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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.

July Events

Jul 30 Free Concert Series- In 20 years since his full-length solo debut, One Left Shoe, Steve Poltz blessed the world’s ears with thirteen solo records, spanning the acclaimed "2010 Dreamhouse" and most recently, "Shine On" in 2019. NPR summed it up best, “Critics and fans alike now regard Poltz as a talented and prolific songwriter.” Evoking themes of “hope, love, contemplation, celebration of Wednesday, pharmacists, and the fact that windows are not inanimate objects and they sometimes have conversations with each other,” Shine On represents Steve at his most inspired and insightful. The opener and title track pairs a delicate vocal with lithely plucked acoustic strings as he urges everyone to, “Shine on, shine on.”Swanny City Park 6-9pm

Jul 30 Juniper Drive. Honky Tonk with a twist 8pm Moab Backyard Theater. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South–Free admission

Jul 30-Aug 7 Swell River Festival, Green River- Aims to revitalize the Green River by bringing people together to celebrate its history, culture and ecosystems. A family friendly event with live music, a Friday night film screening, Saturday vendor fair with arts and cultural programming, a Catfish Tournament, and of course... the RIVER! Local guiding companies will be hosting trips during the festival in addition to casual floats leaving from the museum. www.swellriverfest.com

Jul 31 Third Annual Zeke Francis Youth Invitational Track Meet - Ages 5-14 boys and girls are invited to compete in a youth track meet at Grand County High School, Moab UT. FREE entry. 8:00am. Register online at https://jabobf13.wixsite.com/track or in person registration Friday July 30th 5-7pm at High School. For info contact: jabobf13@gmail.com

Jul 31--Magic Show with Rick Boretti, the Four Corners most acclaimed magician. The only functioning outdoor magic show in the Southwest! Prepare to laugh and be mystified! 8pm Moab Backyard Theater. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South

Jul 31 Saturday Farmers Market- SW Corner of Main & Elm, Cortez. 7:30am-11:30am. cortezfarmmarket.com


Jul 31 True Western Roundup Rodeo,
Montezuma County Fairgrounds. truewesternroundup.com

August Events

Aug 1–Yoga in the Park. with Angela Houghton. Sundays 8-9:15am Old City Park. Classes are by donations. Bring your own props

Aug 1–Bluegrass night with Quicksand Soup. High powered music from one of the Four Corners most legendary bluegrass bands. Free admission. 8pm Moab Backyard Theater. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South

Aug 1-14, Round Up at the Register for Community Rebuilds- When you shop at Moonflower, you will have the option of rounding up your purchase total to the nearest whole dollar amount. 100% of your change will go directly to Community Rebuilds! 8am - 8pm. see pg 7A

Aug 2-7 San Juan County Fair- Monticello Utah

Aug 4 Weed 'n' Feed Volunteer Night- At the Youth Garden Project. Spend the evening in our beautiful, educational garden space! Help us weed for 1.5 hours, then join us for a free garden fresh meal.530 S 400 E Next to the High School, along Mill Creek Bike Path.

Aug 5 The Market on Center- local artisan and farmers market, 5pm -8pm/dusk, 217 E Center St. contact: marcadmin@moabcity.org, 435-259-6272

Aug 5 Live Western, Country and Gospel music with Quicksand Soup. Free admission. 8pm Moab Backyard Theater. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W 100 South. See article pg 7A

Aug 6 Family Skate Night Good clean old-fashioned fun for everyone. Feel that childhood skating nostagia with your family and friends or learn to skate for the first time. Not interested in skating? That's okay. Come enjoy the music and this good vibes social scene. Follow Skate Moab on social media to learn more. This is an all-ages, family-friendly event. $10/adult, $7/youth, $5/BYO. Spectators free. 6-8pm at the Old Spanish Trail Pavilion, 3641 S Highway 191. See article pg 1B

Aug 6 Movie Moab- Raya and the Last Dragon- Shows begin around sunset, about 8:30 Swanny City Park

Aug 6 Juniper Drive Honky Tonk with a twist 8pm Moab Backyard Theater. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W 100 South–Free admission

Aug 6 See some of Utah’s native reptiles and amphibians at unique DWR event - Reptiles and amphibians are remarkable, often misunderstood creatures that thrive throughout Utah. If you want to learn more about these highly specialized species and see them up close, come to a first-of-its-kind Utah Division of Wildlife Resources event. This free event is at the Matheson Wetlands Preserve at 934 Kane Creek Blvd. in Moab from 7pm to sundown.

