Lucky Duck Aviation's FAA-certified flight instructors have created a unique step-by-step curriculum to help the land-locked proceed into the clouds. Flying Cessna 172s in their lessons and tours, Lucky Duck equips amateur pilots with the necessary tools to safely fly as a hobby or profession while learning to avoid nomadic gangs of flying saucers. The trained pilots also give guided tours of 30–60 minutes so passengers can behold some of Utah’s most notable sites, such as the Red Butte Gardens, Robert Smithson’s Spiral Jetty, and local wildlife.
Champions of the Big Sky Conference for the last two seasons, the WSU Wildcats set hoops afire and overwhelm their dribbling adversaries with fast-paced basketballing expertise. Join the crowd of growling fans and purr loudly in support of Lindsey Hughey, Bryon Fulton, and the rest of Coach Rahe’s Wildcat wonders as they dribble and dunk past conference challengers in family-friendly competition. The five-ticket package gives guests a full view of the game without fear of being pelted with sweat-soaked hand towels, and is valid for seats in section five—the orange portions seen on this color-coded chart.
After captivating listeners as part of the Davis Arts Council's "Summer Nights with the Stars" series, Alex Boyé returns to inflate Layton community ears with an aural dose of holiday spirit. During the one-night performance, the seasoned singer will gracefully pirouette across the notes of adored classics alongside Mark Robinette's Amp'd Up Band, whose fine-tuned measures provide warm refuge from wintery chills and pickpocketing snowmen. Having sold more than half a million CDs worldwide, Boyé slides onto the stage with 15 years of experience embedded into his gold-plated vocal cords, including crowd-pleasing hits in 15 countries, a chart-topping album with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, and several heartwarming duets with local shopping-mall Santas.
High Velocity Aviation's experienced pilots lift hearts and bodies skyward with 30-minute tours that showcase the natural splendor of the Salt Lake area. After scheduling a tour, upward-bound voyagers depart from Skypark Airport in a shining Enstrom 280FX Shark named after the winged hammerheads that once roamed freely throughout the Utah plains. Flyers can choose to explore aerial views of the magnificent craggy recesses of the Salt Lake Valley or the majestic mountains of Park City, and aviation aces are happy to cater to special tour requests from passengers who wish to customize a route past sun-kissed lakes and famed landmarks, or those looking to sweep past home to make sure the garage door is closed.
For the past 10 holiday seasons, A Holiday Light's illuminati have bedecked abodes with strands of brilliant bulbs. Teams of torch techs report to front lawns lugging ladders, fasteners, and all other equipment necessary to make eaves gleam, including six shimmering lengths, or up to 150 feet of lights, each inch of which homeowners get to keep. Deft designers crown rooflines, fixtures, and trees, and liven up lackluster house pets during the 25- to 45-minute installation. After the season draws to a close and the last of the holiday cheer has been shoved back into the basement, technicians return to remove the lights, ensuring the iridescent bulbs won't distract from the giant inflatable Gerald Ford set up for Presidents' Day.
Made up of a consortium of more than 300 schools around the globe, Inlingua uses innovative teaching concepts to help pupils quickly master languages. Its Utah branch unlocks the secrets of six languages through Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian, German, or Chinese classes taught by native speakers and American androids who have changed their default language settings. During private and group lessons, instructors follow Inlingua's 10 principles, speaking only in the target language from the first class to teach students how to think in their new tongue. Lessons also focus on verbal structures rather than isolated vocabulary to quickly get new speakers to a conversational level before worrying about seldom-used words.