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August Events in Moab

Aug 16 Touring Mushroom Author Peter McCoy - from 6-8pm at the Moab Library, 257 E. Center St. A free evening presentation & reading on McCoy’s new & unprecedented book, Radical Mycology: A Treatise On Seeing & Working With Fungi. Fungi are everywhere around us, fulfilling critical ecological roles & sustaining whole habitats. Mushrooms & other fungi are deeply woven in the history of the Earth & human cultures from around the world. Today mushroom cultivation is increasingly proving its ability to address a range of pressing global issues, from food shortages, to chronic disease rates, to environmental degradation. Most people are unaware of the importance that the Fungal Kingdom holds in stewarding our world.

Aug 17 Toastmasters - is a self-paced public speaking club. Held at Zions Bank Building at Noon on the first & third Wednesday of each month.

Aug 17 Moab Backyard Theater
- CD Release Party!! Bluegrass Night with Quicksand Soup. Free. 8pm Behind Zax at 56W 100 South. See article on pg 10A.

Aug 17 Swing Dance Night at Club Rio - Beginner lesson at 8pm for just $5 (no experience or partner necessary!) Social dancing from 9pm-11pm is always FREE to all, ages 21+. 2 S. 100 West. For info: 435-225-6248

Aug 17-Sept 30 Display at Museum of Moab of refurbished Musical art instruments. This artwork will be sold via online public auction that will run from Sept 1-15. See article on pg 3A. www.moabmusicfestival.org/instrument-art-auction

Aug 18 Moab Farmers' Market - Swanny City Park from 4:30-7pm. Fruit, veggies, entertainment & education for the whole family. Sponsored by the Southeastern Utah District Health Department. info: (435) 259-5602.

Aug 18 4th Annual Moab BandAid Fundraiser at Farmer's Market
- Swanny City Park. Live performances from 5-7 pm by the Grand County High School Marching Band, the Moab Community Dance Band, and the Fiery Furnace. Free, but will happily accept donations for the Grand County High School Marching Band.

Aug 18 Free Lecture Series
- The Patterson Bundle - Join BLM Archaeologist, Don Montoya, as he discusses the Patterson Bundle; a leather wrapped assemblage of Native American artifacts that was discovered in the Book Cliffs of southeastern Utah in the early 1980s. The Patterson Bundle was held and displayed temporarily at the Museum of Moab and at the Moab BLM Office. Due to government regulations the bundle was taken to the Utah Museum of Natural History where it resides today. Don's presentation will be about the Patterson Bundle and what we can do to bring it back to Moab. Sponsored by the Canyonlands Natural History Association & Museum of Moab. 6pm at the Moab Information Center, corner of Center & Main.

Aug 18 Moab Free Film Screenings
- 7pm at Star Hall, 159 E. Center St. Janis: Little Girl Blue a moving, insightful portrait of the original "Rock Chick" Janis Joplin, a woman with a ferocious, soulful voice who broke into the male-dominated music scene but grappled with her inner demons & addictions. Brought to you by the Utah Film Center & Grand County Public Library.

Aug 18 Moab Backyard Theater
- Magic Night with the award-winning magic of Rick Boretti. 8pm $5. Behind Zax at 56 W 100 South.

Aug 18 "What About Recycling?" 5:30 - 7pm What does number 7 plastic mean? What about cereal boxes? Pizza boxes? Blue glass? Styrofoam? Packing peanuts: Electronics? Also where do various recyclables go when they are recycled in this town? Where does our waste go? What is the status of community composting? Find out the answers to many of your questions about recycling in Moab in an interactive presentation by Dr. Roslynn Brain, USU Moab at the MARC.

Aug 18-21 Helper Arts, Music & Film Festival
Live music, art yard for kids, car show, food, gallery stroll. Helperartsfest.com see article/ad on p. 8B

Aug 19 Jurassic Walk and Talk at the Copper Ridge Dinosaur Trackway. Join a BLM paleontologist for a free walk with dinosaurs at 9 am. After daytime adventuring, bring the kids by the Moab Information Center at 6 pm for “Fun with Fossils”—a free hands-on learning activity led by a paleontologist.  For directions and additional information, see page 3B or call the BLM at (435) 259-2100. 

