Events

Aug 01st 2015
11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Family
Heather Smith
Email
Girl Scouts of Utah Central Utah Service Center
215 N. Center St.
American Fork,Ut 84003
801-265-8472
Website

American Fork Girl Scout Information Meeting

You and any girl, grades K-12, are invited to attend the following information session to learn about being a Girl Scout or volunteer.

Today girls can inspire change, stand up against bullying or feed a community. Girl Scouts help girls gain courage, confidence and character to reach their full potential. Whether you are a girl, college student, parent or adult (female or male), who is looking to make a difference in a girl's life, there is a place for you in Girl Scouts.

Aug 01st 2015
11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Family
Heather Smith
Email
Girl Scouts of Utah Northern Utah Service Center
3564 Lincoln Ave., Suite 4A
Ogden,UT 84401
801-265-8472
Website

Ogden Girl Scout Information Meeting

You and any girl, grades K-12, are invited to attend the following information session to learn about being a Girl Scout or volunteer.

Today girls can inspire change, stand up against bullying, or feed a community. Girl Scouts help girls gain courage, confidence and character to reach their full potential. Whether you are a girl, college student, parent, or adult (female or male) who is looking to make a difference in a girl's life, there is a place for you in Girl Scouts.

Aug 01st 2015
09:15 a.m.-05:30 p.m.
Dance
Debby Robertson
Email
Sugar Space Arts Warehouse
130 South 800 West
Salt Lake City ,UT 84104
801-680-3201
Website

Tap Extravaganza at Sugar Space

Looking for an exciting way to spend your Saturday? Join SLC’s premier tap dance workshop, Tap Extravaganza, for its second year of dancing fun at the Sugar Space Arts Warehouse. 

The workshop gives tap students, ages 13 and up, an opportunity to improve their skills and add a little flair to their styles as they learn from world-class tap artists Rowland Butler, Tiana White and Gerson Lanza. 

Classes are $20 each for one or two, $18 each for three and $16 each for four or five.

For the full schedule, click here.

Aug 01st 2015
06:00 p.m.-08:30 p.m.
Classes
Lifelong Learning
Email
Sexton's building
4th Avenue at N Street
SLC,UT
801-587-5433
Website

Tour the Avenues Cemetery

Visit the largest municipal cemetery in the United States, the Salt Lake City Cemetery. The cemetery is 250 acres of beauty with historically and visually interesting headstones. We will wander among the graves of the famous and infamous as we discuss the development of the land and the challenges it has faced over the years, who died when and why, headstone symbols, burial customs, and more. Please meet at the Sexton's building, 4th Avenue at N Street. Click here for more info.

Aug 01st 2015
Festival
D Manoa
Email
Willow Park
450 W. 700 South
Logan,UT 84341
435-512-1396
Website

Utah Ukulele Festival

This free event will be held on Aug. 1, featuring live music, free ukulele lessons, local vendors and tasty food.

Bring your family and friends, and enjoy some Aloha Spirit.

Aug 01st 2015
10:00 a.m.-06:00 p.m.
Fashion
Apt. 202
Apt. 202
955 900 S
Salt Lake City,Ut 84105
(801) 355-0228
Website

Apt. 202 Boutique: Summer Blowout Sale & Party

You won't want to miss this SALE!

Saturday, August 1st from 10-6 for 30–75% off loads of summer clothes. Bring your friends and your summer flair. Sip, nibble, shop, and enter to win our delightful ra?e. We think you’ll find a thing or two (or ten) to enjoy.

As well, say a great big hello to our rad fall merchandise and Alex, Apt. 202’s new dynamo.

*no additional discounts or promos included.

Aug 06th 2015 - Aug 06th 2015
06:00 p.m.-
Film
Heather
Email
SKY Loune
149 Pierpont Avenue
Salt Lake City,UT 84101
858-699-5700
Website

PAD YATRA : A Green Odyssey

Allied Feather & Down is proud to present TAKE A STEP! alongside The Conservation Alliance, SNEWS, O.R. Daily, Backpacker Magazine, The North Face and Montane. This fundraising event will feature a rare screening of the award winning documentary PAD YATRA: A Green Odyssey.

PAD YATRA: A Green Odyssey is the adventure of one small group of people making an environmental difference one step at a time. Battling the most treacherous terrain on the planet, the trekkers spread their message of ecological compassion through humanity's most basic means—by walking on foot, village to village, and showing by example.

