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|Paper||Ogden Valley News|
Page The Ogden Valley news Volume XIV Issue XIV October 1, 2007 Spook-tacular Halloween Party @ Your Library The Ogden Valley Branch Library will be wrapping up the spine-tingling month of October with its traditional Halloween Party on October 25 at 7:00 p.m. Patrons of all ages are invited to show off their most creepy, funny, silly, and downright scary costumes! This annual program is the event of the year! It is truly an evening to “scare” with family and friends. The event will kick off with hair-raising stories told in the dark, and include the always-popular Monster Mash where, with fast feet and a little luck, patrons can leave with a few extra goodies in their bag. This popular and constantly growing event hopes to bring in patrons from all over the Valley and beyond to experience not just a spook-tacular evening but also to sample some of the resources the library has to offer. Only the “bravest” need attend. For more information regarding the Ogden Valley Branch Library’s annual Halloween Party, please call 337-2650. The MonsTers’ Ball—This year at The Red Moose Lodge The Monsters’ Ball . . . . Are you in? Don’t let this haunting event pass you by! It’s sure to be a ghostly event featuring dinner, dancing, costume contests, and spirits lingering around the premises. A limited number of tickets will be available for purchase. Reservations and costumes required. An adult only event, each ticket will allow entry for two people. Proceeds will benefit the Snowcrest Jr. High track project. Reserve your tickets ASAP for the ghoulish night of Saturday, October 27 at 7:00 p.m. at the Red Moose Lodge in Eden, 2547 N. Valley Junction Dr. Spirits of the past and present will be lurking throughout the Red Moose Lodge during the entire month of October with strange noises emanating from the halls and frequent hauntings as restless spirits linger. Book your very own personal ghostly event anytime during the month of October for a frightfully spooky good time with family and friends! A Haunted Hotel and Wax Museum are both part of the fun. Call 745-6667 for more details. Rainbow Gardens to Host 11th Annual “Halloween Harvest Food Fest” Rainbow Gardens, at the mouth of wonderful Ogden Canyon, is once again inviting the public to its very delectable Halloween Harvest Food Fest, this year in its eleventh season! As in prior years, this event is free to the public, offering a multitude of complimentary tasty samples of gourmet products showcased by over 20 of Utah’s finest food companies (go local!). The event will be held October 13 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. This year’s samples include: • Utah honey, jams, and mustard pickles • Cheese balls and dessert mixes • Richly flavored popcorn, fruits, and marshmallow treats • Seeds, nuts, and pretzels, • Taffies, chocolates, and truffles • Buffalo corn chips, salsas, and beef jerky • Hot soups & warm peach cobbler • Old fashion root beer and cream sodas • Tea posies and spiced cider • Waffles, hotcakes and syrups • The Greenery’s Restaurant Carrot Cake A great book signing event with solid Utah ties will also highlight the Food Fest. Featured books include: • “Cooking Danish – A Taste of Denmark” by renowned Danish chef and Ogden Valley resident Stig Hansen; • “Herbs for Al – Herbal Knowledge for Home, Kitchen, Garden and Healthcare” by Merry Lycett Harrison; • “The Beginner’s Guide to Dutch Oven Cooking” by Marla Rawlings; • “Stick of Butter” by Angel Shannon • “Daily Meal Planner” by Joan Day Brady Great gourmet food prizes will also be awarded every half hour. Guests can enter to win at Rainbow’s Welcome Desk during the Food Fest, but won’t need to be present to receive awarded prizes (but will have to return the store to pick it up!). Come and enjoy a great, festive atmosphere, as well as a bounty from the best fall food harvest in town! A Haunted Hotel and SEO For Your Business! Members and guests are invited to the Ogden Valley Business Association’s next general membership meeting, Wednesday, October 17 at 12:00 noon at the The Red Moose Lodge. In addition to a monthly update of the OVBA’s activities, events, and projects, members and guests will have the opportunity get a sneak peak of the Red Moose Haunted Hotel, and learn about improving their website. Guest speaker Pamela Mitchell of Website by Design will answer “What you and your webmaster should know about search engine optimization,” or how to help your customers find your website. The Mission of the OVBA is to enhance the quality of life for citizens of Ogden Valley (including Ogden Canyon) through the promotion and development of community and economic resources including arts and culture, education, health and human services, tourism, and community services. For more information and/or RSVP for this luncheon event, e-mail lisa@ ovba.org, or call 745-2550 to RSVP. Cost of the luncheon is $5. Weber State Announces Cultural Affairs Season Weber State Cultural Affairs Series will open October 2, 2007 with the acclaimed Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Chamber Ensemble. Drawn from the principal player of the larger academy orchestra, the ensemble tours extensively and will also be recording while they are in Ogden. Other classical music events will include the Calder Quartet on October 26, Turtle Island Quartet with Leo Kottke on December 13, men’s vocal ensemble Lionheart with the Fry Street Quartet on January 12, 2008, and Interpreti Veneziani from Venice on February 1. All events will take place in the Browning Center for the Performing Arts. Funding from Weber County’s RAMP tax and the Marriner Eccles Foundation have made it possible for Cultural Affairs to present a world music series in addition to the classical/jazz programming. The world music series will take place in Peery’s Egyptian Theater, and will include the remarkable Idan Raichel Project—a middle eastern music collective led by Israeli kdan Raichel on November 10, 2007. The Project blends traditional Ethiopian fold music, Arabic poetry, Yemenite chants, Biblical psalms, and Caribbean rhythms with sophisticated production techniques resulting in an unparalleled musical phenomenon. Other world offerings will be Paco Pena Flamenco Dance Company on February 22, 2008 and Tiempo Libre—the Grammy Award nominated young Latin band known for its irresistible, dance-inducing, highvoltage Cuban music. Full series information is available on the web at <www.weber.edu/culturalaffairs/> Tickets, including series discount prices, are available from the Dee Events Center Ticket Office or by calling the office at 801-626-8500. Single event tickets for the world music series are also available from Peery’s Egyptian Theater, 2415 Washington Blvd. Ogden. All events begin at 7:30 p.m. 2008 Ogden Valley Phone Book Offers Free Business Listings The Ogden Valley Business Association is pleased to announce printing of its third edition of the Ogden Valley Phone Book, which will be released in January of 2008. The phone directory will appear in Ogden Valley and Ogden Canyon mailboxes inside The Ogden Valley news. Copies will also be available at that time in local businesses. Businesses may request a free business listing by emailing <Julie@ovba. org> Advertising space is also available in this colorful directory. With each issue, the OVBA hopes to provide more of the key information that you need and want. Please feel free to give us your input for the next edition, and suggestions to any and all of our publications. Email your ideas or comments to <Pam@ovba.org> The Ogden Valley Business Association is dedicated to serving the Ogden Valley community and its businesses. 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