Live, homegrown music from Funk and Gonzo, #UrbanFarmReport with Keep It Real Veggies and Etta Place Cider, Tree Utah call for volunteers, and more
Funk&Gonzo, a group of five musicians from Salt Lake City. "Our style is ultimately considered Rap/Rock, but we’re also heavily influenced by Jazz, Reggae, Blues and many other styles of music." To book, call Eric Pehrson, (801) 440-0770.
Amy May of TreeUtah, which could use more volunteers for fall tree plantings:
Tim Lee, exhibit designer at Natural History Museum of Utah, which opens its latest display this weekend.
Katie Morrison of Pumpkin Nights SLC, which runs Thursdays-Saturdays til Nov. 2 @ Utah State Fairpark, 155 N. 1000 W., SLC. Click here for tickets to this dazzling, multi-sensory Halloween display, featuing seven Pumpkin Lands created with more than 3,000 artistically hand-carved real and synthetic pumpkins.
Aldine's #UrbanFarmReport, featuring:
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