Welcome to Community Events & the Bulletin Board
24th of July Fundraiser Bake Sale
The North Bend DUP is having a Fundraiser/Bake Sale in front of the old Drug Store on State Street in Fairview before and after the parade on the 24th of July.
There will be fresh homemade bread by the slice or loaf and other bakery and sweet treats. Donations also welcome.
Come help support us in replacing our crumbling DUP Monument.
Contact: Becky Roberts at 469-1173
2014 Vacation Bible School
Sevier Valley Baptist Church presents Vacation Bible School 2014.Our theme this year is entitled Agency D3. Where we will DISCOVER, DECIDE & DEFEND the truths of who Jesus Christ really is.There will be crafts, games, songs & snacks. Everything is free and open to all ages. The fun will begin on Sunday, July 20th – Thursday, July 24th from 6:00 – 8:30 PM nightly. Our church is located at 501 N Main St, Richfield. Please call Pastor Bobby for more info.
Contact: Bobby Gore at 893-5928
Pioneer Days in Marysvale
Wednesday, July 23 5 p.m. – Dinner sponsored by Boy Scouts at the Pavilion. Dark – Fireworks.
Thursday, July 24 9 a.m. – Jackpot Team Roping. 10 a.m. – Parade. 11 a.m. – Children’s games. 1 p.m. – Biggest Little Rodeo. Trout Rodeo.
Contact: Marysvale City at www.marysvale.org
Koosharem Pioneer Day
Thursday, July 24 5 p.m. – Parade. Dinner and program after the parade. Children’s games following the program.
Contact: Koosharem at 1234567
Pioneer Day in Panguitch
Thursday, July 24 7-9 a.m. – Scout breakfast at Zions Bank 10 a.m. – Parade. Daughters of the Utah Pioneers program at Panguitch Stake Center following parade. 12:30 p.m. – Firemen’s lunch at the fair building. 2-3 p.m. – Children’s games at City Park.
Contact: Panguitch at 1234567
Mayfield Pioneer Day Celebration
Thursday, July 24th . 10am – Parade. Activities at the park start at 11am with live entertainment from Junction 89, a waterslide, games, food, train rides. 12 noon -will be the Live Auction. 2pm -is the Wild River Duck Race with 3 grand prize winners. Prizes include a big screen TV, $1,000 worth of cut and wrapped beef, and a $1,000 shopping spree at Thriftway.
All sponsored by the Mayfield Lions Club.
Ducks can be purchased yearly at the Mayfield Market or Thriftway in Gunnison. You can also purchase them the day of, before the event.
Contact: ---- at -----
Softball and Volleyball tournament in Spring City
Sign you team up now for the co-ed Volleyball or Softball tournaments in Spring City for July 24th.
Contact: Luke at 435-851-2609
Sterling Town Pioneer Day Celebration
Sterling Town Pioneer Day Celebration July 24, 2014
6:30 am 5K Run, Registration at Sterling Community Center at 6:30 am ($10 entry fee which includes runner t-shirt). Contact Amber Jarvis for pre-registration, 851-0032.
7:00 am Breakfast (Pavilion south of Church)
9:00 am Parade (Main Street)
10:00 am Games and Activities at Park, including Greased Pig Chase, Money in the Haystack, Fish Pond, Races and more.
10:30 am Cornhole Tournament
Noon: Concessions Open, hamburgers, hot dogs, drinks, sno-cones.
12:30 pm Horseshoe Tournament (5$ entry fee)
3:00 pm 3 on 3 Basketball (Contact Elisha Steinfeldt for pre-registration, 835-4224).
4:30 pm Watermelon Bust (Town Council)
5:30 pm Dutch Oven Cook-Off (5$ tasting fee)
6:00 Softball Game (for all ages)
Local Entertainment during the day
FIREWORKS at Dusk!!!
Contact: Yvonne Larsen at 835-1799
Fairview City Pioneer Days OHV ride
A charity OHV Ride to benefit the Sanpete Food Pantry begins July 26th at 8:30am at Skyline Motor Sports.
Check-in begins at 7:00 am, and the ride starts at 8:30. The 70-mile ride climbs Pleasant Creek Canyon to Scenic Skyline Drive where riders will enter the Arapeen Trail System of the Manti LaSal National Forrest. Riders will loop past Potters Ponds and Millers Flat Reservoir and return to the beautiful Sanpete Valley.