Suggested Donation: $20. All proceeds, including bar tickets, will benefit Live to Love International and help support the rebuilding of Nepalese villages affected by the 2015 earthquake.

6 p.m.: Raffle and Silent Auction Bid and win incredible prizes from partner brands

8 p.m.: PAD YATRA screening featuring an exclusive introduction from the filmmaker, Wendy J.N. Lee

Aug 06th 2015
07:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
Music
Twilight Concert Series
Pioneer Park
350 300 W
Salt Lake City,Ut 84101
Website

Twilight Concert Series: The Kills

Following a year of worldwide festivals and select shows supporting Queens of The Stone Age, Jack White, The Black Keys and Arctic Monkeys, The Kills will return to North America for a run of summer festivals and low key headline shows.

The Kills most recent album Blood Pressures, was released in 2011 on Domino Records. The album saw Jamie Hince and Alison Mosshart deliver their vivid and uniquely gritty post-blues, but with a new level of thoughtfulness and depth not yet explored by the duo. Tinged with wistfulness and vulnerability, Blood Pressures has an enduring sense of intricacy and richness that intensely blends with their ever-compelling songwriting.

The Kills are currently in the studio working on their fifth album – watch this space for more.

The Kills will perform August 6th with METZ supporting. Best of Utah band of the year Fictionist will open the evening.

Aug 07th 2015 - Aug 08th 2015
10:00 a.m.-06:00 p.m.
Festival
Julie Zicha
Email
Hamlet Park in Midway
S Johnson's Mill Rd and E Main Street
Midway,ut 84049
208-220-1827
Website

Heber Valley Fly Fishing Festival-FREE

FREE FLY FISHING FESTIVAL & KIDS DERBY COURTESY OF FALL RIVER FLY RODS AND ALLEN FLY FISHING! Event features free classes, on-the-water clinics, fly tying and gear demos, kids derby, dozens of vendors, free live music and community BBQ. Ladies - only classes, free kids fly fishing lessons with Twin Territory, beginner to advanced hands on instruction.

Kids fly fishing derby is Saturday from 11 am to 3pm and is open to kids ages 15 and under, must have a parent or legal guardian present to participate. Top finishers to receive a new fly rod and reel combo from Allen Fly Fishing same day. Everyone who comes out will receive a free entry to win a custom Twin Territory 9 ft 5 wt graphite rod built by Fall River Fly rods, too!

Casting competition with amateur and pro divisions begins Saturday at 10am. Total of 4 brand spanking new Icon II fly rods, reel, line and leader rigs being given away, retail value $650+. Details Www.hebervalleyflyfishingfestival.com

Aug 08th 2015
09:00 p.m.-01:00 a.m.
Music
The State Room
638 South State Street
Salt Lake City,UT
Website

Jackie Greene Band

Armed with a persuasive voice, a vivid songwriting skill and an instinctive mastery of several instruments, Greene has carved out a unique musical niche, and the album marks another creative landmark in his already compelling body of work.

Aug 08th 2015
06:00 p.m.-09:00 p.m.
Art
Jennifer Urbanczyk
Email
Variety of Moab Locations
Main and Center Streets
Moab,UT 84532
435-259-4912
Website

Moab Art Walk

Moab Art Walk features local artists and receptions where you can hang around the most interesting people in Moab, view new artwork, and share a refreshment with your favorite artists. Occuring the second Saturday of several months 6pm - 9pm. March 14, April 11, May 9, August 8, September 12, October 10, November 14, and possibly December 5 of 2015. Click here for the map.

Aug 08th 2015 - Aug 08th 2015
07:30 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
Dance
Craig Cain
Email
moab arts and recreation center
111 East 100 North
Moab,Ut 84532
435-259-5444
Website

Summer Moab Contra Dance!

Summer Moab Contra Dance! Saturday, August 8th 8pm, at the Moab Arts and Recreation Center at 111 East 100 North. No partner or experience needed. Live music by the Moab Community Dance Band playing American, British Isles, and European Folk Music with dance Caller, Peg Harty & Guests. Workshop for beginners at 7:30pm. $7 suggested donation to benefit Grand County School Music Programs.

Aug 09th 2015
08:00 p.m.-01:00 a.m.
Music
The State Room
638 S State St.
Salt Lake City,UT
Website

Jackie Greene Band

Armed with a persuasive voice, a vivid songwriting skill and an instinctive mastery of several instruments, Greene has carved out a unique musical niche, and the album marks another creative landmark in his already compelling body of work.

