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Tuesday Harvest Market

The Tuesday Harvest Market is being held August through October 17th from 4pm to dusk. Information available online at

Advanced Topics in Chicken Care

OK, so you've gotten your first flock of chickens, or maybe you've even had chickens for a few years, but now all of a sudden, one of them won't get out of the nesting box and growls at you when you try to take her eggs! Or one of them has started limping and you're not sure why or what to do about it. What's a backyard chicken keeper to do when a beloved hen develops a behavioral issue or health problem? Register now for the first session in our new "Advanced Topics in Chicken Care" workshop series, beginning in the Fall of 2017 and continuing into 2018 with new topics covered at each session!

The Salt Lake Acting Company Presents Surely Goodness and Mercy

In collaboration with the National New Play Network, Salt Lake Acting Company presents the Rolling World Premiere of SURELY GOODNESS AND MERCY. In an under-funded public school in Newark, New Jersey, a motherless, Bible-toting boy with a photographic memory and a tender heart befriends the cantankerous woman who works in the cafeteria. Against all odds, they help each other through the bullshit of growing up and growing old. Performs: Wednesdays through Sundays September 6-October 15. Tickets: $24-$43 Prices vary per day. Student and Under 30 discounts available. For more information contact the box office at: 801-363-7522

The S Word: A Documentary About Suicide

The National Center for Veterans Studies, the College of Social and Behavioral Science and the Associated Students of the University of Utah invite you to a special screening of “The S Word,” a documentary film that tackles one of the most unfathomable issues of our time: suicide. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S. for all ages. It is the 8th leading cause of death in Utah, which has a higher suicide rate than the U.S. average, according to the Utah Suicide Prevention Coalition. There will be a social hour from 5-6 p.m. A Q&A with award-winning director Lisa Klein will follow the documentary screening. The event is free and open to the public. For questions or more information, contact Craig Bryan at


Tove Lo is hitting the road this summer in support of her second album, Lady Wood.

Le Voir (Acoustic)

Winter Clothing Drive

The International Rescue Committee in Salt Lake City would like to invite you to join our Warm Welcome Winter Clothing Drive! Donate clean, new or like-new winter clothing to newly arrived refugees in our community between September 11th and October 6th. Learn more and RSVP for a drop off at

Compassionate Communication (NVC) Foundation Level 1

Now more than ever before we are in dire need of finding ways to communicate and work through our challenges peacefully. Join us for a full weekend training in Compassionate Communication Sept. 22-24th. Facilitated by Kathy Ziola, Certified Trainer with the Center for Nonviolent Communication, you can expect to gain tools to: -transform conflicts into collaborative experiences - decrease anger, defensiveness, and reactivity - express yourself with clarity and ease; understand others clearly and deeply - deepen compassion for yourself and others Local Contact Julie Warr 801-803-3939

The Classical Greek Theatre Festival Presents Ion By Euripides

Infidelity, betrayal, and a chase to the death. At the end of her child-bearing years, the Athenian Creusa seeks an answer as to why she is unable to bear children with her husband Xuthus. In her quest for answers, she finds herself at the temple of Apollo where she meets and converses with a stranger. What she discovers about this stranger will change the rest of her life. Often considered one of the most beautifully written play by Euripides, the Classical Greek Theatre Festival and Westminster College are proud to continue the tradition of keeping Greek theatre alive in Utah for more than 30 years.

This performance will be held in the outdoor amphitheater and will include wine and beer sales, a brief pre-show lecture, and a post event meet and greet reception with the cast.

$18 GA/$9 Students

Tickets may be purchased at or at the gate.

San Fermin

San Fermin's third studio album, 'Belong,' marks a shift in songwriting perspective for bandleader Ellis Ludwig-Leone. "In the past I'd usually write through characters from books or movies, as a way to try to distance myself from what I was writing about," says the Brooklyn-based artist. "As I've become more confident as a songwriter, I decided that I could drop some of the artifice and write something more direct." In bringing a more personal slant to his music, Ludwig-Leone found himself confronting such matters as disconnection, displacement, and -- perhaps most significantly -- everyday anxiety. "Anxiety is something I've dealt with since I was a kid, but on this album I talked about it more explicitly than I ever had before," he points out.