Events for Garden

2022 Utah Pond Tour

There are 18 beautiful local ponds in the tour this year. Most of the ponds are in Salt Lake County with additional ponds In Davis, Weber and Utah Counties. This is a self- guided tour, a map and details with addresses for the ponds will be provided in an app after ticket purchase. 2022 Pond Tour

Saturday, August 13th 9 AM To 5 PM Sunday, August 14th 10 AM To 5 PM $20 Per family or group. Go to Utahpondtour.com to purchase tickets and for additional information.



2022 Utah Pond Tour

There are 18 beautiful local ponds in the tour this year. Most of the ponds are in Salt Lake County with additional ponds In Davis, Weber and Utah Counties. This is a self- guided tour, a map and details with addresses for the ponds will be provided in an app after ticket purchase. 2022 Pond Tour

Saturday, August 13th 9 AM To 5 PM Sunday, August 14th 10 AM To 5 PM $20 Per family or group. Go to Utahpondtour.com to purchase tickets and for additional information.



Webinar: What's Wrong with My Tomatoes? The 22 Most Common Tomato Problems in Northern Utah

https://wasatchgardens.org/index.php?option=com_civicrm&task=civicrm/event/register&id=989&reset=1

In this no-nonsense and fast-paced webinar, students will learn how to identify and troubleshoot the top 22 problems with tomato fruits and plants that we face here in northern Utah. We'll cover the most common diseases you're likely to deal with along the Wasatch Front as well as the insect pests that love to "bug" our tomatoes. We will also cover a whole range of other problems that can result in no fruit, just a few fruit, or blemished fruit. New this year is a section in the webinar about the so-called "tomato-pocalypse" that has affected so many home gardeners and farmers across the Wasatch Front this year. We'll review what's currently known about this condition that has killed off so many of our beloved tomato plants.

The presentation will be about 2 hrs 30-45 minutes with Q&A at the end. Students are invited to use the chat feature to participate and ask questions. A handful of these issues are covered each year in our on-demand webinar called "Growing Great Tomatoes: Cultivating for Health and Productivity," but in "What's Wrong with My Tomatoes," we cover many more, really allowing you as a tomato gardener to up your game and successfully troubleshoot most of the issues you're likely to encounter growing this popular crop. Lots of photos are included in the presentation, as well as tips for additional support and resources. Also, if you're new to diagnosing and managing garden problems, consider registering for our on-demand webinar, "What's Wrong with My Veggies? Basic Organic Pest Management," to learn the whole process of pest and disease prevention, identification, and management.

NOTE: This workshop will be offered as a live webinar using a webinar hosting platform called Demio (similar to Zoom). Registered students will receive in their emailed registration confirmation a link to register with Demio and receive the join link for class. Because the link is sent immediately to registered students, we cannot issue refunds once registration is complete.

INSTRUCTOR: Marybeth Janerich TUITION: This workshop is $25. Discounted rates available to community gardeners with WCG or the WCG Network. Pre-Registration is required. Deadline for registration is August 17 at 6:15 pm. NOTE: We offer reduced-tuition scholarships for low-income individuals. If you would like to apply, please fill out and submit our scholarship application before continuing the on-line registration process.



Webinar: What's Wrong with My Tomatoes? The 22 Most Common Tomato Problems in Northern Utah

https://wasatchgardens.org/index.php?option=com_civicrm&task=civicrm/event/register&id=989&reset=1

In this no-nonsense and fast-paced webinar, students will learn how to identify and troubleshoot the top 22 problems with tomato fruits and plants that we face here in northern Utah. We'll cover the most common diseases you're likely to deal with along the Wasatch Front as well as the insect pests that love to "bug" our tomatoes. We will also cover a whole range of other problems that can result in no fruit, just a few fruit, or blemished fruit. New this year is a section in the webinar about the so-called "tomato-pocalypse" that has affected so many home gardeners and farmers across the Wasatch Front this year. We'll review what's currently known about this condition that has killed off so many of our beloved tomato plants.

The presentation will be about 2 hrs 30-45 minutes with Q&A at the end. Students are invited to use the chat feature to participate and ask questions. A handful of these issues are covered each year in our on-demand webinar called "Growing Great Tomatoes: Cultivating for Health and Productivity," but in "What's Wrong with My Tomatoes," we cover many more, really allowing you as a tomato gardener to up your game and successfully troubleshoot most of the issues you're likely to encounter growing this popular crop. Lots of photos are included in the presentation, as well as tips for additional support and resources. Also, if you're new to diagnosing and managing garden problems, consider registering for our on-demand webinar, "What's Wrong with My Veggies? Basic Organic Pest Management," to learn the whole process of pest and disease prevention, identification, and management.

