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There are a wide variety of events held in Provo throughout the year. Provo is a very active community that holds tons of events. There are three different kinds of events in Provo City:
These are events that are not sponsored by Provo City. Instead these are large scale activities put on by a third party. These event require an application process with the city for a Special Events License.
Events sponsored by Provo City. These are events that are made to strengthen our community. There are unique events every year in addition to our long running annual events.
Provo City is lucky enough to have its own theater for performing arts. They host a variety of events from local performances to large scale performances of well known bands.
07:00 PM AuthorLink: TombQuest with Michael Northrop
AuthorLink: TombQuest with Michael Northrop
Come and meet Michael Northrop, author of Scholastic’s new multi-platform adventure, TombQuest! Find out about this fun new series and create Egypt-themed crafts—if you dare!More
07:00 PM AuthorLink with Jennifer Jenkins
07:00 PM Learn It: Provo's Two Tabernacles
Learn It: Provo's Two Tabernacles
Provo’s two tabernacles stood at the literal and symbolic center of Provo. The LDS Church History Department and the BYU Office of Public Archaeology excavated the Tabernacle block in 2011 and 2012.Ryan Saltzgiver, an archaeologist involved in the excavation project, will share insight into the earliest period of the history of Provo and discuss the meaning and symbolism behind the two Provo Tabernacles using archaeological evidence and documentary history.More
07:00 PM Learn It: Revitalize Your Relationship- For Couples
Learn It: Revitalize Your Relationship- For Couples
Nevin Alderman, clinical director of Renew Relationship Counselling, will present a mini-workshop for couples (dating or married) meant to promote relational connection and strength in couples. This workshop will focus on creating enduring love, specifically on how happy couples stay in love and how unhappy couples renew their love.More
07:00 PM Fall Folktale Fun
Fall Folktale Fun
It’s fall and time for telling stories! Come learn more about folktales in disguise. You’ll see stories read, hear stories told, and dress your stories up as a performance in this folktale workshop presented by the Covey Center for the Arts and their fall production of one of America’s favorite folktales, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.More
07:00 PM AuthorLink with Julie Rowse
07:00 PM Cantorum Chamber Choir
07:00 PM AuthorLink with Brooke Arnold
AuthorLink with Brooke Arnold
Come and hear author and scientist Brooke Arnold talk about chemistry and supervillains in her new book, Elements of Evil. There will be science experiments, contests, and prizes at this all-ages event!More
11:00 AM Teen Book Fest with Rick Yancey
Teen Book Fest with Rick Yancey
Only the strongest survive at this year’s Teen Book Fest with bestselling author Rick Yancey! Meet Yancey, participate in activities and games, and get a free book!More
LIMITED tickets will be available Saturday, October 10 to Provo City Library cardholders at the First Floor Reference Desk. Any remaining tickets will be released to the general public on October 17.
07:00 PM Learn It: Provo's Two Temples
Learn It: Provo's Two Temples
Provo is home to two temples—one built from the ground up, the other born like a phoenix from the ashes of a beloved historic building destroyed by fire. BYU professor Richard O. Cowan, co-author of the book Provo’s Two Temples will tell their fascinating stories.More
06:30 PM Toil & Trouble Teen Movie Night
Toil & Trouble Teen Movie Night
We are going to have a spook-tacular time at our Halloween-themed movie night! Come and watch Max and Dani take on the Sanderson Witches in Disney’s classic Hocus Pocus. We’ll play ghoulish games and make crafts while we watch the movie, and of course there will be plenty of candy!More
05:00 PM Halloween Carnival
Saturday, October 31, 5:00-10:00PMMore
$5/adults, $4/youth (3-17)
Join other ghosts, super heroes, witches, and princesses at the Recreation Center for a chance to wander the Wonderland Cake Walk, take a shot at Angry Birds, create some autumn crafts, and dozens of other activities.
Entertainment, crafts, and character meet-and-greets will give every member of the family something to enjoy.
For older and braver ghouls, journey through the zombie graveyard, haunted asylum, and clown hallway in the Haunted House of Horrors. This portion of the event is best for adults and youth over age 10.