April 3, 2012

Red Rock Film Festival

Red Rock Film Festival
  • Several international films and premieres will be screened. Meet filmmakers from the festival and attend industry workshops. Market and Media Center will also be held as part of the festival.
  • All-day.
  • Thursday, November 8th, 2012 through Saturday, November 17th, 2012.
  • $10 a program of films, $30 Day, $200 Festival
  • 37 E. St. George Blvd.
  • St. George
  • PO Box 910271, St. George, UT 84791  email
  • (435) 705-5555
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Huntsman World Senior Games 2012

The HUNTSMAN WORLD SENIOR GAMES, as it is known today, began in 1987 as the World Senior Games, an international senior sports competition. Founded by Daisy and John H. Morgan, Jr., the Games began with their vision of an international sports event for men and women ages 55 and better. Both agreed that the golden years were better when good health and physical fitness became a way of life, not an occasional hobby.

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WCBRA Barrel Race

The purpose of the Washington County Barrel Racing Association is to promote the sport of barrel racing and to support its growth by increasing the number of participants and to improve the quality of shows for both beginning and veteran contestants alike.


2012 Officers

          Linda Neighbor, President, (435)635-4494 home or (435)817-8429 cell

                           kht@infowest.com or lneighbor@q.com

          Dana Hulet, Vice-President, Points, Attendance & Newsletter (435)632-0745  danah22@live.com

          Natalie Riley, Secretary/Treasurer (435)680-1779 nattyriley@hotmail.com

          Dana Miller, Entry/Membership Secretary (435)680-3112 kendanamiller@msn.com

          Katie Larsen, Dixie Classic Chairperson (435)313-6000 dixieclassicbarrelrace@gmail.com

          Darla Adams, Dixie Classic Ad Book, (435)680-6522 adams-dd@msn.com

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zion national park hotels

Welcome to the Best Western Travel Inn! Our hotel is newly remodeled and offers affordable luxury and quite comfort. Each of our thirty guest rooms have high-speed Internet access, refrigerators, microwaves, and 37 Inch Flat Screen Televisions.

All guests have access to our outdoor swimming pool, and indoor Jacuzzi. Guests also receive a complimentary deluxe breakfast each morning.

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brian regan tuacahn

May 13, 2010 at 8:00pm until May 15, 2010 at 11:00pm
    Brian Regan is performing Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Friday and Saturday is sold out. There are still tickets available for Thursday. So hurry fast and buy your ticket before they sell out!

    Price: $44.50-$34.50
    Box Office: 435-652-3300

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    2012 MCA National Show

    Mustang Showdown at the Redrock Corral
  • Nationally sanctioned Mustang Car Show. For complete details please reference website.

    On display to the public Sat. Apr. 28 at Tuacahn-8am to 5pm.

  • All-day.
  • Thursday, April 26th, 2012 through Sunday, April 29th, 2012.
  • Car registration fee-Public viewing free
  • 1100 Tuacahn Drive
  • Ivins
  • From I-15 take Exit 6 to Bluff Street and proceed North on Bluff to Snow Canyon Pkwy. Turn left and continue on Snow Canyon Pkwy to Tuachan (watch for Tuacahn signs)
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    March 5, 2012

    skywest mini indy 2012

    Mini Indy 2012 will be held March 21-23 (Wed. Thurs. and Fri.)! See below for a detailed schedule.

    Tuesday, March 20           SUNBROOK GOLF COURSE

    Noon Golf and Lunch
      Get ready for Wednesday’s scramble in an afternoon of non-competitive golf.
    Box lunches will be provided.

    Wednesday, March 21      SUNBROOK GOLF COURSE

    8:30 am Shotgun SkyWest Golf Scramble
      Enjoy 18 holes with SkyWest executives at one of St. George’s premier golf courses. Lunch will be provided. Prizes will be awarded to the top teams.

    Thursday, March 22        Dixie Convention Center

    9:00 – 12:00 noon Race Registration
    9:30 – 12:00 pm Practice Race, Orientation and Car Inspection
      Practice race and registration is mandatory for all drivers. Cars will be inspected. Test out your car in a practice environment and learn handy tips from race veterans to make your race a successful one.
    12:00 noon Lunch
    1:00 – 3:00 pm Fastest Pit Stop Time Trials
      Teams will get three opportunities to post their best time. Top eight teams will advance to the final competition at the Race Dinner.
    6:30 – 10:00 pm Race Dinner – Dixie Center Ball Room
      Each team will be allotted 10 tickets to the dinner which includes cocktail hour and the annual silent auction. Teams should come dressed in their race attire ready to compete for best dressed team, best theme and best looking car. And don’t forget, finalists for the Fastest Pit Stop competition will vie for the first place trophy!
    6:30 pm Social / Cocktail Hour
    7:00 pm Dinner
    8:00 pm Fastest Pit Stop Finalist / Team Photos
    9:00 pm Silent / Live Auction

