Tag Archives: Evening Programs

International Dark Sky Week 2017

San Juan County, UT is proud to be home to FOUR International Dark Sky Parks! (Canyonlands National Park, Dead Horse Point State Park, Hovenweep National Monument, and Natural Bridges National Monument)  What better place to celebrate International Dark Sky Week than … Continue reading

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Stars & S’mores at the Canyon Country Discovery Center

For maybe the first time ever since moving to Monticello just over 7 years ago, there were two different things happening on a Friday night that I wanted to go to!  Now I’m not complaining, this is a good problem … Continue reading

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Bluff Fort Co-Op Store Dedication

This past weekend my husband, son, and I headed down to Bluff for the dedication ceremony for the new Co-Op Store at the Bluff Fort.  The Co-Op store was actually finished in the spring and officially opened to the public … Continue reading

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‘Meet the Artist Night’ At the Blue Mountain Artisan’s Gallery

Last week as I was looking through our local paper for upcoming events to put on our Utah’s Canyon Country website, I came across ‘Meet the Artist Night’ at the Blue Mountain Artisan’s Gallery in Blanding and decided to go.  … Continue reading

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Astronomy Program at Natural Bridges National Monument

Last night my husband and I drove out to Natural Bridges National Monument for the twice-a-week ranger led astronomy program they offer each summer.  We had gone once before, but it was in 2009 when we first moved here, so … Continue reading

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