What’s Happening – October 15th – 21st

OCTOBER 15th – 21st

Looking for adventure? Well you have come to the right spot! This week defiantly has something for everyone from pumpkin patches, haunted houses, live performances with Theater and Music, the 18th Annual Pumpkin Festival, STEAMfest: Family Night, Halloween Dinner Theater, Haunted Homestead: Cemetery Tours, and SOOOO much more. As you will see there really is an event or two for everyone to enjoy so be sure to bring your family and your friends and get out and Access Your Adventure!

MONDAY, OCTOBER 15th
Yoga at SUMA held 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm at Southern Utah Museum of Art – SUMA (13 S 300 W, Cedar City), $5 for members and $10 for nonmembers. The Yoga at SUMA series brings the practice of yoga into SUMA’s open gallery spaces. No experience is necessary. Please bring your own mat. This program is free for students, $6 for members, and $12 for not-yet members. Classes are limited to 25 participants and are first-come, first-serve.
STEAMfest – Family Night held 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm in the Southern Utah University Ballroom (351 W University Blvd, Cedar City). Enjoy hands on & interactive activities for all ages, explore science, technology, engineering art and math. This is an evening adventure for the whole family!
Haunted Homestead: Cemetery Tour held 6:30 pm meet at the Frontier Homestead State Park parking lot (635 N Main St, Cedar City) admission for the tour is FREE. Get a truly spooky experience by taking a walk out with museum curator, Ryan Paul, as he tells the stories of those who rest in the Cedar City Cemetery and how they influenced the history of Cedar City. The Cemetery tours are led by flashlight and inclement weather may affect this event.  For information call 435-586-9290 or visit www.frontierhomestead.org.
Calling all Monsters – Halloween Dinner Theater Fundraiser begin with dinner at 6:30 pm and show starting at 7:00 pm at the Cedar City Children’s Musical Theatre (1579 N Main St, Ste 108, Cedar City), $20 per person, $35 per couple or $140 for a table of 8, including show, dutch oven dinner, salad, dessert, & drink! Come for a fun musical comedy and enjoy a monstrously good meal. Tickets available online at www.cccmt.org.
Masterworks Series: SUU Symphony Orchestra held 7:30 pm in the Heritage Center Theater (105 N 100 E, Cedar City), tickets are $10 for adults and $5 youth, available at the door.
SUU Second Studio: 39 Steps held 7:30 pm (Friday, Oct 12th 5:30 pm) in the SUU Black Box Theatre (351 W University Blvd, Cedar City), admission is $5 cash or card.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16th
Weekly Children’s Story Time held Tuesday from 10:00 am – 10:30 am at the Frontier Homestead State Park Museum (635 N. Main St, Cedar City), FREE. The Frontier Story Time is an opportunity for preschool children to learn about the past through stories and history-related activities. Come for a different story and activity every week. For information call 435-586-9290.
Canyon View High School Fall Choir Concert held 7:00 pm in the Canyon View High School Auditorium (166 W 1925 N. Cedar City). For information call 435-586-2813.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17th
Southern Utah Chef – held 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm at IG Winery (59 W University Blvd, Cedar City), cost is $75. Features favorite local culinary personalities teaching audience members to prepare and serve up delectable dishes from familiar restaurant menus. Participants will learn kitchen tricks and techniques from favorite local chefs, with wine pairing options for most recipes. Classes will be taught in the amiable setting of the IG Winery with a different chef, baker or locally-owned restaurant being featured every week. Guest chefs include those from Nature Hills Farm, Chef Alfredo’s, Pisco Peruvian Cuisine, Simply Delicious Confections, Tae’s Tea, Sego of Kanab, and more.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18th
Basic History of Tarot – the ancient art of divination. Held 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm at Main Street Books (25 N Main St, Cedar City), admission is FREE. For information visit utahgoddesstemple.org
Art Insights: David Ziegler-Voll held 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm at the Southern Utah Museum of Art – SUMA 13 S 300 W, Cedar City), FREE. David’s focus is graphic design and brand development and is currently Creative Director at MBD, a brand package design agency. For information visit www.suu.edu/pva/suma/.
Shakespeare’s “Pericles, Prince of Tyre” – presented by Women of Will and Frontier Homestead at 7:30 pm at the Frontier Homestead State Park (635 N Main St, Cedar City), tickets are $5 at the door. Enjoy this classic play in an intimate setting.
SUU Guest Pianist: Jason Hardink performance held 7:30 pm in the Southern Utah University – Music Building: Thorley Recital Hall (432 W 200 S, Cedar City), admission is FREE.
Southern Utah University Softball vs Salt Lake Community College held 8:00 pm at the Southern Utah University Softball Fields (351 W University Blvd, Cedar City).

