Events

Songs, Stories, S'mores

Songs, Stories, S'Mores on the 20th; $3 members / $5 non-members, 2 and under free; All Ages Welcome
Join us for a family-friendly night out in nature where we’ll hear songs and stories from our community. Bring along your acoustic guitar, harmonica, and trusty pipes to sing the night away around a crackling fire.  All abilities are encouraged to participate, but you are also welcome to kick back, relax, and enjoy the entertainment. We’ll provide some entertainment of our own, along with classic campfire s’mores.  

ogdennaturecenter.org



Merata: How Mum Decolonised the Screen

Utah Pacific Island Film Series is excitied to present a free, community screening of Merata: How Mum Decolonised the Screen whose World Premiere was at 2019 Sundance Film Festival.

A documentary portrait of the pioneering indigenous filmmaker and activist Merata Mita, MERATA is an intimate tribute from a son about his mother that delves into the life of the first woman from an Indigenous Nation to solely direct a film anywhere in the world. Known as the grandmother of Indigenous cinema, Merata’s independent political documentaries of the ‘70s and ‘80s highlighted injustices for MaÌ„ori people, and often divided the country. Mita was fearless in her life, her activism and her art. Chronicling the director’s journey to decolonize the film and television screens of New Zealand and the world, the film documents her work, her early struggles with her family and her drive for social justice that often proved personally dangerous.



Rooted: Art from Home

An immersive art event for youth artists to tell their stories of migration through five mediums: dance, film, fashion, poetry, and still art. 6:00-9:00pm 



Branson Anderson Album Release with Lovely Noughts, Timmy The Teeth

www.kilbycourt.com



Prometheus Bound by Aeschylus

The Classical Greek Theatre Festival presents Prometheus Bound by Aeschylus, translated by William Matthews, and directed by Emilio Casillas.  Prometheus Bound tells of the fall of the Titan Prometheus at the hands of the newly crowned king of the gods, the Olympian Zeus.  Bound to a rock at the bottom of a ravine in the far flung Caucasus, Prometheus is visited by the Oceanids – nymphs of the world’s many springs, their father Oceanus – the primordial world-encircling river, Io—the mortal woman loved by Zeus and harried by Hera, and finally by Hermes—the young Olympian chosen as the emissary of Zeus.

The Pre-show lecture begins at 7, the play begins at 7:30

 $15 /$10 for students.  Visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/prometheus-bound-tickets-59845616851 for ticketing information.  Tickets may also be purchased at the Harman Theatre Box Office.

 

Harman Theatre
3333 Decker Lake Drive
WVC, UT 84119

www.harmantheatre.org



Hamilton, Cantonwine and Clark,

Popular local trio, specializing in free-range music...roots and soulful songs played the way the ought to be.

www.feldmansdeli.com



Zara Larsson: Don't Worry Bout Me Tour

www.depotslc.com



Memphis McCool

Memphis McCool will be brining the "Power Soul" to The Garten Friday September 20th!

www.memphismccool@gmail.com



Thriller - Odyssey Dance Theatre

Mystifying, mesmerizing, morbid monsters and maniacs return to the Egyptian Theatre September 20th through October 6th. This show by Odyssey Dance Theatre has it all – frights, amazement, scares and lots of laughs. Come and join this spectacular Halloween tradition and see what everyone is talking about! Always a sell-out.

This show uses theatrical haze and strobe lighting. For more information and to reserve tickets head to our website ParkCityShows.com or call the box office at 855-745-SHOW.



Diana Krall

https://live-at-the-eccles.com/ 801-355-ARTS (2787)