Registration fee: $30 donation per rider payable upon check-in. Riders who present a food donation at check in will receive a $5 discount.
Contact: Jeff Jarman at 801-319-0830
I ♥ Beaver 5K Color Run
Saturday the 26th of July In Beaver the run starts at 9:00 AM at the softball 4 plex 500N 700E. It is a walk/Run fun run. Runners will run through 4 color stations where a cornstarch with food coloring will be thrown on them as the run by. Registation is $25 per entery and $100 for a group of five. Entery comes with a package of chaulk and a shirt. Shirts are limited so first come first serv basis. In person registation and pick up starts a 7:00 AM.
Sponsered by: EC Source Cicle 4 Farms Mikes Food Town Fishlake Lumber Ernie’s Truck Stop Alco State Farm Timberline Beaver Pawn Tusher Construction
Special thanks to Smith Sound
Contact: Trent Barney at 1-801-755-4404
Pioneer Days in Monroe
Tuesday, July 22 6 p.m. – 3 on 3 basketball. $20 registration. 7 p.m. – Broadway Revue, Carol Theater, free admission.
Wednesday, July 23 6 p.m. – Children’s parade 6-7:30 p.m. – Milk Run registration. 6:30 p.m. – Community barbecue. $8 adults, $5 kids 3-11. 7 p.m. – 3 on 3 basketball, Main St. 8 p.m. – Broadway Revue, Carol Theater, free admission.
Thursday, July 24 6-6:45 a.m. – Milk Run registration. $20 with shirt, $10 without shirt. 7 a.m. – Milk Run begins. 7-9 a.m. – Breakfast (pancakes, eggs, ham, drink). $4.25 adults, $2.50 kids 10 and under. 9:30 a.m. – Flag ceremony. 9:45 a.m. – Authentic wagon train. 10 a.m. – Parade. 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. – Concessions on the Park. Library book sale. Noon – Children’s races. 1 p.m. – Program, awards, raffles. 4 p.m. – Broadway Revue, Carol Theater, free admission. Evening activities at Middle School 7 pm. – Concessions/raffle ticket sales. Concert "Borderline". 8:30 p.m. – Drawing for prizes. 9:30 p.m. – Fireworks.
Friday, July 25 5 p.m. – Buckin’ 4 Bucks bull riding, Monroe Rodeo arena. $10 adults, $5 kids 6-16, 5 and under free. Family of 5, $30. Bring your own seating. 7 p.m. – Doubles tennis tournament check-in. Play start at 7:30 p.m. 8 p.m. – Singer/storyteller Clive Romney in concert. Cobbler and ice cream at Lions Park.
Saturday, July 26 Middle School Football Field. Bring your own lawn chairs and blankets for seating. 7 p.m. – Sloppy Joe dinner. 8 p.m. – Concert "Lawn Darts" 9:30 p.m. – Fireworks
Contact: www.littlegreenvalley.com at 527-4621
Pioneer Day in Sigurd
Saturday, July 26
Flag Raising at the Park. Breakfast at the park. 5 p.m. – Children’s parade. Games at the park following parade. 6 p.m. – Dinner at the park (potluck).
Contact: Sigurd at 1234567
Escalante Pioneer Days
Friday, July 25 6:30 p.m. – Rodeo. 9 p.m. – Dance at Firehouse.
Saturday, July 26 9:30 a.m. – Children’s parade. 10 a.m. – Parade. Griffin old-time shoot out following parade. 11:30 a.m. – Scout banquet at the church. Fire department lunch at fire station. 1 p.m. – LDS Church program. 2-5 p.m. – Carnival and games. 6:30 p.m. – Rodeo 10 p.m. – Fireworks.
Contact: Escalante at 1234567
Pioneer Day in Tropic
Tri Ward activity with Cannonville and Henrieville.
Saturday, July 26 10 a.m. – Parade in Tropic. Flag ceremony, children’s races and games at Tropic Park following the parade.
Contact: Tropic at 1234567
Blast from the Past Car Show
The 11th annual Blast from the Past car show will be in Salina on Friday and Saturday, July 25 and 26.
Friday Activities at the North Sevier Middle School, 135 North 100 West.
6 p.m. – Cruise down Main Street. Meet at 6oo E. Main at 5:45 p.m. 6:30-7:30 p.m. – Poker Run (Sign up at 600 E. Main). 7-8:30 p.m. – Firemen’s steak fry (Middle School pavilion). 8:30 p.m. Outdoor movie (American Graffiti) FREE!
