Events

KRCL Welcomes Sierra Ferrell

Sierra Ferrell returns to Utah with the Shoot for the Moon Tour with special guest Nick Shoulders. Details and tix at www.sandyamp.com



Community Chords: Benjamin Major

https://events.slcpl.org/event/10857549 Live, local music under the evening sky! The City Library Summer Concert Series will keep you rockin' with free outdoor concerts in all kinds of genres. ABOUT THE ARTIST: A hip-hop artist and performer from Salt Lake City that has been recording/performing for almost 10 years.



Incense Making & Home Clearing: A Feng Shui workshop with Melissa Grant

Interested in clearing old energy out of your home? Our homes heavily influence our health and well being and this workshop will give you the tools to cultivate a healthy space. This workshop will teach various methods to clearing out old energy and welcoming the new. We’ll learn about the wood element and make wood powder incense for you to take home. We’ll finish up by doing a practice run through of a home clearing so you can go home and apply the methods. *Please bring a small to-go container for your incense. About Melissa: Melissa Grant is a Feng Shui Consultant and Interior Designer. Melissa offers in-home consultations, Feng Shui home reports, and home readings. You can see design projects and discover more information on her website evileyestudio.us. https://www.goldenbraidslc.com/events/incense-making-home-clearing-a-feng-shui-workshop-with-melissa-grant



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Wine & Brandy Vinaigrette Class - Make it & Try It

Wine & Brandy Vinaigrette Class - Make it & Try It August 17th 2024 $32.18 Explore an exciting way to use our wines and spirits in this new class. Come join us and learn 4 signature vinaigrette recipes. You will start out by sampling the wine or spirit used in the recipe before trying the finished vinaigrette. We'll share tips and tricks for making them at home.



Salt Lake City Downtown Farmer's Market

The Downtown Farmers Market is a summer tradition in Salt Lake and will run Saturdays, June 1stto October 19th from 8am to 2 pm. The Market exists to strengthen and support small local farms and businesses as they bring their products directly to the public. Our farmers and producers offer the freshest local fruits and vegetables as well as a wide variety of grass-fed meats, eggs, dairy, honey, and flora, along with the region's best locally made sauces, spreads, baked goods and culinary accoutrements. The Downtown Art & Craft Market runs adjacent to the Farmers Market in Pioneer Park and celebrates our communities' desire for unique, handmade, local gifts and art.

Information is available online at slcfarmersmarket.org



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Psychic Fair

Come experience readings from one or more of our amazingly gifted psychics. $25 for 20 minutes. Call or stop in to book your time slot! (801) 322-1162 https://www.goldenbraidslc.com/events/psychic-fair-august-2024



Rhythms at Riverside: Rubigo Pearl

https://events.slcpl.org/event/10857085 Live, local music under the evening sky! The City Library Summer Concert Series will keep you rockin' with free outdoor concerts in all kinds of genres. ABOUT THE ARTIST: We are "Rubigo Pearl". "Rubigo" means "rust" in Latin, so we bring a soulful, bluesy sound that is raw and rustic, but also shiny and fresh. The band is made up of singer/songwriter, EJ, on the keys, Mike on lead guitar, Raj on percussion, and Doug on bass. The band has been performing bluesy rock in the Salt Lake Valley for about six years at indoor and outdoor venues.



Concerts by the Creek: Danny Dallin & Dagwood

https://events.slcpl.org/event/10856212 Live, local music under the evening sky! The City Library Summer Concert Series will keep you rockin' with free outdoor concerts in all kinds of genres. ABOUT THE ARTIST: Danny Dallin & Dagwood are back again—backer than ever—and are desperate to the point of discomfort in their wild desire to sing and play the songs of music to the people of their favorite public library system: Salt Lake City's very own. They count among their number a whopping ONE advanced degree in Library Sciences; and so, in listening to their tuneful soundings, the audience gains opportunity to answer their heart's most querulous query, asked (and left woefully unanswered) with each life-giving thump: "What melodies sleep in a librarian's brainpan?"