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Hot Air Balloon Festival in Mesquite

It’s an early morning adventure but well worth your time to get out of bed and make the 35-mile drive to enjoy the popular Mesquite Balloon Festival on the weekend of January 26-28, 2018.  Beginning at 7:30 a.m. (Pacific Time), you’ll find more than 40 brightly colored balloons filling the crisp, clear blue sky over the Virgin Valley community with the Stars and Stripes balloon leading the way.

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A large percentage of Washington County residents will be volunteering in one way or another during the month of October as Tuacahn’s summer season comes to an end even as the world comes to our door to participate, first in the St. George Marathon, now in its 39th year with an anticipated 7,500 runners along with friends and family members.

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The Fab Four at Tuacahn

There are just some names all of us recognize:  Elvis, Sonny and Cher, Adolf Hitler, Churchill, Einstein, McDonald’s, Walmart … and The Beatles.  Whether they are part of your generation or not, the individuals behind these names can certainly be said to have made their mark on the world!

The Beatles burst on the scene in the early 1960’s to become the best selling rock band in history.  Their new brand of rock music brought throngs of adoring teenaged fans to the frenzy known as “Beatlemania.”  Even today – more than 50 years after they first stepped on stage – Beatles’ classics such as “Can’t Buy Me Love,” “A Day In The Life,” “Twist And Shout,” “Here Comes The Sun,” and “Hey Jude” remind generations of their youth and “first love.”

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Harlem Globetrotters Game

The world famous Harlem Globetrotters, featuring some of the most skilled and perhaps most entertaining athletes ever to grace a basketball court, will perform at the Dixie State University Burns Arena on Thursday, October 26.  Only the 2nd time these amazing performers have been in St. George – the first was in 2006 – this visit is part of their 90th Anniversary Tour.

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Crossroads of the West Gunshow

The Crossroads of the West Gunshow, in St. George, is a popular traveling event held annually in several cities around the country, despite the political climate which questions gun ownership.  Since the 2016 show in St. George, Crossroads of the West Gun Shows nationwide have attracted more than half a million guests, more than any other gun show in America.

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Enterprise Corn Fest

The annual harvest celebration – known as the Enterprise Corn Fest – is a happy combination of “county-fair” type activities during the day and dancing to live music at night; a vintage car show; and the best corn-on-the-cob ever fresh from the fields … all in a small town America setting. But that’s not all! Besides corn eating, sure-to-please events throughout the day also include a softball and volleyball tournament, mechanical bull, half-marathon and 5k, booths, Dutch oven dinner, and live entertainment.

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Washington County Fair

The Washington County Fair has been an eagerly anticipated event here in the “land of awes” for 157 years despite its several names and locations before settling into its permanent home in 1997 – 20 “awe”some year ago – at the Regional Fair Park. The Fair’s location is 3 miles east off the I-15 freeway Exit 40 – or about 15 miles from downtown St. George.

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For those who live outside of the Beehive State, the 24th of July is officially called Pioneer Day … which celebrates the entry of Brigham Young and the first group of Mormon pioneers into the Salt Lake Valley on July 24, 1847.  Pioneer Day is generally a day of parades, fireworks, rodeos, and other festivities in most of Utah and in parts of neighboring states with strong LDS populations, which help commemorate the event. Be aware this is a state holiday so most government offices and many businesses are closed.  Although the holiday has strong links to the LDS Church, it is officially a celebration for everyone, regardless of faith and nationality, who are or consider themselves to be pioneers.

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It has now been 15 years since the Great State of Utah hosted the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City.  Those who participated in anyway still remember the thrill of meeting and greeting thousands of visitors from around the globe in town to support their favorite among 2,400 athletes showcasing their skills in 165 events.

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What Women Want Expo

Finally …. a definitive answer to the question of what women really want!  The 13th Annual What Women Want Expo on Friday, June 2 and Saturday, June 3 – the largest consumer show in Southern Utah and the ultimate girls-night-out – is a guaranteed enjoyable shopping experience.

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