Tuesday, October 18, 2011

12 Days until Halloween in Utah - Trunk or Treat Riverdale-Ogden Business Connection

While I was out and about today I noticed a fun event for kids 12 and under in the Riverdale-Ogden area called


Being held October 27th from 5-7pm

in the Home Depot west parking lot

There will be candy and a pumpkin carving contest  - Looks like you need to bring a pre carved pumpkin for this event.  This is a great event for kids to enjoy Halloween in the safety of local merchants in the Riverdale area. Stop by and say hello







Beautiful fall day in Ogden Utah


Lori Flemimg CRS.GRI E pro CDPE
Associate Broker
Century 21 Golden Spike
801 940 9560
Lorifleming@century 21.com

13 Days to Halloween Tuacahn - Thriller in St George

This is an evening you will enjoy with dancing music and all your Halloween Creatures. But it would be best to leave the little kids at home.


October 22, 24 - 29, 2011, 7:30 PM
October 31, 2011, 8:00 PM MST

If Odyssey Dance Theatre's "Thriller" isn't part of your yearly Halloween tradition, it should be. The spooky spectacular combines technical aspects of dance while paying homage to the stars of All Hallows' Eve.


Throughout the two-hour program, "Thriller" highlights all the heroes of the season, including Frankenstein's monster and his bride, skeletons, mummies and werewolves. But among the ghouls, you'll find other unlikely heroes of Halloween, such as Bubbles the Clown and the "Giggle Girl," who sings and maniacally laughs her way through songs such as "I Saw Mommy Killing Santa Claus."

Critics agree that Odyssey Dance Theatre is nothing short of spectacular:

"Compelling dance performed to perfection! Young, trim, slim, and athletic...Great fun!" --The Spectrum

"Odyssey's "Thriller"..a delightful "Dance Macabre"....As for humor, there were bucket loads. Laughs abounded during a "Romeo & Juliet" inspired "Frankenstein & Frankenstein" and "Jason Jam," a work that used a lot of percussive dancing, a la "Stomp", that spotlighted three "Friday the 13th" villains dancing with ice picks, machetes and, of all things, chain saws. The whole idea was cool..." Scott Iwasaki, Deseret News.