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UTAH’S ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE

JULY 2012

NICK RIMANDO Real Salt Lake’s Goalkeeper

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15 must-do activities

Q &A WITH

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Restaurants, pubs and more

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Calendar of events, festivals and concerts

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The newer side of Park City

Tuesday, July 10

Deer Valley Resort Amphitheatre Park City, Utah

Picnics and coolers welcome T i c k e t s Av a i l a b l e a t D e e r Va l l e y S i g n a t u r e S t o r e s, D o l l y ’ s B o o k s t o r e A l l G r a y w h a l e m u s i c l o c a t i o n s, a n d F T E S L C . C O M

KINGSBURY HALL Saturday July, 21

KingTix.com | 801.581.7100

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JULY 2012 Content Manager Kadee Duclos Design & Layout Brian Hugo, StephAnn Knotts Contributors Pam Baumeister, Justin Grant, Steve Greenwood

President & CEO Brent Low Vice President of Business Development Jed Call Marketing Coordinator Amanda McIntyre Marketing Research Callen Fry

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What you shouldn’t miss. Where you should stay. What you should eat.

Fiona Apple, Days of ‘47 and more.

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Nick RimAndo We caught up with Nick to see why he loves Utah.

Entertainment

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Advertising Team Trent Eyre teyre@mediaoneutah.com Michelle Church mchurch@nowsaltlake.com

Great eats for every taste.

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Must-have beauty and fashion finds of the summer.

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Kathleen Beckmann kbeckmann@nowsaltlake.com Heather Miller hmiller@nowsaltlake.com Jenn Miya Jmiya@nowsaltlake.com

9th & 9th DISTRICT One of Salt Lake’s best kept secrets shopping, eating and things to do.

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Newpark Town Center The newest side of Park City.

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DateBook Find something to do every day this month, from free movies at the Gallivan Center to numerous concerts.

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Trolley Square offers a multitude of shops and eateries in a unique historic setting. Bring the family for dinner, meet your friends to shop, and explore our indoor and outdoor courtyards. We are open Sundays, and offer FREE valet parking Thursday – Saturday 5 pm to close. With plenty of free parking, it’s easy to shop, eat and play!

600 South 700 East, Salt Lake City • 801-521-9877 • www.trolleysquare.com

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It doesn’t take long to realize that Salt Lake is unlike any other place— miles of outdoor trails, local breweries and shops galore. The all-new IN Magazine is here to keep you in the loop and your taste buds fluttering for the adventurous flavors Salt Lake and surrounding areas have to offer. Whether it’s hidden gems or well-known hot spots, these great places are what have evolved and shaped the Salt Lake culture. Don’t waste a moment— our 48-hour guide will help visitors and locals alike enjoy this oneof-a-kind place. If you only had 48-hours in Salt Lake, what would you do? Where would you

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go? What would you eat? These are some of our top-picks for the month of July.

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kiler grove winegrowers Kiler Grove Winegrowers opened Utah’s First Urban Winery & Tasting Room in January 2011. The Tasting Room offers wine lovers of legal drinking age the chance to sample (free of charge) and purchase Kiler Grove’s fine Rhône-style wines, and to view winery operations. The winery and tasting room are available for private parties, receptions and classes. Kiler Grove can provide hands-on experience in all aspects of wine-making, and their tasting room is the perfect venue for wine tastings and food pairings.

Make the most of your stay by opting for a place that captures some of the history of Salt Lake City. Parrish Place Bed and Breakfast offers just that. Built in 1890 by George M. Cannon and Marion A. Morris and is listed in the National Historic Register. During your stay at this beautiful Salt Lake City Bed and Breakfast, relax and revisit the times of an era gone by in the dining room under rainbow reflections from a beautiful, original stained glass window. 720 east Ashton Avenue, sLc

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Bambara Bambara is a lively and approachable New American Bistro and is one of downtown Salt Lakes City’s liveliest restaurants. With an inspired menu and a look and feel designed to entice all the senses, it represents an entirely unique dining experience. Housed in the historic Continental Bank lobby, Bambara strikes a balance between classic detailing and contemporary elegance with a casual approach. Open Monday through Friday for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and breakfast and dinner on the weekends. Our proximity to the city’s top performance venues also makes us the perfect place for pre- and post-theater dining and don’t miss the 3 courses for $13 Powers’ Lunch Special! 202 south main street, sLc

