Monday, November 29, 2010

Music Production Fundraiser

Lisa Frost has written an album. WOO HOO! Inspirational, faith-based, neo-soul-jazz-gospel fusion with the objective to spread positivity and the good news of the Gospel of Jesus Christ through music. Her music is unique, uplifting, empowering. It was not written to speak to only those of her faith,... but to those of all faiths and those seeking faith.

She needs to raise money to make this happen. The first fundraiser has officially begun! Her friend and Scentsy consultant, Cindy Steggell, has graciously offered to donate to the cause. Now thru Friday, December 10, all commission made from this Scentsy fundraiser will go toward production/recording of Lisa's music!

Place an order under "Lisa Frost Party" on Cindy's website: Scentsy has some beautiful holiday warmers and delicious holiday scented candle bars that would make wonderful Christmas gifts, as well as all of their fabulous year-round products.

Lisa says Thank You, in advance, for your support.
Saturday, November 27, 2010

David Lanz

December 4, 2010

World-famous solo pianist David Lanz—pioneer, legend, icon and ambassador of the New Age music movement—will present his Christmas concert, featuring seasonal favorites as well as his best-loved pieces like the melodic and haunting “Christofori’s Dream.” His concert sold out so quickly last year we decided to bring him back again!
Friday, November 26, 2010

Super Saturday Activity

Saturday, December 4th
9:00 - 2:30
LDS chapel on 700 S.

This day is jam packed with Crafts and Classes.

In the Cultural Hall from 9:00-12:00 
Temple Picture Craft

In the Relief Society from 9:00 - 2:00
Countdown Blocks, File Folders, Wooden Stars

In the Primary Room from 12:00 - 1:30
12:00 Food Preparedness by Michelle Denna
12:30 Organization by Brigitte Thorne
1:00   Cooking by Renae Salazar
Thursday, November 25, 2010

R.E.A.D. Book Review Group

Thursday, December 2
10:00 am
PG library

84 Charing Cross Road by Helen Hanff. Presented by Tammra Salisbury.

Something new and different for this month! The group will be enjoying the gift of a fun morning together which will include a delightful movie without the stress of preparation for anyone.

First, books that have been made into movies will be discussed and then the group will watch the movie 84 Charing Cross Road in the little theater at the library.

This movie is a unique comedy/drama that is based on a true story. It stars Anthony Hopkins and Anne Bancroft. It tells of the author's correspondence with an English bookseller and the friendship they enjoy through letters for 20 years. Book lovers will enjoy the this as well as those good friends who understand the depth, trust and love that can come from an unexpected relationship.

Feel free to bring a friend. There will also be great treats for the movie. If you'd like, you may bring some of your favorite Christmas candy to share.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

A Christmas Carol

Dec. 1 - Dec. 23

No Christmas Season is complete without the din of family dinners, glorious games, magical mistletoe, caroling carolers, firkins of wassail, and Dickens' timeless characters that embody Christmas cheer: Bob Cratchit, Mr. Scrooge, three Christmas ghosts, and of course, Tiny Tim.

Whether you have seen it once, fifty times, or more, Hale Center Theater Orem invites you to be their guests for an evening as you escape all the noise, commercialism, and greed that have invaded this time of year so you can remember what the season is all about.

Buy tickets here.
Tuesday, November 23, 2010

ZooLight Hours

November 29 - December 31

Closed:12/24 and 12/25
Sunday – Thursday:5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Grounds close at 9 p.m.
Friday – Saturday:5 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Grounds close at 10 p.m.

ZooLights Admission Prices

Seniors (65 and older):$4.00
Children (3 to 12):$4.00
Member Adults:$5.00
Member Seniors (65 and older):$3.00
Member Children (3 to 12):$3.00
Children 2 and younger:Free
Sunday, November 21, 2010

File Folder and Wooden Stars Craft

You can still sign up for these crafts for the Super Saturday Activity on December 4th.  

 $2  for the file folder activities
These little folders that have different matching games and what not in them for younger kids.  
They are great for quiet activities during church or wherever.

$11 for the wooden stars

Money is due Sunday, November 28
Please turn it in to Jill Davis in Gateway Condo #71
Saturday, November 20, 2010

Holiday Lights

November 27 - Dec 28, 2009
(closed Sundays and Christmas day)
6:00 -10:00 pm

December 24
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Electric Park

Holiday Lights, a candy land of color, lights, and cheer this Christmas season. With more than a mile of winding path through one million twinkling lights, giant animated holiday displays and illuminated trees, Holiday Lights is better than ever, blending the favorites of the past and the excitement of new displays. The Christmas Story, as illustrated by Simon Dewey, completes the experience with a beautiful and meaningful nativity.

$8/car (1/2 price for Thanksgiving Point Members)
$2/trolley (per person, 30 person maximum) - $50/reserved trolley
$3/wagon (per person, 35 person maximum) - $90/reserved wagon
*To reserve an entire trolley, wagon, or carriage ride please call 801.768.2300.