Aug 19 Moab Backyard Theater - Magic Night with the award-winning magic of Rick Boretti. 8pm $5. Western Music with The Canyon Cowboys. 9pm Free. Behind Zax at 56 W 100 South.

Aug 19 Gravel Pit Lanes - 7pm No-Tap Monte Carlo, Moab Style! Call (435) 259-4748 to reserve a spot only 12 lanes available.1078 Millcreek Drive.

Aug 20 Jurassic Walk and Talk at the Mill Canyon Tracksite. Join a BLM paleontologist for a free walk with dinosaurs at 9 am. After daytime adventuring, come by the Moab Information Center at 6 pm for “Bones, Stones, and Fossil Zones”—a free paleontology talk about the Moab area’s dinosaurs.  For directions and additional info, see page 3B or call the BLM at (435) 259-2100. 

Aug 20 Canyon Country Discovery Center, Monticello Grand Opening Celebration of Four Corners School of Outdoor Education's new campus, 10 am - sunset, Live music R. Carlos Nakai Jazz Quartet, food, art, games and more.
see ad & article pg 19A.

Aug 20 Moab Backyard Theater - Magic Night with the award-winning magic of Rick Boretti. 8pm $5. Behind Zax at 56 W 100 South.

Aug 21 Jurassic Walk and Talk at the Mill Canyon Bone Trail. Join a BLM paleontologist for a free walk with dinosaurs at 9 am. After daytime adventuring, come by the Moab Information Center at 6 pm for “Dino Tracks and Facts”—a free paleontology talk about dinosaur tracks found in the Moab area.  For directions and additional information, see page 3B or call the BLM at (435) 259-2100. 

Aug 21 Canyonlands Field Institute Annual Benefit Dinner & Silent Auction
- At Whispering Oaks Ranch in the La Sal Mountains. Keynote speaker is Kevin Jones.
Dinner provided by Love Muffin. Rides to and from Moab are available. Tickets cost $60 and must be purchased in advance. Call 435-259-7750 or go online cfimoab.org/events for info and to purchase tickets. See article on p. 19A

Aug 22 Chess Club at The Alley Sports Pub & Grill 6pm til close. 1078 Millcreek Dr. 435-259-4748.

Aug 24 Moab Backyard Theater - Bluegrass Night with Quicksand Soup. Free. 7:30pm Behind Zax at 56W 100 S.

Aug 25 Moab Farmers' Market - Swanny City Park from 4:30-7pm. Fruit, veggies, entertainment & education for the whole family. Sponsored by the Southeastern Utah District Health Department. info: (435) 259-5602.

Aug 25 Moab Backyard Theater
- Magic Night with the award-winning magic of Rick Boretti. 8pm $5. Behind Zax, 56 W 100 S.

Aug 25 Founders Day, Celebrate NPS 100 Birthday
with a Community Fair at Moab Information Center from 9 am to 4 pm. The parks of the Southeast Utah Group (Arches NP, Canyonlands NP, Hovenweep National Monument and Natural Bridges National Monument) will join all units of the National Park System in celebration to commemorate this historic birthday. To celebrate 100 years of preserving America's most treasured places as national parks, rangers will offer fun, family-friendly activities throughout the day at the MIC (corner of Center and Main Street) downtown Moab. Stop by and join in the fun!

Aug 25 Centennial Film Series at Arches National Park Visitors Center. 7 pm. (doors open at 6:30 pm) Movie Night - showcasing park films from lesser-known units of the National Park Service in celebration of the National Park Service's 100th Birthday. Get free tickets (required) available on August 18th at Arches NP or at the Moab Information Center. See ad on page 2A.

Aug 25 National Park Service Centennial
- The National Park Service turns 100 years old in 2016 & we want everyone to join the party! On 16 days in 2016, all National Park Service sites that charge an entrance fee will offer free admission to everyone. Visit nps.gov/findapark/feefreeparks.htm.

