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Come join the Duck Creek Village Community for our Labor Day Celebration!
Our 1st Annual Rummage Sale is Saturday, Sept. 5th, at 12:00 p.m. Sponsored by Duck Creek Village Community Church and Christ the King Catholic Church. Drop your stuff at the church on Friday at 9 a.m. All proceeds go toward staining the church. We will be selling Biff’s BBQ sliders and grilled sweet corn. Come […]
Stop by Jaynes Hair Addiction this weekend for our Labor Day Weekend Sale! SALE starts today and Ends Monday!
Craig Primas Gallery is having a Labor Day sale from Friday September 4th to Monday September 7th. Happy Labor Day
C-Trail Length: 4.2 miles one way Difficulty: Strenuous Description: This steep trail runs down the face of Cedar Mountain, from a the C-Overlook down to the edge of town. It offers beautiful views out over the valley. Fall is a great time to do this hike because of the fabulous fall colors. C-Overlook Trailhead Have […]
Bristlecone Pine Trail Length: .75 mile round trip Difficulty: Easy Description: This loop hike runs through a stand of Bristlecone Pine trees on Cedar Mountain, east of Cedar City. Bristlecones are the oldest living organisms on earth. Scientists have identified some Bristlecones they think are up to 5,000 years old. The trees on Cedar Mountain […]
Length: 2 miles round trip Difficulty: Easy Description: This easy loop trail runs through the forest and along the rim of Cedar Breaks National Monument, providing outstanding views of the Cedar Breaks You also pass meadows of wildflowers and a alpine pond. Mule deer and other animals are often seen along the trail. Upper Trailhead […]