Aug 10th 2015
08:00 p.m.-12:00 a.m.
Music
The State Room
638 S State St.
Salt Lake City,UT
Website

Lake Street Dive

Lake Street Dive find themselves on the cusp of stardom, though they insist they will always be the same people whose stage outfits once consisted of matching sweater vests. “We realize this could all go away tomorrow,” says Rachael Price. “But that won’t change what we do. We want to continue to do this for a long, long time. This is what we love. We just want to make sure we keep enjoying ourselves.”

Lake Street Dive have been performing for nearly a decade after meeting as fellow students at the New England Conservatory in Boston. The band was hand picked by Minneapolis trumpet/guitar player Mike Olson and named after an actual neighborhood of seedy bars in his hometown. Vocalist Rachael Price came from outside Nashville, Tennessee, stand-up bassist Bridget Kearney was an Iowa native, while drummer Mike Calabrese called Philadelphia home. “I wasn’t only impressed with their musicianship,” says Olson, who acquired the nickname “McDuck” while at the conservatory for his reclusive ways. “They were also a lot of fun just to hang out with. The first four years of rehearsals were more like glorified dinner parties.”

Lake Street Dive has come a long way, but this just could be the start of something even bigger.

Doors 7 p.m. | Show 8 p.m.

Aug 11th 2015
08:00 p.m.-12:00 a.m.
Music
The State Room
638 S State St.
Salt Lake City,UT
Website

Lake Street Dive

Lake Street Dive find themselves on the cusp of stardom, though they insist they will always be the same people whose stage outfits once consisted of matching sweater vests. “We realize this could all go away tomorrow,” says Rachael Price. “But that won’t change what we do. We want to continue to do this for a long, long time. This is what we love. We just want to make sure we keep enjoying ourselves.”

Lake Street Dive have been performing for nearly a decade after meeting as fellow students at the New England Conservatory in Boston. The band was hand picked by Minneapolis trumpet/guitar player Mike Olson and named after an actual neighborhood of seedy bars in his hometown. Vocalist Rachael Price came from outside Nashville, Tennessee, stand-up bassist Bridget Kearney was an Iowa native, while drummer Mike Calabrese called Philadelphia home. “I wasn’t only impressed with their musicianship,” says Olson, who acquired the nickname “McDuck” while at the conservatory for his reclusive ways. “They were also a lot of fun just to hang out with. The first four years of rehearsals were more like glorified dinner parties.”

Lake Street Dive has come a long way, but this just could be the start of something even bigger.

Doors 7 p.m. | Show 8 p.m.

Aug 13th 2015
07:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
Music
Twilight Concert Series
Pioneer Park
350 300 W
Salt Lake City,Ut 84101
Website

Twilight Concert Series: The Word

The genesis of THE WORD began in 1998, when the Avant-jazz and funk group Medeski, Martin & Wood took the burgeoning North Mississippi Allstars on their first tour. Riding down the road, the groups listened to the first two Arhoolie Records compilations of sacred steel guitar, a musical style then just seeping into the broader public awareness. Sacred steel is ecstatic pedal steel guitar used in sanctified churches; it’s the same instrument familiar to country & western music, but played with the authority and scale of a church organ. Keyboardist John Medeski and Luther Dickinson cooked up the idea of recording an instrumental gospel album with the Allstars (Luther Dickinson—guitars; Cody Dickinson—drums; Chris Chew—bass) in Medeski’s Brooklyn studio. When they learned that a young sacred steel star named Robert Randolph lived in New Jersey, they invited him to their area gig. This was THE WORD’S big bang.

THE WORD plays the hymnal of the electric improvisational church. They don’t struggle with arrangements, and they leave room for each other to stretch out. They toured together after their 2001 debut, and have reunited occasionally, including Bonnaroo in 2005 and 2012 and the Jam Cruise in 2010. One big difference between the first album and the new album, Soul Food (out May 5th on Vanguard) is how much more knowledge each has accumulated. “For the first Word record, I was new to playing outside the church,” says Robert. “I know a lot more now.” John says, “We have more experiences, more music. We’re all just better players.”

Fourteen years may have passed between albums for THE WORD, but that’s no suggestion of broken bonds. Nor of broken strings. A love of music, of extended improvisational collaboration, of closing the eyes and channeling the feel—these are the ties that bind THE WORD.

The Word will play August 13th with Lee Fields & The Expressions supporting.

