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The Little Mermaid

This stage adaptation of the beloved Academy Award-winning 1989 film will come to life at Tuacahn in a magnificient stage production everyone--regardless of age/gender--will enjoy! New and exciting special effects will take you "under the sea"!!! Little Mermaid will run May 30 thru Oct.13 on an alternating schedule. Ticket cost varies-please check online for cost or call box office.

Tuacahn Center for the Arts | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn Center for the Arts

7:30 pm

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day

Candidates Van Dam & Engelman Event 10/1

The Skin Institute Presents Paul Van Dam - Our former State Attorney General, now our candidate for Washington County Commissioner and Dorothy Engelman - Utah House of Representatives, District 74 For an evening of music and political discussion!

The Skin Institute | St. George, Ut

Presented by L. Rutherford

12:00 pm
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ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD DAY

Spend a day in the field with a Zion archaeologist and get a feel for the daily comings and goings of this fascinating profession. We'll start at 9 am and go until 3 or 4 pm. Bring lunch and lots of water and expect to hike, get dirty, and be tired by the end of the day. You might do site survey work, or cataloging, or any number of archaeological tasks. FEE: $60 INSTRUCTOR: Member of Zion Archaeological staff. MEETS: 9 AM Zion Human History Museum AGES: 16 Years and above LIMITED TO TWO PARTICIPANTS!*!*!*!*!*!*!

Zion National Park Human History Museum | Zion National Park, UT

Presented by Zion Canyon Field Institute

all day

JOSEPH and the Amazing Techicolor Dreamcoat

One of Tuacahn's most popular productions returns for an encore presentation. Boasting an electric score by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Britain's most successful musical theater composer. Joseph tells the classic Biblical tale of Jacob and his twelve sons. Joseph, one of the youngest and most loved of Jacob's children, falls out of favor with his jealous brothers as he interprets dreams and receives special gifts from his father. Hoping to rid themselves of Joseph forever, the brothers instead set in motion a powerful string of events which lead to Joseph's installation as the king of Egypt's right hand man. Joseph will run Aug.1-Oct.16 on varying evenings and at different hours, dependent on sunset times.

Tuacahn Outdoor Theatre | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn Outdoor Theatre

7:30 pm

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day

A Humanities Cycle

Presented by The Space Between Theatre Company, “A Humanities Cycle” is a collection of three short plays: “Vox Populi”, “Morning”, and “Seventy- Two”. All three discuss common aspects of the human experience, personal lines we draw for ourselves and how we relate to the society that we are a part of. “Vox Populi” introduces us to Ryan Powers and Samantha Chambers, moments before they appear on a cable news show to discuss various political views. From opposite ends of the aisle, Powers and Chambers engage the audience in a debate about whether or not “we the people” should be celebrating the death of Osama Bin Laden and what role they play in a media driven society. “Morning” is a short exploration of how people can remain true to themselves in the pursuit of seeking happiness with others. A young man and woman continue to navigate the question of which is more important: following their respective dreams of the lives they want to live, or sacrificing those dreams in order to be with each other? “Seventy-Two” bravely asks the question of who is allowed to “play God”. After a traumatic event, a young woman is questioned by a government agent. As the conversation between the two progresses, questions arise. How far should a government go to govern in the best interests of it’s people? What happens when morals collide with the ugly reality of a situation? What is the cost of a human life? *These shows are not suitable for patrons under the age of 12. Tickets: $10 (Adults & Non-Students)! $7 (Students w/ID)! Tickets can be purchased online at TSBTC.org or, in person the night of or prior to a performance at the DiFiore center for the Arts.

The DiFiore Center for the Arts | St. George, UT

Presented by The Space Between Theatre Company

7:30 pm

A Humanities Cycle: Three Short Plays

“A Humanities Cycle: Three Short Plays” by Jesse Nepivoda, The DiFiore Center October 2-5, 2014rnrn“A Humanities Cycle” is a collection of three short plays: “Vox Populi”, “Morning”, and “Seventy- Two”. All three discuss common aspects of the human experience, personal lines we draw for ourselves and how we relate to the society that we are a part of. rnrn“Vox Populi” introduces us to Ryan Powers and Samantha Chambers, moments before they appear on a cable news show to discuss various political views. From opposite ends of the aisle, Powers and Chambers engage the audience in a debate about whether or not “we the people” should be celebrating the death of Osama Bin Laden and what role they play in a media driven society.rnrn“Morning” is a short exploration of how people can remain true to themselves in the pursuit of seeking happiness with others. A young man and woman continue to navigate the question of which is more important: following their respective dreams of the lives they want to live, or sacrificing those dreams in order to be with each other?rnrn“Seventy-Two” bravely asks the question of who is allowed to “play God”. After a traumatic event, a young woman is questioned by a government agent. As the conversation between the two progresses, questions arise. How far should a government go to govern in the best interests of it’s people? What happens when morals collide with the ugly reality of a situation? What is the cost of a human life?rnrnrnTickets can be purchased online at TSBTC.org or, in person the night of or prior to a performance at the DiFiore center for the Arts.rnrn*These shows are not suitable for patrons under the age of 12.

The DiFiore Center for the Arts | St. George, UT

Presented by The Space Between Theatre Company

7:30 pm

Utah Symphony

2014/2015 Celebrity Concert Series kicks off the new season with a performance by perennial favorite the Utah Symphony Orchestra.

DSU Cox Performing Arts Center | St. George, UT

Presented by Celebrity Concert Series

7:30 pm
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St. George Marathon & Expo

EXPO-OPEN to the PUBLIC: FRIDAY-Oct.3 (one-day only) 9:00am-9:00pm Clinics: 11am,2pm,4pm PASTA DINNER: FRI-OCT.3: 4pm-8pm Sat.-Oct.4:RACE DAY EVENT BANQUET: 5pm-7pm JAPANESE DINNER: Sun. - Oct.5: 7pm-8pm

Dixie Center | St. George, UT

Presented by SG Leisure Services

9:00 am

The Little Mermaid

This stage adaptation of the beloved Academy Award-winning 1989 film will come to life at Tuacahn in a magnificient stage production everyone--regardless of age/gender--will enjoy! New and exciting special effects will take you "under the sea"!!! Little Mermaid will run May 30 thru Oct.13 on an alternating schedule. Ticket cost varies-please check online for cost or call box office.

Tuacahn Center for the Arts | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn Center for the Arts

7:30 pm

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day

A Humanities Cycle

Presented by The Space Between Theatre Company, “A Humanities Cycle” is a collection of three short plays: “Vox Populi”, “Morning”, and “Seventy- Two”. All three discuss common aspects of the human experience, personal lines we draw for ourselves and how we relate to the society that we are a part of. “Vox Populi” introduces us to Ryan Powers and Samantha Chambers, moments before they appear on a cable news show to discuss various political views. From opposite ends of the aisle, Powers and Chambers engage the audience in a debate about whether or not “we the people” should be celebrating the death of Osama Bin Laden and what role they play in a media driven society. “Morning” is a short exploration of how people can remain true to themselves in the pursuit of seeking happiness with others. A young man and woman continue to navigate the question of which is more important: following their respective dreams of the lives they want to live, or sacrificing those dreams in order to be with each other? “Seventy-Two” bravely asks the question of who is allowed to “play God”. After a traumatic event, a young woman is questioned by a government agent. As the conversation between the two progresses, questions arise. How far should a government go to govern in the best interests of it’s people? What happens when morals collide with the ugly reality of a situation? What is the cost of a human life? *These shows are not suitable for patrons under the age of 12. Tickets: $10 (Adults & Non-Students)! $7 (Students w/ID)! Tickets can be purchased online at TSBTC.org or, in person the night of or prior to a performance at the DiFiore center for the Arts.

The DiFiore Center for the Arts | St. George, UT

Presented by The Space Between Theatre Company

7:30 pm

A Humanities Cycle: Three Short Plays

“A Humanities Cycle: Three Short Plays” by Jesse Nepivoda, The DiFiore Center October 2-5, 2014rnrn“A Humanities Cycle” is a collection of three short plays: “Vox Populi”, “Morning”, and “Seventy- Two”. All three discuss common aspects of the human experience, personal lines we draw for ourselves and how we relate to the society that we are a part of. rnrn“Vox Populi” introduces us to Ryan Powers and Samantha Chambers, moments before they appear on a cable news show to discuss various political views. From opposite ends of the aisle, Powers and Chambers engage the audience in a debate about whether or not “we the people” should be celebrating the death of Osama Bin Laden and what role they play in a media driven society.rnrn“Morning” is a short exploration of how people can remain true to themselves in the pursuit of seeking happiness with others. A young man and woman continue to navigate the question of which is more important: following their respective dreams of the lives they want to live, or sacrificing those dreams in order to be with each other?rnrn“Seventy-Two” bravely asks the question of who is allowed to “play God”. After a traumatic event, a young woman is questioned by a government agent. As the conversation between the two progresses, questions arise. How far should a government go to govern in the best interests of it’s people? What happens when morals collide with the ugly reality of a situation? What is the cost of a human life?rnrnrnTickets can be purchased online at TSBTC.org or, in person the night of or prior to a performance at the DiFiore center for the Arts.rnrn*These shows are not suitable for patrons under the age of 12.

