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Geocaching in the Swaner Preserve Learn to geocache. Scavenger hunts, treasure hunts and more. GPS units provided to the first seven individuals or teams that sign up for each date. Geocaching in the Swaner Preserve, June 13, 4-5p. Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter, 1258 Center Dr. Free ($5 for nonmembers). SWANERECOCENTER.ORG

Photography installation by Carol Koleman Check out CATALYST staffer Carol Koleman’s photography installation at Finch Lane Gallery. See cover and artist’s statement, p. 4 of this issue. Carol Koleman exhibit, through June 14, 9a-5p. Closing reception, June 14, 6-8p. Finch Lane Gallery, 1325 E 100 S. SLCGOV.COM/ARTS

Clay Landscapes for Families

Chalk Art Festival Local and visiting artists, professionals and hobbyists, create a half-mile-long chalk mural. Watch them create it, or come by later to enjoy the results. Sponsored by the Utah Fostercare Foundation. Chalk Art Festival, June 14, 2-10p and June 15, 10a-10p. Available for viewing on Sunday, weather permitting. At the Gateway, from the fountain to the movie theatre. CHALKARTFESTIVAL.ORG

Learn what it takes to keep bees. Find out how bees form hives and pollinate your plants. Gain an appreciation for our insect friends without necessarily starting a hive of your own. Register early, limited seating. Beekeeping for Curious but not Committed, June 13, 6:30-8p. Conservation Garden Park. 8275 S 1300 W. Free. CONSERVATIONGARDENPARK.ORG

Tue 11

with POOR MAN’S WHISKEY The Vision | Red Dog Revival Darkside of the Moonshine


Tue 18


with Sanders Bohlke

Fans of: Jerry Douglas, Elephant Revivial

Fri 28 CAMERON RAFATI & THE PUBLIC with Wildcat Strike

Sun 30 SALLIE FORD & THE SOUND OUTSITDE with L’anarchiste


of Sun Kil Moon & Red House Painters

Landscapes are a common subject for art—and the UMFA is full of them. Get inspiration from paintings, sculptures and drawings in the UMFA to create your own three-dimensional landscape out of clay.

Thu 6

Clay Landscapes for Families, June 15, 1-4p. Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, 200 S West Temple. Free. UTAHMOCA.ORG



SLC Vol 9 20 x 20 slides


CHRISTOPHER OWENS (of GIRLS) with Sarah Sample

Storing and Using What You Grow Gardening is a wonderful way to connect with your environment and where your food comes from, but if you don’t know what to do with your produce, it can go bad very quickly. Learn how to properly process and store your food so it can last through the season, including fruits and vegetables, without the process of canning. Registration required. We attended this last year and found it interesting and useful. Storing and Using what you Grow, June 15, 10a-12p. Grateful Tomato Garden, 800 S 600 E. $10. WASATCHGARDENS.ORG

Beekeeping for the Curious but Not Committed


JUNE Thu 13

Garden Maintenance Learn to reap the most of your garden harvest. Some of the topics covered will include organic soil amending and fertilizer basics, as well as weed maintenance and pest control. Keep your garden fresh and productive all summer long. Garden Maintenance, June 15, 1-3p. Grateful Tomato Garden, 800 S 600 E. $10. WASATCHGARDENS.ORG

Of Meat and Marrow: A Rock Opera Dance Circus SB Dance’s one-night-only blowout. Big props. Live music. Morbid fun. (See preview on website.) Of Meat and Marrow, June 15, 8p. Rose Wagner Center, 138 W 300 S. $20. SBDANCE.COM

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