DISCOVER LOCAL FAVORITES
CACHE VALLEY, UT | 2020
4 Contributors 5 Note From the Publisher 7 Important Numbers 9 Design Tips for Your New Home 10 Meet Joy Shaw 12 Museums for Everyone 14 Must-Attend Events 16 Parks Around Town 18 Sports Recreation Leagues of Logan 20 Catch Dinner & a Game 22 The History of the Logan Tabernacle 28 A Day at the Lake 30 Arts in the Valley 34 Family Fun 36 Local Dining 40 Logan Trails 44 Style and Flair
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LOCAL > CONTRIBUTORS
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Outdoor enthusiast, loves
Enjoys hanging out with
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hiking, biking & skiing in the
Loves everything artistic,
family & friends. Likes choir
enthusiast. Always in the
gorgeous Cache Valley
design, photography, piano,
mood to dig into a good book.
Journalism student at USU.
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LOCAL > NOTE FROM THE PUBLISHER
CACHE VALLEY Whether You’ve Moved From The Next Town Over or From Overseas, Settling Into A New Area Can Be Both Exciting and Overwhelming Welcome to Cache Valley! This insider’s guide was developed to give you the locals’ perspective into everything Cache Valley has to offer. Inside you will find favorite local eateries, great places to hike, and great places to spend time as a family. You will learn the basic must-do events in Cache Valley. Check out the Local Tips throughout this publication as they provide information on some of the favorite spots around town. Are you wondering what sorts of local events are happening? Interested in attending one of Pickleville Playhouse shows? Perhaps you might be interested in shopping for one of a kind item at The Vintage Market held in the Spring and Fall every
LOCAL TIP BlackSmith Fork Canyon has an Elk Ranch you can visit during the holidays where you can enjoy a fun family sleigh ride at Hardware Ranch. -Tim
year. Maybe take in a Art Gallery Walk in Downtown Logan? Check out our must-attend events section, and plan your next trip to one of these events. Want to find out where the locals’ favorite dining spots are or where to buy that perfect gift? Check out our dining and shopping guides. Although Cache Valley is growing at a record pace, Logan manages to keep that small-town, neighborly feel, and it’s the people of Cache Valley that really make you fall in love with the area. We are thrilled that you have chosen our town as your place to call home! Welcome to your new home, we hope you will love it here and have fun discovering all the local happenings. NICOLLE NASCIMENTO Publisher
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LOCAL > IMPORTANT NUMBERS
IMPORTANT NUMBERS Emergency 911 Poison Control Center 1-(800) 222-1222 National Suicide Prevention 1-(800) 273-8255 National Drug Helpline 1-(844) 289-0879 CITY OF LOGAN Police Non-Emergency (435) 716-9300 Fire Department (435) 716-9500 City Hall (435) 716-900 Logan City Light and Power (435) 716-9700 Logan Community Recreation Center (435) 716-9250 CACHE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT School District Offices (435) 752-3925 CHARTER SCHOOLS: K-8TH Thomas Edison: North Campus (435) 787-2820 Thomas Edison: South Campus (435) 752-0123 CCID (435) 258-7097 Bear River (435) 753-8811 CACHE COUNTY Logan Main Library (435) 716-9123 Sheriff’s Office Logan (435) 755-1000 Bear River Health Department (435) 792-6500 Social Services Wic (435) 792-6451 Cache Humane Society (435) 792-3920 Animal Control (435) 753-7555 VOTER’S REGISTRATION (435) 755-1460 www.cachecounty.org STATE OFFICES Governor’s Office (801) 538-1000 DMV (435) 755-1610 HOSPITALS Logan Regional Hospital (435) 716-1000 Cache Valley Hospital (435) 713-9700
LOCAL > DESIGN & FLAIR
DESIGN TIPS FOR YOUR NEW HOME lamps, vases or photos … much more welcoming than the back of a loveseat! Hang art where you will enjoy it. So many times, I see beautiful art that is hung too high. It makes sense to hang photos and paintings at eye level in areas where you’ll be walking and standing – like the hallway and kitchen. But in your living and dining rooms, consider positioning things a little lower where you can appreciate them while seated.
5 TIPS FOR CREATING BEAUTIFUL LIVING SPACES By: Kent Ricks, Interior Designer and Owner of Curate Company
As a designer, I love helping people make their living spaces feel perfect. I understand that moving into a new space can feel overwhelming - how do you make all your favorite furniture work in new rooms? Where do you begin? Here are five of my favorite tips to help you make great choices for your home. Make furniture placement decisions from the entry vantage. What do your guests see when they enter your room? Invite them in with a thoughtful layout. For example: walking into the back of a sofa is not exactly warm and friendly. But if it’s your only option, consider a piece with an interesting shape or place a sofa table behind with
Great color choices take time. Find inspiration in a favorite piece of art or a rug – something that can ground the room and provide aesthetic cohesion. Pick up some small sample cans of paint. You’ll want to apply a nice big patch of color on your wall and watch how it looks in the sunrise, a foggy day, a sunny afternoon, a brilliant sunset. Take time to understand how it behaves in your space. You’ve found the right shade when you’ve spent time with it and fallen in love. Lighting sets the mood. Instead of bright light coming from ceiling fixtures, consider using floor and table lamps to create a more intimate environment. These
days you can easily swap out your basic light switch with a smart dimmer for about $25 dollars. And if you have the opportunity to provide input when your electrical is being installed, have outlets installed in the floor so that table lamps can be lit on end or sofa tables if placed in the middle of a room. Whether you're installing entirely new light fixtures or just upgrading your bulbs to eco-friendly and stylish LED Edisons, some simple lighting updates can give you amazing impact for the cost. Wallpaper is back! It's not just about color, but the visual tactile texture can be more compelling than just painted walls. Instead of a simple color accent wall, you can use wallpaper with big bold patterns to create a gorgeous piece of art. Embossed, linen, or grass cloth wallpapers provide more simplicity, yet still give a visual depth that is stunning. Dining rooms and bathrooms are great candidates for wallpaper - it makes a room feel special. And it's not limited to just walls … lining the back of a bookshelf or china hutch is a great way to inject color into a room in an interesting way. The application of wallpaper on ceilings is unexpected and interesting. You might want to consider enveloping your room with a beautiful wallpaper pattern. Kent Ricks, Owner and Lead Designer at Curate Company, earned a Masters Degree in Interior Design from Utah State University. He believes that excellent interior design can be affordable and attainable for everyone.
