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Volume XV Issue VII The Ogden Valley news Page 5 March 15, 2008 Planet Rainbow Presents Celtic Beat —Greetings in green for St. Patrick’s day at the Planet! Planet Rainbow and the Greenery Restaurant are delighted to host the exciting and vivacious Celtic Beat. Similar, but not quite Riverdance, these extraordinary young dancers will strut their splendid stuff to the quick time beat of Irish Celtic Rhythms. Bagpipes will introduce Celtic Beat and lead the St. Patrick’s procession along Rainbow Garden’s Promenade on the Ides of March at precisely 2:00 p.m., Saturday, March 15. Don’t’ miss this exciting free event, even if you aren’t Irish! Celtic Beat consists of extremely talented girls, ages 8 to 18, who dance Traditional Irish Step Dance in Jig and Reel Time Rhythm. These wonderful girls have preformed with Idlewild, Shanahy, Callanish, and the Trinity Irish Dance Company, and have provided pre-show entertainment for Kate McCloud, Stone Circle, Kirkmount, and Fiddlesticks. These young dancers are under the esteemed direction of Ms. LaRay Thackeray at her Layton studio. If you have any questions about Celtic Beat, please call LaRay’s Dance Unlimited at 546-0495. For information on the Ides of March performance, please call Planet Rainbow at 392-3902. It’s time for AYSO Registration! It’s time to register for the fall 2008 AYSO season. Online Registration is available now. Go to www.eayso.org, and follow the instructions to register for Region 422. Registration will also be held Thursday, April 17, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. at the LDS Stake Center; and Saturday, April 19 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Ogden Valley Library in Huntsville. You may also register by mail by sending your three signed registration forms and payment to: JAMIE FROERER PO BOX 134 EDEN UT 84310 Cost per child for early registration is $45, and $55 after April 19. Basketball Madness Scheduled The annual Valley Tournament has been from the high school and college levels, scheduled for April 2 and 3 with the and, of course, don’t forget those “golden championship games being played April oldies” who are still playing some great 9 and 10—location to be announced. ball! This annual tournament has been going Besides basketball, there will be some on for over 50 years. Team participation food and concessions available nightly. is open to any current or former Ogden Iverson states, “It should be a fun event Valley resident—young or old. The tour- for the entire family.” nament always has some very competitive All proceeds from the tournament teams participating, and offers a great benefit Ogden Valley Sports. opportunity for local basketball players Team rosters and fees due March 19, and their fans and/or family members to and can be dropped off at Iverson Dental enjoy some good family fun! Clinic. For more information, contact All games will have certified offi- Dr. Vern Iverson at 745-0641. cials. Plan on spending an evening, or sevTournament director Dr. Vern Iverson eral, enjoying the community event of is expecting some talented teams to par- the year—Basketball Madness at the Nature lovers, designers, artists, craft- exhibit will be on display outdoors April ticipate again this year. In years past, Valley Tournaments! speople, and others who give a hoot 19 through August 31, 2008 so visitors to there have been some terrific players See you there! about birds are invited to enter their the Nature Center may enjoy the exhibit hand-crafted birdAll birdhouses must Neighborhood caucus meetings will be held houses in the Ogden be on a post and ready Tuesday evening, March 25. Contact Weber County for Nature Center’s 15th to “plant” 2.5 feet Annual Birdhouse in the ground. This full list of designated meeting places for each party. Competition and year two-dimensionExhibit. Entries will al works will not be be received Monday, included in the compeMarch 31 through tition. Entries must be Saturday, April 5 at original creations and the Nature Center¹s will be judged by an Visitor Center at 966 interdisciplinary jury. W. 12th Street in Winners will receive Ogden. Artists of all awards at a reception ages may enter up to and awards presentatwo works; there is tion on Wednesday, no entry fee. April 17 at 5:30 p.m. Stoke your creFor more informaativity and bring us tion, please contact the your finest birdhouse Ogden Nature Center whimsical, beautiful, at 801-621-7595. practical, functional, The exhibit’s main artistic or magical. sponsor is the Utah Please be sure your birdhouse entry can Entry from last year titled “Well Shut My Arts Council and the last through the sum- Mouth” made from ceramic and wood by National Endowment for the Arts. mer weather. The Outback Pottery. Ogden Nature Center Announces 15th Annual Birdhouse Contest and Exhibit “For the Birds” Come Celebrate Easter Snowbasin Style at our Easter Brunch Sunday, March 23rd 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in Earl’s Lodge Two Seatings First Seating at 10:00 a.m. ~ Second Seating at 12:30 noon $45 Adults - $30 Children 12 and Under Breakfast Corner Bread and Pastry Display (Breakfast Pastries) Seasonal Fresh Sliced Fruit and Whole Strawberries Old Time Classic Waffles Served with Warm Maple Syrup Apple wood Smoked Bacon and Homemade Breakfast Sausage Herb Roasted Country Breakfast Potatoes Omelette Station and Eggs made to order with: Bacon, Cheddar and Swiss Cheeses, Wild Mushrooms, Green Onions, Peppers,Tomatoes, Ham and Salsa Fresh Selection of Salads Assorted Wild Mixed Field Greens with Roasted Garlic Balsamic Vinaigrette Hearts of Romaine with Caesar Dressing and Garlicky Croutons Assorted Grilled Marinated Vegetable Platter Seafood Norwegian Cured Salmon and Smoked Idaho Trout with Capers, Onions and Cucumber Slaw, Poached Shrimp with Cocktail Sauce Steamed Crab Claws, Oysters in the Half Shell, Green Lip Mussels Carving Station Roasted Turkey Breast with Cranberry-Port-Orange Jelly Slow Roasted Prime Rib of Beef with Au Jus, Horseradish Cream and Silver Dollar Rolls Pasta Station Grilled Chicken Breast with Mushroom Marsala Sauce Rice Pilaf, Homemade Lasagna Desserts and Coffee Station Prickly Pear Cheesecake, Easter sugar Cookie, Meringue Easter Baskets, Mousse filled Tulip Cups, Chocolate Eclairs, Chocolate-dipped Strawberries, Fresh Fruit Tarts, Fresh Fruit Smoothie Freshly Brewed Snowbasin Roast, Decaffeinated Ibis Coffee, Assortment of Teas Reservations required, please call (801) 620-1021.