Saturday, July 31, 2010

The Art of Topaz: Beauty Inside Barbed Wire

 Now til October 15, 2010
Springville Museum of Art

Come view the astounding and much-ancipated artwork documenting Topaz Internment Camp. The exhibition will take place in the Museum's Lower Blaine & Louise Clyde Gallery.

A special reception for the exhibition will also be held at the Museum on Friday, August 6 from 2-4 pm, featuring a special lecture by Kimi Kodoni Hill, granddaughter of Topaz artist Chiura Obata, at 3 pm.


Start: Saturday, July 10, 2010
End: Saturday, August 28, 2010
Times: 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Anderson-Foothill library, SLC

Stroll over to to see one-of-a-kind art work!  Our orangutans have paired up with some very cool local artists to create the ORANGeUTAhN art show.  All art work is for sale and all proceeds go to directly benefit orangutans in the wild and help preserve their habitat.

Friday, July 30, 2010

Regional Premiere of Hairspray

Friday Jul 30 - Aug 21
7:30 pm - Mon, Tues, Thurs, Frid & Saturday Evening Shows
Sandra N. Lloyd Performing Arts Center
12830 South Redwood Road, Riverton
$9 Adults, $8 Students, $7 Children 12 and under/Seniors 65+

The Riverton Arts Council is honored to present the Western Regional Premiere of HAIRSPRAY, BROADWAY’S BIG FAT MUSICAL-COMEDY. Based on the 1988 John Waters film, audiences will journey back to 1960’s Baltimore and join our heroine Tracy Turnblad, a big girl with big dreams and even bigger hair. She’ll do whatever it takes to claim a spot on a popular television dance show, win the heart of Link Larkin, and turn the town upside down in her efforts to racially integrate television.

The supporting cast of HAIRSPRAY features Lisa Frost as Motormouth Maybelle, and some other people ;)

Farmer's Market

Farmer's Market
Every Friday from August 6- September 24, 2010
3-7 pm
Water Tower Plaza at Thanksigving Point
Thursday, July 29, 2010

Comedy at the Point

Friday, August 6, 2010
8 pm (doors open at 6 pm)
Waterfall Ampitheater

$18/Thanksgiving Point Members

Discovery Gateway Photo Contest

All photos can be submitted from August 9th through August 27th.
The winner will be announced on September 1st.

Don't forget your camera the next time you visit Discovery Gateway because we are launching a photo contest, Playing in Pictures! Send us your best photo of your family playing in the Museum for a chance to win a "playfull" prize package.

About the Contest:
Submit your favorite photo to the Discovery Gateway Facebook fan page.
The winner takes home a prize package that includes a One Year Family Imagination membership to the Museum, a Discovery Gateway birthday party, a Discovery to Go! toy package, Carlucci's Bakery and Tutoring Toy gift certificates, a one night stay at the Hyatt Place and additional prizes from our community partners.

The winning photo will also be displayed as our Facebook picture for a week.
Winning is as simple as receiving the most “likes” on your photo! You can like as many photos as you want including your own.
Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Dino Week

This week at Discovery Gateway

Two Buck Tuesdays

Tuesdays in August

What Else is $2?

Cooking Classes. Register for any Emporium Kitchen cooking classes in August and pay just $2 to bring a friend.(Please call 801.768.2300 to register)

 Emporium Fudge. Yummy, rich, delicious original fudge from the Emporium. Get a half-pound for just $2

(Tuesdays only, specialty flavors extra.)

Breakfast with a Witch Tickets on sale

Monday, August 2
 $10 per person

Let your little witches and warlocks enjoy Breakfast with a Witch! Enjoy a delicious buffet :

  •  fresh fruit
  •  frighteningly fluffy scrambled eggs
  • haunted hash browns
  • bewitching bacon
  • paranormal pancakes
  • Frankenstein’s French Toast
  • favorite bubbling beverage of hot cocoa, coffee or orange juice. 
As you dine, whimsical witches will entertain with wonders and cackles. They’ll mingle with you signing autograph sheets, taking photos and casting spells.

Choose your dates and buy tickets online beginning August 2, 2010.

