Wednesday, June 29, 2011

4th of July 2011

4th of July in Southern Utah
Monday, July 4, 2011
Here are all the Independence Day celebrations I could find. Listed by city.

St. George, UT
Vernon Worthen Park
  • 7:30-10am Staheli catering breakfast of pancakes, eggs, hash browns, & beverage. $6 Adult. $4 Children 12 & under.
  • 8am Parade on the streets surrounding the park
  • 9am-1pm Activities (Many FREE): music, food booths, face painting, watermelon seed spitting contest, bounce houses, Water Wars, Frisbee toss, football throw, home run derby, dunk tank, climbing wall, obstacle course, slip and slide.
  • 10am Zumba & Karaoke
  • 11am-1pm Talent Competition
  • 1pm Hot dog eating contest
  • 8-10pm KONY Country Free concert in the Sunbowl (100 S. 400 E.) - Marshal Reign
  • 10pm Fireworks
Hurricane, UT
  • 7:30am Lion's Club Breakfast
  • 9am Parade
  • 10am Hurricane Community Center: food, games, races, water activities
  • 10am Spilsbury Sports Complex: Bike Jump Competition & ATV Rodeo
  • Wait...wait... There is just too much to list! Look here: City of Hurricane 4th of July 

LaVerkin, UT
8:30am – 12:00pm at Wanlass Park

Springdale, UT
  • 7-9am Lion's Club Breakfast at the Springdale Elementary School
  • 9-9:30am Parade from Lion's Blvd - the Bit n Spur Restaurant
  • 11am-2pm BBQ, water slides, games all at the Springdale Park on Lion's Blvd
Cedar City, UT
A traditional July Fourth celebration in Cedar City with a Parade at 9:30am followed by activities in the Main Street Park. For more information call 435-463-5501 or 435-559-4877 (Lions). Admission is FREE.

Brian Head, UT
Brian Head Fire Department Annual Pancake Breakfast held at the Giant Steps Lodge (Brian Head) from 7am to 10:30am. Also enjoy the Red, White & Blue Concert at 2pm (Town Park), Bonfire and S’mores 8pm (Fire Station) and Fireworks Display at 10pm (Town Park). FREE. For more information call 888-677-2810.

Parowan, UT
4th of July Parade held on Parowan Main Street at 10am. For more information call 435-477-9022 or 435-477-8190

Enoch, UT
Enoch 4TH of July includes the Freedom Run (5-K, 10-K or Family Walk), Mighty Mud Mania, and activities all day in the Enoch City Park (Enoch Road & Jones Ln), also a fireworks display after dark. For more information call 435-586-1119.

Kanab, UT
  • 7am Fun Run/Walk 2.5 miles
  • 7-9am Lion's Club Breakfast at State Bank Parking Lot
  • 10am Parade
  • 11am-3pm Park Fair
  • 6pm BBQ Dinner
  • 7pm Live Entertainment
  • 9:30/Dusk Fireworks
Moab, UT
Independence Day Celebration - Assorted afternoon festivities in Swanny City Park (400 North 100 West) followed by fireworks at dusk.

Movie in the Park 7/1

Movie in the Park
Friday, July 1, 2011
Community Center Park 450 E. Community Center Drive, Washington, UT
Showing "Never Ending Story". Movie starts at dusk.
Side Note: This was one of my favorite movies growing up!

Old Fashion Fun Festival

Old Fashion Fun Festival
Friday, July 8, 2011
For children ages 5-14
Join in an Old Fashion Festival with all the fun games: marbles, checkers, jacks, jump rope, hopscotch, yo-yos and much more. $3 per person. Ribbons to all participants. Prizes to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners. Refreshments will be served at the end of the competition. If you have any questions or wish to sign up, please call 435-652-7675. Register by July 6th!
Location: Judd’s Store 62 W. Tabernacle Street in St. George, UT

Youth Volleyball Camp

“Ace” Youth Volleyball Camp
July 18-21, 2011
Learn new skills or enhance existing skills. Participate in the skills contest, make new friends, and receive a free camp t-shirt. The cost is $25 per person. Register at the Washington Community Center front desk or on-line at Sign up now!

