English and Spanish adult language classes offered

(Moab Times-Independent)- The BEACON/21st Century Learning Center is sponsoring English and Spanish adult language classes beginning Sept. 10. Classes will be taught by Carrie Alexander and are funded by grants. English Language Learner classes (ELL/ESL) will be held at the Moab Valley Multicultural Center located on 200 South in the old Moab city office building. […]

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Fourth of July celebration stirs fond memories for longtime residents Read more: Moab Times-Independent – Fourth of July celebration stirs fond memories for longtime residents

(Moab Times-Independent) by Jeannine Wait- Between Independence Day on the fourth and Pioneer Day on the 24th, July has always been a big month for celebrations in Utah. In a “Canyon Legacy” interview, Lydia Taylor Skewes, who lived in Moab from October 1885 to August 1985, described how many years ago the entire community would […]

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WabiSabi’s Fashion Show Raises $7,500 for local non-profit groups

(Moab Times-Independent)- WabiSabi, a Moab based nonprofit thrift store, awarded $7,500 to 12 local nonprofit organizations. The money was raised at WabiSabi’s 2007 Mardi Gras Fashion Show. More than 300 people attended WabiSabi’s fifth annual fashion show in February  that featured fashion lines designed and made by local designers. All of the outfits were made […]

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Moab Valley Multicultural Center hopes to encourage cross-cultural exchange

By Ron Georg The Moab Valley Multicultural Center opened its doors in the old City Hall, 115 West 200 South, in November to reach out to local underserved populations, offering a wide variety of programs from language to social networking. The non-profit center brings people together to celebrate their cultural heritage while learning to thrive […]

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Volunteers give Multicultural Center a facelift

By Ron Georg (The Times Independent) —Volunteers and Moab Valley Multicultural Center staff recently made major improvements at the center, located at 156 N. 100 West. Community members from the Moab LDS Second Ward and Young Adult Sixth Branch, Moab Rotary Club, the high school building technology class, and Greystone Consulting worked throughout the week […]

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