The Salt Lake Scene

Posts from August 2012

  • New Utah Museum of Natural History

    The new Natural History Museum of Utah is breathtaking, awe-inspiring and all of those adjectives that come to mind when you think of amazing natural formations like the Grand Canyon. The design of the museum, was in fact, intended to resemble it's natural setting. It is meant to exist in that site

  • Plan-B Theatre Company at The Rose Exposed

    Plan-B is a Salt Lake City theatre company who produces unique and socially conscious theatre locally. This year they will be participating in The Rose Exposed event. Jay Perry has appeared in Plan-B’s TRAGEDY: A TRAGEDY, FACING EAST, THE ALIENATION EFFEKT, GUTENBERG! THE MUSICAL!, SHE WAS MY BROTHER

  • Farmers Market at Gardner Village

    [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="430" caption="Wasatch Front Farmers Market at Gardner Village"] [/caption] This weekend we went to the Wasatch Front Farmers Market at Gardner Village, and it was more than I ever expected a Farmers Market to be! View a short video at the bottom of this post,

  • Snowbird in the Summer

    Ski lifts are generally not on my radar in the middle of August, but after taking the tram at Snowbird all the way to the top, we've added it to our list of summer favorites. The tram ride itself was a major highlight for our kids, who climbed up on the railing to stand and look out the window (it's

  • Utah Genealogical Association Fall Family Conference

    The Utah Genealogical Association is excited to announce their Fall conference "Come Climb Your Family Tree" on Friday, September 21, 9:00 AM-8:30 PM and Saturday, September 22, 9:00 AM-5:30 PM. Bring your family to explore your roots: the Utah Genealogical Association Fall Conference will be a new