Saturday North Sevier Middle School 10 a.m.-3 p.m. – Car Show. Awards at 3 p.m.
DJ music by Sound Unlimited – Food – Vendors – Games!!
18’ 7K Car Hauler raffle. Raffle tickets and t-shirts on sale at The Parts House in Salina.
For more information, go to www.blastfromthepastcarshow.com or call 435-893-0458.
Contact: blastfromthepastcarshow.com at 435-893-0458
Saturday Flying Ace All-Stars Aerial Show
Catch the high-flying action every Saturdat in July at the Flying Ace All-Stars Freestyle Show presented by Montage Deer Valley. The event takes place at the Utah Olympic Park in Park City at 11:00 am. See Olympians and National Team skiers and snowboarders perform acrobatic feats as they soar up to 60 feet in the air before landing in the Park’s 750,000 gallon Aerials Pool. A great show for the whole family, this half-hour choreographed production will leave you breathless!
Adults-$10 Youth-$5 Kids 2 & under-free
Contact: Melanie Welch at 658-4200
Fairview City Pioneer Days
July 14th – 16th 10:00am – 4:00pm Lace Days at the Fairview Museum – Come see the Lacers at work. Please call Nancy for more information at 435-427-9216.
July 17th and 19th Little Abner, 7 p.m. – Dance Hall
July 18th Friday Kids Rodeo @ 7:00 p.m.
July 19th Saturday Horse Parade 6:00pm Main Rodeo 7 p.m. Circle J Rodeo Stock
July 22nd Tuesday Kids games at 7 p.m. and Ice Breaker dance at 8 p.m.– Ball Fields
July 23rd Wednesday ATV Rodeo @ 7:00pm – Pre-register now
July 24th Thursday 6:00am – Fireman’s Wake-up – City Wide. 6:30am – 5K Fun Run – Dance Hall – $10/person. 7:00am – Flag Raising -Museum. 7:00am – Pioneer Breakfast – Dance Hall Pavilion – Everyone is invited bring your families. 9:00am – D.U.P. Program – Dance Hall. 9:00am – Craft Fair – CentraCom Parking Lot- Free – For booth information please call Shauna 435-427-3733. 10:30am – Motorized Kids Parade (only) – State Street-start at Far West Bank. 10:45am – Kids Parade – (non- motorized) State Street- start at Far West Bank. 11:00am – Pioneer Day Parade – State Street- start at Far West Bank – Pre-register now. 12:00 pm – EMT Lunch – Dance Hall Pavilion – Bring your families and enjoy everyone company. 1:00-4:00pm – Antique Car Show – Fairview Museum of History and Art- Donations to the Museum – Anyone welcome to enter. 1:00pm – Fairview Idol – Dance Hall – Free Pre-register now at the City Office (Register now online). 2:00pm – Kids Old Fashioned Games – Museum Area – Free. 7:00pm – 29th Annual Demolition Derby – Rodeo Grounds – Fireworks No coolers or outside food.
July 25 – All night volleyball starting at 6 p.m.
July 26 – ATV ride to benefit the Sanpete Food Pantry, register at 7 a.m. Skyline Motor Sports. 9 a.m. Scrambalooza at the Sports Park.
Contact: Fairview City (fairviewcity.com) at 427-3858
Pioneer Day in Spring City
July 19 6:00 pm – Kids Bicycle Rodeo – Cowboys and cowgirls, saddle up and mosey on down to the City Park at 6:00 pm on Saturday, July 19th for the best little rodeo in town. Leave your Appaloosa in the stable; all you’re gonna need for this bronco bustin’ is a standard-issue kid’s bike. BUT remember to trade in your ten-gallon hat for a sturdy helmet and wait for the judge to call out the riders one at a time. The Youth City Council will be selling goodies for ya all to enjoy during the rodeo. Yee-ha!!
