>Friday – dancing, pirates and gardens

4 Mar

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Heck yeah! We have survived the week and it’s almost time for the weekend. I am so stoked about what is happening that i can hardly contain myself. I get my package of new dresses from mod cloth today and i get to dance around downtown while Mike Brice films the indie Ogden promo video. This is going to be a great day!

If you haven’t RSVP-ed for the Indie Ogden promo shoot then go do it now! From 7-9pm we will be filming all the cool places downtown. Ive never don’t this before and have no idea what i am doing so thankfully Mike Brice is helping out but be warned hilarious chaos will be involved.

There are a ton of events happening today so grab your triple n/f vanilla latte from your favorite cafe and head out to enjoy all that is beautiful about Ogden, Utah.
Standard examiner’s ‘Home and garden show’. Local businesses will exhibit ideas for spring home & garden ideas at Golden Spike Event Center-Exhibit Hall.
Today is also the start of the Holsters model railroad festival at the Union station. Come see everything there is to see about model trains including a Lego train for the kids.
Don’t forget that today is the First Friday art stroll. Listen to the street musicians and tour the various galleries to enjoy the fine art produced here in Ogden and surrounding area.
New Moon program, stargaze & night walk. Join Ogden Nature Center to discusses myths and fear about the dark and how people, animals and plants adapt to the world of low light. We’ll go on a night walk listening and looking for animal activity, then make a star wheel to take home and stargaze through a telescope.
Mojos is having their weekly acoustic night for only 5 bucks
Brewskis is having a show featuring The Fuzz Plugz & Hour-13
Check out some jazz at the Sand Trap with BBC 3 and Ken C.
If your looking to get a bit crazy Kamikazes is having a pirate night. dress in your best pirate gear and listen to Arsenic addiction, Sparks fire and Us thieves.

And as usual WSU has a lot of events for you to enjoy-
The Department of Performing Arts and the American String Teachers Association present Stringfest with guest violinist Kathryn Lucktenbert of the University of Oregon, 12:30 p.m., Val A. Browning Center Garrison Choral Room 136, free, 801-626-6929.
WSU hosts the second annual Intermountain Recycling & Sustainability Summit featuring breakout sessions on recycling and sustainability, with special keynote speaker Utah Gov. Gary R. Herbert*, 8 a.m.- 5 p.m., Shepherd Union Ballrooms, $20 after Feb. 28/$15 pre-registered/$10 luncheon only/WSU students free with ID, 801-626-6600 or weber.edu/recycling. (*Gov. Herbert’s address will be at 9 a.m.)
Center for Diversity & Unity will sponsor “Let’s Talk: Remembering Bias,” 9:30-10:30 a.m., Shepherd Union Room 232, free, 801-626-7243 or adriennegillespie@weber.edu.
Kimball Visual Arts Center will present new exhibits in conjunction with Ogden Arts’ “First Friday Art Stroll,” 5-9 p.m., Kimball Visual Arts Center and other galleries*, free, 801-626-6431. (*A map of participating galleries can be picked up at Ogden Arts, 25th Street and Washington Boulevard.)
Department of Performing Arts will host the Bonneville Chamber Music Festival Concert featuring celebrated chamber works, 7:30 p.m., Val A. Browning Center Allred Theater, $12/$10, 1-800-WSUTIKS or weber.edu/bcmf.
Department of Performing Arts presents “The Lion in Winter” by James Goldman, directed by Tracy Callahan, 7:30 p.m., Val A. Browning Center Eccles Theater, $10/$7, 1-800-WSUTIKS.
Student Involvement & Leadership will host “Cowboy Up,” a dance/party event featuring an evening of cowboy fun and the announcement of the 2011 student body officer election results, 8 p.m. – midnight, Shepherd Union Ballrooms, free, 801-626-6349.

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2 Responses to “>Friday – dancing, pirates and gardens”

  1. Trissta March 4, 2011 at 10:30 pm #

    >You are so cute! I'm glad to know I'm not the only one blogging up in the Northern side of the state. 🙂 -Trisstawww.livingonthechic.com

  2. mama mouse March 4, 2011 at 10:37 pm #

    >ahh i love your blog, diy on the cheap is always a good thing. are you in ogden?

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