From Monster Concerts to Princess Parties, Shakespeare to community theater…if you’re looking for things to do in Logan and Cache Valley this weekend, we’ve got all the details right here!
Logan Youth Shakespeare presents King Henry IV – Part One, Thursday and Friday night at 7, plus a Saturday matinee at 2. All performances are in the Bullen Center.
Night to Remember
Enjoy an evening of music and laughter at A Night to Remember. It’s a warm look at theater in Franklin County through pictures and songs of the past, Thursday night at The Worm Creek Opera House in Preston. Box office opens at 6:30, show begins at 7.
Mother-Son Ball / Daddy-Daughter Dance
On Friday, Tremonton Recreation is hosting their second annual Mother-Son Ball. And on Saturday, they host their fourth annual Daddy Daughter Dance. Both events feature dancing, a dessert buffet and commemorative keepsake photo.
If your little girl loves princesses, she’ll love the Princess Party at Castle Manor this Saturday. It’s a fundraiser for The Family Place and there are two opportunities to meet your favorite princesses: from 10 a.m. – 12 noon, or from 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Family First Saturday
Home is where the heart is, and this Saturday learn about the different styles of homes around the world. Family First Saturdays at the USU Museum of Anthropology is from 10 to 2 p.m.
Speaking of USU, the men’s basketball team hosts Mountain West Conference rival UNLV this Saturday. The game starts at 2:30 and the halftime entertainment are the legendary Jeans Golden Girls! Go Aggies!
Mule Deer fundraiser
The Bear River Chapter of the Mule Deer Foundation is holding its annual fundraising banquet Saturday at the Riverwoods Conference Center. All wildlife benefit when mule deer habitat is preserved and improved. The dinner and auction begin at 5:30 p.m.
Lincoln Day Dinner
Another dinner and fundraiser option on Saturday is the Lincoln Day Dinner. Sponsored by the Cache County Republican Party, the evening will feature keynote speaker Senator Mike Lee and reports by local, state and federally elected officials. Reception starts at 6, dinner at 7 in the USU Taggart Student Center Ballroom.
Ten pianos, one monster and over 200 students and teachers on one stage. This Saturday is the Youth Conservatory Monster Concert in the Daines Concert Hall starting at 6 p.m.
For details and information about everything happening this weekend, visit our Community Calendar page.