LDS Events Calendar

by | Jul. 24, 2013

LDS Life

Utah Pioneer Days

July 22-24, West Jordan, Utah

This wonderful celebration of the lives of the pioneers will span three whole days filled with pageants, concerts, games, Dutch oven cook-offs, fireworks and more! Don't miss out on the youth pageant that was written by Merrill Osmond. It's sure to features some wonderful, young talent and honor all the pioneers who helped settle the Salt Lake Valley. This event is also meant to raise hearing-health awareness and benefit local deaf children in the community with the gift of better hearing.

Nauvoo Pageant - “A Tribute to Joseph Smith”

July 9–August 3, Tuesdays through Saturdays, beginning at 8:30 p.m., Nauvoo, Illinois

Narrated by Parley P. Pratt, the pageant emphasizes the prophetic mission of Joseph Smith and honors the sacrifice, faith and courage of the Saints who gave their all to build a city and a temple to their God.

Men and Women of Faith Lecture - “Amy Brown Lyman's Mission in Europe”

Aug. 8, 7:00 p.m., Assembly Hall, Salt Lake City, Utah

Accompanying her mission president husband to Europe in 1936, Amy Brown Lyman, then serving as a counselor in the general Relief Society presidency, faced the challenge of adapting programs developed in the Mormon heartland to conditions in the international Church.

Mercy River Concert: Our Favorite Things

Aug. 9, 7:00 p.m., Midvale, Utah

Enjoy Mercy River as you've never seen them before--right up close, with a small audience, in the exclusive setting of Azevedo Studios! Tickets are $15 online; $20 at the door (if any tickets are left.) 7pm; doors open at 6:30pm.

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