Festival of Trees is a magical way to kick-off the 2017 Christmas Season. It is held November 29 through December 2 at the South Towne Expo Center. The 47th annual Festival of Trees will either begin or continue a holiday tradition that guarantees to entertain you, meet your shopping needs, satisfy a sweet tooth, touch your heart, and offer a…
As I write this--months before anyone will ever read it--the world is in tumult. I listen to the radio on, all the news and all the opinions and none of it good, and the wind outside, riffling leaves off the trees like yellow birds taking flight, and the newly bare branches scrape my kitchen window.
A Gold Gala to welcome Hale Centre Theatre to the Sandy community. The evening included Forever Plaid in the Jewel Box theater and a sneak peak tour of the theatre-in-the-round. Attendees included HCT's Mark and Sally Dietlein, Sterling Nielson of Mountain America, Scott Bond, Mayor Dolan and Chris McCandless.
Tiptoeing out of the extra bedroom where my boys were asleep, I quietly closed the door. As it clicked shut I heard the last chime of the grandfather clock. Eleven. I sighed and traced my hand along the wall then turned down the darkened hallway of my childhood home.
Shortly before Marion Norton’s 15-year-old son, Spencer, took his life, she recalled going into his room on two separate occasions to find his chair turned and his shutters opened. She asked Spencer if he had had difficulty sleeping. He told her he opened the shutters in the middle of the night because he needed to let the light in.
For the Cheesiest: Say Cheese Slicer2. For the Budding Paleontologist Basketball Player: Tricera-Tops3. For Dad-Bod Dad: Sandal Socks4. For Hangry Mom: Cookie Safe5. For the Fashionista: Dog Purse6. For the Dreamer: Inflatable Unicorn Horn7. For the One Who Needs an RX for a Chill Pill: Bochox8. For the Vegetarian: Carrot Body Pillow9. For the Eternal Teenage Boy: Pizza Bedding
Sherri Jensen is convinced that mastering a musical instrument is key to establishing a person’s lifelong self-confidence and success. Jensen’s own passion for music led her to form the Draper Philharmonic & Choral Society (DPACS) and the Vezzoso School of Music.
We all know there’s no such thing as a ‘perfect’ holiday season, but too often that’s where we put our focus and energy. And why shouldn’t we? That’s the message that resonates in the commercials, TV shows, and movies that influence us from October through December. Below are three fairly simple tips to not only survive, but thrive, this month. Happy Holidays!