“Sacred Gifts” Exhibit Now Open at The BYU Museum of Art

By Michelle Powell

“Sacred Gifts” Exhibit November 15, 2013 – May 10, 2014 BYU Museum of Art North Campus Drive Provo, UT 84604 (801) 422-8258 The “Sacred Gifts” exhibit is now open at the BYU Museum of Art. This exhibit features paintings of Christ by beloved artists Carl Bloch, Heinrich Hofman... Read More

Now Playing: Salt Lake Area High School Musicals

By Carrie Finlinson

Tis the season for Salt Lake area high school musicals. November has one playing in every corner of the valley. We've been taking our girls to high school musicals since they were little--and now they are taking their turns on stage.  I'll tell you from first hand experience, these teenagers work h... Read More

Tuesday Tots at The Leonardo

By Bryton@TheLeo

Are you wondering what things to do in Salt Lake City with kids? Look no further. Tuesday Tots is here! Tuesdays from September through December, tots can take a free class in which they will rotate through our different workshops such as The Lab, Render and Tinkering. They will have the opportuni... Read More

Art Classes in Salt Lake City

By Carrie Finlinson

Looking for summer art classes for your kiddos? I have a teenage artist in my house and her wonderful art teacher is moving to Utah County (sniff.) So, we've just completed a search for more art classes in Salt Lake City. Here are some of our findings: MESA ART STUDIO is located in Murray next to t... Read More

Southern Utah Summer Theater Camps

By Rachelle Hughes

My children love theater.  All three of them love going to live theater and two of them love performing. So, we have been scouting out a few ideas for summer theater camps and workshops in Southern Utah. Because it is time to get signed up. Wow!! Summer break is less than a month away. One of the k... Read More

Diary of a Worm, a Spider and a Fly

By Aimee Cook O'Brien

Is Spider getting too big for his own skin? Will Fly find her superhero powers in time to save her Aunt Rita from peril? Will Worm learn to stand on his own two feet…even though he doesn’t have feet? This musical adaptation of the bestselling books by Doreen Cronin invites you to take a look at ... Read More

Sleeping Beauty Ballet Comes To Cedar City

By Rachelle Hughes

The Cedar City Junior Ballet Company is producing their annual ballet March 22-23 in the Randall L. Jones Theatre (home to the Utah Shakespeare Festiv... Read More

FREE Museum Day This Saturday

By laurielarsen

If you've ever been to Washington D.C., you probably know that all the Smithsonian museums are AMAZING. You probably also know that they don't charge an entrance fee. Well, this Saturday, September 29, the Smithsonian is spreading the love, and museums all across the country are going to be FREE! Yo... Read More

How Do You Rate Live Theater For Kids

By Rachelle Hughes

[caption id="attachment_18675" align="aligncenter" width="400" caption="Melinda Pfundstein (left) as Fantine, J. Michael Baily as Jean Valjean, and Brian Vaughn as Inspector Javert in the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2012 production of Les Misérables. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespear... Read More

Summer Theater In The Desert

By Rachelle Hughes

One of my favorite things about Southern Utah is the juxtaposition of live theater with the proximity of the rugged outdoors. It is the best of both worlds. I live next door to the Utah Shakespeare Festival and only 45 minutes from the outdoor theater experience of Tuacahn. I love exposing my kids t... Read More