Contact with Mary Dickson

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.

The next People Productions performance is Vivienne Franzmann's The Witness. Here to tell  us more is Andrew Maizner.

This August, Craft Lake City will host its annual three day DIY Festival. Here to tell us more is Wesley Spry.

Intermountain Therapy Animals is hosting an Animal Art Sale fundraiser this July. Here to tell us more is Kari Dunn.

You won't want to miss the Natural History Museum of Utah's current exhibit, Genome: Unlocking Life's Code. Here to tell us more is Lisa Thompson.

The Cole Project provides grief support services for teens and young adults. Here to tell us more is Angela Busch.

The American Red Cross has issues an emergency request for donations. Here to tell us more is Tammy Kikuchi Nakamura.

RDT is preparing for another revolutionary season of modern dance. Here to tell us more is Linda Smith.

Youth Futures Utah is the first homeless, walk-in, extended stay youth shelter. Here to tell us more is Kristen Mitchell. 

The Sugar House Farmers Market is every Wednesday at Fairmont Park. Here to tell us more is Amy Buchanan. 

The Utah Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Biz-to-Biz Expo. Here to tell us more is Stephen Sherman. 

UMOCA explores the pressing issues of our time through socially relevant art exhibitions. Here to tell us more is Sarina Ehrgott.

NOW-ID brings a multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural performance of contemporary dance, design, and music. Here to tell us more is Nathan Webster.

Quit Trip’n provides relief for teens and young adults dealing with life’s struggles. Here to tell us more is David Kozlowski.

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