Sunday, October 31, 2010

CES Fireside for Young Adults

Sunday, November 7
 6:00 p.m
Stake Center

A CES fireside for young adults ages 18 through 30,both married and single, will be broadcast from BYU. The speaker will be Elder M. Russell Ballard of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. Go here for more information.
Saturday, October 30, 2010

Diwali - Festival of Lights

Saturday, November 16
6:00 PM
Krishna Temple
8628 S. Main Spanish Fork, UT

Classical & Folk dancing
Live music

Learn more here
Friday, October 29, 2010

Lakeside Limited Scenic Train Ride

Our Spectacular, Winter Scenic Excursion

November 6, 13, 20, 26 & 27, 2010

11:00 - 1:00 pm 
Heber Depot

A spectacular scenic excursion! Climb aboard for a relaxing ride along the shores of Deer Creek Reservoir and the base of majestic Mt. Timpanogos, for an "over the river and through the woods" view of Heber Valley's breathtaking winter scenery. You may enjoy a variety of native wildlife, such as deer, bald eagles, elk, foxes and more.

  $28 Adult
  $23 Senior (60+)
  $18 Child (3-12)

 December 3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18,
               20-22 & 27-31, 2010
Thursday, October 28, 2010

Chess Club

November 4, 11, 18, Dec. 2, 9, 16
$36/child a session
PG rec center

This class will be an opportunity for kids to develop critical thinking while mastering the fundamentals of chess.

More sessions in January & March

R.E.A.D. Book Review Group

Thursday, November 4
10:00 am
PG library

Jane's Favorites - Jane will be sharing a book she loves with the group this month.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Great Reads for Girls: A Mother-Daughter Book Club

Wednesday, November 10
7:00 p.m.
PG library

Al Capone Does My Shirts by Gennifer Choldenko
A twelve-year-old boy named Moose moves to Alcatraz Island in 1935 when guards' families were housed there, and has to contend with his extraordinary new environment in addition to life with his autistic sister.

Hogle Zoo Winter Hours

November 1 - February 28

Gate:9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Grounds:9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday, October 26, 2010

BookEnders Book Club

Wednesday, November 17 (Moved due to Thanksgiving)
7:00 pm
PG Library

The Help by Kathryn Stockett

In Jackson, Mississippi, in 1962, there are lines that are not crossed. With the civil rights movement exploding all around them, three women start a movement of their own, forever changing a town and the way women--black and white, mothers and daughters--view one another.

Monday, October 25, 2010

Jr Jazz Basketball

Nov 1- 20, 2010: Registration
January - February: Season

Jr. Jazz Boys Basketball (3rd - 12th Grade)
Jr. Jazz Girls Basketball (3rd - 12th Grade)
Sunday, October 24, 2010

Wee Witches Weekends

Saturdays: October 2, 9 and 16.
10 am to 9 pm
Gardner Village

Bring the kids for fun-filled activities and unforgettable excitement

  • Tractor-pulled wagon rides to a witch’s train car home. Times to be announced.
  • Wee Witches Costume Parades at noon, 2, 4 and 6 pm. (these are not contests)
  • Witches scavenger hunt
  • Caramel apples and food, food, food!
  • Petting zoo, pony rides, witchy hair and nails, crafts in many of our shops and more! 
Some activities may have nominal charges.

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Discovery Gateway Halloween Spooktacular

Saturday, October 30
12:00 -6:00 pm
Free with Museum admission

Get your little goblins, superheroes, and fairies ready for a Halloween extravaganza! Enjoy our scare-free Halloween party full of fun surprises and hands-on activities.

Monster Block Party

Saturday, October 30
Gallivan Center (239 S Main St) SLC

The Monster Block Party is family-friendly halloween party for Salt Lake City's goblins and ghouls of all ages.  Though it was cancelled in 2009, it has been brought back from the dead!

There will be trick-or-treating booths, a costume contest with prizes, arts & crafts, a pumpkin drop, live performances, Do-It-Yourself photo booths and more!

