Cache County Fair Idol Competition on Thursday, August 9th from 6PM-8PM.
|Date:||August 9-11, 2012|
Cache County Fairgrounds
450 S 500 W
Logan, UT 84321
Cache County Fair and Rodeo
Fair admission is free. Rodeo tickets are available online and at a few locations around town. See the website for details.
Cache County Fair Idol Competition on Thursday, August 9th from 6PM-8PM.
Faust will be performed by the Utah Festival Opera. View the website for more details.
Wealth! Power! Youth! Love! Bored with life, the aging philosopher Faust would give anything to have it all. Enter Mephistopheles with the answer to his prayers - in return for his immortal soul! But when you deal with the devil there is hell to pay, as Faust soon discovers when he finds himself seducing the innocent Marguerite, humiliating the man who cherishes her, killing her brother, and driving her to madness and death. Marguerite's only recourse is to call upon the angels. Will they save her soul or will she join Faust in the burning fires of hell?
Tickets can be purchased online, by phone, or in person at the Utah Festival Opera Box Office in the Dansante Building.
Come enjoy a night of entertainment in beautiful Bear Lake! Start the evening off at the famous western cook-out, where you'll enjoy a huge western meal with your choice of rib-eye steak, lemon herb chicken, boneless BBQ pork ribs, or crispy chicken strips. With your belly full, enjoy a live stage production of the heavenly musical hit Forever Plaid in Pickleville's historic log theater. It'll be a night of family entertainment you'll never forget! The season starts June 8th and ends September 8th. See website for dinner and show prices. Special rates are available for groups of 25 or more. Dinner is served at 6:30pm and the show starts at 8pm. Call or visit website for more information.
One of the most wildly popular and requested musicals in Pickleville history, this deliciously goofy revue-style musical centers on the "Plaids," a hilarious four-part harmony group who are killed in a car accident on the way to their first big show. Miraculously they are given one last chance to perform their first (and last) concert before their immanent disappearance into the eternities. With beautiful tight harmonies, a hilariously quirky script, and outlandish choreography performed as only the "Plaids" can do, Forever Plaid is a musical experience that your entire family will love. Screamingly funny, entirely enchanting, and utterly entertaining!
My Fair Lady
My Fair Lady will be performed by the Utah Festival Opera. View the website for more details.
When linguistics professor Henry Higgins meets disheveled Cockney flower girl Eliza Doolittle outside Covent Garden, he wagers his colleague that within six months he can change Eliza into a proper lady who can pass in high society simply by teaching her to speak proper English. "Its almost irresistible," he says. "Shes so deliciously low. So horribly dirty." But both professor and pupil begin a transformation that neither of them could have anticipated. Gloriously witty, wise, and winning, My Fair Lady features your favorite songs, "I Could Have Danced All Night," "On the Street Where You Live," "The Rain in Spain," and "Ive Grown Accustomed to Her Face." My Fair Lady has been called "the perfect musical" (New York Times).
Tickets can be purchased online, by phone, or in person at the Utah Festival Opera Box Office in the Dansante Buildling.
Photography Workshop: High Elevation Wildflowers
Learn to capture the fleeting beauty of Cache Valley's amazing summer wildflowers. Photographer Jim Parrish leads this class with a review of general photography techniques, a group wildflower shoot in Logan Canyon, and critique session. Possible second shooting session after the class (optional).
For adults. Registration required. Call or email for more information.
The Hanging of El Bandito
Come enjoy a night of entertainment in beautiful Bear Lake! Start the evening off at the famous western cook-out, where you'll enjoy a huge western meal with your choice of rib-eye steak, lemon herb chicken, boneless BBQ pork ribs, or crispy chicken strips. With your belly full, enjoy a live stage production of the hilarious Pickleville melodrama The Hanging of El Bandito in Pickleville's historic log theater. It'll be a night of family entertainment you'll never forget! The season starts June 8th and ends September 8th. See website for dinner and show prices. Special rates are available for groups of 25 or more. Dinner is served at 6:30pm and the show starts at 8pm. Call or visit website for more information.