July 22 “Saga of Spring City” 7:00 pm – Spring City Elementary School Ice Cream Social at City Park following Saga of Spring City
July 23 7:00 pm – Home Run Derby – Contact Luke Haveron @ 851-2609 8:30 – 11:30 Family Street Dance “Junction 89”
July 24 7:00 AM 5K Fun Run/Walk – To Pre-Register, Contact Heather Allred @ 469-1341 by July 12. $5.00 Pre-Registration $10.00 Day of Run T-Shirts Guaranteed Only for Pre-Registrations. 7:00 to 9:00 am – Fireman’s Breakfast – Spring City Fire Department. Picnic quilt Raffle Sponsored by Youth City Council. $2.00 per ticket, 3 Tickets for $5.00, 7 Tickets for $10.00. Eight Team Co-Ed Softball Tournament $150.00 per team – Contact Luke Haveron @ 851-2609. Eight Team Volleyball Tournament – Contact Luke Haveron @ 851-2609. 10:00 am Parade. Contact David or Julie Miller @ 801-717-0920, 435-462-4493, email firstname.lastname@example.org. 11:30 – 1:30 Free Children’s Carnival – City Park. 11:00 Horseshoe Tournament – Contact Bob Olsen for more information. 12:00 to 2:00 – Lunch at City Park. 12:00 to 1:00 – Live Music at City Park Bowery featuring “Rock of Ages”. Drawing for Picnic Quilt – Sponsored by Youth City Council. 1:30 – 2:30 Free Children’s Games – City Park. 2:30 – 4:30 “Throwback to the Days of our Pioneer Ancestors” – Pioneer Activities for Kids of all Ages. 7:00 Free Concert at the City Park – “Phat Old Professors”.
July 26 11:00 am – 3:00 pm Car Show at City Park – Contact Mark @ 435-469-1125. Early Bird Registration by July 13, $20.00 1st Car and $10.00 2nd Car, or $25.00 & $15.00 if Registered Day of Show. Motorcycle and Tractor Categories Encouraged. Raffle Tickets for a Picnic Quilt – Sponsored by Youth City Council. Winner Announced at 2:00 pm. (Ticket prices are $2.00 per ticket, 3 for $5.00 or 7-$10.00).
July 27 7:00 pm Old Time Gospel Music Revival – City Park.
We look forward to seeing you all at Pioneer Days July 19-27 in Spring City Utah.
Contact: Cynthia at 435-436-1328
Swimming Lessons at the Gunnison Pool
We will be having one last session of swimming lessons at the Gunnison Swimming Pool. The lessons will go from July 28th-Aug 8th. They are taught between 8-12. If you would like to sign your kids up for swimming lessons, please call us at the swimming pool. We hope you have a fun and safe rest of the summer.
Contact: Robert Sorensen at 528-7126
Swim Lessons at Snow
Summer swim lessons are scheduled for May 27-29 June 2-12 June 16-26 July 7-17 July 28-Aug 7 For more info or to sign up contact:
Contact: Carol at 283-7040
Mt. Pleasant City Co-ed Softball League
Registration is underway for Mt. Pleasant City Co-ed Softball League. 16 players per team, $300 registration fee. Deadline to register is July 28. For more information contact the Recreation Department.
Contact: Mt. Pleasant Recreation at 462-3108
Jr. Templar Little League Football/Soccer in Ephraim
Registration for the 6th, 7th and 8th grade Football signups are gong on Monday thru Friday at 3 to 6pm and Saturday, 10am to 6pm, at T&R in Ephraim. Cost is $125.00per player. Registration through July 29th. Equipment will be handed out on July 30th at the Manti National Guard Armory from 9am to 4pm
Ephraim City is also having sign ups for soccer Boys/Girls from preschool age to eigth grade. 9th grade boys can also sign up…Go to Ephraim City.org, click on athletic registration and sign up on Sportsite.
Contact: Phil Murray at 851-3954
Mt. Pleasant City All-Night Softball Tournament
Mt. Pleasant City All-Night Softball Touranment Aug. 1 & 2. $175 registration fee. Deadline to register is July 29. For more information contact the Recreation Department.
Contact: Mt. Pleasant Recreation at 462-3108
Mako Swim Team @ Snow College Horne AC
Summer Season June 2nd-July 31st
Practice Times:M-Th 7:00-8:30am
For more information call:
Lisa 435-230-3277 or Brittany 435-851-1442
Contact: Swimming Pool at 283-7027
Lady Templars soccer clinic
The Lady Templars soccer clinic takes place July 29-31 at Manti High School’s football field. This is for grades 1-8 and will be held from 10 a.m.-noon.
There will be individual and group instruction from the Manti High coaching staff and players.
Tuesday: passing and trapping Wednesday: dribbling and defending Thursday: heading and shooting
Campers will receive a t-shirt, various prizes and a certificate of achievement. Cost is $25 with a multi-child discount available.
