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Tumbleweeds Annual Film Festival for Kids 2024

Discover a world of imagination and creation at Tumbleweeds 13th Annual Film Festival for Kids April 19-20, 2024 in West Jordan at the Viridian Event Center. This family-friendly event encourages kids to be curious and to take the lead in their creative learning. Tumbleweeds invite families and friends to experience storytelling through short and feature-length films, special guest presentations, enriching kid-friendly workshops taught by industry professionals, and an interactive clubhouse experience for all creators. This year's festival theme, "Finding Joy Together," reflects on friendship, teamwork, and community while celebrating our unique experiences. 🌟 Festival Highlights 🌟 4 Feature Films 2 Short Film Collections 3 Special Guest Presentations 10 Workshops for Kids 📍 Location: Viridian Event Center, West Jordan 8030 S. 1825 W. West Jordan, Ut 84088 Thank you to the Salt Lake Public Library partnership for making festival films free to all! Workshops are an additional fee of $25, and festival passes are available in a limited quantity and include discounts for workshops. Check out the Festival Schedule at:

Downtown Salt Lake Winter Market

Urban Food Connections is committed to helping our community connect with and support local food producers year-round.

The Winter Market will be held at the center of The Gateway on Saturdays between 10am to 2pm from November 11th through April 20th.  

There will be double the vendors with everything from hearty greens, microgreens, radishes, carrots, apples, Winter Squash and so much more. 

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This is the last Winter Market!  See you at the Summer Market.

Tiny Porch 4th Anniversary Party

Tiny Porch celebrates its 4th Anniversary with a voluntary Pot Luck (the food is always off the hook) and a $25 ticket to pay for the venue and the bands. We are extremely excited as the last two years have sold out so get your tickets now. We are super excited to welcome two new artists to the Tiny Porch family, The J-Rad Cooley Band and The Alpines both are amazing acts. Tell all your friends and plan on a special night! Also, we just added Dave Crespo & Pepper Rose to the bill!

The Bones of J.R. Jones x Parker Millsap

Tribe of I

Local music at The Hog Wallow. Details here

Bites & Brews at The Bayou for Crossroads Urban Center

2024 marks the 11th year our community has been gathering to drink delicious beer, eat tasty local food, socialize, and to support Crossroads' work to support those in need. Crossroads Urban Center is a 501(c)(3) that has been feeding and clothing Utahns in need since 1966. Each year, Crossroads provides services to over 58,000 people. We would not be able to do this work without you. This year, the BBB Benefit Party will be at The Bayou! We'll have live music, exciting silent auction items, and of course, some great libations. For more information or with questions, call Erika Gee, Community Involvement Director at (801) 364-7765 x.102. Tickets: $45 in advance; $50 at the door, $300 for a reserved table (includes 6 admissions). Tickets:

KRCL's Women Who Rock Presents: Talia Keys & The Love

A full band show with Talia Keys and the Love with opener Shecock and the Vengance

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Daniel Young x Hollering Pines Double Album Release Show

Daniel Young is a singer-songwriter, guitarist, drummer, sound engineer, and producer from Salt Lake City. He grew up on the side of a tall mountain, and that sense of forceful elevation informs all of his work. Daniel's been recording and performing for over two decades—and he's not that old, which tells you much of what you need to know about his commitment to craft, about how deep this runs with him. Who knows? On his soul-stretching, sometimes anguished fourth album, Leave It Out to Dry, Daniel Young finds his way to this question, over and over again. Through a heady stew of psych cowboy laments, Dead-style sideways rambles, and sagebrush pharmaceuticals, Leave It Out to Dry is Young's rawest, most expansive adventure yet. The medium matches the message: Young is looking at the great beyond; Young's music is becoming the great beyond. And, like the man said, sometimes when you stare into the abyss, it returns your gaze. Or sometimes, Young seems to acknowledge, you sing to it and it sounds back. The familiar influences are still there—country and western, early-70 r-&-r, observational songwriting á la John Prine—but they are filtered through something gnarlier, more unsettled. In other words, there's an urgency and a ragged edge to many of the cuts here that feels like a breakthrough. "Here Comes the Flood," for instance, finds Young at the edge of a new territory—sonically, spiritually—reaching outward, still reaching. Or the twin-guitar-lead, heavy-mic-bleed of "Help Us Get Along," a horn-driven plea that charges toward solace. Tracked mostly live in the basement of Orchard Studio, Leave It Out to Dry adds another length to the winding track of American song and sound that Young has been building for over half his life.

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Loom at The State Room

Loom is a Salt Lake City, UT based improvisational rock band that weaves together the imagery of cinematic landscapes with the novelty of auditory experimentalism into their live performances. Their music embodies a fusion of funk, jazz, disco, and world influences, captivating audiences and electrifying dance floors. Rooted in the commitment to a vibrant feedback loop with their audience, Loom's shows are never replicated, offering a distinct and communal celebration of the present moment. Loom is Billy Rogan (guitar), Vince DiMichele (bass), Tyler Troy (keyboards) and Carlos Bible (drums).

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Wasatch Community Gardens Plant Sale

Get your calendars cleared, your garden dreams a-flowin’ and join us for Wasatch Community Gardens’ annual Spring Plant Sale on Saturday, May 11th The sale will take place from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm at Rowland Hall.

Our sale features more than 40,000 food-growing plants raised from seed by participants of our farm-based Job Training Program serving women facing homelessness. These seedlings are grown with the utmost care at our certified organic Green Phoenix Farm.

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