2580 Jefferson Avenue
Yoga with Jill Sjoblom
SAdhana Yoga in the Iyendar Yoga tradition
- Monday evenings only from 6:15 to 7: 15 p.m.
- Monthly tuition: $42
- Not for beginners. Pre-register required.
SAdhana Yoga in the Iyendar Yoga tradition
Sould meets body.
Monday evenings only.
Monthly tuition: $30
Rio Tinto’s Kennecott Utah Copper announces the opening of the Bingham Canyon Mine Visitors Center Monday, Apr. 2 for the 2012 season. Situated on the edge of the three-quarter mile deep Bingham Canyon Mine, the Visitors Center is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Salt Lake County.
The fees collected from the Visitors Center, and donations from Rio Tinto employees and the Bingham Canyon Lion’s Club Gift Shop, are donated to local charities through the Kennecott Utah Copper Visitors Center Charitable Foundation. The Foundation has contributed more than $2.6 million to local community charities and non-profit organizations.
$5 for passenger vehicles/mini vans
$25 for mini-tour buses
$50 for tour buses
No charge for school buses, veterans’ group tours, boy scouts and girl scouts in uniform, and vans from County operated senior citizen centers. Those arriving with school groups will need to fill out a form in advance and bring it to the entrance gate. The form can be found online.
Costa Vida is now open in it's now location in Entertainment Alley. Costa Vida, named the winner in the Best Mexican/Latin American Casual Dining category for Utah's Best of State Awards for 2011, serves up amazingly flavored sauces, salsas, savory Baja Sweet Pork, Hand Shredded Chicken, Grilled Steak, Hand Shredded Beef, and Succulent Fish made fresh daily served in the customer's choice of Burritos, Salads, Tacos, Enchiladas or Quesadillas.
The Gateway is now accepting submissions for the 2012 summer season.
If you or someone you know would like to be considered for the 2012 summer schedule, please submit a performance sample to the Gateway Marketing Department. If the music and performance style is compatible with The Gateway environment, you will be asked to
submit a certificate of proof of liability insurance that covers you to perform on The Gateway property. When these requirements are
met, they can look at putting you on the performance schedule.
Performers are not paid, not allowed to sell merchandise, and are not allowed to post any signage asking for tips.
If this is something that interests you, please begin by submitting a sample of your performance.
Adult Tai Chi Workshop with Norm Skanchy
Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Tuition: $55 for 5 weeks
Suggested for 45 and older.
Monthly tuition: $80
The first class supplies provided. Continuing supplies recommended.
Get a free cone, and 100% of your tips will be donated to Carmen B. Pingree School for Children with Autism.
Cyprus Credit Union has also agreed to match the tips up to $1,000!
See Utah Artist Brian Bailty's lates collection of work. Special for the season, it features eggs: duck, quail, emu, and ostrich eggs carved with delicate precision This exhibit is free and open to the public.
Health & Happiness: Restorative Yoga
Tuition: $95 (includes supplies)
For adults 15 and above.
Please check our website for summer camp registration details, we have exciting new camps such as Robotics, FUNdamentals of Science, Art, Water Quality Science and much more.
We have an exciting summer planned for you!.
The event is slated as a precursor to the St. George Arts Festival, welcoming art lovers, artists and the community to come and enjoy live music, hors d'oeuvres and live painting demonstrations.
Exhibition from the Weber County School District Secondary Student Competition and in the Carriage House Gallery the watercolor paintings of Terrece Beesley.
Reception for the artists and community will be held in association with Ogden's Art Stroll on Friday, April 6 from 5 to 9 p.m.
Easter at the Grand America is a much-anticipated spring tradition for hotel guests and local families alike. The Easter Bunny will hop by to greet guests at the Grand's afternoon tea, and Easter Sunday is time for the hotel's legendary brunch.
Afternoon Tea with the Easter Bunny, Saturday April 7:
Place: Lobby Lounge
Time: Seatings at noon or 3 p.m.
Menu: finger sandwiches, scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam, tea pastries, loose leaf and caffeine-free teas, lemonade, and sipping chocolate and vanilla. Cocktail service available.
Price: $24 (reservations required)
The Grand Easter Brunch, Sunday April 8:
Place: the Grand Ballroom
Time: 9 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Menu: traditional brunch favorites, fresh seafood, sushi, roasts, salads and other specialties, with desserts from La Bonne Vie patisserie. Cocktail service available.
Price: $55 for adults, $27.50 for children age 5-12, complimentary for children 4 and under. (reservations required)
On Saturday, April 7, 21 & 28.
