Sept. 13, Friday: Dancing with the Moab Stars is an action-packed dance competition based on the hit TV series “Dancing with the Stars.” Tickets available at Moab Valley Multicultural Center, 156 North 100 West.
The Cody Joe Hodges band played a free concert Monday evening at Aarchway Inn to close out Labor Day weekend. Hodges, above, has a sound that harkens back to the country-western sound that was popular a few decades ago.
The Moab Music Festival continues this week with concerts at the newly opened HooDoo Hotel, Star Hall, Sorrel River Ranch and high school auditorium.
The Moab Music Festival wraps up this week with some incredible concerts held at iconic venues. Here’s the schedule:
Winners of $300 scholarships awarded each year were announced during intermission at Monday’s free family concert at Old City Park. Rocky Mountain Power sponsored the concert, which is part of the Moab Music Festival.
Tickets are available for the Sixth Annual Dancing with the Moab Stars, what organizers call “The most fun and amazing fundraiser of the year,” Sept. 13.
Local Bluegrass group Quicksand Soup celebrates the release of four new CDs – The American Music Collection – on successive Wednesdays at the Moab Backyard Theater, 56 West 100 South, starting at 7 p.m. Sept. 11.
A study from the U.S. Department of Agriculture reveals that individuals are putting themselves at risk of illness when they wash or rinse raw poultry.
The skilled Labor and Delivery nursing team at Moab Regional Hospital will lead classes Monday evenings from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sept. 16, 23, 30, and Oct. 7 in Education Room 2 at Moab Regional Hospital, 450 Williams Way.
The Moab Pride Festival’s ninth annual event will be Sept. 25-28th with a variety of activities and entertainment.
It’s been 70 years since the founding of the Moab to Monument Valley Film Commission–the longest-running film commission in the world–and Director Bega Metzner and her team have come up with a great plan to celebrate the milestone.
If iconic Utah journalist-turned-historian Rod Decker’s book, “Utah Politics – The Elephant in the Room,” is half as entertaining and informative as was his lecture Tuesday night at the Museum of Moab, readers are in for a treat.