Local folk musician releases debut album One of the most elementary aspects of the banjo is its outright complexity. With just five strings, a drumhead for a resonator, and the long arc of African folk music as the impetus for its creatio...
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Greg Knight The Times-IndependentMoab Times Independent
Canyonlands Care Center will hold open house The Canyonlands Care Center will hold an open house to celebrate their new five-star rating on Friday, April 13 at 390 West Williams Way. The open house will run from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and refreshm...
Apr 12, 2018 | 0 | 27 |
Rose Egelhoff The Times-IndependentMoab Times Independent
Moab Charter School sixth-grader Sadie Groene spearheaded a community clean-up project called Moab Trash Art. Groene’s teacher, Bettina Oesch, recently worked with Resiliency Hub in Moab to help make the project come to life. Groene’s idea involves picking up trash in town and turning it into art. To do this, Groene’s class, Claire Core from Resiliency Hub, and Sara Melnicoff from Moab Solutions picked up trash at Moab Charter School and along the Mill Creek bike path. The items were then sorted into usable or non-usable items. Art pieces, which were created May 4 during the school’s crafting day, will be displayed in public at the CommuniTea Garden during the Moab Art Walk. For more information, message Resiliency Hub on Facebook at facebook.com/resiliencyhub.