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Sep 12-14 San Juan ATV Safari- an incredible three-day adventure that will leave you breathless. From the top of the Blue Mountains in the center of San Juan County to the depths of the surrounding canyons. For info: sanjuansafari.com. See ad pg 11C
Sep 13 Dancing with the Moab Stars- is an action-packed dance competition based on the hit TV series “Dancing with the Stars”. It showcases Moab’s incredibly talented & generous community while bringing together a diverse cross section of people for an evening of frivolity & culture. 7pm at Grand County High School auditorium. Tickets available at Moab Valley Multicultural Center. See ad & article pg 18A
Sep 13 Sarah McQuaid in Concert- 7:30pm at the Moab Arts & Recreation Center, 111 E. 100 North. Suggested donation $20- more if you can, less if you can't. For info: sarahmcquaid.com
Sep 13, 14 Magic Night Downtown- with the hilarious award-winning magic of Rick Boretti. 7pm at Moab Backyard Theater, behind Zax at 56W 100 South. See ad pg 3B
Sep 14 50th Anniversary of Slickrock Bike Trail- join in celebrating the Slickrock Bike Trails' impact on Moab. See article pg 1C & ad pg 1B
Sep 14 The Edge of the Cedars State Park - When Lightning Strikes Twice: A Novel Approach to Associating Rock Art Images and Fulgurites. Lecture presented by archaeological researcher John Pitts- Due to an accidental discovery of lightning bolt strikes on boulders and cliffs, the research done by John Pitts has begun to reveal an association between those white lines (fulgurites) and rock art panels found nearby. 2pm at Edge of the Cedars State Park Museum, Blanding, Utah. Free and open to the public.
Sep 14 Moab Art Walk- 5-8pm on the second Saturdays in September, October & November. See ad & article pg 7A
Sep 14 Gallery Moab Artists Reception- 5-8pm, 87 N. Main St, featuring artists Helen Becker & Mary Collar. See article pg 6A
Sep 14 Second Saturday Swing!- 8-10 pm at the Moab Arts & Recreation Center. Out for the Art Walk? Join us for some fun swing dancing! No experience or partner necessary. Beginner lesson at 8 pm. Big Band-era DJ music till 10. $5 suggested donation. More info at facebook.com/moabswingdance
Sep 14 Contra Dance- 8pm, with a workshop for beginning dancers at 7:30. Peg Harty is the dance caller. Everyone’s welcome! If you’re a swing dancer or an art walker (two other events happening the same night), we hope you’ll join us for a few contras! $7 suggested donation benefits Grand County school music programs. Live music by the Moab Community Dance Band. For more info, check out Moab Community Dance Band’s facebook page or call 516-376-8003.
Sep 14 Harvest Brew Fest- a benefit for Montezuma Land Conservancy. 4-9pm at the Parque de Vida in Cortez, CO.
Sep 14 Canyon Country Discovery Center- Full Moon 8-9:30pm. Come learn about myths, history & more. For info: 435-587-2156. See ad pg 8A
Sep 15 First Ever Community Family Fair - 1-5pm at the Moab Seventh-day Adventist Church, 4581 Spanish Valley Drive. Children’s games, yummy food, bake sale, Fire Truck, School-bus, cooking demos, family resources for health & safety. Connecting families with community resources that build faith, healthy living, safety, & friendship. For info: 435-259-5545 See ad pg 4B
Sep 15 Peace Run Team at Arches- Members of the women's global Peace Run Team will offer a presentation at the Visitor Center at 9:30 am. Community members will have an opportunity to hold the torch and make a wish for peace. For info: 505-412-3132. See article pg 4C
Sep 16, 23, 30 Posture Fitness Class- 11:30am-12:30pm at the Moab Recreation & Aquatic Center, 374 Park Ave. First class FREE for newbies. For info: Jessica Kisiel 505-412-3132
Sep 16 Free Movie Screening 3100: Run and Become- 6 pm at Star Hall, 159 E. Center. This movie documents the most elusive, elite multi-day race in the world, the Self-transcendence 3100 Mile Race. This race is held around one square sidewalk block (0.56 miles) & requires at least 59 miles a day for 52 straight days to complete the event. Post screening Q & A with the only 2019 female participant & two time finisher, Harita Davies. For Info: 505.412.3132.
