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UTAH VALLEY SPOTLIGHT
November 22, 2014
Bob Peterson and Friends
Join professional musician and teacher Robert Peterson as he performs with his students. They will highlight a variety of jazz, including Dixieland, big band, and Latin. Don't miss this night of talent, tradition, and exceptional music.
BYU Football vs. Savanna…
Come cheer on the Cougars as they host Savannah State at LaVell Edwards Stadium.
BYU Women's Basketball v…
Come out and support BYU Women's Basketball as they take on Nevada
Eat Like a Pilgrim
In 1621, pilgrims and Native Americans came together in the first ever Thanksgiving at Plymouth Colony. Almost 400 years later, you can experience this historic event at the annual re-enactment at Thanksgiving Point’s Eat Like a Pilgrim. Very few places in the United States host Thanksgiving re-enactments, which makes Eat Like a Pilgrim a unique and rare experience. Also, Thanksgiving Point is the only Thanksgiving re-enactment held outside of New England. Guests come from all over Utah to take advantage of attending this special event that is close to home. At Eat Like a Pilgrim, you’ll meet several characters from the first Thanksgiving feast including Gov. William Bradford, William Brewster, Squanto, and the Wampanoag. Teachers from the Alpine School District and the Colonial Heritage Foundation play the reenactors and act as historical interpreters. This event not only features the re-enactment, but also provides an authentic harvest dinner in a rustic Plymouth Colony setting. The evening’s dinner features turkey, roast pork, stewed pumpkins,corn pudding, mixed greens salad, mixed berry cobbler, and apple cider. A few lucky guests will get to try some adventurous feast foods such as duck, oysters, parched corn, or goat’s milk. Other entertainment and activities include 17th century music, farm animal visits, calligraphy, wooden stockade photo ops, and more.
Paint My Eyes
Paint My Eyes A new musical with book, lyrics, and music by Jamie Erekson Directed by George Nelson Germany, 1995. With two days left on his mission, Elder Garn, his new companion, and four others find their lives crossing on the anniversary of Kristallnacht (the Night of Broken Glass). As they remember the past and look to the future, they decide which dreams to follow, and which to forget.
Being a parent can be hard work! Want some ideas on how to be a more effective parent? Join us for a FREE 5 week course taught by Lynn Hollingshead, MS ACMHC, Child Therapist from Redwood Family Therapy Classes will be held at the Saratoga Springs Library on the following Saturdays from 11-12p.m. October 18 - How to give healthy love and affection October 25-How to get along in a marriage, divorce, and blended family situations November 1 - How to help your child deal with anxiety November 15- How to set limits with your children, when is it ok to negotiate and when should you draw the line. November 22- Helping your kids be happy with less. You can sign up for one or all of these great classes! Register online at www.saratogaspringscity.com/civicevents Or call Redwood Family Therapy office to register over the phone! 801-341-1919
Pinocchio: "Awake My Soul"
Inspired by Carlo Collodi's beloved book, choreographed and directed by Lindsay Folkman (Utah's Best of State Choreographer 2014), and performed by the students and faculty of the new Barbara Barrington Jones Family Foundation Ballet West Academy at Thanksgiving Point, "PINOCCHIO: Awake My Soul" presents this timeless tale as you have never seen before. Come follow the carpenter, Geppetto, and his wooden puppet, Pinocchio, through the adventurous ups and downs of life, as they find, lose, and rediscover their own perceptions of LOVE and HOPE. Full of symbolism in both movement and lyric, "Pinocchio: Awake My Soul" is truly an inspired version of a family favorite.
The Echo 10 Play Festival
THE Echo 10 is a short play festival held at The Echo Theatre in Provo, Utah. It's goal is to discover and inspire new talent in the fields of writing, directing, and acting in Utah. We strive through this festival to build the artistic and theatrical community in Provo.
The Romeo and Juliet Pro…
Shakespeare's most famous tragedy is dissected and played from two vantage points: his and hers. Using a distinctive mix of film and live action, a classic story is given new perspective, new vision, and new life.