NOTE: This workshop will be offered as a live webinar using a webinar hosting platform called Demio (similar to Zoom). Registered students will receive in their emailed registration confirmation a link to register with Demio and receive the join link for class. Because the link is sent immediately to registered students, we cannot issue refunds once registration is complete.

INSTRUCTOR: Marybeth Janerich TUITION: This workshop is $25. Discounted rates available to community gardeners with WCG or the WCG Network. Pre-Registration is required. Deadline for registration is August 17 at 6:15 pm. NOTE: We offer reduced-tuition scholarships for low-income individuals. If you would like to apply, please fill out and submit our scholarship application before continuing the on-line registration process.



Webinar: What's Wrong with My Tomatoes? The 22 Most Common Tomato Problems in Northern Utah

https://wasatchgardens.org/index.php?option=com_civicrm&task=civicrm/event/register&id=989&reset=1

In this no-nonsense and fast-paced webinar, students will learn how to identify and troubleshoot the top 22 problems with tomato fruits and plants that we face here in northern Utah. We'll cover the most common diseases you're likely to deal with along the Wasatch Front as well as the insect pests that love to "bug" our tomatoes. We will also cover a whole range of other problems that can result in no fruit, just a few fruit, or blemished fruit. New this year is a section in the webinar about the so-called "tomato-pocalypse" that has affected so many home gardeners and farmers across the Wasatch Front this year. We'll review what's currently known about this condition that has killed off so many of our beloved tomato plants.

The presentation will be about 2 hrs 30-45 minutes with Q&A at the end. Students are invited to use the chat feature to participate and ask questions. A handful of these issues are covered each year in our on-demand webinar called "Growing Great Tomatoes: Cultivating for Health and Productivity," but in "What's Wrong with My Tomatoes," we cover many more, really allowing you as a tomato gardener to up your game and successfully troubleshoot most of the issues you're likely to encounter growing this popular crop. Lots of photos are included in the presentation, as well as tips for additional support and resources. Also, if you're new to diagnosing and managing garden problems, consider registering for our on-demand webinar, "What's Wrong with My Veggies? Basic Organic Pest Management," to learn the whole process of pest and disease prevention, identification, and management.

NOTE: This workshop will be offered as a live webinar using a webinar hosting platform called Demio (similar to Zoom). Registered students will receive in their emailed registration confirmation a link to register with Demio and receive the join link for class. Because the link is sent immediately to registered students, we cannot issue refunds once registration is complete.

INSTRUCTOR: Marybeth Janerich TUITION: This workshop is $25. Discounted rates available to community gardeners with WCG or the WCG Network. Pre-Registration is required. Deadline for registration is August 17 at 6:15 pm. NOTE: We offer reduced-tuition scholarships for low-income individuals. If you would like to apply, please fill out and submit our scholarship application before continuing the on-line registration process.



Webinar: What's Wrong with My Tomatoes? The 22 Most Common Tomato Problems in Northern Utah

https://wasatchgardens.org/index.php?option=com_civicrm&task=civicrm/event/register&id=989&reset=1

In this no-nonsense and fast-paced webinar, students will learn how to identify and troubleshoot the top 22 problems with tomato fruits and plants that we face here in northern Utah. We'll cover the most common diseases you're likely to deal with along the Wasatch Front as well as the insect pests that love to "bug" our tomatoes. We will also cover a whole range of other problems that can result in no fruit, just a few fruit, or blemished fruit. New this year is a section in the webinar about the so-called "tomato-pocalypse" that has affected so many home gardeners and farmers across the Wasatch Front this year. We'll review what's currently known about this condition that has killed off so many of our beloved tomato plants.

The presentation will be about 2 hrs 30-45 minutes with Q&A at the end. Students are invited to use the chat feature to participate and ask questions. A handful of these issues are covered each year in our on-demand webinar called "Growing Great Tomatoes: Cultivating for Health and Productivity," but in "What's Wrong with My Tomatoes," we cover many more, really allowing you as a tomato gardener to up your game and successfully troubleshoot most of the issues you're likely to encounter growing this popular crop. Lots of photos are included in the presentation, as well as tips for additional support and resources. Also, if you're new to diagnosing and managing garden problems, consider registering for our on-demand webinar, "What's Wrong with My Veggies? Basic Organic Pest Management," to learn the whole process of pest and disease prevention, identification, and management.