For more information, contact Eleshia Steinfeldt at 813-2758
Contact: Eleshia at 813-2758
Mt. Pleasant Seniors for July
Mondays, July 7th, 14th, 21st,28th – Quilting 9am -11:30am. Tuesday, July 1st, 8th,15th,22nd, 29th – 9am: quilting, 1pm: bingo. Hand and foot the 1st, 15th, and 29th. Wed. July 2nd, 16th dinner @ 6pm. Thurs. July 3rd, 10th, 17th, and 31st- 10am: exercise class.
Contact: Mt Pleasant seniors at -----
Ephraim Seniors for July
Wed, July 2nd, 9th, 23rd and Tuesday, July 28th. Quilting.
Tuesday, July 14th DUP.
Thursday, Jul7y 17th, Monthly Potluck. Luncheon at noon with a program. Cost $4.
Wednesday, July 30th. Soup and Bread at noon followed by bingo. Cost $4 for food.
Contact: Ephraim Senior Center at 283-6310
Cove Fort Days
Friday and Saturday, August 1 and 2.
Continuous entertainment on stage: country singers, family bands, cowboy poetry, fiddlers, Utah storytelling.
Free stage coach and wagon rides.
Free hot dogs, chips and drinks for the entire family.
Guests are welcome and encouraged to wear pioneer clothing.
Pioneer village and exhibits: rug weavers using the loom, lye soap making, quilting, pottery making, tailors, hair wreaths, wood carvers, blacksmith workers, beekeeper. The ice house, bunk house, blacksmith shop and barn will be open.
Come see the 5,500 sq. ft. garden (the largest non-commercial garden in the state) with 33 different varieties of vegetables, 30 apple trees, flower garden with 24 different flowers.
Contact: Cove Fort at 435-438-5547
Richfield Rotary Club Trail Ride
The Richfield Rotary Club is sponsoring the first annual "End Polio Now Trail Ride" on the beautiful Paiute Trail.
Dates: Friday and Saturday, August 1 and 2
Twilight ride at 6 p.m. on Thursday, July 31.
There will be guided trail rides for ATVs, UTVs, and bicycles. If you don’t want to drive, there will be room for passengers. Bring a camera!
Suggested donation is $50 for all activities, or $25/day. Includes Dutch oven dinner on Friday evening. All proceeds will go to Rotary International’s Polio Plus fund.
Register online at www.richfieldareachamber.com.
If you have questions or want to rent an ATV or UTV, contact Brent Thorne at email@example.com or call 435-633-4517.
Contact: Brent Thorne at 435-633-4517
2014 DERBY DANCE
DJ Mikey Slim and Rolling thunder productions are throwing the annual Derby Dance following the Richfield Derby Saturday August 2nd. You wont want to miss it.
Contact: Shanell Taylor at 893-1112
Junior Templar Football Camp
The Manti High School Football team will be sponsoring a Junior Templar football camp for 3rd, 4th, & 5th graders. The camp will be held on August 5th, 6th, & 7th at the High School football field. The camp will run from 9:30 am – 11:00 am each day. The cost of the camp is $15.00, which includes a t-shirt.
Please contact Kristy Sego by Aug. 1st @ 435-851-4944 to sign up for the camp. (Please make sure to include t-shirt sizes.)
Thanks! & Let’s go TEMPLARS!!!
Contact: Kristy Sego at 851-4944
Dancing in Moroni
The Moroni Seniors are sponsoring "Dancing Returns to Moroni" with music by the band The Generation.
refresher dance courses will be available at 7pm and the dance will start on Friday, August 8th @ 7:30pm.
This is open to the General Public 15 years old and older.
Refreshments will be served and suggested donation of $3/person.
Contact: Irell Despain at 801-882-4238
British Soccer Camp 2014
Mt. Pleasant Recreation is excited to announce this years British Soccer Camp. August 4th – 8th at the Wasatch West Field.
Camp includes a free ball and T-shirt(A free soccer jersey is also available is players are signed up by June 20th.
9:00am – 10:30am Mini Soccer Ages 3-5 $99, 9:00am – 12:00pm Half Day Ages 6-14 $134, 1:00pm – 3:00pm Golden Goal* Ages 6-14 $47
*Golden Goal is an add on session specifically for those registered for the Half Day program that runs Monday through Thursday. The players will be supervised over lunch by the British Soccer coaching staff.
If you sign up less that 10 days prior to camp, add a $10 late fee.
