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Tuesday, September 24, 2013

NEWS: Downtown SLC Events

Downtown Farmers Market

Pioneer Park
Saturdays 8 AM - 2 PM
Tuesdays 4 PM - Dusk

This is the magical time of year when the summer harvest fills the Market and fall favorites start to appear. The deals are so good you won't believe your eyes.

Vegetables: beans, beets, broccoli, carrots, cabbage, celery, chard, chiles, cucumber, eggplant, garlic, herbs, kale, leeks, lettuce, onions, peppers, potatoes, radish, summer squash, tomatoes, winter squash and more

Fruit: grapes, pears, apples, peaches, melons, berries, nectarines, plums, raspberries, blackberries and more

Don't forget all the other farm-fresh goodies like eggs, cheese, beef, pork and lamb.

Visit slcfarmersmarket.org for a full vendor list.

Salt Lake AIDS Walk

Saturday, September 21st

Join the Salt Lake AIDS Walk at the Gallivan Center Plaza at 10am to help raise AIDS awareness and funds to support the Utah AIDS Foundation’s mission of preventing HIV infections, caring for and empowering people living with HIV/AIDS and eliminating HIV/AIDS Stigma. Registration and entertainment begins at 10:00 am, the walk starts at 11:00 am. For more information and to register for Free, visit www.saltlakeaidswalk.org.

Downtown Dine O' Round

September 13 - 29
Enjoy three-course dinners for $15 or $30, plus two-item lunches for $5 or $10 at 45 particpating restaurants.
Post your photo to facebook for a chance to win dinner for a year!
Visit dineoround.com for a list of particpating locations and reservations.
Wasatch Jazz Project Big Band Dancing

Tuesdays in September
7:30 PM
Dancing under the stars to the 19-piece Wasatch Jazz Project and other bands, weather permitting, at the Gallivan Center! These events start at 7:30pm and end between 9:30pm and 10:00pm. Led by Carol Steffens, The Wasatch Jazz Project brings great musicianship and a passion for great arrangements of tunes old and new to the Gallivan Center outdoor stage.
Bring your dancing shoes and bring the kids. These events are free and promise to turn downtown Salt Lake City into an outdoor dancehall, complete with a dance floor in front of the stage.
Visit excellenceconcerts.org/ for more info.
Salt Lake Comedy Carnivale

Through Saturday Sept. 21
Multiple venues provide laughs for the whole family.
Visit slccomedycarnivale.comfor showtimes and tickets.
Free Night Of Theatre
October is the perfect time to discover the theatre.  Whether you have never seen live theater or you just want to try out a company you’ve never patronized, you can enter to win free tickets through Free Night of Theater.

Instead of being restricted to selecting a theater performance on one night, now you will have a choice of performances throughout the whole month of October, providing many more patrons the opportunity to try something new and experience some of the finest theater performances the state has to offer!

Find out how to get tickets at NowPlayingUtah.com

1 comment:

  1. For anybody wondering about the farmers market. It's a great way to get fresh fruits and vegetables. I've been plenty of times and would like to go more when it starts getting warm out and it opens back up. I definitely recommend it to everyone.

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