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16 Things to do in Cedar City: Fall 2016 Edition

By Southern Utah University on October 10, 2016 in

Students, Cedar City

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As temperatures drop and days get shorter, it may seem like there isn't much to do in Cedar City. To your surprise, however, this small town has a lot to offer in activities and entertainment. Here are 16 things you can do in Cedar City during the fall season.

1. Attend SUU Football games! Go early, tailgate and cheer loud.

 

2. Take trips with SUU Outdoors. (follow on Facebook and Instagram for trip announcements).

 

3. Attend the Livestock Heritage Festival and it’s crowning jewel – The Sheep Parade! (Festival is October 28 - 30, with the Sheep Parade happening 10/29 at 10am.

 

4. Attend a play at the Utah Shakespeare Festival. (Season runs from beginning of July through the end of October - click here for calendar of events.)

 

5. Visit the Cedar City Pumpkin Patch.

 

6. Dress up in costume and attend the SCREAM. (follow SUUSA on Facebook for event updates - 2016 Scream is October 28)

 

7. Attend SUU Soccer games.

 

8. Drive up the canyon and see all the changing colors.

 

9. Visit SUMA regularly to catch the rotating exhibits.

 

10. Take a walk through the sheep tunnels.

 

11. Rent equipment from SUU Outdoors for your own adventure.

 

12. Drink hot cocoa or apple cider at The Grind.

 

13. Attend The College of Performing and Visual Arts theatre productions. (click link for event dates).

 

14. Cheer on the SUU Volleyball team.

 

15. Check out the university’s Convocations series, featuring professional experts on a range of topics – from climate change to a court session. (click link for event dates).

 

16. Visit Cedar Breaks National Monument for some breathtaking red rock views.

 


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