Learn about Moab’s history…
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Members of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers (D.U.P.) would like to invite everyone to come by and visit the D.U.P. Hall and museum, during the summer months, on Friday evenings from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

This building, built in 1888, was the first church built in Moab and holds much of Moab’s history, including pictures, books and artifacts. 

You may also make arrangements to visit the D.U.P. Hall and museum at different times by calling any of the following phone numbers: 435-259-5282, 435-259-7793, 435-259-5229 or 435-259-7215. The hall is located at 45 North 200 East, behind the Sun basketball court. All visitors are welcome to ring the old tower bell!

Bring your family and enjoy your evening.

—Hallie Tibbitts

D.U.P. public relations, Moab

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