53 w. Truman Avenue, s. salt Lake

Twilight concert series Fill your Thursday summer nights with the Twilight Concert Series at Pioneer Park. The series runs from July 5 August 30. Gates open at 5pm and music begins at 7pm. For only $5 a concert you can listen to My Morning Jacket, Beach House, Passion Pit, Band of Horses, Common and many more. pioneer park, sLc

rubysnap You know you want her cookies! They’re HOT. Featuring twelve gourmet cookies, Ruby Snap will leave you wanting to return again and again. Each month a new flavor to bring you back for more. July’s cookie is named Memphis and she is a straight up fresh raspberry cookie topped with more fresh raspberries. This girl will knock your summer socks off with yummy freshness! You can also find Ruby Snap frozen cookie dough at your local Harmon’s grocery store. 770 s. 300 w., sLc

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The cotton Bottom inn The Cotton Bottom is something Guy Fieri dreams about. Not only is this place a greasy spoon/biker bar, but it happens to be home to the best garlic burger around. If you didn’t hear about this place from a local, you wouldn’t know it existed. Their garlic burger is absolutely, the most ridiculously delicious garlic burger served on a scrumptious toasted bun. You can sit on the patio in the spring and summer or in the winter it’s the perfect spot for an apres skiing trip. Be aware, you must be 21 and older.

Foster the people - in concert Grammy Nominated indie rock trio Foster The People will bring their tour with special guests Mayer Hawthorne & The County and Kimbra to Saltair July 5. The indie rock trio Foster the People make atmospheric, psychedelic, and dance-oriented pop. The group formed in Los Angeles in 2009 and features keyboardist/guitarist/vocalist Mark Foster, bassist Cubbie Fink, and drummer Mark Pontius. You will not want to miss out on this concert! 12408 west saltair drive, magna

2820 e. 6200 south, sLc

epic Brewing company Epic Brewing Company’s Gold Medal winning Wit Beer is back on state Liquor Store shelves or in Epic’s Tap-less Tap Room with a Panini. Go Discover the 3 Levels of Epic at their brewery on 825 South State Street in Salt Lake City. 825 s. state street, sLc

michael kors at city creek Brings American jet-set luxury to your everyday life, Michael Kors offers accessories and sportswear that epitomize chic, sophisticated style and a polished yet sporty sensibility with attention to detail and quality. Through July 14th there will be 30-70% off select items including apparel, shoes, handbags, watches and accessories. 50 south main street, sLc | www.shopcitycreekcenter.com Photo by Steve Greenwood

mountain Flyer at snowbird No need to climb any stairs, this ride is accessed from the base of Chickadee and brings riders up to the launch point before, 1,000 linear feet above. Once released, gravity takes over and you and your partner can soar down safely to the base! highway 210, Little cottonwood canyon www.snowbird.com

Tracy Aviary Tracy Aviary, located in Liberty Park, offers bird shows, immersive exhibits of more than 130 different species of birds, educational programs and is a great place to take the whole family. The aviary’s hours have been extended for the summer and is now only $5 for admission after 5pm. 589 east 1300 south, sLc

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The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah depends on a great corps of volunteers to run smoothly and safely. No experience necessary. Volunteering is a great way to get plugged into the community, get close to the race, and be a part of the wonderful festivities. Plenty of cool SWAG, too. Go online and sign up today! August 7-12, 2012

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utah shakespeare Festival Get of town and experience Utah’s Tony Award-Winning Theater in Cedar City at the Utah Shakespeare Festival. Featuring over nine plays through October. there is something entertaining for everyone including the award winning performance of Les Miserables. Go to www.bard.org for details on plays, events, galleries, craft fairs and many other activities throughout the season.

Ypsilon at Trolley square Ypsilon at Trolley Square is the store to buy fashion-forward summer dresses for women who are looking to make a statement this summer.

provo river Fly Fishing

602 east 500 south, sLc

provo river

3333 south Decker Lake Dr. (2200 West), West Valley City

351 center street, cedar city

or go online at www.halecentretheatre.org

Photo by Karl Hugh © Utah Shakespeare Festival 2012

They have one of the widest selections of designers, colors, styles and sizes in the Salt Lake Valley.

Fly fishing the Provo River in Heber City is the quintessential Rocky Mountain fishing experience. Cast a fly on the wild trout waters at one of the quietest and most convenient locations in Utah.