— Robert Gordon, author of Respect Yourself: Stax Records and the Soul Explosion

Aug 14th 2015 - Sep 12th 2015
Art
Utah Museum of Contemporary Art
20 S West Temple
Salt Lake City,UT
801-328-4201
Website

Art Exhibit: Mall no. 2

Mall no. 2, the second in a series of projects that explore experiences around the emerging concepts in product, fashion, graphic and retail design. Looking to innovate modes of consumerism in the digital age, the exhibit presents intriguing ideas and merchandise that reflect both the advantages and consequences resulting from a new paradigm of commerce. 

Aug 14th 2015 - Oct 31st 2015
Art
Utah Museum of Contemporary Art
20 S West Temple
Salt Lake City,UT
801-328-4201
Website

Art Exhibit: Stock Images of War

Amalia Ulman examines themes of confinement, fragility and pain through diverging the senses of pleasure and discomfort. The exhibit’s metal figures struggle with an imperfect balance as they oscillate between stability and complete collapse.  

Aug 15th 2015
10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Classes
Lifelong Learning
Email
U of U - Continuing Education / ANNEX 1210
1901 E South Campus Dr
Salt Lake City,UT 84112
801-587-5433
Website

Metal Clay – Silver

Class also meets 08/15/15 3 pm - 5 pm

Silver is the new gold and not as pricey. Join a new jewelry making craze—with metal clay. Nearly everyone can create beautiful silver wearable art in a couple of two-hour sessions. This remarkable clay can be formed much like ceramic clay; it can be stamped, carved or impressed with diverse objects to create unique patterns and designs. This is an entry level class. Included in the class fee is sufficient silver clay to make one or more pendants, earrings or several bracelet charms. The class will meet two times the same day to allow for firing of pieces in between meetings. The morning session involves forming and embellishing simple, two-dimensional shapes. The instructor fires these pieces during break. Finish your pieces in the afternoon session, fashioning them into artful creations, ready to wear. Click here for more info.

Aug 15th 2015
06:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m.
Gala/Party
Caitlin Willard
Email
The Ranch at Blue Sky
2701 S. St. Rd. 32
Wanship,UT 84017
435-649-9884
Website

Bourbon Ball for Open Space

Grub and Booze provided by High West Catering. Transportation will be available. Hosted by Summit Land Conservancy. More details to come.

Aug 15th 2015 - Oct 16th 2015
07:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.
Dance
Acadia Tripp
Email
Grand County High School Auditorium
608 South 400 East
Moab,Ut 84532
435-259-5444
Website

Military Appreciation Day

Free admission to Dead Horse Point State Park for all active duty military, veterans and their families, and participants in the Patriotic Art Contest on August 15 2015. Stop by the visitor center to vote for your favorite pieces, receive a yellow ribbon pin, and enjoy the creativity! For more information or to participate in the art contest, please call the visitor center at (435) 259-2614 or check out our events page at deadhorsepoint.utah.gov

Aug 16th 2015
08:00 p.m.-12:00 a.m.
Music
The State Room
638 S. State St.
Salt Lake City,UT
Website

Shane Koyczan & The Short Story Long

With self described "Experimental Acoustic Folk" music by The Short Story Long, Shane moves from subdued, deep, sad love poetry to power chord hip-hop. He brings enormous vitality and virtuosity to every performance. His warmth, wit and sincerity are a hit with crowds and his lyricism inspires all who listen.

Shane Koyczan is one of the world’s premier spoken word performers. His performance at the 2010 Olympic Opening Ceremonies brought the 55,000 seat house to their feet with his tear-jerking homage to Canada "We Are More". The Guardian (UK) and the Globe and Mail (Canada) hailed his book, Visiting Hours, as a Book of the Year Selection. His second book, Stickboy, is a novel in verse. Written for anyone who has ever been a child, Stickboy continues to be hailed by teachers, academics, and mental health experts alike for its deft handling of the subject of bullying. Shane’s third book, Our Deathbeds Will Be Thirsty, released in 2012, proves once again to be an outstanding addition to an amazing repertoire.

Aug 18th 2015
06:00 p.m.-09:00 p.m.
Classes
Lifelong Learning
Email
75 East 200 South
Bountiful,UT 84010
801-587-5433
Website

Italian Ceramics

Italian ceramics are known for intricate detail, beauty, functionality, long history and high prices. Just learning the technique typically requires travel to the Southern regions of Italy. In this class you will take a plain, pre-formed Italian ceramic plate or bowl and create your own intricately detailed and beautiful piece to take home and use and treasure for years to come. All materials will be provided for painting, glazing and firing. Click here for more info.

