Thursday, April 14, 2016

FREE Star Parties for 2016

Spring is here, which means the start of the Star and Sun Parties with the Salt Lake Astronomical Society! This is one of our favorite things about winter coming to an end, and we are so grateful to them for putting these fun and educational events together!

Read our review of the Salt Lake Astronomical Society's Star Parties.

There is no registration required; simply mark the date and location on your calendar, dress according to the current weather forecast, and bring yourselves and your families. It's as simple as that!

If you've never been to a star party, here are some tips directly from the Salt Lake Astronomical Society:

  • Star parties are informal events (it is a party!). Please feel free to approach any telescope operator and ask what they are observing. Join in on the fun and introduce yourself to others.
  • Taking a picture of what you see in a telescope with your cell phone is just about impossible. Also, the device may damage expensive eyepieces if it touches or scrapes the surface. Along with the bright lights phones produce, it is a good idea to keep the mobile devices stowed away.
  • Families are encouraged to attend.

2016 Star and Sun Parties Schedule:

You can view the complete 2016 schedule on the Salt Lake Astronomical Society's website. As always, stay tuned to the Salt Lake Astronomical Society's Facebook page and website for up to the date, current information. Dates and locations may change without my knowledge.

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Wednesday, April 06, 2016

GIVEAWAY and REVIEW: 24 Karite Gold Shea Butter

As winter comes to an end, it has definitely taken a toll on my skin. I am always looking for the "miracle cream" that's going to cure my itchy dry skin without irritating it. That's why I was excited to try this raw shea butter by 24 Karite Gold.

Because it's so thick, a little bit goes a long way. Besides the skin ailments listed below, this shea butter can also be used to reduce wrinkles, soothe irritations, alleviate dryness, and minimize redness and inflammation.

It's rich in vitamins C, E and A. It's even indicated for use on oily and acne prone skin.

Cracked Heels

The first thing I thought to try this on is my cracked heels on my feet. Sandal season is coming fast, and cracked heels with sandals is the worst! 

The first time I applied it, I made a huge mess walking around my house afterward, and slipped on my kitchen floor. If you are going to apply it to your feet, I highly recommend putting socks on directly after applying it, which will also helps the shea butter soak into your feet better. I noticed a difference the first time I applied it, and it only got better the more that I used it. 

After applying it to my feet, I finished rubbing the rest into my hands, and even though it felt oilier than I like on my hands, it soaked in quickly and made my hands super soft.

Dry Skin

My daughter had a dry patch of skin on her neck that wouldn't go away. Every lotion she used on it would only aggravate it and make it more red and worse. She had eczema as a child, so it was probably something related to that. The only thing she was able to use before trying this cream was straight petroleum jelly (Vaseline), but even that wouldn't cure it.

We noticed a difference right away when using the 24 Karite Gold shea butter. Not only did it help cure the dry spot, but it didn't aggravate it make it worse. 

Purchase 24 Karite Gold shea butter and other products:

Because this cream is highly concentrated, a little bit goes a long way. Starting at $15.99, you can purchase it on their website in 16 oz, 36 oz, and 1 gallon tubs. 


Because we loved this product so much, we want you to have the chance to try it out! We are giving away 16 oz jars of it to THREE lucky winners! Simply enter the Rafflecopter below to enter to win. 

What you need to know about this giveaway:
  • Must be 18 or older to enter.
  • Deadline to enter is Monday April 18th at 11:59pm.
  • Winner will be contacted via email and must respond within 24 hours, or a new winner will be chosen. We are not responsible for any reason the winner does not receive the email after it has been sent out. This includes, but is not limited to, lack of internet access, junk or bulk email filtering, wrong or inactive email address associated with a Facebook account, etc. 
  • Winners will need to provide a mailing address and shea butter will be shipped to them. 

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GIVEAWAY: Imagination Movers Coming To Park City!

