Many of our guests frequently ask the front desk what there is to do in Southern Utah besides seeing all the National and State Parks. In the most recent issue of St. George Magazine (May 2012), they have an article on five tours you don’t want to miss out on here in Southern Utah. [Read more…]
Brian Regan will be performing live at Tuacahn on May 10, 11 and 12! The tickets are sold out for Friday and Saturday night, but there are a few left for Thursday night. Ramada Inn would love to accomodate those who are traveling to come watch this hilarious performance! Ask for our HotDeals rate and save 15%!
Critics and peers agree: Brian Regan has distinguished himself as one of the premier comedians in the country. The perfect balance of sophisticated writing and physicality, Brian fills theaters nationwide with fervent fans that span generations.
This is a performance you don’t want to miss! Call in and book your tickets with Tuacahn– and don’t forget to stay at the Ramada Inn!
It is the beginning of May and here in St. George, that means it is time for the Ironman! The runners and staff have started creeping into town and before we know it, St. George is going to be full with the Ironman participants! Don’t forget to get out there and support those participating. They put so much effort into training for this event. It wouldn’t be the same without all the volunteers and crowd to cheer them on!
The list of events goes as follows. Make sure to come support if you can!
Race Day – Saturday, May 5th
NEW RUN COURSE FOR 2012!!
Swim: 2.4 miles – Sand Hollow Reservoir
Bike: 112 miles – Sand Hollow to Washington, St. George, Santa Clara, Ivins, Gunlock, Veyo,St. George (2 loop)
Run: 26.2 miles – All new course for 2012! Downtown St. George from Tabernacle St., looping through downtown St. George to 400E and finishing near the Town Square on Main St.
Dixie Center Events:
WED-THURS-FRI: – MAY 2,3,4 Dixie Center Expo Opens to Public:
Closed to Public Sat. May 5 Day of Race
Gift Shop Only Opened Sunday: 9:00am-5:00pm
8:00am – 6:00pm (all three days)
10:00am – 4:00pm (Wed & Thurs)
5:30pm – 7:30pm -Thurs. May 3
9:30am-11:30am – Sunday, May 6
5:30PM-8:30PM – Monday, May 7
RACE TIMES: 7am to Midnight, Sat., May 5th
Put on by Dixie State’s own Theatre Department, you won’t want to miss this production of The Odyssey! It will be performed on April 12-14, 2012 and April 17-21, 2012.
(The) Odyssey is an original and unique account of Homer’s Odyssey as it is seen through the eyes of a Victorian Writer. Live in the language and on the pages of a Victorian Author’s work as he tells the story of the journey of Odysseus and his voyage home ten years after the destruction of Troy. Masterful movement and mask-work, eloquent dialogue, puppetry and an inspiration derived from the most interesting theatre from around the world, (The) Odyssey is a journey you, the audience, are bound to enjoy and remember long after the original experience!
All productions start promptly at 7:30 pm (house opens at 7 pm) in the Black Box and Main Stage Theatre is located in the Eccles Fine Art Center on the Dixie College Campus in downtown St. George, Utah. For tickets and detailed information call the Box office at 435-652-7800 or book your tickets directly over the web at the DSC Box Office website.
If you’re looking for somewhere to go and escape the inversion, consider these 7 events happening in St. George this month:
- 1) Utah Cutting Horse Show – Feb. 3-4 – Horse cutting competition. Located at Washington County Regional Park (5500 W 700 S, Hurricane, UT).
- 2) Dixie 6 Junior Rodeo – Feb. 10-11 – Located at Washington County Regional Park (5500 W 700 S, Hurricane, UT).
- 3) The Soccer Glory Cup – Feb. 16-20 – U4 to U14 youth soccer tournament, 4 games guaranteed, coordinated by the St George Recreation Department. Contact Benji at 435-627-4560 for more information.
- 4) St. George Area “Parade of Homes” – Feb. 17-26 – It’s the 22nd anniversary of the Parade of Homes! Come see why so many people come every year to tour the 28 beautiful homes surrounded by breathtaking landscapes. New this year is transportation provided by St. George shuttle. Tickets are $12.50 for all 10 days.