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Preschool Children Eligible for Free Tests
Are you concerned about how your child is developing? Are you wondering if they are talking as much or as clearly as other preschool aged children, or if they are playing well with others, thinking as well, moving their muscles the same as most other kids their age? Come and find out! Grand County School district will hold its annual testing “Child Find” day on August 24th from 9:00 a.m. to 4:oo p.m. at the Sundwall Preschool (brick building), located at 190 E. 100 N. If your child does not qualify for special education services, other preschool options available in our community will be shared with you. Research overwhelmingly confirms the sooner you start preschool services for your qualifying child, the greater outcome and better success in school later. Give your 3-5 year old an educational advantage. Call Annie at 259-5628 to schedule an appointment. You may also walk in and wait.

For more information, call Karen Clark at 259-3068, or send an email to clarkk@citlink.net.
posted on: August 04, 2015

PUBLIC MEETING: Property Owners Along US-191
The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) seeks public comment on the US-191 Corridor Preservation Study. This project spans 11.5 miles from approximately Sage Drive in Moab to Bridger Jack Mesa Road, 1.5 miles north of the Kane Springs Rest Area in San Juan County. To improve safety along the corridor, the study will guide the placement of future public streets and private driveways on US-191. Please join us for a public meeting to learn more about this study and to review the existing conditions! DATE: Wednesday, August 19, 2015 WHEN: 6:00 - 8:00 PM WHERE: The Grand Center 182 North 500 West in Moab If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions please contact: Vern Keeslar. InterPlan Planning Manager. 801-307-3400 or vern@interplanco.com

For more information, call Michael Baker at 801-307-3400, or send an email to michael@interplanco.com.
posted on: August 03, 2015

Moab's 10th Annual RELAY FOR LIFE
Moab’s 10th annual “Relay for Life” is scheduled to take place the evening of Saturday, Aug. 8 at the Old Spanish Trail Arena, 3641 S. U.S. 191. Members of the public are invited to attend. The event is scheduled to kick off at 4:30 p.m. on Aug. 8 with the “Taste of Moab” dinner featuring food donated from several of Moab’s top restaurants. Local cancer survivors may eat for free, while others are asked to contribute $10 per plate (the cost for children and caregivers of cancer patients and survivors is $5 per plate). Participating restaurants include Susie’s Branding Iron, Zax, Pasta Jay’s, The Spoke on Center, Moab Grill, Shingha, Pantele’s, Sweet Cravings, Peace Tree Cafe, Fiesta Mexicana, La Hacienda, Club Rio, Wake and Bake, Broken Oar, The Blu Pig, Canyonlands by Night, Moab Chevron deli, and Moab Brewery. After dinner, the opening ceremony is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. Cancer survivors and their caregivers will take the first lap around the track, setting the stage for an evening of walking and running, as participants collectively rack up the miles and symbolically fight cancer, one step at a time. Another popular relay attraction is the silent auction. This year, bids on various donated items will be accepted from 7 to 10 p.m. This year’s auction items include a travel package to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, a night’s stay at Red Cliffs Lodge, gift certificates for local restaurants, Jeep rentals, bike tune-ups, massages, hair cuts, books, T-shirts, a great fountain from Hogan Trading Post, and many others. Live musical entertainment will be provided by local musicians, with Remission Possible expected to make a return appearance. Other local musicians, including Scott Ibex, Kord Jackson, Ken Heili, and Steve Corn, are also slated to perform. Anyone interested in donating, signing up, volunteering, or becoming a sponsor for this year’s Relay for Life should visit the website www.relayforlife.org and enter either “Moab” or “84532” in the search field to find Moab’s event. Participants can register, make donations, and monitor their individual or team’s progress on the website.

For more information, call John Bauer at 850-206-3938, or send an email to maggot@slobsquad.com.
posted on: August 01, 2015

Garden Dinner at YGP
Join us and Guest Chef, Kaye Davis, for a unique globally inspired and locally sourced dinner in the Garden on Friday, August 14th at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $50/plate and all proceeds benefit the youth and community programs at the Youth Garden Project. RSVP's are required, call 259-2326 by August 12.

