Events

Rein in PTSD - Military Family Day

Come and experience a day of learning and self-discovery through the equine and human interaction. Equine assisted learning is an unmounted activity. No prior horse experience is necessary. Open to military service members and their families.



The Sharing Place's Day of the Dead

The Sharing Place's Day of the Dead is not your average fundraising gala. Guests have the opportunity to get sugar skull face paint, visit psychic readers, honor a loved one at our memorial altar, and enjoy a delicious dinner from Red Iguana. This unique event is a celebration of life and remembrance as much as a fundraiser. And, the best part is all funds from sponsorships, ticket sales, and activities will benefit grief groups at The Sharing Place and in the community.

This year’s event also comes at a critical time for The Sharing Place, as we look toward expanding our program into new local communities with the help of an additional location or locations. There are consistently over 100 grieving families on our waiting list at any given time, and we believe it is our duty to support those families through their grief and to make grief support groups accessible to all those in need. Statistics show as many as 1 in 16 children in the state of Utah will lose a parent before age 18 and expanding The Sharing Place will ensure none of these children will have to deal with grief and growing up alone. 

Ticket info: https://sharingplace.ticketleap.com/7th-annual-day-of-the-dead-gala/



Jens Kruger's "Crossroads Ogden"

The world premiere of Jens Kruger’s Crossroads Ogden, a symphonic piece for The Kruger Brothers with full orchestra and dance, on November 2, 2019 at Peery’s Egyptian Theater. Crossroads Ogden is an historic event for the City of Ogden at the culmination of a yearlong calendar of events marking the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad.

Website: https://smithstix.com/music/event/22746/jens-krugers-crossroads-ogden



Peppa Pig Live

https://live-at-the-eccles.com/ 801-355-ARTS (2787)



Brent Cobb and Them

Brent Cobb didn't set out to write an album that feels and sounds like the place he grew up. But now that the grooves have been cut in his debut LP, Shine on Rainy Day, there's no denying the people, the places and the vibe of his southcentral Georgia home infuse almost every song.



Ray LaMontagne

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Bruce Cockburn

Few recording artists are as creative and prolific as Bruce Cockburn. Since his self-titled debut in 1970, the Canadian singer-songwriter has issued a steady stream of acclaimed albums every couple of years. But that output suddenly ran dry in 2011 following the release of Small Source of Comfort. There were good reasons for the drought. For one thing, Cockburn became a father again with the birth of his daughter Iona. Then there was the publication of his 2014 memoir Rumours of Glory.



Demetri Martin

https://live-at-the-eccles.com/ 801-355-ARTS (2787)



Penny & Sparrow

Almost everything changed for us in these last two years, says Andy Baxter, one half of the acclaimed duo Penny & Sparrow. It was a painful experience in a lot of ways, but it was also a joyful one.



Son Little

What is the new magic of music? If you trace the path of a plan back to its beginnings, what do you find? Is it a tree, growing from seed with deep roots planted in fertile soil, branches arcing out in all directions? Or a spark in the dark, an electrical charge? Is it a waterway, with swirling currents raging to create a river? Or is it a snowflake, falling from on high and dropping down to earth with a singular splash?