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Snow 'n' Sun Runners Event
The Snow 'n' Sun Runners are a running club located in Northern Utah, the Cache Valley and Logan area. They hold various runs throughout the year with the Top of Utah Marathon, Top of Utah Half Marathon and Blacksmith Fork Freedom Run (15k) being their larger runs. They also assist other organizations with their running events.
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8:00 AM Hike Smithfield Canyon
The Cache Hikers will host a hike up Smithfield Canyon to the ridge above Cottonwood Canyon and return. This is a strenuous hike about 11 miles roundtrip with 3100 feet elevation gain and several stream crossings. Bring food, water, clothing appropriate for the weather, and protection from sun and insects.
8:30 AM National Public Lands Day
We will be installing fence to define the access points to the Murray conservation easement recently acquired by the US Forest Service and to maintain the non-motorized character of the property. Volunteers will dig holes and install post and pole fence along the Forest Service boundaries. Volunteers are asked to bring shovels, posthole diggers, heavy hammers, and levels if available. Volunteers should wear personal protection equipment, such as; hat, gloves, long sleeve shirts, pants, boots, gloves, eye protection and suncreen if necessary. Water will be available at the project but you are encouraged to bring your own. Volunteers are asked to meet at the project site at 8:30am for breakfast refreshments and a safety briefing. A raffle for prizes will be held at 1:00pm, must be present to claim your prize.
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.
6:00 PM Benefit Concert for Kenton Reynolds
Milemarker6 presents a Benefit Concert for Kenton Reynolds, also featuring Abracadan, Rootbeer Band, and Bayloaf 4. A silent auction/raffle will be held inside the Hyrum Senior Center (675 E Main) from 4-8PM, and winners will be announced at the concert.
Kenton, a 12 year old Hyrum resident, was diagnosed with Leukemia in June 2012. Kenton will receive his bone marrow transplant in mid September at Primary Children's.
7:30 PM The Importance of Being Earnest
The Old Barn Community Theatre presents The Importance of Being Earnest, written by Oscar Wilde, directed by Sarah Knowles. Tickets can be purchased online or by phone. This event is sponsored by ConService, the Utah Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Arts, and Box Elder County.
The Importance of being Earnest opens as we learn that Jack Worthing leads a double life: Earnest in town and in love with Gwendolyn; Jack in the country and the guardian of the lovely Cecily. To keep the rouse up he has created an irresponsible brother named Earnest whose poor behavior drags him frequently to town to rescue him from his recklessness. However, when Jack's friend Algy comes to the country and introduces himself as Earnest, confusion ensues. Add in Cecilys absent-minded tutor, a love struck rector, two dry and pessimistic butlers, and Gwendolyns overbearing mother with outrageous hats, and you too will discover the importance of being Earnest.
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