Outdoors Report

-- Salt Lake Tribune: Utah gave group $400,000 to sue the feds on public lands issues. It never did. What happened? 

-- Salt Lake Tribune: Locals worry about massive ‘glamping’ resort proposed near Zion National Park 

-- Salt Lake Tribune: Fire restrictions — including limits on target shooting — go into effect in Utah County, Glen Canyon area

-- Salt Lake Tribune: Feds warn boaters, swimmers to stay out of potash canals on Bonneville Salt Flats

-- KSL.com: Utah has an invasive bullfrog problem, so the DWR wants you to eat them

-- KSL.com: How you can virtually compete in a Utah running and biking series

-- KSL.com: Trial tests begin at 2 marinas in effort to stop Utah Lake’s algae problems


-- Bowie Concert Cruise, through Sunday, 6 p.m., Downtown Salt Lake City, 200 South Main Street, Salt Lake City


-- “Cinderella” through June 27, Parker Theatre

-- “Hairspray” through June 27, Hurricane Valley Theatrical Company 

-- “South Pacific” through July 3, Outlaw Trail Theatre 

-- “Through Yonder Window” through July 3, SONDERimmersive 

Et cetra

-- Military Appreciation Train, Friday, 7 p.m., Heber Valley Railroad, 450 South 600 West, Heber City

-- Red Rock Rondo, DOCUTAH International Documentary Film Festival, Friday, 7 p.m., Main Street Theaters, 905 South Main Street, Saint George

-- Panguitch Valley Balloon Rally, Friday and Saturday, Panguitch Main Street, 90 East Center Street, Panguitch

-- Some-Arts Fest, Friday and Saturday, Greenleaf Gourds and Greenhouse, 48 Center Street, Providence

-- The 8th Annual SLUG Cat, Saturday, 4 p.m., Saturday Cycles, 605 North 300 West, Salt Lake City

-- Taylorsville Dayzz Fireworks, Saturday, 10 p.m., Taylorsville Valley Regional Park, 5100 South 2700 West, Taylorsville