ST. GEORGE — Every wedding has at least one memorable story, which is often told — and retold— throughout the years. Some stories are loving and sweet, some are dramatic, some are sad and some are funny. Stories may include clashes with in-laws, cakes which fail or fail to arrive, wedding clothing malfunctions, rings misplaced or lost, or guests who act out.
On Thursday, April 16 at the St. George Art Museum brides Norma Jean Robins, Marie Jennings Rice, Joyce Beazer and Lisa Rutherford will tell their wedding stories as presenters in the Third Thursday Art Conversation.
Stories to be told, beginning at 7 p.m. by these four brides whose dresses are also on display, will be as they recall the memorably humorous, dramatic, happy or woeful events of their own most special day.
The Third Thursday Art Conversation is presented free-of-charge and is the final Third Thursday program before “Here Come the Gowns: 150 Years of Wedding Dresses,” the museum’s current display closes on May 9.
The St. George Art Museum is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 47 E. 200 N. in St. George According to the museum mission statement, the city-owned and operated facility exists “to educate … through quality exhibitions from all periods, cultures and media … and to collect, conserve, inventory, exhibit and interpret art and artifacts from Utah and the West.”
For more information call 435- 627-4525.