First Week Is In The Books



Sat Oct 08, 2016

The first week of competition is in the books. Sunday, October 9, check-in will continue along with several opportunities to celebrate the Games 30th Anniversary. The Dixie Center is open from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM to allow the maximum number of athletes the chance to receive their ID Badge along with the SWAG that comes with being an athletes at the Huntsman World Senior Games.

Cake
What kind of celebration would it be without cake? On Sunday, October 2 and Sunday, October 9, we’re having an official party with cake, balloons and party games at the Dixie Center. The festivities will begin at 5:00 PM. We'll have music and good people to get to know. It's going to be a party, so plan to attend.

Half-Minute to Win It
On Sunday, October 9, in the foyer of the Dixie Center we are having Half-Minute To Win It games for fun and fabulous prizes. (You get it, 30 seconds for 30 years? That's pretty good, huh?) Every hour on the half, (See what we there, again? A half hour is 30 minutes. This is fun.) stop by the awards stand for your chance to laugh and maybe win a prize with crazy games and contests. But you have to hurry because you only have a half-minute to win it.

Also, remember about the Concert and Celebration:

Concert & Celebration
This year the Huntsman World Senior Games celebrates its 30th year. To commemorate this "Diamond Anniversary" the Games has invited, direct from Las Vegas, Neil Diamond - The Tribute, featuring Rob Garret and the K.O.D. Band. This true to character, family-friendly tribute to one the greatest entertainers of all time, Neil Diamond, will come to the Burns Arena on the Campus of Dixie State University on Tuesday, October 11. Gates open at 6:00 PM and the show starts at 7:00 PM.  Admission is free to all and you will not want to miss this show.