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Events for Saturday, March 07, 2020

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2020 Cache Valley Cowboy Rendezvous

The Cache Valley Cowboy Rendezvous is a three - day event rich in the culture of western and agricultural heritage. It is a reunion of western musicians, cowboy poets, and artisans. Our mission is to provide an atmosphere of high quality cultural entertainment and educational activities to enrich individuals, families & schools. Most activities are offered free to the public of all ages. Nationally known professional western entertainers will be featured in ticketed concerts on Friday night and Saturday afternoon. Western craftsmen and artisans will display and sell their works. We provide educational outreach programs during the week prior to the event. There are contests and activities for children and adults, workshops, dutch oven dinners, etc. Families are invited to revive forgotten dance steps like the fox-trot, two-step and waltz at our ‘Cowboy Family Dance’. A free non-denominational ‘Cowboy Church’ ends the event on Sunday morning at the American West Heritage Center Livery Stable in Wellsville.

Visit our website for details.

Website: http://cvcowboy.org
Time: Friday thru Sunday,
Date: March 6th, 7th, & 8th, 2020
Location: Mountain Crest High School
255 S 800 E
Hyrum, UT
Cost: Free Festival Admission; Cost for extras
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USU Exhibitions: Particle and Wave: Paperclay Illuminated, and Thomas Campbell Lint Basket Supremeo

Particle & Wave: Paperclay Illuminated features forty-five artists from across the world who incorporate paper pulp and organic fibers into their clay. The exhibition explores innovation, creativity and connection by sharing the breadth of work being created by artists spanning five continents who choose paperclay for its adaptability, tensile strength, translucency, and ecological and sustainable characteristics.

Thomas Campbell (born 1969) is a media maestro who parlays his ideas, thoughts, and feelings about the fringes of contemporary American culture into eloquent and romantic narratives. A cauldron of energy, Campbell spins out objects in various formats including sculpture, ceramics, music, printmaking, painting, photography, drawing, and film.

Contact: Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art
435-797-0163
NEHMA@usu.edu
Website: http://artmuseum.usu.edu
Time: Tuesdays thru Saturdays,
Date: January 25th thru May 2nd, 2020
Location: Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art
650 N 1100 E
Logan, UT 84322
Cost: Free
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10:00 AM USU Extension Gardening Series: All Things for Proper Pruning (IFA)

Pruning is one of the most daunting ourdoor tasks for homeowners. This hands-on workshop, taught by JayDee Gunnell (Horticulturist with USU Extension), will teach participants about proper practices behind pruning fruit trees and ornamental plants.

This spring series of garden-related classes and workshops are sponsored by USU Extension. Each workshop will offer participants a hands-on educational experience that is sure to help any backyard hobbyist become a better gardener.

Call the USU Extension office or visit their website for more information.

Contact: Cache County Extension
435-752-6263
Website: https://extension.usu.edu/cache/Horticulture/
Time: 10:00 am to 11:30 am Saturday,
Date: March 7th, 2020
Location: InterIntermountain Farmers (IFA)
2250 N Main St
Logan, UT 84341
Cost: Free
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11:00 AM Canyon Conversations Series (SNC)

Canyon Conversations is a free lecture series connecting people to local resources and research. The winter series will be held at USU in the Quinney NR Building.

