Around Campus 11/28-12/4

The arches of Old Main’s east entrance.

Tips from the A-Team

 

Study Groups Be aware of anycomprehensive finals in your future, and start a study group now.  Ask around in your class and you will easilyfind a few other students willing to get a start on studying.  You might even announce a study group infront of the class, which can impress your professor.  Optimal study locations for groups includethe second floor of the Merrill-Cazier Library, lobbies of any on-campus residencehall, and the “fish bowl” study rooms on each floor of the new library (therooms have large windows).  The rooms havewhite boards and big tables to accommodate study groups.  Some rooms even have a computer and largescreen.  Study rooms are extremelypopular, so reserve them in advance at http://library.usu.edu/main/group_study_rooms/.

 

Monday 11/28

Free Math andStatistics Tutoring

8:30a.m.-5:00 p.m.

 

Freedrop-in tutoring is provided for Math 0900-2250/2270/2280 and Statistics 1040,2000, 3000, in the Taggart Student Center Room 225A and Lundstrom StudentLiving Center. Click the URL below for the schedule.

 

Ka-pow! Graphic NovelExhibition

October24th– December 10th

TheMerrill-Cazier Library is presenting Ka-pow! Graphic Novels, an exhibition ongraphic novels used in academia. It will be shown in the atrium of theMerrill-Cazier Library from Oct. 24 through Dec. 10. A formal opening receptionis Thursday, Nov. 10, at 4 p.m. in room 101 of the Library where several USU professorswill discuss the use of graphic novels in their current classroom curriculum.

Starting Small ArtExhibit

November7th – December 1st

9:00a.m.- 5:00p.m.

TwainTippetts Exhibition Hall

Free

Collectedby old and new, ‘Starting Small’ showcases USU student collections curated bycurrent students. The exhibit illustrates the diversity of art and itscollection through the eyes of independent students. Four Utah State students,Trissta Lyman, Megan Mitchell, Brady Mathews and Megan Evans, are curating theexhibit and gathering artwork from other student’s private collections. Anopening reception will be held Nov. 11 from 5-7 p.m. in the Tippetts ExhibitHall.

 

Cache Shoes 4 Kids

Daily7:00a.m. from Nov. 15th– Dec. 16th

ComprehensiveTreatment Clinic 40 W. Cache Valley # 10 A

Weare heading up a project to help the disadvantaged youth in Cache county andSmithfield School Districts who cannot afford a pair of shoes,to get a newpair. The project is called “Cache Shoes 4 Kids” and is being held inconjunction with Payless shoesource. This time of year we are mindful offamilies who lack the resources for the basic needs: a good,durable pair ofshoes. We ask that you find in your pocketbook to make a small donation to thisgreat cause. We will start collecting donations now unitl Friday, December17th. There will be donation cans throughout the community, or checks can bemailed directly to Cache shoes 4 kids and mailed to 40 W. Cache Valley Blvd. #10 A Logan, Utah 84321. Also, donations are also being collected directly atCache Valley Bank at both thier locations and the payless Store at 2105 N. Mainin Logan.
We look forward to your support. Please feel free to call us with any questionsor concerns you may have(435).787.2272

 

Screening for SensoryTest

AllDay

NDFS200

Weare looking for participants for our next Sensory test that will be held nextsemester. If you are willing to participate, please stop by the NDFS Departmentbetween November 18 and Dec 20 and fill out a questionnaire. We will give afree ice-cream coupon for your participation. If you have questions, send me ane-mail: Food.Taste.USU@gmail.com

 

AIDS Memorial Quilt

AllDay November 28th– December 1st

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TheAIDS Memorial Quilt, founded in 1987, is the largest ongoing community artsproject in the world, with more than 40,000 panels, each memorializing a lifelost to AIDS. USU is excited to announce that a portion of the AIDS MemorialQuilt will be on display at the Taggart Student Center Stevenson BallromNovember 28 to December 1, 2011. A host of events will accompany the memorialdisplay to foster remembrance, awareness, and hope.

 

AIDS Quilt Receptionfor USU and Cache Valley Community

5:00p.m.-7:00p.m.