Sep 16, 23, 30 and Oct 7 Free Childbirth Classes- Monday evenings. 6:30pm - 8:30pm in Education Room 2 at Moab Regional Hospital. Meet Moab Regional Hospital's Dedicated OB Nursing Staff: Connie Wilson, Naomi Helquist, Rosanne Lewis, and Tiffany Butler along with Guest Speakers: Emily Stock (Doula), Tammy Tucker (Registered Nurse), and Terry Galen (Clinical Social Worker). Light Dinner Provided. Call Naomi Helquist, RN at 435.210.0895
Sep 17, 24 Sheng Zhen Tuesdays with Lisa- at the Grand Center Vitality room, 182 N. 500 West. Relax the body, quiet the mind with simple easy movements from a chair 1-1:45pm. Standing forms of practice is 2-3pm good for overall health, strength & balance. For info: 435-260-9678. See Health Classes pg 5B
Sep 17, 24 Produce Stand Collective- 4:30-7pm for locally grown produce. Youth Garden Project patio, 530 S. 400 East. For info: 435-259-2326. See ad pg 12B
Sep 17 Free Meditation Class- offered by the Sri Chinmoy Centre. Experience the peace of meditation, music, visualization & mantra.
5:30 pm at the Moab Recreation & Aquatics Center. Reservations are appreciated although not required. For info: 505.412.3132.
See ad pg 6C
Sep 17, 24 Tuesday Night Swing Roulette- 7pm at the Moab Arts & Recreation Center, 111 E. 100 North. Join us for a beginner-friendly lesson each week. Each week will build into a choreographed routine including some solo & partner moves. All ages & abilities welcome. $10 per week. Join in for any or all. More information at facebook.com/moabswingdance
Sep 18, 25 Yoga with Star- 11:30-12:45pm at Moab Recreation & Aquatic Center, 374 N Park Ave. Props available. Contact Star Kolb email@example.com 406-291-6408
Sep 18 Moab Speaks- Noon-1pm at Zions Bank, 330 S. Main Street. Improve your public speaking & leadership skills. For info: facebook.com/MoabSpeaks
Sep 18 Moab Poets & Writers Open Mic - Come enjoy an open mic session in partnership with the Moab Poets & Writers. Share some writing of your own or come listen to local artists share their work. Light refreshments will be served. 6pm, Moab Library Large meeting room. 257 E. Center St. Moab.
Sep 18, 25 Daughters of the Utah Pioneers- meet every Wednesday from 2-3pm at the historic building between the City offices & Center St Gym.
Sep 18 What Can Go Wrong when they Don't Belong?- 7-9pm at Moab Arts & Recreation Center, 111 E. 100 North. Mountain Goats are one of the most iconic animals of high mountain ranges but the non-native goats are wreaking havoc on the La Sals' alpine plant community. Join us for stories about why these two species are wrong for our local National Forest & what is being done to remove these threats. Brought to you by Grand Canyon Trust. For info: 435-259-6272
Sep 18-22 Festival of Science- held every fall, serves to connect and inspire the citizens of southeastern Utah with the wonders of science & the thrill of scientific discovery. See schedule of events on pg 13B
Sep 18 Weed & Feed at Youth Garden Project- 6pm at 530 S. 400 East, next to the high school. Join the Youth Garden Project twice a month during the growing season for light weeding & garden work followed by a garden fresh meal. Meet on the patio - no RSVP required! A great way to volunteer, socialize, & skip cooking while eating healthy! For info: 435-259-2326
Sep 18 Free Screening of SkyGlow- 6pm at Star Hall, 159 E. Center St. Join us for a visually arresting night of film & conversation with renowned filmmaker Harun Mehmedinović. SkyGlow, is a timelapse video series exploring North America’s night skies & the threat of light pollution to our fragile environment. More info: skyglowproject.com. Presented in partnership with the Moab Festival of Science. See article pg 13B, ad pg 9A
Sep 19, 26 Posture Fitness Class- 11:30am-12:30pm at the Moab Recreation & Aquatic Center, 374 Park Ave. First class FREE for newbies. For info: Jessica Kisiel 505-412-3132
Sep 19 David Vaughn: A Fran and Terby Barnes View of the Moab area & Beyond- this is a look at a sampling of the estimated 30 thousand photos and slides in the collection that Terby donated to the Museum of Moab in 2005. The collection covers the area from Arches to Chaco & from Telluride to Cedar City. Some depict sites now flooded by Lake Powell and others are of the enduring landscape they adopted as home. 6pm at the Moab Information Center, corner of Main & Center Streets. Sponsored by Canyonlands Natural History Association (CNHA) & Moab Museum.
