Many Fun Events Scheduled in Moab this September

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SEPTEMBER 2013

2013

Mon

2

Labor Day
Fri

6

Moab Area Art Classes with Kathy Cooney – Kathy will be instructing a series of 4 water-color art classes. There will be 2 beginner classes and 2 intermediate classes. Call today to sign up, space is limited! Supplies Provided! You can sign-up by contacting Canyonlands Natural History Association toll free at 800-840-8978 or by sending an email with your contact information to alishia@cnha.org. Each lesson will be $60.00 per person, and all of the proceeds go to our Discovery Pool program which supports science and research on the Colorado Plateau! 2pm-4pm – Beginner classes will be held on 9/6/2013 &10/4/2013, and intermediate classes on 9/20/2013 & 10/11/2013. For more info visitcnha.org or call 435-259-6003 ext.12.
Fri-Sat

13-14

Moab Outfitters’ Annual Jeeping Event: Fall Crawl 2013! – Join us Friday andSaturday, September 13-14, for guided Jeep tours. Your choice of trails, some easier, some more difficult. Dinner and a raffle on Friday night. Grand Prize of $500 cash! Other prizes like roof racks, gas cans, gift certificates to restaurants and more. Sign up atmoaboutfitters.com/events/fall-crawl-2013/ or call 801-785-6622.
Sat

14

Moab Artwalk – Downtown Moab businesses and community organizations open their doors from 6-9pm, on the second Saturdays of spring and fall months, to invite the public to stroll through featured art exhibits. 2013 dates are April 13, May 11, June 8, September 14, October 12, and November 9. For more info visit moabartwalk.com or call 435-260-0738.
Sat

14

MRAC ATTACK Mini-Triathlon – The Moab Recreation and Aquatic Center374 Park Ave. in Moab, will hold its annual MRAC ATTACK Mini-Triathlon on Saturday, September 14, at 9:00 a.m. There are 3 categories, Elite, Open, and Youth under age 12. Awards will be given for the top five places in each of the three categories for both males and females. Participants may pre-register at the center’s front desk or online throughSeptember 13, 2013 at www.activityreg.com. Event fee is $10.00. Late registration (day of race) is $15.00 and will be held from 7:30 to 8:15 a.m. at the MRAC front desk. For more info visit moabcity.org/mrac or call 435-259-8226.
Wed

18

Poetry and Conversation at the Library – Grand Library and Moab Poets and Writers invite you to discover the poetry of Jack Gilbert (1925-2012). Men and women who heard him read often told him that his poems had saved their lives. Come find out why! Refreshments served. 6:00pm. For more info call 435-259-7986.
Fri

20

Moab Area Art Classes with Kathy Cooney – Kathy will be instructing a series of 4 water-color art classes. There will be 2 beginner classes and 2 intermediate classes. Call today to sign up, space is limited! Supplies Provided! You can sign-up by contacting Canyonlands Natural History Association toll free at 800-840-8978 or by sending an email with your contact information to alishia@cnha.org
Each lesson will be $60.00 per person, and all of the proceeds go to our Discovery Pool program which supports science and research on the Colorado Plateau! 
2pm-4pm – Beginner classes will be held on 9/6/2013 & 10/4/2013, and intermediate classes on9/20/2013 & 10/11/2013. For more info visit cnha.org or call 435-259-6003 ext.12.
Fri-Sun

20-22

Moab International Film Festival – Cannes, Sundance, EdinburghMoab. Dramatic documentaries, environmental landscapes, outdoor action, and more. For more info visitmoabfilmfestival.org or call 407-233-8290.
Fri-Mon

20-22

Moab Century Tour – Canyons, rivers, mountains – landscapes worth training for! This ride encompasses an inspiring variety of landscapes to awaken the cycling spirit. Choose 40, 65, or 100 mile options. This weekend of road cycling includes a Warm Up ride Fridayand Recovery ride and yoga Sunday. For more info visit or skinnytireevents.com call 435-260-8889.
Sat

21

Moab Autumn Run – A 10K / 5K / KIDS’ K benefit run for Moab Charter School students and the Grand County High School Boys and Girls Cross Country Teams. All proceeds go to these two organizations. Participants in all 3 runs will receive a t-shirt, finishing medal, and end-of-run refreshments. Races begin and end at Swanny Park in Moab. For more info visit moabautumnrun.org or call 435-259-2277.
Wed-Sun

25-28

Red Rockin’ Rendezvous – ATV & UTV trail rides, skill clinics, machine rodeo, dinner, raffles, prizes, and vendors. Concert on Saturday night: Jagertown (7:30pm-10:00pm) – Advance ticket sales available at moabatv-utv.com. Old Spanish Trail Arena (3641 S. Hwy 191). For more info visit moabatv-utv.com or call 435-260-9628.
Wed-Sun

25-29

10th Annual M.O.A.B. (Mother Of All Boogies) Skydiving Festival – It’s our 10th year in business and our 10th annual MOAB! Over 300 skydivers from around the world will be attending this year’s event. We’re bringing in at least two, and maybe even three, giant twin-turbine airplanes and jumping from 17,500 feet above the sea – that’s 13,000 feet above the ground. That’s 60 seconds of freefall at 120MPH. Everything is the same once you pull the parachute and start to fly to the ground. For more info visitSkydiveMoab.com or call 435-259-5867.
Fri-Sat

27-28

3rd Annual Moab Pride Festival – The Moab Pride Festival was created to raise awareness, understanding and acceptance of LGBTQ people. The festival’s aim is to benefit the LGBTQ community by introducing educational and outreach programs throughout southern Utah. This two day event includes the Friday Night Orange Party,Saturday Visibility March, Pride Festival & After Party. Join us! For more info go tomoabpride.org, like us on Facebook, or call 602-373-1971.
Fri-Sun

27-29

Blazer Bash – Offroad Design BBQ and 3 days of organized trail runs with fellow GM truck enthusiasts and club members. For more info visit blazerbash.com or call 970-834-2884.
Sat

28

Fee Free National Park Days – Nat’l Public Lands Day – The Southeast Utah Group of the National Park Service (Arches and Canyonlands National Parks andHovenweep and Natural Bridges National Monuments) is joining all national parks across the country in waiving entrance fees several days in 2013 as a way to encourage people to get outdoors and spend time with their friends and family in the national parks this year. For more info visit nps.gov/arch/parknews/news121112.htm or call 435-259-8825.
Sat

28

National Public Lands Day Graffiti Clean Up in Arches National Park -Come help clean up the graffiti on some of the trails in Arches National Park! Meet at 9 amat the Arches National Park Visitor Center. Bring a lunch, sunscreen, water bottle and gloves. Breakfast, snacks, water and supplies will be provided. Call for more information and details. Thanks for supporting National Public Lands Day! For more info visitpubliclandsday.org/npld-sites or call 801-521-0785.
Sat

28

Native American Rug Auction – Over 200 contemporary and antique Native American rugs will be auctioned, with 80% of proceeds going directly to the weavers. Sponsored by Canyonlands Natural History Association and featuring R.B.Burnham & Co. auctioneers. Held at the Grand Center, 182 North 500 West. For more info visit cnha.org or call 800-840-8978 ext.10.

 

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