The DiFiore Center for the Arts | St. George, UT

Presented by The Space Between Theatre Company

7:30 pm

Tuacahn High School 7th Annual Renaissance Feaste

This annual celebration has become a favorite of the local community. The King and Queen of the Feaste host a lively evening, with singing, dancing and performances by students who will be competing in the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s Shakespeare competition held in Cedar City.

Tuacahn High School for the Performing Arts | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn HS for the Performing Arts

5:00 pm
4

Zion Canyon Farmers Market

Listen to the live music while you shop for in season local produce, delicious baked goods, pastries and breads, artisan cheeses, meats, honey, jams and jellies, locally roasted coffee, handcrafted bath products, agriculturally based crafts and joining in Second Saturday Art Stroll arts and crafts will be on offer at the market. See you at the market!

Bit and Spur Restaurant | Springdale, UT

Presented by lisa zumpft market manager

9:00 am

St. George Marathon & Expo

EXPO-OPEN to the PUBLIC: FRIDAY-Oct.3 (one-day only) 9:00am-9:00pm Clinics: 11am,2pm,4pm PASTA DINNER: FRI-OCT.3: 4pm-8pm Sat.-Oct.4:RACE DAY EVENT BANQUET: 5pm-7pm JAPANESE DINNER: Sun. - Oct.5: 7pm-8pm

Dixie Center | St. George, UT

Presented by SG Leisure Services

9:00 am

Cars and Coffee

A gathering for all automobile enthusiasts to display their vehicles, while checking out other vehicles! Get to know other car enthusiast from Utah, Nevada, Arizona, Idaho, and those visiting our area and wish to stop by. This is a regularly recurring car event, held on the 1st Saturday of each month.

Perks on Sunset | St. George, UT

Presented by Car Guys

10:00 am

'The Wizard of Oz'

An old time favorite the Wizard of Oz is designed to please audiences of all ages. Showings will run June 5 through Oct. 17 on varying days of the week and at different hours, dependent on sunset times.

Tuacahn Amphitheatre | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn Center for the Arts

7:30 pm

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day

Downtown Farmers Market at Ancestor Square

Weekly Farmers Market featuring local produce, food products and artisans.

Ancestor Square, St. George Utah | St. George, UT

Presented by Downtown Farmers Market

8:00 am

Cars and Coffee

A gathering for all automobile enthusiasts to display their vehicles, while checking out other vehicles! Get to know other car enthusiast from Utah, Nevada, Arizona, Idaho, and those visiting our area and wish to stop by. This is a regularly recurring car event, held on the 1st Saturday of each month.

Perks on Sunset | St. George, UT

Presented by Car Guys

9:00 am

A Humanities Cycle

Presented by The Space Between Theatre Company, “A Humanities Cycle” is a collection of three short plays: “Vox Populi”, “Morning”, and “Seventy- Two”. All three discuss common aspects of the human experience, personal lines we draw for ourselves and how we relate to the society that we are a part of. “Vox Populi” introduces us to Ryan Powers and Samantha Chambers, moments before they appear on a cable news show to discuss various political views. From opposite ends of the aisle, Powers and Chambers engage the audience in a debate about whether or not “we the people” should be celebrating the death of Osama Bin Laden and what role they play in a media driven society. “Morning” is a short exploration of how people can remain true to themselves in the pursuit of seeking happiness with others. A young man and woman continue to navigate the question of which is more important: following their respective dreams of the lives they want to live, or sacrificing those dreams in order to be with each other? “Seventy-Two” bravely asks the question of who is allowed to “play God”. After a traumatic event, a young woman is questioned by a government agent. As the conversation between the two progresses, questions arise. How far should a government go to govern in the best interests of it’s people? What happens when morals collide with the ugly reality of a situation? What is the cost of a human life? *These shows are not suitable for patrons under the age of 12. Tickets: $10 (Adults & Non-Students)! $7 (Students w/ID)! Tickets can be purchased online at TSBTC.org or, in person the night of or prior to a performance at the DiFiore center for the Arts.

The DiFiore Center for the Arts | St. George, UT

Presented by The Space Between Theatre Company

7:30 pm

A Humanities Cycle: Three Short Plays

“A Humanities Cycle: Three Short Plays” by Jesse Nepivoda, The DiFiore Center October 2-5, 2014rnrn“A Humanities Cycle” is a collection of three short plays: “Vox Populi”, “Morning”, and “Seventy- Two”. All three discuss common aspects of the human experience, personal lines we draw for ourselves and how we relate to the society that we are a part of. rnrn“Vox Populi” introduces us to Ryan Powers and Samantha Chambers, moments before they appear on a cable news show to discuss various political views. From opposite ends of the aisle, Powers and Chambers engage the audience in a debate about whether or not “we the people” should be celebrating the death of Osama Bin Laden and what role they play in a media driven society.rnrn“Morning” is a short exploration of how people can remain true to themselves in the pursuit of seeking happiness with others. A young man and woman continue to navigate the question of which is more important: following their respective dreams of the lives they want to live, or sacrificing those dreams in order to be with each other?rnrn“Seventy-Two” bravely asks the question of who is allowed to “play God”. After a traumatic event, a young woman is questioned by a government agent. As the conversation between the two progresses, questions arise. How far should a government go to govern in the best interests of it’s people? What happens when morals collide with the ugly reality of a situation? What is the cost of a human life?rnrnrnTickets can be purchased online at TSBTC.org or, in person the night of or prior to a performance at the DiFiore center for the Arts.rnrn*These shows are not suitable for patrons under the age of 12.

The DiFiore Center for the Arts | St. George, UT

Presented by The Space Between Theatre Company

7:30 pm

Tuacahn High School 7th Annual Renaissance Feaste

This annual celebration has become a favorite of the local community. The King and Queen of the Feaste host a lively evening, with singing, dancing and performances by students who will be competing in the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s Shakespeare competition held in Cedar City.

Tuacahn High School for the Performing Arts | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn HS for the Performing Arts

5:00 pm
5

St. George Marathon & Expo

EXPO-OPEN to the PUBLIC: FRIDAY-Oct.3 (one-day only) 9:00am-9:00pm Clinics: 11am,2pm,4pm PASTA DINNER: FRI-OCT.3: 4pm-8pm Sat.-Oct.4:RACE DAY EVENT BANQUET: 5pm-7pm JAPANESE DINNER: Sun. - Oct.5: 7pm-8pm

Dixie Center | St. George, UT

Presented by SG Leisure Services

9:00 am

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day

A Humanities Cycle

Presented by The Space Between Theatre Company, “A Humanities Cycle” is a collection of three short plays: “Vox Populi”, “Morning”, and “Seventy- Two”. All three discuss common aspects of the human experience, personal lines we draw for ourselves and how we relate to the society that we are a part of. “Vox Populi” introduces us to Ryan Powers and Samantha Chambers, moments before they appear on a cable news show to discuss various political views. From opposite ends of the aisle, Powers and Chambers engage the audience in a debate about whether or not “we the people” should be celebrating the death of Osama Bin Laden and what role they play in a media driven society. “Morning” is a short exploration of how people can remain true to themselves in the pursuit of seeking happiness with others. A young man and woman continue to navigate the question of which is more important: following their respective dreams of the lives they want to live, or sacrificing those dreams in order to be with each other? “Seventy-Two” bravely asks the question of who is allowed to “play God”. After a traumatic event, a young woman is questioned by a government agent. As the conversation between the two progresses, questions arise. How far should a government go to govern in the best interests of it’s people? What happens when morals collide with the ugly reality of a situation? What is the cost of a human life? *These shows are not suitable for patrons under the age of 12. Tickets: $10 (Adults & Non-Students)! $7 (Students w/ID)! Tickets can be purchased online at TSBTC.org or, in person the night of or prior to a performance at the DiFiore center for the Arts.

The DiFiore Center for the Arts | St. George, UT

Presented by The Space Between Theatre Company

7:30 pm

A Humanities Cycle: Three Short Plays

“A Humanities Cycle: Three Short Plays” by Jesse Nepivoda, The DiFiore Center October 2-5, 2014rnrn“A Humanities Cycle” is a collection of three short plays: “Vox Populi”, “Morning”, and “Seventy- Two”. All three discuss common aspects of the human experience, personal lines we draw for ourselves and how we relate to the society that we are a part of. rnrn“Vox Populi” introduces us to Ryan Powers and Samantha Chambers, moments before they appear on a cable news show to discuss various political views. From opposite ends of the aisle, Powers and Chambers engage the audience in a debate about whether or not “we the people” should be celebrating the death of Osama Bin Laden and what role they play in a media driven society.rnrn“Morning” is a short exploration of how people can remain true to themselves in the pursuit of seeking happiness with others. A young man and woman continue to navigate the question of which is more important: following their respective dreams of the lives they want to live, or sacrificing those dreams in order to be with each other?rnrn“Seventy-Two” bravely asks the question of who is allowed to “play God”. After a traumatic event, a young woman is questioned by a government agent. As the conversation between the two progresses, questions arise. How far should a government go to govern in the best interests of it’s people? What happens when morals collide with the ugly reality of a situation? What is the cost of a human life?rnrnrnTickets can be purchased online at TSBTC.org or, in person the night of or prior to a performance at the DiFiore center for the Arts.rnrn*These shows are not suitable for patrons under the age of 12.

