Spring Break: Get Adventurous

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Festival of colors that took place during last year's spring break in Spanish Fork, Utah. Photo courtesy of straylighteffect.com

Festival of colors that took place during last year’s spring break in Spanish Fork, Utah. Photo courtesy of straylighteffect.com

What are you doing this Spring Break?  Unless you have an extravagant vacation planned, what do you plan on doing?  Here are some ideas for you!

On March 29th or March 30th, head over to Spanish Fork for the Holi Festival of Colors at the Krishna temple.  There will be live music and activities all day both days including the colored chalk throws every hour.  There is an entrance fee of $3.00 but many believe it completely worth the time.

If you are looking to head north, why not check out the Hogle Zoo?  The baby animals are all being born at this time, so if you enjoy seeing adorable animals, hit the Zoo.

While there, take a stroll around City Creek Mall in downtown SLC.  A day trip to Salt Lake with shopping and touring Temple Square could be a great activity.  If you are looking for a day full of fun, head to any local recreation center.  Most only cost a few dollars for an entire day pass and they include swimming, exercising, sports activities and more.

With the weather warming up, take a drive down to St. George for some great water activities and other adventures.  Zion’s National Park is only a three and a half hour drive from Ephraim and it is beautiful in the spring.  No matter what you decide to do, get outside, be with people who make you happy, and have an incredible adventure!

Make your 2014 Spring Break the best you’ve ever had and do something fun.  There are plenty other things that you can do besides what is listed, go to a park and have a picnic, spray bleach some t-shirts, go to the D.I. and find some of the craziest clothes they have and make a photo shoot out of it.  No matter what you do, just make sure you have fun, because that is what Spring Break is all about.

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