FORGOTTEN PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD
The exhibit, assembled by Special Collections and Archives Photograph Curator Daniel Davis, explores the history of the Union Pacific Railroad through photographs of A. J. Russell. The exhibit presents several of the well-known and idealized scenes of the railroad’s construction (1868-69) as photographed by Russell while under the commission of the Union Pacific Railroad. In addition to the well-known images, the exhibit presents examples of stereo-views taken by Russell and other photographers that offer a more complete and less sanitized version of the railroad’s history. A reception for the exhibit is planned Feb. 15 in conjunction with a lecture by Davis for the Friends of Merrill-Cazier Library. Where: The Merrill-Cazier Library. When: January 23rd through February 17th, All Day. Cost: Free!
MARION R. HYDE EXHIBIT
This exhibition will highlight the most recent work of Utah State’s emeritus professor of art, Marion R. Hyde. Professor Hyde retired from the Department of Art in 2002 after more than 33 years of dedicated service that included 12 years as department head. Since retirement, Professor Hyde has been working in oil and pastel to create images that both represent and abstract the Utah landscape. We're pleased to present a wide selection of his best works to you during this opening exhibition of the 2012 season. An opening social will be held Jan. 18 at 4:30 p.m. in the Tippets Exhibit Hall. Location: Twain Tippetts Exhibition Hall. Open To: Students Alumni Faculty Staff Public. Admission Info: Free. Contact: CCA Box Office, 435-797-8022, email@example.com When: January 17th through February 9th, 10am to 5pm.
BANG! THWACK! PLOP! COMICS: AN INFLUENCE ON CONTEMPORARY ART
This exhibition explores the intersection of comics and art with specific attention on how certain themes and stylistic forms have crossed over from the genre of comics into the world of visual art. The exploding popularity of comics, mostly through animation and graphic novels, shows us the graphic or comic impulse has become a compelling means of artistic communication. This exhibition helps point toward a growing interdisciplinary trend in the arts that allows for a flow of ideas between media and form, creating a liberation of high art. Location: Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art. Open To: USU Students Alumni Faculty Staff and the General Public. Admission Info: The Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art is open Monday through Friday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m, exhibit runs February 4th through March 1st. Admission is free. Website: http://artmuseum.usu.edu Contact: Deb Banerjee, (435) 797-8207, firstname.lastname@example.org
FRAGMENTS OF TERROR: DRAWINGS BY JIM STARRETT
With 27 drawings and paintings in this exhibit, the USU community gets a rare look at the work of this contemporary artist. The viewer is taken through a jungle of symbols filled with religious and historical meanings all arranged in meticulous geometric puzzles that are at once clear while also carrying some ambiguous mystery. Location: USU Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art. Open To: USU Students Alumni Faculty Staff and the General Public. Admission Info: The Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art is open Monday through Friday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m, exhibit runs from February 4th through March 1st. Admission is free. Website: http://artmuseum.usu.edu Contact: Deb Banerjee, (435) 797-8207, email@example.com
MARVELOUS HANDS: KNITTING CLASS
Learn how to make amazing knitting projects at the “Marvelous Hands” classes at the Multi-cultural Center of Cache Valley (290 N 400 East). Knitting classes on Thursdays from 10a.m. to 12 noon (Cost is $40 materials included). Register at the Multi-cultural Center at the Whittier Center or call (435-753-8486).
MIGHTY ME WORKSHOP
Sunshine Terrace Wellness Center and BRAG are offering “Mighty Me” workshops on brain health from 10 to 11:30 a.m. on Thursdays at SST Wellness Center, 209 W. 300 North. Classes are free of charge. Call Allison at 713-1468 or the Wellness Center at 752-9321 with any questions.
GOLDEN TWIST CLASS @ BEADLES ORIGINAL BEADS
This dramatic necklace will catch everyone's attention! You will learn a modified Twisted Herringbone and St. Petersburg stitch during this class.*Part II decided in class* *Tuition covers the class instructions and pattern handouts. All materials purchased the night of class are eligible for a 20% discount. Also, half tuition deposit must be paid at the time you sign up for the class. You may withdraw from the class up to 1 week prior to the class, after which deposit will be forfeited. We gladly take reservations over the phone or via email with a credit card. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to call or stop by for a visit.* Skill Level: Advanced. Instructor: Mystee S. When: Thursday from 11am to 1pm. Cost: $25. Website: http://www.beadlesoriginals.com
USU EDUCATION AND HUMAN SERVICES WEEK: ICE CREAM SOCIAL
Join us in the Education building atrium. CEHS Department Heads will be serving up some Aggie Ice Cream favorites. Sponsored by the CEHS Dean’s Office. Open To: USU Students Alumni Faculty Staff and the General Public. When: Thursday from 11am to 12:30pm. Website: http://www.cehs.usu.edu/index.php/about-us/news/125-education-and-human-services-week Contact: Beth Foley,435-797-1473 firstname.lastname@example.org
FOOD STORAGE COOKING CLASS
USU and Cache County Extension present ‘Food Storage/ Cooking School and Family Emergency Preparedness’. USU Extension in Cache County will offer a series of monthly workshops to teach you how to use food storage in your daily diet and be prepared for an emergency/ disaster. The first workshop will be held on Thursday, Feb 9th in the Cache County Administration bldg. Multi-purpose room (179 N Main, Logan) from 11a.m. to 1230p.m. The food storage topic will be Cooking with Whole Wheat Berries and Wheat Flour. The emergency preparedness topic will be ‘Creating a Family Emergency Plan’. The cost for each workshop is $3 (or $2 if you pay 24 hours prior to class). A light lunch will be served. Seating is limited so reservations are recommended. Phone 752-6263 to reserve your seat.
