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April 2019

MIC Lecture Series: Joel Tuhy – Where Do All The Wildflowers Go?

April 25 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Moab Information Center, 25 E Center St
Moab, 84532 United States
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Where Do All The Wildflowers Go? We see our local wildflowers at their height of bloom. We admire their colorfulness and profusion. But then they fade away, and likewise fade from our minds ... until the next year, when we see and admire them again. What happens to the flowers in that interim time? It's that intervening span, between flowers fading in one year and seeing them again the next year, that will be our theme.

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Moab April Action Car Show

April 26 - April 28

Beautiful vehicles set in a breath-taking location. Don't miss this fun & unique event. Bring the whole family! The car show presents beautiful antique, unique cars and trucks from 1900 to 2018. You can see hundreds of different brands and styles of vehicles. Trophies are awarded in 30 classes — free admission for spectators.

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Colorado River Science: Moab – Jonathan Thompson

April 26 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Star Hall, 159 E Center St.
Moab, UT United States
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Author and High Country News journalist Jonathan Thompson will discuss how politics, science and power in the rural west impact rivers and the people who depend on them in a lecture and Q and A. Free and open to the public.

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May 2019

MIC Lecture Series: Crystal White – Embracing the Darkness of Night and Understanding our Relationship with Light

May 2 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Moab Information Center, 25 E Center St
Moab, 84532 United States
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As humans, over the last few centuries, we have developed a deep relationship with light which served us in many ways. Recently, we have begun to understand that light has a dark side for all life on Earth.

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Free Movie Moab presents: Ralph Breaks the Internet (PG)

May 3 @ 8:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Swanny City Park, 400 N 150 W
Moab, UT 84532 United States
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This Friday, May 3rd, Free Movie Moab presents: Ralph Breaks the Internet (PG). The film will begins at sundown (approx. 8:30pm). Free raffle for a copy of the movie & free popcorn!

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Solo Piano Concert: George Winston

May 8 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Grand County High School Auditorium, 608 S 400 E
Moab, UT 84532 United States
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An evening with celebrated solo pianist George Winston at Grand County High School. Please join us in support of a local food bank by bringing a donation of canned food to the concert. There will be collection baskets at the entrances. George Winston is undeniably a household name. He’s inspired fans and musicians alike with his singular solo acoustic piano songs for more than 40 years while selling 15 million albums. A tireless road warrior playing nearly 100 concerts annually,…

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Back of Beyond Paddle Race

May 11 - May 12

The Back of Beyond flat water Race follows the Colorado River through the spectacular red rock canyons of Southeastern Utah and past some of the world’s most breathtaking scenery – through Moab’s ‘Postcard Alley’ and into Utah’s own ‘back of beyond’. Day two provides the SUP rodeo at Red Cliffs Lodge, where competitors will negotiate a wild ride through White's Rapid.

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Mother’s Day Brunch

May 12

Join the Youth Garden Project for a family friendly, local food centered, Mother's Day Brunch amidst the spring garden. Tickets: $25 adults, $10 children 3-12, 2 and under free. Reservations required, call YGP (435-259-2326) to learn more or visit our website!

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MIC Lecture Series: Walt Dabney – History of US Public Lands

May 16 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Moab Information Center, 25 E Center St
Moab, 84532 United States
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Join former National Park Ranger and Superintendent and Texas State Parks Director, Walt Dabney for answers to these, and more, questions: Where did our Public Lands come from? Why do the western states have lots and other states almost none? How were states formed? What does the Constitution say about these lands? What was the effect of the Homestead Act and the Railroad Act? How were National Parks and Forests established? Why are these lands held “in common”, so important…

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MIC Lecture Series: Jody Patterson – How Not to Do Aerial Archaeology in Southeastern Utah Archaeology

May 23 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Moab Information Center, 25 E Center St
Moab, 84532 United States
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Aerial archaeology is almost as old as human flight itself. While it is a very viable archaeological method in Europe and the Middle East, it is under-utilized in the United States despite the amenability to vast portions of the Desert West. Early forays by Charles Lindbergh and others into aerial archaeology in the American SW proved popular with the public, but the methods and procedures, with a few important exceptions, never caught on with the archaeologists in the region. In…

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Moab Arts Festival

May 25 - May 26
Swanny City Park, 400 N 150 W
Moab, UT 84532 United States
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The Moab Arts Festival features original art from over 100 artists. Many artists have been coming back to the Moab Arts Festival year after year and have garnered a local following. The Moab Arts Festival is unique in that it is one of the first art festivals of the season for many of the artists. Therefore, we get to see their new items and creations. We expect a variety of new artisans to attend in categories such as furniture, fine…