Daily Drop-in: $10
For fun and fitness, explore the basics of Latin and South American dances fused with other dance elements.
Saturday mornings only.
Tuition: $30 (includes supplies)
For anyone ages 8 and above.
A CAT IN PARIS
Directed by: Jean-Loup Felicioli and Alain Gagnol
A Cat in Paris is a beautiful and thrilling animated film set on the moonlit rooftops of Paris.
Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Film, A Cat in Paris combines stunning hand-drawn and richly colored animation, a jazzy soundtrack, and action-packed adventure to create a wonderfully charming film for children and adults alike.
Dino the cat leads a double life. By day he lives with Zoe, a mute girl whose mother, Jeanne, is a detective in the Parisian police force. At night Dino teams up with Nico, an agile “cat” burglar who evades capture by fluidly leaping from rooftop to rooftop across the Paris skyline. Curious about where her beloved cat goes after the sun sets, Zoe decides to follows Dino on one of his nightly escapades. A surprising series of events leads to Zoe being captured by the gangster who killed her father. Can Nico and Dino find a way to use their feline skills to save her?
Directed by Robert Kirbyson
This humorous and heartfelt coming-of-age story about three unlikely heroes and the winter that changed their lives forever was shot on location in Park City, UT and had it's Utah Premiere at the 2011 Tumbleweeds Film Festival.
After a surprising discovery in the snow catapults three small-town boys into the spotlight, the best friends hatch a plan to be remembered forever by setting a Guinness World Records® title. Along the way, the trio battles schoolyard bullies, unites their community and discovers that - while fame may be fleeting - true friendship lasts forever. The film stars Bobby Coleman (Last Song), Ray Liotta (Wild Hogs), Bobb'e J. Thompson (Role Models), Josh Flitter (Ace Ventura Jr.) and Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future).
Youth of all ages will enjoy a variety of activities as we ring in the Spring season. Youth will learn how to dye eggs with natural dyes, use GPS during a geocaching egg hunt, and much more here at Swaner EcoCenter.
Also, Park City Moms will be having pictures with the easter bunny and easter egg hunt for the younger children on the Newpark Plaza or at Swaner EcoCenter if the weather is inclimate.
This event is free and open to all ages. Families welcome. RSVP.
Band of Skulls will be touring with their new album Sweet Sour this year. Tickets are $18 in advance, $22 the day of. You can buy them here. For more information from the venue, call 801/251-6115.
KUED 7 - PBS
Directed by Signe Taylor
Join charismatic young jugglers, acrobats and clowns as they spend the summer performing with Circus Smirkus, the only travelling youth circus in the United States.
CIRCUS DREAMS, a favorite from the 2012 Tumbleweeds Film Festival is premiering Monday, April 9th on KUED (pbs) at 9:30 PM. Set your DVR or grab a big bowl of popcorn and watch a double feature of two of Utah Film Center's favorites: BEING ELMO (playing at 8 PM) and CIRCUS DREAMS (at 9:30 PM).
On Tuesdays, April 10, 17 & 24.
Tuition: $30 (plus supplies to purchase including Embroidery hoop, size E crocket hook, monks cloth and yarn various colors)
Anyone ages 7 and above.
CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS
Directed by Werner Herzog
Discovered in 1994, the Chauvet Cave in southern France contains pristine artwork dating back 30,000 years. Amid gleaming stalactites and stalagmites and a carpet of animal bones, beautiful images of horses and bison gallop alongside ghostly cave lions, cave bears and woolly mammoths. Legendary filmmaker Werner Herzog gained exclusive access to film inside the nearly inaccessible cave. Don't miss this unique glimpse of the birth of art. Following the film, photographer/museum curator/archaeologist Dr. Laurel Casjens will explore Utah's hauntingly beautiful rock art and how it helps connect us to the people who lived here long ago.
Neon Indian is a new project of Alan Palomo. He will be performing at The Urban Lounge, 241 S 500 East. Tickets are $15 a piece.
Robert Gillies is a physicist, the State of Utah Climatologist, Director of the Utah Climate Center, and Associate Professor at USU. An advocate for public science and climate change education, Professor Gillies will be speaking about his just released research linking climate change to our weather patterns in Utah as well as discussing the meaning of year to year variations in this area. What will climate change mean for Utah's weather and our beloved powder?
FREE! RSVP recommended.
UFOMT’s highly accomplished pianists "tickle the ivories" in an evening of inspired artistry. Tickets range from $10-$60.
