Clips for Wednesday
April 14, 2009
Weekly Nature Walks
The Swaner EcoCenter will offer weekly nature walks on the south side of the Swaner Preserve. Join guides for an easy stroll and learn about the history of Swaner, what animals and plants call the Preserve home, and how the Preserve changes through the seasons. Boots or mud shoes recommended. Nature enthusiasts of all ages are welcome. Reservations for nature walks are required and there is a $5 for non-members. To RSVP, please contact 649.1767, ext. 113, nell@SwanerEcoCenter.org or Savannah@SwanerEcoCenter.org. Walks are Wednesdays at 10 a.m.
Song and Dance workshop at Egyptian
The Egyptian Theatre Youth and Teen Theatre program is hosting a song and dance workshop taught by Paul Canaan, cast member of the New York production of "Legally Blonde," and Ben Cameron, cast member of the New York production of "Wicked," according to YouTheatre director Jane Talley. The workshop for young artists of all ages is designed to develop performance skills, self-confidence and creativity as taught by theatre professionals. The workshop runs Wednesday from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main St. Call the box office at 435-649-9371 to reserve your place. Admission is $50 and students are encouraged to bring headshots.
Swaner EcoCenter climbing wall
The Swaner EcoCenter is proud to announce the opening of its wetlands climbing wall Friday from 2 to 5 p.m. Experience the sights and sounds of Swaner’s wetlands on a two-story vertical interactive adventure. You will be required to sign a waiver and there is a $5 fee. For questions, please call us at 649.1767 ext. 113 or visit during our open hours, noon to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday.
Recommended Stories For You
Sarah Vowell comes to Eccles
Sarah Vowell will perform at the Eccles Center Saturday, April 18, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets range from $18 to $65. Best-selling author and contributing editor for National Public Radio’s "This American Life," this consummate storyteller is, in the words of the Los Angeles Times "a Madonna of Americana." She’s published five books, written editorials for The New York Times and supplied the voice for "The Incredibles" teen superhero Violet. From her intensely researched documentaries to quirky, personal essays, Vowell proves again and again that she is, as The San Francisco Chronicle raves, "one of the most important voices of her generation." For tickets, call the Eccles box office at 655-3114.