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William Blake

William Blake in Hollywood tells the story of a British literary professor who has authored a compelling biography about the visionary English poet and painter … William Blake. In its world-premiere performance, this show carries the audience and the professor to Hollywood where he hopes his book will be adapted into a blockbuster movie. When an attractive young woman makes her way into the professor’s life – and his bungalow – sparks begins to fly as the present reflects the past.

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There is exciting news happening in St George at the Las Palmas Resort!  The Las Palmas Resort has recently agreed to purchase the Green Valley amenities and starting July 1st guests will have access to ALL the amenities.  So that means all guests at Las Palmas will no longer need to stay in a condo that has a membership required to use those amenities – all condos at Las Palmas will have unlimited access.

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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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Neil Simon Festival 2017

It’s considered a bit of a fluke that the world’s first and only professional theater company dedicated to honoring the works of America’s comic playwright, screenwriter and author Neil Simon is held in Cedar City, Utah. Simon has written more than thirty plays and nearly the same number of movie screenplays, mostly adaptations of his works and has received more combined Oscar and Tony nominations than any other writer, but – as far as we know – he has yet to visit Cedar City.

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Stayin’ Alive at Tuacahn

Any of us who grew up to the distinct sounds of the Bee Gees know how their music dances around in your head – not for a few minutes – but for days.  Their blockbuster play list includes such memorable tunes as “Night Fever”, “Jive Talkin’”, “How Deep Is Your Love“, “You Should Be Dancing“, “Nights on Broadway“, and “Stayin’ Alive“. But they also wrote and performed such popular soft poetic ballads as “I Started a Joke“, “Massachusetts“, “Fanny Be Tender“, “Words” and “To Love Somebody.”  The pop – and later disco music – phenomenon of the Bee Gees led to the sale of 220 million records, making them one of the world’s best-selling musical artists of all time.  No doubt everyone has a favorite Bee Gees tune, which in only a few bars, takes you back to your “happy days!”

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St. Patrick's Day

Sure and begorrah, Springdale – just outside the gates of Zion National Park – really knows how to throw a St. Patrick’s Day party!  This year, Springdale’s annual St. Patty’s Day will be held on Saturday, March 18 beginning at 2 p.m. with a parade (entries will line up on Lion Blvd. at 1:30 p.m.), including the award-winning Utah Pipe Bands with pipers, drummers and highland dancers.  Of course, there’s certain to be a big snake and lots of green going on!

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The annual Crossroads of the West Gun Show in St. George, a popular favorite outing in Southern Utah since 1985, is one of 60 such family-owned and operated gun shows presented in the states of Arizona, California, Nevada, and Utah, including the regions of Central California Coast, Gold Country, Las Vegas Metro, Phoenix Metro, Reno Metro, San Francisco Bay, Sierra Foothills, Southern Arizona, and Southern California.

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If you’ve been in St. George in the past – or even if this is your first time in our community – you’ve probably noticed the red brick building in the center of downtown St. George  … and when we say “center” we mean just that.  The St. George LDS Tabernacle on the corner of Main Street and Tabernacle is the exact “center” of St. George and the location from which all streets radiate north, south, east and west.

But if you have driven by lately you can’t help but see this historic landmark is currently and completely wrapped in scaffolding.

Closed to the public in early July 2016, the extensive renovation of the St. George Tabernacle is expected to continue through early 2018 during which time the roof will be replaced, the brick walls will be reinforced and tied to the building’s foundation.  There will be a seismic upgrade; the clock tower will get a makeover, cracks in the structure will be repaired, the pews will be refinished; and, according to a representative of the LDS Church’s facilities management department, “everything in need of a facelift, a restoration or a re-do of any kind, will be attended to.  Nothing will be left undone.”

We also pride ourselves in leaving nothing undone for your vacation comfort, convenience and enjoyment.  If service is what you are looking for while vacationing in Southern Utah, you’ll find it at your comfortable, affordable vacation home-away-from-home at St. George Resort Rentals  or Five Seasons Vacation condominiums.  Register today online at stgeorgeresortrentals.com  or laspalmasresortcondos.com.   You’re going to like us … a lot!

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