“There I Was: My Life With Rivers” is the title of a presentation by Roy Webb, author of five books on the history of river running in Utah and the West, being presented on April 25.

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Thursday, April 18, 2019

Moonflower Community Cooperative is celebrating Earth Day on Saturday, April 20, with live music, free samples from its deli, demonstrations from various local and regional vendors and an “owner drive” to encourage new members to join the cooperatively-owned natural foods store.

Thursday, April 11, 2019

Off-road adventurers are coming to Moab for scenic views and obstacles at Easter Jeep Safari. As you plan your route, Moab volunteers say there’s a big reason to stay on the trails.

Whether it’s 2 p.m. on a Sunday or nearly midnight on a Wednesday, members of South Town

Famous artist Bob Ross said, “All you need to paint is a few tools, a little instruction, and a vision in your mind.” 

Thursday, April 04, 2019

As a kid growing up in Boulder, Colorado, filmmaker Michael Conti could not quite explain the feeling that overcame him from spending his childhood outdoors.

Thursday, March 28, 2019

“The Wild Bunch,” a classic 1969 Western film called “one of the greatest films of all time” by the American Film Institute, is screening at Star Hall on Wednesday, April 3.

The Youth Garden Project’s Weed ‘n’ Feed events are set to continue this year, running every other Wednesday from April through mid-October.

Ready to rock and roll? Get your bike wheels rolling at Moab Rocks.

Thursday, March 21, 2019

Herbalist Emily Stock has spent more than a decade studying the art of herbalism and learning to use herbs to treat various conditions as well as make natural, chemical-free body-care products.

Thursday, March 14, 2019

You never know what you’ll find at the annual Youth Garden Project Seed Swap and Potluck hosted by the Youth Garden Project and Moab Garden Club.

You know spring is almost here when Moab’s first races of the season are announced. The 43rd annual Canyonlands Half Marathon and 5 Mile Run will take place on Saturday, March 16.

Thursday, March 07, 2019

Jessica Jaramillo looks forward to celebrating her birthday at the Moab Thaw Mountain Bike Festival each March.

The Moab band Steelbender 191 is playing at Club Rio on Saturday, March 9, as a part of Poison Spider Bicycles’ Moab Thaw 2019 annual mountain biking festival.

There are many reasons why the Skinny Tire Festival draws participants like Phil Patten, of Utah County, to return year after year.

Students and educators have been practicing their singing and choreography in anticipation of the Broadway Junior performance on March 15 and the Broadway Review shows on March 29 and 30.

Thursday, February 28, 2019
Thursday, February 21, 2019

If you have never before seen a dog-agility competition, you’re in for a pleasant and exciting surprise this weekend.

Southern Utah offers public access to numerous historic and prehistoric sites — mysterious symbols pecked into the sandstone or painted in rich colors that have lasted centuries, sagging log cabins at old homestead sites and abandoned work camps of miners and railroad workers. This access dr…

Thursday, February 14, 2019

After Kevin Fedarko wrote “The Emerald Mile: The Epic Story of the Fastest Ride in History through the Heart of the Grand Canyon” — a thought-provoking adventure story that takes place on the Colorado River — he intended to move on to other topics.

Deep in the sandstone slot canyons of southern Utah, timeless narrow passages glow in orange light filtered from high above. Images like this have drawn increasingly more people to the sport of “canyoneering,” or canyon rappelling, which uses ropes to descend and traverse these unique geolog…

Thursday, February 07, 2019

Jessica Meyer believes we all have a musical composer within us, and she has been working with local student musicians as they compose a new musical ensemble to be performed at Star Hall on Friday, Feb. 8.

Cosy Sheridan is not only a skilled guitarist and talented singer-songwriter, she’s also a humorous storyteller whose concerts are always entertaining. Sheridan is returning to Moab for a performance on Saturday, Feb. 9, at 7 p.m. at the Moab Arts and Recreation Center, 111 E. 100 North. She…

You can speak your mind on recycling on Tuesday, Feb. 12, during the “Citizens to be Heard” portion of the Moab City Council meeting.

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Moab locals doing field work in Alaska are sharing climate data from the Arctic at the Grand County Public Library on Thursday, Jan. 31.

Thursday, January 24, 2019

Warm up your throwing arm and practice your juke before joining a team and signing up for the seventh annual BEACON Afterschool Community Dodgeball Tournament on Saturday, Jan. 26.

Bibliophiles, rejoice! Moab’s own KZMU Community Radio has a show just for you.

Learn how to stock your homemade medicine cabinet with natural remedies at a Build Your Own Apothecary class, the first of three workshops in an introductory Winter Wellness series, on Saturday, Jan. 26 at Moonflower Community Cooperative, 39 E. 100 North.

Thursday, January 17, 2019

The Moab Valley Multicultural Center is planning events to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. starting on the Friday before the federal holiday on Monday, Jan. 21.

A colorful holiday window painted with bells and “Season’s Greetings” at the Interact Club is a “thank you” from local artist Kathryn Welch to the organization for helping her get through a difficult time.

Spectators can watch hot air balloons take off and soar over southeast Utah at the 21st annual Bluff International Balloon Festival on Jan. 18-20.

Thursday, January 10, 2019

As a vocal performance major at Berklee College of Music in Boston, where she was often expected to sing Broadway tunes, and as a native of Texas where she was always asked to perform country music, singer-guitarist Kyndra Lee wasn’t sure that she wanted to do either.

As an early intervention specialist who works with young children and their families, Audrey Graham sees parents and other caregivers feeling isolated, especially in the colder months when there are fewer events going on in town, and the chilliness can make it hard to get outside.  

An enchilada dinner is one reward for participating in the second annual Arches Ultra Marathon, Moab’s newest trail race that follows the Bar M, Klonzo and Klondike trail systems near Arches National Park.

Thursday, January 03, 2019

Grab a drink and learn about the natural world at Science Moab on Tap, an accessible scientific presentation held monthly at a popular Moab bar.

The relative quiet in Moab this time of year makes winter a great season for finding a creative outlet, and the Moab Arts and Recreation Center (MARC) is offering several arts and crafts classes, starting in January and running through mid-March, as well as one on Bollywood dance.

There’s no mistaking a performance by the Moab Taiko Dan drumming group. With palpable energy they beat out formal percussion compositions on traditional Japanese-style drums, and it’s clear in their postures and smiles that they’re having fun. This month, the community is invited to join in…

Thursday, December 20, 2018

On Saturday, Dec. 22, The Broken Oar Restaurant will open its doors to give children and their families an opportunity to see Santa in a novel, interactive environment: his own workshop.