Monthly Archives: September 2015



Start: 8:00 am
Length: 8 hrs 30 mins

Need to stretch your legs a bit? Join a ZCFI naturalist as we hike either the East Mesa Trail to Observation Point down to the canyon floor at Weeping Rock or the East Rim Trail to Deertrap Mountain and back. Our actual destination will be determined the morning of the hike depending on the vehicles that are at our disposal. Either hike affords fantastic views in all directions.Along the way we’ll talk geology, botany, some biology, and desert ecosystems. We’ll pass through several of Zion’s geologic layers, and enjoy incredible rim vistas. We’ll stop at a nice spot somewhere on the rim for our picnic lunch. Enjoy one of Zion’s premier hikes and learn a lot about the desert you love along the way! Limited to 8 participants. YOU MUST BE IN FIT HIKING SHAPE TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS STRENUOUS, ALL-DAY, 7-8 MILE HIKE!!!!!!!!!!!!

Admission: $65

Est. Number of Participants: 50
Est. Number of Lodging Rooms Required:
Zion National Park Human History Museum
#1 Museum Dr, Zion National Park

Presented by: Zion Canyon Field Institute



All Day

Annual multi-sport event for seniors 50+ involving:basketball, bowling, tennis, cycling and mountain biking, racquetball, road racing, softball, swimming, triathlon, volleyball, lawn bowls, square dance, table tennis and track and field. Athletes also compete in games of horseshoes, bridge tournaments and golf matches..

Admission: Please contact HWSG

Est. Number of Participants: 5000
Est. Number of Lodging Rooms Required:

Click here for more details.

Various-As Scheduled
Washington County
St. George, UT

Contact Kyle Case

Presented by: Huntsman World Senior Games

Saint George Children’s Museum

Saint George Children's Museumnon-profit, educational museum for children

Admission is by donations only – $3.00 per person is suggested. With your donations, we are able to keep our doors open and our lights on.


  • Adult (18 years or older) supervision is required for all children.  No child will be admitted without an adult.
  • Groups: Please provide adequate adult supervision for your group. The recommended ratio is 1 adult to every 4-5 children.
  • Adults without children: Adults visiting the Museum without children must leave a valid government issued photo ID with the Box Office during their visit.  A museum guide will escort you through the museum.
  • During operating hours we are unable to reserve any exhibit space for the exclusive use of any group, however large groups like daycares and schools are expected to notify the museum one week prior to visiting.

Monday: 2:00 – 8:00 open for Members only
Tuesday-Saturday: 10:00 – 6:00
Sunday: Closed

SGCM 2015 Holiday schedule:  

  • Monday, January 19 – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day  – 10:00 – 8:00 p.m.
  • Monday, February 16 – Presidents Day – 10:00 – 8:00 p.m.
  • Monday, May 25 – Memorial Day – 10:00 – 8:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, July 4 Independence Day – 10:00 – 6:00 p.m.
  • Friday, July 24 Pioneer Day – 10:00 – 6:00 p.m.
  • Monday, September 7 – Labor Day – 10:00 – 8:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, October 31 – Halloween — 10:00 — 4:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday, November 25 – Thanksgiving Eve – Closed
  • Thursday, November 26 – Thanksgiving – Closed
  • Thursday, December 24 – Christmas Eve – Closed
  • Friday, December 25 – Christmas Day – Closed
  • Thursday, December 31 – New Year’s Eve – 10:00 – 2:00 p.m.
  • Friday, January 1 — New Year’s Day — 10:00 — 6:00 p.m.

Please call for specific holiday information 435-986-4000


The St. George Children’s Museum is the realization of a long-awaited dream and has been a challenging project for several years.  Many people have been unwavering in their goal to create a children’s museum in our community, and there was a proven public support for such a venue.


The Lied Museum in Las Vegas was moving to a new location and was willing to donate and/or sell nearly a million dollars worth of exhibits to SGCM.  Significant donations were received from the public which provided sufficient funds for these exhibits and professional transportation of them to St. George as well as enough to get the museum open.

Corporate sponsors, generous citizens and talented artists donated money, time and talent to create an attraction of the highest quality and one that would rival any Children’s Museum anywhere.

Source: Saint George Children’s Museum

Zion Canyon Music Festival 2015

Zion Canyon Music Festival

The Seventh Annual Zion Canyon Music Festival
is on Friday & Saturday, September 25th & 26th, 2015

Music • Food • Beer & Wine Garden • Art & Education • Kid Zone

The Zion Canyon Music Festival is always planned on the last weekend of September and is a 2 day event. Be sure to attend both days of of music, food, arts, crafts… and fun!

