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Rise Against Oil and Gas: Action Training

The BLM is leasing 217,576 acres of public land in the Uintah Basin, near Bears Ears and Hovenweep National Monuments, and on wild landscapes to private oil & gas companies on March 25. Will you help us end this sale? Please join us to Rise against oil and gas at an Action Training. This peaceful event will be held within legal bounds--we do not condone violence of any kind. This event is ADA accessible, free and open to the public.

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Garden Guru

If you have always wanted to take your gardening to the next level, this program is just for you. Whether you are just starting out or have been gardening for a while, this VIP access to workshops, events and personalized garden help includes: -Admission to any 3 gardening workshops hosted by WCG for 2019 ($60+ value) -A two-hour private garden consultation held at your garden (scheduled between April and September 2019)($100 value) -A garden journal to help you track crops and productivity ($20 value) -A garden tote filled with free packets of seeds($20 value) -A private group tour of the Grateful Tomato Garden -Entrance to the WCG Plant Sale Pre-Sale ($250 value) along with personalized shopping tips from our experts! -Two seedlings of rare, exciting peppers or tomatoes that are not available at our Plant Sale ($10 Value) -Entrance to the annual Urban Garden and Farm Tour on Saturday, June 23rd ($20 value) The cost of the entire series is $389. 100% of the proceeds support WCG programs in the community. Only 6 spaces available. Reserve your spot at For questions, give us a call at 801-359-2658 or email

ACME Session: Railroad Stories: Community Voices and Regional Perspectives

Free The story of America’s railroad is complicated and dynamic because it isn’t a single story: it’s many stories. These narratives—including those from our own communities—are personal and significant in ways that aren’t always reflected in how we talk about this shared history.

In conjunction with the UMFA's exhibition Race to Promontory: The Transcontinental Railroad and the American West and the 150th anniversary of the Golden Spike, join us for an evening of community conversation, reflection, collaboration, and art making that explores the railroad’s impact on our families, towns, and lives.

Presenters: Katherine Kitterman, Historical Director, Better Days 2020 Darren Parry, Chairman, Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation Judge Michael Kwan, President, Chinese Railroad Workers Descendants Association Fred E. Woods, Professor, Church History & Doctrine, Brigham Young University

Luminaria Presenters and activity leaders: Luminaria co-founders Christine Baczek and David Hyams will discuss the photographic technologies and challenges of the Race to Promontory era, provide sample prints and plates for handling, and share photographic equipment used to create those images.

The Human Rights Crisis in Yemen

Years of conflict in Yemen have led to economic collapse and a nearly complete breakdown of the country’s health system. Yemen is experiencing food shortages, disease outbreaks and the ongoing war has taken a terrible toll on civilians. Andrea Prasow, Deputy Washington Director, Human Rights Watch who conducts advocacy before the US government on global human rights issues. Previously, as senior national security counsel and advocate for Human Rights Watch, Prasow investigated and analyzed US national security policies and practices, and led advocacy efforts urging executive and legislative branch officials in Washington to implement national security policies that respect internationally recognized rights. Scott Paul, Humanitarian Policy Lead, Oxfam whose advocacy in humanitarian emergencies often focuses on the political drivers of violence and vulnerability, as well as the financial exclusion of vulnerable individuals and the remittance companies and charities that serve them.

Legislative Wrap-up

The League of Women Voters' Legislative Action Committee will be present to talk about their priorities from the 2019 session, take your questions and look at future actions to preserve our democracy. This is a free event for the public.

Create What You Crave: Cider in a Box

**This is a special 21+ only workshop** In this workshop we will discuss the process of making hard cider. Everything from sourcing, pressing, fermenting to bottling. Jordan Riley of Riley Farms, UT will share his wealth of knowledge in operating an orchard, the varieties of apples found in Utah, how different types of apples are used to create flavor balance and the processing techniques used to press the apples to juice. The second portion of the session will be led by Mountain West Hard Cider’s very own passionate Cider-Maker, Joel Godwillie. He will explain how to make cider on a small scale at home, the cider making processes practiced at Mountain West Cider, describe the equipment used in cider making, and share his tips and tools for making quality cider at home. Appetizers will be provided. Soda, wine, beer, and Mountain West’s Ruby Hard Cider will be available for purchase. There will be a drawing at the end to win an at-home cider-making kit! Doors open at 6:30 PM. Program starts at 7:00 PM tickets: $30

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Booty Debacle at the Bad Ass

Fathers and Families Coalition announces immediate availability of tickets for the Booty Debacle. Ticket holders will not only enjoy a catered dinner at Bad Ass Coffee Co, but they will be encouraged to dress in their own pirate garb and will be part of the story as it unfolds. The coffee company will be open after normal operating hours exclusively for this event. Mythweavers theater company is providing the script & main character actors to lead participants in their immersive experience.  

The event benefits the Fathers and Families Coalition directly helping at risk youth in the Salt Lake area.

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 Additional information, please visit our Facebook page at Booty Debacle at the Bad Ass.

Author Signing with Rosalyn Eves

"Prepare to be spellbound" in this fast-paced and action-packed final installment of the Blood Rose Rebellion trilogy, perfect for fans of Six of Crows. The Binding is broken. Mátyás is alive. And Anna Arden is on the run. It seems, yet again, that breaking the Binding has shattered the world. And the only hope of mending it is Anna and Mátyás, working together. But it's never that simple, is it? The praetheria, the creatures once held captive by the spell, are now waging war against the Austro-Hungarian empire. And they are holding Noémi hostage--using her life to manipulate Anna and Mátyás, like marionettes on a string. Gábor has elected to stay behind, to fight in the Hungarian army's resistance, while Anna and Mátyás search for their beloved Noémi--a mission doomed from the start, cloaked in praetherian magic. Magic that relies on illusion and misdirection. Eventually, there's only one way to save her: to split up. And to walk right into the lion's den. When everyone thinks they're fighting each other for the same thing--freedom--can anyone truly win? The Printed Garden is proud to welcome author Rosalyn Eves to our store to read from, answer questions about, and sign copies of the third book in her Blood Rose Rebellion trilogy, Winter War Awakening. 

Grand Opening Celebration

It is official! We will be up and running starting on the 4th of March at our new location, which is right down the road from our current location (only 5 minutes away). Our new address is located in the Spring Pines offices; 835 E. 4800 S., Unit #112, Murray We will be celebrating our move with a Grand Opening celebration on Saturday, March 23rd from 10 - 1. There will be free stuff for all that come, light refreshments, and some prizes to win as well. There will be a grand prize of a free 60 min session for those that come to the Grand Opening and who enter to win! We look forward to seeing you at our new office space for our Grand Opening party and for future sessions as well. Free Event.

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Rise Against Oil and Gas Art Build

The BLM is leasing 217,576 acres of public land in the Uintah Basin, near Bears Ears and Hovenweep National Monuments, and on wild landscapes to private oil & gas companies on March 25. Will you help us end this sale? Please join us to Rise against oil and gas at an Art Build. This peaceful event will be held within legal bounds--we do not condone violence of any kind. This event is ADA accessible, free and open to the public.