Library Programs 7/1

Young Adult Summer Reading Program
Friday, July 1, 2011
St. George Library: 12-1pm Craft Program
Washington Library: 2pm Showing the movie “The Mummy”

Youth Basketball Camp

“Summer Shootout” Youth Basketball Camp
Boys and girls, ages 8-14, are invited to attend the Community Center’s 4th annual “Summer Shootout” Youth Basketball Camp. Participate in the skills contest, learn basketball fundamentals, get a FREE camp t-shirt, and make new friends! The camp is Mon – Thur, July 11-14, 2011. The cost is $25 per person. Register at the Washington Community Center front desk or on-line at Registration deadline is July 5, 2011

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Young Adult Movie 6/29

Young Adult Summer Reading Program
Wednesday, June 29, 2011

St. George Library
 Showing the movie: "The Mummie"

Santa Clara Library 6/29

Summer Reading Program
Santa Clara Library
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
Come listen to Tom Webster from the Red Cliffs Desert Reserve. He may have animals!

Washington Library Activity

Summer at the Washington City Library
Thursday, June 30, 2011 at 4pm
Come enjoy the wonderful world of Samoa. There will be all kinds of fun.

Gunlock Rodeo

Gunlock Rodeo
Thursday, June 30 - Saturday, July 2, 2011
Starting at 8pm each night. Located at the Gunlock Rodeo Grounds in Gunlock. Look for signs or call for directions 435- 574-2415. Cost is $5/adults and $3/children 6 to 12. Dinner available at the concession stand.

Michaels Free Craft

Michael’s Make-It Take-It
FREE Kids Craft
Thursday, June 30, 2011
11am – 2pm
Passport to Fun Canada Moose & Maple Leaf. Ages 3 and up.

Patriotic Music Program

Patriotic Music Program
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
Zion Canyon Kids the will be presenting a patriotic music program at the Canyon Community Center in Springdale, UT. Everyone is welcome to attend. Please contact Becky Barker (772-3451) for more details. Canyon Community Center

Monday, June 27, 2011

Michael’s Make-It Take-It
FREE Kids Craft
Tuesday, June 28, 2011
11am – 2pm
Passport to Fun Bahamas Tropical Can Hug & Flower Lei  (with purchase of can hug). Ages 3 and up.

Hurricane Library 6/28/11

Summer at the Hurricane Library
Tuesday, June 28, 2011
10:30 & 11:30am
“Silly Songs and Sing-a-long with the Way Off Broads!”

Despicable Me $1 Movie

Coral Cliff Cinema 8’s Summer Kid Shows
Tuesday, June 28th & Wednesday, June 29th 
Shown at 10am both days
Tickets only $1!
This week showing: Despicable Me

Friday, June 24, 2011

Free Activities June 25

Southern Utah FREE Activities
Saturday, June 25, 2011

Outdoor Movie in Brian Head
Cedar City Arts Festival
Youth Olympic Day in St. George
Kid Fishing at Pine Valley Reservoir

Outdoor Movie Night in Brian Head
Saturday, June 25, 2011
@ Cedar Breaks Lodge at 9pm
 Bring your own blanket and chairs.
For information call 888-677-2810

Cedar Art Festival

10th Annual Cedar City Arts Festival
Saturday, June 25, 2011
Cedar City, UT Main Street Park (Corner of 200 N and Main St. in Cedar City)
Featuring all styles of visual art, food booths, and live entertainment provided by Groovefest.
For more information call Sandi 435-865-8420 or 435-531-3089.

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Youth Olympic Day

Youth Olympic Day
June 25, 2011
@ The Fields at Little Valley 2995 s. 2350 E. St. George
Try various Olympic events. Registration starts at 9am and events begin at 10am.
FREE! For kids ages 6-18.

