Page numbers refer to the pages in Moab Happenings magazine. It can be downloaded or pick up a paper copy from many businesses in Moab, Salt Lake City or Grand Junction, Colorado.
Until Mar 5 Youth Garden Project's 14th Annual Online Auction Fundraiser- Bidders, are you ready?!? Bid on hundreds of amazing items and experiences, all while supporting garden-based education in Moab. The auction can be found online at
www.biddingforgood.com/youthgardenproject. Thank you to all participating businesses and individuals! (See Auction Closing Party on Mar 5.)
Mar 1 Collections-inspired Craft Night- Make your own Zines: Preserving and sharing stories is at the heart of what museums do—and it's lots of fun for all of us! Join us at the Moab Museum to create a ‘zine’ telling your story. 5–8pm (Art Walk). Zines are homemade mini magazines—collaged, drawn, or otherwise crafted to tell a story. We will have several locally published magazines and publications from our archives to serve as inspiration. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org, 435-259-7985. Regular admission applies, admission is always free for Members.
Mar 1 Moab Art Walk- Free, all-ages downtown celebration of artistry and community, takes place on the first Fridays of March, May, August, and November from 5-8 p.m. Locations exhibit new work every month, featuring local and regional artists exploring a variety of themes and mediums. Expect to encounter raffles, tasty food and drink, artist demonstrations, live music, and more as you stroll around town to each of the locations. Meet and mingle with artists and art enthusiasts, buy a piece of art, and leave feeling inspired to create! For more information, including a map of participating Art Walk locations, monthly show details, and information about accessibility accommodations, please visit www.moabarts.org. See pg 5B.
Mar 1 Live Music: Blu Pig- The Cross-Eyed Possum Band
Mar 1, 2 Live Music at Red Cliffs- Alan & Valerie
Mar 2 Supplement Saturday- Co-op owners, stock up and save on supplements on the first Saturday of every month at Moonflower! All dietary supplements, vitamins, minerals, tinctures, medicinal herbs, and other items in this department will be 10% off for co-op owners only. Synergy products will remain at the same year-round discount for owners. 8am–8pm at Moonflower Co-op
Mar 2 The Trashion Show is Back- Create and wear your own costume made of repurposed materials. Proceeds benefit Resiliency Hub and the CommuniTea Garden. $10 at the door gets you in. This event is for people aged 21 years and up. Contact email@example.com with questions or see our social media pages @resiliencyhub
Mar 2 Live Music: Blu Pig- Jon Budd
Mar 2–3 Delicate Stitchers’ 12th Biennial Quilting in the Red Rocks Quilt Show! - Antique, traditional and art quilts, previous challenge quilts, quilted home décor and wearable art will be on display. At the Grand Center, 182 N. 500 West, Hours: Saturday, Mar 2: 9am to 5pm, and Sunday, Mar 3: 10am to 4pm. Admission, as always, is FREE! See ad page 4A.
Mar 3 Live Music at Red Cliffs- The Butch Cassidies
Mar 5 Auction Closing Party: Join the Youth Garden Project (YGP) at the MARC from 6-9pm to celebrate the final night of our Auction Fundraiser! Peruse and place final bids on hundreds of auction items in person, all while supporting YGP's youth and community programming. Free to attend. More details to come; follow along at www.youthgardenproject.org.
Mar 6 Live Music: Blu Pig- Community Music Night
Mar 7 Dead Horse Point Ranger Program- Stargazing, constellations, stories, and telescope viewing? Yes, please! Star Party at 7:30pm. Join us for a night amongst the stars. We will meet in the parking lot of the Visitor Center.
Mar 7 Live Music: Blu Pig- Dave Mensch
Mar 7, 8 Live Music at Red Cliffs- Neal Middleton
Mar 8, 9 Live Music: Blu Pig- Bob Greenspan & Mama T
Mar 8 Grand Junction Blue Grass Concert- The progressive bluegrass band Yonder Mountain String Band will perform Friday, at the Mesa Theater in downtown Grand Junction. See article pg 8A.
