Want to know more about solar power in Utah? And about proposed changes to utility rates? Come to the free solar Power workshop at the Kearns Library on Thursday, April 6th. Energy specialists from HEAL Utah, the Sierra Club, and the solar industry will discuss rooftop solar power, how utility rates are set and how you can influence energy policy. TCATEGORY: Community Events
Celebrate Spring with April’s Cross Stitching Workshop at West Elm featuring Kristy Busbee of Armada Designs. Busbee started Armada Designs in 2002 and reimagined it in 2014 after rekindling a love of needlework. Now, Armada designs works with a geeky flair and in support of rescue animals. At this workshop, participants will learn the basics of cross-stitching and will be given their own starting kit and patterns.CATEGORY: Classes & Workshops
Wisebird will play at 7:00PM-10:00PM on the patio (weather permitting), or 10:00PM-1:00AM inside. We will know which it will be as it gets closer.CATEGORY: Live Music
The final show of the season is an evening-length work by Zvi Gotheiner. Blending Middle Eastern folk dance, Arab pop music and contemporary dance, “Dabke” is about conflict in the Middle East and conflict in the world. Recognized by The New York Times as one of Alastair Macaulay's TOP TEN DANCE FAVORITES OF 2013, Zvi Gotheiner's "Dabke" is based on a Middle-Eastern folk dance, a line dance often performed at weddings, holidays and community celebrations. Strongly referencing solidarity, the dancers, linked by hands or shoulders stomp the ground with complex rhythms, emphasizing their connection to the land.CATEGORY: Theater & Dance
The Blind Boys of Alabama are a five-time Grammy Award winning gospel group who first sang together in 1939. After seven decades of touring, countless prestigious appearances, and a successful discography, the Blind Boys of Alabama have created their own solid musical history. The Blind Boys of Alabama have the rare distinction of being recognized around the world as both living legends and modern-day innovators. They are not just gospel singers borrowing from old traditions; the group helped to define those traditions in 20th century and almost single-handedly created a new gospel sound for the 21st. Led by founding member, Jimmy Carter. The on-stage configuration of the group currently consists of seven people: three blind singers -- Jimmy Carter, Ben Moore, Eric “Ricky” McKinnie, guitarist and musical director, Joey Williams. A keyboard player, a bass player, and a drummer. Thursday Pricing: $39 House / $49 Preferred Front of House / $65 Cabaret Friday - Sunday Pricing: $43 House / $53 Preferred Front of House / $70 Cabaret ALL SALES FINAL, NO REFUNDS! Exchanges are allowed based on availability for a different date for the same show only. $5 per ticket exchange fee applies. All exchanges must be made through the box office. Tickets purchased 30 min prior to the show are $5 more.CATEGORY: Live Music
Con Brio is a living, evolving testament to the power of soul. Propelled by the young phenom Ziek McCarter – a charismatic, undeniably gifted showman – Con Brio’s sound draws a clear lineage from the dance-heavy funk legacies of legends like Sly & the Family Stone and James Brown, while keeping an eye on R&B trailblazers like D’Angelo and Prince and a focus firmly on the future.CATEGORY: Live Music
Call for entries for the Craft Lake City DIY Festival opened on Monday January 16th and will stay open until April 17th. The application is online at http://craftlakecity.com/application/ There is a $20 application fee and all of the prices and options are at that same web address.
Craft Lake City’s Annual Do-It-Yourself Festival at the Gallivan is a festival by locals, for locals, celebrating all things local. We believe in supporting our local economy while also enjoying the wide array of creative, local products.The Festival encompasses do-it-yourself culture as a whole, featuring artists and craftspeople, DIY engineers and tinkerers, foodies, singers and dancers, collectors and upcyclers. It celebrates the best in all of us—our desire to make greatness from the mundane and share it with our friends. We strive to keep building upon our vision—to make our community a more beautiful, self-sufficient, and harmonious place through our shared love of creating.CATEGORY: Call for Entries
Nests, Nooks and Storybooks: Bear Snores On by Karma Wilson and Jane Chapman on Friday, April 7 at 3:45 pm
Free for ONC members; $3 children / $4 seniors / $5 adults; Focus on 2-6 yrs -- all ages welcome
Grab a blanket and join us out in the field, along a pond, or around the campfire ring for story time at the Ogden Nature Center! Every Friday afternoon, come read a book with us outside. We’ll dive deeper into the themes of the story by exploring the Ogden Nature Center. Please check in at the Visitor Center. No reservations needed, just drop in!
The Alta Gala is an annual collaborative fundraiser for Alta Community Enrichment (ACE), Friends of Alta and Alta Historical Society. The goal is to raise awareness of the arts, environment and history of Alta. Food, drinks, dancing, photos and a silent auction with mobile bidding will be the highlight of the Gala. Your Alta Gala ticket includes one Alta Ski Area day ticket - good until December 15, 2017. https://altagala2017.afrogs.org/#/indexCATEGORY: Fundraising
Join the band Mountain Country as they play and celebrate their freshman efforts releasing their first CD ~ HOME GROWN Door prizes and special guests! More details found at www.TheAcousticSpace.comCATEGORY: Live Music