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The History of Fire Dancing

The ancient art of fire dancing began hundreds of years ago by the people of Polynesia. In an area spanning over 4,000 square miles with hundreds of islands, it’s hard to pin-point exactly where in Polynesia fire dancing began. However it is believed that the Maori people of New Zealand were the first pioneers as the originators of poi.

 

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When To Start Planting In Northern Utah

 With the weather warming up, it’s time to start planning for the upcoming growing season. While each location has its own unique weather conditions, here are some tips for planting along the Wasatch Front.

The average date of the last spring frost will vary with location and elevation. Listed below are the 30-year average last frost dates for various cities.

City Average Last Frost*

Bountiful – Val Verda, April 17
Farmington, May 5
Midvale, May 13
Ogden, May 3
Provo – Airport, May 21
Provo – BYU, May 1
Salt Lake City – Airport, April 26
Salt Lake City – U of U, May 1
Salt Lake County – Cottonwood Weir, April 30
Tooele, May 7
Tremonton, May 3

*For more information on freeze dates and Utah’s climate, go to http://climate.usu.edu/

 

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Do you eat right?

STUDY – AMERICANS THINK THEY EAT RIGHT, BUT NEARLY ALL ARE NUTRIENT DEPRIVED

 

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Wedding Anniversary Gifts

 

Although it is purely optional, listed below are the traditional materials matching each wedding anniversary year. This is a great way to start your brainstorming for anniversary gift-giving even if you end up choosing a material that is different from your current anniversary year.

 

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