Aug 19th 2015
06:30 p.m.-09:00 p.m.
Classes
Lifelong Learning
Email
U of U - Continuing Education / ANNEX 1003
1901 E South Campus Dr
Salt Lake City,UT 84112
801-587-5433
Website

Animal Communication

Would you like to improve your relationship with your animal companions? Learn how to listen to your pets and use practical problem-solving skills to change specific animal behaviors, identify physical challenges, and improve sports performance. Also experience transferring energy, sending specific ideas, and making a connection with an animal through a photo as you develop your innate ability to dialogue with animals. Please bring photographs of your animals, either living or passed, to class. Please do not bring your pet. Click here for more info.

Aug 20th 2015
06:30 p.m.-07:30 p.m.
Family
Heather Smith
Email
215 N Center St.
American Fork,UT 84003
801-265-8472
Website

American Fork Girl Scout Information Meeting

You and any girl, grades K-12, are invited to attend the following information session to learn about being a Girl Scout or volunteer.

Today girls can inspire change, stand up against bullying, or feed a community. Girl Scouts help girls gain courage, confidence and character to reach their full potential. Whether you are a girl, college student, parent or adult (female or male) who is looking to make a difference in a girl's life, there is a place for you in Girl Scouts.

Aug 20th 2015
07:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
Music
Twilight Concert Series
Pioneer Park
350 300 W
Salt Lake City,UT 84101
Website

Twilight Concert Series: Flying Lotus

“Since he released his 2006 debut, 1983, Steven Ellison [better known as Flying Lotus] has demonstrated an uncanny ability to meld musical abstraction with hard percussion, veering from mellow to face-meltingly psychedelic in a heartbeat. Back then, he was still interning at Stones Throw Records, the legendary California label home to Madlib and J Dilla. But ever since the taste making BBC DJ Mary Anne Hobbs crowned Ellison the “electronic Jimi Hendrix,” he’s made good on that promise of fame. Rising from the crowded field of beat producers on LA’s Low End Theory scene, he signed to Warp Records for 2008’s hyperactive, Los Angeles, which slotted him in the same peer group as IDM label mates Aphex Twin and Autechre, and opened the door to collaborations with the likes of Erykah Badu and Thom Yorke. Ellison’s music, like the man himself, is tumultuous, taking daredevil risks and embracing chaos, smashing together disparate sounds yet retaining a firm sense of control. His live sets are turbulent amebas of sound, absorbing cutting-edge bass music, West Coast hip-hop and trap, speed-demon jazz, kinked R&B, Radiohead rock, post-dubstep rumble and extraterrestrial electronic music. And onYou’re Dead! [his fall 2014 release] Ellison has zoomed in on his life-long loves, hip-hop and jazz, collaborating with Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar and Herbie Hancock, the legendary keys player who jammed with Miles Davis through the 1960s before becoming a jazz superstar in his own right."

– From October 2014 FADER Cover Story: Flying Lotus Confronts Death by Andy Beta

Flying Lotus will be co-headlining the August 20th Twilight Concert Series with Run the Jewels. City Weekly Best hip hop group, House of Lewis will open the evening.

Aug 21st 2015
06:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
Art
Albion Grill
Alta,UT
Website

The Wasatch Art Soiree -A Celebration of Food & Art in the Mountains

Five local artists and five local chefs showcase their favorite creations. Guests vote for their favorite artist and chef. The two winners are awarded the people’s choice grant of $1,000.

Live entertainment by St Boheme, interactive art activities, local food, beer and wine. Signature cocktails with gin provided by beehive gin and vodka by sugarhouse distilleries.