The DiFiore Center for the Arts | St. George, UT

Presented by The Space Between Theatre Company

7:30 pm

Tuacahn High School 7th Annual Renaissance Feaste

This annual celebration has become a favorite of the local community. The King and Queen of the Feaste host a lively evening, with singing, dancing and performances by students who will be competing in the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s Shakespeare competition held in Cedar City.

Tuacahn High School for the Performing Arts | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn HS for the Performing Arts

5:00 pm
6

Huntsman World Senior Games

Annual multi-sport event for seniors 50+ involving:basketball, bowling, tennis, cycling and mountain biking, racquetball, road racing, softball, swimming, triathlon, volleyball, lawn bowls, square dance, table tennis and track and field. Athletes also compete in games of horseshoes, bridge tournaments and golf matches.. On Saturday, Oct. 12 from 10am-2pm free health screenings will be offered to the public at the Dixie Center---this will be a ONE day event only!

Various-As Scheduled | St. George, UT

Presented by Huntsman World Senior Games

all day

JOSEPH and the Amazing Techicolor Dreamcoat

One of Tuacahn's most popular productions returns for an encore presentation. Boasting an electric score by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Britain's most successful musical theater composer. Joseph tells the classic Biblical tale of Jacob and his twelve sons. Joseph, one of the youngest and most loved of Jacob's children, falls out of favor with his jealous brothers as he interprets dreams and receives special gifts from his father. Hoping to rid themselves of Joseph forever, the brothers instead set in motion a powerful string of events which lead to Joseph's installation as the king of Egypt's right hand man. Joseph will run Aug.1-Oct.16 on varying evenings and at different hours, dependent on sunset times.

Tuacahn Outdoor Theatre | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn Outdoor Theatre

7:30 pm

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day

AAUW St. George Branch

Monthly member meeting that is open to the public. The St. George Branch Program and Membership Meeting Luncheons are held on the first or second Monday of each month at 11:30 a.m. at the Courtyard by Marriott, located at 185 S 1470 E, St. George, UT 84790.

Courtyard by Marriott | St. George, Ut

Presented by AAUW St. George Branch

11:30 am

Tuacahn High School 7th Annual Renaissance Feaste

This annual celebration has become a favorite of the local community. The King and Queen of the Feaste host a lively evening, with singing, dancing and performances by students who will be competing in the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s Shakespeare competition held in Cedar City.

Tuacahn High School for the Performing Arts | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn HS for the Performing Arts

5:00 pm
7

Huntsman World Senior Games

Annual multi-sport event for seniors 50+ involving:basketball, bowling, tennis, cycling and mountain biking, racquetball, road racing, softball, swimming, triathlon, volleyball, lawn bowls, square dance, table tennis and track and field. Athletes also compete in games of horseshoes, bridge tournaments and golf matches.. On Saturday, Oct. 12 from 10am-2pm free health screenings will be offered to the public at the Dixie Center---this will be a ONE day event only!

Various-As Scheduled | St. George, UT

Presented by Huntsman World Senior Games

all day

The Little Mermaid

This stage adaptation of the beloved Academy Award-winning 1989 film will come to life at Tuacahn in a magnificient stage production everyone--regardless of age/gender--will enjoy! New and exciting special effects will take you "under the sea"!!! Little Mermaid will run May 30 thru Oct.13 on an alternating schedule. Ticket cost varies-please check online for cost or call box office.

Tuacahn Center for the Arts | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn Center for the Arts

7:30 pm

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day
8

Huntsman World Senior Games

Annual multi-sport event for seniors 50+ involving:basketball, bowling, tennis, cycling and mountain biking, racquetball, road racing, softball, swimming, triathlon, volleyball, lawn bowls, square dance, table tennis and track and field. Athletes also compete in games of horseshoes, bridge tournaments and golf matches.. On Saturday, Oct. 12 from 10am-2pm free health screenings will be offered to the public at the Dixie Center---this will be a ONE day event only!

Various-As Scheduled | St. George, UT

Presented by Huntsman World Senior Games

all day

JOSEPH and the Amazing Techicolor Dreamcoat

One of Tuacahn's most popular productions returns for an encore presentation. Boasting an electric score by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Britain's most successful musical theater composer. Joseph tells the classic Biblical tale of Jacob and his twelve sons. Joseph, one of the youngest and most loved of Jacob's children, falls out of favor with his jealous brothers as he interprets dreams and receives special gifts from his father. Hoping to rid themselves of Joseph forever, the brothers instead set in motion a powerful string of events which lead to Joseph's installation as the king of Egypt's right hand man. Joseph will run Aug.1-Oct.16 on varying evenings and at different hours, dependent on sunset times.

Tuacahn Outdoor Theatre | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn Outdoor Theatre

7:30 pm

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day
9

Huntsman World Senior Games

Annual multi-sport event for seniors 50+ involving:basketball, bowling, tennis, cycling and mountain biking, racquetball, road racing, softball, swimming, triathlon, volleyball, lawn bowls, square dance, table tennis and track and field. Athletes also compete in games of horseshoes, bridge tournaments and golf matches.. On Saturday, Oct. 12 from 10am-2pm free health screenings will be offered to the public at the Dixie Center---this will be a ONE day event only!

Various-As Scheduled | St. George, UT

Presented by Huntsman World Senior Games

all day

'The Wizard of Oz'

An old time favorite the Wizard of Oz is designed to please audiences of all ages. Showings will run June 5 through Oct. 17 on varying days of the week and at different hours, dependent on sunset times.

Tuacahn Amphitheatre | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn Center for the Arts

7:30 pm

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day

Intro. to Therapy Dogs

Presented by: THERAPY DOGS IN SOUTHERN UTAH MEETUP GROUP Meet members who are currently serving in hospitals, schools, retirement homes, hospices, and detention facilities in our area. Find out what resources are available to help you and your dog become certified therapy dog teams. Anyone with an interest in serving the community and a love of animals is encouraged to attend this event. This event is hosted by our sponsor the WOOF! Center for Active Pets. To reserve your seat please click on the event website link to register or call Steven Turk 435-216-5462

WOOF! Center for Active Pets | Saint George, UT

Presented by Steven Turk

6:00 pm

Steps for Hope Fundraising Walk

Come out for a night of family fun in support of Hope Pregnancy Care Center. Bring a baby bottle full of change, bills, or a check and receive a gift (one gift per bottle).

St. George Town Square | St. George, Ut

Presented by Hope Pregnancy Care Center

5:30 pm

Introduction to Therapy Dogs

Presented by: THERAPY DOGS IN SOUTHERN UTAH MEETUP GROUP Meet members who are currently serving in hospitals, schools, retirement homes, hospices, and detention facilities in our area. Find out what resources are available to help you and your dog become certified therapy dog teams. Anyone with an interest in serving the community and a love of animals is encouraged to attend this event. This event is hosted by our sponsor the WOOF! Center for Active Pets. To reserve your seat please click on the event website link to register or call Steven Turk 435-216-5462.

WOOF! Center for Active Pets | Saint George, UT

Presented by THERAPY DOGS IN SOUTHERN UTAH MEETUP GROUP

6:00 pm
10

Huntsman World Senior Games

Annual multi-sport event for seniors 50+ involving:basketball, bowling, tennis, cycling and mountain biking, racquetball, road racing, softball, swimming, triathlon, volleyball, lawn bowls, square dance, table tennis and track and field. Athletes also compete in games of horseshoes, bridge tournaments and golf matches.. On Saturday, Oct. 12 from 10am-2pm free health screenings will be offered to the public at the Dixie Center---this will be a ONE day event only!

Various-As Scheduled | St. George, UT

Presented by Huntsman World Senior Games

all day

Cruise-In at Sunset Corners

All automobiles and spectators are welcomed for this Twilight Cruise-In. This is a recurring monthly Cruise-In, located at the Corner of Sunset Blvd and Bluff St. in St. George. Very large gathering for just perusing Classic Cars or Hot Rods. The complex provides many meal choices for those wishing to eat while there:Wing Nutz, Bajio, Pirate Cove Pizza, Marvs 50's Diner, Starbucks, Grandma Tobler's Bakery, Panda Express, and more. A great event for some good comradeship!

Sunset Corners | St. George, UT

Presented by Tim LeBaron/Ken Kay

4:00 pm

RIM TO FLOOR OR RIM AND BACK

Need to stretch your legs a bit? Join a ZCFI naturalist as we hike either the East Mesa Trail to Observation Point down to the canyon floor at Weeping Rock or the East Rim Trail to Deertrap Mountain and back. Our actual destination will be determined the morning of the hike depending on the vehicles that our at our disposal. Either hike affords fantastic views in all directions.Along the way we’ll talk geology, botany, some biology, and desert ecosystems. We’ll pass through several of Zion’s geologic layers, and enjoy incredible rim vistas. We’ll stop at a nice spot somewhere on the rim for our picnic lunch. Enjoy one of Zion’s premier hikes and learn a lot about the desert you love along the way! Limited to 8 participants. YOU MUST BE IN FIT HIKING SHAPE TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS STRENUOUS, ALL-DAY, 7-8 MILE HIKE!!!!!!!!!!!! FEE: $65 AGES: 16 years and up INSTRUCTOR: Various MEETS: 8 am at Zion Human History Museum

Zion National Park Human History Museum | Zion National Park, UT

Presented by Zion Canyon Field Institute

all day

The Little Mermaid

This stage adaptation of the beloved Academy Award-winning 1989 film will come to life at Tuacahn in a magnificient stage production everyone--regardless of age/gender--will enjoy! New and exciting special effects will take you "under the sea"!!! Little Mermaid will run May 30 thru Oct.13 on an alternating schedule. Ticket cost varies-please check online for cost or call box office.