More information available at www.challengersports.com
Contact: Mt. Pleasant Recreation at 462-3108
‘Land of our Destiny’ pageant – depicting the settling of Orderville and the United Order. Local talent in 3 open-air performances in Orderville at the Joe Caruso memorial Little League Ballpark. August 7, 8, & 9, 2014 at 9:00 PM
Contact: --- at ---
81st Annual All-State Italian Day
Please join us for All-State Italian Day at Lagoon on August 10th, hosted by the Italian American Civic League of Utah! We will have the State’s largest Bocce tournament, tons of food, beer, games and prizes! There are discount ride passes available at the door ($35.95/person plus tax). All proceeds benefit our scholarship programs. Please join us for this fun filled family event!
Questions please call
Cost: $35.95 per person plus tax Phone
Contact: Gia Frederick at 1-801-699-1934
Summer Water Aerobics @ Horne AC
Water Aerobics: Starting May 27th
Morning: M-Th 7-8am Evening: M-Th 7-8pm
Contact: Swimming Pool at 283-7027
Summer Lap Swimming @ Snow College Horne AC
Monday-Thursday: 5:30am-7am & Noon-1pm Friday:5:30am-Noon
On occasion due to unforeseen scheduling conflicts, various times may not be available for lap swimming in afternoon. Also this schedule may be revised as participation warrants.
Contact: Swimming Pool at 283-7027
Sanpete County Bookmobile
For more information on Schedule, updates, cancelations, delays and events get on: www.facebook.com/SanpeteCountyBookmobile
Contact: ---- at ----
Miss Sanpete County Outstanding Teen Pageant
Has been changed to Friday, August 15th at the Gunnison High School. Applications are still being taken.
Contact: Emily Cox at 851-0316
Summer Reading in Mt. Pleasant
Kick off is June 4th at the Rec Center on the corner of State and Main. Go every Wednesday at 10:45am for an hour of stories, experiments, and activities based on the science theme- fizz, boom, read. For ages 0-6th grade. Students 7th – 12th grade can sign up at the library for Spark a Reaction.
Contact: Mt. Pleasant Library at 462-3340
Family summer nights at the A.C
Come to the Horne Activity Center with family and friends on Friday nights from 4-9pm and get in for $1/person. For ages 4 and up.
Price subject to change without notice.
Offer good from May 23rd – August 15th, 2014.
Contact: Issue Room at 283-7039
Richfield Library Summer Storytime
Tuesdays at 11:15am. Wacky Wednesday science experiments 10-11am at the Richfield library. 83 E. Center
Contact: Richfield Library at 896-5169
Mt. Pleasant City Youth Soccer Registration
Registration is now underway for Mt. Pleasant City Youth Soccer. $35.00 registration fee. Boy’s & Girl’s ages 4 thru 9th grade. Deadline to register is Aug 13. For more information contact the Recreation Department.
Contact: Mt. Pleasant Recreation at 462-3108
United States Air Force Band of the Golden West: The Commanders Jazz Ensemble
The Commanders Jazz Ensemble, part of the US Air Force Band of the Golden West from Travis AFB CA, is swinging into Orem, UT for a FREE concert at the SCERA Shell Outdoor Theater on Tuesday, August 19th at 7:00 PM. For more information, contact 801-225-2787.
Under the direction of Master Sergeant Jeremiah True, The Commanders Jazz Ensemble carries on the American musical tradition of the great traveling big bands, yet offers a lot more than the big band sounds. This energetic group of highly-trained professional airmen-musicians plays everything from traditional jazz, cool, bop and swing to Broadway favorites, popular tunes, Latin rhythms, and patriotic music. The Commanders offers an entertaining show you won’t soon forget!
During a concert you’re likely to hear the music of jazz legends Duke Ellington, Woody Herman, Count Basie and Charlie Parker as well as contemporary big band leaders and composers such as Gordon Goodwin and Maria Schneider. And no concert would be complete without a tribute to the late Major Glenn Miller and his famous Army Air Corp band. Featuring outstanding soloists as well as a superb vocalist, The Commanders is an ensemble capable of delivering a powerful musical performance.
Touring the western states of California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Nevada, Utah and Arizona, the US Air Force Band of the Golden West has performed for thousands of listeners in live concert appearances and for millions worldwide via its numerous recordings and television and radio broadcasts. As the only active-duty Air Force band west of the Rockies, the Band of the Golden West is dedicated to using the power of music to inspire our Air Force members and the great nation we serve, producing innovative musical programs and products, and communicating Air Force excellence.