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TheAIDS Memorial Quilt, founded in 1987, is the largest ongoing community artsproject in the world, with more than 40,000 panels, each memorializing a lifelost to AIDS. USU is excited to announce that a portion of the AIDS MemorialQuilt will be on display at the Taggart Student Center Stevenson BallromNovember 28 to December 1, 2011. A host of events will accompany the memorialdisplay to foster remembrance, awareness, and hope.

 

Aggie-to-AggieLuncheon with Guest Speaker Eric Shulz

12:00p.m.-1:30p.m.

ZionsBank Building, 18th Floor, One South Main Street, Salt Lake City, UT

Freeto attend. Bring your own lunch or buy one for $10.00

Sponsoredby the Young Alumni Association, Aggie-to-Aggie Luncheons give USU Alumni anopportunity to hear from a guest speaker, socialize over lunch and network witheach other. Bring your own lunch and the Young Alumni Association will providethe Aggie Ice Cream. Come listen to Hunstman School of Business’s Eric Shulz ashe speaks on the topic of “Meaningful vs. Mindless Marketing.”

 

Stuff-a-Bus BlitzLast Night

6:00p.m.-8:40p.m.

Meetat the south end the Stadium parking lot ready to collect food in thecommunity. Enjoy some hot cocoa before we depart and be ready to knock doorsand feel the warm feeling of service! We need tons of volunteers to bringfriends!

 

Nutcracker Ballet

7:30p.m.

$8.00- $18.00

Cache Valley Civic Ballet

TheCache Valley Civic Ballet Company presents the beloved, Nutcracker ballet overThanksgiving weekend. This is the 29th year the Civic Ballet company hasperformed the Nutcracker. The Ballet will be performed in the Ellen EcclesTheatre. Tickets can be purchased at the Theatre ticket office or atwww.centerforthearts.us.

 

Tuesday 11/29

 

Aggies for Christ

8:00p.m.-10:00p.m.

TSCHub

Aggiesfor Christ is a weekly bible study this semester focusing on the names of Jesusand their meanings. Fellowship starts at 8 PM and the study begins at 8:30 PM.All religions are welcome. Bring your bible and be ready to learn!

Contact:  Shelby Frauen (623) 466-4470  sfrauen@hotmail.com

 

Adult ArtClass

6:00p.m. –7:00p.m.

E.A. Art School offers basic drawing to advanced oil painting forchildren ages 6 to Adults. New students are always welcome, first class isfree. Adult Class Schedule: Tuesday from 6-7 p.m. $10 per hour/$15 supply fee.Drop-ins welcome anytime. Sign up in class.

 

Open Mic Night

7:00p.m.-9:00p.m.

LoganArt house & Cinema

Comewatch or perform music, standup comedy, and poetry. Come early or sign up onFacebook to perform. $2 at the door. Free for performers.

 

CollegeNight at Chick Fil A

5:00p.m.-9:00p.m.

Buy a #1 meal and get a #1 meal free with your student ID! EveryTuesday night.

 

AIDS Memorial Quilt

AllDay November 28th– December 1st

TSCBallroom

TheAIDS Memorial Quilt, founded in 1987, is the largest ongoing community artsproject in the world, with more than 40,000 panels, each memorializing a lifelost to AIDS. USU is excited to announce that a portion of the AIDS MemorialQuilt will be on display at the Taggart Student Center Stevenson BallromNovember 28 to December 1, 2011. A host of events will accompany the memorialdisplay to foster remembrance, awareness, and hope.

 

Speaker: Kate Kendallfrom National Center for Lesbian Rights

7:00p.m.-8:00p.m.

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EmilyHolmes from Utah Department of Health, STD Prevention Coordinator, will alsospeak.

 

Logan Canyon Winds

7:30p.m.-9:30p.m.

PerformanceHall USU

Freefor USU Students with ID, $10 gen. admission, $8 seniors and youth, $5 facultyand staff of USU.

Membersof the ensemble include Leslie Timmons on flute, Bonnie Schroeder on oboe,Nicholas Morrison on clarinet, Steve Park on horn and Carolyn Bodily onbassoon. Founded in 1991, Logan Canyon Winds has performed across the U.S. andspecializes in community engagement activities. They have performed for ChamberMusic America in New York City, in schools throughout the Intermountain Westand participated in a multi-year music project on the Navajo Reservation.

