Unravel the mysteries inside all of us and discover how your genome reveals your ancestral past at the Genome: Unlocking Life’s Code exhibit, now at the Natural History Museum of Utah. For more information, visit NHMU.utah.edu.
Looking for family fun summer activities? Head over to the Ogden Nature Center for Wild Wednesdays, free summer Saturdays, and more. For a calendar of events, go to OgdenNatureCenter.org.
This year, the Park Silly Sunday Market, held on on Park City’s Historic Main Street, celebrates its 10th Anniversary. Don't miss the 2016 season! For dates and more information, go to ParkSillySundayMarket.com.
Enjoy the beautiful weather and get your farm fresh produce at the 25th season of the Downtown Farmers Market, opening Saturday, June 11th. For more information, go to SLCFarmersMarket.org.
Utah’s biggest summer party returns for its 38th year and you don’t want to miss it. Join the Salt Lake Acting Company for SATURDAY’S VOYEUR, starting June 22. For tickets and information, go to SaltLakeActingCompany.org.
The Utah Division of Arts & Museums invites you to celebrate traditional music and dance from different cultures at this summer's Mondays in the Park concert series. For more details, visit ArtsAndMuseums.utah.gov.
Join the Salt Lake Film Society as they present twelve of THE GREATEST films by black directors during the month of August. For tickets and details, go to SLFS.org.
Join the Utah Children’s Theatre, every Saturday, for the Festival Faire, where families can enjoy various activities Shakespeare Style. For more information, go to UCTheatre.org.
Save the date! It’s time again for Be Well Utah, a weeklong celebration of wellness and you’re invited to participate in the many wellness activities around Utah. For more details, visit HealthCare.utah.edu/BeWellUtah.
The Utah Renaissance Faire returns for it’s fifth year with lively performances and a medieval feast that you don’t want to miss. For information and tickets, go to UtahRenFaire.org.
Utah Repertory Theater Company is presenting a revival of the Tony award-winning musical, Cabaret, that is sure to please audiences. For tickets and information, go to UtahRep.org.
Be the difference and walk to fight suicide at the Salt Lake City Out of the Darkness Community Walk. Suicide prevention starts with everyday heroes like you. Register today at AFSP.org/utah.
Concerned about your kids? Come find solutions and hear from inspiring speakers at the Uplift Families Parenting Conference Luau. For tickets and details, go to UpliftFamilies.org.
Join Rose Exposed in celebrating its fifth anniversary with new performances, inspired by FLIGHT to benefit the Tracy Aviary. For tickets and details, go to RoseExposed.org.
Join Wasatch Theatre Company for its 19th season with the regional premiere of the Obie Award-winning play, A Bright New Boise. For tickets and details, visit WasatchTheatre.org.
Come celebrate the 46th anniversary of the Classical Greek Theatre Festival as they present a production of Herakles (Hercules). For tickets and show dates, visit WestminsterCollege.edu/greek_theatre.
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage month by joining Take Care Utah for the parade and street festival at The Gateway. For more information, go to TakeCareUtah.org/events.
Don’t miss RDT’s "Ring Around the Rose" season opening show, AFRICAN DRUMS. For tickets and more information, visit RDTUtah.org.
Hear fascinating stories by traditional rug weavers and explore the ties between Native American healing plants and plants found at the Red Butte Garden. For more details, go to RedButteGarden.org/the-weavers-stories.
Celebrate and support Utah Symphony’s 76th season at its Opening Gala featuring piano soloist Mary Ann Huntsman. For tickets and more information, visit UtahSymphony.org.
Join the University of Utah Department of Theatre for a sassy funny production, inspired by the hit film, Bring It On The Musical. For tickets and details, visit Theatre.utah.edu.
Legal Aid Society of Salt Lake invites everyone join its festive annual gala—A Celebration of Justice Over Domestic Violence. For tickets and more information, call 801-924-3177.
Don’t miss a powerful address by keynote speaker, Brenda Myers-Powell, whose story was documented in the Sundance Film Festival award-winning film, “Dreamcatcher." To reserve your ticket, go to YWCAUtah.org.
Join the YWCA for its 28th Annual LeaderLuncheon with keynote speaker Brenda Myers-Powell. For tickets and details, go to YWCAUtah.org.
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