Tuacahn Center for the Arts | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn Center for the Arts

7:30 pm

Art in Kayenta Festival

Same great event. Same wonderful location. Same free admission. Now in October!! (rather than February) Come and enjoy wonderful art, silent & live auctions, food & refreshments, entertainment, and towering red rock vistas. Over 50 artists representing jewelry, photography, ceramics, paintings, wood, and textiles will be showcasing their talents. Take a stroll through the beautiful Coyote Gulch Art Village and enjoy art, food & refreshments and fabulous fall weather throughout the festival's three days. In addition, the 3rd Annual QUICK DRAW event will take place Saturday from 2-5pm. Watch professional artists begin, and complete, a work of art in a fast-paced 90 minutes - all under the watch of mingling spectators, fans and potential buyers. A Live Auction immediately follows. Be a Part of The Art!

Kayenta Utah | Ivins, UT

Presented by Kayenta Arts Foundation

10:00 am

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day

WOOF! 102 Advanced Training - CGC

This class is a one-hour class is offered 2 times per week for 3 weeks. Using positive reinforcement training, this course is a follow-up to our Basics class and includes the CGC testing.

WOOF! Center for Active Pets | Saint George, UT

Presented by Anita DeLelles

5:00 pm

Mad Hatter's Party

What would Halloween be without a little madness?rnJoin the DiFiore Center, 307 N. Main St. in St. George, for their second annual Mad Hatter’s Party, Oct. 10 at the DiFiore Center. All are invited to attend this maddest of October celebrations and wear their craziest and most creative hat. A hat clinic will take place one hour before the event for anyone needing help assembling the perfect mad hat.rnEnjoy monster bingo, hat creations, palm reading, tarot card reading, live music and dancing, photo opportunities and a hat contest with prizes to be awarded. There will also be food and treats. The event will take place from 6-9;00 p.m.rnAdmission to the Mad Hatter’s Party is free, but donations are accepted.rnThe DiFiore Center is located at 307 N. Main St. in St. George. For more details about the Mad Hatter’s Ball and for info about the DiFiore Center, which is a nonprofit artistic resource promoting students of all ages ,visit www.difiorecenter.org, e-mail difiorecenter@gmail.com or call (435) 673-4206.

The DiFiore Center | St. George, UT

Presented by The DiFiore Center

6:00 pm
11

Zion Canyon Farmers Market

Listen to the live music while you shop for in season local produce, delicious baked goods, pastries and breads, artisan cheeses, meats, honey, jams and jellies, locally roasted coffee, handcrafted bath products, agriculturally based crafts and joining in Second Saturday Art Stroll arts and crafts will be on offer at the market. See you at the market!

Bit and Spur Restaurant | Springdale, UT

Presented by lisa zumpft market manager

9:00 am

Huntsman World Senior Games

Annual multi-sport event for seniors 50+ involving:basketball, bowling, tennis, cycling and mountain biking, racquetball, road racing, softball, swimming, triathlon, volleyball, lawn bowls, square dance, table tennis and track and field. Athletes also compete in games of horseshoes, bridge tournaments and golf matches.. On Saturday, Oct. 12 from 10am-2pm free health screenings will be offered to the public at the Dixie Center---this will be a ONE day event only!

Various-As Scheduled | St. George, UT

Presented by Huntsman World Senior Games

all day

Art in Kayenta Festival

Same great event. Same wonderful location. Same free admission. Now in October!! (rather than February) Come and enjoy wonderful art, silent & live auctions, food & refreshments, entertainment, and towering red rock vistas. Over 50 artists representing jewelry, photography, ceramics, paintings, wood, and textiles will be showcasing their talents. Take a stroll through the beautiful Coyote Gulch Art Village and enjoy art, food & refreshments and fabulous fall weather throughout the festival's three days. In addition, the 3rd Annual QUICK DRAW event will take place Saturday from 2-5pm. Watch professional artists begin, and complete, a work of art in a fast-paced 90 minutes - all under the watch of mingling spectators, fans and potential buyers. A Live Auction immediately follows. Be a Part of The Art!

Kayenta Utah | Ivins, UT

Presented by Kayenta Arts Foundation

10:00 am

THE FERNS OF ZION

Ferns are a beautiful, diverse, and ecologically fascinating part of the Zion flora. You have seen the Southern Maidenhair Fern in Zion's hanging gardens, but many others are tucked away in cool, moist spots where the casual tourist seldom thinks to look. Join botanist Steve McKee, as we explore the "east side" for many of Zion's 25 species of ferns and fern allies. Limited to 10 participants. FEE: $60 AGES: 15 years and up INSTRUCTOR Steve McKee MEETS: 9 am in at the Zion National Park Human History Museum

Zion National Park Human History Museum | Zion National Park, UT

Presented by Zion Canyon Field Institute

all day

JOSEPH and the Amazing Techicolor Dreamcoat

One of Tuacahn's most popular productions returns for an encore presentation. Boasting an electric score by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Britain's most successful musical theater composer. Joseph tells the classic Biblical tale of Jacob and his twelve sons. Joseph, one of the youngest and most loved of Jacob's children, falls out of favor with his jealous brothers as he interprets dreams and receives special gifts from his father. Hoping to rid themselves of Joseph forever, the brothers instead set in motion a powerful string of events which lead to Joseph's installation as the king of Egypt's right hand man. Joseph will run Aug.1-Oct.16 on varying evenings and at different hours, dependent on sunset times.

Tuacahn Outdoor Theatre | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn Outdoor Theatre

7:30 pm

New Harmony Applefest

Local vendors bring their apples, as well as crafts and other food items. All proceeds benefit the New Harmony Fire Assoc.

New Harmony Fire Station & Park | Washington, UT

Presented by New Harmony Volunteer Fire Assoc.

10:00 am

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day

Downtown Farmers Market at Ancestor Square

Weekly Farmers Market featuring local produce, food products and artisans.

Ancestor Square, St. George Utah | St. George, UT

Presented by Downtown Farmers Market

8:00 am

Dead or Alive 5K/10K

Dead or Alive 5K/10K rnrnRace Date: October 11th, 2014 at 8:30am rnTo Register: Washington City Community Center, 350 N Community Center Dr, Washington, UT 84780. (435) 656-6360. rnRace Location: 5K & 10K will race along beautiful Virgin River and Cottonwood Canyon located in Washington, UT 84780. rnWant to come dressed up? Come dressed up in family friendly costumes for a change to win rnprizes in each of these categories: Best Female Costume, Best Male Costume, Best Group Costume. rnFor more details please call Dustin Halterman, Events Manager at (435) 656-6322.

Washington City Community Center | Washington, UT

Presented by Washington City Community Center

4:00 am

GWA Fall Carnval

George Washington Academy | St. George, UT

Presented by GWA PTO

10:00 am
12

Huntsman World Senior Games

Annual multi-sport event for seniors 50+ involving:basketball, bowling, tennis, cycling and mountain biking, racquetball, road racing, softball, swimming, triathlon, volleyball, lawn bowls, square dance, table tennis and track and field. Athletes also compete in games of horseshoes, bridge tournaments and golf matches.. On Saturday, Oct. 12 from 10am-2pm free health screenings will be offered to the public at the Dixie Center---this will be a ONE day event only!

Various-As Scheduled | St. George, UT

Presented by Huntsman World Senior Games

all day

Art in Kayenta Festival

Same great event. Same wonderful location. Same free admission. Now in October!! (rather than February) Come and enjoy wonderful art, silent & live auctions, food & refreshments, entertainment, and towering red rock vistas. Over 50 artists representing jewelry, photography, ceramics, paintings, wood, and textiles will be showcasing their talents. Take a stroll through the beautiful Coyote Gulch Art Village and enjoy art, food & refreshments and fabulous fall weather throughout the festival's three days. In addition, the 3rd Annual QUICK DRAW event will take place Saturday from 2-5pm. Watch professional artists begin, and complete, a work of art in a fast-paced 90 minutes - all under the watch of mingling spectators, fans and potential buyers. A Live Auction immediately follows. Be a Part of The Art!

Kayenta Utah | Ivins, UT

Presented by Kayenta Arts Foundation

10:00 am

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day
13

Huntsman World Senior Games

Annual multi-sport event for seniors 50+ involving:basketball, bowling, tennis, cycling and mountain biking, racquetball, road racing, softball, swimming, triathlon, volleyball, lawn bowls, square dance, table tennis and track and field. Athletes also compete in games of horseshoes, bridge tournaments and golf matches.. On Saturday, Oct. 12 from 10am-2pm free health screenings will be offered to the public at the Dixie Center---this will be a ONE day event only!

