Spring Bosai Show

Discover bonsai, the Japanese art of growing miniature trees in containers. The Bonsai Club of Utah will exhibit different bonsai styles and arrangements and offer demonstrations of training and shaping techniques. Trees and tools will be available for purchase directly from the experts. Regular Garden Admission / Garden Members Free

Fix-It Clinic

Do you have broken items in your home that need to be repaired? Instead of sending them to the landfill, bring them to the Utah Recycling Alliance's Fix-It Clinic at The Leonardo on Saturday, March 25 from 10 AM to 1 PM. The first 40 participants with a broken item will receive 50% off admission to the museum. Examples of acceptable items include clothing, small carpentry items, small appliances, bikes, and small electronics. All items must be able to be carried in to the clinic by the participant (no refrigerators, couches, etc.). For more information, visit

Fix-It Clinic

Join us for the first Fix-It Clinic in Utah at The Leonardo on March 25 from 10 AM - 1 PM! Bring your broken appliances, electronics, bicycles, furniture or clothing that needs mending. You’ll be paired with a coach who can help you diagnose, fix or just get to know your belongings a little better. Receive 50% off admission to The Leonardo with your broken item in hand. First come first serve to the first 40 attendees. If you're interested in volunteering as a coach for this event or future clinics please contact us.

Winter Market at Rio Grande

The Winter Market at Rio Grande was founded in 2013 in response to Salt Lake City's demand for fresh local goods all year round.
The Winter Market at Rio Grande 2016-2017 season will open on Saturday, November 5th.  The Winter Market operates every other Saturday through April 22nd. 
Hosted in the historic Rio Grande Depot, this market allows growers to extend the season, and features fresh vegetables from late season harvests and area greenhouses. Like the summer markets, it also offers the best of the region's grass-fed meats, dairy, honey, eggs, baked goods, and seasonal offerings for the holidays.


Samba Fogo presents an Orixa Movement Workshop Learn the traditional dance movements of the Orixa (O-ree-sha), Brazilian deities that represent different facets of nature. Find your dancing warrior (Ogum), hunter (Oxossi), lover (Oxum), and healer (Omolu). Discover different facets of self and connect with community in this unique workshop, featuring live drumming. This workshop will be held once a week for six (6) weeks, on six (6) Saturdays: February 25th March 4th March 11th March 18th March 25th April 1st SLC Arts Hub (663 W. 100 S.) 2:00pm - 3:30pm Open to all levels! $80 for 6-class workshop, or $20 for a single class More info and registration here:

Children's Dance Theatre's Elfwyn's Saga

Inspired by Viking lore, Elfwyn’s Saga presents an enthralling tale of magic, greed, and heroism. During the early settlement of Iceland, a girl named Elfwyn is born blind after a curse is placed on her family. Guided and protected by the mysterious Hidden Folk, she learns to rely on other senses to perceive the world around her. When a rival Viking clan uses a treacherous magic to sow the seeds of discord among her family, Elfwyn’s gift of clear perception is all that stands between her community and its self-annihilation. An imaginative musical score and hundreds of dazzling costumes help the young dancers of the Children’s Dance Theatre bring this spectacular story to the stage. Family event. All ages welcome. All patrons regardless of age require a ticket. Children under 12 = 50% off University Staff/Faculty = 25% off with valid ID (up to 5 tickets)

A Streetcar Named Desire

By Tennessee Williams March 16 – April 1 (Thursday through Saturday) 7:30 PM (Saturday Matinee 2:00 PM) A tragic story of love, loss, passion and guilt, Tennessee Williams’ immortal classic is brought to life on The Grand’s stage. The Pulitzer Prize winner for Drama in 1948, the story centers around Blanche DuBois, Stella Kowalski, Stanley Kowalski and Harold Mitchell (Mitch). Broke and having lost her family home, Blanche is left with no choice but to move in with her sister Stella and her husband Stanley in New Orleans. While there she meets Mitch, a friend of Stanley’s, for whom she quickly begins to have romantic feelings. As the show progresses, we discover secrets from Blanche’s past and a sinister side to Stanley. Please join us for this American masterpiece. Price Range: $16-$22 Student, Senior, Military, and Group discounts available Grand Theatre 1575 S. State Street Salt Lake City, UT 84115 Box Office: 801-957-3322 Email: Website:

Write Local: Finch Lane Gallery Writing Series

Engage in a sensory exploration of writing. How does art transform light, texture, space? How can we capture rich, sensory detail in the written word? We’ll get inspiration from Amy Fairchild’s photography and Naomi Marine’s mixed media to help us delve into descriptive writing. Please bring your own writing materials. The workshop will be facilitated by Melissa Helquist, Associate Professor and Director of the Community Writing Center. She holds a PhD in Rhetoric and Technical Communication from Texas Tech University.

School of Dance Gala Concert

A performance representing and celebrating the School of Dance with works from the Ballet and Modern Dance Areas. Includes pieces by Luc Vanier, Steve Koester, “Swan Lake-Act III” by Jay Kim, and “Middlesex Gorge” by Stephen Petronio.

Prisoner of War Camps Across America During World War II

Describes with photos the locations and populations of Prisoner of War Camps Across America. Includes German, Italian, and Japanese Prisoners. Information regarding their work, play, and interaction with the local communities.