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LOCAL > SPOTLIGHT
ONE OF MY FAVORITE ACTIVITIES Passing out care packages to the homeless of Salt Lake City
outdoor enthusiast, thrift store director, wife and mother of three
Local resident and thrift store director, Joy Shaw, shares her story and some local tips for visitors In 1987, I was offered a scholarship in the Department of Theatre Arts at Utah State University. I accepted because I fell in love with the close-knit community of the University’s small campus. Later, I changed my major to sociology to understand social problems, and I graduated with a Bachelor of Science.
I wanted to work with at-risk youth after I graduated. That’s when I saw an advertisement for a job as the director of Somebody’s Attic and knew I needed to apply for it. Somebody’s Attic is a nonprofit thrift store that provides long-term, private funding for Citizens Against Physical & Sexual Abuse (CAPSA) and the Family Support Center. I got the job and, ever since then, Somebody’s Attic has felt like a family to me. Working there has taught me that it is a privilege to work with people who freely share their goods, time and talents to assist in the cause of domestic abuse prevention.
Although most of my previous work experience was in retail management,
As a grassroots organization, Somebody’s Attic has received great support from local businesses,
churches and government leaders. Thad Box and Ann Jurinak donated equity to our building in Logan, which gave the store a permanent home. Through the generosity and commitment of donors, volunteers and employees, Somebody’s Attic has thrived for the past 35 years. The average annual cash donation for Somebody’s Attic has risen from $12,000 in 1987 to $110,000 in 2018. This unexpected generosity by the people of Cache Valley has allowed us to bless the lives of people in need right here in our own community. With 2020
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the tremendous support we have experienced over the last 14 years, we anticipate cash donations to continue to increase. Somebody’s Attic also received a grant of around $30,000 this year from the Downtown Facade Program of Logan. All of my daughters, Shelby, Sadie and Sara, volunteer for Somebody’s Attic. Shelby is currently attending Utah State University, while Sadie plans on attending there in the fall. I enjoy spending time with my amazing girls at the thrift store. Working at Somebody’s Attic has led me to really love Cache Valley! The wetlands, mountains and meadows here bring me much joy. I love to run, kayak, paddle board, snowboard, mountain bike, and bird watch here as often as possible because nature is balm for the mind, body and spirit. The best advice I can give someone is to be generous with your time and actively engaged in a good cause. Small acts of kindness are powerful and have the ability to bind a community, making it stronger and more resilient in the face of challenges.
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We have had such a wonderful experience at Thomas Edison Charter School since 2007. I am so grateful for this option in the valley. My children have been challenged in a small school atmosphere. Becky Hooley
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American West Heritage Center 4025 S hwy 89-91 Wellsville Discover a century of the past at this 160-acre living history center. This living-history attraction offers hands-on learning experiences as you visit with Native Americans, mountain men, and pioneers dressed in period costumes.Â Daughters of Utah Pioneers 160 Main St, Logan The Cache DUP Museum has artifacts, pictures, and histories of the early settlers of Cache Valley. Learn about the pioneers, see how they lived and connect with the past.
LOCAL > MUSEUMS
American West Heritage Center
Toad and Trike offers fun board game rentals for families – off Main Street in downtown Logan.
Hyrum Museum 50 W Main St, Hyrum Valley from prehistoric Lake Bonneville and it’s earliest inhabitants to the mid-twentieth century. Our collections focus on the stories told by the artifacts, the places, the people and cultures of the area.
Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art USU Campus, Logan The Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art is dedicated to collecting, preserving, and exhibiting modern and contemporary visual art.
Museum of Anthropology USU Campus, Logan This teaching museum features exhibits on the early inhabitants of the Great Basin and other regions around the world, including Polynesia. Check website for special “Saturday at the Museum” programs.
USU Geology Museum USU Campus, Logan The Geology Museum has exhibits of meteorites, rocks, minerals and fossils, including invertebrates, vertebrates and plants.
