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Mother/Daughter Nights
A chance for mothers and daughters to spend some quality time together and have some fun! Improve communication and trust through many of the difference activities on the course. Reinforce that special bond between mother and daughter.

Next Available Mother/Daughter Nights Out:

  • July 26th
  • August 23rd
  • September 27th
  • October 25th

Register for this great mother/daughter experience today at ropes.usu.edu or call (435) 797-0089.

Driving Directions to the Ropes Course:

From Logan’s Main Street:

  • Go East on Center Street (toward the nearest mountains)
  • Continue on Center Street through the stop light at 100 East, and down the small hill
  • At the bottom of the hill, turn left onto Canyon Road
  • Continue East on Canyon Road; Go through the four-way stop
  • From the four-way stop, go 1.1 miles and you will see the Ropes Course sign on your left
  • Take the gravel road on your left
  • Follow this gravel road past the “No Trespassing” sign and past the house
  • The road will take you to the Ropes Course parking area

From Utah State University:

  • Go East on 400 north (to the Mouth of Logan Canyon)
  • You will drive past the Forest Service Station on you right and down the steep hill
  • At the bottom of the hill, turn right onto Canyon Road (before you cross the bridge)
  • Continue West on Canyon Road and drive around First Dam (heading West)
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Couples Retreats
These retreats have been specifically designed for married couples. So whether you’ve been together for a few months or many years, you’ll improve your communication skills, your trust in each other, and re-connect as a couple. The night also includes dinner for two and a keynote speaker.

Next Available Couples Retreats Dates:

  • August 7th
  • September 4th
  • October 2nd

Register for this amazing opportunity today at ropes.usu.edu or call 435-797-0089

Driving Directions to the Ropes Course

From Logan’s Main Street:

  • Go East on Center Street (toward the nearest mountains)
  • Continue on Center Street through the stop light at 100 East, and down the small hill
  • At the bottom of the hill, turn left onto Canyon Road
  • Continue East on Canyon Road; Go through the four-way stop
  • From the four-way stop, go 1.1 miles and you will see the Ropes Course sign on your left
  • Take the gravel road on your left
  • Follow this gravel road past the “No Trespassing” sign and past the house
  • The road will take you to the Ropes Course parking area

From Utah State University:

  • Go East on 400 north (to the Mouth of Logan Canyon)
  • You will drive past the Forest Service Station on you right and down the steep hill
  • At the bottom of the hill, turn right onto Canyon Road (before you cross the bridge)
  • Continue West on Canyon Road and drive around First Dam (heading West)

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Date Nights
Why just watch an adventure with your date, come and experience one! A date night at the Ropes Course will be filled with fun and adventure for you and your date; and you just may learn something new along the way!

The next available Date nights are:

  • July 31st
  • August 28th
  • September 25th

Register your experience today at ropes.usu.edu or call (435) 797-0089

Driving Directions to the Ropes Course

From Logan’s Main Street:

  • Go East on Center Street (toward the nearest mountains)
  • Continue on Center Street through the stop light at 100 East, and down the small hill
  • At the bottom of the hill, turn left onto Canyon Road
  • Continue East on Canyon Road; Go through the four-way stop
  • From the four-way stop, go 1.1 miles and you will see the Ropes Course sign on your left
  • Take the gravel road on your left
  • Follow this gravel road past the “No Trespassing” sign and past the house
  • The road will take you to the Ropes Course parking area

From Utah State University:

  • Go East on 400 north (to the Mouth of Logan Canyon)
  • You will drive past the Forest Service Station on you right and down the steep hill
  • At the bottom of the hill, turn right onto Canyon Road (before you cross the bridge)
  • Continue West on Canyon Road and drive around First Dam (heading West)

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The Cache Valley Relay for life will be held on July 9-10, 2010 on the Ralph Maughan Track Stadium. Relay Starts July 9th at 5pm and ends July 10th at 5pm.

Let’s help stop cancer together. Come to the relay for life or donate to the Relay for Life Today! Every dollar helps.

The American Cancer Society – 2010 Relay For Life of Cache County:

Directions to the Ralph Maughan Track Stadium
Ralph Maughan Track Stadium is located off of 800 East at approximately 1200 North and 800 East.

• From Main Street and Center Street. (Center Street Grill is on the Southeast Corner).
• Take Main Street, North to 1000 North.
• Take Right on 1000 North to 800 East.
• Take Left on 800 East until you reach 1200 North. (Entrance to Romney Stadium parking lot).
• Take Right into Romney Stadium parking lot, heading East.
• The track is located on the East side of 800 East directly to the Northeast of Romney Stadium.

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USU Gymnastics Camp
2010 Camp Dates July 12 – 16, 2010
Utah State University Campus
Logan, Utah
Register today at 1-800-538-2663 or visit youth.usu.edu/gymnastics

Join Jeff Richards, Utah State University ‘s Head Women’s Gymnastics Coach, along with his coaching staff for this week long camp. The USU Gymnastics Camp is available to female gymnasts.
Gymnasts from throughout the region will participate in this weeklong intensive camp designed to increase your skills and abilities. USU’s popular summer camp offers you the individualized coaching you need to advance your gymnastics skills. Our experienced coaching staff will work with you to assess your current level, and provide you with the attention you need to practice and perform elements in accordance with the new Junior Olympic compulsories and optional skills.
You will participate in hours of gymnastics coaching and practice; however, we know a successful camp must allow you some time to relax and participate in activities. At the USU Gymnastics Camp, you will participate in daily activities including swimming, team-building games, and have an opportunity to try to reach the top of our 24′ climbing wall!

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The Wildland Shrub Symposium Series are developed by The Shrub Research Consortium (SRC), which was formed in 1983 and now has 27 institutional members. Contributed oral and poster presentations on all aspects of shrublands are encouraged. Symposium proceedings will be published by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.

May 18-20, 2010 from 7:30 am – 5:00 pm at the Eccles Conference Center, 700 North 850 South, Logan UT

* $50 for Students & $225 for Professionals

Reghister Today at wss2010.usu.edu

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Trust & TeamworkCome Participate in this great FREE event!!!

May 19, 2010 at the Eccles Conference Center room 205/207 from 12:00-1:00 Register at www.valueaddedworkplace.usu.edu

The USU Ropes Course staff will be on-site teaching principles like trust & teamwork through fun games & activities in this interactive seminar!!!!

Just in time for the USU ropes course annual open house May 20 & 22, 2010 from 12:00 to 2:00.

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