2015 Chefs
Katie Wienner - SLCPOP & Top Chef Contestant
Carl Rubidue- Saucy Skillet
Amy Oelerich- MediumRareChefs
Andy Walter- Dottie's Biscuit Barn
Adam Kreisel -Chaia Cucina

2015 Artists
Brianne Gonzalez - Silk Painting
Sarabeth Clevenger - Watercolor & Acrylic
Theresa Husarik - Hand Colored Photographs with Pressed Flowers
Troy Winslow - Oil Painting
Jay Dash - Photography

$50 by 8/20
$75 day of
$125 VIP ticket - only sold until August 14th
Aug 25th 2015 - Aug 25th 2015
06:00 p.m.-07:00 p.m.
Classes
Holly
Email
Body and Mind Pilates Studio
1063 E 3300 S #201
Salt Lake City ,UT 84106
801-810-9406
Website

The Mind Body Connection

What is going on with the Mind Body Connection? And how can we crack the code to put it to work for you rather than against you? Join us for a fun and enlightening evening as we talk about how the mind interfaces with the body and how to use this to your benefit for health, happiness and success. Learn the secrets to harnessing the power of your mind, and enjoy some easy body movements for alignment and balance. This is part of the Summer Time Fun Series. Get your passport online or pick one up at the event. Register and get your free passport at www.tiny.cc/aly-summer-fun

Aug 26th 2015
09:00 p.m.-
Film
Nick Markham
Email
Red Butte Garden Ampitheater
Salt Lake City,UT
Website

Utah Community Choice Film Screening

Vote for your favorite Sundance cult classic comedy: Clerks, Super Troopers, or Wet Hot American Summer.

The winning film will be announced and screened in late August.

Aug 27th 2015
07:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
Music
Twilight Concert Series
Pioneer Park
350 300 W
Salt Lake City,UT 84101
Website

Twilight Concert Series: St. Vincent

It starts with the creation myth: St. Vincent, naked and alone in the wilderness, startled as the ominous rattle of a snake breaks the silence of her Eden. She realizes she’s not alone in the world and breaks into a run, headed towards the uncertainty of the future. It’s a lovely and appropriate metaphor to open St. Vincent’s self-titled fourth album, except that it literally happened.

“It’s not a metaphor at all,” St. Vincent, aka Annie Clark, says of the album’s lead track, “Rattlesnake.” While visiting a friend’s west Texas ranch, she decided to strip away her clothes and fully enjoy the solitude that city life so rarely affords. “I went walking around this great expanse of land. There was no one around so I decided to take my clothes off and immerse myself in nature. I saw holes in the path, but did not put two-and-two together until I heard the rattle and caught a glimpse of the snake.”

Catch St. Vincent performing on August 27th at the Twilight Concert Series with Special Guest TBA.

Aug 27th 2015 - Aug 27th 2015
07:00 p.m.-08:30 p.m.
Other
Kandace Steadman
Email
Finch Lane Gallery
54 Finch Lane
Salt Lake City,Ut 84102
8015965000
Website

Guest Writers Series

The 21st season of the Guest Writers Series kicks off with readings by graduate students in the Creative Writing Program at the University of Utah.

Aug 28th 2015 - Dec 19th 2015
Art
Utah Museum of Contemporary Art
20 S West Temple
Salt Lake City,UT
801-328-4201
Website

Art Exhibit: Grandma's Cupboard

UMOCA's Main Gallery exhibition entitled Grandma’s Cupboard features pieces from the late 20th century collaboration of Mel Ziegler and the late Kate Ericson. The work reveals their exploration of the arcane areas of American history and topics of domesticity, monumentality and economies of production. 

Aug 28th 2015 - Aug 29th 2015
08:00 a.m.-08:30 p.m.
Classes
Email
Riverwoods Conference Center
615 Riverwood Pkwy
Logan,UT 84321
Website

League of Utah Writers 2015 Annual Conference

The League of Utah Writers 2015 conference is Utah's premier resource for writing workshops, classes, and author pitch sessions. Connect with the writing community, improve your writing skills and projects, and achieve your publishing goals at the LUW Conference! Choose from dozens of workshops and classes, presented and taught by award-winning and best-selling authors, educators, and experts.

Aug 29th 2015 - Aug 29th 2015
11:00 a.m.-05:30 p.m.
Other
Betty Pegues
Email
Dancing Cranes Imports
673 East Simpson Ave ( 2240 south)
Salt Lake City,Ut 84106
8018150588

SoulWorks Full Noon Fair

Join us at our Full Moon SoulWorks Psychic & Holistic Fair, as we will tap into the full moon energy to assist you in releasing unwanted conditions and situations you may be experiencing while opening the doors to infinite possibilities that awaits you. The energy of the Full Moon is best used for banishing unwanted influences in your life. Think of it as 'shining a light' on issues or challenges. It can also be a good time for creating. You can use this time for releasing old patterns or issues, and open the door for healing by giving energy to positive patterns you'll put in place. At the fair we can help you do just that.