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Must Attend Events- 2020 Calendar Year Gatsby 2020
Date: January 18th Location: Castle Manor-170 W 3900 N, Hyde Park For more information visit: facebook.com
Valentines Dinner & Show
Date: February 14th Location: The Cache Venue- 119 S. Main st, Logan For more information visit: Thecachevenue.com
Cache Valley’s Gardner’s Market
Date: May 9th - October 19th Location: Courthouse 199 N. Main st, Logan Time: 9:00am-1:00pm For more information visit: gardnersmarket.org
Vintage Market Days of Northern Utah
Dates: May 7th-9th; Fall event TBD Location: Logan Fairgrounds-450 S. 500 W.,Logan For more information visit: 10times.com
Little Red all Women Bicycle Ride Date: June 6th Location: Logan For more information visit: lrrh.org
LOCAL > AROUND TOWN
Loganâ€™s Summerfest Arts Faire
Dates:Â June 18th-20th Location:Â Logan Tabernacle- 50 Main st, Logan For more information visit: festivalnet.com
Freedom Fire Independence Day Celebration & Fireworks Show Date: July 3rd Location: USU Maverik Stadium For more information: loganutah.org
Logan City Pioneer Day Celebration Date: July 24th Location:Â Willow Park-450 W. 700 S., Logan For more information visit: festivalnet.com
Cache Valley Cruise In
Date:Â July 2nd-4th Location:Â Cache Valley-1260 N. 200 E., Logan For more information visit: oldride.com
Cache County Fair & Rodeo
Date:Â August 1st Location:Â Logan Fairgrounds450 S. 500 W., Logan For more information visit: festivalnet.com
Corn Maze on the Farm
Dates:Â September- October Location:Â American West Heritage Center4025 S. hwy 89-91, Wellsville For more information visit: awhc.org
Little Bear Bottoms Corn MazeÂ
Dates:Â September- October Location:Â 5000 S Hwy 89, Wellsville For more information visit: lbbcornmaze.com
Historic Downtown Ghost Tours
Dates:Â Fri. & Sat. nights in October Location:Â TBD For more information visit: logandowntown.org
North Logan Pumpkin Walk
Date: TBD- Usually the 3 week of OctoberÂ Location: Elk Ridge Park-1100 E 2500 N, N. Logan For more information visit: pumpkinwalk.com
Altra Top of Utah Marathon
Date: TBD September Location:Â Race begins at Hardware Ranch, Logan For more information visit: raceentry.com
10th Annual Fall Art Salon
Date:Â TBD Typically the 2 week in Nov. Location: 60 W 100 N, Logan
Date:Â TBD End of Nov. Location: Ellen Eccles Theatre- 43 S Main st, Logan
Zootah Christmas Lights
Date: End of Nov-December Location:Â 419 W 700 S, Logan For more information visit: 435-750-9894
Hardware Ranch Elk Festival-Sleigh Rides
Date: Nov.-Dec as there is snow Location:Â BlackSmith Fork Canyon rd, Hyrum For more information visit: 435-753-6168
Zootah Christmas Lights and Santa
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LOCAL > PARKS
AROUND TOWN Trapper Park, 1497 S 1600 W, Logan, UT 84321 The park borders the Logan River on the north and includes a gravel road that connects to a half-acre grass area with picnic tables and a fire pit. The main feature for the park is its 2 mile trail extension of the Logan River Trail. Has a playground and bathroom facilities.
LOCAL > PARKS First Dam Park
Merlin Olsen Central Park, Logan, UT 84321 Green space with sport courts, picnic spots & a playground, plus ice skating in the winter. Hyrum Gibbons Mount Logan Park Local park & popular winter sledding spot with 2 playgrounds & an athletic field. Dog-friendly. First Dam Park Narrow grassy park by the water for picnics & walking, plus canoeing, kayaking & paddleboarding.
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Logan Skate Park Open Daily Dawn to Dusk, 17,000 Square Feet, Eight Foot Bowls. Designed for the Beginner, Intermediate, and the Advanced Skater. Facility may be rented. For more information Contact Logan Parks and Recreation Department at (435) 716-9250. Check us out on YouTube: Josh Langford
Elk Ridge Park Large park featuring play structures, ball courts & fields, walking trails & a seasonal splash pad.
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Rendezvous Park, US-91, Logan, UT 84321 Boardwalk and trail with scenic views of Logan Public Golf Course. Large grass fenced field for dogs to play and run around.
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LOCAL > SPORTS
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LOCAL > SPORTS YOUTH VOLLEYBALL Mountain Peak Volleyball www.mtnpeakvolleyball.com 435-237-8468 NUVA - Northern Utah Volleyball Assocation www.nuva.me/nuva/Home 801-698-6030 YOUTH SOCCER Utah Youth Soccer (801) 307-5150 www.utahyouthsoccer.net Northern Utah United (435) 753-8202 www.northernutahunited.com RSL Soccer Center (435) 799-8287 www.rslcachevalley. leagueapps.com
Cache Soccer Club www.cachesoccerclub.com YOUTH BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL, ADULT SOFTBALL, ADULT BASKETBALL Logan Parks and Recreation (435)716-9250 www.loganutah.org Contact: Dan Blakely Logan Community Recreation Center 195 S 100 W Logan, UT 84321 PICKLEBALL, RAQUETBALL, VOLLEYBALL AND TENNIS: Logan Parks and Recreation (435)716-9250 www.loganutah.org Contact: Dan Blakely Logan Community Recreation Center 195 S 100 W Logan, UT 84321
LOCAL TIP Active locals love the Little Red Riding Hood bike event. This one is only for ladies only and is more fun than race. It is held in June but is pre-booked months in advance. - Katie
LOCAL > UP BY THE UNIVERSIT Y
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Come support your local Aggies
UTAH STATE AGGIES MEN BASKETBALL Dee Glen Smith Spectrum - Logan Ut www.tickets-center.com Sat. Dec. 07 - Fresno State Bulldogs@Utah State Sat. Dec. 10 - St. Katherines Firebirds @ Utah State Sat. Dec. 14 - BYU vs Utah State @SLC Vivint Arena Sat. Jan. 04- San Diego State Aztees @Utah State Sat. Jan. 11 - Nevada Wolf Pack @ Utah State Tues. Jan. 21 - Air Force Academy @ Utah State Sat. Jan. 25 - Colorado State Rams @ Utah State Wed. Feb. 05 - UNLV Runnin Rebels @ Utah State Sat. Feb. 08 - Boise State Broncos @ Utah State
LOCAL > UP BY THE UNIVERSIT Y Aggie Creamery 750 North 1200 East Ice Cream Shop. Some of the best Ice Cream in town.
Bull’s Head Grill 1111 North 800 East Open until 9pm Sandwiches, burgers, traditional American food.