Sep 19 Imagining a Creative Reuse Center in Moab- 6-8pm at the Community Recycle Center (CRC), 1000 Sand Flats Rd. Join the Resiliency Hub as we welcome the staff of the Clever Octopus, Utah's only active creative reuse center, as well as the Solid Waste District board & staff, Wabi Sabi, the MARC, & other community partners to envision Moab-based creative reuse center housed at the CRC. For info: 281-793-6688
Sep 19 Media Mix & Mingle- 7-9pm at The Parlor (behind Moab Garage Company). Work in Film? Want to work in Production? Interested in connecting with other media professionals? Come schmooze with us. For info: 435-259-4341
Sep 19 Author event, The Delightful Horror of Family Birding: And Other Essays about Sharing Nature with the Next Generation- 7pm in the Moab Library, 257 E. Center. Biologist, author, & birdwatcher, Eli Knapp, will visit Moab to discuss his book. The event is presented in partnership with Utah Humanities & Moab Festival of Science. See article pg 13B
Sep 19-22 Mother of All Boogies -inviting skydivers from all over the world to converge on beautiful Moab for 4 full days of high altitude skydiving from turbine aircraft! Non-skydivers are welcome as spectators & will have the opportunity to make a tandem skydive during the event. For info: motherofallboogies.com or call 435-259-5867. See article pg 1B, ad pg 6C
Sep 20 Science Mingle- 6pm on the lawn at Moab Museum, 118 E. Center St. See article pg 4C
Sep 20 One River, Many Voices: A Source to Sea Expedition- 7pm at Star Hall. Mike & Jenny Fiebig, Moab Festival of Science keynote speakers, will discuss their 2018 boating tour from the Wind River Range down to Mexico. Last year, they began a journey in Wyoming’s Wind River Mountains & spent the next 5 months in canoes, a dory, & packrafts paddling to the sea. They provided curriculum to schools as they went, interviewed local folks along the way, & wrote a new chapter in the story of human interaction with water in the west. Presented in partnership with USU Center for Colorado River Studies. For info: 435-259-1111. See article pg 13B
Sep 20-21 Green River Melon Days Festival- see ad & schedule of events on pg 12B
Sep 20, 21 Magic Night Downtown- with the hilarious award-winning magic of Rick Boretti. 7pm at Moab Backyard Theater, behind Zax at 56W 100 South. See ad pg 3B
Sep 21 The Youth Garden Project Harvest Festival- a celebration of fun, food, & the fall harvest! Activities for all ages, farm-fresh food, produce contest exhibition, live music, & more! 3-7pm at YGP 530 S 400 E. For info: 435-259-2326. See article & ad pg 12B
Sep 21 Star Party At Arches National Park- 6pm -11pm. Rangers from around the Colorado Plateau will celebrate Arches National Park's certification as an international dark sky park. Learn about the importance of dark night skies. We'll have telescopes available to view distant night sky objects. Free shuttles available. Meet at Arches Visitor Center for location information or check details online at www.nps.gov/arch. See article pg 13B
Sep 21-22 Moab Century Tour- sends road cyclists across Moab’s unique topography including over mountain passes, through canyons, & along the mighty Colorado River. This annual event donates to regional cancer survivorship beneficiaries. For info: skinnytireevents.com. See article pg 4C, ad pg 2A
Sep 24 Author event with James D’Arc- 7pm at the Moab Library, 259 E. Center St. James D’Arc, author of “When Hollywood Came to Utah,” will discuss the history of the film industry in Utah including inside scoops from on & off sets, fun facts for movie buffs, & anecdotes about interactions between Utah locals with actors & crew. The event is presented in partnership with Utah Humanities. For info: 435-259-1111
Sep 25-28 Moab Pride Festival- events include workshops, improv, music & dance, drag performances, poetry slam and Visibility March. See article 14B & ad pg 5B
Sep 26 Anna Arsic: Exploring the Impacts of Student Participation in Canyon Country Outdoor Education- Canyon Country Outdoor Education (CCOE) is a National Park Service environmental education program in partnership with local elementary schools in Southeast Utah. The program consists of kindergarten through sixth-grade classroom visits & field trips to Arches & Canyonlands National Parks & other local public lands. This thesis presentation will reveal the impacts CCOE has had on student participants six years after they have experienced the program. 6pm at the Moab Information Center, corner of Main & Center Streets. Sponsored by Canyonlands Natural History Association (CNHA) & Moab Museum.