Aug 7 Supplement Saturday- Co-op owners, stock up and save on supplements on the first Saturday of every month at Moonflower Community Co-op! 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 not receive any further discounts. 8am - 8pm

Aug 7 Magic Show with Rick Boretti- the Four Corners most acclaimed magician. The only functioning outdoor magic show in the Southwest! Prepare to laugh & be mystified! 8pm Moab Backyard Theater. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South

Aug 7-8 Golf Tournament- 3-n-1 Mixed. Info: 435-259-6488, Moab Golf Course

Aug 8–Yoga in the Park. with Star Kolb. Sundays 8-9:15am Old City Park. Classes are by donations. Bring your own props

Aug 8 Canyonlands Field Institure: CFI and MVMC team up to create a unique volunteer opportunity! info: cfimoab.org

Aug 10 5% Day for Science Moab- Every second Tuesday of the Month, Moonflower Community Co-op 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. This month, Moonflower’s 5% Day will be donated to Science Moab. 8am - 8pm

Aug 9-11 BEACON String Program and Moab Music Festival Present Summer String Camp, Session 2- The focus for this session is on helping students get back into practice at the end of summer break, and give brand new students a jump start on their new instruments. Each day will feature fun games, lessons, art activities, and more. Sign up online through the BEACON Afterschool Program: www.moabbeacon.net/specialty-clubs and click on the BEACON String Program. Camp is open to beginner to advanced students entering all grades K-12. Questions? Contact String Program coordinator, Tamara Freida: freidat@grandschools.org.

Aug 11–Bluegrass night with Quicksand Soup. High powered music from one of the Four Corners most legendary bluegrass bands. Free admission. 8pm Moab Backyard. Theater Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South. See pg 7A

Aug 12 Western, Country and Gospel music with Quicksand Soup. Free admission. 7pm Moab Backyard Theater. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South

Aug 13 Family Skate Night Good clean old-fashioned fun for everyone. Feel that childhood skating nostagia with your family and friends or learn to skate for the first time. Not interested in skating? That's okay. Come enjoy the music and this good vibes social scene. Follow Skate Moab on social media to learn more. This is an all-ages, family-friendly event. $10/adult, $7/youth, $5/BYO. Spectators free. 6-8pm at the Old Spanish Trail Pavilion, 3641 S. Highway 191. See article pg 1B

Aug 13 Juniper Drive- Honky Tonk with a twist 8pm Moab Backyard Theater. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South–Free admission

Aug 13 &14 Blackout: A One Woman Show- This autobiographical solo play by Hailey Henderson explores the destructive nature of sexual and emotional abuse and the cost of blending in to survive. Henderson embodies five characters in a funny, edgy, radical reclaiming of her true story. Written and performed by Hailey Henderson and directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton. 7:30pm at Star Hall. Info and tickets: www.haileyhenderson.com See article pg 7A

Aug 14 Gallery Moab Artist Reception - Meet Helen Becker, Barbara Churchley and other artists who have artwork on display.5-8 pm. See pg 14A

Aug 14 Fall Sowing and Season Extension Workshop- Local gardener extraordinaire Jon Olchewski will meet us at the East Bench Community Garden to talk about what crops can be sown late season for the fall and overwinter, plus a few season-extension tips and tricks. 9am. Location TBD

Aug 14 Magic Show with Rick Boretti- the Four Corners most acclaimed magician. The only functioning outdoor magic show in the Southwest! Prepare to laugh & be mystified! 8pm Moab Backyard Theater. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W 100 South

Aug 14 Helper Saturday Vibes - Eco-friendly, open air market and street festival featuring unique and eclectic arts & crafts, music and performance art, antiques, delicious gourmet foods, and fresh produce from local farmers. 4-9pm. Helper Historic Main Street Park

Aug 15–Yoga in the Park. with Kelly Michaud. Sundays 8-9:15am Old City Park. Classes are by donations. Bring your own props

Aug 17 The Art Center Guild presents Country Rocker FC Westcott and his band the Aficionados bring his unique traditional, yet hard driving country sound to Two Rivers Winery (2087 Broadway, Grand Junction) Gates open at 6 pm, music at 7 pm. Tickets are $15 in advance at the Winery, The Art Center (7th & Orchard) and online at artcenterguild.org. All proceeds benefit the Art Center of Western Colorado. For more information, contact Carolyn White at artcenterguild@gmail.com.