October 2, 9, 15, 16, 18, 23, 29 and 30.
8:30 am and 10:30 am
For more information, please call 801.566.0917 or email here.
Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Myths and Legends

3rd & 4th grade graduates
August 3rd & 4th
8:30 – 11:30am
$55 ($50 members)

Do you believe in the kraken? At the Living Planet Aquarium, you will find out that many sailors’ legends were based on actual creatures! Join us for an exciting adventure, but beware: there be monsters here!
Monday, July 26, 2010


Gardner Village at The Gathering Place
Select Dates in October
Tickets go on sale August 2, 2010.

Be entertained this October with Weston and his Wacky Witches as Witchapalooza Dinner Theater appears once again at The Gathering Place! Delight in an evening filled with a scrumptious dinner, lively music, and bewitching fun, as Weston searches for his one true love. Colorful costumes, and a witty dialogue will make for an exceptional Halloween celebration for the whole family!

For more information, please call 801.566.0917 or email here.

PG Fall Youth Sports

August 2nd - Registration begins for these programs

Flag Football (1st-12th grade)
Cross Country Club (7-14 yr olds)
Jr Viking Cheer (2nd-6th grade)
Volleyball (3rd-12th grade)
Sunday, July 25, 2010

Kids Science Class: Water Conservation

Wednesday, August 1
11:00 a.m.
Central Utah Gardens

How much water is on the planet? How much water is in Utah? Where does it come from? We'll answer these questions and more!

Register here.

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Hogle Day Camp: 5th-7th grade

Monday, Aug 2-6
9:00AM to 3:00PM

Join us for a week of fun as we explore what it takes to keep the minds and bodies of both the Zoo’s animals and visitors happy. Take part in animal enrichment activities, learn how the animals are trained at the Zoo, how this messaging can be shared with Zoo visitors, and take part in the Discovery Theater Animal Shows. You’ll go home with an understanding not only of how the staff enriches the lives of the Zoo’s animals but how you can better train and enrich the lives of your own pets!

  • Participants must submit a current(within three months of camp date) and certified negative TB test two weeks prior to camp. Please download and complete this form.
  • Participants must wear weather appropriate clothing and shoes that can get dirty and wet. Shoes must have closed toes and heels must be covered.
  • Due to the nature of the program camp is limited to 15 participants.
Friday, July 23, 2010

Family Zoosnooz

Friday, July 30-31 and Friday, August 13-14
6:00 PM to 9:00 AM

Load up the kids and the tent and get ready for a camping trip like you've never experienced. Join the fun and participate in some specially designed activities, meet some animal friends, take a nighttime tour and roast hot dogs and s'mores! Then camp under the stars, wake up to the wild sounds of the Zoo and enjoy a continental breakfast. Family Zoosnooz is an overnight program offered for families with children ages 5 and up.

To purchase member discounted tickets click HERE

Geology Festival - Bryce Canyon

Saturday,  July 30-31 
Bryce Canyon National Park 

Bryce Canyon National Park will be celebrating its most stunning resource, the geology. Known for its colorful and oddly shaped hoodoos (rock spires), the area was established as a national park in 1928. Each year over a million visitors from all over the world come to the park to marvel at its beautiful scenery and delicate formations, unique on planet earth.

The Geology Festival will offer daily ranger-guided walks and talks in the canyon and on the rim, children’s activities on geology, guided bus tours through the park and illustrated programs.

Featured speakers include:

  • Wayne Ranney is a geologic interpreter and author, has served as a backcountry ranger in the Grand Canyon and has traveled over the world as a renowned speaker. He is an adjunct faculty member at Yavapai College in Sedona and has authored Ancient Landscapes of the Colorado Plateau and Carving Grand Canyon and Sedona Through Time.
  • Dave Gillette has an endowed chair position at the Museum of Northern Arizona and is the former Utah State Paleontologist. He is responsible for some of the most significant paleontological discoveries in the Grand Staircase.

To learn more about the park's geology through interactive games and an Electronic Field Trip broadcast produced by the National Park Foundation, click on:
Thursday, July 22, 2010

Annie Get Your Gun

“Annie Get Your Gun” is the story of sharpshooter Annie Oakley, who joins Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show and falls head over heels for dashing shooting ace Frank Butler, who headlines the show. SCERA will produce the 1999 Broadway revival version, which of course still includes Irving Berlin’s amazing score, featuring fun songs like “Anything You Can Do I Can Do Better,” “There’s No Business Like Show Business,” “Doing What Comes Naturally,” “You Can’t Get A Man With A Gun,” and “I Got The Sun in the Mornin’.”

