Events for Classes & Workshops

RDT's Dance Center on Broadway Open House

RDT's Dance Center on Broadway offers an affordable way to stay fit, express your creativity, and dance! Open House participants can participate in any or all of the classes during the day for only $10 all day (no advance registration required), or FREE with the purchase of a ten-class punch card. PLUS - If you buy a 10 class punch card at the Open House pay the special price of $90 ($30 savings overall). Schedule - September 23 Just show up a few minutes before the class you want to take! 9:00-9:40 am - Prime Movement 9:40-10:20 am - Ballet 10:20-11:00 am - African 11:00-11:40 am - Bollywood 11:40-12:20 pm - Flamenco 12:20-1:00 pm - Modern I 1:00-1:40 pm - Hip Hop 1:40-2:20 pm - Modern II 2:20-3:00 pm - Contemporary


Fix-It Clinic

Grab your broken toaster, flat bike tire, torn blanket, or anything else that needs repair and join the Utah Recycling Alliance at The Leonardo Museum for our Fix-It Clinic! These clinics are designed to empower participants to become better stewards of their material belongings. You can bring in broken items that you would like to learn how to repair and work side-by-side with an experienced Repair Coach. WHAT TO BRING: -Yourself -At least one broken item -Appropriate dress for working on broken item (safety glasses, gloves, close-toed shoes, etc) The first 40 participants with a broken item in hand will receive free admission to the museum and the Fix-It Clinic. (Limit of one discount per person AND one discount per broken item). Guests are welcome to observe the clinic in action, but due to space limitations, only clinic participants and their family will be allowed into the space.

More information at utahrecyclingalliance.org


Fix-It Clinic

Grab your broken toaster, flat bike tire, torn blanket, or anything else that needs repair and join the Utah Recycling Alliance at The Leonardo Museum for our Fix-It Clinic! These clinics are designed to empower participants to become better stewards of their material belongings. You can bring in broken items that you would like to learn how to repair and work side-by-side with an experienced Repair Coach. WHAT TO BRING: -Yourself -At least one broken item -Appropriate dress for working on broken item (safety glasses, gloves, close-toed shoes, etc) The first 40 participants with a broken item in hand will receive free admission to the museum and the Fix-It Clinic. (Limit of one discount per person AND one discount per broken item). Guests are welcome to observe the clinic in action, but due to space limitations, only clinic participants and their family will be allowed into the space.

More information at utahrecyclingalliance.org


Square Dance Party

Join us for a Community Square Dance Party with the Rocketeers! We're a Square Dance Club that's been dancing in Salt Lake City for over 30 years. No experience is necessary. We'll show you some basic steps and get you out on the dance floor in no time. Square dancing is probably NOT what you think it is. It's usually presented in movies as a fairly "simple" activity (you know -- do-si-do, promenade, swing your partner, etc.). Nothing could be farther from the truth. Square dancing IS a lot of fun. Once you start, you'll probably find that you're hooked.


Central Valley Water Reclamation Facility Tour

Join Central Valley Water Reclamation Facility for lunch and a tour. Part of the 2017 Get into the River Festival Learn about one of the state’s largest wastewater treatment facilities - Water treated and returned to the Jordan River - Treatment processes - Energy and bio-solids that are captured and utilized - Challenges facing the industry - What the future holds for wastewater treatment


Craft Lake City and Harmons Presents: Mini Pie Workshop

Craft Lake City and Harmons present the return of one of our most popular workshops. Amanda Anderson of Sprinkle and Dash will instruct on how to create the perfect pie for the fall season. Come learn how to make a fruit and cream pie and receive recipes that will become family favorites. Participants will learn how to make two 4 inch mini pies.


Public Works and Stormwater Expo

The Utah Chapter Public Works Association, American Society of Civil Engineers, and Utah City Engineers Association have partnered to bring quality education to private and public services. Public work directors, city engineers, consulting engineers, fleet managers, facility managers, sanitation supervisors, public services operators and maintenance crews may attend their choice of over 80 seminars on maintenance, management, and engineering topics related to fleets, streets, snow, water, transportation, emergency management, safety, administration, engineering technology, and MS4 stormwater compliance. This public works education opportunity is the Largest Public Services Conference in the Intermountain West and will be held October 2-4, at the South Towne Expo Center (Sandy, Utah). To register and find out more - visit http://utah.apwa.net Utah Chapter of APWA utahchapterapwa@gmail.com 801.209.1051


Craft Lake City and West Elm Presents: Knitting Workshop

Join us for the Oct. 5 Knitting Workshop with Annie Cain of Cain and Cable at West Elm. Festival veteran Annie Cain has been knitting and creating for a lifetime. Her knit creations are perfect for keeping you and your loved ones warm during the cold months. Participants will learn how to knit a custom pair of warm gloves. This workshop is intended for intermediate knitters.


Cooking Curriculum: Growing a Spring Crop, Eating in the Classroom

Get a jump-start on getting your spring garden planned. This workshop will give you all the tools you need to have a successful garden for your students in the upcoming spring. We will talk about what to plant and how to use the plants in your classroom in the fall. You will be given everything you need to plant your own classroom bed - seeds, a planting plan, and lesson plans. We will also do an actual cooking demonstration of the crops that you will be growing so that you are all ready to grow and eat fresh food with your class right out in your own school garden. These lessons are written for students ages 5-12. We welcome any and all youth educators working with kids in kindergarten through sixth grade. Whether you are a teacher with access to a school garden, a teacher aspiring to have a garden bed at your school, a parent looking for kid-friendly ways to engage with your kiddos in your personal garden, an afterschool provider, or anyone else in between, this workshop will be applicable for you. https://wasatchgardens.org/news-and-events/calendar/80


Craft Lake City and the Natural History Museum of Utah Presents: Viking Textile Bag Workshop

Craft Lake City and the Natural History Museum of Utah present the next workshop in the Viking series. Join us on Oct. 7 for the Viking Textile Workshop with Deanna Baugh of Pioneer Craft House. Baugh has worked extensively with Pioneer Craft House and other weaving organizations to learn all she can about different techniques of weaving. Participants will learn how to make a loom and learn a Viking technique for creating a small Viking style bag.