SUMMER 2006 – Family Friday Concerts in the Mountains
Gates open at 5:30. Concerts start at 7 p.m., end at 9:00 p.m.
Full BBQ will be available (patrons are welcome to bring a picnic and blanket).
Those wishing to bring lawn chairs will be seated in the upper area so as to not block views.
June 30 Brian Booth with Jazzed 5 – Jazz ($20 per vehicle)
July 14 Utah Symphony Pops ($40 per vehicle)
July 28 Ridin the Fault Line – Bluegrass ($20 per vehicle)
August 25 The Joe Muscolino Band – Big Band & Swing ($20 per vehicle)
WOLF MOUNTAIN ANNOUNCES
FRIDAY FAMILY CONCERT SERIES AT WOLF MOUNTAIN
Utah Symphony Featured in Pops format
(Eden, UT) Wolf Mountain has announced their first summer concert series, to be entitled: “Family Friday Concert in the Mountains.” General Manger Bill Cox commented “In keeping with our family friendly focus, our music series will encompass events the whole family can enjoy together in an affordable evening of fun.”
The highlight of the 2006 series will be the Utah Symphony concert scheduled for July 14th. “When Wolf Mountain approached us about a performance, we were just thrilled, as it has always been a goal of ours to bring symphony to the Upper Ogden Valley. So many of our patrons and supporters live in the Valley.” commented Sharon MacFarlane, Executive Director of the Ogden Symphony Ballet Association. “When we brought up a few of the key musicians to view the site, they were thrilled, it truly is perfect! The location on the western edge of the Valley will deliver cool weather in the evenings which the artists just love, since they’ll be out of the sun by about 6:30p.m. The theme of the concert will be a Pops type performance, which is ideal fitting for the outdoor setting and family focus,” she commented.
The sponsors and underwriters for the series are Eagles Landing at Wolf Creek Resort and Bank of Utah. Eagles Landing is a new residential community just south of Wolf Creek that will include 9 holes of golf that will be incorporated into the existing course. Howard Schmidt, Developer, commented “We are a very civic minded company and I personally am passionate about music and especially the symphony. We believe in giving back to the communities where we do business and this seemed a perfect marriage.” Howard is well invested into the area as he also owns the Canyon View apartment complex at the mouth of Ogden Canyon.
“Our overall vision of being a family friendly resort is further enhanced by this series” commented Steve Roberts, Managing Member of Wolf Creek Resort, which owns Wolf Mountain. “Our programs will be such that everyone feels comfortable, from a 4 year old child to grandma and grandpa, all sharing the same blanket.”
Contact: Susan Munson, Event Coordinator, [email protected] or call (801) 745-3435 ext 209.
Tree Clearing for New Beginners Course to Begin
Courtesy of Toronto’s tree removal company, our beginner course will begin to be cleared out this coming spring. Fans can expect an exciting new areas to accommodate our increased demand.
(Schedule subject to change.)