Mar 8–10 Moab Run the Rocks- A three-day trail running race on the legendary singletrack of Moab, Utah! www.moabruntherocks.com
Mar 9 Pints for Parks- Join Friends of Arches & Canyonlands Park for their premier fundraising event of the year. Immerse yourself in live music, savory food, refreshing libations, and a chance to win incredible prizes in our drawing. Your participation directly supports Arches & Canyonlands Search and Rescue missions. It's an exceptional opportunity to enjoy yourself while making a meaningful difference in safeguarding our beloved local National Parks. 4–9pm, at Proper Brewing Company. See ad pg 2A
Mar 9 Cosy Sheridan Concert- Singer songwriter Cosy Sheridan will perform in a solo concert at 7 pm at the Moab Arts & Recreation Center. Tickets. $15 at the door. For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mar 9–12 Skinny Tire Festival- 4-day cycling event is full of amazing scenery and bucket-list-worthy routes. Two days follow the mighty Colorado River corridor, both upstream and downstream. The other two days climb the beautiful canyon roads into Dead Horse Point State Park and Arches National Park. www.skinnytireevents.com
Mar 9 Dead Horse Point Ranger Program- A night you won’t want to miss. The stars are aligning—okay not really. We will be showing how some stars align to make up our constellations. Then we will pull out the telescopes and show you some deep space objects. 7:30pm. Meet in the parking lot of the Visitor Center.
Mar 9 Live Music at Red Cliffs- Dave Steward
Mar 10 Live Music at Red Cliffs- Clayton Yeazle
Mar 12 5% Day for Moab Multicultural Center- Every second Tuesday of the Month, Moonflower donates 5% of the day’s sales to a local organization that furthers our mission of providing socially responsible foods, goods, and education in promotion of a healthy, sustainable community. Join us this month in supporting the MVMC! 8am–8pm at Moonflower Co-op. See ad on Healthy Happenings pg 16A.
Mar 12 Pinyon–Juniper Management on the Colorado Plateau Workshop- 3rd Biennial Colorado Plateau Science & Management Forum. Presented by The Nature Conservancy's Canyonlands Research Center & CO Section of the Society for Range Management. How do we balance management, habitat, and Pinyon–Juniper ecosystem conservation? Learn about the issues and how managers and scientists are dealling with conflicting mangement mandates in the face of global change. 8–4pm. At CSU's Western Colorado Research Campus, 3170 B½ Rd., Grand Junction, CO. Contact: email@example.com. Registration in early 2024.
Mar 13 Trails & Tales Series- Friends of Arches and Canyonlands Parks monthly hiking program starting in March. Inaugural hike features Biologist Sarah Karinen. Registration with spots available for 10 participants. Learn about the diverse environments our Friends Group serves. Tickets available through Friends of Arches and Canyonlands Parks Facebook page.
Mar 13 Live Music: Blu Pig- Community Music Night
Mar 14 Betrayed: Surviving an American Concentration Camp- FREE PBS film screening. The story of a group of Japanese Americans and their incarceration by the U.S. government during World War II. Through the compelling voices of survivors of Minidoka, a concentration camp in the Idaho desert, Betrayed tells a universal story about unjust internment and loss of civil rights. 2pm and 6pm at Moab Museum. See pg 1B.
