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Page numbers refer to the pages in Moab Happenings magazine. It can be downloaded or pick up a paper copy from many businesses in Moab, Salt Lake City or Grand Junction, Colorado.

June Events

Jun 19-25 Desert RATS 150 - a six day supported foot race adventure that covers a distance of approximately 143 miles. Fruita, CO to Moab, UT. geminiadventures.com

Jun 21 Live Music at Blu Pig- Lost Buffalo

Jun 22 Bluegrass night with Quicksand Soup. High powered music from one of the Four Corners most legendary bluegrass bands. Free admission. 8pm Moab Backyard Theater. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South

Jun 22 Live Music at Blu Pig- Community Music Night

Jun 22 Music in the Grapevines- is presenting an Exit 42 (country rock) concert at Two Rivers Winery. Gates open at 6pm, concert at 7pm. Picnics are encouraged. Two Rivers Wine available. Tickets $15 in advance; $20 at gate. Info and tickets at artcenterguild.org

Jun 22 FREE Concert with Family Trade- Join Davina Smith, candidate for Utah State House of Representatives, for an evening of Americana / Folk music and fun with local band, Family Trade! BYOB blanket or chair. Door prize if you ride your bike! Old City Park. 6-8:30pm. Questions: email info@davinaforut.com

Jun 23 Moab Information Lecture Series- Mallory Sandoval Lambert presents Ecological Interactions between Mountain Goats and American Pikas. Mountain goats (Oreamnos americanus) and American pikas (Ochotona princeps) are naturally co-occurring across most of their overlapping distributions in western N. America. The southern limit of the natural range of mountain goats is in Idaho, whereas American pikas occur naturally as far south as New Mexico. However, the mountain goat range has been extended southwards with the establishment of translocated subpopulations in Utah and Colorado. These mountain goats now share habitat with pikas, providing an opportunity to study potential ecological interactions between these two alpine specialists near the southern limits of their current ranges. Join Mallory Sandoval Lambert as she talks about how her research is exploring this previously unstudied system through field-based experimentation, with a focus on the La Sal Mountains in southern Utah. 5:00 pm, Moab Information Center, sponsored by Canyonlands Natural History Association (CNHA) and Moab Museum.

Jun 23 Finally! Someone has written a book about how to make peace! Barbe Chambliss, professional mediator and author of Women Peacemakers: What We Can Learn from Them, will speak at the Moab Library, on bringing forth conscious acts of peace in a progressively chaotic world, and discuss stories of the women change agents featured in her book. Free! 7pm. Presented by Grand County Public Library, 257 E. Center St. Info 435-259-1111, or www.moablibrary.org

Jun 23-Juniper Drive. Honky Tonk
with a twist 8pm Moab Backyard Theater.Free Admission. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South

Jun 23-24 Live Music at Blu Pig- Owen Cook

Jun 24 Free Locals Skate Night for all ages at Old Spanish Trail Arena Pavilion. $10 adults, $7 youth and $5 bring your own skates. 6-8pm

Jun 24 FREE Concert Series- Jeremy Garrett is known as an innovative fiddle player, expressive singer and soul-searching songwriter in the GRAMMY Award-winning band, The Infamous Stringdusters, who broke onto the national scene in 2007, scooping up 3 International Bluegrass Music Association awards, including Album and Song of the Year. Since then, the group has become a national ambassador for progressive bluegrass, playing to club, theater, and festival audiences around the country. 6-9pm Swanny Park

Jun 24 Magic Show with Rick Boretti, the Four Corners most acclaimed magician. Prepare to laugh, be mystified! 8pm Moab Backyard Theater. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South

Jun 25 Service Saturday at Arches -
Show your love for Arches National Park by helping clean up litter or pull weeds at a popular parking lot or trailhead (Time TBD)! All equipment will be provided and all ages and abilities welcome. Location and other details will be determined one week from the date of event. Each participant will receive a special thank-you item for volunteering time to care for the national park. For more information or to sign up, please contact Sofia Nicholson at sofia_nicholson@nps.gov or 435-719-2214.

Jun 25-26 Live Music at Blu Pig- Tyler Gould

Jun 25 Magic Show with Rick Boretti, the Four Corners most acclaimed magician. The longest running outdoor magic show in the Southwest! Prepare to laugh, be mystified! 8pm Moab Backyard Theater.. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South

Jun 25 The Dog Paddle-
Fun, family, pet friendly day at Ken's Lake with paddleboard yoga, games, prizes, music, and more! www.underdogrescuemoab.com

Jun 25-26 Golf Tournament-
Arch & Horsehead 2-man/2-lady, sr men wht tees /all women. Info: moabgolf@citlink.net, 435-259-6488, Moab Golf Course

Jun 26 Mental Health Hike- Join Canyonlands Field Institute from 1PM - 6PM for an afternoon in the mountains focusing on building community and prioritizing mental health. We will be doing various activities to connect to nature and ourselves including hiking, journaling, and art. Let’s come together to renew our spirit in the aspen forests and wildflower meadows of the La Sal Mountains. This event is free, snacks and shuttle provided. Email development@cfimoab.org for information.

