Events for Community Events

Discussion on Cultural Appropriation

Join PANDOS and Voices of Diversity on Monday March 27 from 6:30-8:30 pm as we have a thoughtful discussion on Cultural Appropriation. The talk will take place at the U of U Behavioral Science Building on 332 South 1400 East in SLC. 

Opening prayer : Butch Russell, PANDOS Spiritual Advisor
Event Moderator: Wazir Jefferson, Adjunct Instructor for the Masters of Public Administration Program 

Panel Discussion Presenters: 
1. Ella Mendoza, Co-Founder of Utah's Familia: Trans Queer Liberation Movement 
2. Heilala Fu'itahi Potesio, Utah Pacific Islander Civic Engagement Coalition
3. Brenda Dao, Graduate Assistant for the Women's Resource Center at the University of Utah
4. Carl Moore, PANDOS Chair

Panel discussion will be followed by audience questions and participation in the discussion. 
Please come with an open mind, willingness to learn, and the ability to recognize your own privileges.

This is a free event. No registration is required. See post in discussion for map of location. 


Discussion on Cultural Appropriation

Join PANDOS and Voices of Diversity on Monday March 27 from 6:30-8:30 pm as we have a thoughtful discussion on Cultural Appropriation. The talk will take place at the U of U Behavioral Science Building on 332 South 1400 East in SLC. 

Opening prayer : Butch Russell, PANDOS Spiritual Advisor
Event Moderator: Wazir Jefferson, Adjunct Instructor for the Masters of Public Administration Program 

Panel Discussion Presenters: 
1. Ella Mendoza, Co-Founder of Utah's Familia: Trans Queer Liberation Movement 
2. Heilala Fu'itahi Potesio, Utah Pacific Islander Civic Engagement Coalition
3. Brenda Dao, Graduate Assistant for the Women's Resource Center at the University of Utah
4. Carl Moore, PANDOS Chair

Panel discussion will be followed by audience questions and participation in the discussion. 
Please come with an open mind, willingness to learn, and the ability to recognize your own privileges.

This is a free event. No registration is required. See post in discussion for map of location. 


Text, Talk, Revive Civility

Community dialogue on civil discourse through all means of communication, to include technology. An opportunity to continue the discussions started at What Every American Should Know. #KeepTalkingSLC #WeAsk Based on research, practice and policy of the National Institute for Civil Discourse.


Wild Wednesdays at Ogden Nature Center

Wild Wednesdays; Beavers the Brilliant Builders; Free for ONC members; $3 children / $4 seniors / $5 adults
All ages welcome
No other wild animal changes their environment more than the beaver.  From dams, canals, and lodges, beaver create a habitat that suits their needs. Join us on a hike to learn about beaver adaptations and explore examples of their construction skills.  Please meet in the Visitor Center.


Lectures in Entrepreneurship

Westminster’s Center for Entrepreneurship presents the 2017 Lectures in Entrepreneurship series. All lectures are Wednesday evenings in the Bill and Vieve Gore School of Business Auditorium. The lectures are free and open to the public.

The presentation on the 29th is: Turning Passion in to Opportunity at 6:30 p.m. with Darin Piccoli, The State Room and Shannon Bahrke, Two-time Olympic Games Medalist.

 The Lectures in Entrepreneurship series is a cross-listed MBA and undergraduate class. The lecture series brings successful entrepreneurs from the community to campus to discuss critical issues relevant to business. Topics include developing an idea, validating the concept, planning the venture, raising funds, building a team, launching the company, sales and marketing, customer service, growing the business and the keys to success.

 For more information about Westminster’s Center for Entrepreneurship visit: www.westminstercollege.edu/center_for_entrepreneurship.


Downtown Garden Stroll

From March 29th through May 17th, downtown bursts with colors of spring. The Downtown Garden Stroll builds upon one of the premier urban gardens in the west, at Temple Square, and provides a sense of playfulness, surprise and discovery for downtown visitors.


Meet The Producers

Join us for the 6th annual Meet the Producers event! This year we are excited to be partnering with Recycle Utah and EATS Park City to bring you even more local sustainable delicious goods. Farmers, ranchers, and variety of food producers from around the Wasatch will be on hand to share samples and discuss their operations. Come see what makes the local difference! This event is free and open to the public.


Green River Rock and Mineral Festival

Join us in beautiful Green River, Utah for the town’s first annual Green River Rock & Mineral Festival! Hosted by the John Wesley Powell Museum, the Festival will feature rock & mineral vendors, mineral collecting field trips, and fun for the whole family. Festivities begin Friday evening March 31st with a lecture on important dinosaur discoveries in the Green River area by Dr. Jim Kirkland. Vendors, craft demonstrators and family activities will be set up on the museum grounds from 10am-4pm on Saturday and Sunday. Experts will be leading field trips to Fossil Point, Moab Dinosaur Tracks, and Petroglyph sites during the festival as well. Green River hosts plenty of lodging and developed camping in town and also scenic dispersed camping in the surrounding canyons. See GreenRiverRocks.com for more information about this year’s FREE festival.


Rep. Chris Stewart Town Hall

UPDATE: Representative Stewart has re-scheduled the congressional district 2 Town Hall to March 31. ***DOORS OPEN AT 6:30*****


Classic Fairy Tales on Ice

Salt Lake Figure Skating proudly announces the production of “Classic Fairly Tales on Ice - An IceStravaganza Ice Show” featuring tiny tots to Regional, Sectional, and National level figure skating competitors and medalists. This is an event for the whole community to enjoy a spectacular ice show and celebrate our local figure skating talents. Come and be dazzled by the lights, costumes and truly talented skaters. Two shows are scheduled at the Salt Lake City Sports Complex located at 645 Guardsman Way (1580 East), Salt lake City 84108 UT on Friday, March 31st at 7pm and Saturday, April 1st at 7pm. Tickets are $5 for spectators age 6 and over. Kids under 5 are admitted for free. 100% of proceeds from ticket sales are donated to Salt Lake Figure Skating and support our local athletes and skating programs. Don’t miss this great family entertainment! Media outlets are welcome to cover the event. Contact: Eveline Rosa 801-301-3138 ccpilates@msn.com