 

TheForgotten Carols

7:30p.m.

Chase Fine Arts Center, Kent Concert Hall

Tickets: $10.63 – $28.50 (15% discount if you buy 10 or more) at http://www.forgottencarols.com/

Celebrating 20 years on tour and viewed by more than one millionpeople, this touching Christmas musical by Michael McLean will help youdiscover what the world has forgotten about Christmas.

 

Wednesday 11/30

 

USU Meditation Club

12:00p.m.-1:00 p.m.

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Alllevels of meditation experience are welcome for our weekly sit. There will beinstruction provided for those who desire it, and we typically sit for 30minutes. Time will be made for announcements and the sharing of experiences.

 

FigureDrawing/Painting from USU Art Guild

7:30p.m- 9:30p.m.

Chase Fine Arts Center

We will be holding weekly figure study sessions for students andcommunity members that would like to practice work with the human figure. Thecost of each session is $5.00 or $40.00 for the whole semester (to pay themodel).

 

RRR Auction- Reuse,Reduce, Recycle

6:00p.m.

244S Main

RRRAuction has a LIVE auction every Wednesday night at 6 pm till done with a LIVEAuctioneer, Food Vendors, Lots of goods to be sold and fun to be had. Pleasestop by early and browse the auction and sign up to be a bidder!!! See youthere!!!

 

CeramicsAdult Wheel Throwing and Hand Buildin

3:00p.m- 6:00p.m.

Students choose what they most wish to create throughout the 10weeks of  classes. Lab times available.Minimum enrollment 6. With Beth Calengor

$136 + $15 materials fee
Sept 7-Nov 9

 

AIDS Memorial Quilt

AllDay November 28th– December 1st

TSCBallroom

The AIDS Memorial Quilt, founded in 1987, is the largest ongoingcommunity arts project in the world, with more than 40,000 panels, eachmemorializing a life lost to AIDS. USU is excited to announce that a portion ofthe AIDS Memorial Quilt will be on display at the Taggart Student CenterStevenson Ballrom November 28 to December 1, 2011. A host of events willaccompany the memorial display to foster remembrance, awareness, and hope.

 

BoneMarrow Donor Registration Drive

11:00a.m.-4:00p.m.

HPER Building room 110

Bone Marrow Donations can quite literally save the lives ofleukemia patients. Those interested will merely have their cheek tissue swabbedand information placed in a donor registry.

http://www.dkmsamericas.org/educate

 

The Joyof Depression Session 1 Workshop

1:30p.m.-2:30p.m.

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Free

TheJoy of Depression – Students will learn about the value of emotional pain as asignal for change. The biological and psychological features of mood will bediscussed together with specific strategies for understanding and responding tocues of depression. Session One – Altering brain chemistry through exercise,diet, music, service and meditation. Session Two – Fostering a sense of wellbeing through positive emotion, engagement, relationships, meaning andachievement. By attending CAPS workshops you will be exposed to a variety ofskills to help improve your quality of life and relationships. You are welcometo attend all the workshops or pick and choose the ones that you are mostinterested in.

 

Perspectives ClubMeeting

2:15p.m.-3:30p.m.

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Opendiscussion on gender issues and equality in Utah – come hear others’perspectives and share your own.

 

Then and Now: TheFace of HIV AIDS Community Panel

3:00p.n.-4:30p.m.

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Todd Nickey and AmyKehoe

4:00p.m.-5:30p.m.

PerformanceHall USU

Interiorand furniture designers from top LA firm to speak at Utah State University

 

Men’s Basketball vs.Denver

7:05p.m.

DeeGlen Smith Spectrum

Comecheer the Aggies on!

 

TheForgotten Carols

7:30p.m.

Chase Fine Arts Center, Kent Concert Hall

Tickets: $10.63 – $28.50 (15% discount if you buy 10 or more) at http://www.forgottencarols.com/

Celebrating 20 years on tour and viewed by more than one millionpeople, this touching Christmas musical by Michael McLean will help youdiscover what the world has forgotten about Christmas.

 

Latin Shake-Upfeaturing USU Jazz Ensembles

7:30p.m.-9:30p.m.

