Events

Lovelytheband: The Finding it Hard to Smile Tour

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Murs with Locksmith, Cojo and Zac Ivie

theurbanloungeslc.com



National Library Month: You Belong at the County Library

April in National Library Month. Show your love for the County Library and the community by sharing your library experience on social media and donating food at your local branch to receive a fine waiver of up to $5 per County Library card (on existing fines only). #thecountylibrary All County Library Branches April 1–30 thecountylibrary.org/specialevents



Fundamentals of Fundraising Day

Association of Fundraising Professionals - Utah Chapter's biennial Fundamentals of Fundraising Day conference offering a complete overview of the development function, featuring the most current information and methods and will provide an overview of skills, techniques and program components for new and intermediate level fundraising individuals. Concluding the conference, participants will hear from a philanthropist on the impact of giving. During this full-day conference, participants will get to network with peers and meet new colleagues, while hearing from experts in their fields on such topics as building a diverse approach to fundraising, marketing strategies for ongoing success, the power of relationships, securing the gift, as well as management, accountability and leadership.

$75 for AFP Utah members;  $125 for non-members (Members have been emailed a coupon code that must be used to receive discounted registration).

To apply for a scholarship, see the full workshop schedule, read speaker bios, and to register, visit https://afputah.org/fun. Please email info@afputah.org with any questions.



Forever Came Calling with Chase Huglin, Andy's Room and Val Astaire

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Letters & Conversations

The state legislative session is over, and we are entering the Interim period of the year when legislators go back to their day jobs and come together once a month to study and debate current issues facing Utah and policies to address them. That means there is plenty of opportunity for community members to stay engaged and impact the issues! Learn how YOU can make a meaningful difference over Interim by attending an upcoming Action Utah Letters & Conversations event! These popular workshops will give you tools and ideas for becoming more civically engaged leading up to the next election and 2020 state legislative session. Sign up for Letters & Conversations! Get all your questions answered at this casual community workshop! Action Utah provides how-to’s, tips and tools so you can make a meaningful difference with your civic engagement over Interim, including: - How to communicate with your elected officials at any level of government so you can get your voice heard - When to call vs when to email and how to email effectively - Tools for in-person meetings - How to write a letter to the editor that sways hearts, minds and votes No experience necessary.

This event is free, but space is limited. RSVP today @ https://actionnetwork.org/events/letters-conversations-park-city?source=direct_link&



Catch Fish

The sound of LIVE acoustic music always fits nicely in Salt Lake City ~ especially on a weeknight with the Lake Effect vibe taking any edge off the work day! You'll feel it hit you as soon as you open the giant door into this historic building. Enjoy a fantastic dinner, the city's best collection of adult spirits, and catch Jim Fish sharing great Americana covers with his contagious original music too. Think Prine, Stapleton, and Petty raising shot glasses with Waylon! Cheers ~ he'll be bending strings and singing things till 9 PM!



Queer Oral History Night

The Utah Queer Historical Society (a program of the Utah Pride Center) invites the public to attend our free, monthly Oratories, a videotaped oral history project featuring community leaders with a Utah connection. For April, we are pleased to have with us two great guest speakers: Carol Gnade, the former Executive Director of the Utah Pride Center and former Executive Director of ACLU of Utah; and Kate Kendall, the recently retired Executive Director of the National Center for Lesbian Rights who was also the first staff lawyer of the ACLU of Utah, is a native Utahn, a graduate of the University of Utah, and in 2009 Kate was named a "hero" for National GLBT History Month. Gnade and Kendall will recount stories on the legal gains of the LGBT community in the past 25 years.

This is a free event. Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/830167164018895/?active_tab=about



2019 Stand Against Racism: Immigrant Justice is Racial Justice

Join us for the next event in the Women of Color Conversation Series during Stand Against Racism. Stand Against Racism is a signature campaign of YWCA USA to build community among those who work for racial justice and to raise awareness about the negative impact of institutional and structural racism in our communities. Our panelists will discuss this year’s Stand Against Racism’s theme that immigrant justice is integral to racial justice.

This event is made possible by collaboration between the following community organizations: Utah Pacific Islander Civic Engagement Coalition, Racially Just Utah-RJU, Utah Coalition of La Raza, Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault , and YWCA Utah.

This is a free event, but there is limited seating – register now. All are welcome.

Register at https://www.ywcautah.org/blog/event/women-of-color-conversation-series/



Open Mic Night

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