For more information, call Delite at Primus, or send an email to delite@youthgardenproject.org.
posted on: July 30, 2015

Toga party to raise funds for cancer at club rio
My name is dillon bowen and I'm hosting a toga party to raise funds for Ruth Valasques and Jessica Johnson who have cancer. The event is on the 29th of August at Club Rio. Cover charge is $5 and raffle tickets are 5 for $1 and all proceeds will go straight to Ruth and Jess. We have dj Logan spinning in Toga and have a contest for best toga (male and female) and best couple in toga. Over $150 in prizes for contest and raffle tickets. Come out dance and have fun for a good cause.

For more information, call Dillon Bowen at 4352608242, or send an email to Dillonbowen123@gmail.com.
posted on: July 30, 2015

Holiday Craft Fair vendor booths available
Registration open for Holiday Craft Fair vendors. Sell your unique, handmade goods at the fair scheduled for Dec. 4th and 5th. $25-$100 per booth. Call the MARC 259-6272 for details.

For more information, call Laurie Collins at 435-259-6272, or send an email to lcollins@moabcity.org.
posted on: July 27, 2015

Summer Moab Contra Dance!
Summer Moab Contra Dance! Saturday, August 8th 8pm, at the Moab Arts and Recreation Center at 111 East 100 North. No partner or experience needed. Live music by the Moab Community Dance Band playing American, British Isles, and European Folk Music with dance Caller, Peg Harty & Guests. Workshop for beginners at 7:30pm. $7 suggested donation to benefit Grand County School Music Programs.

For more information, call Craig Cain at 4356251595, or send an email to craig.cain@gmail.com.
posted on: July 25, 2015

Moab City Rec Fall Sports Registration Open Now!
FALL SPORTS REGISTERING NOW!! Middle School Football (7-8 Grade), Youth Tackle Football (5-6 Grade), Flag Football (1-4 Grade), Coed Soccer (Age 3 - 3 Grade), MS Volleyball (7-8 Grade), Youth Volleyball (3-6 grade). Coaches needed! Register at www.moabrecreation.org or stop by the Recreation Office at City Center. Call 259-2255 for more information.

For more information, call Moab City Recreation at 435-259-2255, or send an email to cwright@moabcity.org.
posted on: July 21, 2015

BEACON Science and Math Afterschool Clubs!
Looking for additional Math and Science opportunities for your student? BEACON Afterschool Program offers several hands-on learning opportunities in STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics) for 4-8th grade students. This is a great way for your child to enhance math and science skills while exploring new interests outside of school time. Robotics! Media and Movie Making! DJ Cart! Mechanized Machines! Building cameras! And more! Look for BEACON registration materials during back to school nights and the first week of school to get your student signed up! Questions? Middle School- spauldingj@grandschools.org, HMK- petersonb@grandschools.org, MCS-afterschool@moabcharterschool.org.

For more information, call BEACON Afterschool Program at 435-259-2767, or send an email to sagee@grandschools.org.
posted on: July 20, 2015

2015 Community Arts Survey
Please help the MARC and the Moab Arts Council understand what YOU want to see in our community in terms of the ARTS. Do you want more music? Public art? Children's art education? Take a 5 minute survey at www.moabmarc.com and we will send you positive art karma!

For more information, call Laurie Collins at 435-259-6272, or send an email to lcollins@moabcity.org.
posted on: July 15, 2015

Moab Dancing with the Stars 2015
Mark your calendars! Dancing with the Moab Stars, Moab Valley Multicultural Center's annual event and fundraiser, is going to be on Friday, October 16th at 7:00 in the Grand County High School auditorium. Stay tuned for more information about where to buy your tickets!

For more information, call Moab Valley Multicultural Center at 435-259-5444, or send an email to moabmulticultural@gmail.com.
posted on: July 08, 2015

Utah High School Mountain Bike League
There will be a High School Mountain Bike Race on the Moab Brand Trails on September 26th. Set up will take place on the 25th where course will be marked. The race is on the 26th 8am-7pm. We expect to fill the parking area at the trailhead with race Pits and spectators. We thank you for the accommodations at this venue.