Morty’s Cafe 780 East 700 North Open until 10pm Lively, modern burger joint. Artful variety of hamburger creations. Fredrico’s Pizza 1349 East 700 North Classic Italian Pizzeria Tandoori Oven 720 East 1000 North Open until 9:30pm Refined Indian cuisine in a simple and fun setting. Traditional Indian food with a modern twist, plus homemade lassi, beer & wine. The Junction 1029-1043 Aggie Blvd. Open until 10pm Late night food, all you can eat, comfort food.
LOCAL > HISTORY
Fun for all who love to dance at the Elite Hall in Hyrum. They offer live music and free dance instruction as well. - Grace
the history of the
Written By Brynne Adamson Photography by Chris Nascimento
LOCAL > HISTORY
Original Taberancle construction and design
The Logan Tabernacle, the majestic centerpiece of downtown Logan, has stood at the center of town for over 128 years and represents the unity and spirit of the people of Cache Valle The construction of the tabernacle began in 1864 and took about 27 years to complete. The basement of the Logan Tabernacle was completed first. This is where ward and stake meetings were held while the building was still being completed. Soon after the basement’s finalization, the exterior walls were completed in 1877. This is when the tabernacle faced a delay as workers left to work on the Logan Utah Temple. Work resumed when the main assembly hall was finished in 1881. The Logan Tabernacle was dedicated in 1891 by Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints President Wilford Woodruff. In 1908, the Great Organ was installed into the Logan Tabernacle. Excellent care and attention has been given to the Great Organ, contributing to the love and appreciation for the instrument by Cache Valley residents today.
LOCAL > HISTORY
> CONTINUED Now the Logan Tabernacle is used for both religious functions and community events, which are sponsored by Cache Community Connections. If you want a tour of the Logan Tabernacle and would like to learn about your family history, feel free to participate in the many open houses that take place throughout the year.Â
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LOCAL > EXPLORE THE WATER
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BEAR LAKE IS A PROSPERING CENTER OF ADVENTURE AND AMUSEMENT, ESPECIALLY FOR SPORTS ENTHUSIASTS. HEAD TOWARDS THE NORTHERNMOST, RIGHT CORNER OF UTAH BY TRAVELLING ON U.S. ROUTE 89 OR INTERSTATE 80 UNTIL YOU REACH BEAR LAKE BOULEVARD, AND YOU’RE THERE. THE LAKE LOOKS MUCH MORE MAGNIFICENT UP CLOSE AS IT GLISTENS IN THE SUNLIGHT, INVITING MANY TO SEE WHAT IS HAPPENING AROUND IT.
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Bear Lake, often called the “Caribbean of the Rockies” for its gorgeous, turquoise water, is a natural freshwater lake split between Utah and Idaho. Surrounding the lake are many opportunities for family-friendly fun, along with the chance to enjoy the beautiful scenery while getting away from the stress and busyness of life. Everyone can find something enjoyable to do at Bear Lake.
Those who love the outdoors will enjoy the many activities that can be done around Bear Lake. Take a swing at the Bear Lake Golf Course or the Montpelier City Municipal Golf Course. Save gas money by staying for the weekend at the Birch Campground, Big Creek Campground, Cottonwood Campground or South Eden Campground. Visit the under-
ground Minnetonka Cave, which will give you a cool break from the sun’s rays. Other activities that can be done near the lake include boating, fishing, snowmobiling, skiing, scuba diving, hiking, horseback riding, bird watching and riding all-terrain vehicles. All of these activities are great for making new, exciting memories and experiencing nature up close. 2020
LOCAL > EXPLORE THE WATER
Looking for a place you can sink your toes into? Bear Lake offers many public areas for where visitors can have a relaxing time at the beach. On the Idahoan side of the lake, the North Beach State Park, the Hot Springs and the East Beach State Park are available. Pristine beaches like the North Eden State Park, the Eastside State Park, the South Eden State Park, the Rendezvous Beach and the Bear Lake State Park Marina are available on the Utahn half of the lake. If you’re at Bear Lake during the beginning of August, be sure to check out the annual Bear Lake Raspberry Days. During this time of year, people in the area celebrate the harvest of Bear Lake raspberries by having a parade, a rodeo, a craft fair, a pancake breakfast, 2020
a firework show and more. Because the festival is wellknown, people from all over come to enjoy the vibrant scenery of Bear Lake and to make new friends. After all the fun in the sun, it’s nice to wind down and spend personal time with loved ones. You could see a show at the spirited Pickleville Playhouse, or try Bear Lake’s famous raspberry shake at LeBeau’s, Quick-N-Tasty and Hometown Drive In. There are many restaurants to taste test throughout the valley, many of them bear-themed. Shopping is also an option at the many clothing and tourist stores near Bear Lake. Go shopping for a spell and drive home with unique trinkets and T-shirts. Come see for yourself why Bear Lake is considered a wonder by residents of both Utah and Idaho. Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast or someone looking for a place to relax, you will love this slice of paradise and the many fun activities it offers.