Aug 26 Jurassic Walk and Talk at the Poison Spider Dinosaur Trackway .
Join a BLM paleontologist for a free walk with dinosaurs at 9 am. After daytime adventuring, bring the kids by the Moab Information Center at 6 pm for “Fun with Fossils”—a free hands-on learning activity led by a paleontologist.  For directions and additional information, see page 3B or call the BLM at (435) 259-2100. 

Aug 26 Gravel Pit Lanes - 7pm No-Tap Monte Carlo, Moab Style! Call (435) 259-4748 to reserve a spot - only 12 lanes available.1078 Millcreek Drive.

Aug 26 Moab Backyard Theater
- Magic Night with the award-winning magic of Rick Boretti. 8pm $5. Western Music with The Canyon Cowboys. 9pm Free. Behind Zax at 56 W 100 South.

Aug 27 Jurassic Walk and Talk at the Dinosaur Stomping Ground.
Join a BLM paleontologist for a free walk with dinosaurs at 9 am. After daytime adventuring, come by the Moab Information Center at 6 pm for “Bones, Stones, and Fossil Zones”—a free paleontology talk about the Moab area’s dinosaurs.  For directions and additional information, see page 3B or call the BLM at (435) 259-2100.
 
Aug 27 Edge of the Cedars State Park Museum Lecture Series
- join Laurie Webster on Re-Excavating Ancient Textiles, Baskets, Wood, & Hides from Southeastern Utah, 2pm. See ad pg 8A

Aug 27 Moab Backyard Theater - Magic Night with the award-winning magic of Rick Boretti. 8pm $5. Behind Zax at 56 W 100 S.

Aug 27 Latin Night at Club Rio - 8pm come to Club Rio for a $5 All Levels bachata lesson with Hurricane Rita. No partner necessary to dance! Followed by Bachata, kizomba, Zouk, & Salsa until 11pm. Perfect for a date night! 21+ (2S 100W). dancemoab.com for more information.

Aug 28 Jurassic Walk and Talk at the Copper Ridge Dinosaur Trackway.
Join a BLM paleontologist for a free walk with dinosaurs at 9 am. After daytime adventuring, come by the Moab Information Center at 6 pm for “Dino Tracks and Facts”—a free paleontology talk about dinosaur tracks found in the Moab area.  For directions and additional information, see page 3B or call the BLM at (435) 259-2100.

Aug 29 Chess Club at The Alley Sports Pub & Grill
6pm til close. 1078 Millcreek Dr. 435-259-4748.

Aug 31 Water Harvesting, Conservation & Use - 6pm at USU Moab pergola, 125 W. 200 South. Learn how to design from water to plants. Focus on various strategies for efficient water use (passive, & active water harvesting & holistically designed drip irrigation systems). Free! Sign up by emailing beeinspiredmoab@gmail.com.

Aug 31 Moab Backyard Theater - Bluegrass Night with Quicksand Soup. Free. 8pm Behind Zax at 56W 100 South.

Aug 31 Free Latin Night at Club Rio - Kizomba -8 pm come to Club Rio for a $5 All Levels kizomba lesson with Hurricane Rita. Followed by social dance until 11pm. (2S 100W). dancemoab.com

September Events in Moab

Sep 1-12 Moab Music Festival. The 24th annual festival features music in concert with the landscape. Chamber music, jazz, Latin and traditional music. See article on pg 17A. For tickets and program: www.moabmusicfest.org
Sep 1 Schubert/Beatles, Star Hall, 7:30 pm Part of the Moab Music Festival concert season. For ticket and program info: moabmusicfest.org

Sep 2 Jurassic Walk and Talk at Mill Canyon Tracksite. Join a BLM paleontologist for a free walk with dinosaurs at 9 am. After daytime adventuring, bring the kids by the Moab Information Center at 6 pm for “Fun with Fossils”—a free hands-on learning activity led by a paleontologist.  For directions and additional info, see page 3B or call the BLM at (435) 259-2100. 

Sep 2 Opening Night: Spanish Gold. Star Hall, 7:00 pm Part of the Moab Music Festival concert season. For ticket and program info: moabmusicfest.org Moab Artist Studio Tour reception before and at intermission.

