aglow.
Kicking off the merriment is the annual Cedar City Tree Festival, Friday and Saturday, November 27-28. Taking place at the Stonehaven Special Events, 647 South Cross Hollow Road, the community will have the chance to immerse themselves in a wonderland of decorated trees and wreaths, the sale of which will benefit the Cedar City Fire Department and the Frontier Homestead Museum Foundation. Over the two days, the public will also be able to bid on the trees being auctioned at the festival. Festival patrons will be able to shop at a variety of vendor booths, including one-of-a-kind Nativity sets. And don’t forget to visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus. The event is open to the public Friday from noon to 8 p.m., and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Cost is $1 ages 3-12, and $2 ages 13+.
The following weekend, December 4-5, The Homestead Christmas Market will fill Frontier Homestead State Park Museum with the sights, sounds, smells and atmosphere of a frontier Christmas marketplace. Over 20 artists and crafters have been invited to create an old-fashioned shopping experience for visitors. In addition to the artisans setting up in the Museum, the historic buildings on the grounds of Frontier Homestead State Park will be transformed into authentic pioneer shops, full of exceptional, hand-crafted items. Whether it’s exclusive handmade soap, a piece of whimsical or fine jewelry, a new painting or piece of art for the living room, a quilt or a toy, you will find it at the Homestead Christmas Market. Drop by any time Friday December 4th between 11:00 am and 6:00 pm, or Saturday December 5th between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm. Not only will you be supporting cottage industry and small business, but a portion of the proceeds go back to the Museum Foundation to support community events. Entrance to the Christmas Market is just $1.00/person.
Wrapping up the festivities is the week-long Christmas at the Homestead, December 7-12. Once again the Utah Shakespeare Festival is partnering with Frontier Homestead State Park to celebrate the season with local entertainment, pioneer-themed crafts, tasty treats and nightly appearances from St. Nicholas. Activities start at 5:30 p.m. each evening and continue until 8:00. Entry is only $5 per family or $1.50 for individuals. Christmas at the Homestead is for the whole family. Every evening all the buildings will be lit up and open for exploration. There will be crafts, hot chocolate, music and Christmas cheer.
For more information call 435-586-9290, or visit www.frontierhomestead.org. Frontier Homestead State Park is located at 635 North Main Street in Cedar City.
Contact: Frontier Homestead State Park at 435-586-9290
Red Cross Blood Donation Locations
Monroe Dec. 14 from noon to 5 p.m. at Monroe Stake, 49 E. 200 N.
Salina Dec. 14 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at North Sevier High School, 350 W. 400 N.
Castle Dale Dec. 15 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at PacifiCorp, Hunter, S. Highway #10
Loa Dec. 15 from 1:30 to 7 p.m. at Loa Stake Center, 20 S. 100 W.
If you would like to donate blood, call the Red Cross toll free at 1-800-733-2767.
Contact: Red Cross at 1-800-733-2767
Mount Pleasant Seniors December Calendar
Tuesday’s Dec. 1 and 15th – hand and foot at 6:30pm, those dates plus December 8th also quilting.
Wednesday, Dec 2nd Christmas Dinner 6pm, $6/plate.
Thursday Dec. 3, 10, 17 – Exercise class 10am. December 10th also Heat assistant 9am – 4pm.
Monday Dec. 7 & 14 – 9am – 11:30 am quilting.
Contact: Mount Pleasant Seniors at ----
Live Nativity in Ftn. Green
The 11th annual Fountain Green Live Nativity will be held on Friday, Dec. 18th and Saturday, Dec. 19th from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. You can meet at the L.D.S. church at 125 South 200 West for a hayride up to the live nativity or come to the site at 800 West 400 South. Free admission and refreshments.
Contact: --- at ---
Bingo and Dance
Bingo Night this Thursday Nov 12th from 7-9pm at the North Sevier Coumity Center up stairs cost is $5.00 for 3 cards free popcorn and punch this is a fun raiser for the Seniors come and have some fun
The Dance on Friday Nov 13th has been moved to Friday Nov 20th from 7-9pm at the Cummunity Center the Durffe Band will be preforming Cost is $3.00 per person for the band Come and have fun
Contact: vicki phoenix at 893-1455
Christmas Tree Permits - Manti-La Sal Forest
Christmas tree permits will be on sale at the Sanpete District office of the Manti-La Sal National Forest beginning Nov. 16 until sold out. Permits will cost $10 each, with a limit of three permits per person. The office, located at 540 North Main Street, Ephraim, is open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Permits purchased on the Sanpete District must be used on the Sanpete District, except at places closed to tree cutting. Permits purchased on other districts of the forest may not be used on the Sanpete District.
To buy a permit for a tree taller than 12 feet, the purchaser must pay 50 cents per additional foot, payable when the permit is purchased. Those purchasing permits at the office will need to provide a check, exact change or a debit or credit card. There are no refunds. Permits will not be available by mail or phone order.
