"Shape of Summer" Garden and Arts Gala

 

Bruce Bugbee and Diana West invite you to an evening of food, music and art.
Saturday, August 5th, 2017
Dinner begins at 6:00 p.m. The rest of the evening takes place at 7:00 p.m.
82 Crockett Ave. Logan, Utah


Off Premise Catering will serve a sit-down dinner in the garden at 6 p.m. Dinner guests are encouraged to arrive between 5:00 and 5:30 p.m. The evening will include tours of the historic Crockett Home and garden, live music, watercolor demonstrations and silent auction. Tickets will also be available for those who would rather join us after dinner at 7:00 p.m.

Tickets are $100 per person - $60 without dinner. Click here to purchase tickets.

Music offered by the USU Department of Music Aggie Music Project featuring: Corey Christiansen, Jon Gudmundson, Max Matzen and Jason Nicholson. Plein Air art water color on site by the Traveling Colors Plein Air Group featuring Kristi Grussendorf, Brienne Brown, Jana Parkin, Rebecca Hartvigsen and Paige Kimball. Tours of the historic home. Catering by Justin Hamilton, Off Premise. 


About the hosts: Diana West is Executive Administrator and Curriculum Director at Walden School of Liberal Arts in Salt Lake City. Dr. Bruce Bugbee is Founder of Apogee Instruments and USU professor in the Plants, Soils and Climate Department.  Diana and Bruce are the current owners of the Crockett Home.

About the home: The Alvin D. Crockett Home on Crockett Avenue is significant both for its architecture and as the home of two generations of the Crockett family. The unique architecture, characterized by the steeply pitched roof with multiple dormers, reflects the Gothic Revival period. At the time of its construction in 1887, the house was one of the most elaborate homes in the Island neighborhood. Alvin D. Crockett was the first mayor of Logan and his son, John A. Crockett, also served as Logan’s mayor.

About the garden: Each year, the West-Bugbee family creates garden art at their historic Logan home for the people of Cache Valley to enjoy. This year, the garden is a salute to (Richard) Buckminster Fuller, an American architect, systems theorist, author and designer. He also developed numerous inventions, mainly architectural designs, and popularized the widely known geodesic dome which will be the centerpiece of their garden this year.