Various-As Scheduled | St. George, UT

Presented by Huntsman World Senior Games

all day

The Little Mermaid

This stage adaptation of the beloved Academy Award-winning 1989 film will come to life at Tuacahn in a magnificient stage production everyone--regardless of age/gender--will enjoy! New and exciting special effects will take you "under the sea"!!! Little Mermaid will run May 30 thru Oct.13 on an alternating schedule. Ticket cost varies-please check online for cost or call box office.

Tuacahn Center for the Arts | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn Center for the Arts

7:30 pm

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day
14

Huntsman World Senior Games

Annual multi-sport event for seniors 50+ involving:basketball, bowling, tennis, cycling and mountain biking, racquetball, road racing, softball, swimming, triathlon, volleyball, lawn bowls, square dance, table tennis and track and field. Athletes also compete in games of horseshoes, bridge tournaments and golf matches.. On Saturday, Oct. 12 from 10am-2pm free health screenings will be offered to the public at the Dixie Center---this will be a ONE day event only!

Various-As Scheduled | St. George, UT

Presented by Huntsman World Senior Games

all day

JOSEPH and the Amazing Techicolor Dreamcoat

One of Tuacahn's most popular productions returns for an encore presentation. Boasting an electric score by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Britain's most successful musical theater composer. Joseph tells the classic Biblical tale of Jacob and his twelve sons. Joseph, one of the youngest and most loved of Jacob's children, falls out of favor with his jealous brothers as he interprets dreams and receives special gifts from his father. Hoping to rid themselves of Joseph forever, the brothers instead set in motion a powerful string of events which lead to Joseph's installation as the king of Egypt's right hand man. Joseph will run Aug.1-Oct.16 on varying evenings and at different hours, dependent on sunset times.

Tuacahn Outdoor Theatre | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn Outdoor Theatre

7:30 pm

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day
15

Huntsman World Senior Games

Annual multi-sport event for seniors 50+ involving:basketball, bowling, tennis, cycling and mountain biking, racquetball, road racing, softball, swimming, triathlon, volleyball, lawn bowls, square dance, table tennis and track and field. Athletes also compete in games of horseshoes, bridge tournaments and golf matches.. On Saturday, Oct. 12 from 10am-2pm free health screenings will be offered to the public at the Dixie Center---this will be a ONE day event only!

Various-As Scheduled | St. George, UT

Presented by Huntsman World Senior Games

all day

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day

Paleontologists at Work: Fossils in the Field and Lab - Grand Opening

An Open House on National Fossil Day will be held for a new Special Display as well as a new life restoration of Scutellosaurus and an entrance mural. Refreshments will be provided and the public is invited. The display, “Paleontologists at Work: Fossils in the Field and Lab” will answer many of the questions visitors ask the paleontologist and guides and will be accompanied by pictures, facts, and examples of this exciting part of paleontology. The new replica, Scutellosaurus, represents a small armored dinosaur whose tracks are found at the site. It has been made specifically for the museum and there will also be a mural completed that will show what the area may have looked like during the Early Jurassic when Lake Dixie extended out from the site and the horizon wasn’t filled with red rock mesas and the Pine Valley Mountains. The mural project is supported in part by the St. George Arts Commission, with funding from the City of St. George.

St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farm | St. George, UT

Presented by Dinosaur Ah!Torium Foundation

12:00 pm

Paleontologists at Work: Fossils in the Field and Lab - Grand Opening

An Open House on National Fossil Day will be held for a new Special Display as well as a new life restoration of Scutellosaurus and an entrance mural. Refreshments will be provided and the public is invited. The display, “Paleontologists at Work: Fossils in the Field and Lab” will answer many of the questions visitors ask the paleontologist and guides and will be accompanied by pictures, facts, and examples of this exciting part of paleontology. The new replica, Scutellosaurus, represents a small armored dinosaur whose tracks are found at the site. It has been made specifically for the museum and there will also be a mural completed that will show what the area may have looked like during the Early Jurassic when Lake Dixie extended out from the site and the horizon wasn’t filled with red rock mesas and the Pine Valley Mountains. The mural project is supported in part by the St. George Arts Commission, with funding from the City of St. George.

St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farm | St. George, UT

Presented by Dinosaur Ah! Torium Foundation

5:00 pm
16

Huntsman World Senior Games

Annual multi-sport event for seniors 50+ involving:basketball, bowling, tennis, cycling and mountain biking, racquetball, road racing, softball, swimming, triathlon, volleyball, lawn bowls, square dance, table tennis and track and field. Athletes also compete in games of horseshoes, bridge tournaments and golf matches.. On Saturday, Oct. 12 from 10am-2pm free health screenings will be offered to the public at the Dixie Center---this will be a ONE day event only!

Various-As Scheduled | St. George, UT

Presented by Huntsman World Senior Games

all day

ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD DAY

Spend a day in the field with a Zion archaeologist and get a feel for the daily comings and goings of this fascinating profession. We'll start at 9 am and go until 3 or 4 pm. Bring lunch and lots of water and expect to hike, get dirty, and be tired by the end of the day. You might do site survey work, or cataloging, or any number of archaeological tasks. FEE: $45 INSTRUCTOR: Member of Zion Archaeological staff. MEETS: 9 AM Zion Human History Museum AGES: 16 Years and above LIMITED TO TWO PARTICIPANTS!*!*!*!*!*!*!

Zion National Park Human History Museum | Zion National Park, UT

Presented by Zion Canyon Field Institute

all day

THURSDAY TREK

Join a field institute naturalist for an introduction to the geology, flora, fauna, and cultural history of Zion. Foray into the park with a naturalist to learn about how animals and plants survive in Zion. Learn how the canyon was formed and the geologic activity still at work today. Interpretive hikes are the naturalist's choice with each program a unique outdoor learning adventure. Limited to 11 participants. FEE: $45 AGES: 15 years and up INSTRUCTORS: Various MEETS: 9 am at Zion National Park Human History Museum and continues no later than 2 pm.

Zion National Park Human History Museum | Zion National Park, UT

Presented by Zion Canyon Field Institute

9:00 am

JOSEPH and the Amazing Techicolor Dreamcoat

One of Tuacahn's most popular productions returns for an encore presentation. Boasting an electric score by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Britain's most successful musical theater composer. Joseph tells the classic Biblical tale of Jacob and his twelve sons. Joseph, one of the youngest and most loved of Jacob's children, falls out of favor with his jealous brothers as he interprets dreams and receives special gifts from his father. Hoping to rid themselves of Joseph forever, the brothers instead set in motion a powerful string of events which lead to Joseph's installation as the king of Egypt's right hand man. Joseph will run Aug.1-Oct.16 on varying evenings and at different hours, dependent on sunset times.

Tuacahn Outdoor Theatre | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn Outdoor Theatre

7:30 pm

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day
17

Huntsman World Senior Games

Annual multi-sport event for seniors 50+ involving:basketball, bowling, tennis, cycling and mountain biking, racquetball, road racing, softball, swimming, triathlon, volleyball, lawn bowls, square dance, table tennis and track and field. Athletes also compete in games of horseshoes, bridge tournaments and golf matches.. On Saturday, Oct. 12 from 10am-2pm free health screenings will be offered to the public at the Dixie Center---this will be a ONE day event only!

Various-As Scheduled | St. George, UT

Presented by Huntsman World Senior Games

all day

OUTSIDE LOOKING (Eagle Crags)

Perspective is everything! Gain a perspective on Zion Canyon by hiking outside the park on the Eagle Crags trail and be treated to stunning views from high vantage points. Your naturalist-guided hike will cover a little bit of geology, botany, and human history while we take in the sights. A moderately strenuous hike of 5-6 miles in length starting at about 4,200 feet elevation and moving gently uphill from there. FEE: $60.00 INSTRUCTORS: Various MEETS: 8:30 am at Zion National Park Human History Museum and continues until about 3 pm AGES: 16 years and above

Zion National Park Human History Museum | Zion National Park, UT

Presented by Zion Canyon Field Institute

all day

'The Wizard of Oz'

An old time favorite the Wizard of Oz is designed to please audiences of all ages. Showings will run June 5 through Oct. 17 on varying days of the week and at different hours, dependent on sunset times.

Tuacahn Amphitheatre | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn Center for the Arts

7:30 pm

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day

UOVA Volleyball Tournament

2v2 Outdoor Volleyball tournament grass and sand Divisions.

