From symphony performances to physics demonstrations, it’s a weekend full of fun and exciting activities throughout Cache Valley.
It’s a busy week in the Daines Concert Hall at Utah State University. The Utah Symphony travels to Logan to perform there Thursday. Saturday, the Cache Symphony Orchestra explores the solar system as they perform “The Planets.”
Aggie Chocolate Factory
Did you know USU has its own chocolate factory? The official grand opening of the Aggie Chocolate Factory is Friday at 2 p.m., located in Blue Square.
Learn to code, learn the latest tech and mingle with great mentors in the community with Hack USU. The theme this year is to create an app or website that helps solve mental health problems. The 24 hour event begins Friday at 2 p.m. and continues through Saturday afternoon.
USU Physics Show
Spend a night with Newton and non-stop physics fun with the 11th annual USU Physics’ November Demo Show. It’s Friday at 7 at the Eccles Science Learning Center at USU.
The Aggie basketball team is off to a hot start. Friday night they host in-state rival Utah Valley at 7 and it’s a white out.
This week Aggie students are raising money for Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake. They call it Aggiethon, a dance marathon from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Taggart Student Center. The money raised helps Cache Valley children and families.
Can you believe Thanksgiving is next week? Grab the kids, grandma, grandpa and all the in-laws for Smithfield’s Turkey Trot. It starts Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Smithfield Rec Center.
Lewiston Arts and Craft Fair
The 22nd annual Lewiston Arts and Craft Fair is Saturday. Come check out local vendors from 10 to 4.
Interfaith Thanksgiving Service
Finish your weekend off and prepare for the Thanksgiving holiday with the 16th annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Service: Welcoming Everyone as Family. Sponsored by the Cache Community Connections and Interfaith Council, this special event will include musical performances and inspirational messages Sunday at 7 p.m. in the Logan Tabernacle.
If you’d like to know more details about any of these events going on this weekend, visit our Community Calendar page.