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Grand Canyon—North Rim
Park and concessions open May 15th – October 15th Walks and Talks
At the Kanab GSENM Visitor Center. April through October. Walks and Talks are offered monthly. Dates and times vary. You can find out more information by contacting the GSENM Visitor Center www.gsenm.org/events or 435-644-4680. Contact: Mary Dewitz 435-644-1200. Farmer's Market
In Kanab on the lawn of the Kane County Office of Tourism. The Kane County Farmers Market will be held every Saturday from the first Saturday in June, June 2, through October 13, beginning at 9:00 to 12 noon. There will be fresh fruit and vegetables, crafts, food and food preparation. Contact arty Feely 435-899-1115. North Rim Regulators Shoot
Cowboy competitive action shooting. Participants dress in costumes of the old west. Starts at 9:00 am 1st Saturday of each month at the Shooting Range on Hwy 89 three miles north of Kanab. www.northrimreulators.org or Don Kramer 435-644-3577. Wednesday Night at the Terrace
In Kanab behind the Kanab City Museum at 8:00 pm, through the summer months. Local entertainment. Contact Lillian Gurr at 435-644-2289. Canyon Country Quilt Guild
At S.W.A.T.C. Second Thursday of each month. Contact Karen Kramer 435-644-3577. Juniper Fine Arts Gallery
Below Kanab Heritage Museum. May through September. Contact Win Barney 435-644-3550.Crescent Moon Theater
Every Monday in February classic films are shown, including Key Largo and Algiers. Please call the theater for further information at 644-2350. Shows at 7:00 p.m., $2.00; free decaf and cookies.
First-run films are shown Wednesday thru Friday at 7:30 p.m., and Saturday at 1:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. Check the marquee or phone the theater for more information – 644-2350.Best Friends Animal Sanctuary - Animal Lover's Haven - Year-round
Five miles north of Kanab in Angel's Canyon resides the home of thousands of rescued animals at the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary. This no-kill clinic is one of the largest in the country and well-known throughout the world. Volunteers travel thousands of miles for the opportunity to contribute to the mission of the great non-profit organization. One of its latest rescues included all of the abandoned and injured dogs and cats victimized by Hurricane Katrina. Another interested face, the National Georgraphic Channels television series 'Dogtown' was filmed here.