Cowgirl Poet Sam DeLeeuw with musical group Coyotee Moon. Please call 801-337-2650 for more information.
Cowboy Poetry Week is held during National Poetry Month each year and celebrates the voices of the working West through the stories of cowboys, ranchers, and western writers. Each performance will feature a cowboy poet and a live band.
Cowboy Poet Steve Spencer with singer and musical group Saddle Strings.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with dancing and traditional folk music. Folkloric dances will be performed by Ballet Folklorico “Newara”.
El Mariachi Zavala is a Utah-based family of musicians performing contemporary and traditional Mexican music. Festive crafts and refreshments will accompany this program.
Thrust together by accident, four lives become entwined in a colossal misadventure highlighting cultural barriers and challenges faced by newly arrived immigrants. Books will be available at the Reference Desk.
This is the beloved, classic story or a mentally disabled man whose experimental quest for intelligence mirrors that of Algernon, an extraordinary lab mouse. The experiment seems to be a scientific breakthrough of paramount importance-until Algernon begins his sudden, unexpected deterioration. Will the same happen to Charlie? Books will be available at the Reference Desk.
Eliminate 80% of the space of traditional row gardening while reaping 100% of the harvest. Jim Teahan, a certified instructor with the Square Foot Gardening Foundation, will give you all the tips and tricks you need to master this small, intensive method of gardening.
Utah’s Hogle Zoo will present a program on the differences between birds, mammals, and reptiles that features live animals. Seating is limited. Space is first come, first served.
The true story that inspired Moby Dick. The whaleship Essex was rammed and sunk by an angry sperm whale in the South Pacific. Twenty crew members drifted for more than three months in small whaleboats, battling hunger, disease and the elements. Philbrick’s use of historical documents, including an account written by the ship’s cabin boy recreates the details behind this maritime disaster. Books will be available at the Reference Desk.