>Friday- snow in spring and rock n roll

8 Apr


So remember how it was spring and we were all wearing sandals and t shirts and playing at the park? yeah, that’s done now, nature decided it’s winter again. Its like giving someone a chocolate Sunday , letting them take a bit and then throwing a pile a dirt on top. It’s just rude and unnecessary. Now i love Ogden and i have to admit that the snow does make things look incredibly beautiful but i have a pile of sundresses that are just waiting patiently to be worn and all i want to do lately is sit in the grass and eat trail mix. Is that so much to ask for? W

Until nature decides to make it spring again ill guess we will just have to look at this as an opportunity to make out very last (please be the last) snowman of the season. it will be a small, muddy and probably sad looking snowman but it will be a snowman none the less. We could also make our last snow angel, have our last snowball fight and sled our last hill. Spring will be here before we know it …right? right?

Today is Friday which means there are so many things happening i think my head may explode. Here’s a list of tonight’s events to gear up and get out there and support local!

Sand trapKind tree is playing the sand trap @9:30. King tree has been described as ‘Warm heartfelt kick ass Heavy acoustic rock!’. so check em out!

Brewskis– Paid in full @10pm. Good old fashioned Rock n Roll

The Basement presents Tournament of Champions 2011 – Round 1
Doors open @ 6:30PM. 7:00 – Private Partners, 7:45 – Under The Oak Tree, 8:30 – Welcome To The Woods, 9:15 – Stegosaurus. While the judges are tallying the scores, a special guest TBA will perform at 10:00PM. The winner will be announced immediately following the special guest’s performance.

MOJOS– The Dignitaries CD release– The Dignitaries are having there CD release party at MOJOS. 8- Expo Taylor, 8.5- Shanin Blake, 9- Wings of Normandy (The Mountain Lost), 9.45- For Name’s Sake, 10.45- The Dignitaries.

KamikazesSparks fire w/ in ship down. They Will be passing the red cross cans around to benefit japan so come out and support local bands and a great cause.

WSU and the Stewart Library Special Collections present a new photograph exhibit, “Say Little, Do Much: St. Benedict’s School of Nursing 1947-1968”; Mon.-Thurs. 7 a.m.-11 p.m., Fri. 7 a.m.-6 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. and Sun. 1-9 p.m.; Stewart Library top floor, free, 801-626-6337. (*Exhibit runs through August 1, 2011.)
WSU’s Center for Diversity & Unity will sponsor “Let’s Talk: A Campus-wide Conversation About Cultural Competence,” 9:30-10:30 a.m., Shepherd Union Room 232, free, 801-626-7243 or adriennegillespie@weber.edu.
WSU’s Goddard School of Business & Economics will hold its semimonthly meeting of Toastmasters International, 11:45 a.m., Wattis Business Building Small Business Library Room 218, visitors welcome, 801-626-8610.
WSU’s Outdoor Program will host the Fourth Annual Climbing Festival including a free gear demo and Top Chef cook-off, 5-9 p.m., Swenson Gym Weber Rocks Climbing Wall, free, 801-626-6373 or weber.edu/outdoor.
WSU’s Multicultural Student Center and Black Scholars United presents a “Blackout” Dance, 9 p.m.-midnight, Shepherd Union Ballrooms, $5 without WSU ID/$3 with WSU ID, 801-626-7330.

Hay Local bloggers the Utah bloggers meet up is going to be here in Ogden this Saturday (that’s tomorrow!) at the borrowed earth emporium! Check out the group for event details HERE. You don’t want to miss out on this great opportunity to mix n mingle and network with Utah’s bloggers.


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