UTAH CULTURAL CELEBRATION CENTER NEWSLETTER (NOV. 9)

Join us for fantastic events and celebrations this Winter!

WorldStage Winter Concert Series!

Take a break from the stresses of the holidays with our WorldStage Winter Concerts and Market! Coupled with our Trees of Diversity Walk and Bob Hope exhibit, the UCCC is an inviting escape. Market opens at 5pm, concerts begin at 7:30pm. FREE ADMISSION!

2017 Lineup:

Dec. 4 Beehive Statesmen Barbershop Choir

The Beehive Statesmen present beloved memories of Christmas with barbershop harmony. The concert will highlight the chorus & quartet renditions of beautiful music that is traditional to Christmastime.

Dec. 11 West Valley Symphony

Enjoy a Christmas sing-a-long with the West Valley Symphony, who will be performing holiday classics, old and new.

Dec. 18 Bonnie Harris & the Valley Jazz

Award-winning local singer Bonnie Harris will sing Christmas classics accompanied by classic big band, the Valley Jazz. The annual concert is a staple in the community, now celebrating its 21st year.

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Winter Market! On concert nights, the UCCC will also host a series of Winter Markets. Come in from the cold and experience the holiday spirit by finding the perfect gift for your loved-ones at one of the many artist, crafts, and speciality items booths. Market opens at 5pm and ends at 9pm.

 
 

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Bob Hope: An American Tradition
Presented by the World Golf Hall of Fame and Museum, this exhibit tells the story of the Guiness World Records book "most honored" entertainer through a series of 15 themed exhibit display units that celebrate his comedic contributions, achievements to entertainment, relationships with a number of US Presidents, and his other passion--golf. Join us for the opening reception on December 7th from 6-8pm. Admission is free!
Trees of Diversity Walk
For over a decade, the Trees of Diversity exhibit has brought communities together in the celebration of various holiday traditions. The trees represent both different countries and religious backgrounds, but also family & community traditions. This year, the trees have been placed throughout the building, offering a chance to take in the sight of our newly expanded lower level that is also featuring a winter art exhibit. The walk is open during winter concerts/markets and UCCC business hours.
The Utah Cultural Celebration Center relies on contributions from supporters and community members. Your generous support helps us to continue to better serve the West Valley community through the arts. Please consider making a donation by clicking the link below.
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UTAH CULTURAL CELEBRATION CENTER
1355 West 3100 South
West Valley City, UT 84119
801 965 5100 (phone) | 801 965 5111 (fax)

www.culturalcelebration.org/

 

 

 

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