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August 15 — se p te m be r 29 Fresh From Broadway!…Dolly Parton’s sparkling musical comedy garnered 4 Tony nominations. A showstopper…plenty of sassy tunes and soul-filled ballads, plenty of laughter…plenty of heart! This full musical remake of the iconic movie is just plain fun…three unlikely friends conspire to take over the company. Music and lyrics by the irrepressible, Dolly Parton. Book by Patricia Resnick. Reserve early!

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48 HOURS IN What do you do with a day off in Salt Lake? Sleep in first off, then mostly hang with my family, go to the local parks, have a couple Epic beers, and when it’s nice out head to the lake or drive my golf cart around the hood.

Where is your favorite place to eat in Salt Lake? I don’t have one place, but for breakfast– Eggs in the City, lunch– Park Cafe, and for dinner– either The Copper onion, Takashi, or Pago.

Favorite place to grab a pint? Dick N’ Dixie’s.s

What are Utahns better at than anyone else in the world? Keeping their state a secret! I love this place. It’s like a diamond in the rough. Salt Lake has everything you would want: lakes, mountains, great seasons, friendly people, good restaurants, the list goes on.

What’s the best part of living in the 801? There are tons of great things about Utah, but what’s stands out a lot to me since I’ve lived in LA, DC, and Miami is there’s no traffic and everything seems to be only fifteen minutes away. Then you can throw in all the friendly people here, and the best fans to play for.

What’s the biggest misconception nonnatives have of Salt Lake?

Nick Rimando has proven to be one of the best goalkeepers in Major League Soccer. Since joining the Real Salt Lake team in 2007, his unbelievable

If you move to Salt Lake and you’re not in the majority religion, LDS, it’s not an accepting/ welcoming place for an “outsider.” My family and I feel the opposite and were welcomed by our neighbors and the city with open arms. People here are some of the nicest people and friends we know!

What was the biggest culture shock when you relocated here? It was adjusting to Sunday, not everything’s open. It was a bit weird at first, but I understand now why it’s such a big day.

talent has been a vital force in the team’s success. It was Nick’s saves during penalty kicks and regulation play that heavily contributed to RSL winning the 2009 MLS Cup Championship. His presence has also impacted Salt Lake setting an MLS record for the fewest goals allowed in a single season. Currently, in the middle of the 2012 MLS season, Nick is continuing to prove that he’s one of the best goalies in the league and a force to be reckoned with. //

See Nick Play You can catch Nick in action this month at the Rio Tinto Stadium for three Real Salt Lake home games July 4 - 8pm RSL vs. Seattle Sounders July 21 - 8pm RSL vs. Colorado Rapids July 27 - 7pm RSL vs. Vancouver Whitecaps

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From its mining roots, Park City has grown into a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts, artists and entrepreneurs. Newpark is the newest side of Park City and offers both urban excitement and serene beauty of nature. Locals and visitors can live, work, play, shop, dine and stay at Newpark. Newpark Town Center is the first neighborhood development plan in Utah certified by the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED-ND program (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design). Newpark offers everything you could dream of in a resort. Enjoy the simple vibrance of shops and galleries, diverse restaurants and cafés, a movie theater, grocery stores, a state-of-the-art recreation complex with connection to Park City’s trail system, and a cutting edge family entertainment center.

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Don’t miss the Peach Sangria at Jupiter Bowl—you’ll love it! eVenTs: » July 28, H2O Overdrive Sup Cup closing party and awards

Live it up Newpark residents and guests enjoy distinctively-designed accommodations that blend a luxurious interior with mountain-contemporary styling and architecture. Condominiums are conveniently nestled around the heart of Newpark Town Center with its dining and shopping, while still close to a cutting edge recreation facility, the Swaner EcoCenter and nature preserve and Park City’s trail systems. More than 150 residences exist, with over 100 more planned.

Get to work Easily reached with public transportation, Newpark headquarters Athletic Republic, Rossignol, and Skullcandy, as well as more local commercial, financial and medical services. Newpark’s central location, a 65,000 square foot class-A office building (to be completed Fall 2012), its proximity to Salt Lake and unmatched views make this an ideal place for businesses and employees.

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Newpark is loaded with fun! The premier entertainment venue everyone is talking about is Jupiter Bowl. Rated as the #1 by Ski Magazine for all ages apres ski, this is the place to have a good time. Jupiter Bowl features 16 luxury lanes of ultra-modern bowling, two great bars, The Lift Restaurant, 3 pool tables in the billiards lounge and an arcade. That’s not all! Jupiter Bowl feature 70 feet of state-of-the-art video screens, 28 HDTVs, DJ booth and Park City’s largest dance floor. Jupiter Bowl is a great find for those looking for a unique place to host a party or event with family, friends, or business associates. Groups will be catered to with a variety of options and event packages. The staff will create event packages to entertain groups from 10 to 600. Hosts can expect tasty menus, fun birthday parties, team building activities, meetings or an unforgettable blow-out celebrations from Jupiter Bowl.

