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This spring, downtown Salt Lake City will burst with color as the Downtown Garden Stroll returns for a second year. Here to tell us more is Nick Como.

The Grand Theater is proud to present the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, Picnic. Here to tell us more is Amy Ware.

Salt Lake City will be hosting its first Reel Abilities Disabilities Film Festival. Here to tell us more is Rachel Hansen.

Odyssey Dance Theatre will round out its 22nd year with its popular Shut Up & Dance series. Here to tell us more is Derryl Yeager.

The University of Utah Dermatology Services is hosting a Sun Safe Poster Contest to teach children of Utah sun safe action steps. Here to tell us more is Elizabeth Renda.

Pulitzer Prize-winning science writer, Siddhartha Mukherjee, will be this year’s speaker, at the Tanner Lecture on Human Values. Here to tell us more is Beth Tracy.

In celebration of Women’s History Month, Pulitzer Prize winner and Harvard Professor, Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, will speak at the Marriott Library. Here to tell us more is Professor Marie Cornwall.

Get ready for spring with the first ever Red Butte Garden Volunteer Fair Open House. Here to tell us more is Sara Sorensen.

The Children’s Service Society Spring Gala returns with a circus-themed evening of dining and entertainment. Here to tell us more is Encarni Gallardo.

This March, the University of Utah Department of Theatre will present Shakespeare’s crowd-pleasing comedy, As You Like It. Here to tell us more is Sandra Shotwell.

Community Nursing Services is hosting its Annual Celebration of Art and Soup. Here to tell us more is Kimberly Dansie.


Edit: We originally aired this segment with the times of the event incorrectly. The correct times is that on both March 2 & 3, the event will run from 11 AM - 2 PM and 5 PM - 9 PM.

The University of Utah Department of Theatre will present one of Oscar Wilde’s best works this season. Here to tell us more is Sarah Shippobotham.

Plan-B Theatre continues its 25th season with the world premiere of Based On A True Story. Here to tell us more is Jerry Rapier.

This year’s David P. Gardner Lectures in the Humanities and Fine Arts will feature acclaimed playwright, Suzan-Lori Parks. Here to tell us more is Beth Tracy.

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