11AM-10PM (Thurs and Fri) |
10AM-9PM (Sat) Thursday-Saturday
|Date:||June 12-14, 2014|
Logan Tabernacle Square
50 N Main
Logan, UT 84321
Summerfest Arts Faire
The 31st Annual Summerfest Arts Faire is a juried art festival that features live music, good food, and more than a hundred fine artists whose mediums include oil and watercolor painting, fiber art, photography, acrylics, sculpture, pottery, jewelry, and more. Summerfest festivities include a family art yard where youngsters can create a variety of arts projects themselves.
7:00 AM Annual Four Paws Rescue Yard Sale
Come show your support at the 10th Annual Yard Sale Fundraiser for Four Paws Rescue, the Second longest fundraiser for Four Paws Rescue! 100% of proceeds go to pay for pet food and medical bills at Four Paws Rescue! Clothing, toys, housewares, furniture, games, sporting goods and more!
The sale will be Saturday, June 20, 2015 at host Debbie's house: 855 West 600 South in Logan (near Woodruff Elementary, ample parking across the street).
10:00 AM Around the World with the Museum of Anthropology
Join us at the USU Museum of Anthropology for a day of fun!
Learn about cultures from different continents including Anciet Egypt, Meso America, Africa, and the archaeology of Utah. Take tours of our exhibits and try out our many hands-on activity and craft stations. Activities include writing in heiroglyphs, mummifying an apple, making a mask, and creating Native American clay figurines.
This event is FREE and parking on Saturdays is FREE in the purple lot on the south side of the Old Main Building. The Museum is located in the Old Main Building on the 2nd floor in room 252.
The Museum is always FREE!
2:00 PM Chinese Culture and Language Workshop
Ideal for culture aficionados, summer citizens, and language students of all ages, the weekly workshop is chaired by Dr. B.C. Sun, Economic Strategist and Director of Little Bloomsbury Foundation. It will be followed by Chinese-proverb-based radio interviews at 3:30 p.m. Families and groups welcome.
Free and open to all ages.
2:00 PM Live Music at Caffe Ibis - Where the Rowdy Things Are
A soulful medley of blues, funk, and rock, with a splash of contemporary acoustic, and a pinch of classical. Acoustic
2:00 PM Matinée Enchantée: Magic and Music at the Mansion
An ensemble performance of theatrical magic and classical music featuring magician Richard Hatch, violinist Rosemary Hatch and pianist Jonathan Hatch. Music by Bach, Kreisler and Saint-Saëns, magic by Robert-Houdin, Vernon and Punx, among others.
Only 56 seats. Reservations strongly recommended.
7:30 PM You're a good man Charlie Brown
The Old Barn Theatre presents You're a good man Charlie Brown every Friday, Saturday and Monday in June.
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