Oh, the shame of the "A." Plan-B Theatre Co. presents The Scarlet Letter at Rose Wagner's Studio. April 12-22, planbtheatre.org
Thursday evenings on April 12, 19, 26, May 10, 17 & 24.
Supplies list is available for registering students.
For anyone ages 14 and above.
Diana L. Telfer, Clyde Snow & Sessions attorney, has extended her successful divorce preparation courses and has confirmed dates through June. The courses will continue to address the issues arising from divorce including legal, financial, emotional and spiritual perspectives. The course is broken up into four sections held on consecutive Thursdays: Preparing for Divorce; The Legal Process; Finances, Property, & Debt; Children and Divorce.
Union Grill, The Beehive Cheese Company and Roosters Brewing Company and Restaurant are banning together for their sixth annual Union of the Birds and Bees, a signature tasting event. The proceeds of this event will bennifit the Union Station Foundation, an organization working to preserve Ogden's Historic Union Station. Tickets are $50.
Spinning 100 plates on bamboo sticks probably isn't as easy as it looks. See how the Golden Dragon Acrobats do it at Kingsbury Hall.
The Sugar House Art Walk combines, walkable art spaces, culinary, live music, dance and an after hours element at local bars and clubs. The purpose is to sustain vibrancy in a neighborhood with historical beginnings and future destinations. After Hour nightlife portion of the evening, typically begins at 9 PM.
Open auditions for Antigone by Sophocles on April 13 at 6:30 p.m. and April 14 at 10:00 a.m.
Call backs, by invitations only, will be held on April 15 at 2:00 p.m.
Not necessary to attend both days.
Script available for read only in Westminister's Giovale Library.
Bring a current photo and resume.
All cast members are paid.
Directed by Cam Archer
Shot as a highly stylized expressionism piece, this film follows the isolation of actress Colleen West (Ellen Barkin) as she attempts to embrace her retirement. Isolation breeds bad behavior as Colleen begins to entertain herself, blurring the line between fantasy, hallucination and reality.
2010 - Cannes, Director's Fortnight
2010 - AFI Fest
The Leonardo is kicking off Leonardo da Vinci's birthday with an event co-sponsored by USTAR, “Harder. Better. Faster. Stronger.” They'll be talking to Olympians sports, scientists and digital technolgies to get a closer look at how humans are stretching their potential. Space is limited. This event is free to the public, and admission the following weekend is $7.
Dancing on fins? Impressive. Check it out with Ballet West's The Little Mermaid. Capitol Theatre. Showtimes are 2:00pm for the Saturday, April 14th matinee and 7:00pm for the Monday evening show on April 16th.
Utah's premier young actor training program performs musical theatre hits! Ring Around the Rose is Repertory Dance Theatre's wiggle-friendly series of performances for children and families that explores the magical world of the arts, including dance, theatre, music and storytelling. Ring Around the Rose is made possible in part by grants from the Utah Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts, Salt Lake City Arts Council, and the Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts & Parks program. All shows begin at 11:00 am at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center, 138 W Broadway, Salt Lake City. Tickets are $5 for all seats (ages 2 and under free), and can be purchased in advance by calling ArtTix at 801-355-ARTS.
Theme: Super Stick & Super Slippery
For students K through 6th.
The Utah Festival Opera & Musical Theatre tries its hand at the classic My Fair Lady. When linguistics professor Henry Higgins meets disheveled Cockney flower girl Eliza Doolittle outside Covent Garden, he wagers his colleague that within six months he can change Eliza into a proper lady who can pass in high society simply by teaching her to speak proper English. Performances are July 13, 19, 20, 25 and August 11 at 7:30 p.m. and July 14, 28, August 3 and 9 at 1 p.m. Tickets range from $12-$76.
Beginning Tribal Thythms with Drummer Deja Mitchell
African Dance Workshop with Dancer Deja Mitchell
An accomplished pianist, Dr. Willem van Schalkwyk will be performing in Cedar City for one evening with a program selected from the classic repertoire for piano.
For his recital, Dr. Van Schalkwyk has selected a special program from the classic repertoire for piano. Performance highlights include Prelude and Fugue in D Major by Johann Sebastian Bach as transcribed by Ferruccio Busoni, Sonata in B Minor by Franz Liszt, Piano Pieces Op. 118 by Johannes Brahms, and the Vladimir Horowitz’s Fantasy on themes from Georges Bizet’s Carmen.
Free and the public is encouraged to attend.
Children ages three to five will have the opportunity to hear a nature-themed story followed by a related actvity or craft.
