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Moab Happenings Calendar of Events

Moab Happenings March 2018
Cover Art "In The Abyss"
by Patrick Paul Rene

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April 2018

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March Events

Yoga Class Schedules & other Healthy Classes pg 6A

Mar 3 - Apr 29 Bighorn Gallery Exhibit: Between Dream And Reality- working with his emotions, Patrick Paul Rene offers us his vision of the magnificence of light in the American southwest as it changes from day to day, season to season. As a progressive self-taught photographer, Patrick devoted several years to large format photography. He now explores all prospects of the digital era producing a palette of pseudo ‘paintings’ that brings an eclectic update to his traditional photography. Visit the Bighorn Gallery at Dead Horse Point State Park. See article pg 14A and ad on 7A

Mar 22 Community Composting Forum- 6-7:30pm at the Grand County Public Library (Large Meeting Room). Expanding our community’s composting practices & infrastructure is an important topic for many Moabites. Currently, many residents operate their own composting systems or drop off their food waste at local gardens & farms. How can we expand our community composting efforts? How & when can we expand to industrial composting systems? Listen to the perspectives of several community leaders & voice your opinions & suggestions during this public forum hosted by Moonflower Community Co-op.

Mar 23 Castle Valley Book Club - meets at 11am at the Castle Valley Library. Discussing this month's book choice The Last Cowgirl by Jana Richman

Mar 23 Pop Up Roller Rink! 6-9pm at the Old Spanish Trail Pavilion, 3641 S. Highway 191. FREE for locals on final Fridays of the month! Out-of-towners, just $5 for a skate rental. Disco ball? Check. Dance Music? Check check. Classic suede rental skates & roller blades? We've got those too! (Bring your own skates if you got 'em). Skate mate walkers & instruction available. Follow Skate Moab on social media to learn more. This is an all-ages, family-friendly event. See article pg 7A

Mar 23, 24 Magic Night at Moab Backyard Theater- with the hilarious award-winning magic of Rick Boretti. 7pm, $10 adults, $5 for kids over 5. Behind Zax at 56 W. 100 South

Mar 23 Gravel Pit Lanes-
7pm No-Tap Monte Carlo, Moab Style! Call (435) 259-4748 to reserve a spot - only 12 lanes available.1078 Millcreek Drive.

Mar 24 Moab Contra Dance- at the Moab Arts & Recreation Center, 111 E 100 North. No partner or experience needed to dance. Workshop for beginning dancers at 7:30. Live music by The Moab Community Dance Band with Peg Harty, dance caller. $7 suggested donation goes to Grand County school music program

Mar 24 Behind the Rocks Ultra Marathon- designed to highlight the technical slickrock trails of Moab, the views of the Behind the Rocks Wilderness area, & the snow capped La Sal mountains. For more info visit or call 719-429-9501.

Mar 24 & 25 Little Mac Memorial Disc Golf Tournament- at Old City Park, Old City Park Road. Contests, prizes & BBQ. For info: Sean Paul 435-210-1968.

Mar 24 & 25 Pops: Mostly Motown- Hear all of your favorite tunes from Motown’s heyday including groups like the Jackson 5, Al Green, Gladys Knight, Etta James, Whitney Houston & more with multi-talented singer Laurice Lanier for a weekend of unforgettable performances! Saturday at 7:30pm, Sunday 3pm at the Avalon Theatre, Grand Junction. For info: (970) 243-6787 or Brought to you by The Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra.

Mar 24-Apr 1 Easter Jeep Safari - Gathering of full size 4x4 vehicles to run back country trails with guides. Also a trade show with major industry suppliers presenting products for 4x4 vehicles. Full information about the Jeep Safari is available in a colorful magazine found in many locations around town. For more info visit or call 435-259-7625.

Mar 27 Healing the Rhythms of the Womb with Emily Stock- 5:30-7pm at Moab Community Co-op, 39 E. 100 North. In this class we will cover common imbalances that can cause difficulties in the menstrual cycle through examining hormonal changes through the cycle, what factors affect these hormones, & how to make positive change. There are many herbal & nutritional therapies on the path to healing; attendees will leave with many insights & tools to nourish within themselves a balanced cycle. For info: 435-259-5712

Mar 27 Open MIC at Moab Public Library- 6:30-7:45pm, 257 E. Center St. Open to the public & free to attend. Read, sing, play an instrument or listen. For info: 435-259-8477

Mar 27 “Learn the Tranky Doo”- at the Moab Arts & Recreation Center, 111 E. 100 North, 7-8:30 pm. A traditional 1940s-era swing dance. This 4+week progressive class will learn the solo jazz routine that is a standard among swing dancers. No partner necessary. $40 for the series. The class on the 6th is a "get-a-head-start class". More info on Moab Swing Dance Facebook page

Mar 28 Full Moon Program- 7:30-9pm at the Canyon Country Discovery Center, 1117 N. Main St, Monticello. For info: 435-587-2156.

Mar 28 Swing & Blues Dance Night- join us at Club Rio, 2 S. 100 West, 21+. Get out & take advantage of the $5 lesson at 7pm (no experience or partner necessary!), followed by social dance. For info: Moab Swing Dance Community on Facebook. Brought to you by the Moab Swing Dance Community!

Mar 29 Boy Scout Dinner at Old Spanish Trail Arena- come to the Jeep Safari Expo & join the Boy Scounts for this fundraising dinner starting at 5pm. All proceeds go to the local Sout Troops to help pay for the Scouts Summer Camp at Blue Mountain Scout Camp. See article in the Jeep Safari magazine pg 62

Mar 29-30 Moab Jeep Safari Expo- enjoy the indoor & outdoor displays of 4-wheel-drive products on Thursday & Friday 8am-6pm. A giveaway drawing on Friday at 6pm. See section C

Mar 30 Good Friday Church Service-
5:30 pm at Grace Lutheran Church, 360 W. 400 North.

Mar 30 Gravel Pit Lanes- 7pm No-Tap Monte Carlo, Moab Style! Call (435) 259-4748 to reserve a spot - only 12 lanes available.1078 Millcreek Drive.

Mar 30, 31 Magic Night at Moab Backyard Theater- with the hilarious award-winning magic of Rick Boretti. 7pm, $10 adults, $5 for kids over 5. Behind Zax at 56 W. 100 South

Mar 31 Monticello Easter Egg Hunt- hosted by Canyon Country Discovery Center, 11am-2pm, 1117 N Main St, Monticello, UT. For info: 435-587-3235. See ad pg 15A

Mar 31 Full Moon Hike at Dead Horse Point State Park- join a ranger for a hike under the light of the full moon. Arrive around 7:30 & expect an hour long hike over easy terrain. Bring a headlamp or flashlight (but don’t expect to use it), warm clothes for chilly conditions & sturdy hiking footwear. Hike meets at the Visitor Center & will travel a portion of the East Rim Trail. Park entrance fee required.

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