Camera and Soul: Milton Goldstein Photographs
BYU Museum of Art. Exhibit features photographs of the natural monuments of the American West. Museum hours are Monday through Friday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Saturdays from noon.-5p.m. For more info visit www.byu.edu/moa/
Art of the Ancient Mediterranean:
Egypt, Greece, Rome.
BYU Museum of Art.
The 204 works displayed in the exhibition are from the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. The works span a period from pre-dynastic times in Egypt, 6,000 years ago, to the Roman late imperial period, about 350 A.D.
Museum hours are Monday through Friday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Saturdays from noon.-5p.m. For tickets and more information call (801) 422-8287.
Fine Arts in the Gardens
Thanksgiving Point Gardens
In partnership with the Timpanogos Singer Songwriter Association, Thanksgiving Gardens hosts a summer series of music, storytelling, poetry and art. Displays and performers throughout the gardens. Every Friday, 7– 9 p.m. Admission: $8 adults, $5 children
First Fridays of the Month
Local artists showcase their work in vacant commercial properties. The Storefront Galleries will join the First Fridays Downtown Gallery Stroll, which are held the first Friday of the month in downtown Provo from 6-8 p.m. Call (801) 623-0615 for more information.
Ongoing through July 31
Annual Women’s Exhibit
UVSC Woodbury Art Gallery
Featured artists include Lee Udall Bennion, Jacqui Biggs Larsen, and Penny Creasy. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, and 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. Wednesdays. For more information call (801) 426-6199.
July 26 – August 27
Ryan S. Brown
at the TERRA NOVA GALLERY
Featuring the classical landscapes, still life and figures of oil painter Ryan S. Brown
41 W. 300 North, Provo. Monday through Friday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
For more information call (801) 374-0016 or visit www.TerraNovaGallery.com
Summer in the Village
Kids Village offers unique opportunities for children to learn skills in an interactive environment. Sessions are Mondays-Fridays from 9 a.m. to noon.
Sunny Summer Days (July 5-9)
Bugs, Slugs, and Butterfly Hugs,
Westward Ho! (July 19-23)
To Market, To Market (July 26-30)
Rocks, Trees, and Dirty Knees
Helping Hearts (August 9-13)
For more information call (801) 235-9999.
Every Tuesday and Thursday the whole family is invited to enjoy stories and bring lunch to the Provo City Library 550 North University Avenue, Provo between noon and 12:30 p.m. For more information visit www.provo.lib.ut.us or call (801) 852-6682.
Ongoing through July 28
Shakespeare for the Young
Children age 5 and up are invited to come act out a different play each week with BYU’s Company Shakespeare Troupe. Every Wednesday at 4:15 at the Orem City Library, 58 N. State Street, Orem. For more information call (801) 229-7161.
Ongoing thru July 30
at the Hale Center Theater
Youth ages 7-17 participate in acting workshops covering improv, storytelling, puppetry, creative drama, auditioning and other stage basics. Two-week sessions, one to two hours, M-F. $90-120. 225 W. 400 North, Orem. For more information call (801) 226-5248.
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:30 p.m. $25.
For more information, or to register call (801) 768-2300 or visit www.thanksgivingpoint.com
Signing with Babies Classes
Communicate with your baby before they can speak. Monthly classes include four hours of instruction, and parents learn 100 signs, songs and techniques for signing with infants and toddlers. Class and materials is $85 (book, video, and quick reference card). Visit www.signbabies.com for more information and class schedules.
Deer Creek Island Resort, Girls Night Out Wakeboarding Clinic
These Women’s Clinics are specifically designed by women for women.
First-timers and seasoned veterans. Free, 5 p.m. For information and a schedule of events visit www.wakeutah.com/events
July 20- August 24
Sundance Ladies Day
This four-week program will be held each Tuesday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Program begins July 20; next program begins August 24.
Pre-registration is recommended. Classes are limited to six participants. For more information visit www.sundanceresort.com. To register call (801) 223-4849.
July 4 – August 29
Pleasant Grove City
Concerts in the Park
July 4 Buzztones
July 11 Blue Grass Thunder
July 18 Reflections
July 25 Joan and Ken Hardman
August 1 Jeff Hinton
August 8 Celtic American trio
August 15 Mike Benedict
August 22 Harold Newman
August 29 Skyline Chorus
For more information visit www.plgrove.org/concerts
Thanksgiving Point Waterfall Amphitheater
7:30 p.m. Tickets are available at all Ticketmaster outlets and www.ticketmaster.com
For more information visit www.thanksgivingpoint.com or call (801) 768-2300
July 24 – August 20
SCERA Outdoor Theater Concerts
July 24 The Osmond Brothers
August 14 The Manhattan Transfer
August 16 Utah Symphony
August 19 All American Boys Chorus
August 20 Collin Raye
For tickets and more concert information visit www.scera.org or call (801) 225-ARTS
Berlin at the Neways Summer Concert Series.