April 16th will feature the story, I can Save the Earth, by Allison Inches followed by a craft that will be displayed during the Earth Day Celebration at Swaner EcoCenter.
Cost is $2.00 per family. This event is open to children ages 3-5. Children must be accompanied by an adult. RSVP's are not required, but are appreciated.
On Tudesday afternoons only. (no class on April 24)
For generations for anone 50 or older. Grandchildren are welcome ($4 per child per class).
Women’s Choir director Sara Guttenberg has a selected a diverse range of choral works for the evening’s program with everything from English madrigols to South African Freedom Songs on the agenda. The performance is free and open to the public.
Your favorite local symphony will be performing select works from the musical genius John Williams. John is most famous for creating the film scores for the Star Wars Saga, but he has also composed the scores for Indiana Jones, the NBC Nightly News, and most recently, the first three Harry Potter movies.
The Magical Music of John Williams will be playing on Tuesday, April 17 at 7 p.m. at the Abravanel Hall, 123 West South Temple. For more information call 801/533-ARTS (2787).
On Wednesday afternoons only. No class on April 25.
Intermediate: 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Advanced:5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Tuition: $45/session (includes drums to use)
Join us for the 2nd annual Earth Day Celebration at Swaner. We'll have activities for all ages, including our wetland-themed climbing wall, geocaching, wetland exploration, crafts and games. Come celebrate our planet and learn about your local environment.
Free and open to all ages.
Camp counselor applications are due no later than April 20th for summer 2012. Camp counselor positions are available for those in grades 9-12.
Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter and Summit County 4-H are looking for responsible and excited teens to be summer camp counselors. Teen Counselors will lead campers in activites and help with set-up and clean-up. It's a great way to gain leadership and teaching experience, build your resume, and have fun! Teen Counselors can also earn money towards a Life Skills Incentive of their choosing. Teen Counselors must be in 9th-12th grade.
Annual adults-only party that will knock your feathers off. Guests will enjoy drinks, appetizers and a silent auction loaded with wonderful local deals 6 - 9 p.m., followed by an After-Party with drinks and fun local Reggae Bands from 9 p.m. to late. RSVP by April 16.
Dress: Business Casual
Relive part of the British Invasion. Original band member Joey Mollard keeps the sound of the '60s alive for his performance at Park City's Egyptian Theatre. Tickets range from $35- $60. Reserved Seating $35 Advance/$40 Door; Front-of-House $40 Advance/$45 Door; Cabaret Seats $55 Advance/$60 Door.
The Beatles will live on in the hearts of many for years to come. Classical Mystery Tour will be presenting A Tribute to the Beatles at the Abravanel Hall, April 20 and 21. Tickets range from $171-$476.
For more information, call 1-866-614-4183 or email the Abravanel hall at firstname.lastname@example.org. Purchase Tickets Here.
Don’t miss your final chance to hear this year’s Westminster Chorale sing an assortment of favorite choral pieces from classical and contemporary musicians. Admission is free to the public; however, addmission is limited to anyone over six-years-old.
Mother Earth deserves a party and Tracy Aviary knows how to make it wild! Learn how to care for and enjoy our planet through exciting hands-on activities and amazing bird encounters at this fun and educational celebration that other AZA-accredited zoos are taking part in. All activities are weather-permitting and are subject to change. Please check Tracy Aviary’s website for cancelations if bad weather is forecasted.
Schedule of Activities:
11:00am: “Trees of the Aviary” Guided Tour-
11:30am: Recycling Relay
12:00pm: Feed a Flamingo! Contest
1:00pm: Earth Day Bird Encounter
1:30pm: Recycling Relay
2:00pm-3:00pm: “Make your Mark in the Park” art project
2:30pm: Feed an Emu! Contest
This one-night only show highlights Josh Blumental's recent work on his new exhibit 4 by 1, four series in one space. The show features 52 one-of-a-kind images that also take viewers back in time. These images incorporate wetplate technology, vintage equipment and 1860's chemistry to add a twist to the concept. They bring this twist home by featuring 51 influential and creative people in the Salt Lake City area.
Magpie Houseconcerts works to ensure up and coming arts have a venue to perform in. This Sunday, they're hosting Mike Beck and his folk, rock and Americana stylings. RSVP (e-mail email@example.com or call 801.487.5552) to find out about the performance address. This concert is free; however, there is a $15 suggested donation for the artist.
Monday evenings only.
For adults. Bring your camera!