11:00am     Trick or Treat booths open
                    Arts & Crafts booth open
                    DIY photo booths open  
11:30am     Magic Show
1:00pm       Costume Contest (Kid, Teen and Adult division)
2:15pm       Pumpkin Drop     (Pumpkins dropped from ladder of firetruck)
3:00pm     Event Ends, Booths Closed                   


Saturday, October 30
4:30p.m. Setting up your trunk
5:00 p.m. Trunk or Treating
Ward building on 700 South

There will be light refreshments and prizes givenfor the best trunks and costumes. For more information, contact Mandi Lee Taylor at
Friday, October 22, 2010

Keeper Camp

Saturday, November 13
7:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Hogle Zoo
$100 per child (10 % discount for members)

Do you dream about animals? Do you think measuring, scrubbing, sweeping and interacting with wild animals are good ways to spend your day? Have you always wanted to be a zookeeper? Well, here is your chance to see if you have what it takes. Come to the Zoo for a hands-on, behind the scenes, fun-filled day. Participants will spend their day with a staff member preparing animal diets, cleaning exhibits and creating enrichment for some of our animals. We will provide lunch, a T-shirt and a Keeper-tastic time!


  • 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 each camp is limited to 4 participants.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Lost Items

I found a couple of items out on the playground.

1) Quilt

2) Baby bottle

Both have been washed and are ready to return home. Contact me with a description of your missing item so that I can return it to you. (801) 380-7414 or

Wasatch Chorale

Thursday, October 28
7:30 p.m.

Covey Center for the Arts - Performance Hall

$8, $10

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Utah Premiere Brass Season Opener: Procession In Brass

Wednesday, October 27
7:30 p.m.
Covey Center for the Arts - Performance Hall

$10 General Admission
$8 Students and Seniors
$20 Family Admission

Procession in Brass will feature:
♦ Crown Imperial March by Willian Walton
♦ Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral by Richard Wagner
♦ Theme and Variations by Ralph Vaughn Williams

The Utah Premiere Brass reflects an early tradition of brass bands that once dominated nearly every Utah community.  Today, UPB is the only British-style brass band in Utah. Under the direction of Dr. Todd Fiegel, the Utah Premiere Brass consists of thirty prfessional musiciams from around the state.

The brilliant blend of UPB's traditional brass instruments features remarkable ranges of whisper-soft passages to mighty fortissimos, lightning-fast phrases to beautifully potent melodies, and glorious timbres to breathless climaxes.  Experience the rich musical heritage of brass that is unlike any other cultural tradition.
Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Dinner and Drama: War of the Worlds

Friday, October 29-30
6:30 p.m.
Covey Center for the Arts - Performance Hall
$20 per person

Enjoy a thrilling and exciting performance of War of the Worlds! Dine on a truly delicious homemade dinner! Relax on the main performance hall stage under the soaring 75-foot theatrical fly loft!

Our Dinner and Dramas always sell out, so get your tickets today—while they're still available!
To give our wonderful cooks enough time to prepare, we ask that you purchase your tickets at least 24 hours in advance.

Haunted Village

OCTOBER 8 - 30
7 - 10 pm Monday - Thursday
7 - 11 pm Friday - Saturday

$15 per person, coupon

Have a full-immersion heebie jeebie scare like no other as you wind your way through actual haunted homes and buildings. Be careful, though. Who knows what lurks in Haunted Village? Headless Horseman and assorted spooks will give you a skin crawling, goose bump filled haunting experience! This is a haunting you'll never forget - just ask anyone who's been here!

For group reservations call 801-924-7545.

Community Book Club

Book of the Month Club schedule:
Wednesday, October 27th
Host: Keri Madsen
Book: The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom,Elizabeth Sherrill, and John Sherrill

Wednesday, November 17th
Host: Jody Kyburz
Book: Baking Cakes in Kigali by Gaile Parkin

Wednesday, December 15th
Host: Cassie Wernli
Book: Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

Wednesday, January 26th
Host: Brigitte Thorne
Book: The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver

If you’re interested in attending these “BOM”meetings, contact Raven Haymond at
Monday, October 18, 2010

Sweet Candy Company Factory Tours

Monday through Thursday
9:00am – 3:30 pm.
3780 West Directors Row (1100 South), SLC

Sweet Candy Company is pleased to offer the public a free 40-minute tour. The tour ends with a visit to the outlet store, where you can purchase factory-fresh candy. For a leisurely experience, allow approximately one hour.

You may make a reservation for a tour by filling out the form on this page.

