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Legislative Bill Trackers during 2023 General Session of the Utah Legislature:
Mon-Sat, March 27-April 1:
Wed-Thurs, March 29-30:
Thursday, March 30:
Zions Bank Community Speaker Series: Honoring Our History, Investing in Our Future, 12:00-1:00 p.m. at Zions Bank Founders Room, 1 S. Main St., 18th Floor, SLC. "Better Days 2020 education and community outreach director Tiffany Greene will participate on this panel hosted by Zions Bank to honor Women’s History Month. In person and virtual options will be available – watch this space for more details coming soon!"
Celebration for She Said: Womxn's Voices in Utah Anthology , 7:00-9:00 p.m. at The Salt Lake Tribune, 90 S. 400 W. Suite #600, SLC. "Part of the She Said Collaboration between the SLCC Community Writing Center and The Salt Lake Tribune. In February 2023, the Collaboration issued a 'call for submissions' with the intent of gathering stories and visual representations of womxn’s experiences in Utah. Join the SLCC Community Writing Center and The Salt Lake Tribune as we celebrate the womxn writers, artists, and photographers whose work will be published in the "She Said: Womxn's Voices in Utah" Anthology." This event is free, but an RSVP is required.
, 7:00 p.m. at Aces High Saloon, 1588 S. State St., SLC. "A series featuring queer and allied musicians. Inaugural event, Trans Day of Visibility Edition. Visibility Matters. Fight for our freedom to exist. Now more than ever is our time to unify and push back against the narratives being made by those who wish to push us out of existence. Join us in our fight." Admission is $5 at the door. Venue is 21+.
Friday, March 31:
Fri-Sat, March 31-April 1:
Saturday, April 1:
Thurs-Sun, April 6-9:
Friday, April 7:
Deadline for vendor applications for the Downtown Farmers Market in Pioneer Park closes today. If you are interested in becoming a new vendor, you can follow this link to find more information about what is required of vendors and the market's policies and procedures.
Tuesday, April 18:
Sat-Sun, April 22-23
This year features 20 films that bring you stories set in space, on land, and in other worlds that peek at the imagination and adventurous minds of viewers of all ages. Journey into the filmmaking process with activities and workshops featuring the Harmon Bros, Override Films, and more. There are viewing options for everyone — indoor screenings at Viridian Event Center in West Jordan and online screenings at home or on the go." Check out the Tumbleweeds Film Festival here!
Saturday, May 13:
Saturday, June 3:
Punk Rock Farmer Friday, with Aldine, KRCL's Punk Rock Farmer, and Lara. Tune in for more true tales from the agrihood with Philip Grubisa, chef/owner of Beltex Meats, a butcher shop that specializes in sourcing meats from local farmers and ranchers. Plus, SkyWatcher Leo T on signs of spring, Salt Lake City DuoFest 2023 on improvised belly laughs, and fresh, homegrown music from Shecock with a Vengeance.READ MORE
Rising journalists of SLCC take over the show to discuss issues of the day. This week, Spring Break with a purpose, the 12th annual Tumbleweeds Film Fest for kids, and She Said: Womxn's Voices in Utah.READ MORE
Explore harm reduction with Mindy Vincent, who spoke out against a drug homicide bill during this legislative session. Find out why the founder of Utah Harm Reduction Coalition and Rebel Recovery Utah says this criminalization approach would not have helped those struggling with substance abuse disorder. Plus, Project Homeless Connect SLC, and Ramadan with the Utah Muslim Civic League.READ MORE
Project Rainbow's Lucas Horns and Jacey Thornton on Transgender Day of Visibility, especially in the wake of anti-trans legislation recently passed by Utah lawmakers. AmeriCorps' Michael Smith on community service. Plus, a preview of Treefort Music Fest in Boise, ID!READ MORE