Each December, Utah’s Hogle Zoo lights up their grounds for visitors to come and enjoy the animals in a festive setting.
UMOCA’s newest exhibition from Saudi Arabia, called Cities of Conviction, presents works that examine the struggle and transformation of Saudi society. The artists also delve into complex issues linking Utah and Saudi Arabia. Salt Lake City is one of only ten cities in the United States to get this exhibition. It will be at UMOCA through January 6, 2018.
The Festival of Trees is always a highly anticipated holiday event that raises money for Primary Children’s Hospital.
The Jewish Community Center hosts a Hanukkah Market every year.
Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting will host a film called “Hard to Believe” this November to raise awareness about the issue of organ harvesting.
Lark and Spur will recreate the sound of mid-20th century Paris cabarets at their upcoming concert, put on by Excellence in the Community.
The Salty Cricket Composers Collective present a menagerie of music with Mélange 9.0.
The 2017 Holiday Quilt Show and auction raises money to fund medical research and education.
The Sam Rich Lecture Series, hosted by the Hinckley Institute of Politics, brings preeminent global leaders.
The Utah Association of Health Underwriters understand health insurance can be overwhelming.
The Sorenson Unity Center, in collaboration with KUED will host a screening of Great Performances: Havana Time Machine.
The Utah Military Academy will host a special event as we approach Veterans Day.
The Sumi Nungwa 2nd Annual Open House and Native Art Sale will take place at Market Street Grill in Cottonwood.
The Metropolitan Opera’s Utah District Auditions will take place this November at Libby Gardner Concert Hall, and they’re open to the public.