Events

All that Remains and ATTILA

Don't miss metal bands All that Remains and ATTILA with special guest Sleep Signals on March 20th at The Depot! Doors: 5:30pm. All Ages Event.

www.depotslc.com



Garden Guru

If you have always wanted to take your gardening to the next level, this program is just for you. Whether you are just starting out or have been gardening for a while, this VIP access to workshops, events and personalized garden help includes: -Admission to any 3 gardening workshops hosted by WCG for 2019 ($60+ value) -A two-hour private garden consultation held at your garden (scheduled between April and September 2019)($100 value) -A garden journal to help you track crops and productivity ($20 value) -A garden tote filled with free packets of seeds($20 value) -A private group tour of the Grateful Tomato Garden -Entrance to the WCG Plant Sale Pre-Sale ($250 value) along with personalized shopping tips from our experts! -Two seedlings of rare, exciting peppers or tomatoes that are not available at our Plant Sale ($10 Value) -Entrance to the annual Urban Garden and Farm Tour on Saturday, June 23rd ($20 value) The cost of the entire series is $389. 100% of the proceeds support WCG programs in the community. Only 6 spaces available. Reserve your spot at https://wasatchgardens.org/news-and-events/calendar/185 For questions, give us a call at 801-359-2658 or email marybeth@wasatchgardens.org



Rise Against Oil and Gas: Action Training

The BLM is leasing 217,576 acres of public land in the Uintah Basin, near Bears Ears and Hovenweep National Monuments, and on wild landscapes to private oil & gas companies on March 25. Will you help us end this sale? Please join us to Rise against oil and gas at an Action Training. This peaceful event will be held within legal bounds--we do not condone violence of any kind. This event is ADA accessible, free and open to the public.

RSVP at http://bit.ly/defendourfuture 



ACME Session: Railroad Stories: Community Voices and Regional Perspectives

Free The story of America’s railroad is complicated and dynamic because it isn’t a single story: it’s many stories. These narratives—including those from our own communities—are personal and significant in ways that aren’t always reflected in how we talk about this shared history.

In conjunction with the UMFA's exhibition Race to Promontory: The Transcontinental Railroad and the American West and the 150th anniversary of the Golden Spike, join us for an evening of community conversation, reflection, collaboration, and art making that explores the railroad’s impact on our families, towns, and lives.

Presenters: Katherine Kitterman, Historical Director, Better Days 2020 Darren Parry, Chairman, Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation Judge Michael Kwan, President, Chinese Railroad Workers Descendants Association Fred E. Woods, Professor, Church History & Doctrine, Brigham Young University

Luminaria Presenters and activity leaders: Luminaria co-founders Christine Baczek and David Hyams will discuss the photographic technologies and challenges of the Race to Promontory era, provide sample prints and plates for handling, and share photographic equipment used to create those images.

umfa.utah.edu



The Black Queen with Uniform, SRSQ

For Los Angeles’ The Black Queen, the depths of isolation and loss have always functioned as a gateway to being born anew. Much has transpired since the band released their cold, cutting debut album Fever Daydream (a record that Revolver described as “a haunting exploration of the darker side of pop music”). But throughout it all, the trio of Greg Puciato (former frontman of the now-defunct The Dillinger Escape Plan), Joshua Eustis (of Telefon Tel Aviv, Puscifer, and Nine Inch Nails), and Steven Alexander Ryan (technician for Nine Inch Nails, Kesha, and A Perfect Circle) have emerged as triumphant and intense as ever, documenting their journey via the synth-streaked industrial anthems of their sophomore release, Infinite Games.

www.theurbanloungeslc.com



Mike Krol with Vertical Scratchers

Of all the breakups in Mike Krol’s songs, the most harrowing story is about his breakup with music. 

In 2015, coming off of his best record yet and the ensuing world tour, Krol found himself in the midst of a full-blown existential crisis. He’d invested everything to create the rock-and-roll life he’d always wanted, but he wasn’t sure the life wanted him back. 

Power Chords , Krol’s new Merge release, picks up where 2015’s Turkey left off. It traces Krol’s journey back to punk rock, harnessing both the guitar technique and the musical redemption referenced in its title. To rediscover the power in those chords, Krol recorded for two-plus years in three separate locations (Nashville, Los Angeles, and Krol’s native Wisconsin). The record opens in a howling maelstrom of feedback: welcome to Krol’s crucible. After a stage-setting spoken-word intro (“I used to never understand the blues, until the night I met you. And every day since, I’ve gotten better at guitar”), we find ourselves back in familiar Krol territory—aggressive and assertive, scratchy and raw, catchy as hell—but something has changed. The sounds have a new density—and so do the stories. Krol’s lyrics have always walked a fine line between self-acceptance and self-destruction, but throughout Power Chords , they reveal a new sense of self-awareness. “Without a little drama I grow bored and sick of all my days,” he sings on “Little Drama,” and it’s just one revelatory moment on a record full of them. 

www.kilbycourt.com



Open Mic Night

www.velourlive.com



Mikael

Mikael Lewis performing live acoustic originals and select covers at Snowbirds Aerie Lounge. www.mikaellewis.com



The Moves Collective

www.thehogwallow.com



10th Annual Intermountain Sustainability Summit

The Intermountain Sustainability Summit is an annual benchmark event where sustainability professionals from business, non-profits, government, and education come together, along with the next generation of leaders, to learn, share, network and build momentum as we work to improve our communities, environment and economy. Over 400 sustainability professionals, engaged citizens, and emerging leaders will gather at Weber State for the 10th annual celebration of the Summit.

This year’s keynote speakers are environmentalist, entrepreneur, author, and activist, Paul Hawken, at 2:30 p.m. and Senior Climate Scientist & Director of Climate at the Union of Concerned Scientists, Brenda Ekwurzel at 8:30 a.m.

Check-in opens at 7:30 a.m. and sessions go until 5:00 p.m. This year's event hosts over 40 local and national speakers. Tracks include Clean Energy, Buildings & Cities, Equity, Climate & Engagement, and Zero Waste. The Summit also offers the Eco Expo where participants can mingle with sustainably minded organizations. In addition, the Student Poster Contest where students will showcase their work related to sustainability.

Learn more and register at https://www.weber.edu/issummit https://www.facebook.com/IntermountainSustainabilitySummit/?ref=br_rs