ThePerformance Hall

Freefor USU students, $10 gen. admission, $8 seniors and youth, $5 faculty andstaff.

Tunesperformed by the USU Jazz Orchestra will include Bob Mintzer’s ‘Ellis Island,”Carla,’ ‘Aacha’ and ‘Mr. Fonebone.’ The group will end with the Latin piece’Mueva Los Huesos.’ The USU Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Todd Fallis,will perform hits such as Jimmy Van Heusen’s ‘Polka Dots and Moonbeams’ andShorty Rogers’ 1954 classic “Basie Eyes.” The ensemble will play the Latin rockhit ‘Old San Juan,’ originally recorded by the fusion band Spyro Gyra. Finally,the jazz ensemble will pay homage to Count Basie himself by performing the 1981classic, ‘Flight to Nassau.’

 

Pray for Snow” Party and Fundraiser

6:30p.m.-9:30p.m.

$25

TheFriends of the Utah Avalanche Center in Logan invites you
to our annual “Pray for Snow” Fundraiser and Party on Wednesday
November 30th at The Italian Place at 6:30pm. The evening will include
a raffle, silent auction, music, and a special presentation by Bruce Tremper,Director
of the Utah Avalanche Center. For more info call 797-2794.

 

Thursday 12/01

 

Big Band Swing Club

7:00p.m.

HPER215

Comelearn Big Band Swing Dancing! Swing Dancing is an original American art form,and a fun way to exercise and meet people. Come alone or with a partner; weoffer lessons at 7, followed by social dancing. Beginners are welcome, and yourfirst time is free. Come dance with us!

 

Kayak Roll Session

7:30pm-9:30pm

HYPERPool

$5/$8/$10

Startingin October our roll sessions will be held on Thursdays. Come practice yourwhitewater kayak roll in the HPER pool.  Can’t roll?  No problem, wewill have instructors on hand to help you figure it out.  All equipment isprovided, just bring your suit.  This is open to students, faculty/staff,and the general public. Pre-register at the ORP. 435-797-3264.

 

AIDS Memorial Quilt

AllDay November 28th– December 1st

TSCBallroom

TheAIDS Memorial Quilt, founded in 1987, is the largest ongoing community artsproject in the world, with more than 40,000 panels, each memorializing a lifelost to AIDS. USU is excited to announce that a portion of the AIDS MemorialQuilt will be on display at the Taggart Student Center Stevenson BallromNovember 28 to December 1, 2011. A host of events will accompany the memorialdisplay to foster remembrance, awareness, and hope.

 

World AIDS Day on thePatio

10:00a.m.-2:00p.m.

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nthe seventh of a series of events accompanying the display of the AIDS MemorialQuilt at Utah State University, USU’s Black Student Union will host its annualWorld AIDS Day event. This fair-style event will provide participants withinformation regarding AIDS and AIDS prevention.

 

Wintersongs

7:30p.m.-9:30p.m.

Beginyour holiday season with the USU Chamber Singers, Women’s Choir and UniversityChorale in ‘Wintersongs’ in the St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church located at725 S. 250 E. in Hyde Park. The evening will include John Rutter’s ‘Gloria,’performed by the University Chorale and a brass quintet. The USU Women’s Choirwill perform Utah composer Bernel Hales’ ‘Lullaby’ and Rutter’s arrangement of’Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day.’ The USU Chamber Singers performance willfeature a Utah premiere of Philip Stopford’s arrangement of ‘Coventry Carol’and a fresh percussive setting of ‘O Viridissima Virga’ by Minnesota composerJanika Vandervelde. The concert will end with a performance of the ‘HallelujahChorus’ from Handel’s ‘Messiah.’

 

Twentieth Century

7:30p.m.-9:30p.m.

ChaseFine Arts Center, Morgan Theatre

$13general admission, $10 senior and youth, $8 faculty and staff, Free for USUstudents w/ID

Setin two 1930s luxury drawing rooms and the observation lounge of the TwentiethCentury Limited train, a flamboyant theatre producer, Oscar Jaffe, is trying toconvince his old flame, Lily Garland, to sign an acting contract. Meanwhile,Oscar is doing his best to ward off a would-be playwright, Lily’s boyfriend, aproducer and a religious fanatic, among others, on the train as he attempts toseal a deal with Lily.

