The new month is bringing some fun new things to do in the Cedar City area. Tonight there is a SUU performance of “Almost Maine”. This will be at the Randall Jones Theatre at 7:30 PM. Admission is $10 for general admission, $8 for SUU faculty and staff, $5 for students and free for SUU students with a valid student ID.
SUU Art insight is featuring Michele Lauriat, who is the Zion National Park artist in residence. This will be at 7 PM at the Centrum Arena section K. Admission is free.
Tomorrow Night (Friday), The “Almost Maine” performance continues at the Randall Jones Theatre. Starting tonight the SUU Polynesian Review at the Auditorium Theatre, the cost is $10 general admission, there are discounts for students, seniors and children, children under 5 get in free.
Saturday there is an Interpretive Observation at the Parowan Gap at 7:30 AM. Come and see the “Overseer” or “Tobatz” spit out the sun! You should dress appropriately, this really should be an interesting thing to do.
The SUU Polynesian Review continues at 7 PM with the same details as Friday. Also continuing is the SUU Performance of “Almost Maine” this also has the same details as the earlier performances.
SUU is also hosting a Health and Safety Fair. This will be at the Sharwan Smith Ballroom at 2PM, admission is free.
Canyon View High School is hosting a String Music Festival from 8 AM to 5 PM.
As you can see, Saturday is a busy day! Have fun!