Vernon Worthen Park | St. George, UT

Presented by City of St. George

all day

PDI’s Customer Appreciation Truck Show & Dyno Event

Performance Diesel Inc. (PDI) of St. George, Utah, will be hosting their fifth annual Customer Appreciation Dyno Event and Truck Beauty Contest. The event will take place Friday, October 17 through Saturday, October 18, 2014, at their headquarter facilities located at 687 North Industrial Road.rnrnHeld each year, customers and truckers from across the country combine to make a great family event that all can enjoy. Spectators can watch the most powerful trucks in North America run on the dyno to see how much horsepower each engine makes. This year Overdrive is hosting the Truck Beauty Competition in their National Championship Series. Cash and trophies are awarded to winning trucks in a variety of classes. The competitions are open to anyone with a full or part-time working truck.rnrnDon’t forget to come out and watch the truck light show at dusk on Friday night. This is an amazing site, not to be missed! All spectators are invited to both days of events free of charge. Bring the whole family and come enjoy the fun!rnrnFriday, Oct 17: Truck Light Show at Dusk rnSaturday, October 18 rnDyno Competition Begins 9am on rnLunch (provided free to all event attendees) 11:30am – 1pm rnPrizes & Awards Presented after Dyno Competition ends

Performance Diesel Inc (PDI) | St. George, UT

Presented by PDI

8:30 pm
18

Zion Canyon Farmers Market

Listen to the live music while you shop for in season local produce, delicious baked goods, pastries and breads, artisan cheeses, meats, honey, jams and jellies, locally roasted coffee, handcrafted bath products, agriculturally based crafts and joining in Second Saturday Art Stroll arts and crafts will be on offer at the market. See you at the market!

Bit and Spur Restaurant | Springdale, UT

Presented by lisa zumpft market manager

9:00 am

Huntsman World Senior Games

Annual multi-sport event for seniors 50+ involving:basketball, bowling, tennis, cycling and mountain biking, racquetball, road racing, softball, swimming, triathlon, volleyball, lawn bowls, square dance, table tennis and track and field. Athletes also compete in games of horseshoes, bridge tournaments and golf matches.. On Saturday, Oct. 12 from 10am-2pm free health screenings will be offered to the public at the Dixie Center---this will be a ONE day event only!

Various-As Scheduled | St. George, UT

Presented by Huntsman World Senior Games

all day

Trick or Tri

Formerly the Turkey Triathlon, this event has moved to October! Get registered today and join us for the Trick or Tri! Beginner: 200 yard swim, 5-mile bike, 1.5 mile run. Sprint/Team: 400 yard swim, 10-mile bike, 5K run. Kids Beginner: 50 yard swim, 1-mile bike, 1/2 mile run. Kids Sprint: 100 yard swim, 2-mile bike, 3/4 mile run. Triathlon starts and ends at the SHAC.

Sand Hollow Aquatic Center | St. George, UT

Presented by City of St. George

all day

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day

Downtown Farmers Market at Ancestor Square

Weekly Farmers Market featuring local produce, food products and artisans.

Ancestor Square, St. George Utah | St. George, UT

Presented by Downtown Farmers Market

8:00 am

PDI’s Customer Appreciation Truck Show & Dyno Event

Performance Diesel Inc. (PDI) of St. George, Utah, will be hosting their fifth annual Customer Appreciation Dyno Event and Truck Beauty Contest. The event will take place Friday, October 17 through Saturday, October 18, 2014, at their headquarter facilities located at 687 North Industrial Road.rnrnHeld each year, customers and truckers from across the country combine to make a great family event that all can enjoy. Spectators can watch the most powerful trucks in North America run on the dyno to see how much horsepower each engine makes. This year Overdrive is hosting the Truck Beauty Competition in their National Championship Series. Cash and trophies are awarded to winning trucks in a variety of classes. The competitions are open to anyone with a full or part-time working truck.rnrnDon’t forget to come out and watch the truck light show at dusk on Friday night. This is an amazing site, not to be missed! All spectators are invited to both days of events free of charge. Bring the whole family and come enjoy the fun!rnrnFriday, Oct 17: Truck Light Show at Dusk rnSaturday, October 18 rnDyno Competition Begins 9am on rnLunch (provided free to all event attendees) 11:30am – 1pm rnPrizes & Awards Presented after Dyno Competition ends

Performance Diesel Inc (PDI) | St. George, UT

Presented by PDI

8:30 pm
19

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day
20

RIM TO FLOOR OR RIM AND BACK

Need to stretch your legs a bit? Join a ZCFI naturalist as we hike either the East Mesa Trail to Observation Point down to the canyon floor at Weeping Rock or the East Rim Trail to Deertrap Mountain and back. Our actual destination will be determined the morning of the hike depending on the vehicles that our at our disposal. Either hike affords fantastic views in all directions.Along the way we’ll talk geology, botany, some biology, and desert ecosystems. We’ll pass through several of Zion’s geologic layers, and enjoy incredible rim vistas. We’ll stop at a nice spot somewhere on the rim for our picnic lunch. Enjoy one of Zion’s premier hikes and learn a lot about the desert you love along the way! Limited to 8 participants. YOU MUST BE IN FIT HIKING SHAPE TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS STRENUOUS, ALL-DAY, 7-8 MILE HIKE!!!!!!!!!!!! FEE: $65 AGES: 16 years and up INSTRUCTOR: Various MEETS: 8 am at Zion Human History Museum

Zion National Park Human History Museum | Zion National Park, UT

Presented by Zion Canyon Field Institute

all day

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day

St. George Book Festival - Authorpalooza Festival Kick-Off

St. George Book Festival - Authorpalooza Festival Kick-Off

Barnes & Noble at Red Cliffs Mall | St. George, UT

Presented by St, George Book Festival

4:00 pm

St. George Book Festival - Learn, Discover and Journey through the World of Books!

Welcome to the St. George Book Festival. This annual FREE festival is the Utah Humanities Council’s gift to the community of Washington County, allowing us to explore all sorts of ideas by interacting with great writers. This year, there are 20 locations all over the state of Utah hosting over 150 book festival activities throughout October, which is National Book Month and the 17th annual Utah Humanities Book Festival. Contact: VS Grenier vsgrenier@gmail.com Website: http://www.stgeorgebookfestival.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/St.GeorgeBookfestival Phone: 435-313-0956

20 locations all over the state of Utah | St. George, UT

Presented by VS Grenier

8:00 am

Democrats of Southern Utah October Meeting

The Democrats of Southern Utah will hold their October meeting on Monday evening, October 20, 2014 from 6:30 pm to 8 pm at the Best Western Abbey Inn, 1129 S. Bluff St., St. George. Local Democratic Party candidates for Utah House Districts (Shirley Nelson 62, Ken Anderson 71, Cheryl Hawker 75, Dorothy Engelman 74) and County Commissioner seats (Chris White, Paul Van Dam) will be the speakers. $15/person for dinner, no charge for meeting. Dinner reservations must be made in advance by contacting Marjorie Lisi 435-215-9899 or resdosu@gmail.com. For additional information: www.thewashingtondems.com.

Best Western Abbey Inn | St. George, Ut

Presented by Marjorie Lisa, 435-215-9899

12:00 pm
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Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day

St. George Book Festival - Author Appearances

Check with your local school, library branch, or St. George Children's Museum for more details.

Washington County Schools, Bookstores, Libraries, & St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by St. George Book Festival

all day

St. George Book Festival - Author Appearances

Author Appearances Free to the Public Locations: Washington County Schools, Bookstores, Libraries & St. George Children’s Museum Check with your local school, bookstore, library branch or St. George Children’s Museum for more details. Contact: VS Grenier vsgrenier@gmail.com Website: http://www.stgeorgebookfestival.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/St.GeorgeBookfestival Phone: 435-313-0956

Washington County Schools, Bookstores, Libraries, & St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by VS Grenier

8:00 am
22

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day

St. George Book Festival - Author Appearances

Check with your local school, library branch, or St. George Children's Museum for more details.

Washington County Schools, Bookstores, Libraries, & St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by St. George Book Festival

all day
23

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day

St. George Book Festival - Author Appearances

Check with your local school, library branch, or St. George Children's Museum for more details.

Washington County Schools, Bookstores, Libraries, & St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by St. George Book Festival

all day
24

Thriller Odessy Dance at Tuachan Amphitheater

If Odyssey Dance Theatre's "Thriller" isn't part of your yearly Halloween tradition, it should be. The spooky spectacular combines technical aspects of dance while paying homage to the stars of All Hallows' Eve. Throughout the two-hour program, "Thriller" highlights all the heroes of the season, including Frankenstein's monster and his bride, skeletons, mummies and werewolves. But among the ghouls, you'll find other unlikely heroes of Halloween, such as Bubbles the Clown and the "Giggle Girl," who sings and maniacally laughs her way through songs. Purchase tickets now by calling our Box Office at 866.321.5057 or order online at http://www.tuacahn.org/

Tuacahn Ampitheatre | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn Center for the Arts

7:30 pm

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day

The Spooky Town Fair

The St. George Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with the Washington County School District Foundation brings you a two-day "spooktacular" event! Offering over 100 different business vendors, a wide variety of children's games and attractions, live entertainment and a fun filled Halloween festival atmosphere! In the center of town at the St. George Town Square.

