Events for Activist Groups

Earth Day Celebration at Kiitos Brewing

Come celebrate Earth Day at Kiitos Brewing. This is a free event but you must be 21+ to attend. A portion of beer sales from the night will benefit local nonprofits. A dozen local environmental nonprofits in attendance, speakers, live music, food truck, brewery tours, and prize drawings.

For more information and to register for a chance to win a Utah Environmental Activist Survival Kit, check out the Facebook event or Eventbrite page below:

Vintage Secondhand Clothing Market

Come shop all secondhand and vintage clothing, footwear, and accessories from over 20 of Salt Lake City's top vintage vendors. The idea behind the Secondhand Market is to make it easy for people to shop pre-made and pre-loved items instead of supporting fast fashion which is a major planet polluter. This event is all about supporting your local thrifters and curators, supporting more sustainable consumption, and not supporting environmental degradation, child labor, animal cruelty, and poor working conditions within the garment factories and fashion industry as a whole. Hope to see you there.

$2 entry. For more details visit our FB page or on Instagram @vintagemarketslc.

After #MeToo: A New Frontier

Moderated by ABC4 evening anchor Emily Florez, we are excited to hear from top voices in the conversation of men and women at school, at work and at home: Christina M. Jepson of Parsons Behle & Latimer, Tiffany Turley, Title IX Coordinator at BYU and Jennifer Oxborrow, Executive Director of the Utah Domestic Violence Coalition.

Members of the Utah Women's Giving Circle Social 6:00-6:30 pm Panel 6:30-7:30 pm Free for Lifetime and 2019 Giving Circle Members; $10 for the Public

A Jewish Voice in Support of Refugees

A Jewish Voice in Support of Refugees at the Salt Lake City JCC presents the the state of refugees around the world, in the U.S., and locally here in Salt Lake City, as well as the connection of Jews to refugees today.

Volunteer Information Fair:  learn more about local refugee-serving groups and find out about volunteer opportunities and other ways to take action. 7:45 pm: Speaker program with remarks from Congregation Kol Ami's Rabbi Spector, HIAS' Rabbi Meyer, State Representative Patrice Arent, other elected officials, and local refugee Resettlement Agencies. The event is free. Guests are asked to consider bringing feminine hygiene items to contribute to a health drive for refugees.

For more information, contact Eric Goldman