 

World AIDS DayInterfaith Service and Candelight Vigil

7:00p.m.-8:00p.m.

Free

Inthe eighth of a series of events accompanying the display of the AIDS MemorialQuilt at Utah State University, Saint John’s Episcopal will be hosting aninterfaith service and candlelight vigil. Several of the areas faithcommunities will unite to participate in this service, which will feature Wayneand Sandra Schow offering a sermon during the services.

 

Pickleville’s 12.25Christmas Show

EcclesConference Center, Utah State University

$16Adults, $12 Children

PicklevilleChristmas is back again, now more hilarious than ever. Written by T.J. Davis,this unique, family-fun show will light the fire of Christmas under any”Grinchified-Scroogie-Bum” in town and is sure to become one of yourfavorite Holiday traditions for years to come.

PerformanceDates: December 1-3, 8-10, 15-17, 19, 23 (Two shows on the 23rd,matinee at 1:30p.m.)

 

Friday 12/02

 

The Antics ComedyImprov!

10:30p.m.

TheLogan Arthouse and Cinema

795North Main

$5

The Antics perform improv comedy every Friday night atthe Logan Arthouse!

 

Aggie Game Nights

7:00p.m.-11:55 p.m.

EngineeringBuilding 201

AggieGame Nights is a social gaming club at Utah State University. We play board,card, miniature, party, & role playing games. We meet Fridays, 7pm tomidnight in Engineering 201. Bring friends & games. Everyone is invited!
https://groups.google.com/group/aggie-game-nights https://www.facebook.com/groups/Aggie.Game.Nights/

 

LDSSA InternationalTalent Show and World Expo

7:00p.m.-10:00p.m.

LDSInstitute

FREE

LDSSAInternational Talent Show and World Expo: Friday, Dec. 2, 7-10 p.m., LDSInstitute of Religion Cultural Hall (West of TSC). The evening includes: * freecuisine from around the world; * entertaining culture diversity performances; *20+ countries represented. Grab your passport and travel the world in oneevening! Contact Isaac Allred or Amy White if you want to help represent acountry. (isaac88john@gmail.com or amyfwhite@gmail.com)

 

Twentieth Century

7:30p.m.-9:30p.m.

ChaseFine Arts Center, Morgan Theatre

$13general admission, $10 senior and youth, $8 faculty and staff, Free for USUstudents w/ID

Setin two 1930s luxury drawing rooms and the observation lounge of the TwentiethCentury Limited train, a flamboyant theatre producer, Oscar Jaffe, is trying toconvince his old flame, Lily Garland, to sign an acting contract. Meanwhile,Oscar is doing his best to ward off a would-be playwright, Lily’s boyfriend, aproducer and a religious fanatic, among others, on the train as he attempts toseal a deal with Lily.

 

Tri-State BandSymposium

8:00p.m.-9:00p.m.

ChaseFine Arts Center, Kent Concert Hall

Free

Thesixth annual Tri-State Band Symposium will feature a sampler concert on Dec. 2at 8 p.m. and a finale concert on Dec. 3 at 3 p.m.

 

Winter Gift Market

6:00p.m.-9:00p.m.

ACache Valley tradition for nine years – the Winter Gift Market at the BullenCenter: Cache Valley’s premier artisan gift market for the holidays since 2003.Buy local, buy original, support our artisan community and give original artand artisan products this holiday season. Part of Gallery Walk Friday December2 from 6-9 pm and Saturday December 3 from 10am- 6pm. A festival of uniquegifts and music from over 30 talented local artisans. One of a kind giftsincluding pottery, woodwork, art glass, beadwork, jewelry, soaps, lotions,photography, handmade, handspun fabric arts, nature art and more. Live music.Free admission. No strollers please. Bullen Center, 43 S. Main, downtown LoganUtah. Visit Winter Gift Market on facebook.

 

Pickleville’s 12.25Christmas Show

EcclesConference Center, Utah State University

$16Adults, $12 Children

PicklevilleChristmas is back again, now more hilarious than ever. Written by T.J. Davis,this unique, family-fun show will light the fire of Christmas under any”Grinchified-Scroogie-Bum” in town and is sure to become one of yourfavorite Holiday traditions for years to come.