July 30-August 14
For more information, call SCERA at (801) 225-ARTS.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Wasatch Wellness Run

Saturday, August 21
9:00 am
Mt. Timpanogos Park
Hwy 189 - One mile up Provo Canyon

The 5th Annual Wasatch Wellness Run (formerly Race for Recovery) 10k, 5K Run and 1 Mile Walk is bound to be a fantastic event again this year. Celebrating Mental Health Awareness Week is just one of the reasons to bring the entire family and join us for this exciting event. ALL proceeds will directly benefit members of Wasatch Mental Health. You won't want to miss this event. Whether you're a competitive runner or not, the Wasatch Wellness Run is for everyone!

The race will have several divisions with awards given to the top finishers in each.  $100 - Overall 10k Winners.  $50 - Overall 5k Winners.

Our famous breakfast will be available will be served right after the race for a small fee. Race shirts (depending on availabilty) will also be for sale at the venue. All proceeds for this event will go directly into the building of a new Wasatch House.

Register here. Registration Closing Date
Thursday, August 19, 2010 @ 11:59 PM

Water Gardens Cinema

The Water Gardens Cinema is open again. 
Only$3 for shows. (Not new release, but not out on DVD already either) 
Popcorn/drinks/candy all $1 or $2! 
Finally you can afford to buy movie treats. 
Closed on Sunday and no rated R movies. 

Thanks to Renae!

Kids Science Class: Animals & Water

Wednesday, July 28
11:00 a.m.
Central Utah Gardens

What would animals do without water? Learn how animals use water to survive and meet some cute and crazy friends!

Register here.

Monday, July 19, 2010

Community Yard Sale

Hello ALL,

I have talked with a few people that are trying to de-junk their houses this summer and would be interested in having a yard sale for all their items that they are trying to get rid of. have about 5 big Items that I am not having any luck selling on KSL, but might do better in a yard sale, also a bunch of little things too. I was wondering if anyone would be interested in having a community yard sale on one Sat. in August?

Pemberly does this every year. they just pick a day, and set up their stuff along the main road outside of the complex, each person is responsible for sitting with and selling their own stuff, but with so many different families out selling their stuff it makes it a great place for 'yard-sale-gurus' to shop. they always have a good turnout.

If there are at least 10 or so people that are interested in doing this, I would be happy to organize it and advertise for it so we could get a lot of people there to buy things.

You don't have to have a TON of stuff to sell, just a little bit, that's what makes doing it with other people so much easier, that way it can be advertised as a HUGE COMPLEX SALE, which attracts crowds, but we each will only have a small amount of stuff individually to be responsible for.

The date I am looking at is Aug.14th, a Saturday. it would be from about 8a to 12:00pm. The best yard sale shoppers like to get out early in the morning. If anyone wants to go ahead and do this with me let me know ASAP so I can start advertising and promoting it.

Email me and let me know if you are interested in participating.

K--- thanks, have a good day.
And PLEASE forward this to anyone in our community that you think would be interested.

Mandi Lee Taylor

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Marine Biologists In Training

Unlocking Animal Behavior Secrets
9th-12th grade
July 26th-30th
8:30am – 4:00pm
$240 ($225 members)

Ever wonder why animals do the things they do? Here's your chance to find out! Join us for a week long adventure of discovery as we learn the ins and outs of animal behavior. You will get hands on experience training various animals while learning the importance of training in zoos and aquariums.

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Co-ed Volleyball

REGISTRATION: August 1 - until filled
SEASON: September 16 - Mid November
TEAM FEE: $225

A Co-ed 6 on 6 volleyball league will be offered this fall. Registration will begin August 1st and go through August 29th or until filled. Registration is limited to the first eight (8) teams that register. Games will be played on Wednesday night's beginning September 16th. League fee incluedes 8 league games and a double elimination tournament.

Click here for online registration

Friday, July 16, 2010

Emerson Drive Concert

Saturday, July 24 at 8:00 pm
Scera Shell

With a long list of awards and accolades, world-class harmonies and four albums under their belt buckle, premiere country band Emerson Drive has secured its place as one of contemporary music’s must-see live acts.  With lead singer Brad Mates' passionately expressive vocals and the extraordinary musicianship of Danick Dupelle (guitar), Dale Wallace (keyboard), David Pichette (fiddle) and Mike Melancon (drums), the humble and likeable Canadian natives are truly something special. 

