The next exhibit opening at Discovery Gateway Children's Museum is all about Sid the Science Kid. Here to tell us more is Laurie Hopkins.
Avenues Open Studios brings together all artist disciplines in the Salt Lake City, Avenues District. Here to tell us more is Gunter Radinger.
Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council is hosting the Marmalade Jam Fest this September. Here to tell us more is Jack Winward.
Eat Local Week promotes local food, honors Utah's agricultural heritage, and empowers the community to make conscious food choices. Here to tell us more is Tobi Werkhausen.
Ririe-Woodbury's Fall season presents three diverse pieces that blur the lines between traditional dance performance, visual art installation, and theater. Here to tell us more is Jena Woodbury.
The University of Utah Tanner Dance is opening the first French Immersion School. Here to tell us more is Monika Jalili.
The Avenues Street Fair is one festival you do not want to miss. Here to tell us more is Dave Alderman.
The Utah Women and Leadership Project is hosting SheTalks this October. Here to tell us more is Dr. Susan Madsen.
Utah is home to one of the nations largest populations of refugee youth. Kidnected World’s Wonderment initiative brings our young refugee community creative tools and resources with the Utah Refugees Maker Bus. The bus acts as a mobile unit that can travel to various refugee communities, schools, and other destinations to provide access to social, creative and educational resources.
Salt Lake County Animal Services is hosting the 2nd annual Pet-a-palooza Festival. Here to tell us more is Callista Pearson.
Huntsman Cancer Institute is holding its annual Community Open House during the Be Well Utah week. Here to tell us more is Garrett Harding.
The Epilepsy Foundation of Utah is hosting the annual Seize the Night event. Here to tell us more is Sarah Hansen.
The YWCA will host its 28th Annual Leader Luncheon this September. Here to tell us more is Amberlie Phillips.
Be Well Utah is a week-long celebration to wellness. Here to tell us more about this year's activities is Robin Marcus.