Events

Craft Lake City Presents: Visible Mending Workshop

Welcome to the world of visible mending—where holes, rips, tears and even stains provide opportunities for one-of-a-kind creativity. In this Craft Lake City workshop taught by Jenny Wilding Cardon of reMade Nation, you’ll learn the easy hand-sewing technique of darning to mend holes in clothing, linens and other fabric items. Turn unsightly holes into cool conversation pieces with this fun method of weaving thread over a hole to create a new “fabric” all your own. Join us for this fun, eco-fashion and slow-fashion friendly class.

Tickets are $35 and available for purchase at craftlakecity.com/workshops



Celebrate the Bounty

Celebrate the Bounty, Local First Utah’s annual food-centric fundraiser, is a night like none other in Utah. We partner with some of Utah’s finest, local to the core, independent restaurants and spirit makers, in order to throw the best party in town for one helluva a cause: the strength & vibrancy of Utah’s economy and community. This year, we’re back at the ever-so-elegant Caffe Molise, in the Historic Eagle Building at 404 South West Temple, where we’ll enjoy small bites, cocktails, a rousing silent auction, and great live music.

Tickets are $65 for Food Only/$75 Food & Drink. Visit www.localfirst.org/celebrate-the-bounty to purchase tickets. Celebrate the Bounty is a 21+ event.



Ayja Bounous and Zack Podmore Meet & Greet

Join Torrey House authors Zak Podmore and Ayja Bounous for a short pre-release reading of their upcoming books followed by a meet-and-mingle night of food, drinks, and conversation at Fisher Brewing Company, presented in partnership with Save Our Canyons and Patagonia SLC. Confluence: Navigating the Personal & Political on Rivers of the New West sets out to explore exploited Western rivers—and some of the most pressing environmental justice issues of our time. After losing his river-running mother to cancer, Zak Podmore disappears into the American West’s iconic canyon country to heal. He kayaks down a rare release of water in the Colorado River Delta, investigates uranium tailings on Ute Mountain Ute lands near the San Juan River, and interrogates the treatment of asylum seekers crossing the Rio Grande. Confluence presents an up-close, personal perspective on our responsibility to rivers and to each other. Zak Podmore is an award-winning writer whose work has appeared in Outside, Sierra, High Country News, and Canoe & Kayak. He lives in Utah where he reports for The Salt Lake Tribune. From mountain ecology to population pressure, Shaped by Snow: Defending the Future of Winter examines the environmental impacts of the ski industry—even as Ayja Bounous celebrates a legacy of snow and love from a family instrumental in its development. Exploring threats to winter due to climate change, Bounous realizes how deeply her personal relationships are tied to a disappearing season. Climate activist and third-generation skier Ayja Bounous holds an MA in Environmental Humanities from the University of Utah. She lives at the base of the Wasatch Mountains in Salt Lake City.

This event is presented by Torrey House Press, Fisher Brewing Co., Patagonia SLC outlet, Save Our Canyons, and the Utah Humanities Book Festival. This event is supported in part by Utah Humanities; the Utah Department of Arts & Museums; and SLCo Zoo, Arts & Parks.



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.



Robert Loud

www.velourlive.com



Noah Gundersen

On valentines day, 2019, i was in bed with my girlfriend, in a hotel room in Seattle, tripping on mushrooms. i was showing her bits and pieces of the album in its then unfinished form. at the time it was going to be called “i hope you meet everything you fear.” i guess it still could be. but as i was hearing the songs outside of my own ego, i began to see a pattern. or more so a person. a boy. a boy who had tried really hard for a long time to fill a space in his heart. a boy who didn’t know how to be alone, but regardless spent most of his time floating in his own head. a boy who really, really wanted to experience love — a majestic love, an epic love. and in the end, a boy who didn’t have anything to prove anymore.



Moonchild

Moonchild is a combination of three independent, strong-willed spirits—Amber Navran [vocals, tenor saxophone, flute, keyboards, synth bass, drum programming], Andris Mattson [trumpet, flugelhorn, keyboards, synth bass, guitar, drum programming], and Max Bryk [alto saxophone, clarinet, keyboards, synth bass, drum programming]. The resulting union yields an ever-evolving fusion of alternative R&B and neo-soul. For as singular as each personality may be, they all participate equally in writing, produc-ing, tracking, and mixing their records, collaborating as true equal partners. Not only do they create as a unit, but they also evolve, grow, and transform as one.
“Our chemistry as writers was pretty instantaneous from the start,” explains Andris. “The first tune we came up with, we all sat on a piano bench together and wrote as a unit. Nowadays, each of us has our own studio setup and are constantly making beats and writing songs on our own. We’ll often send each other emails of beats we made and then get together to expand them into full songs. We have so much trust in each other during the writing process.” 

www.theurbanloungeslc.com



Mythic Valley

www.thehogwallow.com



Ogden Twilight - Rufus Du Sol

Ogden Twilight is back this summer with national headliners and featured local bands at the Ogden Ampitheater.  Your Ogden Twilight is also your RideUTA pass for the night.

Doors and Food Vendors open at 5pm and music begins at 6pm.

Information at ogdentwilight.com; tickets at 24tix.



Paper Mache Taxidermy

September 27th Friday 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Ages 8+ Cost $35 Create your own whimsical animal paper mache head with whatever creative touches you wish. Heads backed on wooden plaques. The perfect addition to any home decor. Come see what your imagination can design. All materials are provided. All participants receive a 10% discount on any gift shop purchases made during the workshop.

Purchase tickets here https://www.bdac.org/product-page/paper-mache-taxidermy-with-megan-gibbs-ages-8