Sep 2 Gravel Pit Lanes - 7pm No-Tap Monte Carlo, Moab Style! We throw some colored pins into the mix. Get a strike on colored pin combinations & win from $1 to $25. We match you with a random secret partner every game to give you even more chances to win $$$. Call (435) 259-4748 to reserve a spot - only 12 lanes available.1078 Millcreek Drive.

Sep 2-6 RR4W Labor Day Campout. Annual event hosted by Red Rock 4 Wheelers. see details in Jeep Safari Magazine p.64,65 or visit rr4w.com to register.

Sep 3 Jurassic Walk and Talk at the Mill Canyon Bone Trail. Join a BLM paleontologist for a free walk with dinosaurs at 9 am. After daytime adventuring, come by the Moab Information Center at 6 pm for “Bones, Stones, and Fossil Zones”—a free paleontology talk about the Moab area’s dinosaurs.  For directions and additional information, see page 3B or call the BLM at (435) 259-2100. 

Sep 3 Nine Ball Pool Tourneys - 6:30pm til close, Gravel Pit Lanes, 1078 Millcreek Dr, 435-259-4748.

Sep 3 Pacquito D'Rivera Ensemble, Red Cliffs Lodge, 6pm Part of the Moab Music Festival concert season. For tickets: moabmusicfest.org

Sep 3-4 Moab Artists Studio Tour. Visit artists in the native habitat in Moab and Castle Valley. Twelve artists will open their studios Saturday and Sunday from 10am - 4 pm. For maps visit: www.moabstudiotour.com free admission, see article on pg 1B

Sep 4 Jurassic Walk and Talk at the Poison Spider Dinosaur Trackway. Join a BLM paleontologist for a free walk with dinosaurs at 9 am. After daytime adventuring, come by the Moab Information Center at 6 pm for “Dino Tracks and Facts”—a free paleontology talk about dinosaur tracks found in the Moab area.  For directions and additional information, see page 3B or call the BLM at (435) 259-2100.

Sep 4 Open Rehearsal Conversation, Star Hall, 11:00 am Free admission, Part of the Moab Music Festival concert season. For ticket and program info: moabmusicfest.org

Sep 4 Clarice Assad + OFF THE CLIFF, Red Cliffs Lodge, 6pm Part of the Moab Music Festival concert season. For ticket and program info: moabmusicfest.org

Sep 5 LABOR DAY

Sep 5 Rocky Mountain Power Family Concert, 2:00 pm Free admission, Old City Park. Part of the Moab Music Festival concert season. moabmusicfest.org

Sep 5 Chess Club at The Alley Sports Pub & Grill - 6pm til close. 1078 Millcreek Dr. 435-259-4748.

Sep 7 Toastmasters - is a self-paced public speaking club. Held at Zions Bank Building at Noon on the first & third Wednesday of each month.

Sep 7 Swing Dance Night at Club Rio - learn to Swing Dance! Join us every 1st & 3rd Wednesday night brought to you by the Moab Swing Dance Community. Beginner lesson at 7pm for just $5 (no experience or partner necessary!) & dance the night away to sweet swing & blues tunes. Social dancing from 8pm-10pm is always FREE to all, ages 21+. (2 S. 100 West.) 435-225-6248

Sep 9 19th, 20th and 21st Century American Masters, 7pm, Star Hall. Part of the Moab Music Festival concert season. For ticket and program info: moabmusicfest.org

Sep 9 Gravel Pit Lanes - 7pm No-Tap Monte Carlo, Moab Style! Call (435) 259-4748 to reserve a spot - only 12 lanes available.1078 Millcreek Drive.

Sep 10 Renee Rosnes Quartet, Sorrel River Ranch, 6pm Part of the Moab Music Festival concert season. For ticket and program info: moabmusicfest.org

Sep 10 Indian Summer Festival & Car Show- 10am-3pm at Veterans Park, Monticello, Utah. Sponsored by the Monticello Rotary Club. Dutch Oven Cook-off, Car Show, Rummage Sale. For info call Wayne 435-419-0271 or Jennifer 435-419-0749.

