The new documentary by filmmaker Michael Conti, “The Unruly Mystic: John Muir” will premier in Moab at 7 p.m. April 10 at Star Hall, 159 E. Center Street. A repeat screening will be held at Star Hall on April 28.
The John Wesley Powell River History Museum in Green River invites artists to participate in the 14th Annual Canyon River Runners Art Show. Professional and amateur artists of any medium are encouraged to participate, said museum Director Tim Glenn in a statement.
March 14, 6 p.m.: Grand County Library–A Walk Across Southern Utah. In 2017, Paul Magnanti spent 33 days walking across the width of southern Utah from the Nevada to the Colorado borders. During his journey of over 600 miles, he traveled through some of the most remote terrain in the continental United States. Magnanti will share the story of his journey through photos and tales from along the way.
Moonflower Community Co-op will host a three-class series throughout March led by Emily Stock of the Moab company Sundial Medicinals. The classes will be held at the market from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
“Uranium, the Musical” premiers at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 9 at Star Hall, 159 E. Center Street, with an encore performance at 2 p.m. Sunday.
Strings students from Grand County middle and high schools performed in the Sounds of the Grand Orchestra on Wednesday, Feb. 27, in the Grand County High School auditorium. Jazzy numbers like “Blue Tango” and “The Pink Panther” were performed, as was a classical piece composed by Johann Sebastian Bach.
The Sixth Annual Moab International Film Festival is Friday-Sunday, March 1-3 at Star Hall. Denise Felaar and Nathan Wynn founded the festival because, “We wanted to go to the movies and we didn’t want to see the movies that were showing,” said festival cofounder Wynn.
Uranium is no laughing matter. It is the raw material inside nuclear energy and atomic bombs, a mineral with a half-life of billions of years, a substance that can cause cancers.