Tours are not available on Federal Holidays.

Little Haunts

October 14, 15 & 16 
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

It’s not scary at the Park during the day, so put on your costumes and come to the Village for a fun-filled event!  Visit the Story Witch, go trick-or-treating, and with pony rides, train rides and take-home crafts your little ones will want to return for Little Haunts year after year!  Make it part of your family's Halloween tradition. For more information call: 801.582.1847

$9 adults
$7 seniors (55+)
$7 children (3-11)
$0 children 2 and under

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Crazy Corn Maze

6:00pm - 10:00pm Mon-Thu
6:00pm - 11:30pm Fridays
3:00pm - 11:30pm Saturday
Closed - Sunday
8800 South 4000 West
West Jordan, UT

Don't just get lost! Use our map and true/false trivia to test your skills. Everyone wins a prize if you try to complete the trivia. Our maze is over 8 acres of corn!!!

$7 ages 11 and up
$4 child ages 5-10
$0 4 and under

Haunted Trail - additional $4.00

Open Tues-Sat. Starts at dusk

3x bigger and better! The haunted trail is completely separate from the corn maze. Live actors and new improved scenes are sure to give you screams, laughs, and thrills.

Pumpkin Patch
4 acre pumpkin patch. Lots of fun to do with the whole family! Come get your pumpkin this October.
Closes at dusk.

ViVace:A Celebration of Utah Valley's Young Musicians

Saturday, October 23
7:30 p.m.
Performance Hall
Covey Center for the Arts
Saturday, October 16, 2010

Enchanted Evening Explorations

Begins Thursday, October 21, 2010
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Hogle Zoo
$10 per person

Do you enjoy things that go bump in the night?  What about the things that hoot, howl or hiss?  This year, celebrate Halloween with your friends at the Zoo!  You’ll enjoy a guided tour of the Zoo after dark, and a special encounter with Spiderella and her favorite creepy crawly critters.  Please come in costume for some frightful fun for all ages. Tour begins promptly at 7:30.

Six Spooktacular evenings:
Thursday, October 21      7:30  - 9:30 PM
Friday, October 22      7:30  - 9:30 PM
Saturday, October 23      7:30  - 9:30 PM
Thursday, October 28      7:30  - 9:30 PM
Friday, October 29      7:30  - 9:30 PM
Saturday, October 30      7:30  - 9:30 PM

Register online now!
Friday, October 15, 2010

Jakers Jack-O-Lanterns

2nd Springville exit (400 south)
Head east, Right past walmart, you'll see it on the south side of the road.

A pumpkin patch that has a giant corn "sand box", hay rides, and hay bale mazes. $2-$6 a pumpkin and you pick them yourself. On Saturdays, they have a little petting zoo with mini goats and a little kangaroo and a llama. Entrance is free.

Pumpkin Walk

Friday, October 22
8 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Enter a carved pumpkin into our Pumpkin Walk and win a prize for first, second, or third place!

Computer Class - Communicating with Email

Friday, October 22 
7:00 p.m.
PG Library

Learn how to set up and use an e-mail account and send attachments.

Class is free, but limited to 10 people.
Call the library at 801-785-3950 or come in to the library to sign up.
Questions? Ask for Cindy or Andrea.
Thursday, October 14, 2010

Witches Night Out

Friday, Oct 22 & 23
4:00 pm
Gardner Village
$5 car parking fee for the event

An event for ladies 18 years and older! Witches love any excuse to have fun and throw a party. Wear your most elaborate witch’s hat or costume. Enjoy an emcee, dancing, music, food booths and more. Stop to have your fortune told, enjoy spellbinding activities in our shops, and join the Witches Parade at 8 pm nightly.

Gardner Village will be filled with enchanting witches from 6 pm to 10 pm both nights.
Enter the drawing for fun prizes at 7 pm, 9 pm and 10 pm nightly.

Leave the children with the sitter and grab your witchy friends for this spellbinding ladies night out.

SLC Ghost Tour

Tours start the first weekend in October
Friday's and Saturdays 6:00 pm, 7:00 pm, 8:00 pm & 9:00 pm
Tuesday's - Thursday's 7:00 pm & 9:00 pm*
Behind the Rio Grande Building at 300 S. 500 W.