Free Kids Fishing Day

Free Kids Fishing Day
June 25, 2011
The Dixie Arizona Strip Interpretive Association in conjunction with the Dixie National Forest Service will be having a "Free Kids Fishing Day" at the Pine Valley Reservoir this Saturday at 3:30 p.m. They will have some fishing poles to use or you can bring your own and they will provide bait. 
There will be a "Little Minnow Fishing Booth" for toddlers and face painting. There will also be a concession stand with soda, water, ice cream and popsicles.

Registration is required to insure they have enough bait and fishing pole.

You can register by calling 435-688-3200 or 435-688-3273

PJs at the Library

Summer at the Hurricane Library
Thursday, June 23, 2011
 10:30 & 11:30am
“Pajama Read” Kid’s wear PJ’s and bring a pillow or blanket and enjoy a professional story teller from Salt Lake City.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Groovefest Music Festival

June 22-26, 2011
Groovefest American Music Festival
in Cedar City, Utah
There is too much info for me to blog about, so here is a link to the web site:

Monday, June 20, 2011

Another Magician Show

Summer at the Washington City Library
Wednesday, June 22, 2011 at 4pm
If you didn't catch his show in Hurricane or want to see it again, then head over the the Washington City Library to see the many stories of magic with Al Lamkin from Salt Lake City . Be amazed with this wonderful magician.

Magician at Library

Summer at the Hurricane Library
Monday, June 21, 2011
10:30am (only time) Magician Extraordinaire Al Lampkin from Salt Lake City, UT will be performing.

$1 Kid Movies

Coral Cliff Cinema 8’s Summer Kid Shows
In Hurricane, UT
All movies start at 10am on Tuesdays & Wednesdays.
Only $1 a ticket!
June 21 & 22: Shrek: Forever After
June 28 & 29: Despicable Me
July 5 & 6: Nanny McPhee Returns
July 12 & 13: Chronicles of Narnia: Voyages of the Dawn Trader
July 19 & 20: Diary of a Wimpy Kid
July 26 & 27: Marmaduke
August 2 & 3: Ramona & Beezus

National Parks FREE

Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Free to all National Parks
Tuesday only!
You will see the kids and I hiking in Zion tomorrow.

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Father's Day Concert

The Master Singers Father’s Day Concert
Sunday, June 19, 2011 
Held at 7pm in the Heritage Center (105 N 100 East, Cedar City). Admission is FREE. For more information call 435-865-1072.

JoAnn Free Craft

Make It Take It for Dad!
Saturday, June 18, 2011
11am - 1pm
At all Jo-Ann stores.
It’s fun & FREE! Kids can color a bobblehead pet for Dad and craft a gift tag.

Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores:
                                  855 South Bluff Street                               622 South Main St.
                                  St. George, UT 84770                              Cedar City, UT 84720
                                  (435) 674-9473                                        (435) 586-5656

Art Hike in Cedar

SUMA Art Hike to Red Cliffs Desert Reserve
Saturday, June 18, 2011
Meet 9:00am at the Cedar City Main Street Park, east side (near main pavilion), Cedar City, UT. This is FREE event that is open to the general public, all children must be accompanied by a responsible adult. For information call 435-586-5462 or visiting

SUMA Art Hikes have been created to provide an opportunity for the southern Utah community to discover the special places that local artists gain inspiration for their art. Participants will get to hike to these inspiring locations with the artist as well as a representative from the Public Lands who will educate and enlighten the hikers to learn more about these unique locales.