St. George Town Square | St. George, UT

Presented by St. George Chamber of Commerce; Washington County

10:00 am

What Women Want Fall Expo

The What Women Want expo is a chance for women from all around to come together and experience all the new products out there for women! Each new Expo gets bigger and better. With new and exciting products, you won't want to miss the What Women Want Fall Expo!! It's great way to get a head start on your holiday shopping

Dixie Center | St. George, UT

Presented by Spectrum Media

10:00 am

St. George Book Festival - Literacy Charity Dinner

The night will be one you won't forget as you'll be dining with twelve best-selling and award-winning authors in and around Utah, not to mention each ticket you purchase will be donated to two wonderful organizations in our community - The St. George Children's Museum and Washington County School District Foundation! Best-selling author Dean Hughes has published more than 100 books. Hughes has written fiction as well as non-fiction for all ages: children, young adult, and adults. He is best known for Children of the Promise, a series of historical novels about World War II. Hughes and his wife Kathy have three children and nine grandchildren. They live in Midway, Utah. Speaking Topic: What Do We Need Books for Anyway? Authors Who Will Be There: Dan Willis J.R. Johansson Mikey Brooks L.K. Hill Jaclyn Weist Johnny Worthen Dominick Domingo Carolyn Howard-Johnson M. Bridget Cook Teri Harman Joyce Kohler David W. Smith VS Grenier Lin Floyd Dawn McLean Venue: St. George Children's Museum - Upstairs Banquet Hall Deadline is October 18th! Hurry and Reserve your spot TODAY!

St. George Children's Museum | St. George, UT

Presented by St. George Book Festival

6:00 pm

The Writer's Journey: One-Day Workshop

There are two breakout sessions each hour. Come enjoy this one-day conference designed to give authors and aspiring authors the opportunity to network and learn more about writing and the publishing industry! FREE to the public! $15.00 for lunch if you would like to eat on site.

Dixie State University Holland Bldg, 4th Floor | St. George, UT

Presented by St. George Book Festival

8:00 am

St. George Book Festival - Authorpalooza Festival Kick-Off

St. George Book Festival - Authorpalooza Festival Kick-Off FREE to the Public Location: Barns & Noble at Red Cliffs Mall 1720 Red Cliffs Dr, St. George UT Time: 4pm to 7pm Contact: VS Grenier vsgrenier@gmail.com Website: http://www.stgeorgebookfestival.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/St.GeorgeBookfestival Phone: 435-313-0956

Barnes & Noble at Red Cliffs Mall | St. George, UT

Presented by VS Grenier

4:00 pm

The Writer's Journey: One-Day Workshop

Come enjoy this one-day conference designed to give authors and aspiring authors the opportunity to network and learn more about writing and the publishing industry! Date: Friday October 24, 2014 FREE to the public Time: 8:00am to 5:00pm - There are two breakout sessions each hour. Location: Dixie State University Holland Bldg, 4th floor Cost: $15.00 for lunch if you would like to eat on site Click here to see workshops, speakers, full program details and SIGN-UP! Contact: VS Grenier vsgrenier@gmail.com Website: http://www.stgeorgebookfestival.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/St.GeorgeBookfestival Phone: 435-313-0956

Dixie State University Holland Bldg, 4th Floor | St. George, UT

Presented by VS Grenier

8:00 am

St. George Book Festival - Literacy Charity Dinner

The night will be one you won't forget as you'll be dinning with twelve best-selling and award-winning authors in and around Utah, not to mention each ticket you purchase will be donated to two wonderful organizations in our community - The St. George Children's Museum and Washington County School District Foundation! Best-selling Author Dean Hughes has published more than 100 books. Hughes has written fiction as well as non-fiction for all ages: children, young adult and adults. He is best known for Children of the Promise, a series of historical novels about World War II. Hughes and his wife Kathy have three children and nine grandchildren. They live in Midway, Utah. Speaking Topic: What Do We Need Books for Anyway? Authors Who Will Be There: Dan Willis J.R. Johansson Mikey Brooks L.K. Hill Jaclyn Weist Johnny Worthen Dominick Domingo Carolyn Howard-Johnson M. Bridget Cook Teri Harman Joyce Kohler David W. Smith VS Grenier Lin Floyd Dawn McLain Pricing: $40 per adult (18yrs and older) $25 per child (17yrs and under) Venue: St. George Children's Museum - Upstairs Banquet Hall 86 S. Main Street St. George, Utah 84770 Date & Time: October 24, 2014 at 6pm Net proceeds will benefit the Washington County School District Foundation and St. George Children's Museum. DEADLINE IS October 18th! Hurry and Reserve your spot TODAY! Contact: VS Grenier vsgrenier@gmail.com Website: http://www.stgeorgebookfestival.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/St.GeorgeBookfestival Phone: 435-313-0956

St. George Children's Museum | St. George, UT

Presented by VS Grenier

6:00 pm
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Thriller Odessy Dance at Tuachan Amphitheater

If Odyssey Dance Theatre's "Thriller" isn't part of your yearly Halloween tradition, it should be. The spooky spectacular combines technical aspects of dance while paying homage to the stars of All Hallows' Eve. Throughout the two-hour program, "Thriller" highlights all the heroes of the season, including Frankenstein's monster and his bride, skeletons, mummies and werewolves. But among the ghouls, you'll find other unlikely heroes of Halloween, such as Bubbles the Clown and the "Giggle Girl," who sings and maniacally laughs her way through songs. Purchase tickets now by calling our Box Office at 866.321.5057 or order online at http://www.tuacahn.org/

Tuacahn Ampitheatre | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn Center for the Arts

7:30 pm

FALL JOURNALING AT ZION

Learn about the natural world in Zion through passionate observation and attentive contemplation. Awaken your senses and create pages that are a rich and meaningful record of your experience—a touchstone for remembering your connection to Zion. No previous writing or drawing experience necessary. Tools, materials, and methods for journaling will be discussed. Bring a box lunch for a group picnic lunch break. Limited to 11 participants. FEE: $60 AGES: 16 years and older INSTRUCTOR: Sandy Bell MEETS: 9 am at the Zion National Park Human History Museum

Zion National Park Human History Museum | Zion National Park, UT

Presented by Zion Canyon Field Institute

9:00 am

Save A Sister

This event will benefit the Utah Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. All donations go toward breast cancer programs and research! There will be a 10K, 5K, and 1 Mile Walk at the event. All breast cancer survivors will receive a special pink shirt and will be recognized at the event.

Dixie Convention Center | St. George, UT

Presented by City of St. George

7:00 am

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day

Downtown Farmers Market at Ancestor Square

Weekly Farmers Market featuring local produce, food products and artisans.

Ancestor Square, St. George Utah | St. George, UT

Presented by Downtown Farmers Market

8:00 am

The Spooky Town Fair

The St. George Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with the Washington County School District Foundation brings you a two-day "spooktacular" event! Offering over 100 different business vendors, a wide variety of children's games and attractions, live entertainment and a fun filled Halloween festival atmosphere! In the center of town at the St. George Town Square.

St. George Town Square | St. George, UT

Presented by St. George Chamber of Commerce; Washington County

10:00 am

What Women Want Fall Expo

The What Women Want expo is a chance for women from all around to come together and experience all the new products out there for women! Each new Expo gets bigger and better. With new and exciting products, you won't want to miss the What Women Want Fall Expo!! It's great way to get a head start on your holiday shopping

Dixie Center | St. George, UT

Presented by Spectrum Media

10:00 am

St. George Book Festival - Book Expo Extravanganza!

What to Expect: *Readers of all ages and genres will get a chance to meet dozens of prolific authors, speakers, and presenters *Enjoy performances by some of our local schools and talented children. *Discuss books and ideas, learn what it takes to be a successful author and much more at this year's Southern Utah premier book and author event! *There will be drawings for prizes, no purchase necessary! *There will be book signings by Best & Award-winning authors. *Goodie bag at the registration table for each family or reader - includes free raffle ticket and 10% off coupon for one book purchase at the festival. *Purchase personalized and autographed books for yourself, your family, and your friends! FREE to Everyone! EVENT SCHEDULE: 9am: Opening Ceremonies with VS Grenier & David Smith 9:15am: Presentation by David Smith - Perserverance through the eyes of Walt Disney 10am: Presentation by Joyce Kohler - Dancing with Your Inner 11am: Youth Poetry Contest Award Ceremony Noon: Vista Elementary School Choir & Quartet 1pm: Presentation by Terri Marman - Villians, Why We Love to Hate Them 2pm: Short Story Writing Contest Award Ceremony 3pm: Red Mountain Red Rockin' Hawks Choir 4pm: Presentation by Lin Floyd - Finding Your Voice Through Writing 5pm: Presentation by Kristyn Decker 6pm: Book Expo Closing Ceremonies

St. George Children's Museum | St. George, UT

Presented by St. George Book Festival

9:00 am

St. George Book Festival - Book Expo Extravanganza!