Aug 18 Bluegrass night with Quicksand Soup. High powered music from one of the Four Corners most legendary bluegrass bands. Free admission. 8pm Moab Backyard Theater. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South. See pg 7A

Aug 18 Weed 'n' Feed Volunteer Night- At the Youth Garden Project. Spend the evening in our beautiful, educational garden space! Help us weed for 1.5 hours, then join us for a free garden fresh meal.530 S 400 E Next to the High School, along Mill Creek Bike Path.

Aug 19 The Market on Center- local artisan and farmers market, 5pm -8pm/dusk, 217 E Center St. contact: marcadmin@moabcity.org, 435-259-6272

Aug 19 Quicksand Soup. Country Western and Gospel Free admission. 8pm Moab Backyard Theater. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South

Aug 20 Juniper Drive- Honky Tonk with a twist 8pm Moab Backyard Theater. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South–Free admission

Aug 20 Family Skate Night Good clean old-fashioned fun for everyone. Feel that childhood skating nostagia with your family and friends or learn to skate for the first time. Not interested in skating? That's okay. Come enjoy the music and this good vibes social scene. Follow Skate Moab on social media to learn more. This is an all-ages, family-friendly event. $10/adult, $7/youth, $5/BYO. Spectators free. 6-8pm at the Old Spanish Trail Pavilion, 3641 S. Highway 191. See pg 1B

Aug 20-21 Fort Desolation Fest- Two nights of live bands, food and drinks in the great outdoors at the luxurious Cougar Ridge Resort in Torrey, UT at the gateway to Capitol Reef National Park. Onsite camping Friday through Sunday. Music from 5-11pm Friday + Saturday. Food trucks, beer/cocktail tents, Overland industry exhibitors, Fort Desolation merchandise booth. A chance to explore the area by day. Info: fortdesolationfest.com

Aug 21 Magic Show with Rick Boretti- the Four Corners most acclaimed magician. The only functioning outdoor magic show in the Southwest! Prepare to laugh and be mystified! 8pm Moab Backyard Theater. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South

Aug 21 Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats will perform at Las Colonias Amphitheater in Grand Junction. Info: www.theampgj.com or 970-263-5757. Article on pg 7A

Aug 22–Yoga in the Park. with Kelly Michaud. Sundays 8-9:15am Old City Park. Classes are by donations. Bring your own props

Aug 25 Bluegrass night with Quicksand Soup. High powered music from one of the Four Corners most legendary bluegrass bands. Free admission. 8pm Moab Backyard Theater Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South

Aug 25 18+ Disco Skate 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. $10/adult, $7/youth, $5/BYO. Spectators free. 6-8pm at the Old Spanish Trail Pavilion, 3641 S. Highway 191.

Aug 26 Western and Gospel music with Quicksand Soup. First 45 minutes Western. Last 45 minutes Gospel. Free admission. 8pm Moab Backyard Theater. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South

Aug 27 Family Skate Free Final Friday-locals free. Good clean old-fashioned fun for everyone. Feel that childhood skating nostagia with your family and friends or learn to skate for the first time. Not interested in skating? That's okay. Come enjoy the music and this good vibes social scene. Follow Skate Moab on social media to learn more. This is an all-ages, family-friendly event. $10/adult, $7/youth, $5/BYO. Spectators free. 6-8pm at the Old Spanish Trail Pavilion, 3641 S. Highway 191. See cover pg 1B

Aug 27 Free Concert Series- Lindsay Lou has been making soulful, poignant music for the last decade. An undeniable powerhouse, Lou’s remarkable gifts as a singer, songwriter, musician and performer demand the listener’s attention. Her singing floats over the masterful playing and deep groove of her band with both a fierce intensity and a tender intimacy. 7-9 pm. Swanny City Park. lindsayloumusic.com

