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Jazz Player Appearance Richfield

Richfield Parks and Recreation will be hosting a Jazz Player Appearance. Royce O’Neal will be at the Richfield High School Thursday June 21 at 11am.

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JAZZ PLAYER APPEARANCE MT. PLEASANT

Mt. Pleasant  Recreation will be hosting a Jazz Player Appearance. Royce  O’Neal will be at the Recreation Center  Friday, June 22 at 11 a.m. This is a  FREE event so bring your whole family and support the UTAH JAZZ!

Post expires at 11:33am on Friday June 22nd, 2018

Volunteer Trail Project

re-decking the Patton Trail bridge (Arapeen Trail #3) east of Manti, Utah.

Date and Time: Saturday, June 23rd at 9:00 am.

Meeting Location: Manti City Park, 200 N. 300 W.

Project Description: Working with the Sanpete Ranger District to re-deck the existing Patton Trail bridge. Building materials will be provided by the Forest Service but please read the list of additional items to bring below.

What to bring:

– Plenty of water!!!

– Full gear if you plan to ride afterwards

– Long pants, long sleeves, gloves, eye protection, closed toed shoes

– Lunch

– Pry bars,

– Hammers

– Circular Saws

– Socket

– Trail Host vests and magnets if certified

If you are interest in volunteering, Contact:

Mike Thomas

Off Highway Vehicle Volunteer Specialist

Division of State Parks and Recreation

801-503-4188

Post expires at 8:56am on Saturday June 23rd, 2018

Manti Mormon Miracle Pageant Info.

The Manti Mormon Miracle Pageant, sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints,  will be performed Thursday, June 14th – 16th and June 19th – 23rd. Located on Temple Hill at 150 East 400 North, each evening. Gates open at 6pm and the Pageant starts at 9:30pm. Blanket area and seating is first come first serve. Admission is free.

What can you do in Manti during Pageant Time:

-Manti City Pageant Dinners are each evening of the pageant June 14-16, and 19-23. Dinners are at the Manti National Guard Armory ( 100 west Union St.) from 5-8pm. Dinner includes Sanpete Turkey, mashed potatoes, green beans, roll, brownie. Cost is $8.50 for 12yrs and up and $5.50 for 11yrs and under. Credit cards and debit cards accepted.

– Vendor booths will be set up at 200 north and 50 west from approximately 5-9pm, each evening of the pageant.  . There will be a range of food ( Mexican, hamburgers, sanpete turkey sandwiches, Pizza and more) , drinks, treats, ties, toys plus other vendors.

– Breakfast will be served the Friday and Saturday mornings after the pageant (June 15th and 16th and 22nd and 23rd) at the Manti City Park ( 200 North, 300 West) from 7am to 10am. Breakfast includes: pancakes, scrambled eggs, ham, and juice/milk. Sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ Manti Youth. Price is 9yrs and up $5/plate, 8yrs and under $3/plate.

-Patten House Pioneer Museum open for tours

Located at  100 West  300 North   Manti

June 14 to June 16    2:30 to 7:30

June 19 to June 23    2:30  to 7:30

-Family History Tent – Learn more about family history, and how to use some of the latest apps.  Each night of the pageant from 6:30pm – 9pm.  They family history tent is across the street to the west of pageant seating.  Computers and trained historians will be on hand to help.

Post expires at 7:41pm on Saturday June 23rd, 2018

FRONTIER FOLKLIFE FESTIVAL RETURNS TO CEDAR CITY

Frontier Homestead State Park Museum and The Frontier Homestead Museum Foundation are pleased to bring the third annual Frontier Folklife Festival to Cedar City, Utah, June 22-23. The Festival runs from 11 am – 7 pm on Friday June 22 and from 10 am – 6 pm on Saturday June 23. Thanks to the support of sponsors, admission is free.

Original art, live music, and living history demonstrations and activities combine to celebrate the diverse heritage of southern Utah.  The Frontier Folk Festival promises to be filled with remarkable talent.  Featured performers include the Washburn Family Bluegrass Band, Karyn Whittemore, vocalist Jeryelee, among many others. The entire performance schedule can be found at: https://frontierhomestead.org/folk-fest/ .

For more information call the Park at (435) 586-9290, or email frontierhomestead@utah.gov. Frontier Homestead State Park Museum is located at 635 North Main in Cedar City, Utah.

Post expires at 8:52pm on Saturday June 23rd, 2018

Radio Amateur Field Day

The Sevier Amateur Radio Club will be participation in the ARRL field day on Saturday June 23. We will begin broadcasting at 1pm. All amateur radio operators are invited to attend. We are also inviting the general public to come and see how a true radio works.

Post expires at 9:56am on Sunday June 24th, 2018

Fremont Indian State Park

June 2- Prehistoric Skills Demonstration Watch masters at work in now bygone trades and if you are lucky you may even get to try yourself! We will be having demonstrations in flint knapping, spinning, and making fry bread over a fire. Join in on making shell necklaces with a pumper drill and using a loom to weave something small.

June 23- ATV “Ride In” Movie. 8:30 pm. We will be screening the movie the Croods. Bring your family to the Park for a movie under the stars on our Rendezvous flat. If you want to go for a night ride, ride your ATV to the park for a unique “Ride in movie” experience. Bring blankets, snacks and get ready for a fun evening. Our friends group will be selling popcorn, drinks and snow cones.

Post expires at 10:26am on Sunday June 24th, 2018

Panguitch Valley Balloon Rally

Panguitch Valley Balloon Rally is Thursday June 21 @ 10am through Sunday June 24 @ 12pm. The Panguitch Balloon Rally is an experience you will never forget. Watch beautiful hot air balloons launch into the sky every morning. Enjoy activities and vendors and then walk down Main Street at dusk on Saturday night to experience the breathtaking balloon glow.

Post expires at 9:02am on Monday June 25th, 2018

Sustainable Grazing Institute Workshop

The Sustainable Grazing Institute will present a hands-on workshop for livestock producers who want to increase sustainable forage production, animal performance, and net income through improved grazing management.  Learn about grass growth, designing grazing cells, economics of grazing, and sustainable grazing methods.  The dates are June 26-28 at the Triple C Arena in Panguitch.  The cost is $25/person and space is limited.  Register at Eventbrite: https://bit.ly/2whRB4g.  For more information, contact Kevin Heaton (435-676-1117) or Matt Palmer (435-283-3472).

Post expires at 12:51pm on Tuesday June 26th, 2018

Fairview Senior Citizens Spring Calendar

Pot Luck Dinners will be held on the second and fourt Wednesday of each month at 6pm.  Bring your own dishes and a dish to share.  Dates will be Apr. 25, May 9th and 23rd, June 13th and 27th.

 

Bingo will be the 3rd Monday of each month at 2pm.

 

There will also be a yard sale on June 9th from 8:30am – 2pm.

 

If you have any questions call Erma at 427-9349

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