For customer convenience, permits will also be sold by local vendors: Choice Hardware & Home Center, 1005 N. Main, Nephi; Horseshoe Mountain Home Center, 1095 Highway 89, Mount Pleasant; Rasmussen Ace Hardware, 435 South Main, Gunnison and Tractor Supply, 828 North Main Street, Ephraim, UT.
The district will have 2,400 permits to sell, which has been sufficient to meet the demand in the past, but within the limits needed to sustain the Christmas tree cutting program from year to year.
Contact: Sanpete District Office at 283-4151
BLM Christmas Tree Permits
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Utah will begin selling non-commercial permits to cut pinyon pine and juniper Christmas trees in November. Permits will be available at the following locations:
Fillmore Field Office Dates: Nov. 16 – Dec. 24. Cost: $10 each with a limit of one per household. Type: Juniper and Pinyon Pine. Where to purchase permits: Fillmore Field Office, 95 East 500 North, Fillmore, UT 84631. For more information, call: (435)743-3100.
Richfield Field Office Dates: Nov. 2 – Dec. 24 Cost: $10 each with a limit of two per person Type: Pinyon Pine and Juniper Where to purchase permits: Richfield Field Office, 150 East 900 North, Richfield, UT 84701 For more information, call: (435)896-1500
Price Field Office Dates: Nov. 25 – Dec. 24. Cost: $10 each with a limit of one per household. Type: Pinyon Pine and Juniper. Where to purchase permits: Price Field Office, 125 South 600 West, Price, UT 84501. For more information, call: (435)636-3600.
Kanab Field Office Dates: Nov. 16 – Dec. 24. Cost: $10 each with a limit of two per household. Type: Juniper and Pinyon Pine. Where to purchase permits: Kanab Field Office, 669 South Highway 89 A, Kanab, UT 84741. For more information, call: (435)644-1200.
Winter weather conditions in the mountains are unpredictable, so always be prepared. Stay on designated roads and trails. Be prepared for slick, snow-packed roads and have chains, a 4-wheel drive vehicle, or a snow machine available. Let someone know where you are planning to go and the approximate time you will return. Remember to carry a cell phone, bring additional warm clothing, gloves, boots, a container of hot liquid, water, and a lunch or snack. Carry a flashlight, shovel, first-aid kit, matches, a hatchet, ax or handsaw, and rope to secure your tree. Be safe and enjoy your public lands.
Contact: BLM at ---
Ephraim Seniors December Schedule
Dec 3. – Lion’s Club meeting Dec 14. – DUP meeting Dec 17. – Board Meeting 9am, Potluck Dinner at Noon, $4. Dec 28. – soup and Bread
To get information on the Seniors tying a quilt for you or rental of the building or the van give them a call
Contact: Ephraim Senior Center at 283-6666
Time Change for Sanpete Co. Treasurers
Beginning the week of May 18 the Sanpete County Treasurers Office will transition into a new schedule. Due to security concerns from being the only office in the courthouse open on Fridays we are changing office hours. We will change from Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm to Monday-Thursday 7:00am-6:00pm. This will bring our office hours on a concurrent schedule with the other Sanpete County Courthouse offices that have already implemented the four day work week. We would like to remind residents of Sanpete County that they may process their registration renewals online any day of the year.
Contact: Sanpete County Treasurers office at 835-2101.
Ephraim Seniors Cancel Bingo
Bingo is cancelled at the center for Nov. 30th and Dec 30th.
Contact: ---- at ---
DANCE at the Richfield Senior Center
Everyone is invited to come to the Dance on the first and third Friday of Each month from 7:00-9:00 pm at the Richfield Senior Center, 890 North 300 West. Live music by Dale Barney’s band, “Middle of the Road Band,”. And admission is $3 a person. For more information contact Jenavie Ricksecker at 896-5744.
Contact: Jenavie at 896-5744
An Evening Under The Horseshoe
Come and join us in beautiful, historic Spring City, Utah for an "Evening Under The Horseshoe". You’re invited for the premier of the documentary film, Life Under The Horseshoe, produced by Metamora Films. We will also have stage entertainment, music, director’s Q and A, and a reception afterwords. The fun is happening at the 100-year old Victory Hall in Spring City, Utah…and it’s all FREE!
Contact: Matt at 1-385-290-7940
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ centered 12-step program for those dealing with addictions. It is held at the Sevier Valley Southern Baptist Church, 501 North Main, Richfield, at 6 p.m. on Thursdays.
For more information, contact Pastor Bobby Gore, 893-5928
Contact: Bobby Gore at 435-893-5928
Mt. Pleasant Library New Schedule
Mt. Pleasant Public Library’s New Schedule
Mondays and Fridays: 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Tuesdays-Thursdays: 11:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
Saturday: 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
World War II Veterans stories
To commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, the Utah Department of Veterans and Military Affairs and the Utah State History are teaming up to collect stories of Utah’s World War II veterans.
Veterans and their families are encouraged to go to mymilitarystory.utah.gov to share their stories.