Imagination Movers
Saturday April 16th 2016
2pm and 6pm

Eccles Center for the Performing Arts
1750 Kearns Blvd.
Park City , UT 84060

Do your kids love the Imagination Movers?! They are coming to Park City for two performances, on one day only! Tickets can be purchased online.

We have a family four-pack of tickets to give away to one lucky winner! Enter the Rafflecopter below.

What you need to know about this giveaway:
  • Must be 18 or older to enter
  • Deadline to enter is Monday April 11th at 11:59pm.
  • Winner will be contacted via email and must respond within 24 hours, or a new winner will be chosen. We are not responsible for any reason the winner does not receive the email after it has been sent out. This includes, but is not limited to, lack of internet access, junk or bulk email filtering, wrong or inactive email address associated with a Facebook account, etc. 
  • Winner's four tickets will be left at Will Call for winner to pick up in person. Winner must provide a valid picture ID to receive tickets.

About the Imagination Movers:

The Imagination Movers story is the ultimate example of the power of imagination. In 2003, four New Orleans friends – Rich Collins, Scott Durbin, Dave Poche and Scott “Smitty” Smith – had an idea. They thought kids wanted and deserved music that spoke to them, not down to them. So, they started gathering after their kids’ bedtimes to write songs and brainstorm ideas about a children’s television show. Two years later, they had become the latest sensation of their musical city, attracting parents and children alike with an eclectic pop sensibility and lyrical turns about healthy snacks and playing catch and conquering childhood fears of bedtime. Lines to the Movers’ shows stretched for blocks.When the levees broke after Hurricane Katrina, the far-reaching disaster turned the Movers’ world upside down, but it didn’t put an end to their dream. Even while band members salvaged their belongings from flooded homes – and Smith reported to his day job as a fire fighter and first responder – they never stopped living according to the Movers’ motto: “Reach high, think big, work hard, have fun!”

This motto has served the band well. Not even the Imagination Movers themselves could have fully imagined their breakthrough success. The Movers partnered with Disney in 2007 and filmed 75 episodes of their Emmy Award-winning series over three seasons. The show aired in more than 55 countries and they’ve sold half a million CDs and DVDs to date. 

Critical acclaim for the Movers includes nods from Entertainment Weekly and The New York Times, which reported the Movers are “prized by many parents for non-condescending lyrics and music that evokes the Beastie Boys or Red Hot Chili Peppers.” Parenting magazine praised the band’s “dash of rebellion” and songs that are “fresh and treacle-free.” National television appearances include The View, Live with Regis & Kelly, and Good Morning America. The Movers are currently developing an animated series “Super Movers” in partnership with Toronto-based 9 Story Media Group. 

The Movers' ninth release, “Licensed to Move” debuted in early 2015. The CD is bundled with a DVD that contains a live concert performance as well as music videos.
The Movers are known as a high-energy, interactive live music act. Over the last decade they have entertained more than a million fans in North America, Europe and Asia. Their “In a Big Warehouse” tour attracted 150,000 fans and was one of Pollstar magazine’s top 100 tours of 2011 (one of only two family acts on the list). According to thousands of fan reviews on, Imagination Movers ranks as the No. 1 rated major touring act for families. 

Over the past several the Movers have rocked packed houses in the U.S., Canada, Japan, Guam, Spain, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands and the United Arab Emirates. They are playing select North American cities in 2016.
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DISCOUNT: Mill Hollow Summer Camp

Photos courtesy Mill Hollow Facebook page
Summer camp is quickly approaching! Enroll your kids now and get 20% off! Did anyone here go to Mill Hollow Outdoor Education Center as a kid? It’s a fun and educational three day/two night camp, and enrollment is open to all Utah kids or Utah visitors of 3rd to 6th grade ages. They’ll engage firsthand in activities involving the biological and environmental sciences of the surrounding national forest’s ecosystem.