Jun 26 Live Music at Glorias Corner Cafe- Joey Ganino, 11pm-1am

Jun 28 Live Music at Blu Pig- Lost Buffalo

Jun 29 Summer Harvest Sale- Stock up and save when you shop at Moonflower Co-op during our Summer Harvest Sale! Owners save 15% off any purchase and all customers receive 5% off everything in the store! 8am - 8pm

Jun 29 Weed 'n' Feed- Join us at Youth Garden Project every other Wednesday to help out with weeding in the garden, meet new people, and enjoy a garden-fresh meal prepared by volunteer chefs. 6-8pm, free and open to all ages!

Jun 29 Bluegrass night
with Quicksand Soup. High powered music from one of the Four Corners most legendary bluegrass bands. Free admission. 8pm Moab Backyard Theater Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South

Jun 29 Live Music at Blu Pig
- Community Music Night

Jun 29 Adult Disco Skate Night 18+ at the Old Spanish Trail Arena Pavilion from 7-10 pm. DJ tba, $15 with skate rental, $10 bring your own or off skate entry.

Jun 30 Juniper Drive. Honky Tonk with a twist 8pm Moab Backyard Theater. Free Admission. Outside Food and Drink welcome. 56 W. 100 South

Jun 30-Jul 1 Live Music at Blu Pig- The Teccas

July Events

Jul 2 Independence Day Community Celebration

Jul 2 La Sal Mountains Butterfly Count- Join us to learn about, and participate in our annual survey of butterflies of the La Sal Mountains. We’ll meet at the Moab Information Center 25 E Center St, Moab, UT. Saturday, July 2, 2022, at 8:00 AM..The North America Butterfly Association participation fee is $3.00 per person. Join the conversation about butterflies and moths of Southeastern Utah https://www.facebook.com/groups/S.E.UT.Leps/ See pg 7B

Jul 2 Guardians of the Galaxy - Free Movie Moab Summer Film Series- Bring blankets, chairs and water. Popcorn provided. Swanny City Park about 8:30pm. Alcoholic beverages will be sold.

Jul 4 Independence Day

Jul 7 Arts & Ag Market Moab Arts & The City of Moab are hosting the market at Swanny City Park. Peruse local artist's goods, buy fresh and locally grown vegetables from our beloved food producers, and say hello to your neighbors! Friendly reminder that dogs are not allowed at Swanny. 5-8pm/dusk info: 435-259-6272

Jul 8 Moab FREE Concert Series- Con Brio a San Francisco Bay Area seven-piece that plays energetic soul, psych-rock and R&B that’s as fresh and freethinking as the place they call home, will take the stage. Collectively operated and constantly evolving, Con Brio is a creative hub for some of the Bay Area’s most gifted veteran musicians. As of 2021, Con Brio features singer Sarah Clarke — known for her vocal range and magnetic stage presence — as well as guitarist Benjamin Andrews, keyboardist AJ McKinley, trumpeter Brendan Liu, saxophonist Marcus Stephens, bassist Jonathan Kirchner and drummer Andrew Laubacher. 6-9pm at Swanny City Park

Jul 8 & 9 Canyon Country Stewardship Training-
Transform your recreation into stewardship! SUWA’s Stewardship Program works every year to remediate, rehabilitate, and reclaim impacts to the wilderness character of our public lands. Help us accomplish our goals by becoming a part of our Wilderness Stewardship Program in Grand County. Become involved with our public lands monitoring initiative, increase our on-the-ground presence across Utah, and help us directly counter increasing impacts to our wild places. Info: volunteer@suwa.org To Register: suwa.org/apply

Jul 9 KZMU Annual Golf Classic-
in memory of Jeff Flanders. Registration and information call Moab Golf Club 435-259-6488

Jul 13 Weed 'n' Feed- Join us at Youth Garden Project every other Wednesday to help out with weeding in the garden, meet new people, and enjoy a garden-fresh meal prepared by volunteer chefs. 6-8pm, free and open to all ages!

Jul 15 Friday Family Skate
for all ages at the Sun Court by Star Hall. $10 adults, $7 youth and $5 bring your own skates. 6-8pm

Jul 15 Inside Out - Free Movie Moab Summer Film Series- Bring blankets, chairs and water. Popcorn provided. Swanny City Park about 8:30pm

Jul 15-23: Survive & Thrive: A Crash Course in Self-Sufficiency and Sustainability- This week-long course, taught by author and educator Dan Chiras, will provide an overview of numerous aspects of sustainable living and self-sufficiency. Throughout the week, participants will have the opportunity to participate in lectures, group discussions, hands-on workshops, and tours around the Moab community. Community Rebuilds courses offer day, non-residential (local), and residential passes ranging from $100-$1200. To learn more, go to www.communityrebuilds.org/workshopscourses

