Music Meals and Mingle on Main

BBQ Battle is taking place Thursday, September 12th from 5-8 pm.   There will be food, fun, music and shopping on Main Street in Price.  Food trucks will line Main Street and businesses are offering spectacular promotions during the evening.  Enter the BBQ Battleground and vote for the best BBQ in Carbon County.

Snapshot Passport End of the Summer Event

As if Passports and the Activities aren’t fun enough, we want to
reward you for earning your stamps and staying active this summer.
Join us on Wednesday, August 14, 2019 at Pioneer Park in Price for

a fun day in the sun. The party will kick off at 6:00 pm. If you’ve col-
lected all the stamps in the Passport, you will receive a ticket in the

Grand Prize Drawing!!! Everyone who participated in the Snapshot
Passport is invited to attend.

Experience Historic Helper

Helper welcomes the Rural Educators Conference on Thursday, July 11.  We will have sidewalk sales, plein air painting by local area artists, Main St. walking tours as well as River Restoration tours.  The Western Mining and Railroad Museum will be open late to entertain guests as well.  Jump in the Helper Pool and then head down to grab a bite and experience all we have to offer.  We expect to have activities throughout the day so join us and discover all there is to Helper!  #itshappeninginhelper #helperproud

Family Day at the Prehistoric Museum

Family Day at the Prehistoric Museum

When:  May 11th, 2019 from 10am – 5pm

Where: The Prehistoric Museum @ Utah State University Eastern, 155 E. Main St., Price, UT 84501

Cost: Free

 

Come down and spend a day exploring the geology, paleontology, and archaeology of eastern Utah at the Prehistoric Museum. Admission is free all day and children’s activities will be available from 10-2. Kevin T. Jones and Layne Miller will be presenting their new book Standing on the Walls of Time: Ancient Art of Utah’s Cliffs and Canyons at 3pm. The Waffle Love food truck will be in the parking lot during lunch time.

 

Co-sponsors include the Castle Valley Archaeological Society and the Manti-La Sal National Forest.

 

For More Information (contact info): Shai Reiswig, 435-613-5755, Shai.Reiswig@usu.edu