Saturday, December 7
@ St. Thomas Aquinas Church
(725 S 250 E, Hyde Park)
Friday, December 13
@ St. John's Episcopal Church
(85 E 100 N, Logan)
Cache Children's Choir Holiday Concert
The Cache Children's Choir will perform its holiday concerts on the following dates:
Saturday, December 7
Friday, December 13
10:00 AM Family 1st Saturdays at the Museum
Join us on the first Saturday of each month from 10AM-2PM as we explore a new country and culture. Learn traditional dances, listen to music, eat authentic food, and make tons of fun hands-on arts and crafts projects! Programs are designed to be entertaining for the whole family. Arts and crafts activities are selected to engage kids from ages 3 to 12 and those who are young at heart. Best of all, our Family 1st Saturdays programs are FREE!
September 7: Cambodia
October 5: Ecuador
November 2: Papua New Guinea
December 7: Italy
January 4: Kenya
February 1: China
March 1: Brazil
April 5: Australia
10:00 AM Upcycled Lap Steel Guitar Workshop
Join Stokes Nature Center and luthier Nate Wood for a unique chance to build your own lap steel guitar from repurposed materials. Nate will blend his skill for building guitars, banjos and mandolins with his passion for sustainability in this dynamic all-day workshop. Learn how to employ reclaimed wood, repurposed metals, and some surprising tools to create a beautiful, fully functional instrument.
For adults and mature teens. Registration for this workshop is limited to a small group. Call or email for more information.
5:00 PM Live Nativity
The Nativity will be December 6th, 7th and 9th. Admission is $2 person, $10 family or one canned food item per person. This is a benefit event for the Cache Food Pantry. Experience includes a live camel, hayride, caroling, and Christmas music in a peaceful old farm setting.
6:00 PM Pickleville Christmas Show: I Believe in Christmas
Pickleville Christmas is back again, now more hilarious than ever. From the imagination of T.J. Davis [creator of the "Bandito" series] comes a hilarious and heartwarming new musical for the 2012 holiday season. Brandon Baxter is in need of a miracle. With Christmas only a few hours away, Brandon struggles to explain to his young children that Mr. Claus is lacking the means necessary to make his annual Christmas delivery. "It's okay Dad," little Sophie reassures, "Santa doesn't need money to buy toys. The elves make 'em." Somewhere between Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Brandon awakens to find his reality transformed into an incredible new world where holiday spirit abounds and Christmas dreams really do come true.
7:30 PM The Forgotten Carols Performance
"The Forgotten Carols" is a Christmas concert for the whole family with songs written by and starring Michael McLean. Start the season off right with a beautiful story of the true meaning of Christmas. Enjoy a night of wonderful music and the spirit of the holidays!
It's the story of Constance, a rigid yet competent nurse, too practical to be bothered by Christmas. She is assigned to care for an aged gentleman with alleged psychiatric tendencies over the holiday season. But this unlikely patient, John, is nothing like the senile "crazy" she expected. With warmth and spunky kindness, John eventually breaks through Constance's iron-clad exterior as he walks her through the untold carols of the more "forgotten" characters in the Christmas story and guides the young nurse to the Christmas carol waiting to be sung inside her own heart.
7:30 PM A Christmas Carol, the musical
Four Seasons Theatre Company presents A Christmas Carol, the musical. Group rates available. No babes in arms or children under 3.
Four Seasons Theatre Company is Cache Valley's newest non-profit community production company. Four Seasons is dedicated to providing quality, affordable entertainment. As their name indicates, you can expect four productions a year, each with a theme appropriate to the season.
7:30 PM Christmas from the Ellen Eccles Theatre
Cache Valley Bank presents the American Festival Chorus and Orchestra performing "Christmas from the Ellen Eccles Theatre" under the direction of Craig Jessop, with special guests Jenny Oaks Baker, Alexandria Sharpe and the Westminster Bell Choir.
7:30 PM The Miracle Worker
Utah State Theatre presents The Miracle Worker by William Gibson.
Tickets can be purchased online, by phone or in person at the CCA Box Office.
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