Mar 14 Spay/Neuter Clinics- Contact the Veterinary Clinic of your choice directly to schedule a time during our next clinic, spaces fill quickly:
Moab Vet Clinic 435-259-8710, Mill Creek Animal Hospital 435-259-2733. $60 Male Cat • $80 Female Cat • $90 Male Dog • $100 Female Dog. Additional charges for animals in heat, pregnant or lactating, cryptorchids, and dogs over 50 pounds. Sponsored by Humane Society of Moab Valley, 435-259-4862, www.moabpets.org
Mar 14, 15, 16 A Smattering of Shakespeare: Scenes, Sonnets & Soliloquies- Presented by The Art Center of Western Colorado with The Theatre Project. At The Art Center, Grand Junction. 7pm. Info and tickets at www.gjartcenter.org or 970-260-7706
Mar 14 Live Music: Blu Pig- Bob Greenspan & Mama T
Mar 14 Live Music at Red Cliffs- Dustin Burley
Mar 14 Dead Horse Point Ranger Program- Solar System Safari at 8pm. Ever wonder how vast our solar system is but didn’t want to take the 12 year rocket ship ride to Neptune? Well join us and we will walk the solar system with you in our much smaller model that will only take about an hour. Meet us out in front of the Visitor Center.
Mar 15 Glen Canyon Rises Moab- An evening of film, storytelling, and music to celebrate the reemergence of Glen Canyon and the Colorado River. Star Hall, 6-9pm. Tickets are $10. Here is the link to learn more and purchase tickets: www.eventbrite.com/e/glen-canyon-rises-moab-tickets-814189872827
Mar 15 Live Music: Blu Pig- Broken Arrow
Mar 15, 16 Live Music at Red Cliffs-
Down in the Roots
Mar 16 Canyonlands Half Marathon- 5 Mile, Half Marathon. Hosted in Moab, Utah, this historic road half marathon boasts world class views! madmooseevents.com See pg 3A. Because of the Half Marathon on the River Road, Hwy 128 is closed to traffic from 7:40am to Noon between Mile Post 14 and Hwy 191. This includes motor vehicles, bicycles, and pedestrian traffic.
Mar 16 Moab Information Center Special Event- HawkWatch International ~ Do birds make your heart soar? Are you a falcon fanatic? Get the chance to meet one of HawkWatch International's Raptor Ambassadors face-to-face, learn their story, and discover lots of cool facts about their species! As outdoor recreation activities continue to grow in popularity, so do opportunities for humans to come into contact with wildlife, like raptors. Join Renata Vazquez from HawkWatch International to learn more about common ways that we encounter raptors while recreating and how best to minimize or avoid these conflicts altogether. This will be an informal meet-and-greet program suitable for all ages. 4:00–5:00pm. At the Moab Information Center!
Mar 16 Magic Show- Rick Boretti, the Four Corners most acclaimed magician. The longest running outdoor magic show in the Southwest! Prepare to laugh be mystified! 7pm. Moab Backyard Theater. Outside food and drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South See article pg 8A.
Mar 16 Live Music: Blu Pig- The Nanites
Mar 17 St. Patrick's Day
Mar 17 Live Music: Blu Pig- The Crooked Rugs
Mar 17 Live Music at Red Cliffs- Donnie Johnson
Mar 18 Science Moab's Birthday Party- Celebrating our 5th year as a non-profit at Proper Brewing from 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm. Tickets and event information:
https://www.tickettailor.com/events/sciencemoab/1132551 and sciencemoab.org
Mar 18 Live Music: Blu Pig- Alma Russ
Mar 19 Live Music: Blu Pig- Summer Like the Season
Mar 20 Dead Horse Point Ranger Program- Sunset Talk: Geology Rocks! at 6:30pm. The landscape here at Dead Horse Point tells a long story of change. Come learn more about the rocks and landscape features that you can see from our world famous overlook. Meet out at the Dead Horse Point Overlook.
Mar 20 Bluegrass Night with Quicksand Soup-High powered music from one of the Four Corners most legendary bluegrass bands. Free admission. 7pm. Moab Backyard Theater. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South. See pg 8A.
Mar 20 Live Music: Blu Pig- Community Music Night
Mar 21 Juniper Drive- Honky Tonk Fusion with a twist. 7pm. Moab Backyard Theater. Free Admission. Outside Food and Drink welcome.