Sep 10 Art Walk - You can enjoy Art Walk on the second Saturdays of April, May, June, September, October & November, from 6-9pm. Visit up to eight different venues, see & appreciate many different art displays & enjoy refreshments. For info visit moabartwalk.com or call 435-259-6272.

Sep 10 Nine Ball Pool Tourneys - 6:30pm til close, Gravel Pit Lanes, 1078 Millcreek Dr, 435-259-4748.

Sep 10 Moab Bike Patrol Training. Moab Bike Patrollers assist riders with bike repair and first aid. They also work on trail projects and provide information about riding options and trail use. Learn more at moabbikepatrol.com. Email Russ at moabbikepatrol@gmail.com regarding the training and membership.

Sep 10-11 Steak & Suds, Moab Golf Tournament

Sep 11 Closing Night:Ars Longa, Vita Brevis, 7pm
Star Hall. Part of the Moab Music Festival concert season. For ticket and program info: moabmusicfest.org

Sep 12 Chess Club at The Alley Sports Pub & Grill - 6pm til close. 1078 Millcreek Dr. 435-259-4748.

Sep 13 Sheng Zhen Healing Gong - is a moving and non moving meditation class for self healing, with certified teacher Lisa De Rees from 1:00-1:45pm, by donation, at the Grand Center Vitality Room, 182 North 500 West. 435-260-9678.

Sep 14-18 Utah Navajo Fair


Sep 15 David Yoder ~Fremont Figurines: Little artifact, Big story ~ The Fremont (a prehistoric Native American culture) lived in Utah around 1000 years ago. These people made amazing human shaped clay figurines; some exquisitely decorated with painted tattoos, appliqued hairstyles, and jewelry, while others were plain and crude. Join me for an hour as we explore this cultural phenomenon. We'll view photographs of figurines from around the Fremont world and hear why these people may have made and used these intriguing artifacts.

Sep 15 Farm to Table Three Course Dinner Cooking Class. Join Tamara Goodenbour for a fun farm to table three course dinner for all cooking levels. Tamara will share her love of conscious food that is full of flavor! She is a certified sous chef and recent graduate from the Colorado Mountain College in culinary arts and has over 20 years of experience in restaurants. 6-7:30pm at the Youth Garden Project kitchen. Please sign up at Moonflower Community Cooperative, as class size is limited.

Sep 16 Dinosaur Tracks Paleontology - Join Canyonlands Field Institute on this day-long tour from Moab. We will visit some of the most spectacular of the Moab area’s many dinosaur footprint sites of the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, seeing tracks left by carnivorous and herbivorous giants! Bring a camera and be prepared to walk where dinosaurs roamed millions of years ago. For more info or to enroll call CFI at 435-259-7750 or go online at cfimoab.org

Sep 16 Gravel Pit Lanes - 7pm No-Tap Monte Carlo, Moab Style! Call (435) 259-4748 to reserve a spot - only 12 lanes available.1078 Millcreek Drive.

Sep 16-17 Green River Melon DaysSept.

16-17 Chalk the Museum. Transform the John Wesley Powell River History Museum in Green River into a vibrant outdoor gallery at the first ever Chalk the Museum!  We will provide each participant with chalk to draw their own mural on the exterior of the museum. All ages and abilities are welcome at this Melon Days event! For more information or to pre-register, visit johnwesleypowell.com/engaging-the-public/events/.

Sep 17 Chaco Canyon and the Rise of Complexity in the Middle and Northern San Juan Regions, Susan Ryan, 2 pm Edge of the Cedars State Park Museum, Blanding. See ad on p.8A

Sep 17 Nine Ball Pool Tourneys - 6:30pm til close, Gravel Pit Lanes, 1078 Millcreek Dr, 435-259-4748.

Sep 19 Chess Club at The Alley Sports Pub & Grill - 6pm til close. 1078 Millcreek Dr. 435-259-4748.

