Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Friday 4/22/11 Events

Meditation @ Citrus & Sage
Meditation every Friday, 8am-9:30am at Citrus and Sage (130 N 100 E Logan, Utah). Cost: Free!

Ladies Bowling League
Weekly on Friday at 9:30 AM until 12:00 PM from September 3, 2010 until April 29, 2011. Ladies bowling league Friday mornings. Come and have fun and get out of the house. No experience required! This is a handicap league. Phone: Roseanne 753-2647 Arlene 245-3188 Email: ttalltony@aol.com

USU-Uintah Basin Campus Research Day
Friday, Apr 22 - 9:00AM to 5:00PM Sponsor: Undergraduate Research Open To: USU Students Alumni Faculty Staff and the General Public. Website: https://research.usu.edu/undergrad/htm/undergraduate-research-schedule-of-events Contact: Joyce Kinkead 435-797-1706 joyce.kinkead@usu.edu

E-Waste Recycle Event
Do you have an old cell phone just sitting at home? Or DVD's, computers, or other electronics? Bring them to the Romney Stadium this Friday the 22nd between 10 AM-6 PM. USU Recycling Center wants you to celebrate Earth Day with them! Email: recycling@usu.edu Phone: 435-797-2011

Interior Design Senior Exhibit
Friday, Apr 22 - 10:00AM to 4:00PM Each year students from the Interior Design Program at Utah State University collaborate to produce an event known as Senior Exhibit. It is their opportunity to display and celebrate their exceptional work. Location: USU Twain Tippetts Exhibition Hall. Open To: Everyone! Admission Info: Free and open to the public. Website: http://idexhibit2011.com Contact: CCA Box Office 435-797-8022 ccatickets@usu.edu

Ellen Eccles Theatre Tour
Tours commence at 10:30 Am every Monday & Friday, except for show days & holidays. CVCA tours are free and take about 30 minutes. Groups larger than 15 should make reservations by calling the CVCA Ticket Office at 435-752-0026.

Japanese Food Cook-out for Help Japan USU
Friday, Apr 22 - 11:00AM to 2:30PM The Utah State University Japan Club presents an A-Day Event: "Japanese-style Fried Noodles on the Quad," 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Friday, April 22. $4 gets you a plate of Yakisoba (Japanese style fried noodles) and a drink. All proceeds go to the "Help Japan USU Earthquake/Tsunami Relief Fund." Bring your friends! Vegetarian option available. Location: Quad. Open To: Everyone! Info: $4. Contact: Atsuko Neely 435-797-1365 atsuko.neely@usu.edu

Stations Of The Cross
Celebrate Easter by participating in The Stations Of The Cross, Friday April 22nd from Noon to 1pm. It begins at the First Presbyterian church and ends at St. John's Episcopal church. Cost: Free.

Earth Day Unity Ritual
On April 22, 2011 at Noon on the Utah State University Quad, the Utah State University Pagan Alliance (USUPA) will be leading an Earth Day Unity Ritual open to all. Copies of the ritual are posted at http://usupa.org/ and the group welcomes any questions.

Seniors Bingo
Friday April 22nd from noon until 2pm, Senior Bingo at the Hyrum Senior Citizen Center. Location: 675 E Main, Hyrum.

Environmental Observatory Ribbon-Cutting
Friday, Apr 22 - 1:00PM The ribbon-cutting for the Environmental Observatory will be held in front of the E.G. Peterson Agricultural Science Building. Open To: Everyone! Contact: Bruce Bugbee 435-797-2765 bruce.bugbee@usu.edu

USU Softball
Lady Aggies will be taking on Freson State here in Logan at the USU Softball field at 1pm and 3pm on Friday April 22nd.