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19th
Trunk or Treat held 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm at 1188 S Sage Dr, Cedar City. Enjoy a Cake Walk, Picture Booth, Costume Contest and more. Visit iCareCedarCity.com for more information.
Wine & Sourdough Tasting held 7:00 pm at IG Winery (59 W University Blvd, Cedar City), $45 per person.  Take a class and learn the history of wheat, the science behind sourdough, the health benefits of eating sourdough, how to use a start, how to make the bread and methods for baking it in your own oven.” – Abigail’s Oven. Enjoy this sourdough class all while tasting and experiencing different wines and bread pairings! Every signup will leave with a loaf of sourdough bread!
ICAMA: Drew and Lacey Williams live performance held 7:00 pm at the Community Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall (2279 N Wedgewood Lane, Cedar City), $5 suggested donation. Drew & Lacey perform original and cover songs with a country vibe and a genuinely personal feel. For information visit www.drewandlacey.com.
Shakespeare’s “Pericles, Prince of Tyre” – presented by Women of Will and Frontier Homestead at 7:30 pm at the Frontier Homestead State Park (635 N Main St, Cedar City), tickets are $5 at the door. Enjoy this classic play in an intimate setting.
Gothic Ball: Adults ONLY Vampire and Witches Night Out at Toads Bar (42 N 100 W, Cedar City). Featuring spooky tunes, vampire wines and specialty drinks. Tarot & Oracle readings, raffle prizes and more. Special prize for best dressed Gothic Couple. Ball begins at 9:00 pm – 11:00 pm on time arrivals pay $5 or Guests arriving late to the ball between 11:00 pm – 1:00 am $9. For information visit www.toadzbar.com.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20th
4th Annual Scarecrow Contest from Dawn to Dusk at Red Acres Farm CSA (2322 W 4375 N, Cedar City), admission is FREE. Come out to the farm and see all the amazing scarecrows made by local families, groups, and businesses all while you enjoy the beauty of fall on the Farm. For information call Art Works Gallery 503-810-0958, Artisans Art Gallery 435-586-4850 or Red Acre Farm 435-865-6792.
Scarecrow Fest on Main come see this “New Tradition” on Parowan Main Street. The Scarecrows draw visitors from all over the region. For information call 435-477-8190. (ends October 28th)
Power in Pink Breast Cancer Remembrance Walk/5K held 8:00 am to 11:00 am beginning at West Canyon Park (151 S 400 E, Cedar City), registration is $25. Proceeds from this event are donated to local women going through treatment for breast cancer.  The money stays local and helps local families who are affected by breast cancer. To register got to www.active.com.
Downtown Year Round Farmer’s Market held 9:00 am – noon every Saturday (45 W University Blvd / Center St, Cedar City), admission is FREE. The Downtown Year Round Farmer’s Market offers the bounty of local farmers and back yard gardeners who grow organically year round. Come and support local farmers buy buying fresh and local year round. Only locally produced and grown fruit, vegetables, cheese, jam, bread, eggs, honey, and farm products are allowed to be sold.
Cedar Saturday Market held 9:00 am – 1:00 pm in the CAL Ranch parking lot (750 S Main St, Cedar City).  (May – November) [inside IFA 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm – mid November-April/May]
18th Annual Pumpkin Festival held from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm in the Diamond Z Arena, Cross Hollows Event Center (11 N Cross Hollows Rd, Cedar City). Admission is $5 per child and includes: pick-a-pumpkin in the pumpkin patch, face painting, take home craft, cupcake walk, cookie decorating, fish pond, and more. For information call 435-586-4484 or visit www.cedarcitywomeninbusiness.com.
Art Exhibit: SUMA – Encounter Korea open Tuesday – Saturday, 11:00 am – 5:00 pm (Thurs 11 am – 8 pm) at Southern Utah Museum of Art – SUMA (13 S 300 W, Cedar City), admission is FREE. The exhibit features seven Korean-American and Korean artists with varying media including sculpture, painting and video work, curated in collaboration between SUMA and the Korean Cultural Center Los Angeles (KCCLA). For exhibit information visit www.suu.edu/suma or call 435-586-5432. (ends December 29th)
Shakespeare’s “Pericles, Prince of Tyre” – presented by Women of Will and Frontier Homestead at 7:30 pm at the Frontier Homestead State Park (635 N Main St, Cedar City), tickets are $5 at the door. Enjoy this classic play in an intimate setting.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21st
Something Sweet – Take your family for a sweet treat at one of the local restaurants; like DoughnutsVille, The French Spot, Pallette Creamery, Pop n Sweets, or Sub Zero Ice Cream; and if you’re in Parowan be sure to stop a the Parowan Café and grab a sweet roll.

PUMPKIN PATCHES
Judd Pumpkin Patch & Petting Zoo held Monday – Saturday 9:00 am – 7:00 pm. Pumpkins are .20 cents per pound (no entrance fee), Petting Zoo is FREE and Wagon Rides are $1.50 4yrs and up (3yrs and under FREE); wagon rides available Monday & Friday (5 – 7 pm) & Saturday (9 am – 7 pm), held at the Judd Family Farm (314 E 270 N, Paragonah). Call for additional activities and information 435-477-9783 or visit them on Facebook /JuddPumpkinPatch.
Robinson Family Pumpkin Patch open Monday – Friday 5 pm until dark (approx. 7:20 pm) and Saturday 10 am until dark (approx. 7:20 pm), admission is FREE. Located at 1450 W Industrial Rd, Cedar City. Pumpkins, Squash, and Decorative Gourds are .25 cents per pound, also enjoy hay ride, petting zoo ($1 for a bag of feed), and the corn pit ($1 per person). Closed Sundays. For information visit them on Facebook: /RobinFamilyPumpkinPatch or call Ken 435-691-5014 or Staci 435-590-7309.

HAUNTED HOUSES
Old Man Jones Barn – Haunted Barn / House held Friday and Saturday & Halloween from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm and located at 335 N Bulloch Place. (Cedar City). Admission is FREE but they will be collecting donations for Jake Zigler, he is fighting terminal brain cancer. If you won’t be able to donate still come see the haunted house they would love to scare you! For information check Facebook /Old Man Jones Barn.
The Haunted Woods held Friday & Saturday & Halloween from 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm at the Willow Glen Inn (3308 N Bulldog Rd, Enoch), admission is $7 per victim and $30 family pack (5 people). The last victims will be admitted at 10:30 pm. For information call 435-586-3275 or visit www.willowgleninn.com.

The Tourism Bureau has made every effort to provide the most accurate information for this list but assumes no responsibility for errors, omissions or changes. The events and activities listed are subject to change without notice. Please call ahead to check times, dates and location. This is a public service provided by the Cedar City-Brian Head Tourism Bureau and no endorsement of any activity or business is implied.

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