Wild Wednesdays at Ogden Nature Center

Wild Wednesday: Nature's Natural Timekeepers; Free for members / $5 adults / $4 seniors / $3 kids (2-11) ; All ages welcome!
Fall has arrived.  Help us bring in the new season as we learn how animals and plants adapt to a changing environment of less sunlight and cooler temperatures.  Take a short hike with one of our teacher/naturalists and practice your leaf peeping skills as you discover how and why leaves change color.  Don’t forget to wear 
your best flannel shirt!  Please meet in the Visitor Center.

MUSE with 30 Seconds to Mars

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!

Cooking Curriculum: Growing a Spring Crop, Eating in the Classroom

Get a jump-start on getting your spring garden planned. This workshop will give you all the tools you need to have a successful garden for your students in the upcoming spring. We will talk about what to plant and how to use the plants in your classroom in the fall. You will be given everything you need to plant your own classroom bed - seeds, a planting plan, and lesson plans. We will also do an actual cooking demonstration of the crops that you will be growing so that you are all ready to grow and eat fresh food with your class right out in your own school garden. These lessons are written for students ages 5-12. We welcome any and all youth educators working with kids in kindergarten through sixth grade. Whether you are a teacher with access to a school garden, a teacher aspiring to have a garden bed at your school, a parent looking for kid-friendly ways to engage with your kiddos in your personal garden, an afterschool provider, or anyone else in between, this workshop will be applicable for you.

Craft Lake City and the Natural History Museum of Utah: Terrarium Workshop

The Natural History Museum of Utah and Craft Lake City present the fall Terrarium Workshop with Karen Evans of Sporophyte. Join Evans as she instructs how to create a small green ecosystem for your home. Each participant will create a terrarium and learn care techniques to keep their creation alive.


Ohad Naharin, artistic director of the Batsheva Dance Company, is regarded as one of the most important choreographers in the world. Meeting him at a critical turning point in his personal life, this spirited and insightful documentary will introduce you to a man with great artistic integrity and an extraordinary vision. Filmed over a period of eight years, director Tomer Heymann mixes intimate rehearsal footage with an extensive unseen archive and breathtaking dance sequences. This story of an artistic genius who redefined the language of modern dance is guaranteed to leave you skipping.

Winner: Best Documentary–2016 Aspen Filmfest; Official Selection: 2016 SXSW Film Festival

Read Local: Why the Hell Rozel?

A book reading and conversation with Hikmet Sidney Loe about her new work "The Spiral Jetty Encyclo: Exploring Robert Smithson's Earthwork through Time and Place." She will be joined by Scotti Hill.

U.S. Attorney's Office Presents Chasing the Dragon: The Life of an Opiate Addict

Those who have watched friends and loved ones struggle with opioid addiction know all too well that prison and death are very real risks, and that recovery is possible, though hard-fought. Utah has a high rate of prescription drug use and abuse, which is feeding an increased demand for cheap heroin and synthetic opioids. The U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Utah is committed to prosecuting opioid-related crimes and to preventing drug abuse and addiction. In partnership with the SSU Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice, the U.S. Attorney's Office is recognizing this epidemic by screening Chasing the Dragon – a documentary about heroin and opiate use. A panel discussion with law enforcement and treatment providers will follow. September 20, 2017 at 7 p.m. Southern Utah University Sterling R. Church Auditorium 351 West University Boulevard Cedar City, UT 84720



Widowspeak remain purveyors of mood. Whether painting an image of a basement apartment with blinds closed or conjuring the sweeping openness of a desert, they’re an outfit ever preoccupied with the influence of place and the passage of time on personal experience: the way vivid memories can feel like movies or dreams.
On their newest album for Brooklyn’s Captured Tracks, Widowspeak use familiar aesthetics as a narrative device, a purposeful nostalgic backdrop for songs that ask, “How did we get here?” Sonically, they exist somewhere in the overlap between somber indie rock, dream pop, slow-core and their own invented genre, “cowboy grunge.” At the heart of the band, there is a palpable duality, a push and pull between the delicate and the deliberate: the contrast of lead singer-songwriter Molly Hamilton’s strikingly beautiful voice and poignant melodies with the terrestrial reality of being a four-piece rock band. These songs sound like the dark bars and rock clubs they were imagined for just as much as the bedrooms where they were written. Expect the Best sees Widowspeak finding their greatest balance between opposing forces: darkness and light, quiet and loud, tension and calm.