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WASHINGTON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY     (Washington County, Utah)


CALENDAR OF UPCOMING EVENTS

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SPECIFIC EVENTS

Monday,   3/25/2019,   11:00 - 11:50 am
ICL Class (9 of 11): "Armijo's Old Spanish Trail" taught by Bruce Vandre
    Today's class: "Sightseeing Along Arizona/Utah Shadow Highways"
Attendance requires DSU Institute for Continued Learning (ICL) membership.
In Room 158 of the Taylor Health Science Center, 1526 East Medical Center Drive.
For more information, see the ICL website, https://icl.dixie.edu.

Monday,   3/25/2019,   3:00 - 3:50 pm
ICL Class (9 of 11): "History of Washington County" taught by Dr. Doug Alder
Attendance requires DSU Institute for Continued Learning (ICL) membership.
In Dunford Auditorium of the Browning Learning Resource Center on the Dixie State University campus.
    For a map of the campus, click here.
For more information, click here and also see the ICL website, https://icl.dixie.edu.

Wednesday,   3/27/2019,   10:00 am - noon
Washington County Historical Society Board Meeting
Anyone is welcome to attend
Downstairs (Community Room B) at the St. George Library,
    88 West 100 South, St George UT 84770

Thursday,   3/28/2019,   9:00 am - ?:00 pm
DASIA Field Trip - Silver Reef Museum and Yant Flat
    Silver Reef was a mining boomtown in the late 1800's with the discovery of silver in sandstone - a
    geological rarity. Silver Reef still displays some of the ruins of the former boomtown. Once called the
    finest stone building in Southern Utah, the restored former Wells Fargo Express office, now serves
    as a museum. If weather and road conditions allow, the group will also travel on to Yant Flat at the
    base of Pine Valley Mountain.
High clearance vehicles are strongly recommended.
Make reservations at the Public Lands Information Center or call (435)688-3200.
For more information, click here and read the notices at the end.

Thursday,   3/28/2019,   1:00 - 1:50 pm
ICL Class (11 of 13): "Native American Plant Uses" taught by Kaye Robinson
Attendance requires DSU Institute for Continued Learning (ICL) membership.
In Dunford Auditorium of the Browning Learning Resource Center on the Dixie State University campus.
    For a map of the campus, click here.
For more information, see the ICL website, https://icl.dixie.edu.

Thursday,   3/28/2019,   7:30 - 8:30 pm
36th Annual Juanita Brooks Lecture
Subject: Richard Saunders will present "Dear Juanita, Dear Dale" about the relationship
    between Juanita Brooks and Dale Morgan.
In the Cox Auditorium at Dixie State University.
    For a map of the campus, click here.
This program is free, dress is casual, and everyone in invited.
For the flyer, click here.

Friday,   3/29/2019,   Noon - 1:00 pm
DASIA's Marilyn Davis Brown Bag Lecture
Jennifer Fox, Tassi Ranch Management Planning
    North of the Grand Canyon in the Mojave Desert lies Tassi Ranch, approximately 200 acres
    of creosote bush ranchland in Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument. Today, remnants
    of the early twentieth century ranch stand in the shade of an oasis of cottonwood trees,
    fed by the Tassi Springs. The ranchers established agriculture in the extreme, remote
    desert, making adaptations that are still visible in the landscape today. The discussion
    will focus on newly-crafted management plans for the ranch.
Public Lands Information Center Conference Room
    345 E. Riverside Dr., St. George UT 84790
Reserve free tickets at the Information Center or call (435)688-3200 to reserve one of the 80 seats
    per session.
For more information, click here.

Saturday,   3/30/2019,   7:00 - 8:30 pm
Lecture: "Jacob Hamblin History" by Elder Mangelson
At the historic St. George Tabernacle,     18 S. Main Street, St George
This program is free, dress is casual, and everyone in invited.
    Doors open an hour before the event.
    An elevator and access for those with disabilities are available at the Tabernacle west entrance.
For the flyer, click here.

Monday,   4/1/2019,   11:00 - 11:50 am
ICL Class (10 of 11): "Armijo's Old Spanish Trail" taught by Bruce Vandre
    Today's class: "Sightseeing Along Nevada Shadow Highways"
Attendance requires DSU Institute for Continued Learning (ICL) membership.
In Room 158 of the Taylor Health Science Center, 1526 East Medical Center Drive.
For more information, see the ICL website, https://icl.dixie.edu.

Monday,   4/1/2019,   3:00 - 3:50 pm
ICL Class (10 of 11): "History of Washington County" taught by Dr. Doug Alder
Attendance requires DSU Institute for Continued Learning (ICL) membership.
In Dunford Auditorium of the Browning Learning Resource Center on the Dixie State University campus.
    For a map of the campus, click here.
For more information, click here and also see the ICL website, https://icl.dixie.edu.

Thursday,   4/4/2019,   1:00 - 1:50 pm
ICL Class (12 of 13): "Native American Plant Uses" taught by Kaye Robinson
Attendance requires DSU Institute for Continued Learning (ICL) membership.
In Dunford Auditorium of the Browning Learning Resource Center on the Dixie State University campus.
    For a map of the campus, click here.
For more information, see the ICL website, https://icl.dixie.edu.

Friday,   4/5/2019,   Noon - 1:00 pm
DASIA's Marilyn Davis Brown Bag Lecture
Randy Beckstrand speaking on "Pine Valley Mountain Trails"
    Pine Valley Mountain lies at the southern rim of the Great Basin, and is one of the largest
    laccoliths in North America. This island in the surrounding desert climbs to more than 10,000 feet.
    An extensive trail system offers almost 150 miles of routes ranging from easy to strenuous. Randy
    Beckstrand has worked for the Forest Service on the mountain for decades. He will discuss trail
    system maintenance and offer tips on enjoying this alpine treasure.
Public Lands Information Center Conference Room
    345 E. Riverside Dr., St. George UT 84790
Reserve free tickets at the Information Center or call (435)688-3200 to reserve one of the 80 seats
    per session.
For more information, click here.

Monday,   4/8/2019,   11:00 - 11:50 am
ICL Class (11 of 11): "Armijo's Old Spanish Trail" taught by Bruce Vandre
    Today's class: "Sightseeing Along California Shadow Highways"
Attendance requires DSU Institute for Continued Learning (ICL) membership.
In Room 158 of the Taylor Health Science Center, 1526 East Medical Center Drive.
For more information, see the ICL website, https://icl.dixie.edu.

Monday,   4/8/2019,   3:00 - 3:50 pm
ICL Class (11 of 11): "History of Washington County" taught by Dr. Doug Alder
Attendance requires DSU Institute for Continued Learning (ICL) membership.
In Dunford Auditorium of the Browning Learning Resource Center on the Dixie State University campus.
    For a map of the campus, click here.
For more information, click here and also see the ICL website, https://icl.dixie.edu.

Wednesday,   4/10/2019,   7:00 - 8:30 pm
Iron County Historical Society Meeting
    James Aton will be speaking about his new book that he has just published titled:
    "The Crimson Cowboys: The 1931 Claflin-Emerson Expedition".
Everyone is welcome to attend and there is no charge.
At the Frontier Homestead State Park, 635 N. Main St. in Cedar City, (435)586-9290.
For more information, contact ICHS Secretary/Treasurer, Paula Mitchell,
    at mitchellp@suu.edu or (435)586-7976.

Thursday,   4/11/2019,   1:00 - 1:50 pm
ICL Class (13 of 13): "Native American Plant Uses" taught by Kaye Robinson
Attendance requires DSU Institute for Continued Learning (ICL) membership.
In Dunford Auditorium of the Browning Learning Resource Center on the Dixie State University campus.
    For a map of the campus, click here.
For more information, see the ICL website, https://icl.dixie.edu.

Friday,   4/12/2019,   Noon - 1:00 pm
DASIA's Marilyn Davis Brown Bag Lecture
Dan Gunn speaking on "Kanab Area Routes and Trails"
    Utah's Kane County displays landscapes ranging from Lake Powell on the east to Zion National
    Park on the west. Visitors can hike through narrow, twisting canyons of the Paria River. Off road
    enthusiasts frequent the Coral Pink Sand Dunes to capitalize on this unparalleled recreation
    opportunity. Landscapes in this area display an abundance of sandy soils and red rock formations
    intermingle with several archeological treasures to provide outstanding sight-seeing and day
    hiking opportunities. Dan Gunn is an outdoor recreation planner with BLM who helps manage this
    diverse landscape. He will be describing popular routes and trails.
Public Lands Information Center Conference Room
    345 E. Riverside Dr., St. George UT 84790
Reserve free tickets at the Information Center or call (435)688-3200 to reserve one of the 80 seats
    per session.
For more information, click here.

Thursday,   4/18/2018
No Washington City Historical Society Lecture Meeting this month.
See Washington City Cotton Days below instead.

Thursday,   4/18/2019,   7:30 - 9:00 pm
The Fern and J.L. Crawford Lecture Series
Steve McKee (botanist and educator) will present "Ice Age Phantoms"
    A look at some familiar plants, plants you may not know, animals you have never seen
    and ecological factors that seem nonsensical and out of place. Explore the "riddle of the
    rotting fruit", but beware - you may no longer view wild areas, Zion National Park, and
    "pristine wilderness" in the same way!
This event is free and open to the public.
At the Canyon Community Center, 126 Lyon Blvd, Springdale
For more information contact the Zion National Park Forever Project at (435)772-3264.

Friday,   4/19/2019,   Noon - 1:00 pm
DASIA's Marilyn Davis Brown Bag Lecture
Kyle Pasley speaking on "Utah State Institutional Trust Lands (SITLA)"
    Six percent of the land within Utah's borders is trust land and set aside to provide a continual
    source of funding for K-12 public education and 11 other trust land beneficiaries. SITLA is tasked
    with managing Utah's 3.4 millioin acres of trust land and working with private business to generate
    revenue from energy and mineral royalties, and real estate and surface development. Kyle Pasley
    directs the St. George SITLA office and will be discussing SITLA land management efforts across
    the region.
Public Lands Information Center Conference Room
    345 E. Riverside Dr., St. George UT 84790
Reserve free tickets at the Information Center or call (435)688-3200 to reserve one of the 80 seats
    per session.
For more information, click here.

Saturday,   4/20/2019,   10:00 - 11:30 am
Daughters of Utah Pioneers (DUP) 3rd Weekend Event
    Lecture: "Early Maps: History of Mapmaking, Early Maps in Utah's Dixie and use in
    Genealogy Research" presented by Kathleen Broeder (DSU Special Collections Librarian)
At the Daughters of Utah Pioneers (DUP) McQuarrie Memorial Museum
    145 North 100 East, St. George UT 84770
This event is free and the public is invited.   For the flyer, click here.
For other information, see https://dupstgeorge.org or call the Museum at (435)628-7274.

Monday-Saturday,   4/23-28/2019
Washington City Cotton Days
This annual celebration of Washington's history includes a number of events.
See their website, https://washingtoncity.org/community/celebrations/cottondays, for more information.

Wednesday,   4/24/2019,   10:00 am - noon
Washington County Historical Society Board Meeting
Anyone is welcome to attend
Downstairs (Community Room B) at the St. George Library,
    88 West 100 South, St George UT 84770

Thursday,   4/25/2019,   9:00 am - ?:00 pm
DASIA Field Trip - Rainbow Canyon & Caliente, NV
    The Rainbow Canyon Scenic Drlve is a relaxing and enjoyable ride on a paved road through Rainbow
    Canyon, a deep canyon located just south of the town of Caliente. What makes Rainbow Canyon an
    enjoyable drive isn't tall mountains, but instead the colored rock and interesting rock formations
    along the road. Throughout the drive, the traveler will see large formations of red rock and rock
    formations that defy easy description
Make reservations at the Public Lands Information Center or call (435)688-3200.
For more information, click here and read the notices at the end.

Friday,   4/26/2019,   Noon - 1:00 pm
DASIA's Marilyn Davis Brown Bag Lecture   (Final one of the season; returns in October)
Kyle Voyles speaking on "Bloomington Cave"
    Bloomington Cave is the most extensive and well-known cave in the St. George area, It is a large
    tectonic cave, and has at least six distinct levels and a maze of passages that are generally
    narrow, often with steeply dipping floors. The surveyed length of the cave is currently 1.39 miles
    (7,340 feet), making it the fifth longest cave in Utah. Kyle Voyles is an outdoor recreation
    planner and avid spelunker who knows the cave well, and will be describing how to enjoy this
    nearby opportunity.
Public Lands Information Center Conference Room
    345 E. Riverside Dr., St. George UT 84790
Reserve free tickets at the Information Center or call (435)688-3200 to reserve one of the 80 seats
    per session.
For more information, click here.

4/27/2019 to Mid-June 2019
Utah State University Traveling Chinese Exhibit at the Silver Reef Museum
    Deals with Chinese culture and experience along the Transcontinental Railroad.
Free with museum admission.
For the flyer, click here
For more information, contact the Museum at Museum@SilverReef.org,
    or call the Museum at (435)879-2254.

Sunday,   4/28/2019,   6:00 - 7:30 pm
Washington City Historical Society History Fireside
    Part of Washington City Cotton Days
    Program TBA
In the gymnasium at the Washington City Museum (the Old School), 25 E. Telegraph Road in Washington.
Free. Everyone is welcome to attend. Casual dress.

Thursday,   5/2/2019,   7:30 - 9:00 pm
The Fern and J.L. Crawford Lecture Series
Christa Sadler (author, educator, and river guide) will present "Seeing Things Whole: John Wesley Powell
    and an Understanding of the American West". 2019 is the 150th anniversary of John Wesley
    Powell's first expedition through the canyons of the Colorado River. Powell recognized inherent
    problems in our vision of settlement of the West more than a century ago, and his prescient
    ideas may help guide us into the future. Sadler will discusses John Wesley Powell the man,
    the scientist, the explorer, and the visionary policy maker from her new book The Colorado,
    about the human relationship with the Colorado River Basin.
This event is free and open to the public.
At the Electric Theatre, 68 E. Tabernacle, St. George
For more information contact the Zion National Park Forever Project at (435)772-3264.

Wednesday,   5/8/2019,   7:00 - 8:30 pm
Iron County Historical Society Meeting
    Robert Kirby will talk about his research in his forthcoming book about Police Work.
Everyone is welcome to attend and there is no charge.
At the Frontier Homestead State Park, 635 N. Main St. in Cedar City, (435)586-9290.
For more information, contact ICHS Secretary/Treasurer, Paula Mitchell,
    at mitchellp@suu.edu or (435)586-7976.

Thursday,   5/16/2019,   7:00 - 8:00 pm
Washington City Historical Society Lecture Meeting
Program TBD.
Historic Washington Relief Society House
    100 W. Telegraph St., Washington, UT 84780
This lecture is free and everyone is invited.
For more information, contact Kelly Paxman at kpaxman@skyviewmail.com.

Saturday,   5/18/2019,   10:00 - 11:30 am
Daughters of Utah Pioneers (DUP) 3rd Weekend Event
    Lecture: "Pioneer Fashions During the Years of 1850 to 1870"
    presented by Carla Avant and Belinda Wire
At the Daughters of Utah Pioneers (DUP) McQuarrie Memorial Museum
    145 North 100 East, St. George UT 84770
This event is free and the public is invited.   For the flyer, click here.
For other information, see https://dupstgeorge.org or call the Museum at (435)628-7274.

Saturday,   5/18/2019
Leeds Sesquicentennial (150th Anniversary) Celebration
    There will be lots of fun activities. See the flyer for details.
For the preliminary flyer, click here.

Thursday,   5/23/2019,   9:00 am - ?:00 pm
DASIA Field Trip - Pinto & Page Ranch, Dixie National Forest
    Pinto, with its lush meadows and clear stream of good water, was a natural stopping place on the Old
    Spanish Trail. Another historical stopping point along what was once a major freighting and travel
    route was Page Ranch. The house served regularly as an informal hotel for travelers and as a boarding
    house for men working in the nearby iron ore mines.
There are no special vehicle requirements for this trip.
Make reservations at the Public Lands Information Center or call (435)688-3200.
For more information, click here and read the notices at the end.

Saturday,   5/25/2019,   10:00 am
Silver Reef Museum 4th Saturday Event
    Lecture:   "Silver Reef & Pioche Connection" by Leo Schafer & Glen Zumwalt
The suggested donation is $4.00 per person which includes museum and mine tour admission.
For the flyer, click here
For more information, contact the Museum at Museum@SilverReef.org,
    or call the Museum at (435)879-2254.

Wednesday,   5/29/2019,   10:00 am - noon
Washington County Historical Society Board Meeting
Anyone is welcome to attend
Downstairs (Community Room B) at the St. George Library,
    88 West 100 South, St George UT 84770

Saturday,   6/22/2019,   10:00 am
Silver Reef Museum 4th Saturday Event
    Lecture:   "Exploring the San Juan & Green Rivers" by James Aton
The suggested donation is $4.00 per person which includes museum and mine tour admission.
For the flyer, click here
For more information, contact the Museum at Museum@SilverReef.org,
    or call the Museum at (435)879-2254.

Thursday,   6/27/2019,   9:00 am - ?:00 pm
DASIA Field Trip - Tassi Ranch, Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument
    North of the Grand Canyon in the Mojave Desert lies Tassi Ranch, approximately 200 acres of creosote
    bush ranchland in Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument. Today, the remnants of the early
    twentieth century ranch can be found under the shade of an oasis of cottonwood trees, fed by the
    Tassi Springs near the center of the ranchland. The adaptations the ranchers undertook as they
    worked to establish agriculture in an extreme, remote desert are still visible in the landscape today.
High clearance vehicles are required for this trip.
Make reservations at the Public Lands Information Center or call (435)688-3200.
For more information, click here and read the notices at the end.

Saturday,   7/27/2019,   10:00 am
Silver Reef Museum 4th Saturday Event
    Lecture:   "Old Bottles & Their Stories" by Mike Empey, Mike Walters, & Ray Beal
The suggested donation is $4.00 per person which includes museum and mine tour admission.
For the flyer, click here
For more information, contact the Museum at Museum@SilverReef.org,
    or call the Museum at (435)879-2254.

Thursday,   8/22/2019,   9:00 am - ?:00 pm
DASIA Field Trip - Skutumpah Road, Grand Staircase Escalante
    Skutumpah captures the beauty of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument with its rugged 34
    mile dirt road that winds past some great slot canyons. When you pass over a narrow wooden bridge
    at the Bull Valley Gorge Trailhead, you might want to look around and see if you are able to see
    the old jeep stuck down in a crevice. Also look for Willis Creek and Lick Wash, both wonderful
    slot canyons.
This trip will be an extended long day and high clearance vehicles are strongly recommended.
Make reservations at the Public Lands Information Center or call (435)688-3200.
For more information, click here and read the notices at the end.

Saturday,   8/24/2019,   10:00 am
Silver Reef Museum 4th Saturday Event
    Lecture:   "Old Movies Filmed in Washington County" by Glen Blakely
The suggested donation is $4.00 per person which includes museum and mine tour admission.
For the flyer, click here
For more information, contact the Museum at Museum@SilverReef.org,
    or call the Museum at (435)879-2254.

Wednesday,   8/28/2019,   10:00 am - noon
Washington County Historical Society Board Meeting
Anyone is welcome to attend
Downstairs (Community Room B) at the St. George Library,
    88 West 100 South, St George UT 84770

Thursday-Saturday,   9/19-21/2019
Sons of Utah Pioneers National Encampment
Details TBD
Hosted my the Temple Fork Chapter of the SUP in Logan, Utah.

Saturday,   9/21/2019,   7:30 - 9:00 pm
The Fern and J.L. Crawford Lecture Series
Michael Turek (author) will present "American Indians and National Parks"
    Many national parks and monuments tell unique stories of the struggle between the rights
    of native peoples and the wants of the dominant society. These stories involve our greatest
    parks - Yosemite, Yellowstone, Mesa Verde, Glacier, the Grand Canyon, Olympic, Everglades
    - as well as less celebrated parks elsewhere.
This event is free and open to the public.
At the Canyon Community Center, 126 Lyon Blvd, Springdale
For more information contact the Zion National Park Forever Project at (435)772-3264.

Wednesday,   9/25/2019,   10:00 am - noon
Washington County Historical Society Board Meeting
Anyone is welcome to attend
Downstairs (Community Room B) at the St. George Library,
    88 West 100 South, St George UT 84770

Thursday,   9/26/2019,   9:00 am - ?:00 pm
DASIA Field Trip - Parowan Gap Rock Art / Autumn Equinox
    The Parowan Gap is an incredible area with a plethora of prehistorical and historical values. Listed on
    the National Register of Historic Places, the Parowan Gap includes many petroglyphs of native people,
    markings from Spanish explorers and 19th century pioneers. The area today is still used for livestock
    grazing. The petroglyphs found at the Gap are speculated to have many possible meanings depending
    on who interprets them. The autumn equinox takes place earlier in the week, but will still be evident in
    the layout of some ancient markers on the site.
Make reservations at the Public Lands Information Center or call (435)688-3200.
For more information, click here and read the notices at the end.

Thursday-Saturday,   9/26-28/2019
67th Annual Utah History Conference: "A Long View of History"
    Details TBD

Thursday,   10/24/2019,   9:00 am - ?:00 pm
DASIA Field Trip - Marble Point, Kaibab National Forest
    Marble Viewpoint offers a speclacular, panoramic view of House Rock Valley, Vermilion Cliffs, Marble
    Canyon, North Canyon and Saddle Mountain Wilderness, with excellent opportunlties to view such
    wildlife as deer, fox, turkey, squirrel, grouse, hawks, eagles and a number of songbird species. Fall
    colors should be abundant.
High clearance vehicles are stronglv recommended for this trip.
Make reservations at the Public Lands Information Center or call (435)688-3200.
For more information, click here and read the notices at the end.

Friday,   10/25/2019,   7:30 - 9:00 pm
The Fern and J.L. Crawford Lecture Series
Christa Sadler (author, educator, and river guide) will present "Seeing Things Whole: John Wesley Powell
    and an Understanding of the American West". 2019 is the 150th anniversary of John Wesley
    Powell's first expedition through the canyons of the Colorado River. Powell recognized inherent
    problems in our vision of settlement of the West more than a century ago, and his prescient
    ideas may help guide us into the future. Sadler will discusses John Wesley Powell the man,
    the scientist, the explorer, and the visionary policy maker from her new book The Colorado,
    about the human relationship with the Colorado River Basin.
This event is free and open to the public.
At the Kanab Library, 374 N. Main St. in Kanab, Utah.
For more information contact the Zion National Park Forever Project at (435)772-3264.

