Hatch Out, But Who's In? Dance and Activism, Mrs. Asia Utah, Bloom and Decay
Hosted by Lara Jones and Ma Black, tonight's show featured:
Thomas Burr, Salt Lake TribuneWashington Bureau Chief, on Sen. Orrin Hatch's announcement that he will not seek another term in office.
Jan. 27: Dance-A-Thon for a cause, 11-4 at Ballet West Academy Park City, 6554 Creekside Lane, Park City. Click here for tickets, which are $20 in advance, $25 at the door. Learn four distinct cultural dance styles -- Flamenco, Irish Step Dance, Bollywood, Cossack -- while supporting animal welfare in Utah.
Brittany Reese, Sugar Space Arts Warehouse, which starts its West Side Wednesdays Jan. 3. Performances by Crowdsourced Comedy (5:30-6:45pm) and Elias Lefty Caress(6:45-8:30pm). Featured Food Trucks: Happy Camper Deli and Mo' Joe's Food Truck
Kelsey Boyer, Planned Parenthood Action Council of Utah, which will be the featured community partner at a Community Activists Night on January 10. In anticipation of Utah’s 2018 Legislative Session, Planned Parenthood's VP of Public Policy will hold a citizen lobbying training from 5:30-6:00pm, followed by a choreographed aerial routine from The Moxy Movement Studio. Various community organizations will be available to answer your questions, hand out information, and sign you up for further local activism.
OGS Bloom Into Decay, a female led, collaborative exhibition honoring the human experience, creativity and personal expression. Featured artists: OGS Founder and Executive Director Samantha Calmes, Vinyl Tapestries; photographer/graphic designer Annalisa Millo, OGS creative director; OGS marketing director and business developmoent Sarah Tamburelli, aka Sarah Little Drum; musician Rocky Lavoie; storytelling world folk musician Mavi Blue; OGS Hospitality Director Kacie J Wilks; Alexa Diane, OGS featured performer.