    Friday, March 23        FORMER SGU AIRPORT “Black Hill Speedway”

    9:00 am – 5:00 pm Race Day
      Each team will participate in multiple heats plus have a chance to qualify for the championship heat. Don’t miss all the excitement of an all-new track with a wet corner, hairpin turns, photo finishes, pit stops and much more!
    9:00 am Practice Heats
    10:00am  Race
    4:00 – 5:00 pm Trophy Ceremony
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    Tuacahn Hairspray 2012

    Discount on Tuacahn Hairspray Tickets Available! Click on our packages tab to find out the details!

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    Tuacahn Aladdin 2012

    We have Tuacahn Packages available. Click on our packages tab for more details.  Discount on tickets and your night’s stay!

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    “I was awestruck,” wrote Orval Hafen, upon first seeing the area that is now home to the Tuacahn Center for the Arts. He and his wife, Ruth, bought an eighty-acre parcel in the box canyon and built a cabin below the pristine red rocks. Describing the scene at the turn of the 20th century, he stated:

    “There before me lay a scene of indescribable beauty: wild, primitive, unspoiled, largely unknown, waiting to be enjoyed, waiting to inspire folks.” Within these “towering red sandstone cliffs,” he desired that “others [might one day] share this beauty and drink of the inspiration that is here.”

    Orval Hafen’s vision came one step closer to reality in 1993 when Doug Stewart, noted playwright and St. George resident, stumbled upon the spot as he was searching for a location for an outdoor amphitheatre in the St. George area. “The stunning beauty and perfect surroundings stopped me in my tracks,” Stewart recalled. “I was brought to tears when I first stood there, and after taking it in for some time – envisioning an amphitheatre and a stage with an awesome backdrop of 1,500 foot red rock cliffs, and hearing the sounds of music echoing from the canyon walls – I literally flew back to town and straight to the county recorder’s office to see who the land belonged to.”

    Through Stewart’s efforts, a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization was established to raise funds for construction of the Tuacahn Amphitheatre and Center for the Arts on the 80 acre parcel at the base of Padre Canyon. The plan was more than ambitious–a 42,000 square foot facility featuring a 330 seat indoor theater, a dance studio, a black-box theater, a recital hall, a costume shop and scene shop, studios and classrooms, and a gift shop, all of which were built to complement the jewel of Tuacahn – a 1920-seat outdoor amphitheatre, which was designed as the home of the original musical UTAH!. The grounds were landscaped to compliment the magnificence of the surrounding canyon. In the spring of 1995 the 23 million dollar facility was finally completed.

    From the outset, Tuacahn pursued a dual mission of providing quality arts education coupled with inspiring entertainment. The Center of the Arts provided instruction in music, dance, and drama, while the musical UTAH! debuted in the summer of 1995, rightly labeled as “America’s Most Spectacular Outdoor Musical,” complete with pyrotechnics, live animals, a massive cast, and a live re-creation of a flash flood, with over 60,000 gallons of water pouring across the stage

    UTAH! recounts the story of Jacob Hamblin, who was sent by renowned colonizer and Mormon leader Brigham Young to supervise the early settlements in Southern Utah. Jacob Hamblin made peace with the native Indian population, and to this day, his treaty with the local tribes stands as the single compact between white settlers and Native Americans that has never been broken. His story was reenacted for over 250,000 patrons over the course of three years.

    In the summer of 1998 Tuacahn presented a new version of UTAH! with a completely new script and in the fall of that same year Tuacahn produced an entirely new show entitled How the West Was Won featuring the acclaimed American Folk Ballet Company.

    In 1999, the Tuacahn Board felt that it needed to shift its strategy and pursue a new direction. “We’re proud of what we accomplished with UTAH!,” said Kevin Smith, Tuacahn’s Chief Operating Officer, “but after several years of one show, it was clear that people wanted to see something new.”.

    Ironically, “something new” came in the form of two musicals that have been performed throughout the state for years. Instead of offering just one production for summer patrons, Tuacahn created their first “Summer Festival of Theatre,” which featured a double bill of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. The shows were well received and the amphitheatre found itself in the enviable position of dealing with huge crowds and sold-out houses. Over 100,000 people from every state in the Union and twenty-five countries attended the festival’s 70 performances. “I know there were some concerns about doing familiar Broadway shows, because they’ve been performed so often, ” said Kevin Warnick, Tuacahn’s Managing Director. “However, we discovered that the Tuacahn Amphitheatre provides a unique setting for these Broadway favorites that cannot be duplicated anywhere else.”

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