This Is The Place Heritage Park, Utah’s living-history attraction, is a fun and educational way to learn firsthand what life was like during the settlement of the West. Strap on proverbial spurs and settle into one of the original or replicated historic homes as knowledgeable actors tell epic accounts of the excitement, danger, and horse whispering that occurred in the Old West. Take a gander as artisans demonstrate 19th-century frontier life by spinning wool into yarn, making candles, and blacksmithing, or stop by the petting corral to pet the animals like they did in the days before robotic livestock. And don’t miss a visit to the Native American village, where members of Utah’s indigenous tribes tell histories of their native ancestors.
The Busath studio is a historic mansion with elegant rooms and stately gardens all set for babies, children, high-school graduates, families, couples, and pet rocks to strike a pose. The professional photographers will flick their fingers to determine the MVP (most valuable pose) in a fresh, yet classical, style that superbly captures countenances, personalities, and sonic screams. Once the flash powder has settled, Busath will guide the pictures through development, and from there you choose the most festive image for an 11"x14" print or 25 5"x7" Christmas cards. Busath Photography has been capturing cherished moments for more than 37 years, three generations, and 500 lunar days. During that time, the camera-wielding warriors have received an arsenal of accolades. In April 2010, Busath was awarded the Best of State award in the Visual Arts: Photography - Portrait category, and, in May 2010, Professional Photographer magazine featured the company on the cover and in a feature story. Call to schedule an appointment.
Stalwart bricks contain the pizza oven's feisty flames at Boardwalk Pizza and Pasta, where chefs knead and stretch fresh pizza dough by hand. More than 25 specialty pies—such as the eponymous Boardwalk with pesto, spinach, grilled chicken, roasted tomatoes, and bacon—join customizable and Neapolitan-style pizzas on a vast menu of classic and gluten-free slices. Subs embrace meatballs or chicken parmesan, and pastas such as spaghetti, elbow macaroni, and wheat penne mingle with toppings including cheese, artichoke hearts, and steak slices, all ushered into rumbling stomachs by sips of soda, beer, or specialty cocktails. Each cozy booth glows from the light of a private inset television, which flickers with live sports between professional, college, and Montessori school teams.
When the American Heart Association was founded by six cardiologists in 1924, the only prescriptions given for heart disease were permanent bed rest and a diet of Valentines Day cards. Almost 90 years and 22.5 million volunteers later, the organization has accomplished much to combat the number one cause of death in the United States, not only by developing and disseminating effective treatment plans, but also by increasing awareness of preventative care and raising money for cardiovascular and stroke research. Outreach programs include CPR training, fundraising run/walks, and essential programs for healthcare professionals, educators, and caregiving everyday heroes alike.