Events

Indigenous Perspectives on Women and Fertility

The Utah Museum of Fine Arts presents Indigenous Perspectives on Women and Fertility.

How has the female body and its ability for procreation been perceived in art and society? Women and fertility are at the center of cultures around the world—this is particularly true for Mesoamerican civilizations. Explore art and indigenous philosophies that pay homage to women and their power to create life. 

Presenters 
Luke Kelly, associate curator of collections and antiquities, Utah Museum of Fine Arts 
Dr. Brenda Romero, assistant professor of Spanish at the department of world languages and literatures at California State University, Sacramento 

Moderated by Fanny Guadalupe Blauer, director of Artes de Mexico en Utah

Register: https://utah.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwtf-6gpz0iHNwLR5sfXEBlcv9mdkQp0c7C



Speaker Series: Building Equitable Communities

Register at https://uw.org/speaker-series-building-equitable-communities/

United Way presents this year’s three-part Speaker Series. The upcoming events are on August 11th and October 27th.  

Systems change leader Hugh Vasquez will join us on August 11, and author Anand Giridharadas will join us on October 27. Each will share their ideas for working together in challenging systems of exclusion, marginalization, and oppression. Join us for three candid and focused discussions led by Bill Crim, President and CEO of United Way of Salt Lake, each followed by an audience Q&A. The in-person events will be preceded by meet and greet receptions where community members can connect with Hugh Vasquez and Anand Giridharadas before the discussions.



United Way of Salt Lake Annual Speaker Series

United Way presents Building Equitable Communities Virtual Speaker Series. This year’s three-part Speaker Series includes former Deputy Secretary of the US Department of Education, Jim Shelton on March 11, systems change leader Hugh Vasquez on August 11, and author Anand Giridharadas on October 27. Each will share their ideas for working together in challenging systems of exclusion, marginalization, and oppression.

Learn more and Register at https://uw.org/speaker-series-building-equitable-communities/



SLAM Summer Concerts

SLAM Summer Concerts are free, monthly outdoor concerts staged on the 2nd Friday of the month from June - October on Monument Plaza in Sugar House. The concerts feature SLAM: Salt Lake Academy of Music's students, staff, and special guests performing rock, blues, jazz, classical, and Americana music. Monument Plaza is surrounded by outdoor patios at a variety of pubs, breweries, and restaurants that have seating. If you want to sit on the plaza, there is some seating, but you may want to bring a camping chair. SLAM: Salt Lake Academy of Music is a nonprofit music school in Sugar House that offers free-to-fee sliding scale instruments and award-winning instruction for youth in addition to serving adults, seniors, and professionals. SLAM's music instruction includes individual lessons, band, and other ensemble performance programs, recording, production, and touring programs for youth.



DIY Workshops at the Craft Lake City DIY Festival

Join Craft Lake City August 13 – 15 for nine exciting DIY workshop classes happening at the 13th Annual Craft Lake City DIY Festival Presented By Harmons! For the fourth year, craft workshops will be offered on-site during the Festival. Courses include botanical bundle-dyeing, hand-bound leather journals, jewelry-making, coffee-tasting, aromatherapy bath bombs, and more. Participants will have the opportunity to learn from top local makers and take home their own contemporary, handmade DIY projects.

Tickets are now on sale, and spaces are limited! Your workshop ticket includes a single-day entry to the DIY Festival for use on the day of your class (a value of $7 – $13 included in your workshop ticket price!). Tickets are available at https://www.24tix.com/venues/diy-festival-at-the-utah-state

Join us as we celebrate our 13th year of Craft Lake City! The Annual Craft Lake City DIY Festival is a three-day, local-centric event held the second weekend of every August. Visitors will enjoy viewing and interacting with over 300 Utah-based artisans and other local creatives, including Google Fiber STEM Building DIY engineers and tinkerers, craft foodies, vintage vendors, Kid Row youth makers and two different stages featuring local performers. Attendees can take a DIY artisan workshop, attend a STEM workshop and view free demonstrations. Kids will enjoy face painting, a bounce house and hands-on craft activities in the Kids’ Area sponsored by Mark Miller Subaru. VIP ticket holders will enjoy access to the air-conditioned Harmons VIP Lounge, where they will experience food prepared by Harmons’ chefs, craft cocktails, DIY Food stations, pairings and more!



Ballet West in the Garden Paquita The Solo Year Piece of My Heart



OGDEN TWILIGHT Fitz and the Tantrums with Kishi Bashi / Local Spotlight TBA



Back to School Supply Drive

Help the kids! We need LIGHTY used laptops, cell phones, flash drives, notebooks, pens, book bags, paper and essential art supplies.

You can drop off donations through August 20th at Uprok.



Downtown Farmers Market

The 2021 Downtown Farmers Market is proud to enter its 30th year as Salt Lake City’s most beloved summer tradition for residents and visitors. This year's Market will run from June 5th through October 23rd from 8:00 AM- 1:00 PM.

The Downtown Farmers 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.

This year there will be some Arts and Crafts vendors and a few prepared food vendors

Information online at https://www.slcfarmersmarket.org/ https://www.facebook.com/slcfarmersmarket 



Sunnyvale Farmers Market

New Roots will have weekly Farmers Markets.  The Sunnyvale Farmers Market runs every Saturday from June 19 to October 16, 11:00 am to 2:00 pm Each week the Sunnyvale Farmers Market features: - Farm stands selling locally grown fruits and vegetables - Free sack lunches for school age children - Food pantry offering a rotating supply of non-perishable food and household supplies - Kids crafts and activities - Non-profit and community resource booths, and much more!

More information: https://newrootsslc.org/farmers-markets

Weekly Markets are also held on Wednesdays at:

Central Park Community Center Through October 13th, from 4 to 6pm, 2797 S 200 E in South Salt Lake

IRC Office Through October 13th, from 4 to 6pm at 221 S 400 W, Salt Lake