Low Cut Connie

Since Low Cut Connie's debut record Get Out the Lotion (NPR’s Fresh Air Top 10 albums of 2011), they’ve firmly established their reputation as one of the most exciting live shows in the US, with Greg Kot (Sound Opinions / Chicago Tribune) exclaiming they are “the essence of what rock n roll should be” and The New York Times stating, “Low Cut Connie’s word-of-mouth legend is built on live shows like this one.”

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Journey to the Wasatch

Join us at Journey to the Wasatch, the International Rescue Committee (IRC) in Salt Lake City's annual fundraising party celebrating refugees in our community who survive conflict and disaster to call Utah their home. This year, the IRC in Salt Lake City looks back at 25 years of serving refugees in our community since opening our doors in 1994. Alongside fellow humanitarians, enjoy a spirited symbolic live auction, activities to #StandWithRefugees, and a variety of small bites catered by entrepreneurs from Spice Kitchen Incubator.

Reserve your tickets here: All proceeds raised stay in Salt Lake City to help the IRC continue to serve refugees and their families in our community. For questions, contact Jesse Sheets, development manager, at

Health with Youth Code

Ask an Advocate

Do you have a question about consent, sexual violence, the criminal justice process? This event and facebook/instagram live event is here to help answer your questions. Wednesday, April 17, 2019 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Chances are, if you have questions others may have questions too—and our diverse team of advocates from the criminal justice system, campus advocates,and hospital response want to help empower by providing answers to those questions. Submit your question on our social media, website or at the event.

Anomalie Live with Roberto Araujo

Old Sea Brigade

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I am Evidence screening

Safe Harbor Crisis Center  hosting a screening of I am Evidence. This screening is in partnership with Centerpoint Legacy Theater, supported by our friends at the Coldwell Banker Foundation and the Utah Sexual Assault Kit Initiative as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) 2019. Due to the sensitive subject matter and experiences covered in this film, it may not be appropriate for young children.

No ticket needed to attend. Suggested Donation is $10.00.  All donations will help support Safe Harbor's free and confidential services for survivors of sexual assault.

I Am Evidence is an acclaimed HBO documentary that exposes the alarming number of untested rape kits in the United States through a character–driven narrative, bringing much needed attention to the disturbing pattern of how the criminal justice system has historically treated sexual assault survivors.

Why is there a rape kit backlog? What can we do to fix the problem? This film explores these questions through survivors’ experiences as they trace the fates of their kits and re-engage in the criminal justice process. I AM EVIDENCE illuminates how the system has impeded justice while also highlighting those who are leading the charge to work through the backlog and pursue long-awaited justice in these cases.

Stick around after the film for a Q&A panel discussion with local experts and advocates involved in addressing the current backlog in Utah. Learn what we can do locally to help survivors receive the support they need to heal and find hope, and to ensure perpetrators are held accountable for their crimes.

The Quiet Force: Film Screening & Panel Discussion

Utah Coalition of La Raza and Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance are teaming up for a special screening of 'The Quiet Force' with comments from directors Hilary Byrne and Sophie Danison and a panel discussion. Through individual experiences in tourism-driven mountain communities, ‘The Quiet Force╩╝ explores social and economic impacts of the Latino immigrant workforce relating to national immigration policies.

Ticket proceeds will be donated to MOSIAC Interfaith Ministries' migrant justice programs. Doors open at 6:00, program begins at 6:30. General admission is $10. Admission is FREE to students with ID and ages 15 and under.

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Use public transit: the TRAX Blue Line and several busses stop just a block away. Public parking is also available.

Mt. Everest Peace Climb: A Story of Teamwork and Adventure!

Fundraiser for Salt Lake City chapter of Citizens’ Climate Lobby featuring a talk from Ian Wade describing his climb of North Ridge of Mt. Everest with the International Peace Climb.

Tickets: $50 per person; Purchase online at Eventbrite If you can’t attend but want to support CCL-SLC, donations can be made at this website. Gifts will be matched, up to a total of $3000, by a group of generous donors.

The Mt. Everest Peace climb took place just before the end of the Cold War. It was the first expedition to include climbers from the USA, China and Soviet Union and was a symbol of how traditionally antagonistic countries could work together. This climb was done without Sherpa support. During their trip, they removed over 2 tons of trash and equipment eft by previous climbing expeditions, in celebration of the 20th anniversary of Earth day.

Proceeds from the event will be used to send Utah students to Washington D.C. where they will learn how to lobby members of Congress to support Carbon Fee and Dividend policies that would drastically reduce carbon emissions.

Primal Static and The Cold Year at the Loading Dock

Tickets available via Tickets $10 adv. $12 at the door All ages event Doors at 7pm