Every year men try to impress their loved one with jewelry, fancy dinning, and flowers.
This year skip those gifts and come enjoy an evening of music with James Oneil Miner and Daron Bradford. James is a popular pianist and entertainer that is known for his piano albums that features songs such as: “Jessica’s Theme” from The Man From Snowy River, “My Heart Will Go On” from Titanic, “Unchained Melody” and many more from his original composition such as “Black Canyon Suite” and “Part of Me.”
Mark your calendar for February 9th at 7:00 p.m. at the Desert Hills High School and make this year’s Valentine’s Day one to remember!
Tickets are available at the door $12 General Admission, $10 seniors, $5 Students and the family members (up to 5 people) are only $25.00
Are you having a tough time getting into the Christmas Spirit? Here are 10 ways to help you get into the Christmas Spirit for the 2012 year!
10: Enjoy the Snow outside or Make your own Snow Flakes out of paper!
9: Do something Nice for someone
8: Decorate your house and tree in peaceful colors
7: Listen to Christmas Music and sing along
6: Give a gift to a random stranger…
5: Cook a nice meal and sit down by the Christmas Tree
4: Smile and Wish Everyone you see a Merry Christmas
3: Go out at night and enjoy the magnificent display of lights
2: Read about the First Christmas in Luke 2:1-20
1: Spend Time With Your Family and Share Memorable Christmas Stories
The Jubilee of Trees began in 1981: A simple tree display at a hotel
convention center on St. George Boulevard, organized by “Pink Ladies,” a
group of volunteers from Dixie Regional Medical Center. Always
responding to the health care needs of the community – from labor and
delivery beds in the early 1980s to charitable lodging and cancer
services in the 90s, the Jubilee of Trees has served to provide support
to necessary medical services in the Washington County Area. Today, the
Jubilee is directed towards elevating trauma designation and launching
neurosciences at Dixie Regional Medical Center.
Come and make this your new holiday tradition for 2012. Circle November 15-19 on your calendar and enjoy this fantastic festival!
For more information please visit: www.jubileeoftrees.org
According to Wikianswers.com; Halloween started in Ireland about 2,000 years ago with a group of people called the Celtics. They believed in a god called Samhain who was the god of dead and darkness. October 31st was considered the end of the year and as a result they threw a large celebration, which was known as Samhain. This celebration of the autumn harvest and the Celtic new year, when they believed spirits could come back and visit with living relatives.
Some Tips for Safe Trick or Treating:
*Don’t go out alone!
*Stay in well-lighted areas!
*Watch out for vehicles
*Have an adult check all of your candy
*MOST IMPORTANT: HAVE A HAPPY AND SAFE HALLOWEEN FROM THE BEST WESTERN PLUS ABBEY INN & SUITES
Ready to show your awesome costume for Halloween and can’t wait to show everyone?
Don’t miss Halloween on The Town (October 27th 10:00am-6:00pm Town Square.)
The Halloween Fair will have booths, bounce houses, games, live entertainment and more!
What is even spookier; FREE ADMISSION TO THIS EVENT!
Looking for something to do tonight? Come and watch The Dixie Lions Roundup Rodeo at the Dixie Sun Bowl. The Gates open at 6:00 P.M. come and show your American Cowboy Pride!
General Admission: Adult $8.00 Children$5.00
Reserved Seating: $12.00
PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TODAY AND LETS REMEMBER THE PEOPLE 11YEARS AGO WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES TO PROTECT OUR FREEDOM!
Starting September 5 through the 9th; Dixie State College of Utah will host the Southern Utah International Documentary Film Festival!
Some of the featured films include: LIFE IS STRANGE, STORIES OF LAKKA BEACH, RUNNING THROUGH & AWAKEN THE DRAGON.. AND MANY MORE!
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS AMAZING FILMS VISIT: www.docutah.com
Don’t Miss this years DOCUTAH!
Have any plans for this weekend? Come and enjoy the Gateway To Wellness For Kids… All activities will challenge and encourage families to stay active. There will be bounce houses, hula-hoops, jump-roping areas as well as the splash pad and carousel.
Don’t miss this fun event at the St.George Town Square!
AUGUST 4TH 9AM – 1PM
On May 20th, 2012 Southern Utahwill be the ideal place to see the Solar Eclipse. Starting at6:22 PM you will be able to view the awesome views of the moon covering the sun! For those who don’t live in Utah or can’t make it to Southern Utah, your view of the moon covering the sun may be less visible but still fun!
According, to NASA Southern Utah’s Eclipse will start at 6:22PM and end at 8:37PM. Special viewing glasses can be purchased at the “What Women Want Expo,” in St.George Utah at The DixieCenter!
For more information for solar times outside of Utah visit: