Old County Courthouse



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Note:   After being closed for the Coronavirus/COVID-19, the Old Pioneer Courthouse
  has reopened for visitors and historical & arts events.
  For information about what is going on at the old courthouse, click here


Monday, 8/31/2020 through Sunday 9/27/2020,   Anytime     *** STILL SHOWING ***
The DSU/DOCUTAH video, "My Father's Highway", is available for online viewing.
To watch it, click here.
For more information about this and other programs in this series, click here.

Beginning Thursday,   10/1/2020,   Any Time
37th Annual Juanita Brooks Lecture (Virtual; Postponed from 4/1/2020)
Martha Bradley-Evans Ph.D. will present "Constructing Zion: Faith, Grit and the Realm of Possibilities".
For the announcement, click here.
For the video and printed program, click here.

Wednesday,   1/13/2021,   7:00 - 8:30 pm
Dixie Archaeology Society (DAS) Meeting
Susannah Nilsson will discuss her childhood living among the Zuni Ashiwi Pueblo in New Mexico
    and provide insights into that culture. She will answer questions about the possible migration
    of the Virgin River Anasazi to the Zuni area. She will also show Zuni handmade jewelry and pottery.
In the Dunford Auditorium at Dixie State University.
    For a map of the campus, click here.
Seating will be limited for social distancing and face masks will be required.
A Zoom option is available for those not attending in person. Join at:
        Meeting ID: 828 7490 6587
    One tap mobile
Lectures are free to the public, but you are encouraged to become a member. Dues $15 single, $30 couple.
For the program announcement, click here.
For additional information, see the DAS website, http://dixierockart.webs.com, the DAS Facebook page,
    https://www.facebook.com/DixieArchaeologySociety1, or call Carol Spencer at (801)953-6572.