USU REGIONAL ART EXHIBIT
Come view the USU Regional Art Exhibit. Featuring student work from Brigham City, Eastern and Eastern San Juan Campuses. Location: USU Chase Fine Arts Center - Room: 102. Open To: USU Students Alumni Faculty Staff and the General Public. Admission Info: Free. When: Feb. 6th through Feb. 10th 12pm to 4pm. Website: http://arts.usu.edu Contact: CCA Box Office 435-797-8022 email@example.com
USU EDUCATION AND HUMAN SERVICES WEEK: POLITICS AND EDUCATION
Politics and Education and why it matters. Community leaders in education will be discussing the implications that policy and politics have on the future educational landscape of Utah and the United States. Light Refreshments! Sponsored by the Government Relations Council. Location: USU TSC, Auditorium. Open To: USU Students Alumni Faculty Staff and the General Public. When: Thursday at 1pm. Website: http://www.cehs.usu.edu/index.php/about-us/news/125-education-and-human-services-week Contact: Beth Foley, 435-797-1473, firstname.lastname@example.org
USU PIZZA & POLITICS
This is our next installment of Pizza and Politics. Come get free pizza and learn about a different side of the GOP . This month's speaker will be James Humphreys from the Log Cabin Republicans. They're a group of conservative, moderate and libertarian Republicans who promote equal rights for Gay and Lesbian Americans. When: Thursday, February 8 @ 4pm. Cost: Free!
The Utah State University Ecology Center is pleased to announce the visit of Professor Brian J. McGill, a leading Macroecologist. Professor McGill's research is currently a major catalyst in the development of the science of biodiversity. During his visit Dr. McGill will be giving a seminar entitled "How close are we to a unified theory of biodiversity?". When: February 9th from 4:00-5:00pm. Cost: Free! It will be held at USU in the Engineering (ENGR) building room 103. All are welcome to attend both seminars. For more information, please visit the Ecology Center web page (http://www.usu.edu/ecology/htm/seminar).
CGOA ART PROJECT
Common Ground Outdoor Adventure will be hosting an art project. Come get out of the cold and craft inside with us. When: Thursday, February 9th at 4:00 pm. Cost is $3. Common Ground is a non-profit organization that provides outdoor recreation for people with disabilities. To sign up for this activity, request transportation or to learn about other activities, call 713-0288.
USU WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
Come cheer on the lady Aggies as they take on Louisiana Tech in the Spectrum. When: Thursday at 4pm. For more information or to buy tickets call 435.797.0305 or visit www.utahstateaggies.com
CITRUS & SAGE OPEN MIC NIGHT
Every Thursday there's "OPEN MIC NITE". Bring your musical talents and groupies and jam out in THE ROOM. 5-7PM @ Citrus and Sage Cafe on 100 East and 100 North in Logan http://www.citrusandsage.biz/index.html
USU AUDIOLOGY HUMANITARIAN MISSION FUNDRAISER
The USU Audiology department will be hosting a dinner to raise funds for their annual humanitarian mission this year. The dinner will be held at Hamilton's Steak and Seafood on February 9th at 6:00. Tickets are $30, $20 with a student ID and can be purchased at the front desk of the Communicative Disorders Lillywhite building.
WOMEN'S AVALANCHE CLASS
Women's Backcountry 101 is a designed for those new to the back country and those wanting a ground- up refresher. Heavy on practical, usable skills and local information, this is a great place to start building your avalanche skills. You will leave this class understanding the basics of safely travelling in avalanche terrain and sporting a great foundation for learning more. On Thursday night, we will be indoors presenting background material and on Saturday we will go out in the snow to practice what have learned, breaking up into smaller groups by ability level. Student/instructor ratios at both sessions are kept low to allow everyone to get personal attention and ask questions. When: Thursday 6pm to 8pm at the Logan Ranger Station, Saturday 9am to 4pm at Garden City. Cost: $110 ($20 discount for students) (all proceeds go to the Friends of the Utah Avalanche Center). For more information contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.utahavalanchecenter.org
INTERNET CAFE @ LOGAN ARTHOUSE & CINEMA
Come and enjoy our cozy atmosphere, free wi-fi and custom specialty drinks! You can snack on all our regular concessions, too! 6PM until midnight. Website: http://www.loganarthouse.com/
The Knotty Knitters meet from 6:15 to 8:30 p.m. every Thursday at the Senior Citizen Center in Logan. Everyone is invited to work on their crochet, knitting, needlework, cross-stitch projects and more. For more information, contact Cathy at 752-3923.