Aug 27 Juniper Drive- Honky Tonk with a twist 8pm Moab Backyard Theater.. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South–Free admission

Aug 28 Service Saturday at Arches National Park- 8am-9:30am. Show your love for Arches National Park by helping clean up litter or pull weeds at a popular parking lot and trailhead! All equipment will be provided and all ages and abilities welcome. All unvaccinated volunteer participants are required to wear a mask or facial covering when within 6 feet of visitors or park staff. Location will be determined one week from date of event. Each participant will receive a special thank-you item for volunteering time to care for your public lands. For more information or to sign up, please contact Sofia Nicholson at sofia_nicholson@nps.gov or 435-719-2214.

Aug 28 Canyonlands Field Institute: This is your chance to give back to the public lands that we all enjoy by floating with us through this scenic riverway and picking up trash along the way. We will team up with folks from government agencies who will share information about riverway management. Plus, you’ll get a free float down an iconic stretch of river! Info: cfimoab.org

Aug 28 Magic Show with Rick Boretti, the Four Corners most acclaimed magician. 8pm Moab Backyard Theater. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South

Aug 28 Youth Garden Project Garden Dinner- Guest chefs prepare a four-course dinner using fresh local ingredients from our garden and other local farms. Unique culinary experience with guest chef Tim Buckingham. info: youthgardenproject.org.

Aug 29– Yoga in the Park. with Angela Houghton. Sundays 8-9:15am Old City Park. Classes are by donations. Bring your own props

Aug 30-Sept 12 Moab Music Festival- For schedule, descriptions, and tickets visit moabmusicfest.org. See pg 5B

Aug 31 Bluegrass night with Quicksand Soup. High powered music from one of the Four Corners most legendary bluegrass bands. Free admission. 8pm Moab Backyard Theater Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W 100 South

September Events

Sep 1 Weed 'n' Feed Volunteer Night- At the Youth Garden Project. Spend the evening in our beautiful, educational garden space! Help us weed for 1.5 hours, then join us for a free garden fresh meal.530 S 400E Next to the High School, along Mill Creek Bike Path.

Sep 2 The Market on Center- local artisan and farmers market, 5pm -8pm/dusk, 217 E Center St.

Sep 4 Moab Music Festival Concert- Lost Freedom: Japanese American Confinement in America, Narrated by George Takei. The program’s centerpiece is a world premiere of a Moab Music Festival commission by Composer-in-Residence and violist Kenji Bunch, narrated by George Takei. Actor and author George Takei revisits his past growing up in Japanese American Confinement camps during WWII as he honors three living Japanese American composers. Takei will lead the audience through a dark part of American history that saw Japanese Americans stripped of their property and liberty, including a glimpse of Moab’s Citizen Isolation Center at nearby Dalton Wells. This new work, by Kenji Bunch, honors those individuals. Percussionist/composer Andy Akiho plays several of his works, joined by MMF musicians. Compositions by Paul Chihara, also a Confinement camp survivor, fill out this special concert. The concert takes place on the lawn of the scenic resort, Red Cliffs Lodge, overlooking the Colorado River and surrounded by towering red rock walls. 7:00pm. Tickets online at moabmusicfest.org. See article pg 13B

Sep 4-5 Moab Artists Studio Tour- 16 artists have opened their studios for you to visit. To map your visits: moabstudiotour.com. see article pg 13A

Sep 4 Helper Saturday Vibes - Eco-friendly, open air market and street festival featuring unique and eclectic arts & crafts, music and performance art, antiques, delicious gourmet foods, and fresh produce from local farmers. 4-9pm. Helper Historic Main Street Park

Sep 4-6 Red Rock 4 Wheelers Labor Day Campout If you like to 4-wheel in Moab, a little cooler weather and smaller crowds, then this event offers the things you enjoy. The "Stay Together, Play Together" Labor Day Safari has a little bit of everything and some things the Easter Jeep Safari doesn’t offer because of its size. Trails are limited to 25 vehicles, making them smaller and the entire event is limited to 150 vehicles. www.rr4w.com

