“A Taste of Dixie” will be held on Friday and Saturday, October 7th and 8th at the Vernon Worthen Park. Its purpose is to showcase to residence and visitors what’s offered here in Utah’s Dixie. The event is geared for all types of vendors: from jewelry to local artists, hotel accommodations to financial industries, to small town businesses and everything in between, mixed with food booths and entertainment to draw thousands!
The Vernon Worthen Park is on 400 East – Just Four blocks from Best Western Coral Hills.
Award: 2011 CMUS Talk of the Town Customer Satisfaction Award
Awarded to: Best Western Coral Hills
Best in Region: St. George, Utah
Star Rating: 4
St. George Hotel Talk of the Town Award 2011
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Click HERE for America's Website
From their formative years, America has been a band capable of transcending borders with its uplifting music and positive message. Embracing a rainbow of divergent cultures, America’s audiences continue to grow, comprising a loyal legion of first, second, and third generation fans, all bearing testament to the group’s enduring appeal.
In the midst of their 40th year of music making, America continues to evolve while remaining a perennial mainstay on the domestic and international concert circuit and a cornerstone of 70s Top 40 and FM rock radio. From anonymous horses to fast-moving trains, America’s extraordinary four decade musical legacy of consummately crafted pop/rock songs, trademark lush harmonies, and evocative lyrical landscapes will never go out of style.
$29.50 – $39.50 Thursday, September22, 2011 – 8:30 PM MDT
Click HERE to book your tickets directly with Tuacahn’s ONLINE BOX OFFICE!
9/11 Day of Service and Remembrance observance
WHERE: Unity Park, 200 W. 400 South, Ivins
WHEN: 10 a.m. Saturday, September 10th
INFO: Call Dorothy Engelman at the Volunteer Center of Washington County, (435) 674-5757, ext. 103
Make a difference in your community to commemorate the 10 year anniversary of September 11. Visit 911day.org or Facebook.com/911day and remember by doing. Post a tribute, donate your time, support your favorite cause.
What will you do to remember?
(Reminder: Banks will be closed Monday, September 12 in observance of Patriot’s Day)
Hey! We had our AAA Club inspection yesterday and are approved as a 3 Diamond property! What makes this so awesome? Over the past three years the AAA has become much more strict and detailed in their inspections, making the possibility to earn a 3 diamond rating all the more difficult. This means we have the endorsement from their great company about our great company. I love this property!
For those who are AAA Travel members, there is a AAA Travel office located just off the Washington City exit 10. (844 W Telegraphs, Suite #4, Washington, Utah) It is in the same complex as In and Out Burger. Their phone number is: 435-656-3990.
And remember, all AAA Travel members receive a 10% discount off the regular daily rate!
(There are exceptions of course with a few holidays or special events, call for details)
Click HERE to link to the AAA Travel Branch Locator Page
Mountain Meadow Memorial
This is one of the greatest tragedies to occur in the Southern Utah area. The Mountain Meadows Massacre was the killing of roughly 120 emigrants who were passing through Southern Utah in September 1857. The massacre occurred on September 11, 1857. The emigrants–men, women, and children–were traveling from Arkansas to California, part of the Baker-Fancher wagon train. They were killed by a group of local militia with the help of some of the area Indians.
Author Juanita Brooks, who studies and wrote the first book about the incident has concluded:
“The complete –the absolute — truth of the affair can probably never be evaluated by any human being; attempts to understand the forces which culminated in it and those which were set into motion by it are all very inadequate at best.”
The memorial site is located approximately 30 miles north of St. George on highway 18. The monument above has been erected overlooking the site.
Mountain Meadow Map
Are YOU ready?
Come and learn about Emergency Preparedness and what you can do to help make a difference. On September 10th at the Dixie Center in Saint George, Utah will hold its annual expo. This years Preparedness Expo will present training about 72 hour kits, solar kits, earthquake preparedness, and (12) other breakout sessions.
The Expo is open to the public and it is FREE!!
Seating is limited, register at the URL address below.
The Market is open to the Public and free of charge. It is held every Saturday morning from 8am – noon, rain or shine, from May 14th through October 29th. The Farmers Market also features live music, hot coffee, fresh pastries and, of course, a variety of booths selling local goods. The local honey is great and goes quick!
Farmers Market at Ancestor Square