My favorite place to eat is at Tandoori Oven. My whole family enjoys the savory food and the delightful staff. -Joy
LOCAL > PERFORMING ARTS
IN THE VALLEY
Ellen Eccles Theatre 43 Main Street, Logan Utah The magnificent Ellen Eccles Theatre was built by the Thatcher family and opened in 1923 as the Capitol Theatre. It is owned by the City of Logan and operated by the Cache Valley Center for the Arts. 2020 Shows: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical - Jan.14-15th Black Violin - January 17 The Illusionists - February 14th Annie - February 28-29, March 2,5-7th Firebird - March 20-21st Air Play - March 23 Details visit: www.cachearts.org
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Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre 59 S 100 W, Logan Ut A 5 week summer festival in Logan, presenting opera, musical theatre, concerts and more at the Ellen Eccles Theatre. 2020 Shows: I DO! I DO! - July 6- August 8th Magic Flute - July 8- August 7th Sweeney Todd - July 9- August 7th Joseph - July 10-August 8th She Loves Me - July 11-August 8th Special Performances & Concerts: The Pianists! - July 14th Sentimental Journey - July 21 & 27th Vocal Competition - July 28th & August 4th Details visit: www.utahfestival.org 30 BeLocal
LOCAL > PERFORMING ARTS
LOCAL TIP Â I Love a night out at the Old Barn Theatre. Itâ€™s a unique atmosphere and a fun time for all.Â Â -Jentry
The Cache Venue 43 Main St, LoganÂ 2020 Shows: The Last Five YearsÂ - Feb. 9-14th Details visit: thecachevenue.com Lyric Repertory Theatre Caine College of the Arts USU World Class entertainment on the stage 2020 Shows: Brighton Beach Memoirs - select dates June-July All Shook Up - select dates June-July Hudson: A Historical Musical - select dates June-July The Thanksgiving PlayÂ -select dates June- July Murder on the Nile -select dates June- July Vosco Call Spotlight Concert -select dates June- July Details visit: www.lyricrep.usu.eduÂ Pickleville Playhouse - 2049 S Bear Lake Blvd, Garden City Pickleville Playhouse is a musical theater in the Â Bear Lake region. LeGrande and Betty Larsen had a vision of creating a family-friendly theatre that would bring generations together. 2020 Shows: TBD Details visit: www.picklevilleplayhouse.comÂ Old Barn Community TheatreÂ - 3605 Bigler Rd, Fielding A live theatre you can bring your whole family to for a taste of Broadway 2020 Shows: TBD Details visit: www.oldbarn.org 2020
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AROUND THE VALLEY
Bounce N Slide - Perfect for any weather, as its 5,500 square foot facility keeps all of its inflatable slides, obstacle courses and bouncy houses indoors. The place is also perfect for parties. Elevation Rock Gym - Has yoga and climbing classes that make for a great workout. If a class doesn’t sound like it’s for you, the fitness and training center is available every day to help you build your desired strength and flexibility. George S. Eccles Ice Center - Being Cache Valley’s only year-round, non-profit ice arena, provides a quality hub of activity to ice skate for fun, watch intense hockey games and participate in innovative skating lessons. Jump Zone - Has multiple trampoline zones anyone can jump around on, even the little ones. Some examples of these zones include the kid zone, the airbag zone, the dodgeball zone and more.
Heber Hatchets - Is sublime for those who are looking to let off some steam or to develop a new skill, that skill being axe throwing. This institution can host parties of any kind, so you will be able to have fun in a safe, friendly environment with anyone.
Leavitt Automotive is fast, trustworthy and an affordable automotive shop in Logan that I would recommend. Leanne
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Little Bear Bottoms - Summer activities - cool down in the heat and experience true, local adventure at the 40-foot redneck water slide. What is a redneck water slide you may ask.. come and see for yourself and bring your swimsuit. Fall activities include corn mazes, outdoor movies for the kiddos, the Spooky Barn Ride, and the Haunted River trails.
Heber Hatchets makes for a great night out with friends! Axe throwing is more fun than you would think. -Melinda
Logan Aquatic Center - Has a variety of fun options to try out, like the Olympic size pool, 50-meter lap pool, leisure pools, 3-meter diving board and two large slides. This is a wonderful place to go on a smoldering summer day.
Cache Valley Fun Park - Features a number of reasonably priced activities for people of all ages, such as axe-throwing, laser tag, bowling and playing on the indoor playground. The park also holds popular events like SK80s disco skating on Tuesday nights and country swing dancing on Wednesday nights.
Locked in Escape Room - Provides hands-on experience to a variety of adventure-filled, superb puzzles, each with their own theme. Logan Lanes - Besides being a great place to go bowling, serves enticing food from Mike’s Grill and has a relaxing area to play billiards. Be sure to check out the place on Friday and Saturday nights, as this is when cosmic bowling happens. Zootah at Willow Park - Strives to grow and diversify its animal collection and educational programs year-round for the people of Cache Valley. The private, non-profit organization aims to change people’s lives for the better.
Cherry Peak Resort - Is not only a beautiful peak for skiing, snow tubing and snowboarding in the winter. It is also an awesome spot for attending concerts, disc golfing, horseback riding, downhill mountain biking, and redneck water sliding in the summer.
LOCAL > DINING
I love the thai curry chicken dish at Mandarin Garden. It is spicy and unique. - Jaymie
AMERICAN RESTAURANTS Angie’s 690 Main St, Logan (435) 752-9252 American comfort food favorites served in generous portions, have lured locals to this down-home diner setting since 1983. Friendly atmosphere and known as “where the locals eat”. Try their “clean the sink” ice cream challenge... good luck! The Beehive Pub & Grill 255 S Main St, Logan (435) 753-2600 Always good eats! Serves delicious steak, barbecue, seafood, burgers, pasta and vegetarian entrees. Serves homemade gelato, microbrews & root beer. Nice atmosphere.
Bluebird Restaurant 19 Main St, Logan (435) 752-3155 When you step into the Bluebird restaurant you feel like you are stepping back into time. Revamped 1920s candy shop now serving lunch & dinner off an old-fashioned American menu. Bull’s Head Grille 1111 N 800 E, Logan (435) 787-2092 Located across the street from the Aggie’s Stadium. Excellent pub style food featuring fresh sandwiches, salads, pasta, burgers and much more. Great atmosphere & family friendly.
Black Bear Diner 86 N UT-165 #100, Providence (435) 753-9195 Down home-style dining serving all-day breakfast & American comfort food & desserts in a woodsy
LOCAL > DINING Crumb Brothers Artisan Bread 291 S 300 W, Logan (435) 753-0875 An artisan bakery with European style breads & pastries, homemade soups, salads & sandwiches. Nice outdoor dining available.
