>It’s Friday , be prepared

18 Feb

I had some pretty intense dreams the last couple nights- zombies, giant reptiles in the sea, tidal waves, acid rain. i don’t know what it all means but i think today i am just going to stay home, drink smoothies and watch cartoons with the tot. But don’t let my absurd dreams, probably cause by too much spicy food, prevent you from having fun. Today is going to rule so get out there and enjoy it! Also please RSVP HERE to be in the Indie Ogden promo video this Saturday!

Eccles-The Eccles Community Art Center, 2580 Jefferson Avenue, Ogden will exhibit the art of the members of the Utah Watercolor Society in Main Gallery, in the Carriage House Gallery the art work of Ryan Bouman of Harrisville
WSU– Weber State University Nontraditional Student Center presents Little Hands, Big Art: a fundraiser exhibit of art by children of WSU Nontraditional Students;
WSU-Leah Wadman’s exhibition of sculptural interpretations of people’s favorite fairy tales and their own personal stories. Featuring Linda Brady, Jo Anne Taylor, Rebecca Samford, Nancy Otto, Deja Mitchell, Britta Stumpp, and Nikki Nicholas.

WSU’s Center for Diversity & Unity will sponsor “Let’s Talk: A campus-wide conversation about cultural competence for us all,” 9:30-10:30 a.m., Shepherd Union Room 232, free, 801-626-7243 or adriennegillespie@weber.edu.
WSU West Center presents a workshop on “The Five Love Languages,” 5:30-7:30 p.m., WSU West Center (5627 S. 3500 W., Roy), free, 801-689-4978 or weber.edu/workshopsatwest.

WSU’s Department of Cultural Affairs presents Circo Aero mixing traditional circus arts with innovative cabaret theater, movement and charming humor, 7:30 p.m., Val A. Browning Allred Theater, $10, 1-800-WSUTIKS, weber.edu/culturalaffairs or 801-626-6570.

WSU’s Outdoor Program presents a moonlight cross country tour, 8:15-10 p.m., Annex 9 (4100 S. Taylor Ave., Ogden), $6 (includes equipment), 801-626-7354 or weber.edu/outdoor.

Sandtrap-Fox Van Cleef with Red Dog Revival-FREE
Mojos– acoustic friday– 7- Travis Crane, 8- Kat Day, 8.5- Marny Proudfit, 9- Alex Michaelson of Kiramesa, 9.5- Descriptive, 10- Cecil & Kent Bullard, 10.5- Steve Hatch of King Tree, 11- Two Mile Road w/ Dewie Louies. Begins 7pm. 5bux.
The Storm Cellar presents: Relentless. Featuring performances by:Beargrowl, Wolfhowl, Tyler Thomas, Mike Harvey, Relentless. Doors open at 6:00PM, music starts at 6:15PM. Tickets are $5 at the door.

I just heard back from the indie Ogden’s giveaway winner of the makeover package by Allison Compton. She had this to day-
“Alison was great This is the first time in a long time that I have been 120% happy after a hair appointment!Thank you for doing your blog. I moved to Utah 2 years ago and to Ogden 1.5 years ago and really enjoy knowing what is going on in town. You do a great job and as a reader I appreciate it.”
this is why i do this blog folks and this email has made me so incredibly happy. thank you Jackee Ann!


One Response to “>It’s Friday , be prepared”

  1. ladaisi February 18, 2011 at 9:37 pm #

    >I want to go to a Mojo's music night. I live in the sticks. 😦Ladaisi Blog

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