For more information, call Heather Williams at 801-710-7560, or send an email to heathercycle@gmail.com.
posted on: June 24, 2015

lecture
September 26th - 27th Saturday 9am - 6pm, Sunday 9am - 3pm Wasatch Commons Cohousing -Salt Lake City, Utah From the home garden to large-scale production, Toby Hemenway, world renowned Permaculture Design Instructor and author of "Gaia's Garden" and "The Permaculture City" will take us on a wondrous journey to discover the interconnectedness between plants, trees, insects, and animals. Using nature as a guide participants will learn the art of biomimicry to create healthy and thriving ecosystems. Price $150 For more details and to register visit: www.lomamaana.com

For more information, call Jennifer Hamilton at 8016496041, or send an email to jennifer@lomamaana.com.
posted on: May 30, 2015

permaculture
August 8th - 9th Saturday 9am - 6pm , Sunday 9am - 3pm Wasatch Commons Cohousing - Salt Lake City, Utah Build a solid permaculture foundation; from the history of permaculture, the permaculture principles and ethics, to the basis of ecological design. Learn the invaluable skills of observation, designing from patterns to details, methods of permaculture design, and the Zone and Sector system. Price: $75 For more details and to register visit: www.lomamaana.com

For more information, call Jennifer Hamilton at 801-649-6041, or send an email to jennifer@lomamaana.com.
posted on: May 30, 2015

Permaculture Design Certification course in Utah
Join world renowned PDC Instructors Toby Hemenway, Cathe’ Fish, Jeff Adams, and local guest experts for our hands-on 4 weekend intensive Permaculture Design Certification course which covers 72+ hrs of practical experience and theoretical knowledge in natural farming, sustainable technologies, alternative building and fostering a vibrant community. Our course features personal hands-on instruction, real-life application of permaculture methods, garden tours, beautiful venues, and delicious locally grown food. *Each session can be attended as a stand-alone workshop. ~Session One “Permaculture Foundations” with Cathe’ Fish Aug. 7-9, Salt Lake City ~Session Two “Food Forests, Gardens, & Ecosystems” with Toby Hemenway Sept. 25-27, Salt Lake City ~Session Three “Water & Soil Wisdom” with Jeff Adams Oct. 16-18, Spanish Fork ~Session Four “Alternative Thanksgiving” Nov. 27-29, Moab

For more information, call Jennifer Hamilton at 801-649-6041, or send an email to jennifer@lomamaana.com.
posted on: May 29, 2015

8th Annual FREE Summer Concert Series
The 8th season of Paonia’s FREE Pickin in the Park concert series begins Aug 6th and goes thru Aug 27th. All shows are Thurs evenings and go from 6pm until dark. Headliners for this series are: TODO MUNDO, NATHANIEL RATELIFF & THE NIGHT SWEATS, DAVINA & THE VAGABONDS, and FRANK SOLIVAN & DIRTY KITCHEN. An after-party show follows at the Paradise Theatre with a full performance by the opening bands. Family friendly with kids activities, plus food vendors and on-site alcohol available. All shows broadcast live on KVNF. Visit www.pickinproductions.com for full details.

For more information, call Rob Miller at 970-260-6493, or send an email to pickinproductions@gmail.com.
posted on: May 24, 2015

17th Annual Escalante Days Mountain Bike Race
Early registration is now available for the 17th annual Escalante Days mountain bike race to be held in Dolores, CO on Saturday, August 8, 2015. Those interested need to register online at www.active.com (search for “Escalante Days” or “Dolores”) by midnight August 6th or on race day from 8:00 am to 9:00 am in front of the Dolores Medical Office on 5th and Central. Pre-race registration entry fees are $40 and day of race entry fees are $50. Course maps and additional information should be available by July 1, 2015 at www.clubrunner.ca/dolores. For further information regarding this announcement please call Chris Trusler at 970.570.9425.

For more information, call Mark Tucker at 970.394.4576, or send an email to mtucker005@centurytel.net.
posted on: May 19, 2015

Journey Beyond Abuse Support Group
Join us every Thursday at 1:00pm at the Seekhaven Chapel 81 North 300 East for our weekly women's support group to learn about healthy relationships.

For more information, call Seekhaven at 435-259-2229, or send an email to amie@seekhaven.org.
posted on: January 29, 2015

Opening the Door to a Better Future
Arches Education Center can help adult learners get their GED, earn a high school diploma, learn English, or develop advanced skills for college. Call (435) 260-8764 to start learning today!

For more information, call Arches Education Center at (435) 260-8764, or send an email to archeseducation@gmail.com.
posted on: January 13, 2015


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