56 W. 100 South. See pg 8A.
Mar 21 Live Music: Blu Pig- Donnie Johnson
Mar 21–22 Banff Center Mountain Film Festival- The Utah Avalanche Center Moab is proud to host the Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour in Moab. The Festival features the year’s best films on mountain sport, culture, and adventure. Join us for one or both nights featuring two completely different programs, allowing for a varied and rich set of films. This year’s films include mountain biking, surfing, skiing, ultra running, white water, and more. 6:30pm doors open at 6pm. Star Hall, 159 E Center St, Moab. The festival is a fundraiser for the UAC's Forecasting, Education, and Awareness programs in Southeast Utah.See ad page 5A.
Mar 21 Live Music at Red Cliffs- Donnie Johnson
Mar 22 Moab Arts Workshops- Community Fence Art, Make Cool Stuff with Pimo. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. location TBD. Free and open to the public. Registration is encouraged but drop ins are welcome. Registration at moabarts.org See pg 5B.
Mar 22, 23 Live Music at Red Cliffs- Dulce
Mar 23 Moab Arts Workshops- Papermaking and an Interactive Demo of the Bike-Powered Beater with Jess Hough. 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Moab Arts. Free and open to the public. Registration is encouraged but drop ins are welcome. Registration at moabarts.org
Mar 22 Magic Show- Rick Boretti, the Four Corners most acclaimed magician. The longest running outdoor magic show in the Southwest! Prepare to laugh be mystified! 7pm. Moab Backyard Theater. Outside food and drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South See pg 8A.
Mar 22, 23 Live Music: Blu Pig- Jim Fish Mountain Country
Mar 23 Service Saturday at Arches- Show your love for Arches National Park by helping clean up litter or pull weeds at a popular parking lot or trailhead! All equipment will be provided and all ages and abilities welcome. Minors must be accompanied by an adult. Location and other details will be determined one week from the date of event.Each participant will receive a special thank-you item for volunteering time to care for the national park. 9am–10:30am. For more information or to sign up, please contact Sofia Nicholson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 435-719-2214.
Mar 23 Behind the Rocks Ultra- 10M, 30K, 50K, 50M. Hosted in Moab, Utah, this trail event gives runners a challenging and unique racing experience. madmooseevents.com
Mar 23 Magic Show- Rick Boretti, the Four Corners most acclaimed magician. The longest running outdoor magic show in the Southwest! Prepare to laugh be mystified! 7pm. Moab Backyard Theater. Outside food and drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South See pg 8A.
Mar 23 Dead Horse Point Ranger Program- Full Moon Hike at 8pm. As the moon is reaching it’s “full” potential come walk by it’s light with one of our rangers. Meet in front of the Visitor Center for a 1 mile hike.
Mar 23–31 Easter Jeep Safari- Consists of trail rides, mostly day long trips, departing from Moab throughout the 9 day long event. The official event is hosted by the Red Rock 4-Wheelers Inc. one of the the local four wheel drive clubs of Moab. Info at www.rr4w.com and jeepsafarimagazine.com See pg 20A.
Mar 24 Live Music: Blu Pig- Chris Baron
Mar 24 Live Music at Red Cliffs- Clayton Yeazle
Mar 25 Live Music: Blu Pig- Lost Buffalo
Mar 26 Intro to Health and Wellness Coaching- Gain momentum around your health goals during this interactive workshop led by three local NBHWC certified Health Coaches.5:30pm-7pm at the MARC on the side patio. Moab Arts, 111 E 100 N, Moab, or inside the Stage Room in case of rain.
Mar 26 Dead Horse Point Ranger Program- Full Moon Hike at 8pm. Join a ranger as we hike by the light of the full moon and learn about the animals that thrive at night. Meet in front of the Visitor Center for a 1 mile hike.
Mar 26 Live Music: Blu Pig- The Chuck Briseno Band
Mar 27 Bluegrass Night with Quicksand Soup-High powered music from one of the Four Corners most legendary bluegrass bands. Free admission. 7pm. Moab Backyard Theater. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South See pg 8A.
