You can find many great events in St. George, Utah this weekend. So, get the family and bring your friends out to any of these wonderful events that are designed specially for St. George residents and visitors.

March 3rd is Lake to Lake Team Relay from 8am to 12pm at Gun Lock Reservoir and Sand Hollow State Park. This is a 50 mile team relay that loops all the way around and through spectacular St. George, UT. Teams will have the opportunity to see St. George like they never have before. They will see beautiful scenery and experience challenging runs as well as some long and easy fun ones. Teams are made up of up to 5 participants. Teams will consist of Open Men, Open Women and Co-Ed. Each person will complete a minimum of two legs, roughly 5 miles each. Post relay events will include a full banquet with dinner and an awards ceremony to follow. If you want to participate and have not registered yet, you only have today and Friday to do so. Find more information at http://sgcity.org/.

Lake to Lake Relay Team St. George

Other Saturday Events include:

Purgatory Clay Sports from 9am to 3pm at Southern Utah Shooting Sports Park, at 5650 West 700 South Hurricane. Event is Shooting, Trap, 5 Stand and Sport Shooting.

Tuacahn Saturday Market from 9am to 1pm at Tuacahn Ivins. There will be arts and crafts, entertainment and food. Admission is free.

Tuacahn Saturday Market St. George UT

The Dixie Quilt Guild will be held at the Holiday Inn at 850 S Bluff St. in St. George from 10am to 12pm.

The Kids Club can be visited at Rosenbruch Wildlife Museum at 1835 Convention Center Drive in St. George from 12pm to 2pm. The kids club is safari themed to make it super exciting. Every Saturday they will have a new animal or a new part of the world to learn about, or both. Kids will get to enjoy a tour and fun activities along with crafts that they will get to take home. Each child will receive a passport on their first admission. Each week they will need to bring it back to complete the Safari Guide program. Cost is $4 for children ages 3-12. Parents are welcome but not required to attend. Regular admission applies.

Rosenbrunch Wildlife Museum St. George UT

DHS Theatre will host the musical “The Drowsy Chaperone”. The production will be held at Dixie High School, 350 East 700 South, St. George. The show begins at 7:30pm and goes to 9:30pm. You’ll love this fun musical comedy. The show will be on March 1, 2, 3, & 5. The Drowsy Chaperone plays like a love letter. Curtain time is 7:30pm each night. Tickets are $10 for adults, $9 for students and $8 for children under 12.

See the Heritage Choir Spring Choral Concert at Cox Auditorium. The program is “A World of Dreams” and “Songs My Mother Taught Me”. Show time is 7:30pm to 9:30pm.

Sunday March 4th Events Include:

The World Peace Gardens will be hosted by David & Debbie Kidder. This year’s theme is “It’s Time to Give Back”. Instruction time is from 11:30am to 1:30pm at the Green Valley Spa, 1871 W. Canyon View Drive, St. George. Information will include designing desert architecture and organizing desert festivals. Since philanthropists David and Debbie Kidder have fallen in love the wonders and beauty of Southern Utah’s red-rock country, they are now forming plans for a multi-generational center of organic living that they call “Resonance Center “. Come and hear their stories and processes for visioning this exciting new community project. All events are non-sectarian encouraging oneness, world peace and sustainable living.

World Peace Garden St. George UT

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