Friday, November 19, 2010

Breakfast With Santa - Thanksgiving Point

9 - 11 am - doors open at 8:30 am
Thanksgiving Point Show Barn

Enjoy the Holiday tradition of eating breakfast with Santa Claus, Mrs. Claus, the Gingerbread Man, and Buddy the Elf. There will be crafts, games, cookie decorating and yummy breakfast for all to enjoy.

All children will have the opportunity to visit with Santa. Parents are welcome to take pictures of their kids with Santa or Shutterbugs Photography by Tami will be available as well packages start at $8. and will be printed on-site. Shutterbugs takes cash, Visa or MasterCard.

* Children of all ages need a ticket

* As a special limited time promotion, receive a free pass to Holiday Lights when you purchase tickets for the November 27 Breakfast with Santa! (One pass per transaction)

* High chairs and booster seats need to be purchased and reserved in advance with the Box Office Manager. To do so please call 801.768.4900


* Cinnamon Swirl French Toast
* Scrambled Eggs
* Sausage Links
* Smoked Bacon
* Roasted Red Breakfast Potatoes
* Orange Juice, Milk and Hot Chocolate

· Penguin Oreos
· Marshmallow Snowman
· Reindeer Tootsie Pops
· Plinko
· Grinch Ring Toss
· Christmas Countdown
· Paper Chain
· Write a Letter to Santa
· Face Painting

Keeper Camp

Saturday, December 11
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 (Min 2 people). 
  • Thursday, November 18, 2010

    Candlelight Christmas

    NOVEMBER 26 - 30 & DECEMBER 1 - 30
    (excluding Sunday's and December 24 & 25)
    This is the Place Heritage Park

    It’s hard to describe the magic of Candlelight Christmas.  The Village is decorated like a Currier & Ives card, and you’ll feel like you’ve taken a step back in time when you join us for this enchanting event.

    You’ll enjoy a visit with Father Christmas and see real live reindeer (taking a break from their duties at the North Pole)! In the quiet of the Village the live Nativity scene is sure to touch the hearts of young and old alike. The Heritage Village Carolers return each year for an encore presentation, providing an inspiring backdrop to the glitter of lights, the glow of warm fires and the smells of Christmas.

    Take home a little bit of Christmas by joining in the fun of making crafts and homemade decorations in one of the decorated historic homes or pioneer cabins. And you can save all your holiday shopping for your visit to the Park. The Gift Shop at the Visitors Center and the ZCMI Mercantile have Salt Lake’s best selection of unique, all-occasion gifts for everyone on your list!

    Observe a Christmas like the pioneers did - quieter, simpler, fun for all.
    Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    Count Down Block Craft

    You can still sign up for this craft for the Super Saturday Activity on December 4th.  

     $11 for the Count Down Blocks
    Blocks will be provided. Bring your own stationary to decorate in any theme you like.

    Money is due this Saturday on NOVEMBER 20th to
    Jill Davis in Gateway Condo #71

    Community Book Club - December

    Wednesday, December 15th
    7:30 p.m.
    Host: Cassie Wernli
    Book: Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

    If you’re interested in attending these “BOM”meetings, contact Raven Haymond at
    Tuesday, November 16, 2010

    I know He lives Musical Fireside

    Sunday, November 21st
    7:00 p.m.
    LDS Chapel on 700 S

    Come enjoy an uplifting evening of beautiful music and messages of faith and hope in our Savior, Jesus Christ.

    A nursery will be provided for children under the age of 5.

    Santa's Elves arrive @ Gardner Village

    Nov 18, 2010 through Thru Dec 31, 2010
    Gardner Village

    The North Pole elves are back for the holidays to fill your heart with delight. The collection of pointy-eared displays will charm you as they help Santa prepare for the season. Bring the camera and kids and capture the magic of Christmas in photos and memories.
    Monday, November 15, 2010

    4th Annual Chili Cook Off

    Saturday, November 21st
    5:00 p.m.

    Contestants will wow us with their chili of these varieties:  traditional, chicken, spicy and vegetarian.
    Hamburgers and hot dogs will also be available.

    Join us for a rootin' tootin' good time!

    Deseret Chamber Singers Fall Concert - "Sing Joyfully!"

    Friday, November 19
    8:00 PM
    Provo Community Congregational United Church of Christ
    175 N University Ave, Provo

    The Deseret Chamber Singers are pleased to announce their Fall Concert,"Sing Joyfully!" Come and enjoy exquisite choral music, including works by Thomas Tomkins, Edwin Fissinger, and RenĂ© Clausen, under the musical direction of Dr. Timothy Workman. We look forward to seeing you! 

    Admission: $10 suggested donation

    Saturday, November 20:
    8:00 PM
    First Baptist Church of Salt Lake City
    777 South 1300 East, Salt Lake City

    *SAVE THE DATE: Handel's "Messiah," Dec 17-18
    Sunday, November 14, 2010

    Temple Picture Craft

    You can still sign up for this craft for the Super Saturday Activity on December 4th.  
    To get an accurate count for the company teaching this craft,
     $50 is due this Wednesday on NOVEMBER 17th to
    Miriam Andrus in Gateway Condo #94.

