The Bryce Canyon Winter Festival has something for everyone. There will be Free clinics, demos and tours. Events may be subject to change due to snow and weather conditions, but the Bryce Canyon Winter Festival will be held regardless of snow conditions.
- And so much more!!!
“Balance Bodywork and Wellness”
Come join Cayman Cardiff, a licensed massage therapist and business owner, for an hour of tips and tricks of the body, self-care and personal massage techniques. Learn how to keep your body feeling rejuvenated, refreshed and pain free!
Surefire tips to improve your photography an introduction to valuable tips to significantly improve you landscape photography by professional photographer, Lloyd Eldredge.
Home Decor Craft
This project is a doubled sided vinyl or painted (stenciled) framed decor, you can choose from 4 different seasonal or holiday designs. one side $15.00, double sided $20.00. So fun and you will be amazed how easy it is.
Magical Puppeteering with Miss September
Miss September- Join in the fun as we celebrate the new release of Miss September’s newest book with her entertaining and magical show “Adventures with Snowgran”. She will take you on a magical adventure with her 45 minute fun-filled performance, as she opens up and explores the wonderful and magical world of reading. This enthralling performance includes comedy, magic, puppets, music and tons of audience participation that will leave you wanting so much more.
Mary Ann Wright-Certified Yoga Instructor, long time practice, Has been teaching yoga in Central Utah, mainly to seniors, for over 2 years.
Open to Everyone-From beginning to experienced yoga. Hatha Yoga builds physical and mental strength using postures and breath.
Ski archery competition takes place on Sunday and the Cross Country ski races on Monday. If you would like to participate with us this year or would like more information, Call: (435) 834-5341 or 1-866-866-6616.
For a detailed schedule visit www.rubysinn.com
Evening Balloon Glow
Sunday, February 17th 6:30PM-7:30PM
Sinclair/Shuttle Parking Lot
|Sally and Tom Bartsch||Arizona Dawn|
|Gene Clewley||Genes Dream|
|Phil & Sally Heinrich||Patience|
|Josh Lewis||Czech It Out|
|Ken Tocker||Jelly Bean|
Jeff and Colleen West
Sunday, February 17, 2019 8:00PM,
Red Canyon Room A & B
“Places to Add to Your Bucket List”….if you can’t sit still and crave adventure! We will share ideas of some places to visit and what to do once you get there. Come share and learn valuable travel tips with suggested ideas for fun and enriching life experiences. Jeff and Colleen West, both recently retired, Jeff was director of Cyber Security at Questar Corp and Colleen was professor of dance at BYU. They love outdoor activities, travel and adventure. They are the parents of 4 children and have 10 grandchildren. (Who they love dearly). Between the two of them, they have enjoyed the cultures of 41 countries, whether it be river rafting in the Grand Canyon, hikin in the Canadian Rockies or the Alps, they both love meeting new people, absorbing beautiful scenery and experiencing unique cultural differences.
Ruby’s Inn is set to host its 33rd annual Bryce Canyon Winter Festival, which will be held President’s Day weekend, Feb. 16-18. The event will feature several free and paid family-friendly clinics, demos, tours and activities, including a balloon glow after dark—an activity that was introduced at last year’s festival.
“One reason we hold the Winter Festival is to provide opportunities for visitors to enjoy the beautiful
winterland of Bryce Canyon Country,” Deanna Moore, Winter Festival director at Ruby’s Inn, said. “The festival is a great yearly tradition that has seen a lot of success—it not only gives our guests dozens of great activities to participate in, but also showcases the unique winter scenery of Bryce Canyon.”
“We’ve had several people ask if we are still having the festival with the low amount of snow, but I tell
them that 90 percent of our activities are not dependent on weather, so plan on coming.” Moore said.
Some of the outdoor activities included in the three-day festival schedule are cross country ski tours,
archery clinics, snowshoe tours and ski clinics. In addition, the festival highlights several indoor activities for those looking to stay out of the cold. These activities include photography clinics, dance instruction, pottery making, photo contest, crafts for kids, kayaking demos, watercolor painting, cookie decorating and family history clinics.
Adventurers will also find several other activities at the Winter Festival. A complete schedule of event
activities can be found here. “We want everyone who attends to feel like they have plenty to do,” Moore said. “The various activities ensure that kids, teenagers and adults will all be entertained.”
Aside from the activities available at the Winter Festival, Ruby’s Inn also provides additional adventures that are available all winter long. These activities include outdoor ice skating, horse-drawn sleigh rides, horseback riding and cross-country skiing.
Depending on weather conditions, events at the Winter Festival are subject to change; however, the
event will still be held regardless of snow levels. Those wishing to sign up for competitions or who are