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Spring City leads the way in historic preservation and restoration in Utah. The town was designated a national historic district in the late 1970s. Since then, more than 50 of its historic gems have been lovingly restored.
The Friends of Historic Spring City will hold its annual Spring City Heritage Day, on Saturday, May 28, 2016. The public will be able to tour of many of the town’s charming, mid-19th Century pioneer homes and buildings, and visits galleries of local artists.
Summer at Utah's Hogle Zoo is full of events. Here to tell us more is Erica Hansen.
The Utah Arts Festival is the largest outdoor multi-disciplinary arts event in Utah. Here to tell us more is Lisa Sewell.
Ogden Friends of Acoustic Music proudly presents the 9th annual Ogden Music Festival. Here to tell us more is Reba Nissen.
Choice Humanitarian supports amazing and strong women from all over the world. Here to tell us more is Leah Barker.
Spring City opens more than 50 historic homes and buildings to the public every year in May. Here to tell us more is Randal Thatcher.
Primary Children's Hospital is getting ready for their annual Telethon. Here to tell us more is Val Cutrer.
A grant from the National Endowment for the Arts is supporting free workshops to the community through the Book Arts Program at the University of Utah’s J. Willard Marriott Library. Here to tell us more is Marnie Powers-Torrey.
Caring Connection's annual Seeds of Remembrance workshop will focus on honoring those who have gone before. Here to tell us more is Kathy Supiano.
The Gifted Music School’s Spring Concert features performers from all three divisions of the school. Here to tell us more is Heather Moore.