Dog Walk & Breakfast

Summer Lovin’ Dog Walk & Breakfast
Saturday, June 18, 2011
At the Hurricane Community Center 63 S. 100 W. Hurricane, UT 
Because Animals Matter presents Summer Lovin' Dog Walk and Breakfast at 9 a.m. Registration is $20 early registration per human/dog team, $25 at the event. $10 each additional person includes breakfast. For more information, call 435-635-1147. Also, Sing for the Dogs karaoke will be at the Main St. Cafe to raise funds for the new Hurricane City Dog Park. Cost to sing is $2 per song.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Bike Ride & Family Festival

100K Bike Ride & Family Festival
Saturday, June 18, 2011

Metric Century
6:00 to 6:45 am: Metric Century Check-in and day of event registration
6:45am: Ribbon Cutting & Metric Mass Start with police escort

“Road Respect, Hurricane” is the final day of an epic statewide, week-long education campaign for car & bicycle safety. The Metric Century starts at 7am at the Hurricane Community Center with a ribbon cutting ceremony for Washington County's first officially designated bike route. The new route winds through Hurricane and around Sand Hollow Reservoir, returning back to Hurricane. The Metric Century riders will continue to Springdale for the ‘Road Respect, Springdale’ Festival where they will meet the original 25 Road Respect cyclists as they finish their statewide journey. All cyclists will continue back to Hurricane to celebrate the final leg of the Road Respect Campaign with the Family Festival.

Metric Century Registration includes:
  • Marked Course & map
  • Two fully stocked Rest Stops, one in Hurricane, one in Springdale
  • End of Ride Lunch from Durangos Mexican Grill
  • Event wristband & Road Respect vest
  • SAG support on course
Pre-register for only $15 or pay $35 late registration.
Red Rock Bicycle at 446 W. 100S. St. George 435-674-3185
Over the Edge Sports 76 East 100 South Hurricane 435-635-5455
For more info visit:  Red Rock Bicycle-Road Respect or

Family Festival
10am - Noon

FREE activities include:
  • Free kid’s helmet giveaway courtesy of Cactus Huggers Cycling Club (first 100 kids who complete bike rodeo. Must be accompanied by parent.)
  • Kid’s bike rodeo with the Hurricane Police Department
  • Demonstrations and bike checks from Bicycles Unlimited and Red Rock Bicycles
  • Family Fun Bike Ride with Over the Edge Sports at 11:30am
  • Plus food, music & fun
Directions: From I-15 take the Hurricane/Zion National Park Exit 16 to Highway 9. The Community Center is located in the middle of town on the south side of State Street (also Hwy 9). Access from 200 West or Main Street. Parking is available along neighborhood streets around the Community Center, please be considerate of homeowners and don’t block driveways.

Free Gardening Workshop

Tonaquint Nature Gardening Workshop
June 18, 2011 at 10-11am
“What’s Eating You?” A guide to pest & disease control in the landscape.
This gardening workshop will teach the how-to’s on identifying and treating pests and disease problems in the landscape. Workshop is FREE and held at the Tonaquint Nature Center 1851 Dixie Dr. Space is limited so please call 435-673-3617 to reserve your spot.

Free Michaels Crafts

Michael’s Make-It Take-It

Thursday, June 16, 2011 6-8pm "The Knack Father’s Day Duck Tape Wallet"
Friday, June 17, 2011 6-8pm "The Knack Father’s Day Card"
Saturday, June 18, 2011 10am-Noon "The Knack Father’s Day Key Chain"

While supplies last. For kids ages 3+.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Washington Library Summer

Summer at the Washington City Library
Thursday, June 16, 2011 at 4pm
“Konnichiwa!” Hello from Japan. Come and join a wonderful trip to Japan.

Hurricane Library Craft

Thursday, June 16, 2011
Summer at the Hurricane Library
10:30 & 11:30am
Come and make a craft with Lowe’s.

Free Preschool

Washington County School District
Title 1 Preschool

The preschool is free for families that meet financial qualifications. If you do not qualify, you can still participate for $30 a month. Call your child's future elementary school to learn more.

My children will be attending Coral Canyon Elementary in Washington, so I 435-652-4787 and learned that their preschool will be held twice a week in the afternoons.

Stop by your elementary school office and pick up forms to see if you qualify.