PerformanceDates: December 1-3, 8-10, 15-17, 19, 23 (Two shows on the 23rd,matinee at 1:30p.m.)

 

Parade of GingerbreadHomes

The12th Annual Historic Downtown Logan “Parade of Gingerbread Homes” isa contest that displays gingerbread house entries at downtown businesses fromDecember 2nd through December 30th.

Thepublic is invited to vote for their favorite Gingerbread House beginningDecember 2nd through December 16th. Each entry will have a chance to win one ofthree $100 Grand Prizes for the “Best of Show.”

Thegingerbread homes will be on display at Anderson’s Seed and Garden, The BeehiveGrill, The Book Table, Center Street Salon, Coppin’s Hallmark, The DiamondGallery, Indian Oven, Life Style Homes, Peewee’s Sweets, SE Needham, TheSportsman, Stork Landing, and U&I Furniture. www.logandowntown.org

 

Cache Humane SocietyHoliday Card/Alternative Gift Sale

6:00p.m.-9:00p.m.

UtahPublic Radio Bullen Center Station 43 S. Main St., Logan, Utah

Comeand find great gifts, and support the Cache Humane Society at the same time! Wewill be selling alternative gifts along with fun holiday cards. Select from anumber of services you can purchase to help support the shelter, includingfeeding a cat or dog for a week…, sponsoring an animals stay at the shelterwhile it awaits adoption, providing a spay or neuter for an animal to make itmore adoptable, or even sponsoring an adoption for a needy animal. We will bethere Friday night during the gallery walk, and again on Saturday from10:00-6:00.

 

Saturday 12/03

 

Logan Out Loud -Improv Comedy

9:00p.m.-10:00p.m.

795North Main

Ifyou liked “Whose line is it” You’ll love LOGAN OUT LOUD. Logan’s slightlyirreverent comedy troupe, where you are a part of the show. Tickets are $5 atthe door

 

Stuff-A-Bus Store Day

9:00a.m.-12:00p..m.

Thisportion of Stuff-a-Bus is where we go to stores in the community to raisenon-perishable food items as well as money! Come on out to the North Wal-Martto be a part of the fun!

 

Holiday Hoops Classic3 on 3 Basketball Tournament

11:00a.m.-2:00p.m.

HPERBuilding

$30per team

Oneof the largest 3 on 3 Basketball Tournaments in Cache Valley! Teams areguaranteed at least 3 games before a “March Madness-esque” singleelimination tournament commences. Cost is $30 per team, please registerbeforehand. To do so, email your team name to logan_hoops@hotmail.com orcall/text Steven at 866-433-7769. Don’t miss the fun!

 

Elite Hall BenefitDance

7:00p.m.

EliteHall

$10per person or $15 per couple

TheBig Band Swing Club is hosting its Annual Fundraiser event, to help preservehistoric Elite Hall in Hyrum, Utah, a beautiful building and an important partof Cache Valley (and Aggie) history. Dance lessons are at 7 p.m., followed bysocial dancing to a live Jazz band (the Larry Smith Combo), performances bylocal dance teams, and refreshments. There will also be Latin dancing upstairs.This is a huge event, with dancers coming from all over the state toparticipate, and a lot of fun!

 

Twentieth Century

7:30p.m.-9:30p.m.

ChaseFine Arts Center, Morgan Theatre

$13general admission, $10 senior and youth, $8 faculty and staff, Free for USUstudents w/ID

Setin two 1930s luxury drawing rooms and the observation lounge of the TwentiethCentury Limited train, a flamboyant theatre producer, Oscar Jaffe, is trying toconvince his old flame, Lily Garland, to sign an acting contract. Meanwhile,Oscar is doing his best to ward off a would-be playwright, Lily’s boyfriend, aproducer and a religious fanatic, among others, on the train as he attempts toseal a deal with Lily.

 

Tri-State BandSymposium

8:00p.m.-9:00p.m.

ChaseFine Arts Center, Kent Concert Hall

Free

Thesixth annual Tri-State Band Symposium will feature a sampler concert on Dec. 2at 8 p.m. and a finale concert on Dec. 3 at 3 p.m.

