Events by Day

Multi-Day Events

Logan, Utah
Art, Children's
We are your community arts center. We change lives by giving individuals opportunities to enjoy and experience the arts. Our mission is to promote the arts by providing education in the arts, organizing artistic events, and supporting local artists.
Logan, Utah
History
Exhibition hall and Library (located in Cache Commerce Building and Courts Building), also Cache Tourist Bureau Offices; tours by reservation; Christmas Open House; Opening Tea honoring pioneer mothers; 24th July Queen; quilt raffle, demonstrations of pio
Hyrum, Utah
Art, History
Black light displays for mineral specimens; exhibits range from dinosaur bones and Egyptian artifacts to 19th century tools of the trade and the settling of Hyrum; elementary school tours; other tours by reservation.
Logan, Utah
Nature Centers
Over 213,000 plant specimens, about half of which are from the Intermountain Region; microscopes, references, and dissecting tools; photographic slide collection; reference library; short tours of the herbarium on request; loan of both photographic slides
Logan, Utah
Art
The Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art is the major center for the exhibition of the visual arts in northern Utah. Emphasizing the breadth of artistic expression and the history of art in the western United States, the Museum’s permanent collections include Twentieth and Twenty-first Century American sculpture, ceramics, paintings, graphic arts, photographs, and American Indian arts.
Logan, Utah
Specialized, University
Logan, Utah
Children's, Natural History, Nature Centers, Park, Science, Specialized, Zoo
Willow Park Zoo is home to over 100 species of birds, 12 species of mammals, and various fish and turtles. You may encounter a bald eagle on an open perch, the yap of a coyote in the afternoon, or the bugle of a bull elk on a crisp fall morning. Large rainbow trout may be seen rising to greet their breakfast or you may choose to just relax and enjoy the grass, trees, and nature.