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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

Norse Fest at the Natural History Museum of Utah

Hail! Join us at the Natural History Museum of Utah on Saturday, September 23 for Norse Fest! In conjunction with the Museum’s special exhibit Vikings: Beyond the Legend, NHMU is celebrating all things Norse, from food to music, dance and more. The festival will feature an array of old Norse cultural hallmarks—some you may know, and some you may not. • Watch Norse artists at work, including dancers, weavers, blacksmiths, and more • Research your Viking roots with the LDS Family History Library researchers • Get a taste of culture through a variety of Norse foods • Create your own Viking shield • Hear from several Norse historians and experts at our Nordic Science Café mini-lectures Join us at the Natural History Museum of Utah on Saturday, September 23, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. for all of this and more! Norse Fest is included with regular Museum admission.


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.

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Art and Wellness: Yoga in the Great Hall

Experience the art of yoga. Join us in the UMFA Great Hall to explore connections between the practice of yoga and themes found in the art on view in the galleries.

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Sponsored by PEAK Health and Fitness at the University of Utah.

Mondo Cozmo with Flagship

Mondo Cozmo 
A disciple of Eddie Vedder (think Vitalogy-era fuck-you-to-Ticketmaster tour), Bruce Springsteen (rabid and ready to go on Born to Run), and Jack White (Coachella 2015 when Mondo Cozmo’s wife turned to him and, “Do you think Jack White gives a fuck what his bass player thinks?”)- Thus the Philadelphia-born, Los Angeles-based Mohawk-ed and tattooed troubadour Mondo Cozmo was born. 
Think….Dylan fronting Oasis with Beck making the beats. Mondo Cozmo has the attitude of the Manchester bands of the 90s… Working class, honest, inspirational, cautiously hopeful, and socially observational. It is a bold statement demanding attention: Future festival headliner who will have the crowd singing along to every word while the sun is setting and challenging everything you know about music in the process. 
Mondo Cozmo by Mondo Cozmo
I am East Los Angeles but originally from Philly. 
I am not sure if I graduated high school
I can be soulful one moment and screaming Sixes and Sevens the next.
I am the guy who orders 2 beers whenever I go into a bar and I pick up the phone whenever my mom calls.
I want to do whatever I want. 
I want to connect with everyone. There is no demographic.

Volunteer Training for the English Skills Learning Center (Part 1)

The English Skills Learning Center utilizes community volunteers to teach free English and Citizenship test prep classes to adult immigrants and refugees in Salt Lake County. Volunteers do not need to speak another language or have prior teaching experience to volunteer. Volunteers must attend a 12 hour volunteer training which will be held over two days: Tuesday, September 26, and Tuesday, October 3, from 9am to 3:30pm. There is a one-time $50 training and background check fee which is due upon the first day of training. Visit our website at for more information about the volunteer process!

29th Annual YWCA LeaderLuncheon

LeaderLuncheon is YWCA Utah’s signature annual event. This year, YWCA Utah will honor up to five remarkable women with Outstanding Achievement Awards, and we are pleased to present Soledad O'Brien as keynote speaker. All proceeds from LeaderLuncheon support YWCA Utah’s programs and services to advance the well-being of Utah women and their families.

Fall Bulb & Native Plant Sale

Find a wide selection of flowering bulbs, organic garlic bulbs, ornamental grasses, flowering perennials, native and water-wise plants. Regular Garden Admission Friday, Sept 29 from 1-7:30PM Saturday, Sept 30 from 9AM-7:30PM

2nd Annual Birds and Brews

Gather your fun-loving friends and head to the Ogden Nature Center after work for an evening filled with tasty bites, local brews, spirits and test your avian knowledge.  Enjoy drinks from local favorites like Roosters Brewing Co., Talisman Brewing and New World Distillery, marvel at live animal presentations, and get competitive with a pub-style trivia match! Must be 21 or older to attend. No outside food or drink allowed at the event.  Please call 801-621-7595 or go to to reserve your spot.

$20 members / $25 non-members; for adults age 21+

The Wanted 18 movie

Through a clever mix of stop motion animation and interviews, THE WANTED 18 recreates an astonishing true story: the Israeli army's pursuit of 18 cows, whose independent milk production on a Palestinian collective farm was declared "a threat to the national security of the state of Israel." In response to the Israeli occupation of the West Bank, a group of people from the town of Beit Sahour decide to buy 18 cows and produce their own milk as a co-operative. Their venture is so successful that the collective farm becomes a landmark, and the cows local celebrities- until the Israeli army takes note.