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MIC Lecture Series: Ashley Losey & Lori Hunsaker: Civilian Conservation Corps Activities in the Moab Area & the Dalton Wells Isolation Center

May 30 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Moab Information Center, 25 E Center St
Moab, 84532 United States
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The CCC was established in 1933 as part of President Roosevelt’s New Deal, and was designed to implement much needed conservation projects, and to provide jobs for young men, as well as income for their families during the Great Depression. The CCC built four camps in the Moab area, and the men who served here came from all over the U.S., and primarily worked on soil conservation and other flood control projects. The program ended in 1942 as the United…

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June 2019

Humane Society of Moab Valley Dawg Days of Summer BBQ and Silent Auction Fundraiser

June 1
Old City Park, Old City Park Rd
Moab, UT 84532 United States
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Join us June 1st from 5:30pm-8:30pm at Old City Park, for our annual Dawg Days of Summer BBQ & Silent Auction for the Humane Society of Moab Valley. Relax and enjoy live music while treating your taste buds to delicious backyard BBQ catered and donated by the Blu Pig. And you won’t want to resist bidding on the many luxury gift items at our silent auction! Humane Society of Moab Valley celebrates 18 years rescuing and finding forever homes for…

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Kokopelli Relay

June 6 - June 8

The Kokopelli Relay, known as the most challenging cycling relay in Utah, invites men, women, and mixed teams of 4 to 8 cyclists to ride or race, non-stop, from Moab to St. George. The route begins Friday, June 7th following the scenic back-roads of southern Utah, passing through two National Parks and some of Utah’s most beautiful landscapes. The event will continue through Friday night into Saturday, June 8th until each team reaches the finish line at Unity Park in…

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MIC Lecture Series: Brian Davis – Tiny Fossils and the Big Picture: Mammals from the Age of Dinosaurs

June 13 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Moab Information Center, 25 E Center St
Moab, 84532 United States
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Every kid knows that dinosaurs are the biggest, fiercest, and most inspiring creatures to ever have walked the Earth, but they are only part of the story. The ancient world was a diverse and vibrant place, and dinosaurs lived alongside a cast that included the earliest mammals. Come and learn what our ancestors were like and what their tiny fossils reveal about their lives: while most survived by scurrying between the feet of dinosaurs, others swam, glided, and even had…

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Free Movie Moab: Space Jam

June 14 @ 8:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Swanny City Park, 400 N 150 W
Moab, UT 84532 United States
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With Basketball in its final countdown, celebrate the end of the season with the classic kids film SPACE JAM! Watch the Looney Toons crew pair up with Michael Jordan to face off against an intergalactic team in a basketball game for the universe! • Free raffle for a copy of the film • Free popcorn! • Water provided (bring your own container)! • Bring your blankets and chairs!

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Desert RATS Kokopelli 150 Stage Race

June 16 - June 22

Racers will run from Grand Junction, Colorado to the world famous Moab, Utah along the beautiful 148-mile Kokopelli trail. Distances will range from day to day between 9 and 43 miles. This is a grueling event that will challenge the most seasoned athletes yet it is designed so that less experienced ultrarunners can train for and successfully complete the course. The entire length of the trail is stunningly beautiful with jagged canyons and breathtaking vistas.

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MIC Lecture Series: Robert J. Anderson – Founding Fathers: The Creation of Canyonlands National Park

June 20 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Moab Information Center, 25 E Center St
Moab, 84532 United States
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The vision of Charlie Steen, Bates Wilson and Stewart Udall paved the way for the creation of Canyonlands National Park. Charlie Steen represents the Atomic Energy Commission who provided access to the White Rim Sandstone via the White Rim Road. Bates Wilson Represents the vision of having a National Park that would protect the confluence. Wilson wanted to protect a million acres of wild canyon country and generate a sustainable economy via tourism. Stewart Udall provided the political support needed…

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Media Hive

June 20 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Moab Garage Co., 78 N Main St
Moab, UT 84532 United States
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Moab to Monument Valley Film Commission monthly meet and greet for production industry workers and hopefuls. Work in film or have a desire to get involved with the Moab film industry? Come share your skills and experiences with others and introduce yourself to the Moab to Monument Valley Film Commission. Snacks provided.

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