Calendar of Events - Vernal Area Chamber of Commerce.

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Events in the month of September 2019
9/10/2019
Dingell Act Public Lands Changes To Be Presented At Open Houses

Open Houses will be held to provide information on changes to public lands resulting from the enactment of the John D. Dingell Jr. Conservation, Management, and Recreation Act.

During these open houses. staff members will discuss changes and designations within the boundary of the BLM Vernal Field Office, specifically the Ashley Springs Land Conveyance, teh John Wesley Powell Conservation Area and the McCoy Flats Mountain Bike Trail System.

For more information, call the BLM Green River District Office at 435-781-4400.

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9/10/2019
Dingell Act Public Lands Changes To Be Presented At Open Houses

Open Houses will be held to provide information on changes to public lands resulting from the enactment of the John D. Dingell Jr. Conservation, Management, and Recreation Act.

During these open houses. staff members will discuss changes and designations within the boundary of the BLM Vernal Field Office, specifically the Ashley Springs Land Conveyance, teh John Wesley Powell Conservation Area and the McCoy Flats Mountain Bike Trail System.

For more information, call the BLM Green River District Office at 435-781-4400.

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9/13/2019
The Hotel Vernal Haunt will have a special one night event for September 13th at 8 p.m.- 11 p.m. There will be an escape room also!

Show up after the Homecoming game with your stamp and receive $2 off your ticket!

All tickets and donations fund local charities!

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9/14/2019

Each fall, wild kokanee salmon make their way up a few Utah rivers to spawn. This is when they undergo dramatic transformation; their color changes from sleek silver to fluorescent red, and the mailes acquire humped backs, hooked jaws and elongated teeth.

Join us during a free viewing event and see these feisty fish bite nad jostle as they embark on the most important (and final) mission of their lives. Head to the first bridge in the Sheep Creek Geological Loop, just off Hwy 44 anytime between 9 a.m. and  2 p.m. and chat with biologists and see the stunning fish up close. 


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