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Rainy Day Thoughts

November the first. Anyone else's kids in a coma from Halloween and still asleep at 9:08? Well, if you are getting a late start and look out the window to see the dreary weather, don't worry, we've got some Rainy Day ideas for you! Here are two guides we did in the past years. 20 Rainy Day Activities in Utah. 27 Places to go on a Rainy Utah Day Plus 6 more that we love. Midway Crater | Midway Dinosaur Track Museum | St. George Cabela's | Various Utah Locations Hands on Art : Art and Ceramic Studio | Farmington

Van Gogh to Play Dough : Art for Toddlers

As a professional museum educator and art historian, I love participating in art programs for children. Utah has a handful of top notch museums, not least of which is the Brigham Young University’s Museum of Art (MOA). My toddler, Ezra, and I attended one of the MOA’s most popular family programs this summer called Van Gogh to Play Dough. Van Gogh to Play Dough is an art program for little ones ages 2-4 years and their caregivers. It includes an interactive tour of one of the museum’s exhibitions followed by hands-on art making in the museum’s art studio. To begin

Hands on Art : Art and Ceramic Studio

Last week, we had the chance to partner up with Hands on Art. It's a Ceramic and Art Studio that's super family friendly. The owner, Iraima, used to run art classes out of her garage, but felt there was a need in the community and opened her own shop in Farmington. They have adult and children art classes, parties for scout, church, and work groups and Paint Nights. Basically, something for everyone. When you walk in, you see all sorts of different artwork, the kids love it. You can do your own screen printing too! You can either join a

SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium | Field Trippin' | Layton

SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium is coming to Layton Hills Mall! It's completely interactive and hands-on learning! This exhibits include sea life, rainforest reptiles, tropical birds and desert species! You can feed and interact with over 300 species and 1,500 animals from all over the world. Come have some exciting fun this Saturday May 28th! Come out and "Meet the Mermaids!" at the SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium at Layton Hills Mall! Purchase an Annual Pass and get exclusive access with a meet and greet with the cast from the Little Mermaid from The Ziegfeld Theater in Utah! Discount! SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium - Annual

27 MORE Rainy Day Activities

Sheesh, we may have jumped the gun yesterday with our park guide. To make up for the false excitement of sunny blue skies, we've come up with a few indoor activities. St. George Children's Museum Cabela's | 2 locations Park City Museum Church History Museum Kangaroo Zoo Dartside Classic Fun Center Heber Valley Railroad | Heber Creeper Drive 10 MORE Salt Lake City Wall Murals City Creek Play Park or any indoor playground will do. Utah Flying Trapeze Museum of Ancient Living Nickel Mania Canyon Country Discovery Center | Four Corners School Utah Museum of Contemporary Art South Davis Recreation

Newspaper Rock | Adventurin' | Monticello

Located just West of Church Rock (above) you'll find yourself on a nice 20 minute drive to Newspaper Rock. You'll also pass a bunch of abandoned cabins that once belonged to a religious cult that worshiped Church Rock. (Things only the locals tell you.) Think of Newspaper Rock like a Facebook and Twitter Page only a 2000 year old version. Could you imagine sitting there and chiseling out your story, who knew how long that would take you? This petroglyph site is 200 square foot area one the largest and best preserved. We came up with all sorts of theories

Canyon Country Discovery Center | Four Corners School | Monticello

The main reason The Salt Project even went to Monticello, was because of the Canyon Country Discovery Center. We'd been e-mailing back and forth and they opened out eyes to how much we were missing! We'd been to Moab plenty of times, but never further south on the eastern side of Utah. So you can thank them for all the awesome things we're going to post in the next few weeks. They have a brand new building that's constantly adding new features, exhibits, tours, nature walks and things to do like crazy! Here's Lyndie giving us a tour, it's quite

Giveaway | The Escape Key | The Impossible | Field Trippin'

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, involves deciphering hidden clues and solving formidable puzzles in order to gather valuable intel to procure your freedom. You will be working with highly classified pieces of evidence in a life-threatening situation. Up to EIGHT special agents are needed to complete this mission. It is imperative that you choose levelheaded associates that are strategic in their thinking. There will be limited time to accomplish your goal. This message will self-destruct in five seconds. Three . . . two . . . one . . . All of us were standing in a

Giveaway | iFly | Field Trippin'

We're reposting this again, because this time, we are adding a Giveaway at the end! You've all seen the've thought about it, maybe thought twice about it, but you've never tried it. We're here to tell you, that you need to add this to your list of "Things to Try Before You Die." The best thing, it's for anyone 3 years and up. You can either check it off your list super early in life or a little later. You'll start out with a short training video and then you'll meet your trainer. Afterwards, you'll each be fitted for

9 Reasons Why We Love The Leonardo | Field Trippn' | 2016

My kids (10yrs-18m) love museums, they love Field Trippin', they love exploring. The Leonardo is one of their favorite museums and here are 9 reasons why they love it! 1. All Ages Every time I go, I see parents engaged and playing/learning with their children. If you've been, you know what I'm talking about. The baby is always happy to run wild and explore, my elementary age kids are straight up in heaven! And my husband and I are right there with them exploring and having fun. (sorry, we don't have teenagers, but we are guessing they would be pretty
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