Culture Connection Presents Gus Clark
Thursday May 12, 2022 @ 7pm in the Price Civic Auditorium
At the tender age of 18, the northwest-born crooner Gus Clark hit out to explore the United States with a backpack and a mandolin, cutting his teeth playing on the street and traveling by freight train or the kindness of those still bold enough to pick up a hitchhiker. Emerging over 10 years later as an accomplished vocalist and multi-instrumentalist (guitar, accordion, mandolin, and more), he now pays beautiful homage to a deep well of golden-era American music traditions, ranging from pre-WWII blues to 1960s Nashville honkytonk. In a voice that combines unique sincerity with pitch-perfect emotive richness, Clark delivers classic barn-burners, good-time dance tunes, bittersweet heartbreak ballads, and his own originals. His remarkable tenor and powerful musical presence are guaranteed to both wrench hearts and propel listeners onto the dance floor, whether Clark performs solo or backed by his rock-solid honkytonk band.
Gus currently resides in the Hill Country of Texas, performing in the area’s renowned country dance bars and Americana venues and lighting up its largest festivals with a range of projects as well as national touring. Over the years, he’s shared the stage with contemporary greats and up-and-comers such as Jim Lauderdale, Dale Watson, Wayne Hancock, Rosie Flores, Charlie Crockett, Pokey LaFarge, Eilen Jewell, Cactus Blossoms, Jeremy Pinnell, Whitney Rose, Easy Leaves, Jaime Wyatt and many more
Culture Connection Presents Wedge
Thursday April 14, 2022 @ 7pm in the Price Civic Auditorium
Wedge is a new band that enjoys recreating magic of old songs that have really impressed them, spanning from 50s big band music to 70s R&B and some rock pieces like Huey Lewis and the News. All five band members are Carbon High students and members of Carbon’s Jazz Band. They all share a love of jazz and making music together, and are excited to see what the future holds.
Graydee Noyes enjoys playing music and has a love for performing. He’s very glad he’s had this opportunity to perform with his friends and can’t thank them enough.
Brenden Bryner is the drummer from Wedge. He loves playing drums in the Carbon Jazz Band and Drumline. He is very excited to be playing with his very talented peers.
Culture Connection Presents Picky Out the Stingers
Thursday March 10, 2022 @ 7pm in the Price Civic Auditorium
Picky Out the Stingers is a four piece, acoustic string band. They play original music in styles across the bluegrass spectrum, including newgrass, country, honkytonk and more. The band draws inspiration from the original bluegrass founders, classic Americana folk, and mountain music from the South, Appalachia and the West. Based in Salt Lake, the band travels and plays festivals, events, and local hot spots around the Rocky Mountain West.
Price City St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Saturday, March 12, 2022
Price City Main Street
Culture Connection Presents For the Love of Broadway
A Valentines Tribute. Featuring local performing artists Angela Murray, Mary Peacock, Michelle Broadhead, Celeste Sorensen, and Lizz Davis.
Whether you’re a hopeless romantic, or antagonistic about love, this concert has something for you! February is a time to celebrate one of our most cherished human experiences‐ LOVE! So come and enjoy some of the most beautiful and heart‐wrenching love songs of all time!
Price Civic Auditorium
Thursday February 10, 2022 @ 7pm
Helper, Utah’s Christmas Town brings you a craft fair in Downtown Helper, Utah.
Local Vendors, food, and entertainment. November 19th 4-8, November 20th 10-5
Make your home and community safer by disposing of unused and expired prescription and over the counter medications, as well as e-cigarettes and vape devices, on National Prescription Take Back Day with a free, anonymous, and easy drive-through and drop off!
Two convenient locations:
621 E Main St, Castle Dale
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Please join us for a conversation about the opioid crisis and how you can help!
About this event
We will discuss the current state of the opioid crisis in our communities as well as real-world ways that you can help support loved ones and get the support that you need.
Tickets are free for Carbon County, Utah community members 18 years and older and include dinner. Space is limited so register now!
Dinner will be provided by a Miner’s Trading Post (123 Market St, Sunnyside UT). You’ll be able to pick up your dinner and event materials on Thursday, November 11 from 4:45 pm – 5:45 pm.
The event will begin promptly at 6:00 pm and end at 7:30 pm.
After you register, you will receive instructions for accessing the Zoom meeting from your computer, smartphone, iPad, or phone line. Please make sure to join 5-10 minutes early so that you can download/update the program (if needed) or solve any other technical issues before the event begins.
Complete our post-event survey to receive a $10 gift card and be entered into an opportunity drawing for a $50 gift card!
You will not be able to attend this event unless you pick up your meal and swag bag in person at Miner’s Trading Post in Sunnyside, Utah. The information that you need in order to attend this event will be included in the swag bag. This event is for Carbon County residents.
*Surveys will be provided at the event for you to complete about the learning objectives and your experience. Your feedback will help us evaluate community attitudes toward substance use disorder. USU IRB protocol #11504. Contact the faculty investigator, Dr. Shane Bench, with questions or concerns: email@example.com.
Presented by Utah State University, USU Extension HEART, and Carbon & Emery Opioid & Substance Use Coalition.
This event comes with a free dinner from Miner’s Trading Post (123 Market St, Sunnyside UT). When you register for the event you will select your meal choice (one meal per ticket; vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options available). On the day of the event, you’ll be able to pick up your meal from the restaurant and take it home. At the restaurant, you will show your ticket for this event (print-out or on your phone) as your meal voucher.
When you pick up your meal, you’ll also receive a swag bag with event materials and a resource book packed with helpful substance use and mental health resources in your area.
Keep in mind, you will not be able to attend this event unless you pick up your meal and swag bag in person in Sunnyside, Utah. The information that you need in order to attend this event will be included in the swag bag. This event is for Carbon County residents.
The HOPE Squad of Carbon, Emery, and Grand County will be hosting their Annual Walk for Suicide Awareness. This event is open to everyone who would like to honor their loved ones lost to suicide, struggling with suicidal ideation, or just want to support the community. This event is free and Angel’s Cravings will be available for food. Fire Chief Fitzgerald Petersen will be speaking.