Sep 26 Free Film Screening: Alaska is a Drag- 6:30pm at Star Hall, 159 E. Center. Sponsored by Moab to Monument Valley Film Commission. This film is one in a series of Moab Indie Films. Stay tuned! For info: 435-259-4341. See ad pg 14B
Sep 27 National Public Lands Day- 4:30-7:30pm At the Moab Information Center on the corner of Center and Main St. Live music, treats, and Partner appreciation, including the National Park Service, US Forest Service, and the Bureau of Land Management. Special lecture by Walt Dabney 6:00pm. Fun for all ages. All events are open to the public. See ad pg 14A
Sep 27 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. 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.
Sep 27 Spit Love! A Queer Poetry Slam- 6pm at Star Hall, 159 E. Center. See article 14B, ad pg 5B
Sep 27 Orange Party! 9pm at Woody's Tavern, 221 S Main St. See article pg 14B, ad pg 5B
Sep 27-29 Moab Pride Festival- engenders open communication, education, visibility, & safe spaces to meet, create, & be authentic. For info: moabpride.com
Sep 27, 28 Magic Night Downtown- with the hilarious award-winning magic of Rick Boretti. 7pm at Moab Backyard Theater, behind Zax at 56W 100 South. See ad pg 3B
Sep 27, 28 Barrel For Bucks- come watch some of the fastest horses & their riders compete for top spot in the popular sport of Barrel Racing! It is free to come & watch, we love the support! Old Spanish Trail Arena, 3641 S. Hwy 191. For info: (970) 210-6712
Sep 28 National Park Service Fee Free Day
Sep 28 Moab Pride Visibility March! 1pm at Swanny City Park, 100 West & 400 North. See ad pg 2B & article pg 14B
Sep 28 Pranayama & Meditation Workshop with Lily Houghton- 3-5pm. Join Lily for a New Moon practice that will transition you into the new season. A yoga workshop of movement, pranayama(breath work) & meditation techniques. To enroll: Moab Yoga 37E Center St. 435-259-2455. www.moabyoga.com
Sep 28 River Runners Hall of Fame- 4pm at John Wesley Powell River History Museum, 1765 W. Main St. Green River UT. For info: 435-564-3427. See article & ad pg 14C
Sep 28 MountainFilm on Tour- 6:30pm at Historic Star Hall, 159 E. Center St. Mountainfilm travels year-round & worldwide with a selection of current and best-loved films from the annual festival in Telluride. For info: mountainfilm.org
Sep 28 Canyon Country Discovery Center- New Moon 7:30-9pm. Come see some of our dimmest objects in the night sky. For info: 435-587-2156. See ad pg 8A
Oct 2 Weed & Feed at Youth Garden Project- 6pm at 530 S. 400 East, next to the high school. Join the Youth Garden Project twice a month during the growing season for light weeding & garden work followed by a garden fresh meal. Meet on the patio - no RSVP required! A great way to volunteer, socialize, & skip cooking while eating healthy! For info: 435-259-2326
Oct 3 Documentary Film: Empowering Women in Nepal & Guatemala- a trip of a lifetime mountain biking in an epic location to support local female mountain bikers! For info: www.world-ride.com
Oct 3 Author Event at Back of Beyond Bookstore- 7pm, 83 N. Main St. Meet authors Scott Graham & Joseph Greaves. For info: 435-259-5154
Oct 4- 6 Outerbike- test ride all of the latest & greatest bikes & gear on the world-class trails of Moab, Utah. For three to four days, the world’s premier bike & gear manufacturers set up at the Outerbike expo site. You can browse the latest innovations, pick a bike you’d like to try & take it for a ride. Repeat as needed. It’s the most fun weekend in town!