Earth Day Downtown
the Cache Valley Center for the Arts presents the first ‘Earth Day Downtown’ – Friday, April 22nd from 2:30p.m. to 7p.m.on 100 South (between Main Street and the Thatcher-Young Mansion)in Logan. The festival will include CVCA’s first public sculpture unveiling, entertainment, arts activities, food vendors and booths for local environment & sustainability groups. Logan City, USU clubs, businesses and more. The emphasis of this event is to inspire people to participate, no matter how big or small. In partnership with this event, the Logan Downtown Alliance is celebrating Earth Day by staying open late. Enjoy ‘Alive after Five’ from 5p.m. to 9p.m. For more information: www.centerforthearts.us

Vegan News Movie Night!
Friday, Apr 22 - 5:00PM to 9:00PM Vegan News invites you to come learn about your food with the the showing of an academy award nominee film on Earth Day! A raffle will also be held with prizes from The Gutter, KSM music, Einstein's Bros. Bagels and more! An opportunity you won't want to miss out on! Times: 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. Location: USU TSC, Auditorium. Open To: Everyone! Admission Info: $2 Contact: Eden Williams (435)512-8854 eden.williams@aggiemail.usu.edu

AnJeanette Woodworth's Violin Recital
Friday, April 22nd at 5:33pm USU Caine College of the Arts presents a Freshman Violin Recital, featuring AnJeanette Woodworth (violin) and Kristen Bronson (piano). Come hear works by Kreisler, Saint-Saens, Gluck, and Ponce. Location: Tippetts Gallery Balcony and the Chase Fine Arts Center. Admission: Free and open to the public. Phone: 208-412-4062 Email: anjeanette.woodworth@aggiemail.usu.edu

Author Night at the Logan Library
We are excited to announce that Logan Library will be hosting five popular and renowned authors on Friday April 22 at 6:00 pm.
*Ally Condie: Author of the recently released Matched along with several LDS titles for teens including Yearbook and Being Sixteen.
*James Dashner: Author of popular series for children and teens including The 13th Reality, The Maze Runner, and the Jimmy Fincher saga.
*Jessica Day George: Author of Sun and Moon, Ice and Snow (an ALA Best Book for Young Adults), the Dragon Slippers series, and Princess of the Midnight Ball.
*Shannon Hale: Author of The Goose Girl and others in the Books of Bayern series, the Newbery Honor winning Princess Academy, Austenland, and others.
*Brandon Mull: Author of the extremely popular Fablehaven series, the recently released A World Without Heroes, and the Candy Shop Wars.
Beginning at 6:00 pm each author will speak for about 10 minutes followed by a 20 minute question and answer period. After this the authors will be available to sign books. You may bring your own book, or books will be available for purchase that evening. We are extremely lucky to have so many talented and nationally known authors living in such close proximity, and we look forward to hosting them at Logan Library.
Contact: Logan Library 716-9120 Website: http://library.loganutah.org/ Time: 6 pm. Date: Friday April 22, 2011. Location: Mount Logan Middle School Auditorium, 875 North 200 East, Logan, UT 84321. Cost: Free

Open Internet Cafe @ Logan Arthouse & Cinema
Friday, April 22nd from 6pm until midnight Come enjoy FREE WIFI in a great atmosphere at the Logan Arthouse (795 East Main St, Logan across from McDonalds) Come grab a signature steamer, coffee, espresso, or hot chocolate at the Cafe.

Keiyana Osmond @ Pier 49
Young solo artist Keiyana Osmond will perform at Pier 49 San Francisco Style Sourdough Pizza in Providence on Friday, April 22nd at 6pm. She will be followed by the duet "Aurora" featuring Cherish Ross and Jesilyn Gurney at 7pm. Pier 49 is located on 1200 South (providence lane), just North of Macey's.

Friday Night Fiesta Class
Friday Night Fiesta April 22nd, 6:30pm at Kitchen Kneads. There's something about the spicy flavors in Mexican Cuisine that are irresistible! In this class, Robert Sanderson has dishes that are sure to add some spice to your usual cooking routine. Come learn authentic recipes and support a local charity! Proceeds from class tuition plus 20% of sales will be donated to the Child and Family Support Center. Don't miss out this Friday night fiesta for a cause! Menu: Green Rice, Tortilla Soup, Chicken Enchiladas, Sopapillas, Price: $25.00. Location: 1211 N Main, Logan, UT. Phone: 752-9220 Email: leigh@cachecfsc.org Link: http://www.luvtocook.com

Comedy Hypnotist
Live at the Logan Arthouse & Cinema, Abracadan - Comedy Hypnotist. Open to: Everyone 10 years and older. Admission: $5. Time: 7pm. Location: Logan Arthouse & Cinema, 795 N Main, Logan. Website: www.loganarthouse.com

Good Friday Service
Come worship at the Good Friday Service held at the Prince Of Peace Lutheran Church. Location: 930 N 400 W, Logan. Cost: Free.

