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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Downtown Dine O'Round @ over 40 restaurants participating

Downtown Dine O'Round
Sept 14-30
Explore the flavors of SLC. With over 40 restaurants participating in this annual event foodies and adventurers can enjoy a three-course dinner for $15 or $30, or a two-item lunch for $5 or $10. Who doesn't want a delicious meal for the perfect price?
Enter our facebook contest to win dinner for a year! All you have to do is upload a photo enjoying Dine O'Round. Enter once at each restaurant!
Visit DineORound.com for participating restaurants.
Chef's Showdown @ The Market
Sept 15. 10AM-1PM
The 7th annual Chef’s Showdown features three of Salt Lake City’s best chefs competing for bragging rights!
Using the Downtown Farmers Market as their pantry as well as a secret market ingredient picked by Farmers Market staff, the chefs will create both a main course and dessert. Appetizers will be provided for the crowd as part of a new component of the Showdown. Two awards will be issued: People’s Choice Best Appetizer and Best Overall.
Participants include Matt Lake of zY Restaurant, Erik Daniel of Plum Alley, and David Tofte of Pallet. 
Visit slcfarmersmarket.org for more info.
Beer & Ballet
September 20 & 21, 5PM
Capitol Theatre
This year Ballet West is excited to host a brand new event - Beer & Ballet. Enjoy an evening of good drink and dance, with a one-of-a-kind opportunity to mingle with dancers and choreographers.
Co-hosted by Epic Brewing, this event will be hosted at the historic Capitol Theatre in Ballet West’s rehearsal studio space on the third floor. The seating is intimate, the beer is locally brewed, and the dancing is never-before seen.
Visit balletwest.org/BeerandBallet for your chance to reserve a seat in this semi-private performance.
FOUR: Ririe-Woodbury Presents 50 Years
Sept 20-22, 2012. 7:30 pm
Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center

50 Years, choreographed by nationally renowned performance artist Ann Carlson, is a work created as a part of her innovative take on the “passage of time according to the perceptual calculations of the human tribe.”
Lines to Read Between by Australian choreographer John Utans, investigates ideas and images of landscape.
New York based choreographer, Brook Notary’s GRID, explores the human condition and how we respond to barriers, isolation, and conflict.
The evening will also feature the critically acclaimed work Turf (2009) by Artistic Director Charlotte Boye-Christensen.
Visit ririewoodbury.com for more tickets & more info.

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