Events for Community Events

Holiday Honky Tonk for the Utah Food Bank

The 6th Annual Utah Food Bank Holiday Honky Tonk is Saturday the 21st.  Don't miss this show. The band Mountain Country host their 6th Annual Holiday Honky Tonk December 21, 2019 at Leatherheads Sports Bar & Grill. This “Honky Tonk” is a yearly charitable concert for the Utah Food Bank and makes for an unbelievable night of music. Bring your donations, polish up your boots, and step out in support of this yearly tradition to help those in need. We want to Thank all the supportive folks down at Leatherheads Sports Bar & Grill for assisting in our efforts to provide an unbelievable yearly event that showcases some of Utah's Americana bands supporting one of Utah's MOST beneficial community programs.

https://youtu.be/f-A8qnYzrJQ http://www.mountaincountryband.com/holiday-honky-tonk-2019.html



Holiday Honky Tonk for the Utah Food Bank

The 6th Annual Utah Food Bank Holiday Honky Tonk is Saturday the 21st.  Don't miss this show. The band Mountain Country host their 6th Annual Holiday Honky Tonk December 21, 2019 at Leatherheads Sports Bar & Grill. This “Honky Tonk” is a yearly charitable concert for the Utah Food Bank and makes for an unbelievable night of music. Bring your donations, polish up your boots, and step out in support of this yearly tradition to help those in need. We want to Thank all the supportive folks down at Leatherheads Sports Bar & Grill for assisting in our efforts to provide an unbelievable yearly event that showcases some of Utah's Americana bands supporting one of Utah's MOST beneficial community programs.

https://youtu.be/f-A8qnYzrJQ http://www.mountaincountryband.com/holiday-honky-tonk-2019.html



Last Hurrah 2019

Downtown Salt Lake, The Gateway and S&S Presents are excited to announce Last Hurrah 2019, presented by Rocky Mountain Power, Coors Light, Coca Cola and Strong VW. This free event will be open to the public on New Year’s Eve, from 8 PM-midnight. Featuring live music on outdoor stages, as well as indoor games, food trucks and pop-up bars. Last Hurrah will be Utah’s largest countdown celebration.

See more at lasthurrahslc.com



Last Hurrah 2019

Downtown Salt Lake, The Gateway and S&S Presents are excited to announce Last Hurrah 2019, presented by Rocky Mountain Power, Coors Light, Coca Cola and Strong VW. This free event will be open to the public on New Year’s Eve, from 8 PM-midnight. Featuring live music on outdoor stages, as well as indoor games, food trucks and pop-up bars. Last Hurrah will be Utah’s largest countdown celebration.

See more at lasthurrahslc.com



Last Hurrah 2019

Downtown Salt Lake, The Gateway and S&S Presents are excited to announce Last Hurrah 2019, presented by Rocky Mountain Power, Coors Light, Coca Cola and Strong VW. This free event will be open to the public on New Year’s Eve, from 8 PM-midnight. Featuring live music on outdoor stages, as well as indoor games, food trucks and pop-up bars. Last Hurrah will be Utah’s largest countdown celebration.

See more at lasthurrahslc.com



An Evening with Craig Childs and Kate MacLeod

Join us for an evening with author Craig Childs and musician Kate MacLeod.  This event is free and open to the public.

Craig Childs is known for following ancient migration routes on foot, following lines of pre-Columbian trade the Southwest, and, most recently, ways used by the first people to enter the Americas in the Ice Age. He has published more than a dozen books of adventure, wilderness, and science, including his latest, Atlas of a Lost World: Travels in Ice Age America. He has won the Orion Book Award and has twice won the Sigurd F. Olson Nature Writing Award, the Galen Rowell Art of Adventure Award, and the Spirit of the West Award for his body of work. He is contributing editor at Adventure Journal Quarterly, and his writing has appeared in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Men's Journal, and Outside. The New York Times says "Childs's feats of asceticism are nothing if not awe-inspiring: he's a modern-day desert father." He has a BA in Journalism from CU Boulder with a minor in Women's Studies, and from Prescott College, an MA in Desert Studies. An occasional commentator for NPR’s Morning Edition, he has taught writing at University of Alaska in Anchorage and the Mountainview MFA at Southern New Hampshire University. He lives outside of Norwood, Colorado. Kate MacLeod is a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Her style is inspired by Easter European music, by Classical training, and by a lifetime steeped in American and Celtic traditional music. She performs throughout the United States and in Europe, teaches at music camps, and performs as an instrumentalist and vocalist with other touring musicians.

This event is presented by Torrey House Press and Ken Sanders Rare Books. Torrey House Press is also supported by Utah Division of Arts & Museums and by Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts & Parks.



Discovery Class: STEM in Action - Crop Protector Challenge

2nd and 3rd graders explore weather-related hazards and materials that can withstand severe weather!

Event Link: https://nhmu.utah.edu/events/discovery-class-stem-action-crop-protector-challenge

Ticket Link: https://12368a.blackbaudhosting.com/12368a/STEM-it-Action-Crop-Protector-Challenge--2nd--3rd-Grade--10am-Noon--January-11th?_ga=2.109008518.587826511.1574197812-745651203.1562790222



Discovery Class: Museum Exploration

1st grade students get an opportunity to explore the Museum from top to bottom!

Event Link: https://nhmu.utah.edu/events/discovery-class-museum-exploration Ticket Link: https://12368a.blackbaudhosting.com/12368a/Museum-Exploration--1st-Grade--10am-Noon--January-11th?_ga=2.108466822.587826511.1574197812-745651203.1562790222



Legislative Preview Breakfast

Join United Way and hear from legislative leaders about upcoming issues affecting all Utahns, and learn how the 2020 Legislature will be working to advance the education, financial stability, and health of our families, neighborhoods, and communities.

Join us for breakfast on Tuesday, January 21st as we explore how to move our state forward.
Event Details: 7:30 a.m. Check-In 8:00 a.m.- 9:30 a.m. Program Parking validations will be available at check- in.
Please contact events@uw.org or 801.736-8929 with any questions.



Amy Helm - 4th Annual snOwFOAM

Ogden Friends of Acoustic Music presents its 4th Annual snOwFOAM featuring Amy Helm, an American singer-songwriter blessed with a commanding, deeply expressive voice and uncanny songwriting skill that instinctively draws upon a deep well of American music traditions.

Get your tickets now, $20 in advance, or $25 day of show. As with every event presented by OFOAM, kids 16 and younger are FREE! Go to OFOAM.org for tickets and more information