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Posts from April 2011

  • This Is the Place Heritage Park

    This Is the Place Heritage Park was a surprisingly fun place to go with my kids. It's very interactive, is run smoothly and now is one of my favorite Utah attractions! I ended up going because we were having a family reunion at the park, and the wood shop/iron shop they feature was run by an ancestor

  • Springtime At Temple Square

    You know Spring has arrived when you see a beautiful array of colors blooming in the Temple Square gardens! Right now is the perfect time to take a quiet stroll through the gardens, and even learn some history while you are there. Temple Square is the perfect place to begin your tour of Salt Lake

  • Inferno Cantina Opens its Doors Downtown

    It seems that the old Salt Lake City High School building is destined to remain a Mexican Restaurant, no matter what it's named, and that's a GOOD thing! Originally home to Cafe Pierpont, then the Sandbar, the latest incarnation at 122 W. Pierpont Avenue bills itself as Inferno Cantina, and from

  • Looking for Your Ancestors? Look in Salt Lake City!

    Salt Lake City is the hub of genealogy. If you're looking for family history research help, camaraderie, education or ancestors, look no further than Salt Lake City, the Crossroads of the West. It's Time to Go! Thinking about a research trip to the Family History Library in Salt Lake City? What are

  • Earth Week in Salt Lake City

    Lawns turning green, daffodils in bloom, pear trees blossoming - Salt Lake City really comes alive in April. It's time to show some love for Mother Earth by attending one of the great SLC Earth Day activities taking place throughout the second half of April and the beginning of May. Salt Lake City

  • Make Reservations Now for Salt Lake City's Best Easter Brunches

    For many of us, our morning meal on Easter Sunday consists of half a dozen Reese's peanut butter eggs and the ears of a chocolate bunny, but it doesn't have to be that way. Why not celebrate Easter, and welcome spring, with family and friends at one of Salt Lake City's best Easter brunches? Many Salt

  • Record Store Day, It's More Than Just Music.

    To some like myself this Saturday, April 16 is more than just another way to battle the emotional roller coaster Utah spring weather graces us with. It’s a day unlike any other for a music lover. It’s Record Store Day, a day to avoid the Internet download and the megastore and move your pasty,

  • Red Butte Garden Concert Tickets

    [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="316" caption="Photo courtesy Red Butte Garden. "] [/caption] It's time to start dreaming of cool summer evenings - the 2011 lineup for the wildly popular Red Butte Garden summer concert series has been announced. Full and half season ticket packages go on sale

  • It's Easter Time In Salt Lake!

    With April here, and Easter just around the corner, check out all of the events going on in Salt Lake. Between all of the egg hunts, brunches, teas, and visits with the Easter Bunny, there is never a lack of things to do! Discovery Gateway Crafts With The Easter Bunny Friday, April 8th, 12:30pm to

  • The Gateway Mall

    The Gateway shopping center attracts many people from all of Utah, as well as neighboring areas such as Idaho and Wyoming. As a former student from Utah State University, I knew many people - including myself - who would travel 3 hours south to Salt Lake just to shop downtown at The Gateway. The