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KUER in St. George — April 5-8

Aerial view of St. George, Utah.
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KUER is heading south, and we are so excited to connect with you. Check out when and where you can find us in St. George — and please come say hello!

Broadcasting LIVE from St. George:
From Wednesday, Apr. 5, to Friday, April 7, make sure to tune in to “All Things Considered” (4-7 p.m.) to hear KUER’s Pamela McCall host LIVE from the campus of Utah Tech University. And on Friday, April 7, we’ll air a special StoryCorp episode featuring a resident of nearby Dameron Valley.

St. George Art Festival:  
Stop by this beloved festival in Town Square to enjoy food, performing arts, fine art — and KUER! We’ll be located near the information booth, joined by our friends at PBS Utah, to connect, give away swag and offer fun art projects for kids. We’ll be there on Friday, April 7, from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. and again on Saturday, April 8, from 10 a.m.- 4 p.m.

Mug Stops:
KUER is bringing our Mug Stops back to Southern Utah! We’ll be at two locations, Xetava Gardens in Ivins on Friday, April 7, and Caffe Elevato on Saturday, April 8. Meet KUER staff, and make a $10 donation to pick up an exclusive custom mug featuring the wildlife of Utah. Oh, and we’ll kick in a free cup of coffee!

Mug Stop at Xetava Gardens:
Friday, April 7, 10 a.m. - noon
Xetava Gardens - Located in the Kayenta Art Village
815 Coyote Gulch Ct, Ivins, UT
Join us on the patio to soak in the spring weather.

Mug Stop at Caffe Elevato:
Saturday, April 8, 9 a.m.-11 a.m.
Caffe Elevato
1664 S Dixie Drive, Ste K102
St. George, Utah 84770

Our exclusive Mug Stop mug was designed by local artist and designer Carsten Angerhofer. This compilation of Utah’s unique flora and fauna is a metaphor for the diversity of the unique people, places and stories that KUER covers across the state.

We love our Southern Utah community. We hope you find time to stop by and say hi!

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