Get 20% off tuition with promo code GOTOCAMPFB2016, which reduces the price to just $199! Better yet, get a group of ten or more attending together and the price is just $169 per camper! Tuition scholarships are also available while scholarship funds last.

Visit for more info and to enroll. Let’s go to camp!

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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Planning Your Summer Fun

Even though Winter is just coming to an end, now is the best time to check out all the Summer programs going on for 2016 and plan what's most important to you and your family, and what events and activities are on your Summer Bucket List.

In my experience, summer goes by way too fast, and if you don't have a set plan, school is already back in session, and all of those grand plans you had for how to spend your summer vacation have come and gone with only a few To Do's checked off of your list.

Tips for planning your Summer fun:
  1. Look at all of the available deals, events and activities that are available in your area. Make sure you are connected with us through Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. We frequently post fun upcoming activities, and staying connected with us on the go is the best way to find out about them!
  2. Make a list. Sit down with your family and discuss all of the available activities, and which ones you may want to do.
  3. Make a budget. Decide how much you have to spend on summer fun, and in what areas you can splurge, as well as where you would like to save money. There are many bundles packages, such as the Seven Peaks Pass of All Passes, that are a low price for multiple activities.
  4. From your list, decide which ones are most important, and add them to your calendar. Start with family vacations and big events that have specific dates, and then fill in around those the activities that are available any time.
  5. Schedule down time! With all of the fun events and activities going on, you don't want to overbook and burn yourself out before summer is over. Sometimes the best memories of summer vacation are riding bikes, or playing basketball in the front yard. 
Limited Time Summer Deals and Programs not to miss:

Seven Peaks Pass of All Passes
If you are looking for lots of summer (and year-round) fun, this is the best deal out there, For a limited time, you can purchase it for $14.99. With venues such as Seven Peaks, Utah Grizzlies, Rocky Mountain Raceway and more, this deal can't be beat! But hurry, quantities are limited!

Salt Lake City Scavenger Hunt
Wouldn't it be great, we thought, if there was a way to experience the excitement and adventure of the Amazing Race in just one day? While there were already one-day Amazing Race-type events happening in cities around the U.S., you had to be in a particular city, on a particular day, or you missed out. There was nothing out there where you pick the city, you pick day, you pick the pace of play. And so the Urban Adventure Quest was created. For a limited time you can get this deal for $37.50 for a team.

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FREE Easter Fun at The Gateway

Celebrate Easter Fun at The Gateway

Saturday, March 26 from 2 – 4 PM

Inside the old Anthropologie Space (across the street from Abercrombie & Fitch)

Activities will include selfies with Easter Bunny, Easter activities, puppet show, balloon artist and Fat Boy Ice Cream!
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Thursday, March 17, 2016

Planning Spring Break in Moab? Let Us Help!

Are you planning a trip to Moab for Spring Break? Let Utah's Adventure Family help! We'll guide you through petroglyphs, dinosaur tracks, bird refuges, museums, ghost towns, and of course, the National Parks. Click on the links below to find full reviews, recommendations, directions, and lots of pictures that will help you plan the perfect vacation for your family! For more info on this part of Utah, visit our website series: Things to do in Blanding,  Things to do in Monticello, and Things to do in Moab.

Arches National Park: This the reason that many families come to Moab. Plan to spend at least 2 days in the park in you intend to hike Delicate Arch. There is a Junior Ranger Program and many small hikes.

Canyonlands National Park: The north end of Canyonlands, called Island in the Sky, is located north of Moab. There are hikes to several interesting places including prehistoric buildings, a geological feature called the Dome, and an arch. Plan to spend a little more than a half day at Canyonlands.
Mesa Arch in Canyonlands

Dead Horse Point State Park: Dead Horse Point is across the street from Canyonlands. Between the two parks, plan to spend a day. Dead Horse Point has a few great vistas, a small visitor's center, hiking, and a Junior Ranger program.

