The Castle Valley Gourd Festival parade is like a lot of others: music, floats on trailers, and community members riding bikes, tractors and lawnmowers. But at the front of this parade struts “Gordy,” the parade marshal, decked out in a gourd costume designed by festival founders years ago.

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Thursday, October 10, 2019

If you’ve ever wondered what’s going on with that field of dirt at the Mayberry Native Plant Propagation Center, come to the open house on Saturday, Oct. 19. You’ll have the rare chance to learn how workers are growing two acres of cryptobiotic soil as an experiment and for possible use in r…

The poet and artist Jean Cocteau is credited with the line, “Writing is an act of love.”

Thursday, October 03, 2019

Trad climber? Sport climber? Gym climber? Aspiring climber? The Moab Craggin’ Classic has a space for everyone in the climbing community.

Thursday, September 26, 2019

At the John Wesley Powell River History Museum in Green River, there’s a hall of fame lined with photos of river runners surrounded by whitewater and stories of men and women who have run the region’s wild rivers.

Movie fans can support two good causes while enjoying adventurous short films when they attend the Banff Mountain Film Festival Tour when it arrives in Moab on Saturday, Oct. 5, and Sunday, Oct. 6.

Thursday, September 19, 2019

Anna Arsic will be sharing the results of her thesis research with the public during her free lecture titled “Exploring the Impacts of Student Participation in Canyon Country Outdoor Education,” on Thursday, Sept. 26, at 6 p.m. at the Moab Information Center.

Thursday, September 12, 2019

Building on years of conversation in Moab, the Resiliency Hub is hosting a visioning session on what creative reuse can look like in Moab. The public is welcome to attend the visioning session on Sept. 19 at 6 p.m. at the Moab Community Recycling Center, 1000 Sand Flats Road

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Utah is the "most religiously polarized electorate of any state in the Union," according Rod Decker, author of "Utah Politics: The Elephant in the Room."

Proper nutrition and a full stomach are mandatory for successful learning. Now that the school year is in full swing, Moab children can wrap up a day at school and prepare for evening study by first enjoying a delicious, nutritious and free meal at the Grand County Public Library.

Thursday, August 15, 2019

The corner of 100 West and Williams Way has undergone quite a transformation recently as the Hoodoo Moab, Curio Collection by Hilton—billed as Moab’s first four diamond-rated hotel—has neared completion, landscaping has gone in, and the Josie Wyatt’s Grille housed within the Hoodoo has opene…

Thursday, August 08, 2019

If you look for local and organic options when shopping for groceries, you’ve probably been to Moonflower Community Cooperative already.

If you attended a free concert at Swanny City Park recently, you may have noticed a group of dancers thoroughly enjoying themselves while swinging to the live music. Well, you can learn the steps, too.

Thursday, August 01, 2019

Learn about gardening and have fun socializing while pulling weeds at the Youth Garden Project. Then, stay for dinner.

If you’re having difficulty discovering your life’s passion or what career path to follow, Jo’Anne Smith would like to help.

You don’t have to be an overnight guest to attend yoga and meditation classes held at Red Moon Lodge, 2950 Old City Park Road.

Thursday, July 25, 2019

Skate Moab, a community-focused skate collective founded by five women who met playing roller derby, is hosting a skate night — a pop-up roller rink — on Friday, July 26.

Thursday, July 18, 2019

While on a work trip to Las Vegas four years ago, Moab resident Jake Zufelt attended an escape room and immediately became hooked. He returned home and said, “That’s the coolest thing, ever. I’m going to open one,” recalled his wife, Jamie.

While they are part-time soldiers ever-ready to provide security and support during state emergencies, their military mission is to perform music. The 23rd Army Band of the Utah National Guard will play a wide range of songs when they perform for the Moab Free Concert Series at Swanny City P…

Thursday, July 11, 2019

If you missed hearing Les Poules À Colin — a traditional music band from Quebec — at the Moab Folk Festival last November, you’ll have another chance to catch this great act when the Canadian group returns to perform for the Moab Free Concert Series on Friday, July 12, at Swanny City Park.

Thursday, July 04, 2019

When National Public Radio’s Ken Tucker reviewed Aaron Lee Tasjan’s new album “Karma for Cheap” during a Fresh Air program last fall, he said he was glad to have the CD along on a recent road trip and that the CD was a “keeper.”

Fifty-three-year-old Monticello resident Wendy Brandt competed in her first horse race at the age of 4.

Help maintain the gardens at the Youth Garden Project for an hour and a half, then stay for a delicious, home-cooked meal prepared from produce harvested from local gardens. The interactive garden and education nonprofit is hosting Weed ‘N’ Feeds events every other Wednesday, from April thro…

Thursday, June 27, 2019

Bluegrass will fuse with rock, heavy metal and punk when Part & Parcel performs live in Moab.

When we think of the Fourth of July, we often picture large community gatherings, picnics in the park, family games and (of course) fireworks. This year Moab residents can have it all.

Let the good times roll this Friday, June 28, at Community Skate Night.