12PM-10PM (Mon-Thurs) |
12PM-12AM (Fri and Sat)
|Date:||October 1-31, 2012|
Willows Golf Park
220 North Spring Creek Parkway (behind Stadium 8)
|Cost:||$6 adults, $4 kids/seniors, free ages 3 and under|
Haunted Halloween Nights
For a Haunting experience and family fun, come join us for Haunted Halloween Nights at Willows Golf Park!
6:00 PM A Haunted Inn
The Providence Inn and Old Rock Church present "A Haunted Inn." If a spooky date night out is what you desire then come sit by our fire! Enjoy ghost tours and stories, dinner provided by Firehouse Pizzeria, and a Hocus Pocus screening provided by Lynn's Audio and Video.
Tickets only available in advance. Please call for tickets and information.
6:00 PM Killer at the Casino Murder Mystery Event
Come join us for the Killer at the Casino murder mystery event in The Skyroom. Tickets are $7.50 per person for mocktails, dessert and mystery on October 23rd and $15 per person ($30 per couple) for dinner and mystery on October 25th (choose from 3 entrees when purchasing a ticket). Reservations are required and tickets can be purchased at the Taggart Student Center Room 232. Seating is limited, so get your tickets now!
6:30 PM Stories in Concert: Legend of Sleepy Hollow
With music, theater, and festival, Stories in Concert connects families to great literature through an extraordinary storytelling experience.
Stories in Concert offers much more than a typical outdoor musical theater production. Stories in Concert brings classic stories, like The Legend of Sleepy Hollow in Concert, to life. Our family-friendly productions feature activities, games, and costumed characters from the world of the author and his book. Even our concessions menu stems from the story.
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow in Concert is a Utah family tradition, now in its 5th production year. Tickets can be purchased online, by phone or at the door.
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
January 22nd: Courtney Moser, SLC Drag Queen/Columnist
February 12th: League of Utah Writers contest winners
February 26th: RaeAnne Thayne, prolific romance author
March 26th: Darren M. Edwards, performance poet, essayist and teacher
April 9th: Poetry at Three writing group
April 23rd: Scribendi winners (USU creative writing contest) Held at the Merrill-Cazier Library, Rm 101
7:00 PM Wind Uprising, Documentary Screening and Presentation
The Friends of the Merrill-Cazier Library are pleased to announce Edwin Stafford and Cathy Hartman presenting "Wind Uprising," at a documentary screening and a presentation. Stafford and Hartman are marketing professors and directors for the Center for the Market Diffusion of Renewable Energy and Clean Technology at the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University. They have collaborated on research and education outreach centering on green marketing, renewable energy/cleantech, and sustainable entrepreneurship since 1995. As founding members of the Utah Department of Natural Resources Wind Working Group in 2003, Stafford and Hartman helped kick-start Utah's wind power industry through marketing initiatives and economic analyses on how local wind development would create job opportunities and property tax revenues for schools and rural communities.
7:30 PM Max Matzen, Trumpet
USU Music Department presents trumpet player Max Matzen. Also featuring Mayumi Matzen on the piano and Rebecca McFaul on the violin.
Tickets can be purchased online, by phone or in person at the CCA Box Office.
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