Oct 5 Canyon Country Discovery Center- Observe the Moon Night 7-8:30pm. Come view the moon with us. For info: 435-587-2156.
Oct 5-6 Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour- features the year’s best films on mountain sports, culture, & adventure. This is the 16th straight year of Banff in Moab. The perfect place to absorb all the scenery, action & adrenaline packed into the event. There will be no repeated films over the two nights. At 7:00 p.m. (doors open at 6:15) Grand County High School (608 S 400 East).
Oct 5-12 Red Rock Arts Festival- celebrates open air painting in breathtaking Moab environments. The colorful, week-long gathering of artists and art lovers features workshops, competitions, awards, public art sales, & culminates with a street festival celebration. For info: redrocksartfestival.com
Oct 6 Imagine: Remembering the Fab Four! 7pm at Star Hall, 159 E. Center St. A Beatles tribute band touring the U.S., China, and other countries to bring their famed music to new generations! For info: 435-259-7386
Oct 6 Paint & Float with Canyonlands Field Institute- join us for this full day of rafting down the Colorado River & stopping to paint along the way. Don't miss this spectacular opportunity to paint some of the most beautivul scenery in Moab. For info: 435-259-6272
Oct 6-Nov 24 Feel Good Yoga: 8 week Beginners Series with Sharon Brussel-
Sundays 4-5:15pm $70 for series, drop-ins welcome.
Are you intimidated by yoga, think you are too stiff or just can’t “do” yoga?
Then this is the class for you!
This series will promote fun-while breathing, stretching, and relaxing together. We will cover basic poses while using props to create a strong foundation and proper alignment. This series will center our hearts and minds. You will feel good! Mats and props provided. Moab Yoga 37E Center St. www.moabyoga.com 435-259-2455
Oct 9 Saxophone Concert & Plein Air Awards Ceremony- 7pm at the Moab Arts & Recreation Center, 111 E. 100 North. Jazz music with saxophone player Jeff Gutierrez. For info: 435-259-6272
Oct 9 Creating Green & Resilient Homes & Neighborhoods in the Pacific Northwest- 6 to 7:30pm at Moab Public Library, 257 E. Center St. Free powerpoint presentation by Jan Spencer from Eugene, Oregon. Permaculture meets urban land use. Repurposing suburbia & the consumer culture. Uplifting stories & images. For info: suburbanpermaculture.org or 435-259-1111
Oct 10 StorySlam- 6pm at the Moab Arts & Recreation Center, 111 E. 100 North. Up to 10 participants will be drawn from a hat to tell a 5 minute true personal story, without notes, based on the theme for the night. Share your own story or come hear stories from fellow community members. For info: 954-663-7443
Oct 10 Spencer Stokes: The Heart of the World- the Colorado Plateau is one of the most striking regions in the world and has the highest concentration of national parks in the United States. What makes this area so unique? Dead Horse Point State Park's ranger discusses how unique geological process produced such a varied region of unparalleled beauty. 6pm at the Moab Information Center, corner of Main & Center Streets. Sponsored by Canyonlands Natural History Association (CNHA) & Moab Museum.
Oct 11 Piano Concert with Mitchell Stevens- 7pm at the Moab Arts & Recreation Center, 111 E. Center St. For info: 435-259-6272
Oct 11 Musical Story Time - The Moab Music Festival invite you and your little ones to join us for our next Musical Story Time! As always, Musical Story Time is FREE, and suitable for newborns through early elementary students. October's musical guest will be announced later this month! Please plan on joining us for live music, stories, and a music themed craft. 10:30am at the Moab Library, 257 E Center St. Moab for more info call 435-259-1111
Oct 22 - Nov 26. Yamuna Ball Rolling with Elizabeth Lamoureux. 6 week series - Tuesdays 9-10:15am. Want to feel better in your body? Come and explore the benefits of Yamuna Body Rolling. YBR uses different size and textured balls to help lengthen, strengthen, release tension and organize the body head to toe. YBR is good for any body looking for a sense of reedom. Elizabeth has been practicing Structural Integration for 16 years. She is also a Life Coach and is currently studying Biodynamic Cranial Sacral work. Elizabeth brings her knowledge and passion for living in a body to her teachings.
