Test your Wasatch water knowledge with the Seven Canyons Trust at Water Trivia! Grab a team of up to four friends, and head Downtown to Squatters Brewing on March 29th at 6PM. Trivia will start at 7PM. If you plan to play, please register before the event and arrive 15 minutes early to get settled. Registration is not required if you do not plan to play. Everyone is welcome! Local micro-brews will be available for purchase and enjoy free appetizers, courtesy of Squatters Brewing. All participants will be entered into an opportunity drawing to win awesome prizes from The Dodo Restaurant, Momentum Climbing, Patagonia, Porcupine Pub & Grille, Rio Grande Cafe, Wiseguys Comedy, and more! Guests must be 21 years or older. Join for some water-themed trivia fun for a watershed cause!CATEGORY: Environment
Presented by JENAR Charity Foundation in Partnership with Ogden City Arts: Passion for Africa Dance Concert in Ogden Come, experience, the extraordinary wonder of African heritage, traditions, identity, culture merge into joyous celebration through dance featuring the following countries: • Burundi • Congo • Lesotho • Liberia • Nigeria Admission: $25.00 per person $45.00 per couple, $15.00 for students, seniors, and military. Children 12 years old and under are free accompanied with a paying adult. Ticket @www.Evenbrite This event would be the first time where 5-6 African countries would collectively perform their indigenous dance, songs, ballads, parlays, culture ,identity and history merge into joyous celebration through dance to the community in Ogden .CATEGORY: Theater & Dance
A great morning to get out and make a difference with the KRCL Community. The more the merrier at this weed pulling event!
LOCATION: Red Butte Garden
We'll be out in search of the noxious Dalmatian Toadflax.
Please come prepared to be outside. That means look out the window before you come and dress accordingly! Also PLEASE wear shoes or boots, sandals are a no go as we will be on slopes hunting weeds! Water, a sun hat, gloves if you have them, long pants, sunscreen are also quite helpful for this event.
The third-annual Range 2 River Relay, on May 12th, is an active transportation team relay to explore the conditions of the Salt Lake Valley's waterways from pristine headwaters to buried creeks and channelized canal to meandering river. Teams consist of a biker, boater, and runner. The first teammate bikes the path of City Creek, continuing as the creek flows underground into the stormwater system. This leg ends at the creek's confluence with the Jordan River, the historic Utah State Fairpark property. The second teammate boats the Jordan River northward, following the river as it turns from a channelized canal to a meandering, healthy river. This leg ends at 1800 North. The Jordan River Trail is utilized for the final stretch of the race. The final teammate runs past native riparian vegetation and invasive invaders, finishing back at the Utah State Fairpark. Come learn about local causes and enjoy bites, drinks, and tunes at the Finish Line Celebration. Spectators watch as participants finish the bike leg, start the boat leg, and come into the finish line on the final running leg. Cheer on your favorite team as they finish the race. Make sure to stay for the crowning of this years' Range 2 River Relay champions!CATEGORY: Environment