Running Workshops

Running Workshops This Week 
@The St. George Running Center
Wednesday 7:00pm "Increasing Recovery Time and Energy with Vitamins and Essential Oils" by April Larsen.  Raffle for all who attend: Two Free 1 Hour Massages, Free Vitamins, Free Essential Oils.
Thursday 7:15pm "Good Form Run Clinic" by New Balance. Learn how to make running a less-painful and more enjoyable part of your life by reducing the strain that leads to injury: posture, midfoot, cadence, and lean. Good Form Running Expert Greg Tyndal will show you how you can run longer, faster, and more comfortably than ever before. Everyone who attends with get a $15 Gift Card towards a pair of New Balance shoes. Raffle for all who attend: Free pair of New Balance Shoes, 2 x $25 Gift Cards to the St. George Running Center.
St. George Running Center
2736 E. Red Cliffs Dr. #2
St. George, UT 84790

Monday, June 13, 2011

FREE Coupon Class
By the Dixie Coupon Chick

June 23, 6:30-8:00pm, Albertson’s in Washington, 915 Red Cliffs Drive
July 7, 6:30-8:00pm, Rite Aid in St. George, 615 E. St. George Boulevard
Aug 18, 6:30-8:00pm, Rite Aid in St. George, 615 E. St. George Boulevard

Reserve your spot at: Dixie Coupon Chick Coupon Class

And check out the deals at:

Volunteer at Zion Natl Park

Volunteer At Zion
Zion National Park has started a weekly volunteer program for the public. Visitors and local residents have an opportunity to help improve the park's appearance, enhance visitor experiences, and contribute to resource management efforts.

You can drop-in and volunteer every Friday through November. Just meet at 9:00 a.m. at the Zion Canyon Visitor Center Shuttle Stop. Bring water, sunscreen, sturdy walking shoes, and a hat. Gloves and tools will be supplied. Projects will last two to three hours and require no prior knowledge or training. 

Participants under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Please contact the park's volunteer coordinator at 435-772-0184 to pre-register large groups. More info at: Zion National Park Volunteer Program

Friday, June 10, 2011

New Scenic Byway

Utah’s Patchwork Parkway Hwy 143 Celebration
Saturday, June 11, 2011
Come explore Utah’s Newest National Scenic Byway expanding from Parowan to Panguitch and everywhere in between. Begin your journey on the National Byway 143 in Parowan at the Old Rock Church or Panguitch with a pancake breakfast and activities.
Enjoy your drive to Brian Head and join us at Town Hall 10:00am to 3:00pm (56 n. hwy 143) for the history of Minnie's Mansion. For information call Brian Head Chamber 888-677-2810 or Nancy at 435-477-3734.


Saturday is an annual Open House race to kick off the summer racing schedule: 
       SUMMER NBL NIGHT RACES         
 Registration                    6-7:30pm 
Racing                                      8pm

1st Summer Night Race - June 11, 2011 at the Virgin BMX Track.
                            Call Over the Edge Sports for directions or more info: 435-635-5455.

An Open House means that you tell all your friends to come out for a free day of racing.  This is a no point race.  The only requirement is filling out and signing a registration form for insurance purposes (so come early). Of course helmets, long pants and long shirt sleeves required.

The racing divisions are as follows:

1.  The Big Wheel Derby - 5 yrs old and under
2.  Do-it-yourself Derby - any two-wheel, un-motorized, creation may race
3.  Mommy Moto - Get all your Moms out there for fun.
4.  Fast and the Furious - all those who want a real challenge (we'll have multiple motos here)
5.  Girls Rule - get those girls on the track
6.  Driving Miss Daisy Derby - for those more "mature" (old)

All of this is for fun. Bring all your friends, neighbors and family to experience what you love about BMX.

