Breakfast Club with Catherine Weller

Have a cup of coffee and danish with Catherine Weller, who has all your early morning book news and gossip. Hosted and co-sponsored by Coffee Connection!

Homeschool Day

Calling all homeschoolers! Discover the power of play at Discovery Gateway Children’s Museum! Educational workshops will be offered from 10:15am – 1pm for homeschool groups. These workshops will meet educational standards in science, math, and literature for kindergarten through 6th grade. Students & Siblings: $5 Adult Chaperones: Free Show Your Homeschool Affidavit at Admissions for Entry

Amigo The Devil with Harley Poe, Folk Hogan


Post film Q&A with director Robert Greene, and producer Bennett Elliott KUER’s RadioWest moderated by Doug Fabrizio.

Bisbee ’17 is a nonfiction feature film by award-winning filmmaker Robert Greene set in Bisbee, Arizona, an eccentric old mining town just miles away from both Tombstone and the Mexican border.

Radically combining collaborative documentary, western and musical elements, the film follows several members of the close-knit community as they attempt to reckon with their town’s darkest hour. In 1917, nearly two-thousand immigrant miners, on strike for better wages and safer working conditions, were violently rounded up by their armed neighbors, herded onto cattle cars, shipped to the middle of the New Mexican desert and left there to die. This long-buried and largely forgotten event came to be known as the Bisbee Deportation.

The film documents locals as they play characters and stage dramatic scenes from the controversial story, culminating in a large-scale recreation of the deportation itself on the exact day of its 100th anniversary. These dramatized scenes are based on subjective versions of the story and offer conflicting views of the event, underscoring the difficulty of collective memory, while confronting the current political predicaments of immigration, unionization, environmental damage and corporate corruption with direct, haunting messages about solidarity and struggle.

Walking the Tightrope: Contemporary Diplomacy in American Indian Country

Told from the point of view of a Federal Senior Executive who stands in both worlds, Franklin Keel discusses a career administering the unique set of U.S. laws applying to the most diverse ethnic group in this country - American Indians - with cultural and historical sensitivity in today’s America. FAQs Does this lecture cost money? The World Affairs Lecture Series is free and open to the public. However, registration is required. Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? While all ages are welcome to attend, due to the content of the lecture, we recommend ages 12+. What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? Free parking is available on Westminster College campus after 5:00 p.m. A parking permit is not required. Click here to view the campus map. (This lecture is held in building #4. For optimal parking, we suggest parking lot B.) Will refreshments be available before the lecture? UCCD invites the public to attend a small meet and greet reception with the guest lecturer at 6:00 pm; The lecture begins at 7:00 pm. We serve tiny savory and sweet bites, as well as water and other libations. However, we are not able to accommodate dietary restrictions. Food and beverages are not allowed in the lecture halls. How can I contact the organizer with any questions? For all other additional questions, please contact Deeanna Price at | 801.832.3276 |

Nao with Xavier Omar

Peter Murphy

Meander Cat

John Davis

Green Bag Lunch and Learn with the Utah Society for Environmental Education

Join the Utah Society for Environmental Education to kick off the 2019 Green Bag Lunch and Learn series! Bring your lunch, network with colleagues and enjoy a great presentation. This month, we’ll hear from Ashely Kijowski from the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources to learn more about the Great Salt Lake from a historical perspective. Humans are a part of the Great Salt Lake ecosystem and from the pioneers to the present we have had an effect on this landscape. Discover how the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl impacted the Great Salt Lake and the people who lived here. This story illustrates how this era provides a perspective on our current relationship with the Great Salt Lake and its wetlands.

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