Monster Drawing Rally is back by popular demand! It’s a live drawing event and party that allows spectators to spy on the creative process, build relationships with local artists and grow their art collections. Over the course of the night, artists will take shifts drawing and making artwork for 50 minutes. Sketches turn into finished pieces made from collage, watercolor, acrylic, graphite and other media. Finished drawings are immediately available for purchase. Monster Drawing Rally is presented in partnership by the Park City Summit County Arts Council and the Kimball Art Center. On May 31st, we will have an overall training with food provided at 4 PM, giving you the opportunity to ask any questions and be clear on instructions for the night. Please sign up using this link: http://signup.com/go/WKthGEb Thank you in advance!CATEGORY: Volunteer Opportunities
Wild Wednesday: Turtles & Tortoises; Free for members and free with regular daily admission rates; of $5 adults, $4 seniors, $3 kids (2-11); All ages
All tortoises are turtles, but not all turtles are tortoises! Come learn the difference between these reptile designations and meet a live Desert Tortoise. Please meet in the Visitor Center.
Join us for any or all events in this series to learn skills that will make you safer and more confident to deal with whatever happens during your ride. And we'll throw in a few events just for fun, like cycling and yoga, green bikes and electric bikes. This week...Basic Bike Maintenance that you can do at home You've invested in a bike, helmet and other equipment. Why not make it last? Yeah, you might want to take it in for a check up (also known as a tune up) every so often and if you should have a spill. But, with just a little knowledge you can help your trusty steed run smoothly, last longer and be your BFF. The SLC Bicycle Collective sells most items to help maintain your bike, as well as helmets, refurbished bikes, and more, so check out their selection while you are there! If weather and time permit, we'll also take a group ride. So bring your bike and helmet . IMPORTANT...We are not about racing, pace lines or lycra! We want EVERYONE to be riding bicycles. Ride to work, to shop, to spend time with family or meet friends. Every time that you ride instead of drive you positively affect physical and mental health, air quality and awareness of cyclists on the road. It's a win-win! Email: email@example.comCATEGORY: Classes & Workshops
On May 25, Tony Weller will discuss 17 reasons books might increase in value. Tony has sold books at Sam Weller Books, renamed Weller Book Works in 2012, since the 1970s. In a massive bookstore with many topics, Tony was awed by the knowledge of older booksellers before becoming overwhelmed by what seemed to be an ever-increasing and insurmountable amount of book information. In the 1980s, he started carefully listing and defining the traits that caused a few books to appreciate in value. The list started with roughly a dozen factors and grew to 17 by the mid-1990s. Half of them are quite uncommon. Two of them account for a majority of collected books. More importantly, the analysis becomes an examination of human desire and the reasons a few desirable books grow in value because of inadequate supply. Collectors navigate by personal interest. A clever bookseller adds clients’ interest to his own. Meet book collectors and unique thinkers at Weller Book Works Collectors’ Book Salon. Glasses are filled and socializing begins at 6:30. Collector’s Chats begin at 7:15.CATEGORY: Community Events
Join us Saturday, May 26, from 2 - 4 PM, as Andrew Baldwin signs DESERT GUARDIAN and RAPTOR CANYON! DESERT GUARDIAN: Ethan's world turns upside-down when he slips off the edge of red-rock cliffs into a world of twisting canyons, ruthless looters, and midnight murders. Saved by a moonshining hermit, Ethan must join a whitewater rafting group and make his way back to civilization. But someone in the canyons is killing to protect their illegal dig for ancient treasures. Ethan must learn who he can and cannot trust, survive the harsh desert, and unravel the mysterious murders. The fight of his life begins now... RAPTOR CANYON: An impromptu murder leads a hermit named Relic to an unlikely set of dinosaur petroglyphs and swindlers using the unique rock art to turn a pristine canyon in to a high-end tourist trap. When attorney, Wyatt, and his boss travel to the site to approve the next phase of financing, Wyatt learns the truth about their unorthodox role in the project. A corrupt security chief runs Relic and Wyatt off of the site and the unusual pair must endure each other while fleeing through white-water rapids, remote gorges, and hidden caverns. Faye, who shares covert ties with the treasured site, catalyzes their desperate plan to fight back and to recast the fate of Raptor Canyon.CATEGORY: Book Readings and Signings
ALL AGES Drag Show!! Contact Brigitte Kiss if you want to perform!! $5 suggested donation at the doorCATEGORY: Theater & Dance
Wild Wednesday: Our National Symbol – Memorial Day Program; Free for members and free with regular daily admission rates of $5 adults, $4 seniors, $3 kids (2-11); All ages
Did you know the Bald Eagle had to compete with the turkey to become our national symbol? It’s true! Join us for a special Memorial Day program with the Ogden Nature Center’s own Bald Eagle, Des Ta Te. Come learn about these special birds and hear how they finally became our national symbol. Please meet in the Visitor Center.
Join us for a live taping of RadioWest, followed by a fundraiser for KUER on May 30, 2018, at The Center for the Arts at Kayenta. There will be a live RadioWest followed by a VIP Dinner with Doug Fabrizio and the RadioWest Crew The VIP dinner will follow the live taping, and tickets are available for $100/person. Host Doug Fabrizio and the RadioWest crew will be in attendance. Tickets required for both the free reception, silent auction and live RadioWest and for the VIP dinner. Questions? Contact Becky Youkstetter at firstname.lastname@example.org or (801) 581-6741.CATEGORY: Community Events
On Thursday, May 31st, 2018 Holy Cross Ministries of Utah (HCM) will host its’ first annual Legal Service Awards Luncheon to recognize instrumental contributors in the legal sphere who share Holy Cross Ministries’ vision for just, compassionate, sustainable, and inclusive communities. The event will be held from 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM. Tickets can be purchased online at www.hcmutah.org/hcm-events until May 20th, 2018. Key contributors of the immigration legal community, who exemplify Sister Kathleen Moroney’s commitment to justice, will be recognized through three awards in the following categories: • Philanthropic Firm of the Year • Innovative Agency of the Year • the Moroney Legal Service Award Holy Cross Ministries is now accepting nominations for the three award categories that will be presented during the event. Detailed descriptions of each of the award categories are now available on our website. Please log on to www.hcmutah.org/hcm-events to submit your nominations. The deadline to submit all nominations is April 13th, 2018.CATEGORY: Charity and Outreach