Sego Ghost Town: The town of Sego existed from 1910-1955. Located just 3 miles off I-70, you can easily stop and see some old coal town ruins. There are several mostly intact shacks and a huge company store. Make sure to stop by the Sego Canyon Petroglyphs, too.

Sego Canyon Petroglyphs: There are both painted and etched rock art panels located in Sego Canyon. Some beautiful examples of prehistoric work takes you just a few miles out of your way on your trip south to Moab. Turn off at the little town of Thompson, and check out the ghost town, too.

Copper Ridge Dinosaur Track: Copper ridge dinosaur tracks just north of Moab has three different kinds of dinosaur tracks. A huge sauropod, an allosaurus and and a small track are all well preserved in the mud. The hike is short, and the track is two miles off the highway.

Mill Canyon Dinosaur Trail: This short trail takes you past many dinosaur fossils embedded in the rock. Interpretive signs help you understand the fossils and their history.

Poison Spider Dinosaur Track: Poison Spider dinosaur track is located on the road to Potash. There are interesting petroglyphs to see along the drive to the trackway. A short fairly challenging climb leads you to one of the most perfect dinosaur sites we've ever seen (you can also see it through binoculars if the hike is too much).
Poison Spider Dinosaur Trackway

Matheson Wetlands Preserve: The preserve is located on the outskirts of Moab and is home to many birds at the right time of year. To get away from the crowds, check out the boardwalks on the preserve.

Museum of Moab: The Museum of Moab houses objects from the history of Moab including dinosaur times, prehistoric people times, and pioneer times. Our boys really enjoyed playing the player piano and looking for toy lizards hidden among the displays.

Kane Creek Petroglyphs: Along Kane Creek Road in Moab, you can find several stops for petroglyphs. Moon Flower Canyon and a rock with petroglyphs on all four sides including the famous "birthing scene," can all be found by driving along Kane Creek Road.

For our reviews on hikes, museums, camping, and all other adventures in Utah, come on over to Utah's Adventure Family and follow us on TwitterInstagramFacebook or Pinterest.

We love spending time in Utah's National Parks, especially Arches!

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Friday, March 04, 2016

REVIEW: Disney On Ice Presents Frozen

Disney On Ice presents Frozen
Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City, UT
Wednesday March 2nd through Sunday March 6th, 2016

A brand new Disney On Ice show, Frozen, opened this week in Salt Lake City, and people of all ages are raving about how amazing it was! Overall, the special effects were really well done in this show.

Below are a few of our favorite standout moments of Disney On Ice Frozen:

Of course, the performance of "Let It Go" was definitely a favorite part of the entire show, not only because of the iconic song but because of the special effects. Lights and glass panels came down from the ceiling, and while she was building it there were flashes of light when she would point her hands to a new section of the "castle".  
"Let It Go" and the building of the ice castle was a crowd favorite
Marshmallow, the snow monster, was also super cool. When he first came out he was smaller, and then he started filling with air and just got bigger and bigger. 
It was fun to see Marshmallow the snow monster get bigger and bigger as the show went on.
The scenery in this Disney On Ice production was also amazing. The detail that was put into all the scenery was incredible.

The skaters were also really good as well. Christoff did a couple of  back flips, which the audience loved, and several of the skaters did jumps.  

When the characters went to meet the trolls, there were big "rocks" all over that were moving around the ice.

We all loved the finale when all the Disney characters came out and joined the Frozen crew. We got to see Snow White, Ariel, Rapunzel, Buzz & Woody, Nemo, Mickey, Minnie, Donald and Goofy.

Purchase Tickets:

Tickets are still available, but because of how much people are raving about this production, tickets are going fast!

Tickets are available for purchase online at, select Smith’s Grocery locations, charge by phone at 800-888-TIXX or in-person at the venue Box Office.
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Wednesday, March 02, 2016

DISCOUNT and GIVEAWAY: Seven Peaks Pass of All Passes $14.99

For year round and especially summer fun in Utah, the Seven Peaks Pass of All Passes is the way to go!