  • January 25th: Winter Tracking
    • Join USU professor Mark Larese-Casanova to learn about winter tracking! Learn how to identify tracks what to look for and other signs left behind by wildlife. Even a dusting of snow can reveal the stories of wildlife in winter. It’s a bit like solving a mystery.
  • February 1st: Where the Wild Things Are
    • USU’s Dr Tal Avgar will be joining us for “Where the Wild Things Are” What We Can Learn from Tracking Wildlife. Dr. Avgar is a movement ecologist who studies the consequences of animal movement and behavior Join us as we continue our conversation on wildlife tracking from a researchers perspective.
  • February 8th: Geologic History of Cache Valleys
    • Stokes Nature Center Canyon Conversations. Can rocks tell a story? If so what are they saying. USU’s emeritus geology professor Robert Oaks will be joining us to tell us this story as we explore the geologic history of Cache Valley.
  • February 15th: Beavers
    • Jack Green will be joining us to discuss beavers. Beavers are natural engineers who create habitat for many other wildlife species. Jack will take us on a journey into the beaver’s pond and habitat.
  • February 22nd: Threats to the Great Salt Lake Ecosystem
    • Dr Wayne Wurtsbaugh will be joining us to explore threats to the continued functions of the Great Salt Lake Ecosystem such as nutrient run-off and metal pollution.
  • February 29th: Where the Wild Things Are
    • USU’s Dr Tal Avgar will be joining us for "Where the Wild Things Are" What We Can Learn from Tracking Wildlife. Dr. Avgar is a movement ecologist who studies the consequences of animal movement and behavior. Join us as we continue our conversation on wildlife tracking from a researchers perspective. How and why do we track wildlife what technology do we use and what does it tell us.
  • March 7th: Onsite Water Harvesting
    • Join USU's Sustainable Communities Extension Specialist Roslynn McCann to learn about onsite water harvesting and how you can do it.

Contact: Michelle Sagers
435-755-3239
community@logannature.org
Website: http://logannature.org/
Time: 11:00 am to Noon Saturdays,
Date: 2020
Location: USU Quinney NR Building
5200 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322
Cost: Free and open to the public
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11:30 AM Loaves and Fishes Community Meal

Join us for a meal around a shared table and help us build community together! Free and open to all, this meal is hosted by different organizations as we work to get to know others from around the valley. Served from 11:30-1:00.

Held the first and third Saturday of every month. Non-denominational and community supported by a variety of Cache Valley agencies and organizations, including St Thomas, St John's, Prince of Peace, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Cache Valley Food Pantry, Volunteer Center, PAWS, and others. All are welcome. The meal is not sponsored by or promoting a specific church or belief.

Contact: Amy Anderson
435-535-5296
amy.anderson@sunshineterrace.com
Time: 11:30 am to 1:00 pm 1st & 3rd Saturdays,
Location: First Presbyterian Church, Bruner Hall
178 W Center St
Logan, UT 84321
Cost: Free
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1:00 PM Maple Syrup Workshop - SNC

Join Stokes Naturalists as we tap native Maple trees and learn all about turning sap into syrup! Materials provided. Only 20 spots available..

Contact: Stokes Nature Center
435-755-3239
Website: http://logannature.org/community-programs?ct=t(April_17_Birdcall1_6_2017_COPY_01)&mc_cid=f91392717d&mc_eid=71bb0d16cc
Time: 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm Saturday,
Date: February 29th & March 7th, 2020
Location: Stokes Nature Center
2696 East US Highway 89
Logan, UT 84321
Cost: $20
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7:30 PM Annie

Music Theatre West presents Annie, February 28th thru March 7th, with a professional live orchestra.

In the depths of the 1930's, Annie is a fiery young orphan girl who must live in a miserable orphanage run by the tyrannical Miss Hannigan. Her seemingly hopeless situation changes dramatically when she is selected to spend a short time at the residence of the wealthy munitions industrialist, Oliver Warbucks. Quickly, she charms the hearts of the household staff and even the seemingly cold-hearted Warbucks cannot help but learn to love this wonderful girl.

Contact: 435.752.0026
Info@CacheArts.org
Website: http://musictheatrewest.org
Time: 7:30 pm
Matinee performance Saturday, March 7th at 1:30 pm
Date: February 28th, 29th, March 2nd, 5th, 6th, & 7th, 2020
Location: Ellen Eccles Theatre
43 S Main St
Logan, UT 84321
Cost: $17-$25/Children 5 years and older
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