Live Music from The Monarchs, March For Our Lives SLC Update, Avant-garde Percussion, Save Bangerter Family Farm, bio-Regional Seeds with Ogden's Grand Prismatic Seed Co.
Live music: The Monarchs
Wilhelmina Graff of March for Our Lives SLC, which will be held tomorrow at 11 a.m. at West High School before marching up to the Utah State Capitol for a rally at noon.
Jason Groth, Smart Justice Coordinator for the ACLU of Utah, which will have 15 observers documenting any and all First Amendment issues that may arise during March for Our Lives SLC and March Before Our Lives. a counter-protest. Any organization may request the presence of a legal observer team.
Iris Moulton and Devin Maxwell on An Evening of Avant-garde Music for Percussion and Electronics, featuring music by Johannes Kreidler, Phill Niblock, Michael Pisaro, Iannis Xenakis, and Devin Maxwell. The free event will be held Wednesday, March 28, from 7:00-9:00 p.m. at Utah Museum of Fine Arts.
Farmer Luke of Petersen Family Farm, who is part of a group petitioning to save Bangerter Family Farm in Farmington.
Urban Farm Report with Grand Prismatic Seed Co., a first-year open-pollinated seed farm in Fruit Heights. They grow vegetable, dye, medicinal, and native seeds. Look for them tomorrow at the Rio Grande Winter Market, 300 S. Rio Grande St., SLC.
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