O.O.W.U with Tr^veler, Deevomax, HalfBad, Jay Swi$$, The Mishap

Bicycling Basics 3 of 16 - Tools to carry and how to use them

Third event in our 16 session series! Join us for any or all events in this series to learn skills that will make you safer and more confident to deal with whatever happens during your ride. And we'll throw in a few events just for fun, like cycling and yoga, green bikes and electric bikes. This week...Tools to carry for on the road repairs and how to use them. A small kit is all you need to handle most basic issues you'll encounter when riding. At some time you are going to have a flat tire, need to adjust your saddle or brakes and maybe even fix a broken chain. But that shouldn't keep you from riding. Join us to find out what you should carry and even more to use it! Guthrie Bicycles will offer 20% off all accessories for participants! If weather and time permit, we'll also take a group ride. So bring your bike and helmet and a light if you have one. IMPORTANT...We are not about racing, pace lines or lycra! We want EVERYONE to be riding bicycles. Ride to work, to shop, to spend time with family or meet friends. Every time that you ride instead of drive you positively affect physical and mental health, air quality and awareness of cyclists on the road. It's a win-win! email:

Coming to America: New Americans Share Their Stories

In the spirit of United We Read SLC, and in support of New Americans, a guest panel of youths and adults will share their experiences of coming to the United States.  Firsthand stories will be followed by Q&A.

Monthly Acoustic Showcase: (Performers TBA)

Rogue Wave performs "Asleep at Heaven's Gate"

Rogue Wave are excited to announce the 10th anniversary re-issue of their seminal album ‘Asleep at Heaven’s Gate’ and will be on a national tour in spring to play the album in full as well as other favorites. The limited edition 2xLP reissue will be fully remastered and will feature 4 rare or unreleased tracks, including a version of the Beatles’ “All You Need is Love”.

Live Band Karaoke with This is Your Band

Come have the time of your life singing with Utah's best karaoke band: This Is Your Band! With over 1000 songs to choose from, awesome band mates, a live teleprompter, and no cover charge, you're ready to spend Thursday night as a superstar!

Grant Farm

Samba Fogo Presents Ouca-Listen

Samba Fogo proudly presents: Ouca – Listen April 26th through 28th.  This is an evening of live music and dance, on fire. Drawing on rich Afro-Brazilian culture and mythology, Samba Fogo ignites the stage as they weave traditional and contemporary dance, fire spinning, and diverse live music. The concert will feature original musical compositions, sound scores, and high-energy choreography, performed by a cast of over 35 spectacular artists, including a dance company of 12. The live band for this year’s concert includes vocalists Solange Gomes and George Edgar Brown, hailing from São Paulo and Brasilia, Brazil. These talented vocalists will be backed by a string quintet, a horn line, and a mobile “bateria” Brazilian drumline – a diverse and dynamic orchestra, providing a rhythmic and musical backdrop inspired by traditions from Cuba, Africa, and Brazil.  Tickets available at

Declutter Drive at the Ogden Restore

In celebration of Earth Day, the Habitat Ogden ReStore is kicking off their Declutter Drive all month long in April. Spring is coming, which also means that Spring cleaning is essential in most homes. The Declutter Drive is to challenge residents to donate items to the ReStore rather than throwing them into the dump. In celebration of Earth Day (April 22nd), the Declutter Drive will hopefully bring awareness to residents in Weber and Davis Counties about the nonprofit ReStore. Home improvement Items can be donated to a nonprofit thrift store rather than putting them in the landfill. The Habitat Ogden ReStore offers a free pick-up service for residents in Weber and Davis Counties. This can be helpful for those who have large items, including furniture, appliances, lumber, and so much more. A donation receipt will be given for IRS tax-deductible purposes. Drop-off donations are acceptable from Tuesday thru Saturdays from 10 AM to 5:30 PM. The Habitat ReStore is a nonprofit home improvement thrift store and donation center. It is operated and affiliated with the local Habitat for Humanity of Weber and Davis Counties (HabitatWD). The goal is to keep good and working home improvement items out of the landfill. The donated items are sold at a fraction of the cost to the general public. Proceeds from sales go back towards HabitatWD. The funds are used for building and repairing homes for local low-income families in need. The Ogden ReStore is located at 3111 Wall Avenue Ogden UT 84401. Operating hours are Tuesday thru Saturday from 10 AM to 6 PM. For the year 2017, it was calculated that the local Habitat Ogden ReStore diverted over 303 tons of items from the landfill. This is the equivalent to the weight of 30 box trucks. Items that can be donated include appliances, artwork, building materials and lumber, cabinets, 2013 or newer dishwashers, doors, electrical items, new flooring, furniture, hardware, LED TVs, lighting, new paint, plumbing, tools, and windows. For more information, please visit the site. Anyone can shop. Anyone can donate. And anyone can volunteer at the local Ogden ReStore. The Declutter Drive will begin April 1st and end on April 30th. When you donate to the nonprofit Habitat ReStore in April, you will receive a $5 coupon to use before May 1st. You can schedule your free pick-up now or drop-off your unwanted home improvement items today. Call the ReStore at 801-393-3287.

Arbor Day Celebration - ZAP Free Day

There’s no better place than Red Butte Garden to celebrate Arbor Day! As Utah’s very own arboretum, we can't wait to share the wonderful world of trees. Due to the generous support of Rocky Mountain Power, join us for a fun day of activities and leave with a free tree to take home (while supplies last). Thanks to funding in part by Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts, and Parks Program (ZAP) Arbor Day is a ZAP Free Day! Everyone enjoys free Garden admission.