Juanito Bandito and his hysterical band of outlaws are at it again in this high-energy, shoot-'em-up musical adventure written by T.J. Davis. See what happens when Bandito, the self-proclaimed "most guapo villain in the world," seeks revenge after nearly meeting his end at the hand of a brave western lawman. With a talented cast full of outrageous, side-splitting characters, brand new music, and Pickleville's hilarious brand of musical comedy, The Hanging of El Bandito is guaranteed to be the highlight of your summer activities. Join the thousands that count Bandito as their most anticipated yearly tradition!
8:00 AM Hike Temple Fork to Spawn Creek
The Cache Hikers will host a loop hike from Temple Fork to Spawn Creek. This is a strenuous, all-day hike of about 12 miles, including several miles of travel on unmaintained trails as we pass by four different springs. Elevation gain is about 2700 feet. Bring food, water, clothing appropriate for the terrain and weather, and protection from sun and insects.
9:00 AM ARS Stomp The Mud Out Of Child Abuse
Who knew that supporting a good cause could be so messy and so much fun? Brought to you by ARS, "Stomp the Mud Out of Child Abuse" is the most exciting obstacle course and mud run to hit the circuit, and it certainly has the most heart.
Our main course is a 5K race/mud run with 16 extraordinary obstacles, all related to ways to escape from jail! It is designed for racers ages 10 and up. Children ages 3-9 can participate in a mini Junior Jailbreak course throughout the day. STOMP THE MUD is a family affair!
Timed competitive heats begin at 9AM and 9:20AM. "Just-for-Fun" races begin every 20 minutes from 9:40AM until 1:40PM, with 10 noncompetitive heats.
100% of race proceeds benefit the Child and Family Support Center's mission of Strengthening Families and Protecting Children. STOMP THE MUD makes having a great time matter!
9:00 AM Cache Valley Gardeners' Market
Note: Due to road construction in 2013 on 200 East, Cache Valley Gardeners' Market will be moving to Willow Horseshoe Park at Willow Park.
Cache Valley Gardeners' Market is an open-air market located in Northern Utah's beautiful Cache Valley. Join local gardeners, food vendors, and crafters at the Cache Valley Gardeners' Market.
Call or visit the website for more information.
10:00 AM Saturdays at the Museum
Come learn about a different topic each Saturday.
January 19: Mermaids, Sea Serpents, and Enchanted Islands: Folklore of the Sea
January 26: Life and Death on the Nile: Ancient Egyptian Civilization
February 2: The Culture of Chocolate
February 9: Aborigines of Australia
February 16: Anthropology of Star Trek and Star Wars
February 23: Ancient Meso-American Marketplace
March 2: Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Symbolism
March 9: Spring Fest! Celebrating Spring Traditions from Around the World
March 16: Museum is Closed for Spring Break
March 23: Modern Culture of India
March 30: Weaving a World: Global Textile Traditions
April 6: Dragon Fire and Fairy Dust: Folklore of Fantasy
April 13: Prehistoric Life in the Great Basin
April 20: Exploring Russian Culture
April 27: World Dance and Music
May 4: Anthropology of Humor and Laughter
Saturdays at the Museum is a weekly event. Every Saturday the USU Museum of Anthropology holds different activities to teach the public about anthropology through various mediums. It is always free, and there is free parking all over campus on Saturday, but the best would be on the south side of Old Main.
2:00 PM James and the Giant Peach Matinee
The Old Lyric Repertory Company presents a matinee showing of James and the Giant Peach at 2PM in the Lyric Theatre.
Whizzpopping wonder and fruit filled fun abound in this stage adaption of Roald Dahl's greatest adventure story. James is a lonely young boy, who is forced to work like a slave for the most revolting aunts in England. One day a mystical old man gives him a bag of magic. When he accidentally spills it near the old peach tree, the most incredible things happen. Rated E for everyone.
Tickets can be purchased online, by phone, or in person at the Caine College of the Arts Box Office.
2:00 PM Aggie Ice Cream Tours
Visitors to Famous Aggie Ice Cream at Utah State University can see how ice cream is made in a 45-minute tour that ends with a taste of the famous dessert. The store and dairy lab are in the Nutrition and Food Sciences building at 750 N. 1200 East. Summer tours begin at noon, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm and 4pm. Purchase tickets in the ice cream sales store. The cost for the tour is $3 per person.
There will be additional tours offered to the public on May 8-10, starting at 2PM, 3PM and 4PM.
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