Free–Or Cheap!–Weekend Family Fun Along The Wasatch Front
I’m excited for the return of the Living Traditions Festival in downtown SLC–so many different cultures showing their best in food, dance, crafting and more. So much fun to introduce to your little people or try something new! There’s also the promise of summer with the Sugarhouse Farmer’s Market. Take a look and find out what’s close to you…
Kid’s Story Time:
- Barnes & Noble Storytime: Murray, 10am, free
- Stop In For Stories: Murrary Library, 10am, free
- Stories From Around The World: BYU Museum of Peoples & Cultures, 11am, free
Friday Afternoon Films: SLC Library, Main Branch, 3pm, free
Snowbird: Plaza Deck Apres Ski Music: live music on the deck, 2pm, free
Craft Time: Toole City Library, 3:30pm, free
Sugarhouse Farmer’s Market: 4-8pm, free, Sugarmont Plaza
Living Traditions Festival 2014: starts today at the City-County Building, SLC (Free admission, there are nominal fees for food and crafts.)
Morrissey In Concert: my teen years would not have meaning without this man. Kingsbury Hall, 7pm, $55-70.00
Ghost Hunt at Antelope Island State Park: ready to find out what haunts the old buildings? 9pm, free.
Read To A Dog: the animals from the Intermountain Therapy Animals love to hear a story! Draper Library, 8am, free
Adventures in Art: BYU Museum of Modern Art. 10am, and noon sessions. Signup is required, but it’s free.
Oh, The Places You’ll Go!: special storytime at local Barnes & Noble stores with activities and crafts. Free, 11am.
Living Traditions Festival: SLC City-County Bldg. Noon-10pm. Admission is free, cost for food and crafts.
Armed Forces Day: fireworks and music at the Gallivan Center, free admission, 9:30.
REAL SL vs. Colorado: our guys are the only undefeated team in Major League Soccer this season! 7:30pm, $20.00
Living Traditions Festival: SLC City-County Bldg. Noon-7pm, free, but cost for food and crafts.
Weekend Wiggle Time: stories that encourage movement and activity, SLC Main Library, 3pm, free.
To The Moon & Back: free exhibit at the Clark Planetarium, 12:30n-7pm
Looking for more? Try the excellent and comprehensive calendar at EnjoyUtah.org