Sky High Players present Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre
April 22 (Fri) and 23 (Sat), doors at 7pm, show starts at 7:30pm. Showdown at Gambler’s Gulch. Mayor Biddle is about to start the 187th weekly town meeting and community supper and you certainly don’t want to miss it. Zedekiah Cosgrave, the undertaker has slipped away from his ‘duties’ for few minutes to attend, as has Miss Mercy Trust, the school teacher, Old Scrappy, Tombstone “Jacqueline”, Wilimina Shakespeare, and the local saloon owner Miss Lulabelle Free. When a stranger arrives, Swampwater Samantha LaRue, and someone meets their untimely death, it will be your job to figure out who came for more than a bite to eat. Menu: Dutch Oven Beans, Dutch Oven Potatoes, Dutch Oven BBQ Chicken, Rolls and butter, Peach punch and Water, Hot Peach Cobbler. Cost: $16-$25. Dinner provided by Iron Gate Grill. Website: http://www.skyviewtix.org/

A Night In The Theater
Mountain Crest Drama Dept presents ‘A Night in the Theater’ One-Act and Variety Show – April 21st & 22nd at 7p.m. in the Mtn Crest High School auditorium. Free admission, but donations are encouraged.

USU Women's Choir Presents: About A Girl: It's Complicated
April 22nd, 7:30pm. About A Girl: It's Complicated features songs about girls and women, what it's like, and various aspects of girl-life. The music is varied, from traditional choral music to more contemporary sounds like pop, musical theatre, and disco. Cost: $8 adults, $5 students. Location: USU Performance Hall. For more information call: CCA Box Office 435-797-802 Email: ccatickets@usu.edu Website: arts.usu.edu

"Out Of The Blue"
Out Of The Blue, A Caine College of the Arts choir will be on tour, performing standard classics, jazz and broadway music, Friday Aprill 22nd at 7:30pm at the Pioneer Valley Lodge, 2351 N 400 E, North Logan. Please come and join us for this free event that is open to the public. For more information please call 435-792-0535

The Three Musketeers
Friday, Apr 22 - 7:30PM to 9:30PM This adaptation, which was commissioned by the Bristol Old Vic in England, is based on the timeless swashbuckler by Alexandre Dumas, a tale of heroism, treachery, close escapes and above all, honor. Location: USU Chase Fine Arts Center, Morgan Theatre. Open To: Everyone! Admission Info: $13 reserved seating, $11 faculty, staff, seniors, $9 non USU students and free for USU students with ID Website: http://arts.usu.edu Contact: CCA Box Office 435-797-8022 ccatickets@usu.edu

The Complete Works Of William Shakespeare (Abridge)
The Heritage Theater in Perry (2505 S Hwy 89) presents “The Complete Works William Shakespeare (Abridged)”- Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays at 730p.m. (thru May 7th). With a matinee on Saturday (April 23rd) at 2p.m. For reservations call (435)723-8392. Box office hours are Monday, Wednesday thru Saturday from 11a.m. to 2p.m. Location: 2505 S Hwy 89, Perry, UT. Link: http://www.HeritageTheatreUtah.com

Concert @ Why Sound
Friday, April 22nd - StankBot & Till We Have Faces w/The Dignitaries (Rock). Contact: Tim Moes 435-363-4700 info@whysound.com Website: http://www.whysound.com Time: 8:00 pm. Location: Why Sound, 30 Federal Ave, Logan, UT 84321. Cost: $5 - $6

The Antics Comedy Improv
The Antics Comedy Improv, Every Friday Night 10:30pm at The Logan Arthouse and Cinema 795 N Main. Cost: 5$

A-Day TRUE AGGIE NIGHT
Friday, Apr 22 - 11:55PM Meet at the Block "A" at Midnight to fulfill one of the university's longest standing traditions!! Location: Old Main. Open To: Everyone! Admission Info: Free! Website: http://usu.edu/saa Contact: Tessa Goodall 801-655-3391 t.a.good@aggiemail.usu.edu

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