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!
11:30 AM CCA Convocation
Utah State University's Caine College of the Arts presents their annual Dean's Convocation featuring keynote speaker Libby Larsen, one of America's most performed living composers.
4:00 PM Nature Night
Join Stokes Nature Center on the first Monday of every month for family-friendly nature fun! We'll keep our doors open late and provide a chance to explore and learn with a different theme each month. Activities are ongoing, drop in anytime. All ages are welcome.
7:00 PM Banning Books: Boneheaded, Wrong-headed, and Thoroughly UnAmerican
The Logan Library presents a celebration of the 30th Anniversary of Banned Books Week with Dr. Edward Pease, Utah State University Journalism Department Head. The title of his presentation is "Banning Books: Boneheaded, Wrong-headed and Thoroughly UnAmerican."
For more information on Banned Books Week, check out bannedbooksweek.org and visit your local library.
7:00 PM Free Workshop: Intro to Energy Healing and 3 Simple Ways to Reduce Stress Now
You Will Learn:
- what energy healing is not
Plus, there will be some fun, live demonstrations of energy work. Bring a friend and get 2 tickets to enter the quarterly drawing for a full private session.
You must RSVP to Jennifer Smith as space is limited.
7:30 PM Mauritius
In this stage production, Jackie and Mary are half-sisters whose mother's death leaves them in possession of a rare stamp collection. But which sister actually owns the stamps? Which of three dealers can be trusted with their sale? And where do we choose to live: the present or the past?
Tickets can be purchased online, by phone, or in person at the CCA Box Office.
7:30 PM The Crossroads Project
At the dawn of the 21st century, humanity has arrived at an extraordinary Crossroads - a time and place where scientific ability to identify unprecedented risk to the natural systems that support us, intersects a societal inability to respond. The Crossroads Project is a response to this reality, grounded in science, elevated by art, in service of genuine understanding, and determined to unlock a growing desire for meaningful response.
At the core of the project is a multi-disciplinary performance incorporating live music, visual art, and compelling science. Using diverse and complementary languages, The Fry Street Quartet joins with physicist and educator Dr. Robert Davies to explore the impacts of society's unsustainable systems, Earth's rapidly changing climate, and humanity's opportunity for a new direction.
October 3: Re-inventing Food: Lori Ann Lau, Jesse and Rachel Corbridge and Penny Trinca discuss their entrepreneurial approach to sustainable, local agriculture.
October 10: Re-inventing Home: Kevin Jensen presents his vision of sustainability, beginning in your own back yard.
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