Bryce Canyon National Park invites you to enjoy an evening with Grand Valley State University’s New Music Ensemble. A concert featuring an original composition inspired by Bryce Canyon will be held at the North Campground Outdoor Theater on Sunday, July 10th at 7 p.m. This event is free with park admission, open to the public and appropriate for all ages.

 With the ensemble’s fourth funding award from the National Endowment for the Arts, acclaimed composers were commissioned to create music to be performed within five national parks during a 17-day, 4,500-mile tour. Hannah Boissonneault’s “Murmuring”, inspired by Bryce Canyon National Park, recreates the floating, ethereal echo of the canyon along with the push and pull of the erosion that formed the park’s otherworldly geologic structures. Original music was also composed for Rocky Mountain, Black Canyon of the Gunnison, Canyonlands, and Great Basin national parks.

 Based in Allendale, Michigan, the Grand Valley State University New Music Ensemble is an undergraduate classical chamber ensemble dedicated to music of the past twenty years. The group has been profiled in publications including Newsweek and the New York Times, and has been featured numerous times on National Public Radio. Their album of Steve Reich’s “Music for 18 Musicians” was named one of the top five classical recordings of the decade by WNYC.

Race Information

The Panguitch Valley Balloon Rally 5K is held in picturesque Panguitch, Utah the fourth weekend of June. The race is run while hot air balloons are rising into the Southern Utah sky for a truly unique 5K run. Runners begin at the track (390 E 100 S), run through the streets of Panguitch, then loop back to finish at the track. Race day registration is from 6:00 am to 6:45 am. Medals will be given to the top 10 finishers for both men and women.

A kids race around the track will follow the 5K with no fee to participate!

PHX Alumni / Panguitch Resident Team Race

If you are a PHX alumus or spouse, or if you are a current Panguitch resident, you can form a team and enter the PHX Team Challenge. Teams consist of at least two men and two women, with a maximum of 7 runners per team and a registration fee of $25 per runner. The scoring for the team challenge will consist of scoring the top 2 mens finishers and the top 2 womens finishers in relation to other teams in the challenge. The top two teams will recieve t-shirts (that will be really cool!!), and have PHX bragging rights!

For team registrations or questions, please contact Megan, Brooke, Danny or Mr. Norris.

**Please register early! Race day registrants are not guaranteed a t-shirt.**

https://www.active.com/panguitch-ut/running/distance-running-races/panguitch-valley-balloon-rally-5k-2022


Contact Information

Danny Yardley (435.676.2240; dy2240@hotmail.com )

Megan Albrect (435.690.9799; megalbrecht@gmail.com)

Mr. Norris (435.690.9398; tory.norris@garfk12.org)

Event details and schedule
Date and Time

Saturday, June 25 2022

7:00 AM

Address

390 East 100 West

Panguitch, UT

Register online at www.brycecanyonhalfmarathon.com

The Bryce Canyon Half Marathon weekend has something for everyone. The half marathon course takes you through the iconic red rock that is abundant throughout Bryce Canyon Country. Catch a taste of the red rocks along Kodachrome Road on the 5k Walk/Run or get blasted with color in the Color Me Fun Run. Come and enjoy Bryce Canyon Country and be sure to bring your friends.


Ring in the New Year with dinner, line dancing, horseshoes, BINGO, inflatables, kid games, and fun for the whole family!


Ring in the New Year in Bryce Canyon City at Ebenezer’s Barn and Grill.  Music, Dancing and Food, bring your friends and family for an incredible New Year’s Eve Party.


Whether you are a “bird enthusiast” or someone who just likes nature and the outdoors, please join Bryce Canyon National Park in continuing the Christmas Bird Count tradition. Several routes are available from strenuous hikes to easy drives – we can match your skills/abilities with other birders to make the day fun and successful. What better way to celebrate the holiday than to actively give to the conservation of national treasures – the life within our National Parks?


More information on this event will be posted, once it becomes available. 


More information on this event will be posted once it becomes available! 


A weekend filled with holida shopping. Don’t forget to grab some homemade treats before you leave. 

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