Airboarding is a high-tech twist on traditional winter sledding. Riding an Airboard is similar to riding a bodyboard in the ocean. The Airboard is inflatable and has grooves on the underside that allow riders to make sharp turns and stop quickly in the snow. Unlike snowboarding, airboarding doesn’t require a lot of equipment and it’s very easy to learn. Only weighing 6 pounds, the Airboard is easy to carry. Riders have been known to reach speeds of more than 80 mph.
521 1/2 N Main Street
Logan, UT 84321
The Tueller School of Dance began in Logan in 1963 by Valene Tueller. Valene is the daugher of Louise Lauriski who also taught dancing in Cache valley for many years. Valene grew up dancing all her life and teaching was second nature to her. When she and her husband and their children moved back to Logan in 1963 she began the Tueller School of Dance. She taught ballet, tap and jazz in the basement of her home.The dancing school thrived and grew, enjoying much success.
In 1976 Rod and Valene purchased the existing building at 521 North Main and the studio as we know it today was born. Valene has 5 daughters that grew up dancing and teaching. Today the studio is run by her oldest daughter Tina Comadena, assisted by another daughter, Joni Nelson, and by Tina’s only daughter Nikila Comadena Lopez. The Tueller School of Dance has enjoyed much success and trained many wonderful and successful dancers. They have an outstanding reputation thoughout the valley, state as well as nationally. They teach ballet, lyrical, jazz, hip-hop and tap.
Classes are $5 or $3 with the purchase of a 10, 20 or 30 punch pass.
Classes are Monday and Wednesday nights from 8:30-9:30 p.m.
For your convenience UtahAgenda has compiled this list of Holiday Christmas Light Exhibits in our festive state of Utah. Some require admission cost but most are free to the pubic. So gather the family, the blankets, hot chocolate, Christmas music and continue this wonderful holiday tradition.
Our list is a work in progress so check back often and find what we’ve discovered!