Live music from The Swinging Lights, #UrbanFarmReport with a hemp farmer, Soup-Off for Top Crops SLC, Nan Rides for Fulbright, ADAPT Fun-Run, Self-Care Day
Youth of Utah Advocacy Coalition's Kyli Rodriguez-Cayro invited listeners to attend YUAC’s Self-Care Sunday Festival at Avenues Yoga, 967 E. 2100 S., SLC. Free and open to the public Sunday, May 19, from 10a-3p, this family-friendly festival is being held in honor of Mental Health Awareness Month.
Salt Lake Fun*Run Let Freedom Ring * End the Institutional Bias with Psarah Johnson of the Disabled Rights Action Committee Utah. The fundraiser is this Sunday, May 19, from 1:00-4:00 p.m. at Fairmont Aquatic Center, 1044 E., Sugarmont Dr., SLC. Help support DRAC Utah’s work in passing the Disability Integration Act. Meet at the Fairmont Park Pond (just south of Fairmont Aquatic Center) to walk, wheel, crutch, piggyback, dance, or any other means of forward motion around the 1/4-mile track.
Want to support a local urban farm? Then check out the First Annual Soup Off , a Benefit for SLC Top Crops from 7:00-9:00 p.m. Friday, May 24, at HelloBulk Markets. RadioACTive got a sneak peek from HBM owner Jamaica Trinnaman and Top Crops’ Manda Theobald.
Live, homegrown music from The Swinging Lights. See them live:
#UrbanFarmReport with Carly Gillespie, greenhouse manager at Overstock.com. She’s in charge of a high-tech, on-site greenhouse which supplies fresh produce for the café in the Utah company’s headquarters, aka the Peace Coliseum.
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