Moab Yoga 37E Center St. www.moabyoga.com 435-259-2455
Oct 12 Moab Art Walk- 5-8pm on the second Saturdays in June, September, October & November.
Oct 12 Film Premiere: The Unfinished Fight of Seldom Seen Sleight- 7pm at Star Hall, 159 E. Center. Suggested donation $10. For info: 435-260-2523
Oct 16 Author Event at Back of Beyond Bookstore- 7pm, 83 N. Main St. Meet Rebecca Lawton featuring her book The Oasis This Time: Living & Dying with Water in the West. For info: 435-259-5154
Oct 17-20 Bluff Arts Festival- every fall, the small town of Bluff in southeast Utah host the Bluff Arts Festival to showcase the work of local artists, as well as to encourage even more artistic expression through numerous workshops. The 15th Annual Bluff Arts Festival will be held will include storytelling, workshops, a two-day Artist Market, a film festival, live music, and local food. For more information, visit www.bluffartsfestival.org.
Oct 17-20 Cedar Mesa & Comb Ridge Archaeology- join Canyonland Field Institute (CFI) & guest archaeologists to learn about this fascinating area & the human history that spans thousands of years. For info: 435-259-7750
Oct 18 Back of Beyond Bookstore Author Event- 7pm at Star Hall, 159 E. Center. Join Utah & Colorado writers Craig Childs, Zak Podmore, & Amy Irvine in discussion about defending the beloved & contentious landscapes of the modern American West through art, conversation, personal/political action, and beyond. For info: 435-259-5154
Oct 19 Castle Valley Gourd Festival- bring the family to see & buy gourd art, tractor parade, kids’ tent, adult hands-on gourd decoration. Bring a dish to share at the potluck. Puppet show & face painting plus silent auction. Free admission. Starts at 10am with parade at 11am; closing by 3pm. Please, no dogs. For info: gourdfestival.blogspot.com.
Oct 21 Canyon Country Discovery Center- Uranus 7-8pm. Come learn about the furthest planet in our solar system. For info: 435-587-2156. See ad pg
Oct 24-27 Moab Ho Down- Come celebrate the sport of mountain biking. Event is 100% non-profit & benefits the Moab Bike Park. Bike Riding, Enduro Racing, Jump Jamming, Partying, & Bike Movie Watching! Sign up early to make sure you get a spot. Presented by the Chile Pepper Bike Shop. For info: moabhodown.com
Oct 25-28 Ayurveda Workshops and Personal Consultations with Radha Schwaller. Do you desire to a gentle and attainable journey to health? Explore the power of the ancient techniques of Ayurveda, which literally translates to "Science of Life". A modality that utilizes herbs, breathing techniques, mantra, meditation, movement and more. Join Radha and Moab Yoga for a weekend of awakening and stabilizing the mind, body, and spirit.
Moab Yoga 37E Center St. www.moabyoga.com 435-259-2455
Oct 27 Day of the Dead or Festival del Día de Muertos is a deeply meaningful celebration of life which honors the spirits of loved ones who have passed away. Per some people’s cultural beliefs, it is when those spirits return to earth to visit the living. MVMC’s festival falls on the Sunday closest to the actual holiday (Nov. 1 and 2) & features brightly decorated altars as well as a kid tent, traditional Latin cuisine, live mariachi, & folk art galore. Starts at 10am at Moab Valley Multicultural Center.
Oct 27- Nov 1 Moab Folk Camp- experience a community of music & song in the spectacular red rock country of southeastern Utah. We offer a supportive environment where adults can experience the joy of making music & learning new skills in a caring environment. Songwriting • Beginning Guitar • Blues Guitar • Banjo • Voice • Glee Club • Ukulele • Mandolin • Intermediate Blues Guitar • Swing Guitar. Music Theory • Survival bass • Band Lab • Outdoor Art • and more! For more info visit moabfolkcamp.com or call 603-731-3240.
Oct 31 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. 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 in collaboration with the annual Trunk-or-Treat.
Oct 31 Trunk or Treat- 4pm to 7pm at the Old Spanish Trail Arena, 3641 S. Hwy. 191. Sponsored by the Family Support Center at The Christmas Box House. If you would like to donate or sponsor a trunk call 435-259-1658
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 or Grand Junction.