Guided by a professional Storyteller, you will travel by bus to the great "haunts" of the City and learn about the ghosts who dwell in the historic buildings and cemeteries.    Tours last approximately 1.5- 2 hours.

BUY TICKETS NOW!!! Please call 1-801-529-4497 for reservations.
If you don't have a reservation and you would like to go on the tour, remaining seats will be sold on a first-come, First-served basis at the time of each tour!

$18 Adult
$15 Student/Senior
$12 Child/Group  
* Special weekday prices: $15 adults, $12 students, $10 kids

Bring a canned good for the Utah Food Bank and recieve $1 off regular ticket price!

Salt Lake City Bus Tour Sites and Stories*:
1. Utah Historical Society Building
2. Shilo Inn
3. Capitol Theater
4. The Old City County Building
5. Salt City
6. Every Bloomin' Thing
7. Trolley Square
8. Old Salt Lake City Jail
9. Gilgal Gardens
10. Eccles Stadium
11. This is the place Heritage Park
12. Fort Douglas Museum
13. University of Utah Marriott Library
14. Salt Lake City Cemetery: Jean Baptiste
15. Salt Lake City Cemetery: Emmo's Grave
16. Masonic Temple
17. McCune Mansion
18. Alta Club
19. Deveraux House

*Sites and Stories may vary according to weather, time and traffic conditions.  We will disembark at certain times when conditions permit.

Know Your Organ Anatomy

Thursday, October 21st 
6:30pm - 8:30
LDS church on 700 S

A Stake Organ (the instrument) Workshop will beheld on pm at ourWard building. All members who are interested in attending are welcome.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Primary Sacrament Meeting Program

Sunday, Oct 24
9:00 am
LDS church on 700 S.

Parents, please make sure that your children are there on time that day! Thanks!

Practice will be held in the chapel on Sunday October, 16th.

Enchanted Evening Explorations

Thursday, October 21 - Saturday, October 23
Thursday, October 28 - Saturday, October 30
7:30 - 9:30 PM
Hogle Zoo

Do you enjoy things that go bump in the night? What about the things that hoot, howl or hiss? This year, celebrate Halloween with your friends at the Zoo! You’ll enjoy a guided tour of the Zoo after dark, and a special encounter with “Spiderella” and her favorite creepy crawly critters. Please come in costume for some frightful fun for all ages.

Utah Valley Symphony: Season-Opening Concert

7:30 p.m.
Covey Center for the Arts - Performance Hall

 This seasons opening concert will include:
•Audience choice
•Carl Nelson Clarinet Concerto
•Matt Nelson, soloist
•Brahms Symphony no. 4

The Utah Valley Symphony's variety of musical styles is designed to uplift, educate, and entertain audiences. All of our conductors, including current maestro Dr. Bryce Rytting, have been outstanding leaders who enjoy sharing their love of music with others, orchestra and audience members alike.  This cultural legacy will continue to grow through many concert seasons to come.

$5 - Unsold seats for students 10 minutes before concert time
$10 - Student or Senior
$12 - Individual
$25 – family

Tuesday, October 12, 2010


Saturday, October 16 · 11:00am - 1:00pm
2121 N. 550 West, Provo, UT, 84604
Don't miss this amazing class featuring a live DJ, Zumba apparel giveaways, refreshments, and the ZUMBA energy and high that we all love. This is going to be HUGE, so mark your calendars today!

You don't have to be a member at 24 Hr. So bring your neighbor, your wife, husband, cousin etc... and see ya there!

Featured Instructors:
Alice Lopez
Cory Rivers
Katie Smith
Allison Petersen


September 24 – October 30, 2010*
5:00 pm on Fridays
11:00 am on Saturdays & Sundays
11:00 Thursday, October 14 through Sunday, October 17 - UEA Holiday

Check out the attractions

Scary & Crow’s Straw Maze and Spook-A-Boo Walk-Thru
Psycho Dave’s Salvage Yard
Fun House of Fear

