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The 2015 Downtown Logan Sidewalk Sale Authors and Artists


The annual Logan Sidewalk Sale is this weekend July 9th-11th during regular store hours.

Every year at the annual Downtown Logan Sidewalk Sale, we invite local authors to come and sign their books and this year we are bringing in an artist to come share his artwork in our store. It  is going to be fantastic, and we’re excited to announce these authors and artists will be with us this Thursday, July 9th from 4:30-7:30 pm and this Saturday, July 11th from 12:30-4:30 pm


Thursday, July 9th               

Paul Parkinson will be coming to sign his popular new release Unselfish. “A beautiful collection that illustrates one of the best common grounds upon which we all can stand: care for each other.” — Joel Hunter.

Seth Sorensen, a Utah native, will be signing his book A Utah Story. From dinosaurs to Olympic medals, Utah’s story is action-packed and full of adventure. This fascinating book brings Utah history to life. Whether you’re an active Utahn or you’re just passing through, you’ll love reading about the unique stories, events, and people that shaped Utah into the great state it is today.

Steve Hegji, experienced hiker and wildflower enthusiast, has scaled mountain heights to bring you a priceless collection of over 200 different flowers indigenous to the Wasatch Region.  He will be here to sign his book, Wasatch Wildflowers, an indispensable guide to recognizing the simple beauties all around you; sometimes even in your own backyard

Steve Mackley will be here to show one of his paintings, Valley Treasure. This wonderful piece of artwork will bring the blessings of Cache Valley into your home or business all year long.


Saturday, July 11th

Doug Mottenen from River Heights will be signing his book If Barns Could Talk: Stories of Utah Barns, a great book featuring stories and beautiful photographs of historic Utah barns, including three barns from here in Cache Valley!

Ken Godfrey will be signing his book Logan, UT: A 150 Year History. For more than 150 years Logan has not only been the largest city in Cache Valley, but also the county seat of Cache County, Utah.  There are 454 pages of informative information about the history of Logan, City in this book. This book will refresh your memory, and you will enjoy the stroll down memory lane!

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