Friday-Saturday,   10/25-26/2019
Silver Reef Ghost Nights
    Ghost of Silver Reef come alive.
The suggested donation is $7.00 per person which includes museum and mine tour admission.
For the flyer, click here
For more information, contact the Museum at Museum@SilverReef.org,
    or call the Museum at (435)879-2254.

Wednesday,   10/30/2019,   10:00 am - noon
Washington County Historical Society Board Meeting
Anyone is welcome to attend
Downstairs (Community Room B) at the St. George Library,
    88 West 100 South, St George UT 84770

Saturday,   11/7/2019,   7:30 - 9:00 pm
The Fern and J.L. Crawford Lecture Series
Dr. James Swensen will present "Three Powell Photographers"
    Program summary TBD
This event is free and open to the public.
At the Canyon Community Center, 126 Lyon Blvd, Springdale
For more information contact the Zion National Park Forever Project at (435)772-3264.

Thursday,   11/21/2019,   9:00 am - ?:00 pm
DASIA Field Trip - Kaibab Paiute Community & Pipe Spring National Monument
    The Kaibab Band of Paiute Indians is a federally-recognized Indian Tribe organized under the Indian
    Reorganization Act. The Kaibab Indian Reservation, which is adjacent to the Arizona-Utah border,
    lies within the Tribe's vast aboriginal territory and encompasses approximately 121,000 acres. The
    reservation is surrounded by a wonderland of historic recreation and geological sights. Pipe Spring
    National Monument is located immediately adjacent to the Tribal Headquarters.
Make reservations at the Public Lands Information Center or call (435)688-3200.
For more information, click here and read the notices at the end.

Saturday,   11/23/2019,   10:00 am
Silver Reef Museum 4th Saturday Event
    Lecture:   "Medicine in Old Silver Reef, A Tale of Four Cultures" by Judy Henck
The suggested donation is $4.00 per person which includes museum and mine tour admission.
For the flyer, click here
For more information, contact the Museum at Museum@SilverReef.org,
    or call the Museum at (435)879-2254.

REPEATING EVENTS

First Tuesday of September, November, January, March, and May
(every odd numbered month, except summer), 6:00 - 7:30 pm
Tres Trails Chapter (Washington County)
    of the Old Spanish Trail Association bi-monthly business meeting.
Downstairs at the St. George Library,
    88 West 100 South, St George UT 84770
For information, contact Dr. Leo Lyman, lionman011@gmail.com

First Saturday of October, December, February, and April
(every even numbered month, except summer)
Tres Trails Chapter (Washington County)
    of the Old Spanish Trail Association bi-monthly field trip.
For information, contact Dr. Leo Lyman, lionman011@gmail.com

Second Wednesday of Each Month,   7:00 - 8:30 pm
Dixie Archaeology Society (DAS) Lecture Meeting
Meeting in Room 121 of the Udvar-Hazy Building on the Dixie State University Campus
    1000 East 300 South, St. George, UT 84770

Third Thursday of Each Month September-March,   7:00 - 8:00 pm
Washington City Historical Society Lecture Meeting
Historic Washington Relief Society House
    100 W. Telegraph St., Washington, UT 84780
This lecture is free and everyone is invited.
For information, contact Kelly Paxman at kpaxman@skyviewmail.com or (435)680-1407.

Last Wednesday of Each Month,   September - November and January - May,   10:00 - 12:00 am
Washington County Historical Society Board Meeting
Downstairs (Community Room A) at the St. George Library,
    88 West 100 South, St George

Fridays October-May,   ??/??/20xx,   Noon - 1:00 pm
D/ASIA Brown Bag Program
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Interagency Visitor Center Conference Room
    345 E. Riverside Dr.
    St. George, UT 84790
Reserve free tickets at the Visitor Center or call (435)688-3200
    to reserved one of the 80 seats per session.

Last Thursday of Each Month,   7:00 pm
Fort Harmony Lecture Series
New Harmony Library