Purchase tickets on-line

Utah Lyric Opera: Ronan Tynan in Concert

Monday, October 18
7:30 p.m.
Covey Center for the Arts - Performance Hall

$15, $20,  $30 - Click here to purchase tickets

Though Ronan enjoyed singing as a boy, he did not seriously consider formal voice study until he was 33, when he was well into his residency as a physician. His quick success is a typical development in a life of extraordinary achievement. Born with lower limb disability that threatened to sideline him throughout his childhood, Tynan was still “as wild as a March hare” when he was a growing boy, riding horses and racing motorcycles.  When he was twenty, his legs had to be amputated below the knee after an auto accident caused serious complications. Just weeks after the operation, he was climbing up the steps of his college dorm, and within a year, he was winning gold medals in the Paralympics as a multitalented athlete. Between 1981 and 1984, Tynan amassed eighteen gold medals and fourteen world records of which he still holds nine.
The determination instilled in Ronan by his parents, a diminutive couple with gigantic ambitions for their son, soon propelled him to conquer a whole new field. Tynan became the first disabled person ever admitted to the National College of Physical Education. He later became a full-fledged medical doctor, specializing in orthopedic sports injuries, with a degree from prestigious Trinity College.

Ronan won both the John McCormack Cup for Tenor Voice and the BBC talent show Go For It less than one year after beginning the study of voice.  The following year, he won the International Operatic Singing Competition in Maumarde, France.  He made his operatic debut as Pinkerton in Puccini’s Madame Butterfly, and cut his teeth on the concert repertoire in performances of Verdi’s Requiem, Mendelssohn’s Elijah, Handel’s Messiah, Rossini’s Stabat Mater, and Puccini’s Messa di Gloria.  In 1998, Tynan joined Anthony Kearns and John McDermott (later Finbar Wright) as The Irish Tenors, an instant worldwide sensation.  His autobiography Halfway Home was published in February of 2002.
Monday, October 11, 2010

Halloween Cooking Class

Saturday October 23
10:30am - 12:00
PG Rec Center

Kids ages 5 and up will make a Haunted House Cookie, Vampire Cookie Bites, and Purple Potion Drink.

Register by October 18th
$20 non-resident

Women's Dinner - Relief Society

Tuesday, October 12th
6:30 pm
LDS church 

It's going to be a great dinner with soup and bread bowls.  We're going to have some recipes shared and have a few cooking pointers.  Come on out and enjoy.  Nursery will be provided.

Music and Movement

Monday, October 18 - registration begins
Monday, October 25 - classes begins
PG library
Free with current library card

Music and Movement features rhythm, chanting, singing, and movement. This class is designed for children 3-1/2 to 6 years old. All participants need to be potty trained.

Class size: 12 students.
Class Time: 35 minutes each session, with 6 total sessions.

Sorry, no phone or internet registration. Please come in to the library to sign up for this class.

BYU Merit Badge Pow-Wow

Saturday, October 30th and November 13th, 2010
9:00 am - 12:45 pm
Registration closes on October 13th
Brigham Young University

The BYU Merit Badge Pow Wow has been run for more than 50 years and is one of the largest Scout Pow Wows in the United States.

At this PowWow, the general format is group instruction with expert presenters accompanied by merit badge counselors who will work with the Scouts during the PowWow sessions; however, this group experience should be accompanied by parent and local unit attention to each Scout’s projects and his ability to fulfill all merit badge requirements. Attending group instruction does not, by itself, qualify a Scout for any merit badge—he must complete all merit badge requirements as well.

Please check BYU's website for more information.
Sunday, October 10, 2010

Haunted Forest

Weekdays - 7:30 p.m. until 10:00 p.m.
Fridays and Saturdays 7:30 p.m. until 12:00 Midnight

The Haunted Forest isn't like any other haunted house because it takes place in a REAL forest- with all the creepy, natural ambiance to go with it. There aren't any walls to protect you from the horrors that lurk in the trees, and no roof to keep out the howling October winds.

This adventure is not for the faint of heart... With nearly an HOUR of winding trails and mesmerizing "points of interest", this is TWICE as long as the average haunted house. Don't delay the thrill of a lifetime!

TERROR TICKET: Psycho Manor & Haunted Forest & Haunted Mansion Show Combined $20.00
Kids 6 and under FREE
$2 off coupon
Buy tickets on-line here

Tickets prices listed are for cash only. There is a $1 ticket fee for credit card purchased tickets. 