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Cedar Breaks Monument

Cedar Breaks National Monument
Summer Season Opens June 10, 2011
Join in ranger led hikes, geology programs, interactive exhibits and more. Kids: become a junior ranger. For information call 435-586-9451, 435-586-0787 or visit
Cedar Breaks Amphitheater

Rosenbruch Discovery Camp

Rosenbruch Wildlife Museum
Discovery Day Camp
What: Each week a new topic will be themed. Each cay children will participate in games, arts and crafts, nature walks and most of all learning! This is a hands-on experience for children to learn about our world and the people and animals in it. For children preschool - 5th grade. Children will need to bring a sack lunch daily.
When: Tuesday – Thursday 10am – 3pm. Sessions begin June 7th and continue throughout the summer.
Rosenbruch Wildlife Museum 1835 Convention Center Dr. 435-656-0033 1835 

Valor Hall Summer Camps

Valor Hall Summer Camps Ages 4-12
June 13 – August 4, 2011
Monday – Thursday
Half Day Camp 9am-Noon is $375
Full Day Camp 9am–4pm is $650
Valor Hall is a Christian Non-Denominational School

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Polynesian Cultural Festival

2011 Polynesian Cultural Festival
Thursday, June 9 - Saturday, June 11
8 a.m. to 11 p.m. 
PineView High School, 2850 E. 750 North. St. George, UT
Special guests, sports tournament, food booths, etc., call 435-313-2998.

Family Hike Series
Saturday, June 11, 2011

Family Hike along the Virgin Rim Trail near Navajo Lake (a 3 mile loop). Meet at the Cedar City Main Street Park pavilion at 9am. Bring rain gear, sturdy hiking footwear, hearty snack or lunch, water, a warm layer of clothing, first aid kit, sunscreen, sun hat, and backpack.

For information call 435-586-9451 or visit (Leisure Services Department).

Free Movie Tonight!

Free Movie Night
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
9pm at Gotham (1065 S Main St, Cedar City)
Featuring "The Goonies"
No outside food or drinks. FREE Popcorn & Otter Pops will be available.

Paiute Pow-wow

31st Annual Paiute Restoration
Gathering & Pow-wow


June 10th & 11th, 2011
FREE Public Event!

440 N. Paiute Dr.
Cedar City, UT
            • Food, Arts, and Crafts
            • PITU Queen & Princess Pageant
            • Parade on Main Street Saturday
            • Softball Tournament
            • Handgame Tournament
For more information link to :
or contact Lou Chales, Pow-wow Chair (435)590-8720

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Archaeological Excavation

Be part of an archaeological excavation!
Fort Harmony Days
June 13-17, 2011

June 13, Monday
  • Flag raising ceremony - Boy Scouts of America
  • Lecture by Kim Peterson, Ph.D. "Symbolic Nature of Forts"
  • Guest Artist Terri Metcalf-Peterson "A Medley of American Songs"
  • Introduction to the Fort by Lyman & Karen Platt
Archaeological dig begins with Richard Talbot, Office of Public Archaeology. KIDS are invited to participate. Bring sweepers (paint brushes) and sunscreen. You'll work along side BYU archaeologists.

June 14, 15, & 16
8am - 7pm Tours and archaeological dig continues
7pm Lecture by Edward Leo Lyman, Ph.D., Utah Historian: "Forts in Utah" @ New Harmony Library

June 17, Friday
8am-9pm Wrapping up & summarizing findings
5pm Chili Cook Off:
  • Chili, hot dogs, and snacks @ Kanarraville City Center.
  • Pioneer games for children & prizes.
Location: One mile west of I-15 between Cedar City & St. George, Utah. Take Exit 42 (New Harmony Exit) and head West for 1.2 miles on State Road 144. Look for paved road leading to library and turn left. Parking available on library road just 50 feet from the fort site.