Sep 20 Sheng Zhen Healing Gong - is a moving and non moving meditation class for self healing, with certified teacher Lisa De Rees from 1:00-1:45pm, by donation, at the Grand Center Vitality Room, 182 North 500 West. 435-260-9678.

Sep 21 Toastmasters - is a self-paced public speaking club. Held at Zions Bank Building at Noon on the first & third Wednesday of each month.

Sep 22-25 Moab Festival of Science- Connecting and inspiring the citizens of Eastern Utah, particularly youth, with the wonders of science and the joy of scientific discovery.

Sept. 22 – Seth Jarvis ~ Our National Parks-Celebrating the Centennial, Preparing for the Bicentennial ~ Join the Director of the Clark Planetarium (in Salt Lake City), Seth Jarvis, as he takes us on a journey through the stars to celebrate the 100th birthday of the National Parks system! Seth Jarvis has been an enthusiastic, amateur astronomer since he built his first telescope at the age of 12. He started working for the Hansen Planetarium in Salt Lake City as an usher in 1978. He then went on to be one of the planetarium’s first “AstroVan” outreach astronomy lecturers and traveled to rural Utah schools. Seth became the director of the Clark Planetarium when it opened in 2003. He is the author of several programs that now play in planetariums and science centers around the world. Come explore the night sky and learn what the stars have to teach us!

Sep 23 Gravel Pit Lanes - 7pm No-Tap Monte Carlo, Moab Style! Call (435) 259-4748 to reserve a spot - only 12 lanes available.1078 Millcreek Drive.

Sep 23 Dancing with the Moab Stars 2016- based on the popular hit TV show, Dancing with the Stars, The Moab Valley Multicultural Center is excited to present this 3rd annual event. Don’t miss this fun community event, dance competition, & MVMC fundraiser. It has always been a sold-out​ show, so​ ​be​ ​sure to get yourself a ticket​ ​early! ​For info 435-259-5444.

Sep 23-25 Red Rocks Amateur Golf Tournament Moab Golf Course, 259-6488

Sep 24 National Park Fee Free Day -The National Park Service turns 100 years old in 2016 & they want everyone to join the party! On 16 days in 2016, all National Park Service sites that charge an entrance fee will offer free admission to everyone. For more info visit nps.gov/findapark/feefreeparks.htm.

Sep 24 Nine Ball Pool Tourneys - 6:30pm til close, Gravel Pit Lanes, 1078 Millcreek Dr, 435-259-4748.

Sep 25-Oct 1 Gay Adventure Week and Moab Pride Festival

Sep 26 Chess Club at The Alley Sports Pub & Grill - 6pm til close. 1078 Millcreek Dr. 435-259-4748.

Sep 27 Sheng Zhen Healing Gong - is a moving and non moving meditation class for self healing, with certified teacher Lisa De Rees from 1:00-1:45pm, by donation, at the Grand Center Vitality Room, 182 North 500 West. 435-260-9678.

Sep 29 Laurie Webster ~ Ancient Textiles, Baskets, Wood and Hides from Southeastern Utah: Latest Findings from the Cedar Mesa Perishables Project ~ During the 1890’s, local “cowboy” archaeologists excavated thousands of prehistoric perishable artifacts from alcoves in Southeastern Utah. Most were shipped to museums outside of the Southwest, where they were largely forgotten by archaeologists and the public. Who were these early collectors, where did these objects go, and what insights do they provide about the clothing, ingenuity, and daily lives of the early inhabitants of Southeastern Utah? In this presentation, Laurie Webster will discuss her recent research with these collections and highlight some of the extraordinary 1000 to 2000 year-old textiles, baskets, hides, wooden implements, and other perishable artifacts from sites in this region.

Sep 30 Gravel Pit Lanes - 7pm No-Tap Monte Carlo, Moab Style! Call (435) 259-4748 to reserve a spot - only 12 lanes available.1078 Millcreek Drive.

Sep 30-Oct 2 Outerbike Fall, bicycle manufacturers expo. test rider your favorite new bike. registration includes, shuttles, prizes, movies and entrance to parties. for more info. see description on p. 2B www.outerbike.com

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