Podcasts for Active Adults

Tips & Tricks - July 25, 2017

Podcasts are the latest media craze in 2017, but with hundreds upon hundreds to choose from, the process of finding your latest favorite can be daunting. However, with some effort and research, curating your own personal radio station using podcasts about your interests can be incredibly rewarding and the perfect…

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A Brief History of St. George, Utah

Uncategorized - July 25, 2017

In honor of yesterday being Pioneer Day, the state holiday celebrating the Mormon pioneers first arriving in Utah in 1847, we’re looking back on the history of St. George, Utah. The earliest known inhabitants of the area that would later become St. George were the Virgin River Anasazi, who resided…

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Easy DIY Healthy Snacks

Tips & Tricks - June 20, 2017

During St. George’s blazing summers, making DIY snacks can be an easy, healthy alternative to constantly eating out or spending time in the drive-thru line. Below are a few simple, easy ideas for making your own homemade, health-conscious snacks: Trail mix is always a convenient snack to take on the…

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Explore the Tuacahn Saturday Market

Events - June 13, 2017

Tuacahn Center for the Arts may be best-known for its Broadway caliber musicals, but there’s more than one way to experience the famed amphitheater. Every Saturday from April to October, the Tuacahn Saturday Market is held in the canyon featuring crafts, souvenirs, local artwork, food, produce and live entertainment! Admission…

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Staying Healthy During Summer in St. George

Tips & Tricks - May 30, 2017

Now that summer is upon us, temperatures in Southern Utah are quickly rising to infamous highs. With all the adventures available in the summer, it’s important to remember to stay healthy as you’re out and about in St. George and beyond. Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate Drinking water is the golden rule…

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The Rok Dox Rock SunRiver

Events - May 10, 2017

Last Thursday, April 20, SunRiver St. George was electrified by the tunes of local cover band The Rok Dox. With a set list of classic rock favorites including “Proud Mary,” “Takin’ Care of Business” and “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction,” the band got the crowd on its feet and dancing…

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A Crash Course in Social Media

Tips & Tricks - May 2, 2017

Last month, we talked about connecting with your network on Facebook and this week, we’re diving further into the world of social media by breaking down how you can use it and other social networks. Facebook Facebook remains the most widespread and common social network in all of our lives–it’s…

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Checking Off an 80th Birthday Bucket List

Uncategorized - April 25, 2017

Every SunRiver resident moves to the community with a bucket list of things he or she has always wanted to try. Some join the lawn bowling group; others take up pottery or leatherworking once they retire. For 80-year-old Gary Reich, one particular thing had been at the top of his…

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Summer Fun at Sand Hollow State Park

Tips & Tricks - April 20, 2017

As Utah’s newest state park, Sand Hollow is one of the most popular destinations in Southern Utah with all kinds of recreation opportunities for active adults. Located roughly 15 miles east of St. George off the I-15 Hurricane exit, the park is one of the most visited in the state…

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Festival Season in St. George

Events - April 6, 2017

Spring has officially sprung in Southern Utah and there is an exciting event or festival to attend nearly every weekend of April. Below are a few recommendations for what active adults won’t want to miss:   Tour de St. George Spring ’17 – April 8 With 35-, 70- and 100-mile…

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