Community Peace Gathering by Seekhaven Friday October 20th at the Multicultural Center at 6pm. Come share an evening of coffee and tea with us! We welcome all to participate in an open mic and a candle lit vigil to wrap up our community gathering.
Come celebrate el Día de los muertos with the Moab Valley Multicultural Center/Centro Multicultural. Día de los muertos is a day of celebration which is observed not only in Mexico and Chicano communities of the US but across Latin America. This is a family friendly festival and we welcome all to come learn about building and decorating a Día de los muertos altar, eat traditional foods, listening to live music as well as other live performances! Día de los muertos can be traced back to indigenous festivals across the Americas and aligns with the celebration in Western Christianity of All Saints Eve and Day as well as All Souls Day. We look forward to welcoming you to the 6th Annual Día de los Muertos hosted by the Moab Valley Multicultural Center!
Ven a celebrar el Día de los muertos en el Moab Valley Multicultural Center/Centro Multicultural. El Día de los muertos es una de celebración que tiene lugar en todos los países Latinoamericanos, incluido México y comunidades chicanas de los E.E.U.U. ¡Todas las familias son bienvenidas; por favor vengan a celebrar con nosotros, a hacer un altar, comer comida tradicional, eschuchar música, etc! El Día de los muertos se remonta hasta la época de los antiguos indígenas que habitaron desde México hasta Argentina. Hoy en día se celebra durante la época del Día de Todos Santos y el Día de los Difuntos, ambas celebraciones del cristianismo. ¡Esperamos verlos en la 6ta versión de nuestro Festival del Día de los Muertos organizado por el Centro!
3rd Annual Trunk or Treat! October 31, 2017 sponsored by the Family Support Center. We need vehicles, and invite anyone to participate! If you are putting in a truck please plan on treats for up to 1000 children or more. Also, if possible would you plan on about 20 Teal Pumpkin Project treats for children that do not take sweets! Time to set up your trunk will be between 2pm and 3:30pm. No later. Vehicles after that cannot be accepted. You can set your trunk up, anytime that day, when assigned a space, and leave it. Returning no later than 3:30pm. Call the Family Support Center 435.259.1658 and get your name on the list for entering a trunk!!!
Join us for WabiSabi's 13th Annual Community Thanksgiving Meal!
WabiSabi is once again hosting a free and/or by donation Thanksgiving meal at the Grand Center. This annual event is a wonderful opportunity for the individuals, nonprofits and businesses of Moab to unite in sustaining area residents and the community at large. This meal is more than a gesture to help people through lean economic times; it is about creating a sense of community. We invite people of all ages and backgrounds to share in this essential bond of community, gratitude and sharing.
WabiSabi is currently seeking volunteers to help with Thanksgiving meal setup, serving and cleanup. Anyone interested in getting involved can contact Liz at 259-2553 or email@example.com.
WabiSabi is unable to accept food donations from individuals. Everything served must be prepared in a commercial kitchen. However, financial contributions or gift certificates to local grocers for the event are enormously helpful and may be mailed to WabiSabi at 160 E 100 S or contributed through wabisabimoab.org.
Join us in unveiling the three newest Community Rebuilds' homes at the Open House for our 20th-22nd homes built in Moab. The homes of Nelly Drogin, Holli Zollinger and the Woytek-Meade family are conveniently located on one property at 368 E 100 N, and will be open to the public from 2:00-7:00 pm on Wednesday, December 13th. Come feel the adobe floors, earthen plasters, and natural finishes that make our homes both aesthetically pleasing and sustainable. Builders, homeowners, interns and CR staff will be available to answer all of your questions.