War of The Worlds

October 15-16, 18, 21-23, 25, 28-30
7:30 p.m.
Covey Center for the Arts - Brinton Black Box Theater

War of The Worlds taken from Orson Welles’ actual broadcast by the Mercury Theatre on the Air as heard over the Columbia Broadcasting System, October 30, 1938. The most thrilling drama ever broadcast! From the famous H.G. Wells novel.
Saturday, October 9, 2010

Hee Haw Farms Fall 2010

Corn Maze and Courtyard Activities
M-TH 4 p.m.-10 p.m.
Fri 4 p.m.-11 p.m.
Sat 10 a.m.-11 p.m.
Also open all day Oct 14 & 15 for Fall Break
$8 +tax (3 and older)

A-maze-ing Fun
This year we give a tribute to Leroy, our 11 year old 1200 lb boar, that passed away this year. Find his name cut out in the corn as you travel through twist and turns and decisions points that will have you guessing “How do I get out of here?”

Courtyard Activities
Animal Alley, Animal Train, Corn Box, Corn Cannon, Corn Snake, Mini Maze, Petting Farm, Slides, Kid’s Boo House, BunnyVille, Duck Race, Goat Walk, Hay Jump, Pedal Cars, Pony Rides, Pumpkin Patch, Rump Rope.

Cornevil Night Terrors and Haunted Hayride
Mon 8 p.m.-10 p.m.
Fri & Sat 8 p.m.-11 p.m.
Also open Oct 14, Oct 25-30
$10 +tax (3 and older)

Cornevil Night Terrors
It’s not ‘just’ a haunted cornmaze any more. This new attraction has more thrills and terror as it continues beyond the corn to an added area of haunted woods and haunted swamp. This attraction has its own parking and is located at 100 North 2000 West (just north of Hee Haw Farms).

Back by popular demand is the Haunted Hayride! We are excited for the return of the Haunted Hayride! Take a hayride in the moonlit night through the haunted barnyard never knowing what may be hiding in the old barnyard. This is great for families that have children who want a great Halloween scare but don’t want to brave it on foot. It’s even better for adults and teens alike who have a certain someone to cozy up with for a ride that sure to make you jump and scream.

Special Discounts
Family Corn Maze & all Courtyard Activities $35
Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday only. Up to 6 immediate family (parents + children)

Family Night Specials $75
Mondays only. Up to 6 immediate family (parents + children). Includes Corn Maze, All Courtyard Activities, and Haunted Hayride.

Date Night Special $28
Fridays only. Includes Corn Maze, All Courtyard Activities, 2 FREE Hot Chocolates, and your choice between the Haunted Hayride OR the Cornevil Night Terrors (walk through).

Sign up for coupons here. Purchase tickets on-line here

Ya-Ya Sisterhood Party

Saturday, October 16
6:00-9:00 pm
Thanksgiving Point Emporium

Hosted by B98.7’s radio host Erin, the annual Ya-Ya Sisterhood party will feature palm readers, decorative hats, one-of-a-kind holiday items, tastings from Harvest Restaurant, and fabulous local vendors. Attendees are encouraged to don their most over-the-top finery and baubles. The fancy dresses, gaudy jewelry and feather boas should also be accompanied by extravagant headdresses – and no headdress is too grand or outrageous.


Put on the Ritz
Ruffles, bows, fancy dresses, and feather boas….nothing is too “over-the-top” for the Ya-Ya Sisterhood Party. Have a grand cocktail ring but no fancy parties to wear it to? Get a few more to keep it company and wear it. Frippery, regalia, finery, and baubles are all part of the evening’s magic.

Wear a Headdress
Wearing your own special headdress is the crowning touch, a way to transform the everyday you into an extraordinary Ya-Ya Sister. Making the headdress to express your true, beautiful inner self is all part of the fun. You don’t have to be artistic or even “crafty” to create the most stupendous, outrageous, and unique headdress in the world. Obtain a “base hat” from your closet, the attic, or a vintage shop. Use supplies at hand or visit a craft store.

