POSTER EXHIBIT: DISABILITY HISTORY
The exhibit includes panels that outline the history of disability and advocacy. This walk through 3000 years of the human condition is remarkably detailed. It’s sometimes shocking, sometimes poignant, and always informative. Location: Merrill-Cazier Library, Room: 034 (Special Collections area in the basement level). Open To: Public. Admission Info: free. When: 8am to 5pm, January 9th through the 27th. Website: http://www.cpdusu.org/blog/2011/11/attention-educators-here-are-two-events-your-student-should-see/ Contact: JoLynne Lyon, 797.1977, firstname.lastname@example.org
FREE SEMINAR: CALLING ALL ARTISTS!
Those who can - do. And those who do, can teach too! Calling all local artists (literary arts, dance, film/video, folk & traditional arts, theater, music, storytelling, visual arts). Free seminar for those with an arts-related skill who would be interested/willing to teach that skill to others. Come find out how to get registered as a potential teacher. Learn about the Teaching Artist Roster and the wealth of benefits, opportunities and resources available to local artists via the National Endowment for the Arts, the Utah Legislature and local sponsoring organizations. Speaker: Jean Irwin, Arts Education Program Manager, Utah Arts Council. The seminar is free and includes free parking in the Big Blue Terrace next to the University Inn. Register online. Location: Eccles Conference Center - Room: 205-207. Open To: USU Students Alumni Faculty Staff and the General Public. When: Tuseday, January 10, at 12:30pm. Website: http://lifelong-learning.usu.edu Contact:, Joy Brisighella, 435 797-9270, email@example.com
AUDITIONS FOR SINGERS AND INSTRUMENTALISTS
Out of the Blue Looking for 8 singer/dancers and 9 instrumentalists for a touring ensemble Any USU Student is Welcome to Audition! Scholarships will be rewarded for all who make it! Auditions for singers; Performance Hall 4-7 pm on January 9,and 4-7 pm on January 10. To get an audition time email firstname.lastname@example.org Singers; prepare a full song. Looking for vocal diversity. Pop, Country, Jazz, Broadway Belt, R&B, Rock, or Classical. Bring a “minus track” of your song. (MP3 file or CD) Auditions for Instrumentalist; Performance Hall 7-8 pm on January 9, and 7-8 pm January 10. Be prepared to stay the full hour. Instrumentalists; Seeking Keyboard, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums, Trumpet, Trombone, Reeds. Rhythm Section players, be ready to sight read in combo with other players. Horns will be given a "jazz standard" to prepare and play. Any Questions contact Lee Daily at email@example.com Location: The Performance Hall. Open To: USU Students. Contact: Lee Daily, 435-232-3496 firstname.lastname@example.org
TEEN TUESDAYS: SO BORED!
Looking for something fun to do after school? Then come to the library for Teen Tuesdays. We'll be doing something fun every Tuesday at 4:00 pm. Before the Wii, before the PS3, even before the ATARI, there were board games. Stop by the library on the second Tuesday of each month to play some of our favorites. Contact: Rachel Anderson - Teen Services Librarian, 435-716-9134 or Logan Library, 435-716-9123. Website: http://library.loganutah.org/teens/teentuesday.cfm Time: 4PM Tuesday Location: Logan Library - Jim Bridger Room, 255 N Main, Logan, UT 84321. Cost: Free
USTAR SCIENCE LECTURE: COOL SCIENCE
USTAR at Utah State University invites you to learn about "Cool Science." USTAR Conversations aim to tackle some of the biggest questions for the next generation of star researchers. In our first conversation, we'll cover the ways in which the USTAR program benefits residents of Cache Valley, students of Utah State University and the state of Utah by recruiting top faculty to develop game-changing technologies. USTAR research will continue to lead the way as an economic development engine for the state of Utah--an investment that will lead to more high-paying jobs in technical fields for Utahns. All are welcome! Contact: Jacoba M Poppleton, 435-797-9608, email@example.com Website: https://ustar.usu.edu/htm/research/ustar-conversations Time: 5PM. Date: Tuesday January 10, 2012. Location: Space Dynamics Lab Calibration Building Auditorium, 489 E 1650 N, Logan, UT 84341. Cost: Free.