Spring Acres Par, 700 S. 1300 East, Springville. Gates open at 6:30 p.m. Show begins at 8 p.m. For more information visit www.neways.com/usa/concertseries/index.asp
Elsbeary Hobbs Drifters at the Neways Summer Concert series.
Spring Acres Par, 700 S. 1300 East, Springville.Gates open at 6:30 p.m. Show begins at 8 p.m. For more info visit www.neways.com/usa/concertseries/index.asp
Payson Band Concerts in the Park
A Payson tradition for more than 100 years. Sunday nights through Labor Day, 8 p.m. Memorial Park Bandstand in Historic Downtown Payson, 250 South Main Street. Free. For more information visit www.payson.org or call (801) 465-5200 Ext 31
July 3-August 31
art of meditation yoga series
Series includes yoga eye exercises, as well as meditation, postures and pranayama. For more information, visit
American Fork Steel Days
American Fork’s summer celebration offers a wide variety of activities including a breakfast, sidewalk sales, parade, variety show with fireworks, horse races, flower, art and quilt shows, carnival, sport tournaments and more.
For more information visit www.afcity.org
July 9 & 10
21st Annual Payson
Scottish dancing, pipe bands, highland games, authentic Scottish food, 5K run, seminars on Scottish history and culture, entertainment, parade, vendors and clan booths. Memorial Park in Historic Downtown Payson 250 South Main Street. Free. For more information visit www.payson.org or call (801) 377-3656
Springville World Folkfest
This annual production of folk music and energetic dance by musicians and dancers from many lands has grown to become the largest festival of folk dance and music in the United States. For additional information or to order tickets, call (801) 489-2700
Utah Valley Parade of Homes
Tuesdays through Saturdays noon- 9 p.m.
Experience the latest trends in home design with 26 fully decorated new homes open for the public. Purchase your ticket at one of the homes or at the University Mall. For more information call (801) 226-3100 or visit www.utahparade.com
10th Annual Llama fest
Llamas, obstacle course, races, music, food handicrafts and more.
4 p.m. 8628 S. Main, Spanish Fork, $3 adults, $1 children. For more information call (801) 796-3559 or visit
Spanish Fork Fiesta Days and Rodeo
Parade, fireworks, rodeo, carnival and more. For tickets and more information call (801) 798-6368 or visit www.spanishfork.org.
Utah Heritage Festival
Thanksgiving Point Village Shops
Each day features games, demonstrations, crafts, food, vendors and entertainment
Thursday 3–9 p.m. Native American Day
Friday 3–9 p.m. Mountain Man Day
Saturday 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. Pioneer Day
Chuck Wagon Dinner available each night from 6-8 p.m. Saturday Morning Pancake Breakfast from 9 a.m. until noon.
Music Arts Festival & Family Garden Picnic
1–9 p.m. $8 adults, $5 children. Bring your own picnic.
Utah County Fair
Thanksgiving Point Electric Park. Exhibit booths, food vendors, midway games, carnival rides, 4-H exhibits, junior livestock show, entertainment, fireworks and more!
Wednesday 4– 10 p.m, Thursday – Saturday 11 a.m. – 10 p.m., $4 adults, $3 students, $2 children ages 6-12 years, $1 senior citizens. For information, call (801) 768-2300 or visit www.thanksgivingpoint.com
50th Annual Salmon Supper
Memorial Park in Historic Downtown Payson 250 South Main Street, 5-8 p.m.
Fresh salmon grilled over fruitwood fires, served with baked potato, corn on the cob, dessert and more. $10 per plate. Proceeds benefit local community projects. For more information visit www.payson.org or call (801) 465-5200 Ext 31
Bike race, fishing contest, children’s games, and more. For more information call (801) 756-5751
deadline to apply
for the utah 100 awards
Winning companies will be selected based on overall sales growth from 1999 through 2003. No cost to apply. Get an application form at www.mwvgutah100.org. Award ceremony is planned for Oct. 21 at the Grand America, Salt Lake City.
Carson & Barnes 5-Ring Circus
Hillman Sports Complex; 1000 South Main Street, Payson
The “Biggest Big Top on Earth” is coming to Payson. Shows at 4:30 & 7 p.m.
Adults $14 ($10 in advance); children (2-11) $7 ($5 in advance). For more information visit www.payson.org or call (801) 465-5200 Ext 31
Parade, fireworks and many more activities.