Sep 5 Moab Music Festival Concert- The Spanish guitar, the gypsy violin, and the human voice evoke the romance, longing, and passion redolent of the flowery late nights of Andalusia in this program of classic Spanish works by Granados, De Falla, Turina, and Sarasate. This transfixing music demands technical and emotional virtuosity from the performers as the MMF Artists transport us across the ocean for the evening. The concert takes place on the lawn of the scenic resort, Red Cliffs Lodge, 7:00pm. Tickets online at moabmusicfest.org. See article pg 13B

Sep 6 Labor Day

Sep 6 Moab Music Festival Concert- The variety of music on this free, kid-friendly program reflects the many styles and genres of music you can experience at the MMF. Percussionist/composer Andy Akiho’s avant-garde 21 is based on Bach’s G minor Fugue. Chopin evokes Polish Nationalism’s formal elegance in the salons of Paris. Guitarist Jason Vieaux plays Pat Metheny’s latest work for solo guitar. And soprano Corinne Winters gives us selections from the American Songbook. This year, MMF returns to Old City Park providing beautiful shade trees, free parking, and plenty of room to spread out on the lawn. 2:00pm. Tickets are required to this free event. All seating is assigned in advance, when you register for your tickets. Tickets online at moabmusicfest.org. See article pg 13B

Sep 8-11 San Juan ATV Safari- The ATV trails of the San Juan Safari are spectacularly beautiful and exciting. The trail system ranges from "easy" to "expert/difficult", and you will find adventure and enjoyment on which ever trail you ride. Right now we have eighteen different trails for you to choose from. www.sanjuanatvsafari.com. see ad on pg 10A

Sep 8 Stray Grass performs for the final concert of Music in the Grapevines 2021 summer season on the lawn of Two Rivers Winery (2087 Broadway, Grand Junction) in the shadow of the Colorado National Monument. Info and tickets at www.artcenterguild.org

Sep 11 Moab Music Festival Concert: The Manhattan Transfer- This concert takes place in an open-sided pavilion at Sorrel River Ranch & Spa, which provides splendid views of towering red mesas and breathtaking sunsets, balmy evening breezes, and shelter from any passing storms. Lawn seating is also available. A food, beer, and wine tent is located adjacent to the pavilion., 7:00pm. Tickets online at moabmusicfest.org. See article pg 13B

Sep 11 Moab Art Walk- Visit the four locations displaying artwork: Moab Arts & Recreation Center, Gallery Moab, Tom Till Gallery, and Moab Museum. 5-8 pm. moabarts.org/artwalk

Sep 11 Seed Saving Workshop- Castle Valley farmer Pam Hackley will be leading a hands-on workshop in saving seeds from your garden. She will demonstrate techniques for a variety of veggies, from peppers and tomatoes to beans and sunflowers. 9am. Location TBD

Sep 11-12 Golf Tournament- Steak & Sudsfest Mixed Bestball. Info: 435-259-6488, Moab Golf Course

Sep 11-12 Red Sand Powwow Dance and Drum contest presented by SLC Air Protectors and Full Circle Intertribal Center. Old Spanish Trail Arena. Contact: info@slcairprotectors.org for info

Sep 15 Weed 'n' Feed Volunteer Night- At the Youth Garden Project. Spend the evening in our beautiful, educational garden space! Help us weed for 1.5 hours, then join us for a free garden fresh meal.530 S 400E Next to the High School, along Mill Creek Bike Path.

Sep 16 The Market on Center- local artisan and farmers market, 5pm -8pm/dusk, 217 E Center St.

Sep 17-18 Green River Melon Days- Parade, vendors, live music, melon carving, bounce houses, 5K run, golf tournament, softball tournament, pancake breakfast, melon shoot, square dancing, and more. www.melon-days.com

Sep 17-19 Scots on the Rocks–Moab Celtic Festival - Celebrate the heritage and culture of Scotland, Ireland, England and Wales, just as it's been done for centuries... with lots of great music, dancing, athletics and good fun, food, drink, and great friends. Enjoy musical performances all day long, massed bagpipe bands, unique Celtic merchants and eateries, Scottish clans, heritage and cultural booths, highland athletics and much more. Stop by the dance stage for Irish and Scottish performances, cheer on your favorites in the Highland dance or bagpipe and drumming competitions, and watch the amazing strength of the athletes. www.scotsontherocksmoab.org