COLLEGE NIGHT AT CHICK-FIL-A
Did you know Tuesday night is now College Night at Chick-fil-A at Logan? Show your college ID from 5pm-9pm and get two #1 adult meals for the price of one! That's 2 Original Chick-fil-A Chicken Sandwiches, medium Potato Waffle Fries and medium beverages! Don't forget your favorite sauce! Logan location only. Valid only on Tuesdays between the hours of 5pm-9pm, for #1 adult meal. No substitutions, customer responsible for payment of any add-ons (i.e. lettuce, tomato, bacon, upsize, etc.). Valid ID from any college acceptable. Expired ID's are not acceptable. Available for a limited time.
CGOA VOLUNTEER ORIENTATION
Do you want to volunteer with Common Ground Outdoor Adventure and help others by participating in their daily activities or destination trips? Attend this meeting to become a volunteer. All CGOA volunteers who have not yet attended a volunteer training please make this a priority as we will be training you about our mission, our programming, working with people with disabilities and enjoying refreshments! This training is mandatory for all activity volunteers and recommended for office volunteers as well. When: Tuesday at 6pm. Cost: Free! Let us know you will be attending either by calling us at the office (435) 713-0288 or sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CV WATERCOLOR SOCIETY
The Cache Valley Watercolor Society is holding its January meeting this week in the Jim Bridger room of the Logan City Library (255 N Main, Logan). There will be a guest artist visiting as well, G. Russell Case has been a painter his whole life and specializes in watercolor and oils. The critique begins at 6:30pm with the meeting starting at 7pm, this Tuesday, January 10th.
COOKING CLASS @ KITCHEN KNEADS
Knife Skills & A Meal! There is no tool more valuable in the kitchen than a sharp knife....if you know how to use it! In this hands-on class, Chef Robert Sanderson will teach you all the skills you all you need to be able to use your knives safely, properly, and like a professional. Learn about storage, sharpening, cutting styles, and more. This is a must have class for any serious cook! When: Tuesday, January 10, 2012 @ 6:30 p.m. Hands-On Class, Limit 10 People. Price: $20.00. Contact: 435-752-9220 email@example.com Where: 1211 N Main, Logan.
OPEN MIC NIGHT
Open Mic Night at the Logan Arthouse and Cinema. Come watch or perform music, stand up comedy, and poetry. Come early or sign up on Facebook to perform. $2 at the door. Free for performers. When: Tuesdays from 7-9pm. Website: http://www.loganarthouse.com/
FREE MACEYS COOKING CLASS
Plan-Overs! do you always know what to do with your leftovers? do you want to have a well planned meal without a lot of fuss? Alissa Weller will be back to teach us how to make those leftovers into planovers, a great meal. There will be great food, great ideas, and great savings! When: Tuesday, Jan. 10th @ 7pm. Cost: Free! Seating is limited, so reserve a seat today at the service desk or call 435.753.3301. Where: Macey's Grocery Store in Providence - the Little Theatre. Open to ages 10 & up.
OLD SKOOL SKATE NIGHT
The Cache Valley Fun Park hosts Old Skool Skate Night! It starts at 9pm -11 pm. This day is also $2 Tuesday, so any activity this day costs only $2! Befriending the Fun Park on Facebook can give you great deals (especially on Old Skool Night) if you check their page before heading in.
WHITTIER CENTER SALSA DANCING
Join us for weekly Salsa Dancing: Tuesdays, 9:30-midnight, $3 per person, Beginning and Intermediate Class 9:30-10:30 p.m at the Whittier Community Center, 290 N. 400 E., Logan, UT.