Utah Navajo Fair and Rodeo Postponed to October 2017

The Utah Navajo Fair and Rodeo has been postponed.  There WILL NOT be a fair, rodeo or pow wow in Bluff during September. The event was originally scheduled for September 15 – 17, 2017.  The fair has tentatively been rescheduled for October 27 -…

First Annual Bluff Founders Day & Frybread Festival

Community Celebration of Native and Pioneer Heritage Saturday, April 8, 2017 | Free and open to the public Schedule Events Bluff Street Parade From the Community Center to Twin Rocks Café | 10 am – noon Floats welcome!   Bluff Fort Heritage Activities Bluff Fort…

Bluff EMT receives Utah Distinguished Service Award

Kathy Carson receives 2016 Distinguished Service Award for emergency medical services work After 40 years of volunteer service to bring emergency medical services to Bluff, Kathy Meck Carson has received the 2016 Distinguished Service Award from the Utah Emergency Medical Services Award Committee. Kathy…

Hovenweep: December’s National Park Getaway

The Ancient Towers of Hovenweep National Monument December’s National Park Getaway destination 6 ancient villages in one spectacular National Monument: This December, the National Park Service is highlighting Hovenweep National Monument as the National Park Getaway! And what perfect timing, with cooler temps, quiet…

Bluff International Balloon Festival: 19 years of history

Nineteen years and running – well, flying – makes for a pretty special Bluff International Balloon Festival. And it’s not just the fun balloon names like Breezy Rider, Basketcase, and Levity. So what makes this long-standing Bluff tradition stick? Each year, 25 or so…

Free Grant Writing Workshop Sept. 27

Grant-Writing Basics: a Free Hands-on Workshop September 27, 2016 2 -4 PM, Bluff Community Center Join grants managers Laurel Cannon Alder, Utah Division of Arts & Museums and Jodi Graham, Utah Humanities for a free, hands-on workshop. Learn best practices and tools for getting…

Happy 100th Birthday, National Park Service!

August 25th marks the Centennial of the Park Service, and since National Parks are known as America’s Great Invention, that’s certainly reason to celebrate 100 years! When it comes to Utah, we know how to do National Parks in style. Utah’s first national park was Zion National Park, created in 1919. But…

Secretary Jewell to discuss protection of Bears Ears at public meeting

Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell and Under Secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture Robert Bonnie are coming to Bluff on Saturday, July 16th for a public listening session on different proposals to protect public lands in the area. Secretary Jewell and Under…

8 Great Road Trips Ideas from Bluff

Here in our little corner of southeast Utah, we seem to be central to everything! From the scenic views of Monument Valley, the dizzying bends of Goosenecks State Park to the majestic bridges of Natural Bridges National Monument, Bluff boasts an expansive backyard.  If you’re…

Bluff Arts Festival: Trail of the Artists

Here is all you need to navigate the 2015 Bluff Arts Festival Trail of the Artists Friday Oct. 16 – Saturday, Oct. 17. The map below will help you decide at which gallery to begin your tour. Additional Details For more details on the…

Friday Night at the Fort

The Bluff Fort has announced the schedule of Friday Night at the Fort programs for April and May 2015. If you are in Bluff on a Friday evening, be sure to check out the entertainment at the Bluff Fort.  Each Friday evening program features…