For more information regarding seating and pricing, click here.
Thursday, July 15, 2010

Blackpool Creative

Need a logo designed? Maybe a website? or flyers? poster? postcard? new product? business card?
Check out Blackpool Creative by Bryce Haymond for your product, graphic or web design needs.

Riddles of the Sea

Riddles of the Sea - Kindergarten graduates 
July 22nd & 23rd
8:30 – 11:30am
Living Planet Aquarium
$55 ($50 members)

What is lurking in the ocean blue? Come along and bring a friend or two! The sea is full of mystery, plenty enough for you and me. With The Living Planet Aquarium as your guide, let us take you for a magical ride. Your next adventure is waiting here!
Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Sunsplash Concert Jam

Tuesday July 20th, 2010
7:00 pm
Show Barn at Thanksgiving Point

Join us for the first annual Sunsplash Concert Jam featuring New Zeland natives, Katchafire and special guest Codi Jordan Band.

General Admission
(includes pre-concert party, reserved seating, refreshments, meet and greet with the artists and event t-shirt)

I Am Jane

July 22-23
7:30 p.m.
Covey Center for Arts

I Am Jane is Margaret Blair Young’s award-winning stage play about Jane Manning James, an early black LDS pioneer who survived the mobs at Nauvoo, the westward trek to the Salt Lake Valley and the societal prejudices of an unforgiving era with unyielding faith, courage, and tolerance. Historically accurate, the play explores the challenges Jane and other black Mormons faced within the LDS Church, especially during the settlement and establishment of what is now Utah.

Purchase tickets here.

$15 individuals
$10 students/seniors
Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Shark Sleuths 2 & Are you Afraid of the Dark?

Shark Sleuths 2
5th & 6th grade graduates
July 20th & 21st
8:30 – 11:30am
$55 ($50 members)

The Living Planet Aquarium promises to keep you on the edge of your fins, while you use your super sleuthing powers to solve the mystery surrounding sharks. Will your detective work deduce who “dunnit” in this diabolic and dastardly dilemma of the deep?

Are You Afraid of the Dark?
 5th & 6th grade graduates
July 20th & 21st
12:30 – 3:30 pm
$55 ($50 members)

The Living Planet Aquarium spotlights animals that never lose their way in the dark. We will take an up close and personal look at the amazing things animals do to stay alive in the darkest of places. Are you brave enough to join us?

Hump Day Market

Beginning Wednesday, July 21
EVERY Wednesday, rain or shine!
6 - 10 pm
Provo Town Square
Free for all, fun for all!!!

Featuring... Homemade arts & Crafts, free raffle,  and activities for kids!

$6.99 Brown Bag Dinner specials from:  Los Hermanos, Spicy Corea, Hickory Kist, Angels of Philly, Smokehouse Pizza & BBQ, & Osaka

Now seeking vendors, so give us a call if you've got something to sell!
Provo Town Square
Monday, July 12, 2010

Mayor's Series Season

Each year, in addition to outstanding arts events, the Mayor's Series presents a special event. In 2008, it was Kenny Loggins. Last year, it was STOMP. And this November? The Beach Boys!

Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap (September 10-11, 13, 16-18, 2010)
David Lanz (December 4, 2010)
Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company (February 5, 2011)
Vocal Point (March 4, 2011)

SPECIAL EVENT! THE BEACH BOYS! (November 4, 2010) only available with the purchase of Mayor’s Series season tickets.
Sunday, July 11, 2010

Days of '47 Rodeo

July 19-24
E Center in West Valley City

The Days of '47 Rodeo was voted one of the country's top rodeos by the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association (PRCA). Nationally-ranked cowboys and cowgirls compete and celebrate Utah's Pioneer Spirit Then & Now.

Discount tickets can be picked up at Wild About the West at Gardner Village but may only be redeemed at the E Center box office.

Cowpoke Round-up

Saturday, July 17, 2010
10 am - 2 pm
Farm Country

Calling all Cowpokes, dust off your boots, put on your best western attire and mosey on down to Farm Country’s second annual Cowpoke Round-up. Y’all get ready for the best rootin, tootin, boot stompin’ time of your life - Yee Haw! Cowpoke games like straight shooting test, steer roping, gold hunt, branding parlor, cowpie bingo & more!

*No charge for Thanksgiving Point Members
Saturday, July 10, 2010

Llama Fest

To learn more read here.
Schedule a tour of the Llamas for another day.