Mar 27 Live Music: Blu Pig- Community Music Night
Mar 28 Archives Open House: Behind the Scenes at the Moab Museum- Curious what goes on behind the scenes at the Moab Museum? Interested in seeing local archives, oral histories, and paper collections? Join us upstairs at the Moab Museum for a peek behind the scenes. Volunteer Mindy Lammert will be showcasing a sampling of Grand County people & places from the region’s past using the Moab Museum archives. Museum staff will be on hand to give a tour of the Museum archives, orient visitors to the Mike Ford Research Library, and provide information about the Museum’s new offsite Collections Storage Facility. 2–5pm. See ad pg 2A & article pg 1B.
Mar 28 Moab Museum Presentation- Kimi Hill, Obata family historian and granddaughter of Chiura Obata, will present on The Life and Art of Chiura Obata in the Moab Museum’s South Gallery. 7pm. See article pg 1B.
Mar 28 The Storied Self- Moab’s own home grown story slam event. We are thrilled to partner with the Moab Valley Multicultural Center for Multicultural March for an evening of stories on the theme “Destiny”. You can throw your name in the hat for a chance to tell a 5-7 minute story on the theme or to listen and cheer on storytellers. No experience necessary, no notes, no props, no stand up just your own true story on the night’s theme “Destiny". Reception at 5:30pm, stories start at 7pm. At the MARC, Moab Arts - 111 E 100 N, Moab
Mar 28 Juniper Drive- Honky Tonk Fusion with a twist. 7pm. Moab Backyard Theater. Free Admission. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South. See pg 8A.
Mar 28 Live Music: Blu Pig- Dustin Burley
Mar 28–29 Easter Jeep Safari Expo- Old Spanish Trail Arena. See pg 16B.
Mar 28, 29, 30 Live Music at Red Cliffs- Dave Mensch
Mar 29 Dead Horse Point Ranger Program- Sunset Talk: Desert Colors at 6:45pm. As the sun fills the sky with reds, oranges, and pinks, listen to a ranger as they tell about the other colors you can see in the desert. Meet at the Dead Horse Point Overlook.
Mar 29 Live Music: Blu Pig-
Bob Greenspan & Mama T
Mar 30 Magic Show- Rick Boretti, the Four Corners most acclaimed magician. The longest running outdoor magic show in the Southwest! Prepare to laugh be mystified! 7pm. Moab Backyard Theater. Outside food and drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South. See pg 8A.
Mar 30 Live Music: Blu Pig- Lost Buffalo
Mar 31 Easter
Mar 31 Grand County InterFaith Coalition 5th Sunday Sing-Along- Free, everyone is welcome. 6pm. Hosted by Church of Jesus Christ of LDS at Stake Center on Locust Ln For information: 435-260-8499
Mar 31 Evoke Life's Easter Sunrise Service- 6am–10pm at Old Spanish Trail Arena Pavilion, 3641 S Hwy 191, Moab
Mar 31 Live Music: Blu Pig- Josua Michaud
Apr 4 Moab Information Center Lecture Series- Wildflowers and Repeat Photos—Presented by Joel Tuhy. See how some of our local settings change over the seasons, or across many years, or even...? And see some of the flowers that grow in those settings. 5pm. Free presentation at Moab Information Center, Center and Main Streets.
Apr 5–7 Green River Rocks- A free festival celebrating the geology, paleontology, and archaeology of Southeastern Utah held annually at the John Wesley Powell Museum in Green River, Utah. Come for the expert-led field trips, rockhounding opportunities, artisan market, and much more! www.greenriverrocks.com/ See article pg 10B.