» Aug 11, Tour of Utah, Stage 5 and Ultimate Challenge venue and stage » Aug 20, Park City Marathon » Oct 13, Pink Series Half Marathon

swAner ecocenTer Guided nature walks occur every Thursday and Saturday at 10:00 am and open climbing wall every Wednesday and Saturday 1:00 -3:00 pm.

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Get a bit more shopping in by staying at the Newpark Resort and Hotel with their current $50 cash card special.

Shop around A shopper’s haven, Park City has everything from handmade designer clothes, furniture, books and sportswear, to art collectibles and Western antiques. Newpark is currently completing construction on Park City’s newest shopping center, an impressive 70,000 square foot complex.

Dine and dish Visitors can enjoy numerous restaurants, cafés, bistros or bars, serving a tasty variety of ethnic and domestic treats. Many popular establishments have opened, such as The Lift Lounge & Grill, Jupiter Bowl, Café Rio, Kneader’s Bakery & Café, Maxwell’s East Coast Eatery, and Good Thymes Bistro -- with more eateries on the way.

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www.newparkresort.com (435) 649-3600 Created with green principles, functionality, and flow in mind, Newpark Resort and Hotel is a contemporary design masterpiece and a home away from home for Park City visitors. The hotel and resort boast feng shui design throughout, a swimin-swim-out pool with lap lane, and oversized hot tub, a high-end kitchen, and multi-functional furniture in every Sponsored Content

room. TripAdvisor ranks Newpark Resort and Hotel as the secondtrendiest and third-most family friendly hotel in Park City, Utah. As a boutique resort and hotel, Newpark caters to a mix family leisure travelers to corporate business travelers. Newpark offers one of the largest spaces for meeting, event, and trade shows in the region.

Free hoT concerTs: » July 5, Brown Chicken Brown Cow » July 12, Berel Alexander Ensemble » July 19, Motherlode Canyon Band » July 26, PATWA Reggae Band » Aug 2, Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers » Aug 9, Halden Wofford & the Hi*Beams » Aug 16, Meagan Tubb & the Shady People » Aug 23, Lash Larue » Aug 30, Jason Isebll and the 400 Unit

While visiting the newer side of Park City visitors may forget they’re in a mining town.

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We invite you to sample handcrafted single estate wines that are born from our Paso Robles (California) grapes, then blended and bottled in South Salt Lake. Find our Trebbiano in select DABC stores throughout the Wasatch Front and Park City.

Winery & Tasting Room* 53 W. Truman Avenue

Thursday - Saturday noon-7pm or by appointment

South Salt Lake, UT 84115 www.KilerGroveWines.com

801.746.0977

To participate in the show contact  Michelle Church at 801.204.6360 or mchurch@mediaoneutah.com

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July 21 // Fiona Apple Kingsbury Hall, SLC Fiona Apple made her debut at age 19 with 1996’s Tidal, which is certified triple Platinum. Rolling Stone named her Artist of the Year in 1997 and in 1998 she won a GRAMMY for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance for one of the album’s singles, “Criminal.” When the Pawn…followed in 1999, and was hailed by Entertainment Weekly as “the work of an original.” Extraordinary Machine debuted in the Top 10 of The Billboard 200 and appeared on numerous critics’ best-of-2005 lists. On June 19, Clean Slate/Epic Records will release Fiona Apple’s first album in seven years. The new album’s title is a poem:

Jun 2–Sep 16 // Speed: The art of the performance automobile Utah Museum of Fine Arts 410 South Campus Dr., SLC www.speedumfa.com Racing into town this summer, Speed: The Art of the Performance Automobile will be on display at the University of Utah on the first-floor galleries of the Utah Museum of Fine Arts in the Marcia and John Price Museum Building from June 2– September 16. The exhibition comprises 19

The Idler Wheel is wiser than the Driver of the Screw and Whipping Cords will serve you more than Ropes will ever do. The cover for The Idler Wheel… will feature an illustration by Apple.

7:30 pm; Tickets: $45–$65. Limit 6 per person.

