Check out Red Butte Garden's Horticulture Spotlight Lecture Series, each month from now to September. Lectures are free but registration is encouraged. For more information, go to redbuttegarden.org.
The J. Willard Marriott Library, in partnership with the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library is hosting Vesalius: Celebrating 500 Years of Innovation. Go to lib.utah.edu for more information.
Tickets are now available for the 2014 Utah Shakespeare Festival. The festival will feature eight plays running from now to October 18. For more information, go to bard.org.
The Jordan Family Education Center provides a variety of services and classes dealing with most aspects of family life. Classes are offered free of charge. For more information, call (801) 565-7442.
Revel in mystery, comedy, and romance this Fall at the Utah Shakespeare Festival. Fall programs start Sept. 17 and run through Oct. 18. For tickets and scheduling, go to bard.org.
Back by popular demand, Odyssey Dance Theatre will preform THRILLER at the Egyptian Theatre. For tickets and information, go to odysseydance.com.
The Give Me a Chance project provides support for low-income women by helping them refine their skills and learn basic business practices. Join them for their "A Stitch in Time" fundraiser. Learn more at gmacutah.org.
Lifelong Learning is offering a variety of courses in October. Learn about photography, screenwriting, fermenting foods, and more. For more information and to register for courses, go to lifelong.utah.edu.
Learn how animals and plants adapt to the changing environment of Fall at the Ogden Nature Center's Wild Wednesdays. For information on tickets, go to ogdennaturecenter.org.
Join KUED and Sundance for free community film screenings of FREEDOM SUMMER and Q&A with film producer Cyndee Readdean. Events will be held in St. George and Cedar City. For more information, go to kued.org/sundance.
Utah Shakespeare Festival company members will be hosting a musical benefit concert to raise funds for the local food bank. For more information, call (435) 867-0603.
Winos for Rhinos is a unique conservation fundraiser that pairs wine, art and wildlife photography. Early bird special registration is available through August 15. For more information, visit hoglezoo.org/rhinos.
Chamber Orchestra Ogden is celebrating October as Arts and Humanities Month with opening its 2014-15 season on October 4. For tickets, visit chamberorchestraogden.org.
Spend an unforgettable night at the museum with your family and explore the Natural History Museum of Utah after hours. Space is limited so register today. For more information, go to nhmu.utah.edu.
The Ogden Nature Center provides the perfect outdoor classroom for scout activities, with teachers and naturalists on site to help your scouts complete badge requirements. A reservation and deposit are required. For more information, go to ogdennaturecenter.org.
Salt Lake City Green, in partnership with The Green Urban Lunch Box will be hosting a film screening of Growing Cities in celebration of Food Day. For more information, go to slcgov.com/slcgreen.
Join the YMCA for their 3rd annual DishED Gala, a benefit for kids. The event features both a silent and live auction, social hour, dining stations, and more. For tickets, go to ymcautah.org.
The Rocky Mountain College Fair features reps from more than 200 colleges from across the U.S. Any 6-12 grade students can register for this free community event. This event is hosted at Juan Diego Catholic High School. For more information, go to gotocollegefairs.com.
The Utah Council for Crime Prevention is hosting a special evening to honor Gail Miler as the first honoree for Utah's Champions for Children Hall of Fame. Tickets and tables are available for this event. For more information, call 801-486-8691.
The Camerata Awards Concert Gala celebrates the contributions of musicians and patrons of the arts to the University of Utah and the broader community. For tickets and information, go to music.utah.edu.
Needs Beyond Medicine is hosting their annual fundraiser canSURVIVE this November so they can continue to make a difference in the lives of cancer survivors. For more information and to buy tickets, go to cansurvive.org.