Contact: SCERA Shell Outdoor Theater at 1-801-225-2787
Johansen Construction offering mobile ferdeal certified testing and collecting.
Dear Business Owner: In an effort to become a safer and drug free work place we have appointed Kurt Newland as our safety manager. He has been trained and certified as a drug testing representative and we would like to offer his services to local business owners. Kurt has been trained in DOT and non-DOT drug testing and is available to perform pre-employment, random, post-accident, etc drug tests. Johansen Construction has a convenient trailer that has all the facilities for performing on site drug testing, he will come to you. J.C.I. also has software that will put your employees into a pool and draw names for your company randomly. Below is a price list for our services. Non- DOT drug test…………………………. $ 42.50 / per test DOT drug test……………………………….. $ 50.00 / per test Random Draw……………………………….. $ 2.00 / each draw Mileage Outside Sanpete County…….……… $ 0.55 / per mile Note: If customer comes to JCI’s office to be tested they will only be charged the price of the test. If you are interested in our services feel free to call our office at (435) 462-2815. Thank you, Johansen Construction, Inc.
Contact: Kurt Newland at 262-2461
Reptiday Salt Lake City Reptile & Exotic Animal Expo
Reptiday Salt Lake City is a one-day reptile event featuring vendors offering reptile pets, supplies, feeders, cages, and merchandise as well as live animal seminars and frequent free raffles for coveted prizes. Exciting, educational, family-oriented fun for everyone!
Hours: Saturday: 10:00am-5:00pm (VIP Early Entry at 9:30am)
Admission: Adults – $10, Children (5-12) – $5, Under 5 – Free Visit our website for special offers on Early Entry VIP tickets.
Contact: Repticon Staff at 1-863-268-4273
Sunday Flying Ace All-Stars Aerial Show
Catch the high-flying action every Sunday starting June 8th – August 31st at the Flying Ace All-Stars Freestyle Show presented by Montage Deer Valley. The event takes place at the Utah Olympic Park in Park City at 1:00 pm. See Olympians and National Team skiers and snowboarders perform acrobatic feats as they soar up to 60 feet in the air before landing in the Park’s 750,000 gallon Aerials Pool. A great show for the whole family, this half-hour choreographed production will leave you breathless!
Adults-$10 Youth-$5 Kids 2 & under-free
Contact: Melanie Welch at 658-4200
Manti City Pool
Manti City Pool is NOW open
Monday-Saturday: 12:00-6:00 p.m.
$3 per person
swimming lessons are available, please contact Manti City for more info
also you can rent the pool after normal operation hours, just contact Manti City for more info.
CUCF Wild Horse Adoption
Adoptions are held on the first Tuesday of each month: Halter and saddle started horses available. Halter horses are firt come , first served for $125, adopt a buddy horse for $25 with the adoption of a full fee horse. Saddle started horses are available using silent bid with opening bids of $250.
Gates Open: 10am – 2pm and vehicles will be searched upon entering and exiting.
Adoption dates: May 6, June 3, July 1, August 5, September 2,
FYI- tobacco and pepper spray are considered contraband inside the prison. alcohol, explosive items, poisons, weapons, dogs and controlled substances are also not allowed inside prison gates..People 16 yrs and older will be asked to provide photo ID.
for more information get online at ut.blm.gov
Contact: Dona Bastian at 435-287-7591
Manti City Creek Water Users
Manti City residents are being advised no outside watering is allowed between 10 a.m and 6 p.m. Violators will be warned then have their water shut off and capped.
Setting your sprinkler in one position for an entire night is prohibited as well.
Trees, shrubs and gardens should be the first priority. Grass will go dormant and does not die.
Residents are being asked to water no more than two times a week. With everyone’s cooperation, there will be enough water for the season.
If you have questions or need clarification, please call 835-5671 or 851-6275.
