It’s the Weekend – March 8, 2018

Free tax preparation, emergency preparedness, indoor rodeos and a rail jam. It’s all happening in and around Cache Valley this weekend.

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At Stevens-Henager College in Logan they have been helping people <a href=”” target=”_blank”>prepare their taxes for free</a>. The college is one of only a few sites throughout Cache Valley participating in the Voluntary Income Tax Assistance program which is administered by the Bear River Association of Governments. The service is offered Wednesdays and Thursdays from 5:30-8 p.m. and Fridays from 12 noon to 3 p.m.

Speaking of finances, learn about <a href=”” target=”_blank”>“Financial Paperwork and Cash in an Emergency”</a> at the next USU Extension Family Emergency Preparedness Workshop. It’s Thursday from 6:30-8 pm at the Cache County Administration Building.

USU Extension also continues their spring gardening series Thursday evening. The topic is <a href=”” target=”_blank”>Proper Pruning – Fruit Trees and Berries</a> and will be held from 6-8 p.m. at IFA.

Celebrate 35 years of modern dance in Cache Valley with an annual performance of <a href=”” target=”_blank”>ROOTS by the Valley Dance Ensemble</a>. Dancers will perform pieces that explore history, and the trials and growth that individuals go through. The performance is Friday at 7 pm at the Ellen Eccles Theatre.

<a href=”” target=”_blank”>“What the World Needs Now, Is Love.”</a> That’s the theme of the annual Multicultural night, Friday at the Logan Tabernacle. Sponsored by Cache Community Connections, the concert features USU Scottish bagpipers, a Spanish guitarist, an Elvis impersonator from Guatemala, traditional Chinese music with bamboo flutes and more. After the concert, international refreshments will be served at St. John’s Episcopal Church.

Maybe you’re in the mood for some-thing a little more up-tempo? The <a href=”” target=”_blank”>Western White-Out Rodeo</a> returns this weekend to the heated indoor arena at the Box Elder County Fairgrounds. The rodeo is Friday and Saturday night starting at 7:30 pm.

Beaver Mountain Ski Resort hosts their annual <a href=”” target=”_blank”>CAPSA Rail Jam</a> on Saturday. Registration is from 8:45-10:30 a.m. and all the crazy tricks begin at 11 in front of the lodge. Proceeds from the event are donated to CAPSA.

Global Village Gifts is hosting <a href=”” target=”_blank”>International Women’s Night Out</a> on Saturday from 6-9 pm. There will be henna tattoos, food and drink, women empowerment activities and prize drawings. Plus, you can learn about and support the humanitarian work of local groups helping girls in Uganda.

And don’t forget, Daylight Saving Time begins this weekend. Don’t forget to set your clocks forward one hour as you go to bed Saturday evening.

If you’d like more information or ticket details about any of these events, visit our <a href=”” target=”_blank”>calendar page</a>. If you have an event coming up that you’d like others to know about, feel free to <a href=”” target=”_blank”>add it here</a>.

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