Held on the ball field in the Springdale Town Park, those who attend the event may easily browse through a variety of original art, handmade musical instruments and fine craft vendors as well as several local restaurant booths.

Solar PanelsThe Zion Canyon Music Festival is a “Leave No Trace” festival and promotes Springdale’s solar power projects and the development of renewable energy resources in Southern Utah.

Tips & Suggestions:
• Bring a blanket or lawn chairs for your comfort during the performances.
• Please bring a reusable water bottle. Water stations will be available throughout the day. Check out the vendor page to see what else will be on site.
• It can be hot during the day, and cool at night. Wear clothing to accommodate both conditions.

• No coolers, No outside food or alcohol may be brought into the Festival. Beer and wine is available for purchased.
• Backpacks will be inspected at the Information Tent.
• The Festival is a non-smoking public place.
• Unfortunately, because of safety concerns, NO DOGS will be allowed on the Festival grounds, leashed or not.

Our vendor categories are food, educational and art & crafts.

Beer Garden:
The event will include handcrafted beer from Wasatch/Squatters Brewers.

Silent Auction:
The Festival includes a silent auction of items donated by our vendors and local businesses. The silent auction will run both days and end before the final act on Saturday night (around 8:30). All proceeds from the auction benefit the Festival and keep the music going in Springdale.

Kid ZoneKid Zone:
$5 All Day Pass per child which includes kid friendly activities. Climbing wall, bounce house/slide, games and more.

Admission fee:
$5 per person over 21, per day. Free under 21. Kid Zone is $5 for the weekend.


Mark your calendar! The Seventh Annual Zion Canyon Music Festival is on
Friday & Saturday, September 25th & 26th.

Admission fee:
$5 per person over 21 per day, free under 21. $5 for the Kid Zone for both days.

The Festival promotes and encourages the use of renewable energy and the development of renewable energy facilities in Southern Utah.

Be sure to RSVP to the Facebook event, invite your friends and share on Facebook.

Click here for the Official Facebook Invite

Click here for the 2015 Performer Lineup

Click here for the 2015 Sponsors

Click here for the 2015 Vendors


Crossroads of the West Gunshows

Crossroads of the West Gunshows

During the last year, Crossroads of the West Gun Shows attracted more than half a million guests, more than any other gun show in America. Crossroads of the West Gun Shows are America’s Best Gun Shows.


Start: 9:00 am
Length: 8 hrs

Gun show Sat. 9:00am – 5:00pm Sun. 9:00am – 4:00pm

Admission: $12.00pp; 12yrs and under free

Est. Number of Participants: 50
Est. Number of Lodging Rooms Required:

Click here for more details.

Dixie Center
1835 Convention Center Drive
St. George, UT

Presented by: Crossroad Productions




Start: 8:00 pm
Length: 3 hrs

Tuacahn’s 2016 summer series will present Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast”; Disney’s “When You Wish”; and “Sister Act”, all presented in an awe-inspiring outdoor amphitheater, which is surrounded by majestic red sandstone cliffs reaching 1500 feet high! Showing different performances each night, Monday through Saturday, from June to Mid-October. CLOSED ON SUNDAYS. Times for shows vary, depending on the month in which you will be attending. PLEASE CHECK THE SCHEDULE FOR THE START TIME OF YOUR SHOW.

Admission: Varies according to Seat selection

Est. Number of Participants:
Est. Number of Lodging Rooms Required:

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Tuacahn Amphitheatre
1100 N Tuacahn Dr.
Ivins, UT

Presented by: Tuacahn Center for the Arts

St. George Marathon 2015

Race Information

The St. George Marathon offers several ways to keep our runners informed throughout your training and time leading up to race weekend. Visit our webpage often for news and highlights. Also download our St. George Marathon App for instant notifications as well as live runner tracking. Follow us on Facebook for live updates, contests and current promotions. Download the Runners Guide for answers to all your questions regarding race day preparation.


The St. George Marathon has teamed up with local races and 30 races throughout the state of Utah as well as many local charities to offer unique programs to help runners guarantee an entry, bypass our lottery and ensure a spot in future races. We also honor past and present runner’s who have made an impact on the St. George Marathon by inducting them into programs such as the Ten Year Club and The Road of Fame. Check out all the programs we have to offer below to find one that meets your individual needs.
The St. George Marathon hosts many events during race weekend in conjunction with the Marathon. Walk the last 2 miles of the course as a family or give your children a chance to cross the marathon finish line. Come listen to guest speakers and walk the EXPO hall that showcases nearly 70 vendors. Join us in our weekend celebration.


Source: St. George Marathon