Apr 6 Running Up for Air- Run or hike up and down a beautiful, iconic trail in Moab! See how many laps you can do in 3, 6, or 12 hours. The Up For Air Series brings endurance athletes together to celebrate a shared passion for running, amplify informed dialogue about air quality issues, and support organizations that are working toward solutions. Info: upforairseries.org
Apr 6–8 Moab Rocks- Over three fully supported mountain bike stages—covering 76 miles (123km) and 7,800 feet (2,400m) of elevation—you’ll race on legendary trails like Porcupine Rim and modern classics like Klondike and Mag 7. This is a race, a festival, a family-friendly vacation and an adventure all rolled into one. www.moab-rocks.com See article pg 2B.
Apr 11 Ricky Tims Concert; A Bag Full of Scraps- Ricky Tims is a seasoned pianist performing original music and original arrangements of timeless tunes. He’s also a master comedic storyteller and an inspiring motivational speaker. Through the course of this concert you’ll learn about life, love, loss, and connecting dots. Bring your friends and family, young and old. This entertaining evening is perfect for quilters and non-quilters alike. 7pm, Grand Junction High School. Follow on Facebook: www.facebook.com/rickytims. visit www.sunsetslopequilters.com for details and ticket information.
Apr 12–13 Mesas to Monuments Quilt Show Featured artist is Ricky Tims, quilter, pianist, storyteller. 250+ quilts will be on display. Antique bed turnings will be twice daily in the ballroom, 11am and 3pm. We will have two silent auctions (small quilt and large quilt) with “buy-it-now” feature, quilts for sale, twenty vendors offering a variety of products. Ricky's lectures include LocoMotion and 11 Cool Things, Plus Papaw's Choice, both Friday. Grand Junction Convention Center. Admission $7, 12 and under free. Visit www.sunsetslopequilters.com for details and ticket information.
Apr 12-13 Spring Spruce Up- Grand County Trail Mix sponsors a weekend of service and spring cleaning for our trails, trailheads and recreational resources at locations around Moab. Orientation and work assignments on the evening of Apr 12. Dinner and volunteer party Saturday night. See article pg 3B.
Apr 15–21 Cruise Moab- Toyota Land Cruiser 4×4 event with guided trail runs, vendor showcase, Friday night dinner & raffle.
Apr 18-20 Green River Dirt Bike Rally- Green River Utah (baseball fields on the north end of town). Get your SWAG, and Event Shirt, then stick around and check out our small Vendor Market, Maps of the area, Door Prizes, gear/bike demos and more!
Apr 20 Community Rebuilds annual Spring Extravaganza- Join us and other community members in celebrating an early Earth Day by shopping gently used construction material, furniture, and various home goods. 9am to 1pm. Community Rebuilds, 150 S 200 E, Moab. Info: communityrebuilds.org/pop-up-restore
Apr 20 Amasa Trail Race- 15K, 25K. Hosted in Moab, Utah, this trail event is hosted on world class trails, next to the mighty Colorado River, with expansive mountain and desert views!
Apr 22 Earth Day
Apr 24 Moab Museum Annual Membership Gala- Join us for an evening celebration of the Moab Museum community and partner with us to make Museum programming, special events, and exhibitions possible. Community partners such as yourselves help us to introduce locals and traveling guests alike to our region’s cultural and natural history, and the big stories unfolding today across the region. 6pm–8:30pm. The Grand Center, 182 N 500 W, Moab
Apr 26–27 Moab Car Show & Rod Run- Beautiful vehicles set in a breath-taking location. The car show presents beautiful antique, unique cars and trucks. You can see hundreds of different brands and styles of vehicles. Free admission for spectators. Swanny City Park. moabcarshow.org
Apr 26 Friday Rod Run- to Green River and Ray's Tavern, as part of the Moab Car Show
Apr 28 Sunday Rod Run- on Hwy 128 to Red Cliffs Lodge as part of the Moab Car Show
Apr 27 Service Saturday at Arches- Show your love for Arches National Park by helping clean up litter or pull weeds at a popular parking lot or trailhead! All equipment will be provided and all ages and abilities welcome. Minors must be accompanied by an adult. Location and other details will be determined one week from the date of event.Each participant will receive a special thank-you item for volunteering time to care for the national park. 9am–10:30am. For more information or to sign up, please contact Sofia Nicholson at
email@example.com or 435-719-2214.