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Saturday’s Voyeur Salt Lake Acting Company 168 W. 500 N., SLC // 801.363.7522 www.saltlakeactingcompany.org Join us for the biggest summer party in Utah— SATURDAY’S VOYEUR by Allen Nevins & Nancy Borgenicht, directed by Cynthia Fleming. For 34 years this poignant and upbeat musical satire written for us and about us from scratch every year, has given Utah a voice. Political. Liberating. Always hilarious. SATURDAY’s VOYEUR 2012 comes to you live from downtown SLC. Take the journey beneath Main Street to discover the secrets that dwell in the tunnels that connect downtown’s Church Campus. Experience the hubbub leading up to 2012- Mitt Romney’s Presidential Nomination, the unveiling of City Creek, and Trax making its way ta’ the airport! Through agical means of conveyance we meet our favorite local celebs and take a humorous look at the nation’s fascination with the LDS Church. Wed-Sat: 7:30, Sun: 1:00, 6:00; $15–$42

Photo © Peter Harholdt; Courtesy of UMFA

of the world’s finest automobiles and was organized by automotive historian, museum consultant and guest curator Ken Gross. Speed will showcase a century of automobiles that exemplify premier aerodynamics, engineering, art and design of their eras. The cars range from the menacing 1952 “Beast III” Bonneville racer (pictured above) to the ultra-cool 1957 Jaguar XK-SS Roadster, once owned by Steve McQueen. The cars are on loan from some of the country’s top automobile collections, including the Price Museum of Speed; National Automobile Museum; Petersen Automotive Museum; Bruce Meyer; Peter and Merle Mullin; Jon and Mary Shirley; and the Larry H. Miller Family.

$18 Adults/$13 Youth/$3 Children; Discounts available.

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Sugarhouse Fireworks 2100 S. 1400 E., SLC Come and bring your family to the largest fireworks show in Utah! The Sugar House Fireworks will be at the Sugar House Park and will feature a 30-minute fireworks after dark. Before the show starts come early for fun with performances, vendor booths and fun. www.SugarHouseFireworks.com; Free

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Urban Flea Market

Gateway Thursday Night Concerts

400 S. State Street, SLC www.fleamarket.com

July 19–24 // Days of ‘47 Safelight Rodeo Maverik Center 3200 S. Decker Lake Dr. West Valley City The chutes are bustin’ wide open for the 2012 Days of ‘47 Rodeo. From spinecracking bronc rides to bone-crunching bull fighting this Rodeo will blow the cowboy hat right off your head. The Days of ‘47 Rodeo has consistently been rated one of the nation’s top PRCA rodeos. World Champion cowboys and cowgirls compete for over $200,000 in prize money as they make their way to the National Finals Rodeo.

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The Urban Flea Market is a free (and affordable) marketplace that takes place on the second Sunday of each month through October. You can find (and sell) eclectic vintage, used and new items inlacing clothing, records, original artwork, furniture, tools, odd-ball-knick knacks and more. 9:00 am – 3:00pm

Downtown Farmers Market

The Fountain at Gateway www.shopthegateway.com During the month of July enjoy free concerts on Thursday nights at the Gateway from Joe Muscolino Band, Crazy Coyote, Caleb Chapman & The Voodoo Orchestra and The Fabulous Floors. Also take advantage of the extended shopping hours on Fridays and Saturdays through Labor Day, 10 am to 10 pm. 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Garden Tours

Pioneer Park Nothing says summer like the unparalleled flavor of local produce — fresh and direct from the grower to you. The Downtown Farmers Market in historic Pioneer Park, with over 250 vendors, offers the finest products from local farmers, crafters and food vendors. Thousands of Market enthusiasts support Utah agriculture by shopping at the state’s largest gathering of growers on Saturday mornings and Tuesday evenings, June through October. Sat: 8:00 am – 1:00 pm; Tues: 4:00 pm – Dusk

Temple Square www.visittemplesquare.org/events The world-renowned gardens surround the 35 acres of the headquarters of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. These gardens include more than 165,000 bedding plants, 250 flower beds, and over 700 varieties of plants from all over the world. The gardens are redesigned every six months and replanted by hundreds of volunteers. Free one-hour garden tours are given May through September. Tours by appt; 45-60 min

JULY EVENTS JUNE 4 - AUG 16

July 9, 16, 23, 30

July 12

Weekday Monday Utah Workouts Night Movies Symphony Movies start Mon - Thurs. & Opera 5:15 PM to 6:00 PM

at dusk 70s Disaster Films!