Elements Restaurant 35 E 640 S, Logan (435) 750-5171 Refined, contemporary eatery with a riverside patio offering American dishes with a global flair. Newly remodeled and serving a wide range on the menu from steak, seafood to burgers, salads & much more. Herms Inn 1420 Canyon Rd, Logan (435) 792-4321 Serving American comfort food & all day breakfast menu. Set in the mouth of the Logan Canyon with a historic vibe and nice outdoor seating with
views. Friendly staff. Don’t come for dinner however as they are open for breakfast & lunch only. Juniper Take Out 35 E 400 N, Logan (435) 752-3100 Family-friendly American classics, including burgers, roast turkey & fried chicken, in a counter-serve setting. Center Street Grill 18 E Center St, Logan (435) 227-0321 American diner-style menu with creative burgers, in a family-friendly space with retro interiors.
LOCAL TIP Sabores has international dishes from around the world. It is one of my favorite places to eat in town. -Celeste
CAJUN RESTAURANTS May Moes 2495 N Main St, Logan (435) 512-7407 Real Southern Cajun Grill, serving award-winning food that is both creative and classic southern dishes. One bite and you are hooked! New location with fun atmosphere.
CHINESE- JAPANESE- SUSHI RESTAURANTS Black Pearl China Bistro & Sushi Bar 2095 Main St, Logan (435) 750-0888 Sushi & other Japanese, Tai & Chinese eats are served at this restaurant located within a shopping center. Relaxed indoor dining and friendly staff. 2020
Kabuki Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar 461 Main St, Logan (435) 535-3119 Authentic Japanese steakhouse & sushi bar. Chefs cook the food before their guests in a fun & entertaining atmosphere.
Takara Sushi 55 W 1000 N #1, Logan (435) 752-1677 Creative sushi rolls & seafood dishes in comfortable surroundings with a modern feel. Friendly and helpful staff.
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INDIAN RESTAURANTS Indian Oven 130 Main St., Logan (435) 787-1757 Flavor and spice abound, serving authentic Indian cuisine. Served in a relaxed & welcoming setting with friendly staff. Tandoori Oven 720 E 1000 N, Logan (435) 750-6836 Experience the rich exotic flavors of India, with a newly remodeled building. A locals favorite & know for their friendly staff. Reservations are taken as well as walk-ins.
INTERNATIONAL RESTAURANT HEALTH BAR Ah-Sigh-ee 13 W. Center Street (435) 535-3050 All fresh and 100% natural blended fruit bowls & smoothies.
Sobres 255 Main St #300, Logan (435)750-5555 Host of international cuisine to choose from Thai to Latin American food. Served fresh with generous portions, be ready to have your culinary senses thrilled.
ITALIAN RESTAURANTS Firehouse Pizzeria Two locations- 682 S Main St, Logan (435) 753-1773 & 33 E 66 S, Smithfield (435) 563-3322 A full Italian menu including wood-fired pizzas & baked sandwiches in a lively pub setting. Local family favorite with friendly staff and nice atmosphere. Jack’s Wood Fired Oven 256 Main St, Logan (435) 754-7523 Known for its European-style handcrafted gourmet thin-crust pizza, pasta & desserts. Lively venue offering music some nights. Le Nonne 12 N 100 E, Logan (435) 752-9577 Authentic Northern Italian cuisine served in a classy, home-style setting with patio seating & live jazz music. Fine dining, perfect for a great date night.
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Olive Garden 1220 Main St, Logan (435) 752-6120 Italian cuisine served from a lively, family-friendly chan serving dishes such as pastas, pizza & salads, with a full bar. Friendly local staff and nice atmosphere. Pier 49 Pizza 585 W 100 N, Providence (435) 713-4949 San Francisco themed chain serving pizzas made with a sourdough crust plus pastas & sandwiches. 2020
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MEDITERRANEAN RESTAURANTS Greek Streak 2 505 E 1400 N, #170, Logan (435) 213-9419 Homemade authentic Greek food! Full of flavor, with fresh and delicious entrees like gyros, chicken kabobs, and fresh greek salads. Come hungry and leave satisfied! Outdoor patio dining and friendly service. Romo’s Mediterranean Grill 661 N Main St, Logan (435) 799-3121 Fresh and delicious Greek food served in a casual atmosphere. Plenty of healthy options here for the whole family.
A favorite place for our family to dine is the Huhot Mongolian Grill. They offer a range of gluten free options. -Rob
MEXICAN RESTAURANTS Cafe Sabor 600 W Center St, Logan (435 )752-8088 Locally owned Mexican bistro set in a historic train station. Featuring traditional Mexican cuisine made with fresh ingredients. Family friendly atmosphere. El Toro Viejo 1111 Main St, Logan (435) 753-4084 Fresh Mexican cantina providing traditional specialities, with vegetarian options. Set in an authentic Mexican atmosphere. Family friendly. El Sol 871 Main St, Logan (435) 752-5743 Featuring a fiesta of flavors, serving traditional Mexican & Tex Mex dishes. Family friendly environment located conveniently on Main St.
LOCAL TIP Favorite Pizza place is Jack’s Woodfire Pizza where you create your own custom
Javier’s 2281 N Main St, North Logan (435) 213-3358 Serving Logan for over 27 years, family-owned restaurant serving traditional Mexican food in North Logan. Family friendly environment.
pizza. Fun casual atmosphere right off Main Street. -JodyAnn
HuHot Mongolian Grill 660 Main St, Logan (435) 213-3586 Offers all you can eat, customizable stir-fry dishes that are cooked in front of you. Offers a full bar in a nice modern setting. Family friendly. They are sensitive to food allergies.
Thai House Restaurant 51 W 200 S, Logan (435) 752-9169 Authentic Thai food served in a home-style setting. The yellow curry dish and Pad Thai dishes are among the favorites with the locals.
