We’re really getting into the holiday season and there are a lot of ways to start celebrating this weekend. And there are plenty of non-holiday related events going on as well. We’ve got all the details…right here.
The national Broadway tour of Finding Neverland comes to the Ellen Eccles Theatre this weekend. Finding Neverland tells the incredible story behind Peter Pan, this Thursday and Friday.
The Hyrum Senior Center is hosting their annual All Wrapped Up Christmas Craft Fair. Gift baskets, treats, holiday decorations and a lot more will be available Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Christmas trees decorated by local businesses will be auctioned off at the Tree Festival. It’s a fundraiser for The Family Place and takes place at Freckle Farm Friday at 5.
Winter Gift Market
Celebrate the Art of Giving at the Winter Gift Market at the Bullen Center. Support local artists beginning Friday at 5, and continuing Saturday at 9.
Celebrate the 10th anniversary of USU’s Science Unwrapped. The theme for Friday night’s event in the Eccles Science Learning Center is Powers of 10: Planetary and it begins at 7 p.m.
USU Hockey hosts the University of Utah Friday night at the Eccles Ice Arena, and it’s Military Appreciation Night. All fans with military ID get free admission.
Four Seasons Theater opens its heartwarming musical adaptation of White Christmas this weekend. Performances are in the Sky View auditorium and continue through December 10th.
Light Up the Sky
If you enjoy satire, we think you’ll like Light Up the Sky. The theater production (about theater) opens this weekend at the Caine Lyric Theatre and continues through December 8th.
Come enjoy the Zoo lights at Zootah, starting this weekend and continuing through December 29th. Friday night is USU Student Night. All college students with ID get in for half price; and, Saturday is Veterans Night. All active duty or retired military get in for free and there are discounts for immediate family as well.
On Saturday, there are two performances of the Forgotten Carols: a matinee at 2:30 and an evening performance at 7:30, both at Logan High School.
Join the Northern Utah Youth and Community Symphonies and soloists as they usher in the 2018 Christmas season with Handel’s Messiah in the Brigham City Tabernacle. The event will include audience participation and begins Saturday at 7 p.m.
If you’d like to know more details about any of the events going on this weekend, visit our Community Calendar.