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.
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.
The Utah Arts & Museums is still accepting submissions for its Statewide Annual competition. All artists age 18 and older and encouraged to enter. For registration and details, go to ArtsAndMuseums.utah.gov.
Join KUED and the Salt Lake Film Society for a live broadcast of Frontline’s The Choice 2016 at the Tower Theater. Free tickets available at the Broadway and Tower Theatre. For details, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsored by the Hinckley Institute, the University of Utah will host its 2016 Pride Week focusing on the idea of safe spaces for the LGBTQ+ community. For event details, visit LGBT.utah.edu.
It’s not too late to register for the 2016 Annual State History Conference. This year’s focus is “Rural Utah, Western Issues.” For more information, go to Heritage.utah.gov/history.
Join the Utah Nonprofits Association for the 11th annual conference for a day to unify, elevate, and strengthen. To register, go to UtahNonprofits.org.
Don’t miss the “Celebration of Dogs” at the 2nd annual DogFest Walk N’ Roll, benefiting Canine Companions for Independence. For more information, email DogFestWasatch@cci.org.
For Utahns who’ve never seen the Spiral Jetty, join UMFA and fellow art lovers for a fun day of art and science. For details, visit UMFA.utah.edu/artlandish.
Don’t miss the final weeks of the Tuesday Harvest Market for your fresh produce fix. For more information, go to SLCFarmersMarket.org.
The next ARTLandish event will bring a live musical performance based on a collaborative project with experimental composer Guillermo Galindo. For more details, visit UMFA.utah.edu/artlandish.
A new art exhibit will highlight the role visual arts has played in shaping Salt Lake City and will be on display at the newly renovated Thomas S. Monson Center. For more information, contact 801-870-0956.
Don’t miss an evening of Bach as UtahPresents brings acclaimed cellist Matt Haimovitz to Salt Lake City. For tickets and details, visit UtahPresents.org.
The Salt Lake City Library will be hosting various events and book discussions centered on the First Folio of Shakespeare. For more information, go to SLCPL.org/firstfolio.
Join the Natural History Museum of Utah for the Annual Indian Art Market and celebrate native arts and culture. For more information, go to NHMU.utah.edu.
RDT is proud to have Plan-B Theatre Company on the Ring Around the Rose stage, presenting their playful comedy, THE EDIBLE COMPLEX. For tickets, go to ArtTix.org.
The annual UEA Convention and Education Exposition returns this October and is open to anyone interested in public education. For more information, go to MyUEA.org.