Jul 16-17 Golf Tournament- Global Scramble Challenge, mixed. Info: moabgolf@citlink.net, 435-259-6488, Moab Golf Course

Jul 19 Music in the Grapevines- is presenting Wild Flight (contemporary and jazz) in concert at Two Rivers Winery. Gates open at 6pm, concert at 7pm. Picnics are encouraged. Two Rivers Wine available. Tickets $15 in advance; $20 at gate. Info and tickets at artcenterguild.org

Jul 21 Weed 'n' Feed- Join us at Youth Garden Project every other Wednesday to help out with weeding in the garden, meet new people, and enjoy a garden-fresh meal prepared by volunteer chefs. 6-8pm, free and open to all ages!

Jul 21 Arts & Ag Market Moab Arts & The City of Moab are hosting the market at Swanny City Park. Peruse local artist's goods, buy fresh and locally grown vegetables from our beloved food producers, and say hello to your neighbors! Friendly reminder that dogs are not allowed at Swanny. 5-8pm/dusk info: 435-259-6272

Jul 22-23 Jam Skate Camp! Old Spanish Trail Arena. Info at facebook.com/skatemoab

Jul 23, 24, 25 Country Jam - Grand junction

Jul 23 Service Saturday at Arches - Show your love for Arches National Park by helping clean up litter or pull weeds at a popular parking lot or trailhead (Time TBD)! All equipment will be provided and all ages and abilities welcome. Location and other details will be determined one week from the date of event. Each participant will receive a special thank-you item for volunteering time to care for the national park. For more information or to sign up, please contact Sofia Nicholson at sofia_nicholson@nps.gov or 435-719-2214.

Jul 23 Star Party at Sand Flats Recreation Area
stargazemoab@gmail.com

Jul 24 Pioneer Day

Jul 24-Aug 1: Community Rebuilds Essentials: How We Build Sustainable, Affordable Homes- In the past 12 years, we’ve learned a lot about building with sustainability and affordability at the forefront. This crash course will squeeze that knowledge into an action-packed five-day overview, complete with hands-on experiential learning opportunities and a focus on creating community. Topics in this course will include natural building techniques, working with local policies, and living with your home with sustainability and community in mind. Community Rebuilds courses offer day, non-residential (local), and residential passes ranging from $100-$1200. To learn more, go to www.communityrebuilds.org/workshopscourses

Jul 27 Adult Disco Skate Night 18+ at the Old Spanish Trail Arena Pavilion from 7-10 pm. DJ tba, $15 with skate rental, $10 bring your own or off skate entry.

Jul 27 Weed 'n' Feed- Join us at Youth Garden Project every other Wednesday to help out with weeding in the garden, meet new people, and enjoy a garden-fresh meal prepared by volunteer chefs. 6-8pm, free and open to all ages!

Jul 29 Moab FREE Concert Series- Los Mocochetes, a Chicano Funk band from Denver, CO, will perform. This colorful cast of characters fuses thoughtfully brazen, socio/politically charged song lyrics, groovilicious melodies and high-energy stage antics to create an immersive experience unlike anything you've ever seen before. They have chosen to use their music to inspire and encourage positive social change, and they have a ton of fun along the way! Music is medicine, laughter is medicine, community is medicine. 6-9pm Swanny City Park.

Jul 29-30 Saints to Sinners Bike Relay- Ride from the Heavenly Heights of Utah to the Infernal Heat of Las Vegas in this year’s annual Saints to Sinners Bike Relay! register today for the best time you can have on two wheels! www.SaintsToSinners.com

Jul 30 Stateline Bar & Grill Car Show- Bubba Bartosh and the Redrock Outlaw Band performing. Dove Creek, Colorado.

Always Ongoing

Community Soup and Bread Lunch
Thursdays from 11:30am to 1:00pm at the St. Francis Episcopal Chruch (250 Kane Creek Boulevard, Moab). Call St. Francis Episcopal Church at 435 259-5831 for information.

Community Food Pantry
Fridays from 5-7pm at the St. Francis Episcopal Church (250 Kane Creek Boulevard, Moab) Call St. Francis Episcopal Church at 435 259-5831 for information. Ongoing at Old Spanish Trail Arena
• Zumba Tuesdays & Thursdays in the pavilion
• Open Horseback Riding by reservation
• Baseball Practices & Games
Call 435-259-1311 for event details Outdoor Donation Based Yoga Class held at Our Village Community Center. Mondays 9-10am. 721 N 500W Moab UT. Behind Tex's Riverways. 435-220-0809 

VIRTUAL Yoga Classes with Star Kolb Live, interactive, online yoga classes that are surprisingly and wonderfully personal. Go to website for zoom connection at www.sundari-designs.com mindivine@gmail.com.


Moab ArtTrails Sculpture Exhibit - See 2021-2022 Exhibition  Map       or visit   moabarttrail.org


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