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THIS MAN BY JEREMY CAMP
Join us at 6:30PM for a powerful biblical musical with original scores, visual spectacles, and passionate reenactments! Prepare to be blessed, encouraged, uplifted, and changed!
Admission is FREE! For more information visit www.ImmanuelsTemple.com
Magic Valley Bible Church To Host Nationally Performing Artists
Amy Grant at the Kenley Amphitheater in Layton. Buy tickets through the Davis Arts Council. FMIC (801) 546-8575.
With his highly energetic, animated and insightful comedic style Jason Earls is “an innovative breath of fresh air...” In addition to comedy, Jason is passionate about presenting the gospel in a relevant and exciting way.
Where: Valley Christian School, 2526 Sunset Lane, Missoula, MT
Tickets: $10 www.gardenofreadin.com
LEELAND CONCERT - FREE ADMISSION
Calvary Chapel of the High Desert,
14740 Eucalyptus St, Hesperia CA, 92345
Who: Jason Earls, Comedian
Where: Valley Christian School, 2526 Sunset Lane Missoula MT 59804
Tickets: www.gardenofreadn.com $10
Why: For an evening of good clean fun for everyone.
Childcare not provided.
The Salt Lake Symphonic Choir
67th Annual Concert
Under the direction of Erin Pile Tall
His Eye on the Sparrow
Songs on the Soul
and the historic legacy of the African-American Spiritual
Libby Gardner Hall
Tuesday, May 24
1375 Presidents Circle, University of Utah
Guest Soloists: Kevin Golub, Jordan Robertson
Guest Presenter: Reverend France A. Davis
Pastor, Calvary Baptist Church
Shuttle Service Rice Eccles Stadium
The Maker Tour with Chris August, Bone Hampton, and Worship Ignite.
Doors Open at: 6 PM Concert Begins at: 7 PM
Ticket prices: $5 student $10 General Admission $20 VIP/Meet & Greet *Ask about VIP Gold, includes dinner w/artists.
Tickets may be purchased @ Smithstix.com, (charges & fees may apply) or call Hub City Coffee Phone number: (385) 238-4144 or call
Hub 801/Genesis Project 3525 Riverdale Road Ogden, UT 84405
Audiences will be charmed by the classic tale of PINOCCHIO, on Saturday, May 14, 2016 at First Lutheran Church Missoula at 3:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. when the Missoula Children's Theatre and students from First Lutheran Classical School and the community bring to life the story of the wooden puppet who longed to become a real live boy. This original musical adaptation is sure to please audiences of all ages. This production is part of the Missoula Children's Theatre's unique international touring project and is presented locally by First Lutheran Classical School. Tickets are $10.00 for single; $15.00 for family and are available at First Lutheran Church, 2808 South Ave W. For more information, call Sylvia Moody at 249-8449.