Apr 27 Thelma and Louise- 15K, Half Marathon, Marathon, 50K. Hosted in Moab, Utah, this ladies' trail racing experience runs past Picture Frame Arch and next to the Behind the Rocks Wilderness Study Area. madmooseevents.com
Delicate Stitchers Quilt Guild Meeting- Delicate Stitchers Quilt Guild meets monthly the second Tuesday of each month (Oct 10) at the Grand Center, 182 North 500 W. An informal time to visit begins at 6 p.m. The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. Meetings include a lesson and show and tell, when members have a chance to show off their latest projects. For more information, call Deb Slechta, Guild president, at 443-895-6246.
Grand County Public Library's 2nd Wednesday Book Club meets at 6 pm on the 2nd Wednesday of each month. (10/11, 12/13) All are welcome! Call the library at 435-259-1111 to learn more or to reserve a copy of the monthly book selection.
Grand County Public Library's Castle Valley Book Club meets at 9:30 am on the last Friday of each month at the Castle Valley Town Pavilion. (10/27, 11/24, 12/29) All are welcome! Call the library at 435-259-1111 to learn more or to reserve a copy of the monthly book selection.
The Moab Peace Choir - Tuesdays at 6pm
@Hearthspacemoab @Helipadmoab 239 W Center. Connect through the power of your voice, no singing background required. Reach out to Leeya Katrina Shaw on Instagram: @leeyakatrinamusic
Swing Dance Lessons - Wednesday evenings 7–9pm at the MARC, facebook: @moabswingdance
Hardback Radio on KZMU The library teams up with Back of Beyond Books to bring you the latest exciting literary news, and discuss the best of what we're reading. First Monday of every month at 5pm on KZMU radio. 9.1 or 106.7 FM
Moab Taiko Dan, a local drumming group specializing in the art of Japanese drumming, is recruiting beginners. New beginner class beginning Thursday, Nov 9 at 6:00-7:30pm. Center Street Gym. Text 435-201-0209 for info.
Sunday Art Sessions at Red Cliff Lodge
Class includes materials, instruction, and your keepsake masterpiece. Follow us on Social for the weekly scheduled activity. Year Around on Sunday. Session Time: 10-11:30am. $40. www.redcliffslodge.com/activities
Free Community Lunch
Thursdays from 11:30am to 1:00pm at the St. Francis Episcopal Church (250 Kane Creek Boulevard, Moab). Free lunches for all who come by. Homemade soups (always several choices) or sandwiches, bread (chips with sandwiches), dessert, coffee and water. Call St. Francis Episcopal Church at 435 259-5831 for information.
Free Community Food Pantry
Fridays from 5-6:30pm at the St. Francis Episcopal Church (250 Kane Creek Boulevard, Moab) No ID, no name, no address, no personal information needed. We always have canned goods, bagged goods, meat. We often have bread, fresh produce, milk, cheese, fruit juice, eggs. Also personal toiletries, cleaning supplies, diapers, dog food. Feel free to pick up for someone who can't get out, or someone who is working. Call St. Francis Episcopal Church at 435 259-5831 for information.
Moab Valley Multicultural Center Food Pantry
Clients may access the Food Pantry once every two weeks. Schedule:
Mon Wed Thu: 9am-12pm, 1-5pm
Tue: 9am-12pm, 2:30-5pm
LUNCH at the Grand Center,
182 N. 500 W. Noon on Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri under 60: $6.00 over 60: $2.50 suggested donation
Page numbers refer to the pages in Moab Happenings magazine. It can be downloaded or pick up a paper copy from many businesses in Moab, Salt Lake City or Grand Junction, Colorado.