For more information call (801) 756-6347
Wayne County Fair
Art show, Races, and Rodeos, for more information call (435) 836-2731
August 25 – September 2
Nu Skin Enterprises
Provo Senior Games
There are eight events offered for seniors age 50 or better; track and field, golf, racquetball, table tennis, horseshoes, softball and basketball. For registration information call (801) 852-6600
August 26 – 28
Timpanogos Storytelling Festival
1600 E. 800 North, Orem
The very best national story tellers are coming to tell their “Tales Beneath Timp” along with many talented regional and junior tellers who are selected by audition and popular demand. The festival is celebrating its 15th anniversary. For more information, call (801) 229-4736 or visit www.timpfest.org
Utah County “Back to School” Scholarship Competition
Hosted by Utah Our Little Miss.
Eight age divisions for girls ages 0-17
Lehi Arts Center 685 N. Center, 11:30 a.m. Admission is $3/adult $2/children or Immediate family pass for $15. Children 2 and under are free. To register as a contestant for this event call (801) 796-1726.
Family night at the Farm
Mondays in July at Thanksgiving Point Farm Country at 6 p.m. Weekly family activity at Farm Country, $2.50/person.
Every Saturday 9 a.m.- 1 p.m.
500 W. 100 South, Provo. Fruits, vegetables and homemade crafts.
Friday Farmers Market
3- 7 p.m. at Thanksgiving Point Village.
Selection of fruits and vegetables, as well as fresh breads and other fresh foods, crafts, jewelry, gifts and more.
Highland City Culture Fairs
Monthly culture fairs the third Thursday of every month from noon to 4 p.m. Vendors, dancing, performers, crafts, etc. from a different country every month. Heritage Park at 5400 W. 10400 North. For more information contact Lynette or John at (801) 492-6773 or email@example.com.
July 28, 29
with Parks Bonifay
Deer Creek Island Resort
Contact Marine Products for available slots and costs. Call (801) 973-4017 or (801) 553-8332.
Provo River Canyon 1/2 Marathon & 5 mile run
7 a.m. For more information and to register visit www.trailrun.com
Provo Angels baseball
BYU baseball stadium, 7:05 p.m.
For tickets and schedule visit www.provoangels.com
Races begin at 6:30 p.m. each Wednesday night, with races alternating each week between Sundance and Soldier Hollow. Courses range between four and six mile loops. Visit www.sundanceresort.com for race dates and more information.
Ongoing – September 3
West Side Story
A modern day Romeo and Juliet musical. Tuachan Theater, Ivins
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, 8:30 p.m. Children $5-$25, Adults $25-$35
Directed by Marion Bentley, choreographed by David Tinney. For more information visit www.tuacahn.org
Ongoing – September 4
Guys & Dolls
It’s a round of betting for luck and love.
Tuacahn Theater, Ivins
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, 8:30 p.m. Children $5-$25, Adults $25-$35
Directed by Jim Bennett, Choreographed by David Tinney.
For more information visit www.tuacahn.org
July 1- 31
The Sound of Music
Center Street Musical Theater, at 177 W. Center St., Provo. $8 general admission, $10 dinner theater option. Dinner starts at 6:30 p.m., show at 8 p.m. For reservations and information call (801) 764-0535.
The Secret Garden
SCERA Shell Outdoor Theater, 745 South State, Orem
For tickets and information call (801) 225-2569 or visit www.scera.org
July 23- August 21
The Taming of the Shrew
Hale Center Theater, 225W. 400 North, Orem, $7.50-$12.50. For more information visit www.haletheater.com
SCERA Shell Outdoor Theater, 745 South State, Orem. For tickets and information call (801) 225-2569 or visit www.scera.org
Best of Disney Concert
Center Street Musical Theater, at 177 W. Center St., Provo. $5, 8 p.m. For reservations and information call (801) 764-0535.
August 19 – September 4
You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown
Center Street Musical Theater, at 177 W. Center St., Provo. $8 general admission, $10 dinner theater option. Dinner starts at 6:30 p.m., show starts at 8 p.m. For reservations and information call (801) 764-053.
August 27 – September 25
On Golden Pond
Springville Little Brown Theater, 239 S. Main Street. For tickets and more information call VIP ARTS, (801) 489-3088.
Shakespearean festival, cedar city
This season’s plays are Forever Plaid, Henry IV, Mornings at Seven, My Fair Lady, Taming of the Shrew, Winter’s Tale. Daily tours and seminars starting at 9 a.m. Shows six days a week at 2 p.m. & 8 p.m. For ticket prices and more information visit www.bard.org