Tag Archives: Romantic

Carriage Rides

Carriage Rides, Homestead Resort, Heber, Utah, Park City, Utah, Dating Ideas, Wasatch Mountains, County, HOrsesHorse Drawn Carriage rides are available 5:00 – 8:00 Friday and Saturday. $10.00 per person. 4 and under Free.

Rides can be reserved through Rocky Mountain Outfitters 435-654-1655. Reservations are not needed. The Carriage is available at the Homestead Activity Center.

Carriage Ride & Dinner package, $39.00 per person which includes a three course dinner in Fannys Grill.

Argentine Tango Dance Classes

Beginners class from 7pm to 8pm Free practica for everyone from 8pm to 9pm Advanced beginners and Intermediate class from 9pm to 10pm $ 15 drop in $ 10 per week for 4 weeks $ 9 per week for 3 months $ 8 per week for 6 months Private class during practica upon request. Guadalupe will be the DJ during practica, every other week

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Romeo & Juliet

Romeo and Juliet, BYU, Brigham Young University, TheatreThere “never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.” In one of the Bard’s most-beloved plays, these “star-crossed lovers” are from two of Verona’s most powerful families. But the conflict between the houses of Montague and Capulet overwhelms the young couple’s attempted union and happiness, causing an entire city to contemplate the true cost of greed, power, and social standing.

BYU Arts Website – Tickets & Venue Information

Sleigh and Dine

Romantic Winter Sleigh Rides, Scenic, Heber Valley Utah, Holidays, Christmas Dining

Come and enjoy a sleigh ride and afterwards warm up inside with a tasty meal at the Homestead Resort. After the sleigh ride dinner will be served in Fanny’s Grill at the Homestead. This is a great family reunion or corporate get together. It is also a perfect romantic evening for two for Valentine’s Day or whenever you want to show your sweetie your affection. Don’t miss out!!

Enjoy a unique, historic, and memorable experience on a horse-drawn buggy or sleigh ride around the Homestead Resort, one of Utah’s oldest running resorts. Homestead sits nestled in the beautiful Heber Valley outside the small town of Midway, located about 20 minutes from Park City. Our beautiful teams of clydesdales,belgians, and spotted draft horses will pull you through a nice scenic view of Heber Valley and you can enjoy breathtaking views of the Wasatch Mountains.

All rides are PRIVATE, this means only your party will be on a sleigh.
Children 3 years old and under may ride at no cost.
Warm wool blankets are provided in cold weather.

Couples………………………138.00 (for two people)
Adults (3 or more)…………59.00
Children (4-11)…………….39.00

Please call for reservations (435) 654-1655

Valentine Dinner Dance at Thanksgiving Point

Valentine Dinner Dance at Thanksgiving Point, Lehi, Utah, the Joe Muscolino Band, Live Music, Romantic, Utah County, Utah ValleyTreat your sweetheart to an evening of dancing, delicious food, and wonderful music at the Thanksgiving Point’s Valentine Dinner Dance. Get your tickets early for a romantic night that always sells out.

Annually in February

Thanksgiving Point
3003 Thanksgiving Way Lehi, UT 84043
(801) 768-2300

SPRING AWAKENING

Told through “the most gorgeous Broadway score this decade” (Entertainment Weekly), “Spring Awakening” explores the journey from adolescence to adulthood with poignancy and passion you will never forget. Spring Awakening "The Musical" Kingsbury Hall, Salt Lake City, Utah, Romantic, Romance, Theatre, Play, ValentinesThe landmark musical “Spring Awakening” is an electrifying fusion of morality, sexuality and rock & roll that is exhilarating audiences across the nation like no other musical in years. Join this group of late 19th century German students on their passage, as they navigate teenage self-discovery and coming of age anxiety in a powerful celebration of youth and rebellion in the daring, remarkable “Spring Awakening.” “Broadway may never be the same again!” (NY Times).

“Spring Awakening” contains strong language, partial nudity and adult situations – parental discretion is advised.

The Scarlet Pimpernel

You begged for it…it’s back! …Hale Centre Theatre has received widespread critical acclaim for its breathtaking staging of Baroness Orczy’s captivating tale of intrigue, deception and romance. Knighton and Wildhorn’s marvelous script and music thrill as dazzling sets, costumes, and first-rate regional actors grace HCT’s world-class center stage. This will sell out. Book early!

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BYU Theatre Ballet presents Cinderella

BYU Theatre Ballet will celebrate its 40th year by bringing the popular romance to life with original choreography by artistic director Shani Robison and live accompaniment of Sergei Prokofiev’s magnificent score by the BYU Philharmonic conducted by Kory Katseanes.

BYU Theatre Ballet presents Cinderella, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, Utah County, Dance Performance, Valentines, Romantic“The BYU Philharmonic will perform with BYU Theatre Ballet in a full-length ballet for the first time since the 1980s,” said BYU ballet faculty member Lynne Thompson. “That, coupled with beautiful dancing will add to the overall appeal of this classic tale that whisks audiences far away to the land of ‘happily-ever-afters.’ It’s a perfect fit for celebrating Valentine’s Day.”

An exciting addition to “Cinderella” that area royalty won’t want to miss will be the children’s “Prince and Princess Party” that will begin an hour before each performance in the de Jong Concert Hall lobby.

“Children can dress up in their prince and princess costumes to meet Cinderella, Prince Charming, the Fairy Godmother and all of her fairies,” said Thompson. “Parents are welcome to bring cameras to take pictures with the dancers.”

So that all of those princes and princesses can experience the story of Cinderella in a live artistic production, children’s tickets for the performances are half-price. “Exquisite dancing and a delicate portrayal of Cinderella coupled with a strong, convincing Prince promises the success of the production,” said Thompson.

Cinderella and her Prince are portrayed by Megan Conway and Tomas Farnsworth Thursday and Saturday nights, and Jenny Benham and Taylor Stranger Friday evening and at the Saturday matinee. Paige Hollingsworth, Hillary Fullmer, Natalie Sandberg and Kayla Hoover play the comical stepsisters.

The production is a collaborative effort by the College of Fine Arts and Communications funded by the Laycock Center for Collaboration in the Arts Grant and the Mary Lou Fulton Chair Award. Rodger Sorensen, chair of the Theatre and Media Arts Department, has coached the dancers in their character roles, and Kristi Harmon, a Visual Arts Department student, has created the illustrative designs for the production. Set design is by Erin Dinnell with costumes by Marsha Russell.