Meet|Up: St. George
Apr 23, 2021 | 4:00-5:00 pm | 375 E Red Hills Parkway, St. George, UT 84770
RSVP required. Free to attend.
Join UCA and others from the cultural industry for a stroll around the Red Hills Desert Garden. Diana Call and Tanner Lee Brunson from the St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site will be on hand to tell us about their partnership to preserve and interpret the fossils found in the garden.
This event is open to anyone and free to attend. If you are not yet a UCA Member come and learn more about member benefits.
To ensure the safety of staff and attendees face coverings will be required for all participants.
Afterward, we encourage you to attend the DSU Art Department Showcase Artist Reception at the Sears Art Museum from 6:00-8:30 pm.
Red Hills Desert Garden is Utah’s first desert conservation garden. The nearly 5-acre garden features 5,000 water-efficient plants, a 1,150-foot stream stocked with native and endangered fish species, a replica slot canyon and prehistoric dinosaur tracks found onsite dating back 200 million years. The project is a collaboration of Washington County Water Conservancy District, City of St. George and Virgin River Program.
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