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Monthly Archives: June 2014

    Skimboarding on St. George’s Virgin River

    By Chris Jones | June 30, 2014

    Who knew that those of us who love St. George’s southern Utah desert but also crave some of the fun of the ocean’s surf can indulge in skimboarding right here on our own Virgin River? Granted, inland skimboarding is not the same as the popular ocean skimboarding (check out these links for ocean versus inland:... Read More

    Free Movies in St. George: Sunset on the Square

    By Chris Jones | June 27, 2014

    Love a Movie? Love a FREE Movie? Love being outdoors? Yes. Yes. And Yes. Grab a blanket or a chair and check out the movies at the Town Square Plaza provided by the City of St. George.  (check out which movies are playing) With summer here and the kids out of school, we are... Read More

    Jazz Music in Little Valley Park

    By Chris Jones | June 26, 2014

    Desert Hills High School jazz band played in a great new venue for their end of year school concert. The unexpected location was at Silkwood Park in the new Little Valley Silkwood subdivision. I was impressed with the facilities in this hidden location. The band set up in their outdoor amphitheater and the audience brought... Read More

    Kanarraville Falls Hike

    By Chris Jones | June 24, 2014

    Embracing outdoor life is key to fully appreciating the wonder that is Southern Utah. Life in St. George, Utah includes access to scenic hiking trails, miles of running and biking trails, camping locations, National Parks and of course, golf. Kanarraville Falls is one of the hikes in Southern Utah that shouldn’t be missed. Just 30... Read More

    Washington County and St. George City Incentives to Save WATER

    By MaryAnne Walker | June 1, 2014

    Living in our beautiful desert, one can’t help but appreciate water for the life sustaining commodity that it is. Even if you aren’t as “green” as your neighbor, you have to own some responsibility for water conservation especially when it is as dry as it is this year. St. George City and Washington County work... Read More