Diana L. Telfer, Clyde Snow & Sessions attorney, has extended her successful divorce preparation courses and has confirmed dates through June. The courses will continue to address the issues arising from divorce including legal, financial, emotional, and spiritual perspectives. The course is broken up into four sections held on consecutive Tuesdays: Preparing for Divorce; The Legal Process; Finances, Property, & Debt; Children and Divorce.
Utah Festival Opera & Musical Theatre hosts more than 20 extraordinarily talented artists, competing in The Michael Ballam Fourth Annual Operatic Competition. The winner, selected by a panel of judges and audience members, will head for Italy to compete for the ultimate title. Tickets are $10.
Barry Bickmore is a geochemistry professor at Brigham Young University, an active Mormon and an active Republican. From 2008-2010, he was a county delegate for the republican party. The scientific evidence for human caused climate change is quite strong and yet many people do not accept this. Professor Bickmore will explain why political conservatives like himself are most likely to dismiss the scientific concensus on climate change and he will recount how he changed his mind about the issue. He will then discuss the excuses people like himself use to dismiss scientific concensus and show why they don't hold water.
Cave expert Dr. Jean Clottes is prepared to give you a look into one of man’s best-known sanctuaries of prehistoric art at this free event. However, space is limited to be sure to arrive early for this adventure through time.
Please join us for our annual Giving Back Is The New Black fundraiser. The event begins at 7 p.m. at Pierpont Place in Salt Lake City. There will be a silent auction, light cuisine and a cash bar. Hair and fashion show begins at 9:30 p.m.
You will see shows from Lunatic Fringe Salon, Landis Salon, Salon Keiji and Paul Mitchell the School Salt Lake. Proceeds go to the Andrew Gomez Dream Foundation, Childrens Miracle Network, Food 4 Africa, Cancer Schmancer, Morris Animal Foundation, Best Friends Animal Society, Magic Johnson Foundation, No Limits, Gary Sinise Foundation and Western Resource Advocates.
Ski racing may be ending, but road racing is just getting started. Miller Motorsports is holding the Utah Grand Prix from April 27-29. The park is kicking the racing season off with a bang for the 6th year in a row. The weekend features six racing series with 13 races. Admission for the event is free on Friday, $25 on Saturday and $10 on Sunday. Kids up 12 are free all weekend long. Look for tickets online or call 435-277-7223.
Bored with life, the aging philosopher Faust would give anything to have it all. Enter Mephistopheles with the answer to his prayers – in return for his immortal soul! But when you deal with the devil there is hell to pay. The Utah Festival Opera & Music Festival lends their voices to this classic tale. Performances are on July 12, July 27 and August 11 at 1 p.m. and July 21 and August 3 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets range from $12-$76.
15,000 High school and college students from around the world gather at this conference, which includes competitions in finance, marketing, management and entrepreneurship and hospitality and tourism.
The conference is in need of 1,000 additional lcoal businesspeople to judge student business and marketing competitions. For more information on judging, click here. Contact Shane Thomas for more information. 703-860-5000, firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about DECA, click here.
Top Supercross riders Ryan Villopoto, James Stewart, Chad Reed, Ryan Dungey and more battle it out at Rice-Eccles Stadium for the 2012 AMA Supercross crown. Main event starts at 7:00 PM. Come on out and catch all the bar to bar action during the Salt Lake City race.
Tickets start at $10
Gaye Stoner, Park City local and former president of the Park City Garden Club, will take attendees through a year of gardening in Summit County. Specific topics will include: what to plant when, seed selection, succession planting, companion planting and cover crops. The presentation willbe appropriate for the beginner or the intermediate gardener and will be followed by Q & A.
Come support inFluxdance and Brolly Arts by enjoying the energized and fantasticalOrange Party and performance.
Wear your fanciest, freakiest, most diva Orange costume. Eat, drink, and dance to live music. View five dance works throughout the evening choreographed by inFluxdance members and collaborators. Meet and greet a fantastic community of artist and supporters of the arts while also supporting a company who aims to use dance as a vehicle for social change and community building right here in Salt Lake City. Join inFluxdance and Brolly Arts for an evening of innovative costuming, reckless dancing, community building, and beautiful choreography.
InFluxdance is an organization that uses dance as a medium for social change.
$15 suggested donation for patrons who wear orange. $20 suggested donation for Patrons who need to dip into the inFluxdance Dress-up trunk to find a costume!
On Monday evenings only.
Not for beginners.
Utah Chamber Artists presents the world premiere of “Petrichor” by British composer Tarik O’Regan. Also on the program is another work by O’Regan entitled “Rai,” and “Night Pieces” by J.A.C. Redford.
Ticket: $15 for general, $10 for students