COOKING CLASS @ KITCHEN KNEADS
Valentine's Day only comes around once a year. Why not go all out and have a special breakfast that the whole family will enjoy! In this class, Natalie Straatman has recipes that are fun, delicious, and the whole family will love. Could there be a better way to start the day! A Valentine's breakfast is sure to become a family tradition! When: Thursday, February 9, 2012 @ 6:30 p.m. Menu: Homemade Biscuits & Gravy, Ultimate Breakfast Casserole, Creme Brulee French Toast with Dutch Honey Syrup, Pina Colada Breakfast Smoothie. Price: $15.00. Contact: 435-752-9220 email@example.com Where: 1211 N Main, Logan.
COMMUNITY VALENTINE DANCE
Cache Valley Assisted Living and the Providence City Youth Council are sponsoring a Community Valentine Dance on Feb 9th from 6:30p.m. to 8p.m. Featuring Swing Music and delicious desserts and fun for all ages. The dance will be held at C.V. Assisted Living @ 233 N Main in Providence. For more information: (435-792-4770).
PIRATES OF PENZANCE
Willow Valley Middle School (525 N 200 West, Wellsville) proudly presents “Pirates of Penzance” (a rousing Gilbert and Sullivan opera) on Feb 9th, 10th and 11th at 7p.m. Tickets are $3 per person and $15 per immediate family and will be sold at the door. For more information: (Bonnie Larsen 245-3755).
FREE MACEYS COOKING CLASS
Dinner Of Love! Every Valentine's Day the restaurants around town are packed! This year, stay home and enjoy the same five-star taste without the cost or the crowd! Stephanie Skewes will teach us how to make a meal of chicken parmesan, salad, breadsticks, and tiramisu! Don't you love it already? When: Thursday @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.
BIG BAND SWING CLUB
Thursdays 7:00PM to 10:00PM Come learn Big Band Swing Dancing! Swing Dancing is an original American art form, and a fun way to exercise and meet people. Come alone or with a partner; we offer lessons at 7, followed by social dancing. Beginners are welcome, and your first time is free. Come dance with us! Location: HPER Building - Room: 215. Open To: USU Students Alumni Faculty Staff and the General Public. Website: http://www.usu.edu/swing/ Contact: Jennifer Monsen, 801-699-0441 firstname.lastname@example.org
THE SLIPPER AND THE ROSE
Music Theatre West is proud to present The Slipper And The Rose. Be whisked away by this musical rendition of Cinderella, performed live on stage at the Ellen Eccles Theatre. Where: 43 S Main, Logan. When: Feb 9-11*, 13-14 @ 7:30pm, *1:30pm matinee on the 11th. Cost: $15-$19.
LEARN TO ROLL YOUR KAYAK
Kayak Roll Session 7:30pm- 9:30pm HYPER Pool Cost: $5/$8/$10. Starting in October our roll sessions will be held on Thursdays. Come practice your whitewater kayak roll in the HPER pool. Can't roll? No problem, we will have instructors on hand to help you figure it out. All equipment is provided, just bring your suit. This is open to students, faculty/staff, and the general public. Pre-register at the ORP. 435-797-3264.
Logan Unplugged is an acoustic music night that is free to the public every Thursday from 8 - 10 p.m. at Sultans Tavern 205 south main, Logan. Singer songwriters and fans of acoustic music gather to listen and enjoy the music and each others company. For more information call: 435 757 8970.
DANCE UNITED CLUB
Each month the club focuses on teaching a different dance. If you are interested in becoming a member, membership is $10 which includes a free t-shirt and admittance to all the membership parties. Lessons start at 8pm. Where: Tippets Gallery in the USU Chase Fine Arts Building.
COUNTRY WESTERN DANCING @ LEGENDS
FreeStyle Dance Company instructors provide the dance lessons. Come learn the Cowboy Cha Cha, Waltz, Two-Step, Triple Step, Line Dances, and more! 21 and older, please. Where: Legend's Billard Hall,2707 S HWY 89/91, Nibley. Cost: $5 per person. When: Thursday at 8pm. Contact Info: Erica Colvin, FreeStyle Dance Company, 435.535.1034 email@example.com