10AM-10PM (Sunday-Thursday) |
10AM-11PM (Friday and Saturday)
|Date:||September 6-16, 2012|
Utah State Fair Park
155 North 1000 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84116
Utah State Fair (Salt Lake City)
The Utah State Fair has been held for 157 years in Salt Lake City. This year the Utah State Fair runs September 6-16. Tickets for the Fair and Fair events can be purchased online.
7:00 PM Explore Bridgerland's Trails
Come explore the beautiful and varied Cache Valley landscape with naturalist educator and former USFS Wilderness Ranger Jack Greene. Jack will share his great experience, reveal some of his more memorable stories from the back country, describe some trails, and introduce his audience to the flora, fauna, and geology of our incredible landscape.
Jack served as a Logan High School science teacher for 19 years and 11 years as a Wilderness Ranger for the Logan Ranger District. He has hiked and boated many of the terrestrial and aquatic trails in and around our valley, both as a ranger and educator. Jack is actively involved in the Bridgerland Audubon Society and coauthored "Stones, Zones, Tales, and Trails" which presents the natural and human history of Logan Canyon.
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. Listed below are details on some upcoming events:
March 28: Local poetry group "Poetry at Three" featured at Helicon West
April 11: Scribendi Creative Writers featured at Helicon West
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.
7:30 PM Les Miserables School Edition
Top of Utah Entertainment presents LES MISÉRABLES SCHOOL EDITION. Originally adapted from Victor Hugo's timeless novel, LES MISÉRABLES SCHOOL EDITION introduces a new generation to the grand and inspirational story that has touched the hearts of millions. For, within LES MISÉRABLES SCHOOL EDITION lies the universal truth "To love another person is to see the face of God."
Tickets can be purchased online, by phone or in person at the Eccles Ticket Office. See website for further information.
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