Potting Up in the Greenhouse

Come visit our adorable baby tomato and pepper seedings that were planted by workshop students on March 10th and learn how to transplant them from their starter cell trays into larger individual pots filled with nutrient-rich potting mix.  As we practice our potting-up skills, participants will also learn why potting up is so important and why and how to harden off tomato and pepper seedlings in preparation for transplanting into the garden in May.  Each participant attending this workshop will get to take one tomato or pepper seedling home (a $5 value!).  (There will be limited numbers of each variety available.)

Regular tuition for this workshop is $20 plus a $5 supply fee (for total of $25).  Tuition for currently-registered WCG community gardeners is $5 plus a $5 supply fee (for total of $10).   

NOTE:  This workshop is limited to 6 spots because of space limitations in our greenhouse. Register online at

Because of the very limited number of spaces available, we are unable to issue refunds for last-minute cancellations or for no-shows.  If you've already paid for this workshop and find you are unable to attend, please call Marybeth at (801) 359-2658 x 10 to see if anyone on the waiting list can take your place.  If we cannot fill your spot, your workshop fee will be forfeited.  No walk-ins the day of the workshop.  

The Breadwinner

From executive producer Angelina Jolie and the creators of the Academy Award®-nominated The Secret of Kells and Song of the Sea, comes the highly-anticipated new feature based on Deborah Ellis’ best- selling novel.

The Breadwinner tells the story of Parvana, an 11-year-old girl growing up under the Taliban in Afghanistan in 2001. When her father is wrongfully arrested, Parvana disguises herself as a boy in order to support her family. With dauntless perseverance, Parvana draws strength from the stories her father told her, and ultimately risks her life to discover if he is still alive. Equal parts thrilling and enchanting, The Breadwinner is a timely and inspiring tale about the transcendent power of stories, and their potential to unite and heal us all

Love Letters to Public Lands: Writing Workshop with Nan Seymore

There are times we write to remember, to restore, and to resist. Sometimes we write to adore. In this workshop, we will pen love letters to Utah’s public lands with all of those intentions. You will be invited to bear witness to beloved places—to generously share your own details and experience. As we write, we’ll cultivate our appreciation and attention, as we grow our own embodied and grounded presence. You need not identify as a “writer” to bring your love for the land to this writing practice. Everyone is welcome.  Dates: March 24, 31 April 7, 14 2018 Time: 1:00pm - 4:00 pm Price: Sliding scale, $10 - $40 For more information on this series of workshops, or to register please visit our website:

Sowing Spring Crops

Lettuce, radishes and peas, oh my!  This is an informal, hands-on working lab in our demonstration garden beds at the Grateful Tomato Garden.  Each student will receive handouts on the basics of planting cool season crops including assorted greens, root crops, and peas.  As we work together to read seed packets and direct sow the seeds in our beds, we'll discuss topics such as when to plant which crops, days to maturity, seed spacing, seed planting depth, and seed planting techniques such as single-row/furrow planting and wide-row/broadcast planting.  Every student will get to plant some seeds as well as some seedlings that have been started in the greenhouse.

Please come dressed for being outside and for working in the garden, and feel free to bring garden gloves if you have a favorite pair.  

This workshop has a limited number of spots available! You can register online at

If heavy rain or snow is expected on April 7th, we will cancel THE DAY BEFORE the event via EMAIL, so please check your email inbox if the weather looks iffy! 

NOTE:  Because of the limited number of spaces available, we are unable to issues refunds for no-shows.  If you've already paid and find you are unable to attend, please call Marybeth at (801) 359-2658 x 10 no later than 5pm on Monday, April 2nd to see if there's anyone on the waiting list who can take your place. Otherwise, the Sowing Spring Crops workshop fee will be forfeited.  No walk-ins allowed the day of the workshop unless space permits.  

A View from the Bridge

Arthur Miller’s dark and passionate 1956 drama set on the Brooklyn waterfront tells a story of tragedy, love and betrayal in an Italian-American immigrant community. A longshoreman by trade, Eddie Carbone is confident of his place in the working-class neighborhood he calls home. That life changes when he agrees to harbor his immigrant cousins. A love affair exposes a dark family secret and suspicion, jealousy and betrayal soon follow.

Passion for Africa Dance Concert

Presented by JENAR Charity Foundation in Partnership with Ogden City Arts: Passion for Africa Dance Concert in Ogden Come, experience, the extraordinary wonder of African heritage, traditions, identity, culture merge into joyous celebration through dance featuring the following countries: • Burundi • Congo • Lesotho • Liberia • Nigeria Admission: $25.00 per person $45.00 per couple, $15.00 for students, seniors, and military. Children 12 years old and under are free accompanied with a paying adult. Ticket @www.Evenbrite This event would be the first time where 5-6 African countries would collectively perform their indigenous dance, songs, ballads, parlays, culture ,identity and history merge into joyous celebration through dance to the community in Ogden .

The Neighbourhood With Health Field Medic

The Garden with Tijuana Panthers, Cowgirl Clue

The Garden is an ever evolving duo from Orange County, California. Established in 2011 by twin brothers Fletcher and Wyatt Shears, they also created the term, "Vada Vada" to represent their music and other endeavours. 
Typically seen live playing drums and electronics, Fletcher can also be seen front and center on vocals, belligerently performing alongside his brother, Wyatt. 
Wyatt consistently takes position of lead vocals and bass in the duo whilst performing and can be seen simultaneously moving in un-choreographed bizarre patterns. 
Touring globally since 2012 they have become known for their energetic, aggressive and off the wall performances. 
To date the twins have released four EP's, two full length LP's and are currently working on an LP for release in 2018…


Let's Get Consensual: A Bar Hop

April 7, 2018 7:00 p.m.- closing Bring your friends out and meet our volunteers stationed at local bars throughout Salt Lake City including Quarters, Shades of Pale and Tinwell. Be sure to pick up swag and resources, and learn more about how you can support the Rape Recovery Center at each stop.