7:30 PM to 9:30 PM

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July 17

July 21

July 28

Radio Disney Days 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Folk & U92’s Bluegrass Summer Jam Festival Go to

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1:00 PM to 10:00 PM

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239 S Main Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84111

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12047 South State St, Draper (801) 553-1000 www.cowabungabay.com Open Daily; $11.95–$22.95 WORLD’S BIGGEST SPLASH COMES TO UTAH. Since Cowabunga Bay opened 3 years ago, it has quickly become Utah’s premier water park. Designed to maximize the fun for kids as well as convenience for Moms. The central water structure is stacked with 12 levels of fun: bridges, tunnels, nine water slides, rope climbs, interactive water toys and two buckets that drop 1,200 gallons from 60 feet in the air. New this year is “Cowabunga Kid’s Cove”, a smaller version of the giant play structure that has been scaled down for the little ones. There is also a Lazy River and the relaxing Cowabunga Beach. Fresh pizza, burgers, salads and wraps are popular favorites at the Island Grille. Affordable all day passes and 4-hour passes are available, along with parking, life jackets and FREE tubes. Head on out to Cowabunga Bay this summer and see what Moms and kids are raving about. Located at 12047 S. State Street in Draper. Check out www.cowabungabay.com or call 801-553-1000 for more information.

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Salt Lake City has a vast array of dog parks, both on and off leash. Some of the parks are open fields, great for tossing the frisbee and tennis ball, while others are more hiking trail areas great for a run. For hot days, a few of the parks have creeks or ponds for a cool splash to beat the heat. Grab the leash, your tennis shoes, and take a break at the park with Fido! parley’s nature reserve

Jordan dog park

sugarhouse park

Not fenced in Water Trails

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herman Franks park

1200 West 5400 South Taylorsville, UT

2740 South 2700 East Salt Lake city, UT

700 E 1300 S Salt Lake city, UT Off-leash Fenced in

Lindsey gardens dog park 9th Ave and m Street Salt Lake city, UT No fence Off-leash

900 West 1000 South Salt Lake city, UT

millrace park Off-Leash Fenced in

Tanner park

2740 S 2700 E, Salt Lake city, UT

1400 E. 2100 S. Salt Lake city, UT

Liberty park

600 East 900 South Salt Lake city, Utah Leashed No Fence Water

Leashed and Off-leash Water

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Open since 1995, Rodizio Grill is America’s first Brazilian steakhouse with authentic Brazilian cuisine. Three-foot fresh-from-theflame skewers of meats, vegetables, and fruits are perfectly seasoned and carved table side by Brazilian Gauchos. Authentic Brazilian appetizers, salads and desserts abound. Rodizio is a “Hot Concept” awardwinning restaurant. Lunch and dinner, $$$

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Red Iguana is the original Cardenas family’s award-winning cuisine. Authentic Mexican classics, exotic dishes, and traditional molés have made this place very popular with the locals. The Red Iguana is so good, they opened a second location about two blocks from the first one. The Cardenas family serves about 700 people a day, 363 days a year. Lunch and dinner, $$

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The Market Street Grill restaurants offer both exceptional valuepriced dining, and a sumptuous selection of menu choices that will satisfy even the most discriminating of clientele. Acknowledged as “Salt Lake’s most popular restaurants,” the Market Street restaurants are recipients of numerous dining awards (Best business lunch, best seafood, best desserts). The Zagat’s Guide to America’s Top Restaurants says “nobody does it better when it comes to fish…dishing menus that consistently excel in all locations – and the legendary clam chowder is second to none.”

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Breakfast, Lunch, dinner & sunday Brunch; $$$

Sage’s Cafe is vegetarian, locally grown, seasonally inspired, organic, made inhouse, daily chef specials, weekend brunch, raw foods menu, gluten-free menu, awarded cuisine, organic wine and beer. Sage’s Cafe loves buying organic and always seek local first, in order to bring you the freshest foods. Variations may occur based on the natural seasonal cycle. Lunch and dinner, $$

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Madeline’s Steakhouse & Grill is a familyoriented restaurant with fantastic food, a great atmosphere and wonderful service. The tender, juicy steaks, mouth-watering chicken, fresh pasta, and tasty sandwiches are sure to satisfy your appetite. The house favorite, spinach and artichoke dip, and slow-roasted prime rib will make Madeline’s a family tradition. Lunch and dinner, $$$