For a limited time you can get the Seven Peaks Pass of All Passes for only $14.99! Right now the following venues are included in the Pass of All Passes:

  • Seven Peaks waterpark
  • The Haunted Attic at Seven Peaks
  • The North Pole at Seven Peaks
  • BYU
  • U of U
  • Real Salt Lake
  • Rocky Mountain Raceways (one of our favorite venues!)
  • Tracy Aviary
  • Utah Grizzlies
  • You can find up to date and current information on the Seven Peaks website.

To get this $14.99 deal for Pass of All Passes, CLICK HERE.


Enter to win a family 4-pack of Pass Of All Passes! Three lucky winners will each get four passes, which are good for one year.


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Thursday, February 25, 2016

Disney On Ice presents Frozen

Feld Entertainment Brings the #1 Animated Movie of All Time to Life with
Disney On Ice presents Frozen
Presented by Stonyfield YoKids Organic Yogurt
Debuting In Salt Lake City for Nine Performances From March 2 – 6!

WHAT:          Enter a fantastical winter wonderland beyond imagination at Disney On Ice presents Frozen Presented by Stonyfield YoKids Organic Yogurt.  The heart-warming, Academy Award®-winning tale that has captivated the world is now told LIVE and skating into Utah!  Audiences will be magically whisked away into the wintery world of Arendelle by dazzling special effects and astonishing skating as you sing and dance along to instant Disney classics such as “Let It Go” and “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?”  Join royal sisters Anna and Elsa, the hilarious snowman Olaf, Kristoff, his loyal reindeer Sven and the mystical trolls as they journey to discover that true love is the most magical power of all! 

Hosted by Mickey and Minnie, with special guest appearances by beloved Disney Princesses and characters from favorites like DisneyPixar’s Toy Story, Finding Nemo and Disney’s The Lion King, this unforgettable celebration of love and friendship will leave your family with memories to last a lifetime.  As an added bonus, arrive early to get warmed up for the show and learn the snowman dance at the Stonyfield YoKids and Disney Magic of Healthy Living Dance-Along Pre-Show. 

WHEN:              March 2 – 6, 2016
                           Wednesday, March 2              7:00 PM
Thursday, March 3                  7:00 PM
Friday, March 4                      3:30 PM & 7:00 PM
Saturday, March 5                  11:30 AM, 3:30 PM & 7:00 PM
Sunday, March 6                     11:30 AM & 3:30 PM

WHERE:       Vivint Smart Home Arena – 301 West South Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
TICKETS:    Tickets start at $20 with limited number of VIP & Front Row seating available (ticket prices range by each performance and subject to change without notice)

Tickets are available for purchase online at, select Smith’s Grocery locations, charge by phone at 800-888-TIXX or in-person at the venue Box Office.

About Feld Entertainment
Feld Entertainment is the worldwide leader in producing and presenting live touring family entertainment experiences that lift the human spirit and create indelible memories, with 30 million people in attendance at its shows each year. Feld Entertainment’s productions have appeared in more than 75 countries and on six continents to date and include Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey®, Monster Jam®, Monster Energy Supercross, Nuclear Cowboyz®, AMSOIL Arenacross, Disney On Ice Presented by Stonyfield YoKids Organic Yogurt, Disney Live! Presented by Stonyfield YoKids Organic Yogurt and Marvel Universe LIVE!  More information about Feld Entertainment is available online at
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Friday, February 12, 2016

REVIEW: Marvel Universe LIVE

Marvel Universe LIVE
Vivint Smart Home Arena
February 11th - 14th, 2016

Marvel Universe LIVE opened up for the first time last night in Salt Lake City at the Vivint Smart Home Arena, and was a thrilling show for all ages!

Marvel Universe LIVE follows the story of superheroes trying to rescue their superhero friends from a team of evil super-villains. During the show you will see motorcycle stunts, daredevil acrobats, and all the theatrics you would expect from a clan of comic book heroes and villains. 

