Wisebird at Peruvian Lodge

Originally from Utah, Wisebird has been a local staple for over a decade. They have since relocated to Austin, Texas, but return often to play for local family and friends! This show is apres ski and will begin at 4:00PM-7:00PM

Sowing Spring Crops

This workshop costs $10, preregistration required, register here: Lettuce, radishes, and peas - oh my! This is an informal, hands-on working lab in our demonstration garden beds at the Grateful Tomato Garden. This workshop includes helpful handouts on the basics of planting cool season crops such as lettuce, radishes and peas. As we work together to read seed packets and plant some crops together, we will discuss topics such as when to plant which crops, days to maturity, seed spacing, seed planting depth, and seed planting techniques. Everybody will get to poke in some seeds, so come dressed for crouching, kneeling, and getting a wee bit dirty. Spring has sprung! This workshop is limited to 10 participants.

Solar Workshop

Want to know more about solar power in Utah?   And about proposed changes to utility rates?  Come to the free solar power workshop at Sandy City Library on Wednesday, April 5th, at 6:00 pm.  Energy specialists from HEAL Utah, the Sierra Club, and the solar industry will discuss the benefits of rooftop solar power.  You'll also learn how utility rates are set and how you can influence the future of  renewable energy in Utah.  

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 5th is International Business with Charlie McKenrick, Subzero Engineering

 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:


Foxygen and Star Power is the Los Angeles songwriting duo of 24-year-olds Sam France and Jonathan Rado. In May 2011, France and Rado nervously handed off a CD-R of this homemade mini-opus Take the Kids Off Broadway (Jagjaguwar, 2012) to producer and visionary Richard Swift after his performance in a Lower East Side club. The duo, who had just mixed and burned the disc that very night, had been devotees of Swift’s outsider-pop oeuvre since high school, when they first began recording their own pubescent forays into oddball rock n’ roll (At least a dozen records were finished before they graduated high school).

Volunteers Needed for Our Store

Our Store: Your Thrift Alternative needs volunteers. You can do a good thing and earn store credit at the same time.  Positions are available for:

Cashiers: greet customers, ring up their purchases & take care of the front room

Receiving: help us sort through the treasures and put them in the showroom

Showroom: help us keep the showroom looking great 

Please call Toni Johnson at 801-598-8049 if you are interested. 

All proceeds from Our Store benefit the People With AIDS Coalition of Utah

Harbur Gate

Three female soldiers in the combat zone. A Purple Heart, a human heart, a blind man, a terrible secret and the transformative power of art. From the beautiful mind of award-winning local playwright Kathleen Cahill comes the World Premiere of HARBUR GATE. Commissioned from the National New Play Network and developed in the SLAC's New Play Sounding Series and Playwright's Lab, HARBUR GATE is the recipient of an Edgerton Foundation New Play Award. Tickets: $25-$43 Performs Feb 8- May 14 (Wed-Sun) For more information contact the box office: (801) 363-7522

Free Tax Preparation

The Westminster Pro Bono Tax Clinic offers free tax preparation and financial advocacy services to low- to moderate-income families and small businesses filing schedule C from January 30–April 18, 2017. The clinic operates out of the Salt Lake County Government Center during tax season and on-site at Westminster the rest of the year. Taxpayers can sign up for services by making an appointment, walk-in or using the drop-off service.  

All submitted forms are prepared by Westminster’s Pro Bono Tax Clinic students, who are IRS-certified with advanced accounting education. The clinic is directed by Emily Rains, tax attorney and Westminster assistant professor of accounting.  

In addition to free preparation of federal and multi-state taxes, the clinic has partnered with AAA-Credit Foundation, Department of Workforce Services, Salt Lake County Treasurer, Salt Lake City Corporation and the Community Development Corporation of Utah to process applications and schedule appointments. Spanish-speaking tax preparers are also available.

To schedule an appointment, call 211. For more information, call 801-210-Tax1 (8291) or visit

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.

Title Nine Blowout Sale

Save up to 75% on dresses, swim, bras, jackets, pants, sweaters, long-sleeve tops, tank tops, skirts, SWB's (skorts), shorts, shoes, and MORE! Arrive early for the best selection. We accept all major credit cards, checks and cash. Gift cards are not accepted at sale. ALL SALES ARE FINAL.