The Melting Pot is an unforgettable fondue experience with attentive service, fine wines, the highest quality of fresh ingredients, a variety of entrée cooking styles, unique sauces, as well as cheese fondue and chocolate fondue. From the time the first piece of bread is dipped until the last piece of dessert is savored, you’re definitely in for an enjoyable time. dinner, $$$$

9th south Delicatessen offers meats and cheeses as well as house made items behind the case, such as the W. Weinstein’s Wow Pastrami sandwich— pastrami with whole seed mustard on pumpernickel bread. There are also dry goods and other non-perishables like gourmet sea-salts, Israeli couscous, bottled beverages. Other fine items are on shelves throughout the store. Lunch; $-$$

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7/1

Craft Sabbath

Salt Lake City Public Library 210 East 400 South, SLC 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm; Free This gathering of artists and crafters unique to the Wasatch front. Craft Sabbath celebrates diversity, individuality, and community through creative expression. Hand crafted jewelry, sculpture, clothes, dolls, and other brilliantly crafted discoveries await everyone who attends.

7/2

Lunch Bunch at Gallivan Center 239 S. Main St., SLC.

7/3

July 3rd at Canyons

4000 Canyons Resort Dr., Park City 3:00 pm/7:30 pm; $5 per car Are you ready to start your Independence Day one day early? If so, then head over to Canyons. Activities begin at 3:00 pm, The Soulistics will perform at 7:30 pm, fireworks start at 9:30 pm. No dogs allowed.

7/4 Sugar House Fireworks

Sugar House Park 12:00 – 10:30 pm; Free Bring your family to the largest fireworks show in Utah! Concessions and vendors will be at the park before the fireworks show.

7/5

Twilight Concert: Beach House & The Walkmen Pioneer Park, SLC Gates Open at 5:00 pm; $5

7/6

Antelope by Moonlight Bike Ride Antelope Island State Park Ride starts at 10:00 pm; $17–$22

The 19th annual family friendly, noncompetitive bike ride at Antelope Island State Park, in the middle of Great Salt Lake. The 22 mile route goes from the Marina to the historic Fielding Garr Ranch and back.

7/7

Farmer’s Market at Gardner Village 1100 W. 7800 S., West Jordan 9:00 am – 2:00 pm; Free

A typical day at the market is filled with live music, farm-fresh breakfast, 90+ farmers, artists, an animal train, demonstration beehives, canning classes and much more!

7/8

Park Silly Sunday Market

Park City’s Historic Main Street 10:00 am – 5:00 pm; Free

An ecofriendly open air market, street festival and commUnity forum where neighbors and friends come together to celebrate our commUnity of fun and funky Park Sillians.

7/9

FREE DAY: Utah Museum of Natural History 301 Wakara Way, SLC 10:00 am – 5:00 pm; Free

7/10

Downtown Farmer’s Market Pioneer Park, SLC 4:00pm – Dusk; Free

The Market—with more than 250 vendors—offers a unique variety of farmers, growers, bakeries, prepared food and beverages, packaged foods and local artisans.

7/11

Red Butte Movie CSNY: Deja vu

South Towne Center Sunset Market West of South Towne Center 10450 South State St., Sandy Thursdays, 4:00 – 8:00 pm

Enjoy a wide array of vendors offering local foods and artisan wares.

7/13

Utah Reggae Festival Ogden Ampitheatre 343 E. 25th Street, Ogden 6:00 pm – 11:30pm; $10–$30

Ballet Under the Stars Murray Park Amphitheater 495 E. 5300 South, Murray 8:30 pm; $6–$8

7/14

Dean Risko LIVE Concert

Demi Lovato

Energy Solutions Arena 301 West South Temple, SLC 7:00 pm; $33-$47

American Idol Live

Maverik Center 3200 South Decker Lake Drive West Valley City 7:00 pm; $31.50–$67 Ten of the most talented artists to ever hit the AMERICAN IDOL stage come to the Maverik Center as part of the AMERICAN IDOL LIVE! tour.

7/17

The Gallivan Center and Radio Disney AM 910 are teaming up to host the ultimate field trip for kids in Salt Lake City! Kids will enjoy prizes, Disney Dancers, face painters, a bounce house, a waterfall, and other cool stuff just for them.

“Hoods Up” at UMFA 410 South Campus Drive, SLC 6 pm; $200

Celebrity car enthusiast and host of The Tonight Show, Jay Leno, will visit the UMFA for an exclusive “Hoods Up” event in the galleries, and will then travel to Kingsbury Hall for a larger conversation about cars with curator Ken Gross. Check website for ticketing prices and information.