What to Except: * Readers of all ages and genres will get a chance to meet dozens of prolific authors, speakers and presenters. * Enjoy performances by some of our local schools and talented children. * Discuss books and ideas, learn what it takes to be a successful author and much more at this year’s Southern Utah premier book and author event! * There will be drawings for prizes, no purchase necessary! * There will be book signings by Best & Award-winning authors. * Goodie bag at the registration table for each family or reader - includes free raffle ticket and 10% off coupon for one book purchase at the festival. * Purchase personalized and autographed books for yourself, your family and your friends! FREE To Everyone! Event Schedule 9am Opening Ceremonies with VS Grenier & David Smith 9:15am Presentation by David Smith – Perseverance through the eyes of Walt Disney 10am Presentation by Joyce Kohler – Dancing with Your Inner 11am Youth Poetry Contest Award Ceremony Noon Vista Elementary School Choir & Quartet 1pm Presentation by Terri Harman – Villains, Why We Love to Hate Them 2pm Short Story Writing Contest Award Ceremony 3pm Red Mountain Red Rockin' Hawks Choir 4pm Presentation by Lin Floyd - Finding Your Voice Through Writing 5pm Presentation by Kristyn Decker 6pm Book Expo Closing Ceremonies Contact: VS Grenier vsgrenier@gmail.com Website: http://www.stgeorgebookfestival.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/St.GeorgeBookfestival Phone: 435-313-0956

St. George Children's Museum | St. George, UT

Presented by VS Grenier

9:00 am
26

Thriller Odessy Dance at Tuachan Amphitheater

If Odyssey Dance Theatre's "Thriller" isn't part of your yearly Halloween tradition, it should be. The spooky spectacular combines technical aspects of dance while paying homage to the stars of All Hallows' Eve. Throughout the two-hour program, "Thriller" highlights all the heroes of the season, including Frankenstein's monster and his bride, skeletons, mummies and werewolves. But among the ghouls, you'll find other unlikely heroes of Halloween, such as Bubbles the Clown and the "Giggle Girl," who sings and maniacally laughs her way through songs. Purchase tickets now by calling our Box Office at 866.321.5057 or order online at http://www.tuacahn.org/

Tuacahn Ampitheatre | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn Center for the Arts

7:30 pm

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day

Jeremy Camp Come Alive Tour 2014

Life Concerts presents Dove Award winner and GRAMMY® nominee Jeremy Camp headlining the Come Alive Tour, featuring special guests Kutless and Adam Cappa. Life Concerts (http://www.lifeconcerts.org) is a coalition of Southern Utah and Nevada churches that have banded to together to bring high quality Christian artists to the area. The mission of Life Concerts is to share the gospel of Jesus Christ and the message of hope to our community through music.

Cox Auditorium, DSU Campus | St. George, UT

Presented by Life Concerts

7:00 pm
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Thriller Odessy Dance at Tuachan Amphitheater

If Odyssey Dance Theatre's "Thriller" isn't part of your yearly Halloween tradition, it should be. The spooky spectacular combines technical aspects of dance while paying homage to the stars of All Hallows' Eve. Throughout the two-hour program, "Thriller" highlights all the heroes of the season, including Frankenstein's monster and his bride, skeletons, mummies and werewolves. But among the ghouls, you'll find other unlikely heroes of Halloween, such as Bubbles the Clown and the "Giggle Girl," who sings and maniacally laughs her way through songs. Purchase tickets now by calling our Box Office at 866.321.5057 or order online at http://www.tuacahn.org/

Tuacahn Ampitheatre | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn Center for the Arts

7:30 pm

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day
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Thriller Odessy Dance at Tuachan Amphitheater

If Odyssey Dance Theatre's "Thriller" isn't part of your yearly Halloween tradition, it should be. The spooky spectacular combines technical aspects of dance while paying homage to the stars of All Hallows' Eve. Throughout the two-hour program, "Thriller" highlights all the heroes of the season, including Frankenstein's monster and his bride, skeletons, mummies and werewolves. But among the ghouls, you'll find other unlikely heroes of Halloween, such as Bubbles the Clown and the "Giggle Girl," who sings and maniacally laughs her way through songs. Purchase tickets now by calling our Box Office at 866.321.5057 or order online at http://www.tuacahn.org/

Tuacahn Ampitheatre | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn Center for the Arts

7:30 pm

ARCHAEOLOGICAL SERVICE PROJECT

Join our archaeologist, roll up your sleeves, and prepare for two days of learning and fieldwork in Zion. We will work outside on projects of the archaeologist's choosing which may include site surveys and/or inventories. This is an opportunity to learn trailside about the prehistoric and historic settlements and people of Zion from the Basket Makers to the Mormon pioneers while helping out in a project beneficial to the park. We will be working in remote areas of the park which often do not have trails. Be prepared to hike. INVENTORY SHOULD BE CONSIDERED STRENUOUS. Participants need to bring a lunch for each day of the workshop. Limited to 9 participants. FEE: $110 (NO DISCOUNTS!!!!!!!!!!) AGES: 16 years and up INSTRUCTOR: Sarah Horton and/or staff MEETS: 9 am at Zion National Park Human History Museum. Group returns to the main canyon by 5 pm daily.

Zion National Park Human History Museum | Zion National Park, UT

Presented by Zion Canyon Field Institute

all day

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day
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Thriller Odessy Dance at Tuachan Amphitheater

If Odyssey Dance Theatre's "Thriller" isn't part of your yearly Halloween tradition, it should be. The spooky spectacular combines technical aspects of dance while paying homage to the stars of All Hallows' Eve. Throughout the two-hour program, "Thriller" highlights all the heroes of the season, including Frankenstein's monster and his bride, skeletons, mummies and werewolves. But among the ghouls, you'll find other unlikely heroes of Halloween, such as Bubbles the Clown and the "Giggle Girl," who sings and maniacally laughs her way through songs. Purchase tickets now by calling our Box Office at 866.321.5057 or order online at http://www.tuacahn.org/

Tuacahn Ampitheatre | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn Center for the Arts

7:30 pm

ARCHAEOLOGICAL SERVICE PROJECT

Join our archaeologist, roll up your sleeves, and prepare for two days of learning and fieldwork in Zion. We will work outside on projects of the archaeologist's choosing which may include site surveys and/or inventories. This is an opportunity to learn trailside about the prehistoric and historic settlements and people of Zion from the Basket Makers to the Mormon pioneers while helping out in a project beneficial to the park. We will be working in remote areas of the park which often do not have trails. Be prepared to hike. INVENTORY SHOULD BE CONSIDERED STRENUOUS. Participants need to bring a lunch for each day of the workshop. Limited to 9 participants. FEE: $110 (NO DISCOUNTS!!!!!!!!!!) AGES: 16 years and up INSTRUCTOR: Sarah Horton and/or staff MEETS: 9 am at Zion National Park Human History Museum. Group returns to the main canyon by 5 pm daily.

Zion National Park Human History Museum | Zion National Park, UT

Presented by Zion Canyon Field Institute

all day

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day
30

Thriller Odessy Dance at Tuachan Amphitheater

If Odyssey Dance Theatre's "Thriller" isn't part of your yearly Halloween tradition, it should be. The spooky spectacular combines technical aspects of dance while paying homage to the stars of All Hallows' Eve. Throughout the two-hour program, "Thriller" highlights all the heroes of the season, including Frankenstein's monster and his bride, skeletons, mummies and werewolves. But among the ghouls, you'll find other unlikely heroes of Halloween, such as Bubbles the Clown and the "Giggle Girl," who sings and maniacally laughs her way through songs. Purchase tickets now by calling our Box Office at 866.321.5057 or order online at http://www.tuacahn.org/

Tuacahn Ampitheatre | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn Center for the Arts

7:30 pm

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day
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Thriller Odessy Dance at Tuachan Amphitheater

If Odyssey Dance Theatre's "Thriller" isn't part of your yearly Halloween tradition, it should be. The spooky spectacular combines technical aspects of dance while paying homage to the stars of All Hallows' Eve. Throughout the two-hour program, "Thriller" highlights all the heroes of the season, including Frankenstein's monster and his bride, skeletons, mummies and werewolves. But among the ghouls, you'll find other unlikely heroes of Halloween, such as Bubbles the Clown and the "Giggle Girl," who sings and maniacally laughs her way through songs. Purchase tickets now by calling our Box Office at 866.321.5057 or order online at http://www.tuacahn.org/

Tuacahn Ampitheatre | Ivins, UT

Presented by Tuacahn Center for the Arts

7:30 pm

Art Around the Corner Outdoor Gallery Walk

The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George. The Art Around the Corner Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit is a collection of sculptures from nationally renown artists. Many of the sculptures are for sale, with new exhibitions installed annually.

Historic Downtown St. George | St. George, UT

Presented by Art Around the Corner Foundation

all day

Snow Canyon Half Marathon & 5K

EXPO- DIXIE CENTER- Friday- Oct. 31, 2014 Noon-9:00 pm RACE-SNOW CANYON STATE PARK Sat - November 1, 2014 Start Time: 8:30am Half Marathon, 9:00am 5K, 11:30am Tuff Kids Run Fee: $40 Half Marathon; $25 5K; $10 Tuff Kids Run Late Fee: Pre-registration accepted until Friday, October 28th. Late registration is open until Wednesday, November 2nd with an additional $10 late fee. NO DAY OF RACE REGISTRATION! Distance: 1/2 Marathon, 5K, Tuff Kids Races Description: This Half Marathon is a beautiful route through the scenic landscape of Snow Canyon State Park. The course is primarily downhill, super fast and challenging! It is one of the most breathtaking courses St. George has to offer! 5K runners will start at Snow Canyon High School and run on the surrounding trails that finish on the High School track. Tuff Kids events will take place on the track and the surrounding areas of the High School. TUFF KIDS RACE DISTANCES: 1 Mile, 1/2 Mile, 200 Meter Dash FOR MORE INFO CONTACT AARON METLER AT LEISURE SERVICES

Dixie Center | St. George, UT

Presented by SG City Leisure Services

12:00 pm