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TRAILS Discover Logan Canyon’s beautiful trails
LOCAL TIP I enjoy hiking trails up Logan Canyon. One of my favorites is the Crimson trail that offers a beautiful view at the top. -Cayden
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I love the off-road adventures up Providence Canyon. Great for dirt bikes and razors. -Braden
LOGAN RIVER TRAIL Difficulty: Easy- Length: 3.7 miles one way Elevation Start/End: 4,900/5,400 feet Features: The rushing Logan River attracts many types of wildlife, like beavers, moose and birds, especially where it joins the Little Bear River. Trail Information: Paralleling the Logan River, the trail is great for a pleasant, relaxing stroll as it goes south above Bridger Campground and ends at Spring Hollow. RIVERSIDE NATURE TRAIL Difficulty: Easy- Length: 1.3 miles one way Elevation Start/End: 4,900/5,400 feet Features: The Third Dam is currently under renovation, for the first time since 1920. When the construction is finished, visitors will be able to experience the stillness of the area once more. Trail Information: A mixture of narrow and wide sections, the trail has helpful signs and benches, along with a way to loop back to the Crimson Trail. WIND CAVE Difficulty: Moderate- Length: 2 miles one way Elevation Start/End: 5,100/6,000 feet Features: The natural, triple arch cave provides a fantastic view of the north side of the Logan Canyon. Trail Information: This established trail is steep and short, making it great for hikers of any skill level. CRIMSON TRAIL Difficulty: Moderate- Length: 3 miles one way Elevation Start/End: 5,200/6,000 feet Features: A large, steep wall with some of the hardest climbing in Utah, the China Wall looks similar to the Great Wall of China and provides a view that is worth the effort in climbing it. Trail Information: The moderate trail looks down the Guinavah Campground and makes for some cautious descending, as there are steep slopes and sheer cliffs near the Great Wall.
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Right hand fork trail RIGHT HAND FORK TRAILS Difficulty: Moderate- Length: 2 miles point to point Elevation Start/End: 5,600/7,200 feet Features: The highlight of this trail is the grave of a giant grizzly bear, called Old Ephraim, that roamed the area in the early 20th Century. Trail Information: Offering a variety of interconnecting trails and roads, this scenic trail ascends alongside the Right Hand Fork of the Logan River. Many ATV, mountain bike and horseback riders use this trail.
NAOMI PEAK Difficulty: Moderate- Length: 3.3 miles one way Elevation Start/End: 8,000/9,979 feet Features: Naomi Peak is the highest point in the Bear River Range at around 10,000 feet, providing a breathtaking view of all Cache County. Trail Information: The trail is well-defined and rocky, and it gives many a feeling of remote backcountry. Also, the trail is part of the Mt. Naomi Peak National Hiking Trail.
OLD JARDINE JUNIPER Difficulty: Moderate- Length: 5.8 miles one way Elevation Start/End: 5,400/7,200 feet Features: The ancient, alive juniper on the Logan Canyon fork of the trail is the oldest known Rocky Mountain juniper at 1,500 years of age. Trail Information: This longer, easier trail overlooks the meadows, aspen groves and wildflowers of Cottonwood Canyon and Logan Canyon.
HIGH CREEK Difficulty: Strenuous- Length: 7 miles from Naomi Peak, 10 miles from Tony Grove Lake Elevation Start/End: 9,979/5,200 feet Features: High Creek Lake is a glacier lake surrounded by towering cliffs, along with amazing wildflowers and beautiful forestry. Trail Information: Although this wilderness hike is difficult, it has wonderful sights like waterfalls, meadows and rugged peaks. The trail continues towards Richmond City or High Creek Canyon.
WHITE PINE LAKE Difficulty: Moderate- Length: 4.5 miles one way Elevation Start/End: 8,000/8,400 feet Features: The intense blue color of White Pine Lake attracts many visitors, from paddleboarders to campers. The lake is surrounded by meadows, streams, valleys and other mountainous features. Trail Information: Easy to follow, the pleasant trail is great for a day hike or an overnight trip year-round. 42 BeLocal
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LOCAL TIP I love to jog along the scenic paved Logan River Trail near Logan's public golf course. -Natalie
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Green Canyon to Tony Grove Difficulty: Strenuous- Length: 12 miles to Tony Grove Trailhead Elevation Start/End: 6,100/8,100 feet Features: Mt. Elmer is one of the tallest and most prominent peaks in the southern portion of the Bear River Range. Additionally, it has great views. Trail Information: Some of the most rugged areas of the Bear River Range can be seen on this trail as it circles Mt. Elmer and ends at Cold Water Spring. Numerous sheep trails intersect it, too. TEMPLE FORK SAWMILL TRAIL Difficulty: Moderate- Length: 5.8 miles Elevation Start/End: 5,960/6,600 feet Features: Remnants of a burned down sawmill, which was built in 1883, can be seen at the end of the trail. Pioneer cabins can also be seen here.Â Trail Information: Along Temple Fork Creek, this easy trail is good for all skill levels and offers a variety of activity options.
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ST YLE&FLAIR shopping around town LOCAL TIP
Local boutique favorite is Roolee’s they have cute women’s and children’s clothing. You will love their style. -Kelsey
LOGAN’S BOUTIQUES AND HOME DECOR Roolee - 165 W 1600 N #110, Logan - is a hip, upbeat store that started with women’s apparel and accessories. Now the boutique has home décor, baby apparel, accessories, and gifts. If you are looking for casual women’s fashion with a vintage twist, check out this family-oriented business, which is next to Big Lots. Kaboom Boutique & Decor - 795 Main St, Logan, owned by a mother and daughter, has classic clothing and home décor for women of all ages. With affordable prices and a desire for women to feel confident, this boutique encourages grandmothers, mothers, and daughters to come in together to find the perfect outfit. The store is across from Smith’s Food and Drug.