NOTE: This workshop will be offered as a live webinar using a webinar hosting platform called Demio (similar to Zoom). Registered students will receive in their emailed registration confirmation a link to register with Demio and receive the join link for class. Because the link is sent immediately to registered students, we cannot issue refunds once registration is complete.

INSTRUCTOR: Marybeth Janerich TUITION: This workshop is $25. Discounted rates available to community gardeners with WCG or the WCG Network. Pre-Registration is required. Deadline for registration is August 17 at 6:15 pm. NOTE: We offer reduced-tuition scholarships for low-income individuals. If you would like to apply, please fill out and submit our scholarship application before continuing the on-line registration process.



Webinar: What's Wrong with My Tomatoes? The 22 Most Common Tomato Problems in Northern Utah

https://wasatchgardens.org/index.php?option=com_civicrm&task=civicrm/event/register&id=989&reset=1

In this no-nonsense and fast-paced webinar, students will learn how to identify and troubleshoot the top 22 problems with tomato fruits and plants that we face here in northern Utah. We'll cover the most common diseases you're likely to deal with along the Wasatch Front as well as the insect pests that love to "bug" our tomatoes. We will also cover a whole range of other problems that can result in no fruit, just a few fruit, or blemished fruit. New this year is a section in the webinar about the so-called "tomato-pocalypse" that has affected so many home gardeners and farmers across the Wasatch Front this year. We'll review what's currently known about this condition that has killed off so many of our beloved tomato plants.

The presentation will be about 2 hrs 30-45 minutes with Q&A at the end. Students are invited to use the chat feature to participate and ask questions. A handful of these issues are covered each year in our on-demand webinar called "Growing Great Tomatoes: Cultivating for Health and Productivity," but in "What's Wrong with My Tomatoes," we cover many more, really allowing you as a tomato gardener to up your game and successfully troubleshoot most of the issues you're likely to encounter growing this popular crop. Lots of photos are included in the presentation, as well as tips for additional support and resources. Also, if you're new to diagnosing and managing garden problems, consider registering for our on-demand webinar, "What's Wrong with My Veggies? Basic Organic Pest Management," to learn the whole process of pest and disease prevention, identification, and management.

NOTE: This workshop will be offered as a live webinar using a webinar hosting platform called Demio (similar to Zoom). Registered students will receive in their emailed registration confirmation a link to register with Demio and receive the join link for class. Because the link is sent immediately to registered students, we cannot issue refunds once registration is complete.

INSTRUCTOR: Marybeth Janerich TUITION: This workshop is $25. Discounted rates available to community gardeners with WCG or the WCG Network. Pre-Registration is required. Deadline for registration is August 17 at 6:15 pm. NOTE: We offer reduced-tuition scholarships for low-income individuals. If you would like to apply, please fill out and submit our scholarship application before continuing the on-line registration process.



Ballet West in the Garden

September 9, 7:30PM (Doors open at 6:30PM)

Following their exhilarating 2021 performance, Ballet West returns to Red Butte! The program includes Scottish Ballet Resident Choreographer Sophie LaPlane’s Galantheae, former Ballet West Principal Artist Chase O’Connell’s Experience, and excerpts from George Balanchine’s Concerto Barocco and Gerald Arpino’s Light Rain. More than 65,000 ballet lovers attended the 21/22 Ballet West season—come see why Utahns are falling in love with Ballet West all over again.

Tickets can be purchased here: https://balletwest.org/events/ballet-west-in-the-garden-red-butte-garden



Second Chance Dance

Support Waste Less Solutions at our Second Chance Dance with tasty bites from six local chefs comprising delicious creations from rescued food and accompanied by a live band. Beer, wine, and a signature cocktail will be available to pair with food.

This is a 21+ event. 

Monday, September 12, 2022 from 6pm to 9pm What to Wear: Your Best Thrifted/Vintage/Well Worn attire Tickets: $100 for one, $175 for two (price includes food and drinks). Tickets can be purchased at: https://www.wastelesssolutions.org/2ndchance