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Passport in Time: Terrace, Utah

May 17 - May 23

The Utah Division of State History, in association with the Salt Lake City BLM and Cannon Heritage, are hosting a Passport in Time (PIT) project out on the Transcontinental Railroad! With help from volunteers, they will investigate the town of Terrace - a railroad town that was home to some ...

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Visit With Respect Ambassador Day

May 23
Bears Ears Education Center, 567 W. Main St
Bluff, UT 84512 United States
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Friends of Cedar Mesa has been hard at work training people to be "Visit with Respect Ambassadors," and these Ambassadors will be out on the trails in Bears Ears National Monument. Stop by, ask questions, and learn about the history of this beautiful place.

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10:00 am

Johnston’s Army Encampment

May 23 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Camp Floyd State Park, 18035 West 1540 North
Fairfield, UT 84013 United States
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$5

Camp Floyd State Park is hosting a Johnston’s Army Encampment on Memorial Day Weekend. The event will allow visitors to experience camp life and participate in several activities performed by soldiers of Johnston’s Army. See re-enactors drill and fire period muskets. Visit the graves of soldiers who died in the ...

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Archaeology Day at Fremont Indian State Park

May 23 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Fremont Indian State Park, 3820 W. Clear Creek Canyon Rd.
Sevier, UT United States
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Come join us for a simulated Excavation, archaeology lab activities and guided hike around Rock Art Trail!

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Spring City Heritage Day

May 23 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Join us in celebrating Spring City's Historic homes! Sign up to tour 15 houses in the National Register historic district, join in our art auction, and enjoy crafts, music, and food.   $10 adults and $5 kids

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7:00 pm

An Alter-Native History of America: Music and Storytelling

May 23 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Bears Ears Education Center, 567 W. Main St
Bluff, UT 84512 United States
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"An Alter-Native History of America" Lecture and Performance by Ed Kabotie (Hopi/Tewa) Musician and artist Ed Kabotie (Okwhua P'ing) shares the courageous stories of the people and lands of Indigenous America through art and music filled "edu-tainment" performances. Learn about Native Americans' struggle for social, political and environmental justice, and how ...

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