Star Wars-Heroes and Villains

Continuing an annual tradition, the May exhibit at Urban Arts Gallery features fan art from the Star Wars universe and beyond. This show invites local artists to submit art celebrating their favorite franchises from popular geek culture, such as Marvel, DC Comics, and other beloved sci-fi and fantasy titles. The result is always a diverse and delightful collection of artwork for fans of all ages. “Star Wars / Heroes and Villains” will hang from May 4th to May 30th, with an opening “May the 4th Be With You” reception on May 4th, as well as a gallery stroll reception on May 21st from 6-9pm. Admission is free and open to the public. Learn more at


Dylan Cook

Jerry Joseph

Uma Fuzz


Animal Care Adoption Event

Join Animal Care of Davis County at Layton PetSmart on May 22nd from 9AM-1PM. We'll be hosting our Pet Adoption Event during this time. We'll have available cats, dogs and bunnies that are looking for their furever homes.

$100 Dog Adoptions $35 Cat Adoptions $25 Bunny Adoptions

Bail Out Bonanza

The Bail Out Bonanza is a single-round benefit disc golf tournament where all proceeds go to the Salt Lake Community Bail Fund. The tournament is open to all ages and players of all skill levels.  Mulligans will be available to purchase at the tournament to "bail out" your bad shots. Registration fees are $40 and cover your entry to the tournament, a SLCBF t-shirt, and an event-stamped Discraft disc. Prizes will also be awarded in each division for having the closest drive to the basket and the winner of each division receives a custom trophy from Golden Hour Engraving.

Please support your local community organizers by registering today! More information and registration can be found at

NAMIWalks 2021

NAMIWalks 2021 will be held on May 22nd this year.  NAMIWalks supports the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Utah. We are a non-profit that improves the quality of life for individuals with mental health conditions and their families. We do this through free courses, support groups, advocacy, and more. Supporting NAMIWalks 2021 helps NAMI Utah reach our mission to help these individuals and families.

Registration is open now at Individuals can walk on teams in their own neighborhoods, or attend NAMIWalks virtual activities which include a mental health seminar and all-levels athletic classes (cardio, yoga). You may also email for more information.

Explore Your Outdoors with USEE! Look, Breathe, Repeat: Finding Your Bliss Outdoors with Susan Snyder

Join teacher-naturalist and artist Susan Snyder to learn about the rejuvenating effect of being present in nature. We’ll explore the ways people can slow down to experience the natural world around them, and we’ll practice with some fun, family-friendly activities. All participants will receive materials to make their own nature journal! This event is limited to 15 registrants and will take place outdoors at Tracy Aviary’s Jordan River Nature Center. Participants will be required to wear masks while participating in the workshop.

Information online:

A Celebration of Cultural Diversity - Multiethnic Performing Arts Festival

This FREE family-oriented festival organized by Salt Lake American Refugee Services a Utah nonprofit 501c3 will take place at The Gateway Legacy Plaza and also livestreamed from

Those attending in-person will need to abide by prevailing COVID-19 government health regulations.

PERFORMERS 11 am Japanese Kenshin Taiko Drummers 11:30am Kadija Wasuga – Somali Singer 12 pm Divya School of Dance from India 12:30pm Keynote speaker 12:45 pm Rob “Little Owl” Martin Native American Flute Player 1 pm Rinceori Don Spraoi Irish Dancers 1:30 pm Salt Lake Saints Jazz

FESTIVAL FUNDING PROVIDED BY ZAP Tier II, Utah Division of Arts & Museums, and SLC ACE.

The Pickpockets: Backyard Show