Logan Dance Club Spring Party

Theme: Spring green – whatever inspires you Hosted by Diane Behl and Tom Proffitt 7:00 Social hour 8:00 Dinner 9:00 Dancing to Reckless Uprising Wine, beer & sodas available for purchase or BYOB for a small corkage fee Parking: Caldwell-Banker lot two doors’ down or Garff Gardens across the street RSVP to: oneill.colleen@gmail.com by April […]

Common Ground Country Dance Family & Friends Fundraiser

Come out for Common Ground Adventure’s Country Dance Family & Friends Fundraiser! There will be dance lessons from 7:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. and dancing the rest of the night! Prizes will be raffled off throughout the night. Put on your boots and come support Common Ground Adventures!

A giant
Thank You
to all who helped us exceed our Crowdfunding goal of $18,500!
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Because of you, Logan is going to rock with the stage, speakers, and PA system your donations purchased.
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Our Mission
To provide space and opportunities for locals to connect, express themselves and, have fun together.
To assist local organizations in raising funds and awareness.
To ensure The Cache Venue employees, patrons, vendors, and investors have a rocking time making Logan more happenin'.
About The Cache Venue and its Founder

The Cache Venue is well on its way to becoming the best venue Logan has ever had! It features a large stage and a state of the art sound system in a clean and comfortable, yet edgy space. All ages are welcome, and food and drinks are available in the iconic former Gia’s space above the Factory Pizza. You can lease the space for your own event or come and see shows that we are putting on. There is plenty of parking right across the street at Garff Wayside Gardens Park. All the money we get from shows goes right back into the venue, so your support ensures that we will keep getting better and better.


Mark Lunt fell in love with Logan as he was strolling its streets as a mailman, and the Cache Venue is his latest attempt to make Logan more happinin’. Mark and his wife Janice are notorious for pushing Logan forward. In addition to serving on several local boards, they have rolled up their sleeves to make things happen. A few of their biggest hits are: co-founding Hip Mama’s Lemon-Aid over 15 years ago at the Gardner's Market, spearheading the battle to construct the Boulevard Trail which connects downtown to USU, and saving the Island Market when it needed a new roof and running it for the last 5 years. Now Mark’s focus is the Cache Venue and his goal is to make downtown Logan more happinin’ by providing a space for the community to come together and have a rockin' good time!!