Princesses and Her Majesties
It’s true that we can’t choose our own name at birth, but we can name ourselves as a member of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood. Come to the Ya-Ya Sisterhood Party with your new name and join us to be officially named in your Very Special Naming Ceremony. The goal is to honor each other, welcome your new name, and celebrate the glorious uniqueness of each one of you.
Friday, October 8, 2010

Chef Class

4:00 - 5:30 pm
PG Rec center

Cook a meal start to finish in this 4 week class
Oct 21 - Monster Toe Dogs, Cheesy Witch Finger Fry & Mud Buddy Witch Hat
Oct 28 - Mummy Calzones, Monster Cake, Swamp Juice
Nov 4 - Chicken & Dumpling, Cobbler Pie (Please bring 1 pie pan and 2 can pie filling)
Nov 11 - Turkey Stuffing Bake, Pumpkin Chocolate chip bread.

Session Cost
$50 Resident
$55 Non-resident
Fee per class $15

Register by Oct. 16th and get $5 off of full class fee.

Museum Munchkins

Wednesday, October 13th
1:00pm – 1:45pm
Hutching Museum 
55 N. Center St. Lehi 
$3 per person 

Daring Dinosaurs and Fun Fossils! Celebrate International Dinosaur Month with us as we discover the fun world of dinosaurs! Share in the fun on the second Wednesday every month when preschoolers can discover the Hutchings Museum through a story, craft, finger play, and short tour in one of our rooms. Children should be accompanied by an adult. Please call 801-768-7180 to let us know if you can attend.
Thursday, October 7, 2010

The Scarlet Pimpernel

The Scarlet Pimpernel
Oct. 14 - Nov. 27

Already a well-known and loved as a book (by Baroness Orczy) and a movie (starring Jane Seymour and Anthony Andrews), this musical adaptation of THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL has it all: love, betrayal, humor, political intrigue, and swashbuckling swordplay all intertwined with stunning costuming, incomparable music, and unforgettable lyrics. Join the hilarity and passion to be found in "seeking here and seeking there" for the ever elusive Pimpernel.

Buy tickets here.

Magical Museum

Friday, October 8th and 9th
5pm – 8:30pm
Hutching Museum
55 N. Center St. Lehi
$3 per person, age 3 & up

How would the “wizarding world” look at the Hutchings Museum?

Come and see as we celebrate the Halloween season with live owls, a scavenger hunt, and enchanted rock puppets on two evenings of magical fun! Watch potions demonstrations, listen to tales of mythical creatures, and meet famous wizards and witches. It will be possible to buy “galleons” (spending money) at $1 each for the wizard marketplace with charmed candy at Honeyduke's Candy Shop, the Magic Stone Store and more.

All are invited to dress in costume for the occasion. The Museum will be closed between 3:00pm to 5:00pm in preparation for the event.
Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Lindsay Aline LIVE in Concert

Saturday, October 9
8:30pm - 10:00pm
Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center
Jeanne' Wagner Theatre

138 West 300 South
Salt Lake City, Utah


Lindsay Aline's (pronounced "ah-leen") music is a fresh and sophisticated blend of rock, pop, and classical genres. Bringing together North American and European vocal techniques, her signature voice is unique in its combination of style and range - Sissel meets Evanescence. Her music is dramatic and mysterious at times - without being dark or negative - and light and lyrical at others. 

As a lyricist, Lindsay probes the human struggle while maintaining an overall hopeful outlook. "Her music makes me happy," is a common comment. Her audience spans a large age range and includes people who appreciate multiple genres of music. Organizers say that the live show will be ratcheted up in energy level over the album released last year. For an album sample, visit:

Tickets are available here.

P.S. For those of you who know the Blodgetts, Lindsay is Julie Blodgett's sister. 

Great Reads for Girls : A Mother-Daughter Book Club

On the second Wednesday of the month join other girls and their mothers or other caring adults for lively discussions, activities, and fun. Girls ages 8 to 16 are encouraged to join. This program is free. Please come in to the library to pick up a copy of the current book.

Wednesday, October 13
7:00 p.m.
PG Library

The Witches by Roald Dahl
A young boy and his Norwegian grandmother, who is an expert on witches, together foil a witches' plot to destroy the world's children by turning them into mice.

November 10 - Al Capone Does My Shirts by Gennifer Choldenko

December - No discussion

January 12 - Everything on a Waffle by Polly Horvath

February 9 -Princess Academy by Shannon Hale

March 9 - Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson

April 6 - Westing Game by Ellen Raskin

May 11 - The Jacket by Andrew Clements