Donations of artifacts, such as diaries, photos and memoirs to state or local historical agencies is also encouraged.
Contact: mymilitarystory.utah.gov at ---
NAMI Connections Recovery Support Group
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Connections is a recovery support group for people living with mental illness, in which people learn from each others’ experiences, share coping strategies, and offer each other encouragement and understanding.
Through the NAMI Connections, participants will find a casual and relaxed approach to sharing the challenges and successes of coping with mental illness. Groups are confidential – participants can share as much or as little personal information as they wish. It’s a chance to share your experience and learn from others who have been there.
Monthly meetings will be held on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month, from 7 to 8 p.m. at the South Sanpete School District, 39 S. Main St., Manti.
There will be no meeting September 17, and the meetings in October will be October 8 and 22.
For more information on NAMI Sanpete County, please call 435-851-0220.
Contact: Vickie Anderson at 435-851-0220
NAMI Family Support Group
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Sanpete County is offering a free family support group. Family support groups are an important free resource for families who have a loved one with mental illness. Learning that others have been able to work out some common issues can inspire hope.
Through the NAMI family support group, you will find a network of friends who care and understand, ideas that help you take care of yourself and your family, and a chance to share your experience and learn from other who have been there. You will also receive information about brain disorders, treatment and services.
Monthly meetings will be held on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the South Sanpete School District, 39 S. Main St., Manti.
There will be no meeting September 17, and the meetings in October will be October 8 and 22.
If you have questions about NAMI Sanpete County, please call 435-851-0220
Contact: Vickie Anderson at 435-851-0220
Central Utah Public Health in Manti has flu shots available.
Regular hours for shots are Tuesdays 2:00 – 5:00 pm.
Or Monday thru Thursday from 4:00-5:00…. or call for an appointment.
Most insurances are taken.
Get your flu shot today! DO IT NOW!!!
Contact: CUPH at 835-2231
ADULT LAP SWIM/EXERCIZE
Gunnison Valley Swimming Pool is now offering evening lap swim and exercise time on Monday and Wednesday from 7:30-9:00 pm. 18 years and older. Come out and get in shape!!!!!
Contact: STACEY REID at 201-9236
The Jordan World Circus 2016
"EARLY BIRDS DISCOUNT AVAILABLE NOW"With three rings of affordable family fun, "The Jordan World Circus" will thrill fans of all ages. Come see the death-defying aerial acts, animal attractions including tigers and elephants. In addition to the performing acts, kids will have the unique opportunity to ride and pet different types of animals.
- Acts are subject to change **
OREM, UT MCKAY EVENTS CENTER Tuesday, February 2nd * 7 PM Wednesday, February 3rd * 4 & 7:30 PM
Once online sales have finished, you can only purchase tickets at the circus location. We open doors one hour before the event!!
Contact: Esteban Fassio at 1-702-456-2642
Bible Seekers Club
6:30 Wednesday Evenings Kid’s Club for ages 5-12. Hosted by Heritage Baptist Church. Games, activities, music, snacks and Christ centered.
Adults are welcome to stay and attend mid-week service while the kids are in club.
1045 Medical Drive (across the parking lot from Sanpete Valley Hospital) Mount Pleasant
Bible Seekers Club runs through Spring.
Call for details.
Contact: Heritage Baptist Church at 462-9319
Resume writing, interview skills workshops
The Department of Workforce Services in Manti is offering free resume writing and interview skills workshops. Starting in January, resume writing workshops will be every Tuesday, and interview skills workshops will be on Wednesdays. Contact the DWS office for times.
Contact: Department of Workforce Services at 835-0720
Blood Pressure Clinics
free blood pressure clinics sponsored by Gunnison Valley Home Care are monthly at the following locations: Manti Senior Center the second Wednesday of every month from 11:15 to 12:15. Gunnison Senior Center the third Thursday of every month from 11:30 to 12:30. Salina Senior Center on the third Thursday of every month from 11:00 to 12:00. The Richfield Senior Center on the third Wednesday of every month from 11am to 12:00. The Monroe Senior Center on the Third Thursday of every month from 11am to 12.
Contact: Krista at 435-528-3955
Diabetic Support Group
The Diabetic Support group is offered by Gunnison Valley Hospital. They meet the second tuesday of each month from 3 -4pm in the Homecare Building across from the hospital. They are free of charge and everyone is welcome.
Contact: Heidi at 435-528-3955
Bereavement Support Group
Gunnison Valley Hospital hosts a grief support group on the first Tuesday of each month. They meet in the conference room at 7pm in the Homecare building at 45 East 100 North in Gunnison. Anyone is welcome
Contact: Carl Cox at 435-528-3955
Veterans help line
If you are a veteran in emotional crisis and need help RIGHT NOW, call this toll free number 24 hours a day 7 days a week: 1-800-273-8255. Veterans should press "1" after being connected. You will likely be asked for your Social Security Number if you are seeking further VA benefits or services.
You can also visit utvet.com on the Internet.
Contact: Veterans Help Line at 1-800-273-8255