The Utah Symphony / Utah Opera partners with the Gallivan Center and Utah Lyric Opera to present a free performance on the plaza featuring the Utah Symphony and several locally-based opera singers.

7/16

Speed Evening with Jay Leno

Bring a blanket and a picnic, and watch unforgettable independent films under the stars. Enter at the Amphitheatre gates. No ticket required.

Gallivan Center 239 S. Main St., SLC 7:00 PM; Free

Catch In The Family, Facing Mirrors and North Sea Texas this Sunday at the Damn These Heels! film festival.

Radio Disney

“Cars and Conversation” Kingsbury Hall 8 pm; $20

Utah Symphony / Utah Opera

Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center 138 West 300 South, SLC Tickets start at $4

Urban Lounge 241 South 500 East, SLC Doors open at 9:00pm, $5

Red Butte Gardens 300 Wakara Way, SLC 9:30 pm; Free

7/12

Damn These Heels! LGBT Film Festival

7/15

Gallivan Center 239 S. Main St., SLC 11:00 am – 2:00 pm; Free

7/10–24

Days of ‘47 Celebration Salt Lake Valley

7/18

LINDQUIST POPS CONCERT & FIREWORKS

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Grab the family and get to the Weber State University campus to enjoy the New American Symphony and watch the spectacular fireworks. Each year, an estimated 65,000 people attend this favorite summer concert. Don’t miss out on this beautiful display!

7/19

Weber State Campus, Ogden Dusk; Free

Capitol Theatre 50 West 200 South, SLC 7:30 pm; $25–$130

Caleb Champman & the Voodoo Orchestra The Gateway 18 North Rio Grande Street, SLC 6:30 pm; Free

7/20

Grace Potter & The Nocturnals

Twilight Concert: Band of Horses

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7/27

Rio Tinto Stadium, Sandy 8:00 pm; $18–$100

Rocky Mountain Raceway 6555 West 2100 S., SLC 7:00 pm; $5–$10

Red Butte Gardens 300 Wakara Way, SLC

RSL VS. Colorado Rapids Come cheer on Real Salt Lake as they defend the RioT against the Colorado Rapids.

Salt Lake Bees vs. Fresno Grizzlies Spring Mobile Ballpark 77 West 1300 South, SLC 7:05 pm; $9–$25

Western Days Utah Olympic Park 2:00 – 5 pm; Free

Activities, music, food, watch athletes train. Stay for the 5pm Flying Ace All Stars Freestyle Pool Show ($10 Adults/$7 Kids Seniors).

7/22

Ghostbusters

Pioneer Park, SLC Gates Open at 5:00 pm; $5

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7/28

Salt City SteamFest Red Lion Hotel 161 West 600 South, SLC 9:00 am – 11:00pm; $17/$20

London Games Celebration Utah Olympic Park 2:00 – 5:00 pm; Free

Celebrate the 2012 Summer Olympic Games! Bounce houses, activities, food, music, watch athletes train. Stay for the 5pm Flying Ace All Stars Freestyle Pool Show ($10 Adults/$7 Kids Seniors).

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7/23

Egyptian Theatre 328 Main Street, Park City 6:00 pm; $40-$60

Gallivan Center 239 S. Main St., SLC 9:00 pm; Free

7/24

Pioneer Days

Heritage Park 2601 E. Sunnyside Ave., SLC $7–$10 Bring the entire family for a fun-filled Pioneer Days at This Is The Place Heritage Park! Try your luck at the Pie Eating Contest and lay low during the Bank Robbery! If that doesn’t get your heart pumping, Dr. Quackenbush and one of his secret potions will!

7/25

Lunch With A Keeper Utah’s Hogle Zoo 11:30 am – 1:00 pm; $40

For children ages 6 to 10 and an adult. This 90-minute program provides children and adults with the unique opportunity to meet with a member of the Zoo’s keeper and education staffs and learn about how they care for the animals.

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Intermezzo Chamber Music Series: Poulenc Vieve Gore Concert Hall Westminster College 1840 South 1300 East, SLC 7:30 pm; $18/$15

7/31

Flying Objects 3.0 Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center 138 W. 300 South, SLC

The Salt Lake Art Design Board will install the third series of Flying Objects, a temporary public art project in downtown Salt Lake City. The 12 new sculptures were constructed of steel, bronze, copper, found objects, industrial tools or fiberglass. Some will be located near Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center; near Abravanel Hall and at the Hotel Monaco, all in Salt Lake City.

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