Exercise and staying in shape is often an important priority to anyone in retirement, but did you know that regular stretching could be just as important to staying limber? Here are five reasons why stretching should be a consistent habit in the routine of any active adult aged 55 and up.Read More
Who doesn’t have olive oil in their pantry? It is a must-have in every kitchen. As a cook, one of the hardest things to find is a good olive oil. Ever wonder why your vinaigrette dressing doesn’t taste quite right? The low-grade “extra-virgin” olive oil is probably to blame.Read More
Now entering its third year, the St. George Jazz Festival brings world class performers to the beautiful red rocks of Southern Utah. These incredible jazz musicians inspire and educate an ever-growing pool of talented young jazz students. Joined by the Rebel Jazz Band, these nationally-acclaimed guest artists show off their skills at what continues to be Southern Utah’s most thrilling concert of each year.Read More
If you are like many people, some days you get the urge to go for a walk. Nothing too strenuous, not a hike; a bike ride won’t do it. You want to go for a leisurely walk. When you live in SunRiver St. George, that’s easy.Read More
I have always been a fan of Scandinavian tradition, culture, and design. Maybe it’s the fact that my ancestors are from Northern Europe, or because their appreciation for simplicity and functionality gave the world affordable, stylish furniture (they invented IKEA), or maybe it’s because of a delicious, fluffy, pancake ball.Read More
Growing a garden in St. George is different from many other places: the desert, the heat, the cold. If you moved to SunRiver…Read More
This Saturday (February 2), the newly renovated St. George Tabernacle will be hosting performances by two distinctly talented musical groups. Located at 18 S. Main Street in the heart of historic downtown St. George, the performances will be free to the public.Read More
Hey, Chef Hog fans! This is what’s going on Super Bowl Sunday!
You can purchase your wristbands on Tuesday morning at the restaurant.
There are no reservations, it is first come first serve! We do have limited seating so if you’re wanting to be a part of this you need to make sure you get in and purchase your wristband!!
Join St. George Races this Saturday, February 2, for Bikestock—a day of bike riding fun for the entire family! This year’s Bikestock will consist of two fun events, both starting and ending at the Red Cliffs Mall! Along with bike riding for the whole family, there will be games and live music! (All children and adults participating must wear a bike helmet for safety reasons.)Read More
Asparagus is a go–to vegetable for any meal, anytime, anywhere. I find it impressive and delicious to serve asparagus for breakfast, brunch, and weeknight dinners. Not to mention every holiday dinner. Need a quick upgrade to your meal? Asparagus. The vegetable is so versatile it can be served or prepared in almost any variation. Though asparagus has a season it should never go overlooked.Read More
Relating to your grandchildren can be a joy for you, and fun for them too. You can be a stabilizing factor in your grandchild’s life. You can help them navigate their childhood and teenage years. For most of human history, grandparents have been essential to providing vital guidance and instruction. The traditional grandparent role may have changed. But human nature hasn’t. Your grandchildren can still benefit from your accumulated wisdom and counsel, but you may have to impart it subtly.Read More
Experience Utah’s largest and longest running travel show in 2019! Come celebrate the expo’s 60th anniversary at the 23rd annual Morris Murdock Travel Show! Held at the Dixie Center on January 23, this is going to be Morris Murdock’s biggest expo ever. For one day only, there will be well over double the number of vendors of other travel expos–with representatives from over 120 travel vendors including airlines, cruise lines, hotels, resorts, tourism offices and other related destination services to bring you up to date on the hottest travel trends and offer you exclusive deals that can’t be found anywhere else.Read More
The Neil Simon Festival returns with one of Simon’s funniest plays at the Center for the Arts at Kayenta!
Neil Simon’s hilarious exploration of lunacy and loss unfolds in the story of Jake, as he confronts the unraveling of his marriage… and his mind. A novelist more successful with fiction than with real life, Jake holds a series of make-believe conversations with the women throughout his life—his sister, his dead wife, his therapist and his daughter. As reality and fiction start to blur—in wildly comic and sometimes moving flashbacks—he begins to question his sanity.Read More
Whether you are protesting to “save the bees” from dangerous climates and pesticides, or you just prefer a drizzle of sweet honey on your morning toast, bees and their honey are one of nature’s sweetest and most fascinating creatures. Respectively, even more active than the ant, a honeybee sets out to hunt, pollinate, and take care of the hive until night.Read More
SunRiver welcomes Chef Hog to the Clubhouse (formerly Riverwalk Grill)! Come on over and grab one of their special seared Ahi Tuna, Chickan Piccata, Lobster Bisques, and many other great menu items. With live music Friday and Saturday nights and a full-service bar, you wont want to leave!Read More
The new SunRiver Villas community is a great option for anyone looking for a new full-time or part-time residence. They’ve been designed with…Read More
During this time of year, sometimes all you need is a blanket, good movie, sweatpants, and a big bowl of this cauliflower soup. I LOVE this soup. It is brothy, savory, creamy, and filled with tender chunks of cauliflower. This recipe may look like it has a lot of steps, but I promise it is well worth it.Read More
If your holiday season was anything like mine, it was filled with lots and lots of joy and goodies. By goodies, I mean treats, sweets, roasts, rolls, pies, cakes, and bread, you name it I ate it. It is no wonder gym memberships sky rocket during the month of January. Year after year I eat myself into a food and sugar coma during the holiday season and end up paying for it later. By later, I mean right now.Read More
For fun and exercise out of the sun, and rain, and occasional cold winter days, try table tennis. The table tennis club is…Read More
It’s the weekend, but better yet it’s comfort food season! A season for all things comfy: sweaters, blankets, lounging inside by the fire, and most importantly, filling your tummy with warm goodies. What better way to kick off the beginning of fall than with a delicious batch of cookies? I personally love chocolate everything, but had never found a satisfying chocolate fix in any cookie recipe… until this one.Read More