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Events for Saturday, January 11, 2020

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Peter and the Wolf

Join the Cache Valley Civic Ballet as we perform the wonderful story of Peter and the Wolf.

Seating is limited; doors open 30 min. prior to performance.

Contact: Cache Valley Civic Ballet
435-753-3633
Website: http://cvcballet.org
Time: 4:00 pm on Friday
1:30 pm on Saturday Friday & Saturday,
Date: January 10th, & 11th, 2020
Location: Whittier Community Center
290 N 400 E
Logan, UT 84321
Cost: $3-$5
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Crones and Stones Monthly Magcial Affair

Join our monthly open house: a charming magical market, where our Valley's most talented and gifted magic-makers will be gathering to offer high-quality organic, handmade lotions, ointments, and scrubs, infused with powerful essential oils, along with beautiful crystals, hand made goods and charms, necklaces, psychic readings, reiki, mini massage and footzone services, special events and much, much more!

Follow events on Facebook to join.

  • January 11th: New Year Intentions
  • February 22nd: Love Potion Bottle
  • March 13th: Lucky Money
  • April 4th: Sowing Your Intentions
  • May 15th: The Divine Feminine
  • June 6th: The Divine Masculine
  • July 11th: Liberating Engergy via Acupressure
  • August 15th: Mindfullness: Just Be
  • October 10th: Connecting to You Ancestors

Date: 2020
Location: Namaste Holistic Wellness & Massage
2150 N Main St #8
Logan, UT 84321
Cost: Varies
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Heart Beats

This exhibition combines Beat writers with little magazines and the artwork of the period sourced from NEHMA's collection and the Merrill-Cazier Library to communicate the interconnectedness of the entire Beat artistic scene.

Exhibition runs from November 21st through February 1st.

The Beat artists represented in this exhibition embody unique expressions of the artistic rebellion that rocked American culture during the 1950s and can be considered individual beats within the pulsating “Beat heart.” Poet Allen Ginsberg’s first public reading of his poem “Howl,” at the Six Gallery in San Francisco on October 7, 1955, triggered an unanticipated explosion of emotional energies unleashed by his denouncement of spiritual emptiness and blind conformity to a growing capitalist, materialist society.

Contact: Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art
435-797-7239
NEHMA@usu.edu
Website: www.artmuseum.usu.edu
Time: Call or check website for daily hours, Tuesdays thru Saturdays,
Date: November 21st, 2019 thru February 1st, 2020,
Location: Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art
650 North 1100 East
Logan, UT 84321
Cost: Free
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Sleigh Rides at Hardware Ranch WMA

Hardware Ranch WMA offers a unique opportunity to get close to Rocky Mountain Elk on a horse drawn sleigh. Dec 6, 2019 until Feb 9, 2020, Hardware Ranch is open Fri 12 noon - 4:30pm, and Sat & Sun 10am - 4:30pm. Tickets are sold in the Visitors Center. $5 ages 9 & up, $3 ages 4-8, 3 & under FREE!

Contact: Brad Hunt
435-753-6396
bradhunt@utah.gov
Marni Lee
435-753-6206
marnilee@utah.gov
Website: https://wildlife.utah.gov/discover/hardware-ranch.html
Time: Friday: 12 pm to 4:30 pm Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 am to 4:30 pm,
Date: December 6th,2019 thru February 9th, 2020
Location: Hardware Ranch Wildlife Management Area
MM 22 SR 101, Blacksmith Fork Canyon
Hyrum, UT 84319
Cost: $3-$5
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11:00 AM Canyon Conversations Series (SNC)

Canyon Conversations is a free lecture series connecting people to local resources and research. The winter series will be held at USU in the Quinney NR Building.

  • January 25th: Winter Tracking
    • Join USU professor Mark Larese-Casanova to learn about winter tracking! Learn how to identify tracks what to look for and other signs left behind by wildlife. Even a dusting of snow can reveal the stories of wildlife in winter. It’s a bit like solving a mystery.
  • February 1st: Where the Wild Things Are
    • USU’s Dr Tal Avgar will be joining us for “Where the Wild Things Are” What We Can Learn from Tracking Wildlife. Dr. Avgar is a movement ecologist who studies the consequences of animal movement and behavior Join us as we continue our conversation on wildlife tracking from a researchers perspective.
  • February 8th: Geologic History of Cache Valleys
    • Stokes Nature Center Canyon Conversations. Can rocks tell a story? If so what are they saying. USU’s emeritus geology professor Robert Oaks will be joining us to tell us this story as we explore the geologic history of Cache Valley.
  • February 15th: Beavers
    • Jack Green will be joining us to discuss beavers. Beavers are natural engineers who create habitat for many other wildlife species. Jack will take us on a journey into the beaver’s pond and habitat.
  • February 22nd: Threats to the Great Salt Lake Ecosystem
    • Dr Wayne Wurtsbaugh will be joining us to explore threats to the continued functions of the Great Salt Lake Ecosystem such as nutrient run-off and metal pollution.
  • February 29th: Where the Wild Things Are
    • USU’s Dr Tal Avgar will be joining us for "Where the Wild Things Are" What We Can Learn from Tracking Wildlife. Dr. Avgar is a movement ecologist who studies the consequences of animal movement and behavior. Join us as we continue our conversation on wildlife tracking from a researchers perspective. How and why do we track wildlife what technology do we use and what does it tell us.
  • March 7th: Onsite Water Harvesting
    • Join USU's Sustainable Communities Extension Specialist Roslynn McCann to learn about onsite water harvesting and how you can do it.

Contact: Michelle Sagers
435-755-3239
community@logannature.org
Website: http://logannature.org/
Time: 11:00 am to Noon Saturdays,
Date: 2020
Location: USU Quinney NR Building
5200 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322
Cost: Free and open to the public
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