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Valentine Dinner Dance

when

February 14, 2011

Doors open: 6 pm

Pictures available from 6 – 9 pm

Dinner and Dancing: 7 – 10 pm

where

Thanksgiving Point Show Barn

Admission

$45/ per person (advance)

$50/per person (day-of)

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Summary

On February 14 treat your sweetheart to an evening of dancing, delicious food, and wonderful award-winning music provided by the Joe Muscolino Band at Thanksgiving Point’s Valentine Dinner Dance. Get your tickets early for a romantic night that always sells out.

Valentines at Harvest Restaurant

Treat your taste buds to fresh, flavorful food this Valentines Day. For this delicious dinner, choose from popular menu items like butternut squash ravioli or house penne or try one of the evening’s special entrees. 5–9 pm Thanksgiving Point members receive a 10% discount. For reservations, call 801.768.4990.

location

3003 N Thanksgiving Way

Lehi, UT 84043

(located at Water Tower Plaza)

phone

801.768.4990

(Reservations are gladly accepted)

Dinner

Mon – Sat: 5 – 9 pm

Museum Mondays

when

Monday Nights from 5-7 pm

where

Museum of Ancient Life: (Meet in Museum lobby)

admission

$10/adults

$8/children (3-12)

$8/senior (65+)

**No charge for Museum of Ancient Life and Thanksgiving Point Members*

Summary

Museum Mondays are full of creative dinosaur-related activities perfect for a night out with the family. Contact Jordon Henderson at 801.766.5013 for more information.

February 7 Cupids Valentine Mask-querade! – Cupid has tried everything he can think of to get the dinosaurs to be friends for Valentines Day, but for some reason he can’t get the plant eaters and the meat eaters to get along. This year Cupid is hosting a Mask-querade party at the museum for you and our dinosaurs! All of the dinosaurs will be in Masks, disguising who they are so meat eaters and plant eaters will be tricked into becoming friends at the party. Make your own mask and then join the dinosaurs in the exhibits for the Mask-querade party and see if Cupids plan worked! Mask-querade activities include: Mask making, Mask-querade hunt and best mask voting for our Dinos masks, Cupids Bow Shoot, Steal My Heart, and Whose Eyes are Those? This will be a Valentine party your little ones won’t want to miss!

February 14: Love Struck Raptor – It’s the month of love and Cupid has never been busier shooting love arrows. When he stopped by the Museum to shoot a few Dinos he made a mistake and hit cranky Utah Raptor with one of his largest arrows. On this silly Valentines hunt see if you can find how many dinosaurs were smooched by our love struck Raptor. Make a chocolate kiss Valentine for your Valentine and have a Happy Valentines Day!

February 21: In Love with Paris – 13 of our smallest dinosaurs, the Compies, known as Compsognathus are from France and have always been in love with Paris. They’ve brought their favorite parts of Paris to the Museum to teach their dinosaur friends and you all about Parisian culture and some of the most famous places in Paris. Join us for this Museum Monday to see the Compies 5 favorite things about France. Stop by the Children’s art Gallery to learn about the Louvre and make a piece of original artwork, see how the Eiffel Tower was built and try your luck at the Eiffel Tower Toss, find out what could be hiding in the Notre Dame Cathedral Bell Tower, learn a new thing or two about our little French Compies, and make sure to stop by the Paris sweet shop to dip a chocolate treat!

February 28: Could You Survive The Stone Age? – Cold temperatures, making tools from stone, hunting large Mammoths, protecting your family from animals, and setting up camp over and over again each time your tribe moved were all a part of daily life in the Stone Age. Join a Stone Age tribe and take a journey through time to learn about Stone Age men, women, and children. In your tribe you’ll learn about their tools, how to hunt Mammoth, how they stayed warm, and what was important to them. You’ll create a cave drawing of your own and find out along the way if you could have survived the Stone Age.

Romeo and Juliet

February 12 – 14, 2011

Days of the Week: Mon, Sat

The Old Spaghetti Factory

575 East University Pkwy A2, Orem, UT 84058

801-262-5083

Hours of Operation: 7:00pm

Price: $15 Adult, $8 ChildEnjoy this tale of Romeo and Juliet where audience members choose the ending! There are three different ways that is can end and the audience plays a part in deciding how to end this classic tale. Produced by Salty Dinner Theater. Enjoy an evening out with your special valentine.For an additional price you can order off Old Spaghetti Factory menu.

T Minus 5

February 14, 2011

SCERA

745 South State Street, Orem, UT 84058

801-225-2569

Hours of Operation: 7:00pm

Price: $8 – $10T Minus 5 is a nationally-acclaimed and award-winning a Capella group. They are known for delivering high-energy concerts that combine pop, classic rock, a bit of country, and comedy fun for the whole family or that special valentine. For more information click HERE.

Utah Flash vs Austin

February 14, 2011

UCCU Center

800 West University Pkwy, Orem, UT 84058

801-434-HOOP

Hours of Operation: 7:00pm

Price: Price varies on seating

Utah Flash is playing at the UCCU Center in Orem, Utah. Come cheer with Flash Fox, their official mascot, and the Pinnacle Security Dancers. Enjoy an evening out with your special valentine.

The Flash is in the NBA Development League. The Flash feeds into the Utah Jazz and Atlanta Hawks. To see the Flash in action purchase tickets at Smith’s Tix or at the door on all home games.The UCCU Center at Utah Valley University seats 8,500. Come enjoy the love of the game and see the Flash battle to claim a victory. Basketball is enjoyable for all ages and a great group activity.For tickets call 801-434-HOOP Check out their website HERE.

Utah Shakespeare in the Park

February 14, 2011

Orem Public Library – Storytelling Wing

58 North State Street, Orem, UT 84057

801-229-7050

Hours of Operation: 7:00pm

Price: FreeFind laughter and love on Valentine’s Day with Utah Shakespeare in the Park’s production of Oscar Wilde’s classic and beloved play.

Covey Center for the Artspresents Dial Tonesa romance January 28-29, 31, 2011 February 3-5, 7, 10-12, 14, 2011

Dial Tones is the heartwarming and humorous tale of a very unique love triangle! Written by J. Scott Bronson, and directed by Lynne Bronson.

Over a span of 50 years, Melissa and Andy write letters to each other. They write in times of joy, sorrow, just to catch up, to invite, share their dreams and simply stay connected to one another, even though distance and different lifestyles keep them apart. Hilarious and poignant, this is the perfect play for Valentine’s! 425 West Center Street Provo, Utah 84601 -4337 (801) 852-7007

Free Animal Shows

When: Mon, February 14, 6:30pm – 8:30pmWhere: Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum 645 E 1430 N Provo, UT 84602 (801) 422-5051

Need flowers?

Provo Floral Inc.1530 N. Freedom Blvd. Provo, UT 84606 (801)373-7001 (800)579-3360ProFlowers.com

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1231 North University Avenue, Provo, UT 84604 (801) 377-7995 ‎

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