>Tuesday in ogden, utah

5 Apr

>I hope you all got out yesterday and enjoyed the last decent park day until the spring rains come back. I biked my tot around to the tree house museum and then up to liberty park where i got to break up a fight between two 7 year olds, school a mom on playground etiquette , and yell at some 5th graders who were screaming incredibly lewd things. Our park adventure was anything but relaxing,what happened to wholesome child’s play? I still managed to lure hunter away from the tainted park and over to a grassy field by my house where we played with bubbles and giggled wildly. I’m going to miss these toddler years when she is all grown up.

If anyone was at the Atilla and bullet for pretty boy show id love to get a review! And that goes for any everyone, if you go to an event and love it, write about it and submit it to indie Ogden!

be sure to check out the rad upcoming indie shows in Ogden from rick shoes productions HERE

Eccles community art center– selected works from the Weber County School District’s Secondary Student’s exhibit/competition in the Main Gallery. The Carriage House Gallery will feature the photography of All Perry of Roy.

Art Guild Spring Student Art Sale- Weber State University in the Union Buildings Lair (first floor across from the information desk). Sale runs Tuesday April 5 from 9am-4pm.

Heavy metal karaoke– every Tuesday at brewskis unleash your inner metal head and rock out to heavy metal karaoke!

Weber events
WSU’s Center for Diversity & Unity and the diversity board will sponsor “Sessions on the Ledge” featuring a variety of local performers, noon, Shepherd Union Atrium, free, 801-626-7243 or adriennegillespie@weber.edu.

WSU’s Weber Reads Program will present “Reconstruction to Civil Rights: Legacies of Douglass & Jacobs,” featuring WSU history professor Susan Matt, 12:30 p.m., Stewart Library HetzelHoellein Room, free, 801-626-7243 or weber.edu/weberreads.

WSU’s Department of Performing Arts presents the Browning String Quartet featuring ShiHwa Wang and Ann Cox on violin, Michael Palumbo on viola, Viktor Uzur on cello, 7:30 p.m., Val A. Browning Center Allred Theater, free, 801-626-6431.

There is going to be a super amazing Utah blogger’s meet-up this Saturday at the one and only borrowed earth emporium here in Ogden Utah. Join the facebook group to learn more and meet other bloggers.


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