 

 

Winter Gift Market

6:00p.m.-9:00p.m.

ACache Valley tradition for nine years – the Winter Gift Market at the BullenCenter: Cache Valley’s premier artisan gift market for the holidays since 2003.Buy local, buy original, support our artisan community and give original artand artisan products this holiday season. Part of Gallery Walk Friday December2 from 6-9 pm and Saturday December 3 from 10am- 6pm. A festival of uniquegifts and music from over 30 talented local artisans. One of a kind giftsincluding pottery, woodwork, art glass, beadwork, jewelry, soaps, lotions,photography, handmade, handspun fabric arts, nature art and more. Live music.Free admission. No strollers please. Bullen Center, 43 S. Main, downtown LoganUtah. Visit Winter Gift Market on facebook.

 

Pickleville’s 12.25Christmas Show

EcclesConference Center, Utah State University

$16Adults, $12 Children

PicklevilleChristmas is back again, now more hilarious than ever. Written by T.J. Davis,this unique, family-fun show will light the fire of Christmas under any”Grinchified-Scroogie-Bum” in town and is sure to become one of yourfavorite Holiday traditions for years to come.

PerformanceDates: December 1-3, 8-10, 15-17, 19, 23 (Two shows on the 23rd,matinee at 1:30p.m.)

7:00p.m.

LoganArt House: 795 N Main
$6.00

Afun SAFE, FAMILY friendly comedy hypnosis show, where you are the STAR of theshow! All are welcomed to attend this amazing night of comedy hypnosis.

 

A Very UniqueChristmas Boutique

10:00a.m.-4:00p.m.

Child& Family Support Center: 380 W 1400 N Logan UT

Pleasejoin us for a Christmas Boutique being held at the Child & Family SupportCenter. Holiday decorations, jewelry, treats, clothing, toys and hand-craftedhome décor. Event proceeds will benefit the 24-hour Crisis/Respite Nursery atthe Child & Family Support Center.

 

12:00p.m.-4:00p.m.

1721 S 1150 W / Logan, UT

Come join us for the Springs Boutique — Justin time for the holidays get all your gifts in one place! Free admission! First50 get door prize! Vendors include: Custom vinyl lettering and home decor Nailrevolution Paparazzi jewelry Cute crochet hats for kids Scentsy HeadbandOrganizers Purses and more More info? Contact Wendy at 435-755-6713 Wendy orhttp://wbvinyl.blogspot.com or aggie2000@comcast.net

 

Sunday 12/04

 

Screening for SensoryTest

AllDay

November18- December 20

NDFS200

Weare looking for participants for our next Sensory test that will be held nextsemester. If you are willing to participate, please stop by the NDFS Departmentbetween November 18 and Dec 20 and fill out a questionnaire. We will give afree ice-cream coupon for your participation. If you have questions, send me ane-mail: Food.Taste.USU@gmail.com

 

USU’sBiggest Loser Competition

All Day

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$25- Students. $35 – Everyone Else. $45 – Couples

Comejoin in the third annual USU’s Biggest Loser Competition. 20 contestants willcompete to earn points and win amazing prizes! This 9-week competition willconsist of weekly workout activities and health lectures to promote healthyliving. Applications are available in the Service Center (TSC 332) or byrequest via email: aggiehealth@aggiemail.usu.edu. APPLICATIONS ARE DUE BYDECEMBER 9. Competition starts January 16.

 

Parade of GingerbreadHomes

The12th Annual Historic Downtown Logan “Parade of Gingerbread Homes” isa contest that displays gingerbread house entries at downtown businesses fromDecember 2nd through December 30th.

Thepublic is invited to vote for their favorite Gingerbread House beginningDecember 2nd through December 16th. Each entry will have a chance to win one ofthree $100 Grand Prizes for the “Best of Show.”

Thegingerbread homes will be on display at Anderson’s Seed and Garden, The BeehiveGrill, The Book Table, Center Street Salon, Coppin’s Hallmark, The Diamond Gallery,Indian Oven, Life Style Homes, Peewee’s Sweets, SE Needham, The Sportsman,Stork Landing, and U&I Furniture. www.logandowntown.org

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