For more info visit:

Thursday, June 2, 2011

4H Summer Camps

4-H Summer Camps
Dixie 4H Schedule & Registration Form

June 6-9 Babysitter Training Camp
June 20-23 Crazy Creative Contraptions
June 27-30 Sew Cool
June 27-30 Sewing Fun with Fleece
July 5-8 Kane County - Outdoor Cooking
July 6-8 Land of the Lost Robot Exploration (Beginner)
July 18-21 Kane County - Cook'n Up Science
July 18-21 Culinary Kids
July 18-21 How to Think Like a Pastry Chef
August 1-3 Sew Much More
August 1-3 Beachwear Sewing
August 4-5 Robo-SPY Camp (Advanced)

Summer at Hurricane Library

Hurricane Library
Summer Program
For children ages 0-11

Picure Book Readers - Read/listen to 10 books a week. Record them in the reading log provided by the library and get weekly prizes.

Junior Fiction Readers - Read 8 books of 50+ pages for a total of 400 pages or more through the 8 week program. 50 pages = weekly repuirement for prize.

If children complete all 8 weeks of the Summer Reading program, they will recieve a book and be entered into a grand prize drawing.

Schedule of Events
June 7 @ 10:30 & 11:30 - Sutton Family Science
June 9 @ 10:30 & 11:30 - Magic Carpet Ride
June 14 @ 10:30 & 11:30 - Take a Trip to Japan
June 16 @ 10:30 & 11:30 - Lowe's Craft Day
June 21 @ 10:30 only - Magician Al Lampkin
June 23 @ 10:30 & 11:30 - Pajama Read: Bring pjs and pillow
June 28 @ 10:30 & 11:30 - Silly Songs and Sing-a-long with the Way Off Broads
July 5 @ 10:30 & 11:30 - A Ride Around the World
July 12 @ 10:30 & 11:30 - Jolly Olde England
July 14 @ 10:30 & 11:30 - Home Depot Craft
July 19 @ 10:30 & 11:30 - Super Heroes Around the World
July 26 @ 10:30 only - McMazing Puppetry from Provo

Utah Summer Games

Utah Summer Games
June 1-26, 2011

The Utah Summer Games is an Olympic-style sports festival for athletes of all ages and abilities open to residents of the state of Utah. For the past 26 years, the Utah Summer Games has conducted this event in Cedar City, Utah with an average total of 9,600 participants, 50 thousand spectators, and 1,000 volunteers in attendance each year. Add all that together and you have one of the premier sporting events in Utah.

Official Website:
Schedule of Events: Utah Summer Games Schedule

To all those who participate:

Outdoor Adventure Fest

Outdoor Adventure Fest
Cedar City
Saturday, June 4, 2011
Outdoor Adventure Fest held on Cedar City Historic Downtown Main Street (University Blvd to 200 N) admission is FREE. Celebrate the great outdoors with the latest in outdoor power sports, equipment, and gear, plus a Kid's Adventure Zone, OHV Ride, equipment demos, vendors, food, live entertainment and so much more. For information call 435-531-6723.

Triathlon Worshop

Traithlon Workshop
Sponsored by The St. George Running Center, Pearl Izumi, and the SU Tri Club
Saturday, June 4, 2011
Meet at Gunlock Reservoir at 9:00 am.
  1. 20 min. Transition clinic, learn how to properly set-up your transition and what gear you need to remember.
  2. 10 min.  Tri clothing – Fabrics, and what’s important when choosing an outfit. By the Pearl Izumi Rep.
  3. Short swim in Gunlock Reservoir and Zoot Wetsuit demo.
  4. Bike ride out and back up through the town of Gunlock.
  5. Short run and Pearl Izumi Tri Shoe Demo – Rhielle with Pearl Izumi will be analyzing running form, helping with form and giving running tips.
There will be a raffle after for everyone that comes for Free Pearl Izumi Tri Gear, Pair of Pearl Izumi Shoes, and St George Running Center Gear and Gift Cards.
St. George Running Center

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Parenting Giveaways

Enter to win something each day of the summer!

Parenting - the home of parenting & babytalk is giving away games, toys, gift cards, furniture, and more for the 101 days of summer. Check it out each day to enter.