If I were to imagine stepping inside a Marvel comic book, this is exactly what I would expect. Like in the comic book world, you hear every exaggerated "Woosh!" "Bam!" and "Punch!" throughout the production. The set design changes frequently to make you feel like you're inside the world of snowy mountains, or in the headquarters of the superheroes.

My kids were sitting on the edge of their seats the entire time, waiting to see what would happen next to their favorite character, and what kind of stunts they were going to perform.

The Performers:
Ramon Dickenson, AKA "The Green Goblin"

Ramon Dickenson - "The Green Goblin"
I enjoyed watching the performers in Marvel Universe LIVE and the skills they have to make these Marvel characters come alive with stunts throughout the entire show. 

I got the chance to chat with Ramon Dickenson, the performer who plays The Green Goblin. He been with Marvel Universe LIVE for about a year and a half, and is a movement artist skilled in Parkour, break dancing, acrobatics and even a little bit of Capoeira. He loves working with others in the industry and pulling inspiration from everything he comes in contact with. 

His favorite thing about playing The Green Goblin is getting to play that "over-the-top, super animated villain," and fighting one of his favorite superheroes, Spiderman.

The Set Design and Production:

I was impressed with the theatrics of the production, and how they were able to make it all work to portray stepping inside the Marvel comic book world.

With a production this extravagant, there is a lot that goes into the behind the scenes set design and production. Everything has to be exactly right to pull off a production with as many theatrics, explosions and stunts as Marvel Universe LIVE.

One of the ways Feld Entertainment utilizes cutting edge technology in Marvel Universe LIVE is by using motion detector harnesses embedded into all of the performers costumes.

"It prevents us from having to use spotlights," said Brian Hanley, lead video technician for Marvel Universe LIVE. "We have so many people and our surface is so big that it would be impossible to have that many spotlights."

These motion detector harnesses can be used for lights or video. A projector is set up so that during a part of the production where a performer needs to have a ring of fire around them, the harness can detect exactly where they are on the stage and place it in the exact spot needed.

To see exactly how these motion detector harnesses work, I hooked one onto myself while running around the stage. Check out my super cheesy attempt at claiming my "big moment" in the spotlight on the Marvel Universe LIVE stage:


Purchase Tickets:

Tickets are available for purchase online at, charge by phone at 800-325-SEAT or in-person at the Vivint Arena Box Office.

 *Tickets may be subject to service charges, facility and handling fees. 

DISCOUNT: Smith’s Tix Code: BLOG or MOM    
Offer: $5 off
-$20 and $25 tickets only
-Limit 8 per order
-Valid online only with code
-Good through show time
-Additional fees may apply

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Tuesday, February 09, 2016

Utah Date Night Deals

With Valentine's Day a few days away, now's the best time to plan a perfect night out for you and your loved one.

For a limited time, KSL Deals is offering the following date night deals that would be a perfect surprise for your special someone!
Moonlight Canoe Ride - $19.50
On or near the full moon each month, experience the Lower Provo River as it quietly settles in for the night. Join us for a magical time on the water under the moonlight!

Movie Grille - $6
Come experience the better way to see a movie! After arriving at the intimate Ogden theater, sit back in the comfortable, reclining leather seats and place your order from our gourmet menu. MovieGrille offers hand-crafted burgers and sandwiches, deep-fried macaroni, artisan pizzas, flavored drinks, delicious desserts and much more, all served to you at your seat as you enjoy the show. Plus, stick around before or after the movie to play a free game of pool, foosball or air hockey! Don't miss out on this great deal. You'll never want to go back to the ordinary theater again!