Contact: Manti City Creek Water at 835-5671
Delta BLM Horse adoptions
The Delta wild horse and burro facility will have adoptions from 9am to 4pm on the following dates: May 16-17, July 18-19, September 19-20,
for more info get online at ut.blm.gov
Contact: Heath Weber at 435-864-4068
Crown Fighting Championships
Crown Fighting Championships
Saturday September 28
1835 Convention Center Drive, St. George
general admission: $20, VIP tickets, $35, VIP tables, $400-$500 (please check for availability)
please note that on September 28, all ticket prices will be increased by $5
Contact: Scott Ford or Aaron Reiss at 705-8428 (Scott) or 632-9832 (Aaron)
Limited use at Huntington Canyon
Huntington Canyon recreation sites will be available on a limited basis this summer because of the threat of flooding. day-use within the forks of huntington campground and overnight camping below forks of Huntington are open. other areas are closed, and a few day-use parking areas will also be available. You can get more detailed information online by searching Manti-La Sal National Forest. or calling
Contact: Bill Broadbear at 435-636-3516
New Rec. sites on the Manti-La Sal
Visitors may now use a new campground at the Miller Flat Reservoir and two rental cabins at Orange Olsen Administrative Site in Joes Valley.
sites can be reserved by visiting www.recreation.gov
for more info call the: Ferron/Price Ranger District 435-384-2372 or
Contact: Forest Supervisor in Price at 435-637-2817
Manti City Recycling Area
The Manti City recycling area, located north of the city limits, is open:
Monday-Thursday 12-6 p.m.
Friday-Saturday 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
The recycling center will accept organics such as tree limbs, bush and shrub trimmings, leaves, garden waste, and grass.
All other materials must go to the Sanpete County Landfill.
This service is for Manti citizens.
Contact: JoAnn at 835-2401
THE COLOR COUNTRY WINDS HAVE STARTED REHEARSAL. ANYONE WHO PLAYS WOODWINDS, BRASS OR PERCUSSION IS WELCOME TO JOIN. THIS IS FREE, NO COST WHATSOEVER. WE MEET ON THURSDAY EVENINGS AT 7 PM AT 2279 N. WEDGEWOOD LANE, CEDAR CITY 84721 WE HAVE ONE UPCOMING PERFORMANCE.
Contact: HARRY TAYLOR at 1-702-601-2833
Sevier County Music Players Jam Dancers
Every Tuesday at the Richfield Senior Center 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM Open to all ages. Because this event is Non-profit, Donations are accepted but not required, just to keep the Jam going.
Call 201-7868 for more information.
Sanpete County food pantry rules
Some of the rules and regulations have changed at the Sanpete County Food Pantry in Mt. Pleasant for 2014. Visits are by appointment only. You must meet the Income criteria, bring a photo I.D, proof of income, proof of address (utility bill) or a workforce services statement. Appointments can be made every 30 days.
Contact: Food Pantry at 462-3006
Cedar City Hand Bell Choir
The Cedar City Hand Bell Choir are looking for new ringers and all are welcome to chime in. Rehearsals are Wednesdays at 5:30 pm at:
Community Presbyterian Church 2279 N. Wedgewood Ln Cedar City, UT 84721
Please contact Harry Taylor, music director at 702.601.2833 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Harry Taylor at 1-702-601-2833
IRS Tax Provisions
IRS Tax Provisions info is available at irs.gov/aca to educate individuals/businesses on how the health care law may affect them.
There are three pages on three sections:
explanation of tax benefits, responsibilities for individuals/families, employers and other organizations, featuring links and information for each group.
Visit the Web site for more info.
Mental health assistance
Mental health services for unfunded or underfunded patients is available. If you know someone who has a mental health issue, or if you need to talk to someone, contact Marian Johansen, Patient Access Manager at Sanpete Valley Hospital, to see if you qualify for a voucher for mental health services. Services available may include outpatient counseling, medication assistance and medication management.
Call Marian at 462-4185 or 851-5206.
Contact: Marian Johansen at 462-4185
Career Badger is Snow College’s one-stop source for Hire Learning and the central employee recruiting option for students and employers.
for more info on what Career Badger can do for you, please visit
myinterfase.com/snow/employer to create an employer account, post jobs, search students and make a job or internship connection.
Contact: Lisa Laird at 893-2221 or email@example.com
DAV Volunteers are needed to drive veterans who are living far away from VA hospitals in your area.
For more information on how you can be of assistance, please call the Salt Lake City VA.
Contact: 1-800-613-4012 ext.2003
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
Participating Grocery stores will showcase a "Coke Item of the Week". Stores will have boxes and entry forms for people to put in to win tickets to Lagoon and Seven Peaks resorts. Giveaways will be done on the last day of the promotion . Some giveaways will be on the radio and others at the store during "live" Remotes. Hint: Make sure you know the Coke Item of the Week for that participating store.
Other giveaways may include Hogle Zoo, RMR racing, and Bees Tickets.