Book of Revelation
Tremonton Utah West Stake will hold an adult religion class, titled “Applying the Book of Revelation,” held weekly through Nov. 7. Instructor is Dallen Craven. The course is free and all are invited to attend. Be advised that the class will be held in the chapel so appropriate dress is requested.
Bear River Valley Museum is looking for volunteers to greet guests and conduct tours. If interested, call Karen Stokes, 854-7406, or 279-6079.
Hours at the museum have changed to M-F, 2-5 p.m. The Ora Thompson wedding display will be available for view through Oct. 9.
Bear River Valley Bible Study and Fellowship, sponsored by the Southern Baptist Convention, meets Sunday mornings from 10:30 a.m. to noon, at the Bear River Valley Senior Center, 510 W. 1000 N., Tremonton. Those interested are invited to worship and study “Biblical Values and Principles.” For more information, call 257-5992 or 723-7987.
Classes on Family Tree will begin at the Family History Center the first week in October. The first class is Tuesday, Oct. 8, at 10 a.m. Another will begin Friday morning, Oct. 11, also at 10 a.m. There will also be an evening class that Friday at 6 p.m.
These classes run for six weeks and last approximately one and a half hours. To reserve a spot in one of the classes call 257-7015.
Job Search help is offered from 5-7 p.m., Wednesdays. Stories with Torie, 4-5 p.m., are Thursday.
Oct. 5, is Star Wars Day for all ages. There will be light saber finger wars, a Yoda origami contest and treats and prizes. Costumes are suggested.
Teen Read Week is Oct 14-18. Oct. 15, will be Gamers Club; Oct 16, is Alien Craft Day; Oct. 17 is Ping Pong Club and Oct. 18 is Movie Night (World War Z). All activities begin at 6 p.m.
The Mango Language program is available. If you don’t reside in Garland, cost is $10 per family per year.
Bar J Wrangler Benefit is Nov. 9-10, at Bear River High School. Tickets prices vary, with a $20 deal for both shows. Tickets are available at garlandlibrary.org. Proceeds will help the library.
Is coming to an end! September is the Tremonton Library’s annual Food for Fines month. Bring canned foods into the library to be donated to the food pantry and a dollar’s worth of fines per can of food received will be removed. Please, make sure no cans are dented or expired.
Several authors are coming to the library throughout the next two months: Oct. 8, Carole T. Warburton and Oct. 15, Jessica Day George and Melissa Cunningham. These authors will be signing books and answering questions.
October is National Cookie Month. Please bring your favorite cookie recipe into the library for our annual exchange.
Senior computer classes are in session on Tuesdays at the Senior Center from 9-10 a.m. And adult computer class, “Getting the Most out of your E-mail,” will be at the Centr from 6-8 p.m., on Oct. 9. Sign up at the library.
Oct. 12, is the annual International Observe the Moon night. There will be telescopes available, as well as family friendly activities. Come to the park for this fun night.
The 4th annual Rough Riders 4-H Fundraiser Play Day is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 5, at 3 p.m., at the Honeyville arena (exit 372 on 6900 W., east of Hwy. 38). There will be barrels, poles, keyhole, quadrangle and Ride-a-Buck. Cost is $5 per event. There will be prize drawings and a Tack Swap (10 percent proceeds to the club).
Ages groups are 8 and under, 9-11, 12-15 and Open. For more information, contact Hindi Wilkinson, 760-2308, or Angie Harper, 230-5655.
Fright For Sight
The Branch family sponsored Halloween Fright for Sight 5K and Kids Run will be held Oct. 12, 9 a.m., at Bothwell Park, 2 miles west of Tremonton. Check-in is at 7:45. This is a fundraiser for the Foundation for Retinal Research in honor of Reese Branch. Register at Results Gym, www.branchfamiliy.kintera.org, Feldman’s or Meagan at 770-5218. Cost is $20 for adults or $10 for children 12 and under.
Prizes will be awarded to first place female and male runners, and other prize giveaways will be available.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness month and New Hope Crisis Center of Box Elder County is hosting several events. A Choose to Cherish Candlelight Vigil is set for Wednesday night, Oct. 3, at 7, at the County Courthouse, 01 North Main, Brigham City.
Walk Awhile in a Victim’s Shoes will be held Wednesday, Oct. 16, 5 p.m. at the Tremonton City offices, 102 S. Tremont Street. The public is invited and encouraged to attend these events geared to increasing awareness of domestic violence.