• St Christopher's Catholic Church, Corner Main and 200 South, Kanab
Presented By: Amazing Earthfest

Change of Venue!  Looks like cold, wet weather is coming to Kanab on Wednesday!

Our Potluck Social Dinner Party has moved from Jacob Hamblin Park to St. Christopher’s Catholic Church social hall at the corner of Main Street and 200 South in Kanab.  The time has not changed.  It will be from 5 PM to 6:30 PM, Wednesday, May 17.  The food, the music and the conversations will be wonderful!  Hear an update from GSE Partners about Monument developments.  Enjoy live acoustic music by Josh Warburton!  Learn more about the Utah Rock Art Research Association.  Hope to see you there!

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Celebrate Public Lands! The 2nd decade of Amazing Earthfest, Kanab Utah’s transformative, experiential learning festival begins this year. Enjoy live acoustic music by Josh Warburton while feasting together at an outdoor Potluck Dinner Party for friends, presenters and supporters of southern Utah’s Amazing Earthfest.

From snacks to desserts, this is a community-building event where resident and visiting festival goers meet organizers, volunteers and contributors, artists, authors, musicians and scientists who present the events that you enjoy. Whether you’re omnivore or vegan, bring your favorite home-cooked recipe and enjoy a festive atmosphere and conversation. Let’s discover, share, preserve and celebrate the places we love!  Please let us know what you intend to bring! RSVP to jiw@gwi.net.

For additional information about this event:

Event Contact Name: Rich Csenge

Event Contact Phone: 4356443735

Event Contact Email: jiw@gwi.net

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