12PM-10PM (Mon-Thurs) |
12PM-12AM (Fri and Sat)
|Date:||October 1-31, 2012|
Willows Golf Park
220 North Spring Creek Parkway (behind Stadium 8)
|Cost:||$6 adults, $4 kids/seniors, free ages 3 and under|
Haunted Halloween Nights
For a Haunting experience and family fun, come join us for Haunted Halloween Nights at Willows Golf Park!
6:00 PM Cache County Emergency Watershed Protection Project Open House
This meeting is open to the public and will focus on how future flood risk from the Blacksmith Fork River can be mitigated in the Main Street (US-89/91)/1700 South area in Logan. Information will be provided on a proposed project partially funded by the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) which requires an Environmental Assessment (EA) under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). A wide range of conceptual alternatives addressing future flood risk to the Country Manor subdivision and Riverside RV Park will be presented and discussed at the meeting. Following a formal presentation at 6PM, the public will have an opportunity to speak one-on-one with project team members and submit questions and ideas.
6:00 PM Travel Cheap Workshop
Learn how to save money and use miles and points on your next vacation. Find out about travel tips and tricks you won't learn anywhere else! Find out more at www.WeTravelCheap.com.
7:30 PM The Crossroads Project
At the dawn of the 21st century, humanity has arrived at an extraordinary Crossroads - a time and place where scientific ability to identify unprecedented risk to the natural systems that support us, intersects a societal inability to respond. The Crossroads Project is a response to this reality, grounded in science, elevated by art, in service of genuine understanding, and determined to unlock a growing desire for meaningful response.
At the core of the project is a multi-disciplinary performance incorporating live music, visual art, and compelling science. Using diverse and complementary languages, The Fry Street Quartet joins with physicist and educator Dr. Robert Davies to explore the impacts of society's unsustainable systems, Earth's rapidly changing climate, and humanity's opportunity for a new direction.
October 3: Re-inventing Food: Lori Ann Lau, Jesse and Rachel Corbridge and Penny Trinca discuss their entrepreneurial approach to sustainable, local agriculture.
October 10: Re-inventing Home: Kevin Jensen presents his vision of sustainability, beginning in your own back yard.
7:30 PM USU Big Bands Concert
The USU Department of Music presents Big Bands with special guest Lauren Sevian, Baritone Saxophonist.
Tickets can be purchased online, by phone or in person at the CCA Box Office.
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