Folk, Celtic fests highlight the weekend
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The Moab Folk Festival is back Nov. 2-4 for three days of live music featuring folk, Americana and roots musicians. The festival includes wine, beer, food and arts vendors at the Center Street ball fields. Call 435-259-3198 for more information.

If you’re looking for something a little more raucous over the weekend, head down to the Old Spanish Trail Arena for Scots on the Rocks, also known as the Moab Celtic Festival. Celtic cultures will be highlighted through a host of mediums including crafts, music, dance and athletic competition.

Here’s what else is on tap in the week upcoming:

Nov. 2-4: The Moab Trail Marathon, half marathon, 5K and Kids K all take place in Kane Creek Canyon.

Nov. 3: Soupbowl Fundraiser and Ceramics Silent Auction, 5 p.m.-7:30 p.m. at the MARC, 111 E. 100 North.

Nov. 3-4: Moab Golf Club Tournament, Elks Charity Scramble Mixed.

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