You haven’t experienced a true spring until you have lived in the sticks. The inner 4 year old child is awakened by the surplus of baby animals to be seen everywhere. As we drive down the road, the passenger seat is filled with exclamations at every field and pond passed. Baby cows running through the meadow. Baby ducks swimming in a row. Peacocks pestering cows. Baby sheep bathing in the sun.
You truly haven’t experienced spring in all its glory until you have listened to selections from Peer Gynt live. As it so happens, you can do this for free on either April 18th or April 20th at 7:30 at the Garland and Ogden tabernacles (respectively). If Peer Gynt doesn’t do it for you, the choir selections certainly will. And what isn’t more springy than live music by the Lake Bonneville Community Symphony? That was a rhetorical question. We hope to see you there, and we hope you will see many baby animals along your way.