The Red Fox - 72 W Center St, Logan - is full of highclass style, grace, and elegance. This store provides luxury, intimate products for women, such as loungewear, jewelry, bags, body lotion, and gift sets. ADORNit Shoppe - 1309 Main St, Logan & 3419 North US-91, Hyde Park - features trendy clothing, fresh home decor, unique craft projects, affordable handbags, and jewelry. You can “adorn” anything with this traveling shop. Moxie - 41 Main St, Logan - has fabulous prices for shirts, tops, tunics, coats, boots, belts, and more. Lazy One - 2885 N 200 W, North Logan - designs fresh, funny sleepwear and bedtime products for the whole family. Down the street from Rapid Financial Solutions, this store encourages the creation of family memories that will help you last a lifetime.
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RubyClaire Boutique - 765 W 1940 S #103, Logan - is across the street from Renegade Sports of Logan. The focus of this store is helping you look your best, while feeling comfortable and getting the styles you want. With new arrivals coming almost daily, shopping is made fun, easy, and enjoyable through this boutique. Leven’s - 69 Main St, Logan - is the perfect place to get that nice dress or suit you need for an upcoming wedding. You can also find yourself a nice blouse, skirt, or sweater to wear on any occasion. Nani Swimwear - 150 W 700 S #E1, Smithfield - has a mission to transcend, innovate, and create high-quality swimwear that supports, flatters, and keeps up with active women. Next to Innovative Countertops, this store embraces the confidence and strength of adventurous women. Walk in expecting trendy swimwear made for movement, and walk out a satisfied customer.
Poco Loco Swim Shop - 1451 N 200 E Suite 180, Logan, a mother-daughter business, offers swimwear and swimsuits for lifeguards, swim teams, and your whole family. Nearby the North Logan Walmart, the store continues to service swim teams throughout the United States on all levels of competition. This is where to find that comfortable suit to wear to a swim meet. Cache Valley Mall - 1300 Main St, Logan Hope Avenue has clothes and jewelry for creative, down-to-earth women who have a courageous, adventurous, and feminine spirit. There are endless options within the boutique, so be sure to take a look at the collection. Downeast - A family-owned company, offers classic and stylish clothing, furniture, and accessories. This store is committed to fitting your individual taste and flavor for life, while meeting any budget. You can feel comfortable and confident knowing that you are covered with a large array of options for your wardrobe for those special occasions and everyday life.
If you’re looking for a fun atmosphere & great food then head to Bull’s Head Grille. They are located across from Utah State’s football stadium. - Reyna
Bohme - Values creativity above all other business skills and breaks all the rules along the way. Named one of the Top 10 Women-Run Businesses in the U.S. by Inc. Magazine, this store has dresses, accessories, swimwear, shoes, and more.
HOME DECOR STORES: Curate Company - 26 Main St, Logan - has a curated collection of the most unique and compelling furniture pieces. Across the street from the Logan Tabernacle, this shop carries sofas, chairs, desks, beds, lamps, accessories, and one-of-a-kind, hand-crafted pieces. Mountain Ridge Furniture - 1670 S, UT-165, Providence - stays up to date with all the latest trends and styles at its location near Big O Tires. Classic bedroom, dining room, and living room furniture is sold here without compromising quality or affordability. Fisher Home Furnishings - 2175 Main St, North Logan - has high quality and low-priced furniture, mattresses, and accessories. This store will help you achieve your personal and professional furniture needs through their vast collection of furniture pieces.
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Palmer Home Furnishings - 1023 W 800 N #101, Logan - constantly looks for new styles and trends to pass on to the public. If top quality products at wholesale prices are what you are looking for, check out their location across the street from Thunder Mountain Truck Outfitters. Eighth and Main - 1224 Main St, Logan - offers fashionable furniture, home decor, and clothing at discounted prices. Come shop with us for the latest styles at the best prices in town. Ashley HomeStore - 2650 Main St, North Logan - designs and crafts timeless styles of furniture, mattresses, home decor, and bedding that are comfortable and livable. Many products from this shop start with a sketch inspired by the design team’s travels around the world. These products are also quality tested, so they arrive in your home ready to enjoy. You can find this store between Creative StoneWorks and U-Haul Neighborhood Dealer. Somebody’s Attic - 39 W 100 N, Logan & 3 Main St, Smithfield- is more than a thrift store. It is a non-profit organization that generates funds to help local establishments fund abuse-prevention programs. The donations accepted and sold in both locations include clothing, books, electronics, kitchenware, and collectibles. U & I Furniture - 28 W 100 N, Logan - has chairs, mattresses, recliners, sofa-sectionals, and more that are especial and high quality at its place across from Somebody’s Attic.
Cache Valley Antiques - 81 Main St, Logan - presents quality American antiques with artistic integrity and unique colors, designs, and composition. The store specializes in Native American, early American, Latin American, Western, American folk, and exceptional Americana art from all eras. Visit its collection of jewelry, beadwork, furniture, painting, pottery, textiles, carving, clothing, glassware, and lighting. Country Village Antique Mall - 760 W 200 N, Logan - offers an ever-changing inventory of vintage furniture, glassware, art, and tools.
Herm’s Inn, quaint restaurant at the mouth of Logan Canyon. Nice
Smithfield Shoppes Uptown - 119 Main St, Smithfield - is vendor-mall style store with a little bit of something for everyone. It has vintage antiques, collectibles, art, jewelry, and more.
atmosphere and good food. Come early as they only serve Breakfast and Lunch. -Chris
Hidden Treasures - 692 N 600 W, Logan - is a store filled with unique and fun antiques. The many items at this shop make it a great place to find gifts. 2020
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