Review | Shrek and Newsies at Tuachan St George | Summer of Fun 2017

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Last year was a great year for Tuacahn goers with Mary Poppins and Peter Pan, two time-tested productions.  I must state at how surprised I was last week when we watched both Shrek and Newsies.  These  two shows by far out class any other years production since I started reviewing in 2008.   Newsies is already… Read more »

Time To Start Planning Your Family Reunion!

It’s that time of year again! Summer is just around the corner which means it is time to start planning your family reunion! Did you get put in charge this year? Are you loaded with the burden of having to find housing, a good location, and fun activities to do that everyone will enjoy? Escape… Read more »

IRONMAN – May 2017 – St. George, Utah

Just this past week I had the opportunity to watch a family/friend of my husband race in the St. George Dog-town Half Marathon. It was motivating for me to watch her push past her limits and conquer something physically exhausting. I have always admired the strength and endurance marathon runners have. I have also had… Read more »

A Charlie Brown Christmas Musical

As Charlie Brown struggles to see the materialistic version of Christmas growing around him, he has a desire to help the rest of the gang discover the true meaning of Christmas. Not sure how to accomplish this, Lucy suggests that he volunteers to direct the school Christmas Pageant. Charlie Brown chooses to accept this offer,… Read more »

History of The St. George Musical Theater

The History: When playwright Mark Ogden passed away in 1994, the reins were turned over to Don and Dawna Kenworthy who guided the small organization from a fledgling company of passionate followers to the most successful community theater in southern Utah. By 2007 St. George Musical Theater was producing 8 shows annually with over 50,000… Read more »

Dickens Christmas Festival- Olde London

Each year St. George Utah hosts its annual Dickens Christmas Festival to reign in some Christmas spirit! This Festival is not just another craft show, but exciting entertainment and a unique way of shopping. A combination of Olde English shops, hundreds of period costumes, fortune tellers, orphans, royalty, and the “real” Father Christmas will come… Read more »

St. George Temple Festival of Lights

Each year The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints hosts its annual temple lighting ceremony to welcome in the Christmas season.  Thousands of lights will illuminate the temple grounds; the life-size, narrated Nativity will be displayed for all to hear the story of Christs birth throughout the Christmas season; and a short program will be… Read more »

Tuacahn Brings Back David Archuleta

  David Archuleta became a star when He was just 16. In 2008 young David tried out for the famous TV show “American Idol” and made it! Not only did He make it, 44 million votes made him runner up in Season 7 of “American Idol”. Soon after this humble boy from Utah went on… Read more »

Family Fear Center Fiesta Fright

For those of you who have been residents in St. George Utah for some time you may recall when Fiesta Fun Center was located in an old, small building off of  E 11600 S. It was a place families could go to enjoy arcade games, a round or 2 of bowling, and delicious carnival type food…. Read more »

Field of Screams- Get your fright on!

One of my favorite things about Halloween is going to haunted houses. People dressing up like scary monsters and pulling emotions out of you that you never knew you had is pretty entertaining. Lets be real, haunted houses are a must during the Halloween season. You know whats even better than a haunted house? A… Read more »