Archive | April, 2017

Garden Poetry Walk

30 Apr

04-01-2017 to 04-30-2017 – Did you know April is National Poetry Month? Celebrate this important literary art with a stroll through the Garden. Throughout the month the Garden will host a special audio tour featuring recordings of the spring poetry contest winners reading their poems, all accessible from your cell phone.

Salt Lake Bees vs. El Paso Chihuahuas

30 Apr

04-27-2017 to 04-30-2017 – Catch the Salt Lake Bees in action when they take on the El Paso Chihuahuas at Smith’s Ballpark!

So Much Light

30 Apr

04-30-2017 to 04-30-2017 – So Much Light is the solo project of Damien Verrett (of The Speed of Sound in Seawater and Mansion Closets).

The Madeleine Festival: Sam Payne

30 Apr

04-30-2017 to 04-30-2017 – Sam Payne’s Fill-the-room stage presence, his craftsmanship as a storyteller, and his soaring tenor voice have established ┬áhim as a favorite with audiences and critics alike. He hosts “The Apple Seed: Tellers and Stories,” a national show on the art of storytelling(broadcast nationwide daily on Sirius), and has brought his live stories and songs to concert halls and festivals Canada, Bulgaria, Tokyo and the United States, including the Will Rogers Auditorium in Dallas, Texas and the Kennedy Center.

USA Judo Senior National Championships

30 Apr

04-29-2017 to 04-30-2017 – The Judo Senior National Championships will be held in Utah in April 2017 and it will coincide with the 50th anniversary of the only World Judo Championships ever held in the USA.

Bayside and Say Anything

30 Apr

05-01-2017 to 05-01-2017 – Postfontaine presents Bayside and Say Anything with special guest, Reggie and The Full Effect.

Free Family Movie: Mia and the Migoo (French)

30 Apr

05-01-2017 to 05-01-2017 – Join us at the Viridian every first Monday of the month for our free kids movie screenings, brought to you by the Utah Film Center. This months title is Mia and the Migoo (French with subtitles).

Strange creatures must prevent a real-estate developer from destroying a sacred tree.

This screening is open to the public, no tickets or reservations required.