Tucked away in Utah’s beautiful northern country, Cache County is a burgeoning center for the arts.
Cache Valley is a showstopper of an art community. (No, it’s not New York City, but you also won’t spend your paycheck on a cab to the symphony.) Want to see a broadway show in a historic theater? Bring your jazz hands to Ellen Eccles Theater. Or maybe you’re more of a gallery stroller, severe haircut and a fancy beverage in hand? Logan’s got you, boo. Perhaps you were first-chair-something in your high school orchestra? You’d have to travel far to find a better performance of a Tchaikovsky violin concerto.
...All that and you want mountain scenery that (#sorrynotsorry, NYC) no metropolitan center can offer? It’s a lot to ask, but Cache Valley is your answer: world-class culture nestled betwixt dairy farms.
Take a scenic drive, stop in at a classic cafe for dinner, and enjoy the show.
Ellen Eccles Theater
Originally built in 1923 and restored in 1993 ($4.3 million later).
• dance performances
• family pops concerts
• choral festivals
• Broadway shows
• The Nutcracker
Caine Lyric Theater
Utah State University's theater department hosts the Lyric Repertory Company. Established 1913.
• plays & musicals
• Big River
• Three Sisters
Built in 1924, and home to Utah Festival Opera & Musical Theater. Ever heard of Michael Ballam? Oh, he’s just an art god that locals sacrifice Cache County cows to...kidding! But he’s pretty dang amazing.
Bear Lake’s own theater, open all summer long at the lake and for the holiday season in winter in Logan.
• plays & musicals
• Bandito’s Christmas Carol
The second Friday of the even months. Art of all types in the storefronts of Logan’s historic downtown. Usually some food options.
60 West 100 North Logan, UT 84321
75 S Main Street Logan, UT 84231
493 N 100 E Hyde Park, UT 84318
Historic Downtown Walking Tour
Bluebird Cafe, Tabernacle, Ellen Eccles Theater, Cache County Courthouse
Pioneer heritage right before your eyes: smithing, trekking, sawing, cooking and more.
Fall Festival & Corn Maze & Haunted Hollow (autumn months)
Locally made ice cream, cheese, chocolates, honey, berries and locally roasted coffee.
Gardeners’ Market May – October, every Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
See Native American, mountain man and Mormon historical sites.
If you’re into mountain rivers, roadside picnic areas, and winding roads that lead to beautiful lakes.
Where people still believe in exploration, education and stewardship. And hanging out with kids in nature.
Mendon May Day (May)
Clarkston Pony Express Days (June)
Nibley’s Heritage Days (June)
Logan Summerfest Arts Faire (June)
Art on the Lawn (June)
Hyrum’s Star-Spangled Week (July)
Preston’s Famous Night Rodeo (July)
Bear Lake Raspberry Days (August)
Cache County Fair & Rodeo (August)
River Heights Apple Days (August)
Paradise Trout and Berry Days (August)
Wellsville Founder’s Day (September)
Providence’s Annual Sauerkraut Dinner (October)
North Logan Pumpkin Walk (October)
Logan’s Novemberfest (November)
Pickleville Playhouse Christmas (December)