|Date:||April 8-12, 2013|
The theme of Earth Week 2013 is "Live Free." Utah State University has planned a variety of activities throughout the week to celebrate Earth Week. Go to the website to see a full schedule of events.
VITA - Tax Assistance
With the help of IRS certified volunteers, come get your federal and state taxes done for free. Simply call 2-1-1 to schedule an appointment.
VITA, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, is a program implemented through the statewide Earn It. Keep It. Save It. Coalition made up of local community partners. The coalition works to recruit IRS certified volunteers that provide free tax preparation services to low to moderate-income households (incomes below $51,000 in 2013).
Sites are available Monday - Thursday.
11:00 AM Special Ballet Storytime
Cache Valley Civic Ballet is pleased to share Storytime with the Fairy Godmother. She has flown in to read stories, talk about the very special slippers Cinderella wears in the ballet, and dance with storytime attendees. She may even grant a few wishes!
Bring your little fairies, dancers, and princes and princesses to this very special storytime (and don't forget your camera!)
Come early seating is limited!
Note: the same program will also be presented at:
Smithfield Library's Storytime held at the Smithfield Senior Citizens Center Friday March 29 at 2:30pm
6:00 PM Caregiver Survival Camp
Speakers for this event include Dr. Joann Tschanz, Utah State University, and Marilyn Peterson, MS, TRS. The event will also include a cooking competition between various care giving facilities. Come and judge who makes the best appetizer.
Sponsored by The Cache County Alzheimer's Coalition, Bear River Area Agency on Aging, Cache County Senior Center, Cache Valley Assisted Living, Dr. Lori Welter (USU), Encompass Home Health and Hospice, Legacy House Assisted Living, and Sunshine Terrance Foundation.
7:00 PM Helicon West Open Mic Night
Helicon West is an open-mic reading/featured readers series for local poets and writers. Creative writers are invited to read up to 7 minutes of their original work. Arrive early to sign up. Readings are free, open to the public and uncensored.
Helicon West provides a regularly-scheduled place and time for members of the writing community to give their work a public voice, with no restrictions on levels of skill and no censorship of ideas or craft. Publication of readers' work is a main goal.
Sponsored by the USU Writing Center and the Logan Library.
Listed below are details on some upcoming events:
September 11th: Chadd VanZanten, Joni Haws, and Kase Johnstun, Utah Reflections anthology authors
September 25th: League of Utah Writers featured author (TBA)
October 9th: Natalie Taylor and Cat Dixon (Utah Book Festival)
October 23rd: Laura Stott
November 13th: Bull Pen Creative Writing Club prose readers
December 4th: Ben Gunsbergs advanced poetry writing class
7:00 PM Free Regency Dancing Lesson
Regency dancing classes will be taught in preparation for the First Annual Jane Austen Spring Ball at the following times and locations:
April 4th, 7:00 p.m., HPER 102: "Hole in the Wall" Dance Lesson
The ball itself will be held at 7PM on April 20th in the Whittier Center.
7:00 PM Young Artist Cup
The fourteenth Annual Mountain Crest Young Artist Cup will be held in the Mountain Crest Auditorium. Piano performances will be held April 11th and vocal and instrumental performances will be held April 12th. Admission is free.
Students compete for cash prizes and trophies in six areas: graphic arts design for the annual logo; female vocalists; male vocalists; strings; brass/winds/percussion; and piano. The Young Artist Cup is a privately sponsored competition to promote excellence in music and to provide students with opportunities to perform for the community.
7:30 PM A Christmas Carol, the musical
Four Seasons Theatre Company presents A Christmas Carol, the musical. Group rates available. No babes in arms or children under 3.
Four Seasons Theatre Company is Cache Valley's newest non-profit community production company. Four Seasons is dedicated to providing quality, affordable entertainment. As their name indicates, you can expect four productions a year, each with a theme appropriate to the season.
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