Rice Basil Sushi Making - $25
Sushi-lovers, rejoice! This class teaches the basics of sushi preparation, such as how to cut fish and use a bamboo sushi mat, and guides students through the process of creating a citrus roll, salmon nigiri, and a shrimp tempura hand roll. Roll up your sleeves and get in the kitchen. Sushi-making class for two. Classes held every Saturday at 2:30pm.
The Real Life Escape Room Adventure - $30
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, involves deciphering hidden clues and solving nearly impossible puzzles in order to gather valuable intel and procure your freedom. You will be working with highly classified pieces of evidence in a life-threatening situation. Up to EIGHT special agents are needed to complete this mission. It is imperative that you choose level-headed associates that are strategic in their thinking.

Two Tickets to the Improvables Comedy Show - $10
Looking for something fun to spice up your weekend? The Improvables are here to save the day! We are Davis County's only improv comedy troupe and we've been making Utah laugh since 2008. We pride ourselves on hilarious, family-friendly shows - great for all ages and senses of humor. Because our shows are made up on the spot, each show is a one of a kind experience.

Date Night Flight Experience - $99
The couples' introduction to flight experience takes lovebirds high up in the sky, soaring over scenic mountains and even giving both people the opportunity to take the controls for a flight lesson. The experience includes one t-shirt.

Couple's Massage - CK Massage - $78
Your love is so strong that you can't be apart for a single moment. With our couples massage services, you don't have to part. Treat yourselves and enjoy this bonding and relaxing experience together.

Paint Night Out - $45
Spend some quality creative time with your partner! This is the perfect, unique date night experience. Our artist's will instruct you step by step through an original piece of art. Paint Parties are open to painters of all skill levels, no prior painting experience necessary. At the end of the night, you'll take home your very own masterpiece! All Date Night Paint events are TWO panel paintings and priced per couple. Each person will paint their own 11x14 inch canvas, which will be hung side by side, next to their partners painting, to create one larger painting measuring 22x28 inches.

Mummy Exhibit - Leonardo - $20
MUMMIES OF THE WORLD opened with a new collection of mummies and artifacts, new galleries and all-new stories. The exhibition the New York Times calls “magical and mythical” has already been seen by more than 1.4 million people across the nation. Featuring real mummies and artifacts from South America, Europe and ancient Egypt—some dating back more than 4,500 years—Mummies of the World is the largest exhibition of real mummies ever assembled and presents a never-before-seen collection of naturally and intentionally preserved mummies.

Mystery Theater Date - $28
Castle of Chaos began in 2001 as a non-scary interactive adventure and as it developed into a more typical haunted house, the Mystery Theatre has sprung up to fill the gap left behind and to satisfy our love for interactive theatre. Our Mystery Theatre is a unique interactive experience. It is more like a game than traditional theatre. Rather than just sitting and watching the action happen around you, you are part of it! you explore the "crime scene", search for clues, interview suspects and find out for yourself who the guilty party is.

Ring Making Date Night - $150
Enjoy making a silver ring with your special someone. You and your significant other will come to my studio, where you design and make a simple silver ring each, using hand tools along with my guidance. The price includes the silver, light snacks and beverages, and the class runs for about 3-4 hours.

Couple's Strengthening Retreat - $134
Whether you and your sweetie have just decided to tie the knot, walked down the aisle recently, or you are celebrating your anniversary, today's deal is for you. For just $134, improve your relationship with a relationship strengthening Couples Retreat with C.L.A.S. Ropes Course.

St. George Getaway + Dinner - $123.50
St. George, Utah welcomes you and we are pleased that you would consider us as your lodging choice! The Inn at St. George is the most centrally located lodging property to the downtown area. Adjacent to us (literally next door) is Ancestor Square with five excellent restaurants (some of the best in St. George) and many boutiques, art galleries, and other shops. Main street shops are 100 yards away with more restaurants, galleries and shopping options. We are also part of the historic district of St. George and the Brigham Young historic home is just behind our property with daily guided tours. The Opera House and the Tabernacle are also open for tours and historic experiences. The exteriors and grounds of other historic homes may be viewed via your own walking tour.
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