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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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Portland Cello Project Videos

Heather Woods and The Portland Cello Project: “Finding Comforts” from Douglas Jenkins on Vimeo.

Justin Power and Portland Cello Project: Seeds May Fall from Portland Cello Documentary Proje on Vimeo.

Portland Cello Project – ‘Denmark’ from Two Penguins Productions on Vimeo.

Justin Power and Portland Cello Project from Portland Cello Documentary Proje on Vimeo.

Sleigh Bells ‘n Whistles

Train Ride, Sleigh Ride and a Cowboy, Poet, Heber Utah, Heber Creeper, Provo Canyon, Winter Activities

Experience Heber Valley’s winter wonderland as you travel over the river and through the fields…first by train, then by sleigh! Along the way, you’ll stop for a journey by horse drawn sleighs or wagons (dependent on snow conditions) through the beautiful country setting, to a ranch shelter. There, you’ll delight to tales told by an authentic cowboy poet and enjoy sweet treats and hot beverages around the old-time pot-bellied stove. Then, climb aboard again and return to the Heber Depot.

Winter Sleigh Ride to visit a Cowboy Poet, Heber Utah Provo Canyon, Park CityThe train departs from the Heber Valley Railroad Depot and travels toward Midway for a beautiful view of the Deer Creek Reservoir and Heber Valley. Along the route, you’ll stop for an old-fashioned group sleigh ride through snow-covered fields, then return to the Heber Valley Railroad Depot in the warmth of the train. Fare includes approximately 30-minute, round-trip train ride, group sleigh/wagon ride, refreshments and entertainment.

Dates: Snow Conditions Permitting

January 2 & January 16, 2010
February 6 & February 20, 2010
March 6 & March 20, 2010

Schedule: 3:00 pm Depart Heber Depot / 4:30 pm Return
Fares: $38 Adult/Senior, $28 Child (3-12)

Dress warmly for the sleigh ride and make sure to bring your camera…you just might see deer and elk along the way!
Perfect for all ages, families, friends and groups (can comfortably accommodate up to 60 passengers, larger groups also welcome).
Advance reservations are required 24-hours in advance. No outside food or beverage is allowed.

Culture Be Mine Date Night

On the night of Friday, January 21, the Museum of Peoples and Cultures, BYU, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, Date Night, Utah Valley (MPC) will host the classic date night: “Culture-Me-Mine.” This event will take place at 7:00 p.m. “‘Culture-Me-Mine’ is a great date activity because it’s out of the ordinary,” said Anna McKean, promotions manager at the MPC. “There aren’t many places that do a date night quite like this one.”
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A tour of the Museum’s current exhibitions, “New Lives: Building Community at Fourmile Ruin” and “Beneath Your Feet: Discovering Utah Valley Archaeology,” will start off the night, followed by a game of “Couple Feud,” a scavenger hunt, and refreshments. The night will end with a clay activity where couples can put their newfound knowledge of Anasazi pottery and Fremont figurines to use.

Tickets for “Culture-Me-Mine” are $10 a couple and will be available for purchase at the WSC information desk beginning Tuesday, January 18th.

For more information, visit mpc.byu.edu, or contact the museum at 801.422.0020 or [email protected]. The MPC is located on 100 E. 700 N. and is open MWF 9-5 and TTh 9-7.

Cooking Japanese Steakhouse Style

Viking Cooking Classes, Japanese Steakhouse Style Cooking, Sugar House, Utah, Salt Lake CityOnce you know the “secret” ingredients and understand the cooking methods used by Japanese steakhouses, you’ll be able to re-create the atmosphere of a high-energy Japanese steakhouse right in your own home. Along with dazzling side dishes, we’ll provide the recipes for succulent steak and shrimp that are so good, your guests won’t even mind if you don’t slice, dice and flip them onto their plates.

SKILLS and TECHNIQUES Working with authentic Japanese ingredients; cooking traditional teppanyaki (hibachi-style) dishes in your own home; peeling, deveining and cooking shrimp; making salad dressing; flambéing; searing and testing meat for doneness; making sauces; stir-frying/wok-cooking.

  • Steakhouse Salad with Creamy Ginger Dressing
  • Teppanyaki Shrimp Flambé with Yoshi’s Special Sauce
  • Hibachi Steak with Fresh Vegetables and Mustard Sauce
  • Japanese Fried Rice
  • Sample Recipes: Edamame; Tangerine Sorbet