    Community Book Club - November

    Wednesday, November 17th
    7:30 p.m.
    Host: Jody Kyburz
    Book: Baking Cakes in Kigali by Gaile Parkin

    If you’re interested in attending these “BOM”meetings, contact Raven Haymond at
    Saturday, November 13, 2010

    Moonlight Madness

    Nov 20, 2010
    6:00 pm to Midgnight
    Gardner Village

    It's a late night delight at Gardner Village! Receive incredible discounts, coupons and prizes at all of our retail shops. Grab some friends and have a ball at our bargain bash!
    Friday, November 12, 2010

    Eat Like a Pilgrim

    November 19, 20 & 22
    6 pm (doors open a 5:30 pm)
    Thanksgiving Point - Show Barn

    $25/adult ($30 day-of)
    $15/child (ages 3-12) ($20 day-of)
    *No charge for children age 2 and under on laps
    **10% discount for Thanksgiving Point Members

    The Show Barn will be transformed to immerse you in the culture of the very first Thanksgiving, complete with the sights, sounds, and foods of the 17th century. Upon arrival, you’ll receive biographical information about one of the pilgrims who attended the first Thanksgiving. You’ll spend an evening seeing life through this person’s eyes as you take a step back into early America. Young ones will delight in traditional games and activities and barnyard visitors.
    Thursday, November 11, 2010

    Harry Potter & The Deathly Hollows Party

    November 18, 2010
    8 pm - midnight
    Thanksgiving Point
    Museum of Ancient Life - Amber Room

    $15/Per Person

    Celebrate the Deathly Hallows Part I Premier by stepping in to the wizarding world at the Museum of Ancient Life. Partake in a scavenger hunt for the hidden horcruxes, dress the part and enter the costume contest or try your hand at Harry Potter Trivia. Wizard Woodruff will be on hand with his owls to delight the crowd. Shop in Diaganon Alley for Potter inspired paraphernalia. The Amber Room will be transformed with witchcraft and wizardry you will enjoy your chance to win door prizes, hands on activities and Potter inspired snacks. Party goers will be sorted in to their house and get to make their own wand.

    *if you have purchased tickets to a midnight showing of Harry Potter 7 at the Thanksgiving Point Megaplex or Mammoth Screen you are eligible to purchase a $12 party ticket. Please bring your movie ticket/receipt to the Thanksgiving Point Box Office to receive your discount.

    Man Expo

    11/12/2010 - 11/13/2010
    South Towne Expo Center
    Sandy UT

    Only $15 at the door. Men, women, and children are all welcome! 
    Bring in some cans of food to donate to the Utah Food Bank. Get $1 off per can. ($2/person max)

    ALL THINGS MAN! Over 200 exhibitors, occupying over 90,000 square feet, displaying the latest and greatest products and services. There will literally be something for every man!

    Free Give-a-ways
    Over $400,000 in free prizes and give-a-ways
    Just by wearing a Man Expo t-shirt at the event, someone will walk out with $1,000 CASH!
    Special prizes for our Facebook fans. If you’re not a fan, you should be.
    Most exhibitors will also be giving away their own gifts and prizes.

    Featured Attractions include:

    Monday, November 8, 2010

    Kids Pie Class

    Tuesday, November 23
    4:00 - 5:30 pm
    Rec Center
    for Ages 5 & up

    Register by Nov. 15
    $15 Resident
    $20 Non resident

    Let the kids help with the holiday cooking. Each child will make two pies: one fruit and one cream pie. Bring 2 cans of fruit pie filling & 1 pie can.
    Friday, November 5, 2010

    Computer Class - Tips and Tricks for Using the Library's Catalog

    Friday, November 12
    7:00 p.m.
    PG Library

    Learn how to check your library account, search for an item, put a book on hold, see where you are on a request list, and other helpful tips for getting the most from the library's catalog.

    Class is free, but limited to 10 people.

    Call the library at 801-785-3950
    Come in to the library to sign up.
    Questions? Ask for Cindy or Andrea.

    To Scrap or Not Overnighter

    Slumber Party Madness
    November 12 &13
    Friday 4:00 pm  - Saturday 9:00 pm
    PG rec Center

    A night and day to work on your scrapbook as well as other projects. Bring your sleeping gear, blow mattress, pj's and supplies. Prizes awarded for the best dressed group and individual. Sign up 5 friends and get in free.

    $20 both days (includes dinner & brunch)
    $12 Friday 4:00 - Sat 9:00 am (includes dinner)
    $12 Saturday 9:00 am - 9:00 pm (includes brunch)
    Tuesday, November 2, 2010

    Talkin' Turkey

    Tuesday, November 9                 
    9:30 AM – 12:00 PM

    $20.00 per child (10% discount for members)

    Practice your turkey calls for this fall class. We’ll soar through the wonderful world of birds as we focus our attention favorite feathered friend of the season and his winged cousins!

    Each program features theme animals with guided tours, art activities, songs, snacks and special experiences. Adults attend with children ages 3-5.

    • No older or younger siblings allowed.
    • Children registered for the Pre-K sessions must be age 3 by the date the class session begins.
    • We reserve the right to cancel the registrations of children registered in sessions that do not match their age/grade.