Sep 18 Golden Bears Ears Ultra- 55k, 30k. www.madmooseevents.com

Sep 18-19 Moab Century Tour- is a two day cycling event that covers all of the amazing landscape Moab has to offer! From gaining elevation into the La Sal Mountains, to carving down through our red rock canyons, and finishing along the mighty Colorado River, this event has landscape worth training for! www.skinnytireevents.com

Sep 19 Invest in Moab with CFI & Moab Trail Mix- If you’ve biked, hiked, or done much exploring around here, chances are that you’ve walked a couple of miles that were made possible by Moab Trail Mix. Now’s your chance to do some trail work and pay it forward to future adventurers like yourself! Canyonlands Field Institute cfimoab.org

Sep 24-25 Utah High School Cycling League - South Region Race 3. utahmtb.org

Sep 24-26 Golf Tournament- Red Rocks Amateur. Info: 435-259-6488, Moab Golf Course

Sep 25 Service Saturday at Arches National Park- Show your love for Arches National Park by helping clean up litter or pull weeds at a popular parking lot and trailhead! All equipment will be provided and all ages and abilities welcome. All unvaccinated volunteer participants are required to wear a mask or facial covering when within 6 feet of visitors or park staff. Each participant will receive a special thank-you item for volunteering time to care for your public lands. For more information or to sign up, please contact Sofia Nicholson at sofia_nicholson@nps.gov or 435-719-2214.

Sep 25 Moab ArTTrails announces the 4th Annual Exhibition of outdoor sculptures along an art trail in central Moab. Artists selected from a national call will install their work in the heart of Moab for a year. All works are up for consideration for the public's permanent collection. moabarttrails.org

Sep 29 Weed 'n' Feed Volunteer Night- At the Youth Garden Project. Spend the evening in our beautiful, educational garden space! Help us weed for 1.5 hours, then join us for a free garden fresh meal. 530 S 400E Next to the High School, along Mill Creek Bike Path.

Sep 30-Oct 1 2-day Plein Air Watercolor Painting Workshop with Carl Purcell. This course will teach you how to simplify the landscape into patterns of shapes that will produce stronger paintings. You will learn how to select the details that will enhance the shapes, and how to edit out distracting details so the focus remains on your main area of dominance. redrockartsfestival.com/workshops

Sep 30-Oct 2 3-day Plein Air Oil Painting Workshop Join Jim Wodark to learn how to strengthen your paintings design so they look more like what you intend. Jim will go step by step and show you how to compose successfully, as well as how to use the tools of painting, values, color, edges, line, shape, to guide your eye through the painting. www.redrockartsfestival.com/workshops

Always Ongoing

Community Soup and Bread Lunch
Thursdays from 11:30am to 1:00pm at the St. Francis Episcopal Chruch (250 Kane Creek Boulevard, Moab). Call St. Francis Episcopal Church at 435 259-5831 for information.

Community Food Pantry
Fridays from 5-7pm at the St. Francis Episcopal Church (250 Kane Creek Boulevard, Moab) Call St. Francis Episcopal Church at 435 259-5831 for information.


Ongoing at Old Spanish Trail Arena
The Old Spanish Trail Arena is still CLOSED FOR ALL RECREATION USERS! The Old Spanish Trail Arena is currently being utilized for an Emergency Command Center. Barns and stall use are still available during this time period but, in a different location. Please refer to lighted map at the entrance gate for further directions or call (435) 259-6226 or (435) 259-1331 Thank you for understanding during this period.


Outdoor Donation Based Yoga Class held at Our Village Community Center. Mondays 9-10am. 721 N 500W Moab UT. Behind Tex's Riverways. 435-220-0809


Moab ArtTrails Sculpture Exhibit - See Map on page 8B May issue
or visit   moabarttrail.org


VIRTUAL Yoga Classes with Star Kolb Live, interactive, online yoga classes that are surprisingly and wonderfully personal. Go to website for zoom connection at www.sundari-designs.com mindivine@gmail.com.

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