Secondhand Serenade in Concert

Saturday, July 17, 2010
7:30 pm
Electric Park at Thanksgiving Point

Secondhand Serenade returns with their new album Hear Me Now to entertain audiences. This year’s line up includes supporting acts White Tie Affair and Runner Runner.


Friday, July 9, 2010

Trendy Prints Grand Opening!

Wendy Glass is officially announcing the opening of her online store "Trendy Prints" where you can purchase art prints for kids, babies, nurseries, preschools, play rooms and more! She specializes in graphic art prints with bright, vivid colors you can mix and match to coordinate with your room decor and add a punch of color to your walls. All prints measure 8x10 inches (vertical) so they are easy to frame. Be sure to check back often for new releases!

Be sure to tell your family and friends.


Jul 01, 2010 Thru Jul 31, 2010
Gardner Village

July is a wonderful time of year, full of rich history of our fantastic state and Gardner Village. To celebrate this time of reflection, we're hosting our third annual Historic Scavenger Hunt! You'll have a blast learning about Archibald Gardner, Gardner Village and the historical past of Utah! Click here to print your scavenger hunt form , or pick up a form in the brochure rack in the lobby of Country Furniture & Gifts. Happy hunting!

Wasatch Wildflower Festival

Friday July 16 - 18th
Vvarious times and location, see here

Always wanted to learn about the wildflowers of the Wasatch range but never knew where to start? Join us for easy and fun or long and hard walks, lectures on identifying and photographing flowers, art projects and great live bluegrass music.

Best places to see wildflowers:
Albion Basin
Powder Mountain
Tony Grove Lake
Zion National Park
Thursday, July 8, 2010

Scaly Water Adventures

Scaly Water Adventures - 1st & 2nd grade graduates
July 15th & 16th
8:30 – 11:30am, $55 ($50 members)

It’s a jungle out there! Grab your exploring gear and join The Living Planet Aquarium's education staff to learn all about some of nature's slipperiest, slimiest, and most scaly animals!

Erin's Promise, the Musical

Saturday, July 10 - Preview Night: Special Discount Price: $3!
Monday, July 12
Saturday, July 17
7:00 - 9:00

Erin's Promise is the heartwarming story of Angela and Erin, two best friends in the pre-existence, who are separated when Angela leaves to go to earth in the 1800s. Angela fears with the gospel being so new and living in England, she won't have a chance to hear the gospel during her time on earth.
Erin makes a solemn promise to Angela. If she is not able to hear the gospel in her lifetime, Erin will make sure that her temple ordinances are completed when it’s her turn on earth.

Present day...2010. Erin is an American teenager that wasn't born into the church. Lost and feeling the pressure mounting from her boyfriend, will Erin be able to keep her promise?

Click here to purchase tickets!
Adults $12, Seniors $10, Students $8
Family Rate (6) $40
Group Rates available; contact the ticket office.

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Mister Tim: Vocal Magic

Friday, July 9
8:00 p.m.
Brinton Black Box Theater

Want to know more about Mister Tim? Click here. Purchase tickets here

Jon Schmidt in Concert

Saturday, September 4
6 pm
Thanksgiving Point Gardens
*Tickets go on-sale July 12, 2010

A much anticipated follow-up to Jon Schmidt’s sell-out performance in 2009, this special concert will feature some of Scmidt’s new work, including YouTube sensation, a mash-up of LOVE STORY (Taylor Swift) and VIVA LA VIDA (Coldplay), as well as the amazing piano and cello solos Schmidt is known for.

$10/Thanksgiving Point Members

Labor Day Luau

Monday, September 6, 2010
5:30 pm: doors open
5:30 - 7 pm: dinner served
7-8:30 pm: luau
Thanksgiving Point Gardens

Experience the spirit of the more than 290 islands that make up the Polynesian triangle and say aloha to summer this Labor Day as Thanksgiving Point presents UVU’s Legacy Dance Company. Dancers come from a variety of islands including Tahiti, Samoa, New Zealand, Tonga, Hawaii and Fiji. Come for great food leis, tiki torches, and the ever popular fire-dancers. All of this happens in front of the western hemisphere’s largest manmade waterfall in the Thanksgiving Point Gardens.

