Southwestern Utah habitats can attract over 375 species of birds during the year. The habitats range from desert to pine with riparian areas. During the St. George winter months many waterfowl migrate...
In 2014, the Utah Humanities Book Festival recognized the St. George Book Festival as its SISTER festival. Making the St. George Book Festival #1 in Southern Utah for literary, author and book expo events. The book festival has also become Southern Utah's signature literary event.Utah Humanities, Southern Utah Literacy Council and Heritage Writers Guild's (a chapter of the League of Utah Writers) have partnered together to bring this annual festival to the St. George community and surrounding areas, allowing us to ...
... spotlight on the need for more funding—for every child who gets to participate in an afterschool program, there are two waiting to get in. St George City's Leisure Services Department runs afterschool programs for the students at Sunrise Ridge Intermediate and Coral Cliffs Elementary.
This year the Lights On Afterschool event will be held on Monday, October 22 at the Tonaquint Nature Center from 5:30-7:30 pm. We will be combining this event with our annual Fall Festival and co-hosting the event with the Big Brother Big Sister organizat...
Question: Is this event held outside?
Answer: Yes, a majority of the festival’s activities are held outside on the Nature Center’s premises along with the inside of the facility.
...make a note on your family calendar for the Tonaquint Nature Center's Fall Festival & Pumpkin Alley. The annual event is set for Monday, October 22 from 5:30-7:30 pm. This is great family outing for the whole family to enjoy together. General admission is free. The only costs involved are $1 per craft and 25 cents per bag of popcorn.
Kids can test their skills with our carnival games: Eyeball Squirt, Witches Brew Toss, Swampy River Run and more! They can also participate in the family scavenger hunt on the trails around the nature center and make a Halloween theme craft ($1/craft). The Black Cat face painting and tattoo parlor will be on hand with free face painting and tattoos throughout the event.
At 6:30 pm, prizes will be given out to the top pumpkin decorators in the pumpkin alley contest! Bring your best pre-decorated pumpkin (carved and non-carvers) to the event before 6:30 pm. All pumpkin submissions MUST be created by the individual that is submitting the pumpkin. Prizes will be awarded to the 2 best decorators in each of the age categories.
In additional to the festival at the Nature Center, the Washington County Water Conservancy District will be hosting their Fall Garden Fair at the Garden area of the park. Plan to make an evening of spending time at Tonaquint Park on this night! For more information about the event’s activities you may call the St. George Leisure Services Department at 627-4500.
...r, Town Square Park plays host to a variety of public events; First Night, Art Festival, Summer Movies on the Square and more. Town Square Park is a WiFi ...
Question: I registered online, do I still need to bring cans?
Answer: Yes. Bring your cans with to Friday's 'packet pickup' at the City Commons Building (220 N. 200 E., St. George) from 4-8 pm or with to the race Saturday morning and put them in the donation bin (Saturday morning 'packet pickup' starts at 8:15) at Seegmiller Farm, the location where the Turkey Trot and Harvest Festival will take place.
...g Holiday by joining St. George Races for the 2018 Seegmiller Farm Harvest Festival and Turkey Trot.
The Turkey Trot, on Saturday, November 17, 2018, is a fun walk/run 5k. This event is geared toward raising food to benefit local non-profit food banks. Entry to the race is $5 plus 3 cans of food. After the race, join us for more contests and giveaways including frozen turkeys! The Turkey Trot starts at 9:30 am.
Be sure to stick around after the Turkey Trot for the Harvest Festival starting at 10:00 am. Harvest Days will feature pioneer games, dancing, Farme...
Question: What does the Harvest Festival entail?
Answer: Games, dancing, contests, turkey giveaways, and pie eating contests.
Vernon Worthen Park is a community park located in the heart of St. George adjacent to the St. George Leisure Services Recreation Center. This 4 1/2 acre park includes a gazebo, four separate picnic areas, restroom facility, children's playground with swings, and three lighted sand volleyball courts. The tennis courts were recently renovated to provide one futsal and four pickleball courts which are lighted. This park plays host to City sponsored Summer Concerts, St. George Marathon Finish Line, and a variety of recreation tournaments and seasonal festivals. Vernon Worthen Park is a WiFi hotspot.
“LIGHT THE NIGHT” A WINTER SOLSTICE LUMINARY FESTIVAL EVENT