Merry Christmas! Happy Holidays! and a Happy New Year!
Have a safe and fun holiday season!
From all of us at Utah First!
As you are sprucing up your home for the holiday season, remember to keep an eye out for common holiday fire hazards, trip-ups, and other safety mix-ups.
Hopefully these tips will help you keep your home safe during this holiday season!
Need somethings to do during this winter month? Well here are some activities going on in the St. George area that might be of interest to you!
Nov 30 to Dec 6th: The St George Children’s Museum is hosting a Gingerbread Tour. It’s a scavenger hunt to find gingerbread houses from around the world. Tour the town looking for the different businesses that have the gingerbread houses! Win some prizes while having a fun time seeing the St. George and finding the unique gingerbread houses around town.
Now until Dec. 22nd: Tuacahn is showing their Christmas show, Fairytale Christmas. Christmas won’t be the same after seeing this show! A musical written by M. Scott McLean and Michael McLean based on their award-winning book. This musical will be an entertaining time that you will want to make a tradition.
Dec 27 to Dec 29: Brigham’s Playhouse is doing A Christmas Carol. Enjoy the story of A Christmas Carol in a new light!
Every Tuesday and Wednesday to Saturday: Tuacahn’s Christmas in the Canyon. Enjoy the lights decorating the path to the stage. Enjoy the Live Nativity.
Now until January 19th: Leo Krikorian Art Exhibit at Dixie State University. The exhibit is open Mon to Fri 9 am to 5 pm. If you love art this is a place to you. Enjoy the art of Leo Krikorian.
Hopefully one of these events catches your eye! Enjoy this holiday season!
Have carpet in your rental? Here are some simple tips to helping you keep it clean!
Hopefully these tips will help you keep your carpets clean! Keeping your carpets cleans makes the home feel and look nicer. Keeps you and your family safe from different germs and bacteria!
Halloween is coming! Trick or Treating is just around the corner. Trick or Treating is fun and a great time for all ages but we also need to remember to be safe! Here are some tips for Halloween night to keep you and your kiddos safe!
Hopefully these tips will help you keep you and your kids safe! Be safe and happy trick or treating!
Going on vacation? Leaving your house for a weekend trip to go see the changing of the leaves? Be sure to be cautious in what you share online!
A lot of people nowadays share lots of information on social media sites, and other parts of the web. Even if you think your profile is protected, any hacker could get into them. Keep these safety tips in mind when you are sharing things on social media while away from your home.
Don’t share information that could compromise your safety. Don’t advertise that you are going on vacation or to the hospital for a long stay.
Make sure that geo-tag is off on your phone if you are going to post things online. Geo-tagging photos can let people know that you aren’t home.
Although its not everyday that something bad will happen but it is better to be safe than sorry. Taking these tips and making sure to be cautious with what you share online will help prevent things from happening. Hope these tips will help you out! Have a great week!
When it comes to your property, there are certain safety precautions that can be taken to help prevent fires. Ready.gov shares the following tips on home fire prevention:
Electrical and Appliance Safety.
Fireplace and Woodstoves.
This advice will help prevent fires from occurring. If you follow the advice it will help prevent a fire from happening in your home. Have a good week!
The month of Halloween is coming at us. This month there are a few different events that are going on. Hopefully some of there will interest you and give you something to do this month with your family and friends!
First, October 6th is the St. George Marathon! So be prepared to cheer on those runners and be aware of road closures that will occur!
Second, if you enjoy musicals and haven’t been out to Tuacahn Amphitheatre now is the time! The showings of Prince of Egypt, Cinderella, and Matilda are ending this month. Starting October 25 and lasting until October 31st is Tuacahn’s Thriller. If you like zombies and dance its the perfect event for you!
Third, throughout this month is The Huntsman Senior Games. The opening ceremonies are Tuesday October 9th at 7:30 at Trailblazer Stadium on Dixie State University campus.
Fourth, if you like art and want to see some amazing artists paintings, out at Human History Museum in Zion National Park they are having an art show called Zion Plein Art Invitational. Go enjoy some art and maybe even take a little hike while you are out there.
Finally like getting scared? Well the Staheli Farm’s Field of Screams is for you! Starting September 28th you’ll be able to find you way through the haunted maze with zombies, clowns, and other creepy things! It’s where you nightmares come true!
Hopefully one of these events peaks your interested!