Served Buffet Style Served with Roll and Butter, Steamed White Rice, Passion Orange Guava Juice
Main Course:
Garden Green Salad
Macaroni Luau Salad
Fresh Sliced Watermelon & Pineapple
Kalua Pork
Grilled Teriyaki Chicken
Dessert: Guava Cake

Adult: $17/advance, $20/day-of
Child: $12/advance, $15/day-of
Thanksgiving Point Members: $15/adult, $10/child
*Tickets go on-sale July 12, 2010

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Weekday Relief Society Activity

Tuesday, July 13
LDS church

Theme: Temples in Our Lives
We'll dine on Italian food. A nursery will be provided

Shark Sleuths

3rd & 4th grade graduates
July 13th & 14th
8:30 – 11:30am
$55 ($50 members)

SHARKS, SHARKS AND MORE SHARKS!! Come to The Living Planet Aquarium and explore the secret lives of sharks with our 15,000 galloon shark tank!

Monday, July 5, 2010

Hogle Day Camp

Monday, July 12-16
Monday, July 19-23
9:00AM to 3:00PM

There Is No Place Like Home! Follow the Zoo’s black-topped paths as we discover what animals need to be “at home” in the wild and at the Zoo. We’ll uncover what makes a habitat “the Emerald City” to some animals and not to others. Your munchkins will spend a week of fun-filled activities learning who lives which in habitat, and what they need to survive, without worrying about “ruby slippers” and “flying monkeys!”

Monday, July 12-16
Monday, July 19-23
9:00AM to 3:00PM

You’ll become involved in Critter Scene Investigations as you become a forensic scientist for the week. Search and analyze the evidence (tracks, scat, feathers, fur, etc) found at our fictional critter “crime” scenes, gather and compare animal tracks, make molds of teeth, shoes and vehicle tracks, interview witnesses andmore. Come ready to learn and help investigate the clues that animals leave behind, go home an expert Critter Scene Investigator!

To purchase member discounted tickets click HERE
Sunday, July 4, 2010

July Concerts in the Park

7:30 p.m.
EAST side of the New Community Center - 547 Locust

July 4 - Blue grass Thunder
July 11 - Firefly
July 18 - Flying Nancys
July 25 - The Buskers and Doc Taylor
Saturday, July 3, 2010

Young Living Lavender Harvest

Saturday, July 10
9:00 am - 3:00pm
3700 North Highway 91
Young Living Farm
Mona, UT 84645

Bring a picnic and enjoy a day of a variety of events at the Young Living Lavender Farm in Mona, UT:
5K Run/Walk
U-pick Lavender
Make n' Take lavender Wreaths
Lavender Fairy Tea Party
Distillery Tours
Visitor grand opening
Wagon Rides
Live music
Food Concessions

5K Run/Walk
Be sure to join Young Living Essential Oils for the largest day of celebration with the annual Lavender Harvest 5K! Run or walk as you immerse yourself in more than 200 acres of vibrant purple lavender fields. 

Registration 5:30-6:45am
Start time: 7:00am sharp

Pre-registration: $17 (by 12:00 July 7)
On-site: $29.95

Pleasant Springs BBQ

Saturday, July 10
Pleasant Spring Common Area near the clubhouse

Meat and Drinks will be provided, please bring a dessert or side to share.
Also bring chairs or blankets to spread out on the lawn.
There will be a bounce house for the kids, and volleyball for all.

Friday, July 2, 2010

Utah Symphony 2010

Friday, July 9
8 PM (gates open at 6 PM)
Waterfall Amphitheater at Thanksgiving Point Gardens

The Utah Symphony Orchestra is a full-time symphony orchestra located in Salt Lake City, Utah.  The assistant conductor is Korean-born David In-Jae Cho. In January 2009 the Orchestra named Gerald Steichen as its principal pops conductor.

Ticket Info:(all ages need a ticket)
 $12.00 Advance
$10.00 Member Advance
$15.00 Day Of

Please call the box office to recieve your Membership discount 801.768.4900
Thursday, July 1, 2010

Lehi City Fireworks

Saturday July 3, 2010
5:30 pm Gates, concessions and vendors open
10 pm Fireworks
Electric Park at Thanksgiving Point

Lehi City and Thanksgiving Point invite you to celebrate American independence with a dazzling fireworks show.  This year will be set off from the north side of the property.  Cow train and/or wagon rides will be offered for a nominal fee. The Utah Basketball Academy will be having competitions on the courts for a nominal fee. Bring a blanket and enjoy a fun evening outdoors with food and fun!