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I’M SENTIMENTAL.

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Because in Mimi Darley Dutton’s article, “Dynamic Duos,” there is a picture of darling twins with their arms around each other; there’s another with hidden bunny ears; all have happy smiles. I am taken in by the closeness of these cute kids and the way they seem to be the best of friends, taking care of each other.

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Because the coaching and life philosophies of CCHS tennis coaches are pretty rad. And because there is a story about a boy named Elijah who simply learned to ride a bike and then accomplished something pretty spectacular. I'M READY TO FIND A PATCH OF SHADE.

Because there is a list of books that I want to pour over with my kids. This will certainly be best accomplished while lounging underneath the trees in our back yard, as the summer sun makes its way to the west and we find ourselves (blissfully!) with nothing to do. 

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AMAR Utah Executive board members and Draper Several local Draper businesses donated to the Jim Olson tells the story of the Iraqi women in the residents listed left to right: Becky Briggs, Marc silent auction: Minky Couture, Cafe Charleston, AMAR camp who proudly donated these hand-made Biorestoration, The Rose Shop and Lily & Liam. dresses. Shown with auctioneer Spencer Taggart. Briggs, Gary Free and Kathy Free.

Chuck Lush was a lucky recipient of one of the Utah AMAR supporters and Draper residents four donated dresses. Burke and Tara Bradshaw.

Draper residents Traci Roberts and Kim Forte are Lexi Walker and Brady Bills unveiled their Gary and Kathy Free, Draper residents, speaking two of the volunteers who set up the silent auction video Blackbird. 100% of proceeds from every about their trip to an AMAR camp in Iraq for download go directly to AMAR. held before the AMAR gala. refugees displaced by violence in their own country.

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Dynamic Duos SIX SETS OF TWINS IN SUMMIT ACADEMY'S FIFTH GRADE ARTICLE MIMI DARLEY DUTTON | PHOTOGRAPHY LINNEA LUNDGREN

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welve of the 108 students in Summit Academy’s 2016-17 fifth grade class are twins. That’s 11%! Two sets are identical, four are fraternal, and all have been at Summit since kindergarten.

Bob Zentner was principal in the fall of 2011 when all of the twins began kindergarten. “I remember when they were just little,” Zentner said; then, with a chuckle: “I had one mom say that unless they were standing together, she couldn’t tell them apart, so I didn’t feel so bad.” He added, “Of all those twins that we had in my eight years at Summit, there were so many twins that were bosom buddies, the best of friends.”

BRITTA AND JENS CHARNHOLM Britta and Jens Charnholm are the only boy/girl set. Their names represent their Scandinavian heritage. Twins were a surprise for the Charnholms, though later they realized both parents had twins in their families a few generations back. Their mom, Linnea, was on bed-rest at the hospital one month prior to their arrival at 32 weeks. Britta and Jens stayed in the hospital for a month as preemies before being allowed to go home. “They didn’t fit in their car carriers because they were so small, so we had to put rolled-up towels around them to brace the sides of their heads,” Linnea recalled.

FRANCIS AND ISAAC ACORD Fraternal twins Francis and Isaac Acord arrived on what their mom, Dirim, recalled was a snowy April day. The Acords didn’t find out the gender of their twins in advance. They’d assumed it would be a boy and a girl, so they went to the hospital with an outfit for each gender. “We were pleasantly surprised to have delivered two boys. Dad had to run out and pick out another boy outfit to go home,” Dirim said. She described the strong sense each twin has about the other, explaining that when they’re apart, they know where their twin is or what their twin is doing. 12

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BEAU AND TREY DAUTEL Fraternal twins Beau and Trey Dautel were born in December at just 29 weeks. They had to stay in the hospital’s NICU for nearly two months. “We spent every day at LDS Hospital and the boys had their first Christmas there,” their mom, Katie, said. She shared that she and her husband had just ordered pizza from The Pie when her doctor notified them it was time for their twins to be born, and they weren’t allowed to eat the pizza. “We took them to The Pie on their first birthday so I could finally have that pizza!” Katie said. The boys have tried some twin tricks. “Before they realized they weren’t identical they used to try to trick us. We would play along and they thought it was hilarious,” Katie said.

KATE AND ANNIE HEATON Kate and Annie Heaton are fraternal twins who looked a lot alike when they were young but have grown less similar in appearance and whose personalities are very different. “They are very much siblings that were just born on the same day,” their mom, Megan, said about her girls who have a July birthday. Kate and Annie are named after their grandmothers and great-grandmothers. “We had them named before they were born and could tell who was doing what in the womb,” Megan said, adding, “They love to be together.”

SPENCER AND STEVEN HIGGS Spencer and Steven Higgs are identical twins born on July 11th, so their family calls them their “Slurpee babies”. “They were less fussy and more content to be in the same bassinet at the hospital and they have been inseparable ever since,” their mom, Sandy, said. Both boys love to tell jokes and play soccer, though one cheers for Manchester United and the other for Manchester City. “They have a connection between the two of them that I have never seen with my other three children,” Sandy said. “Still to this day I cannot tell them apart from the back of their heads,” she added with a laugh.

JAZMIN AND JERZEY GARDNER Identical twins Jazmin and Jerzey Gardner were a “huge” surprise to their parents given that neither side had twins in their family. Born in June, their grandmother made name bracelets for them to wear as infants to help in telling them apart. When they dressed alike as little girls, Jazmin would wear pink and Jerzey purple. Now Jazmin sports brown hair while Jerzey remains blonde to help others know who is who. Each girl has her own personality and interests, but they are also very protective of one another according to their mom. June 2017 | Draper Lifestyle

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Inspired By Elijah with his parents, Steven and Sally, and younger brother, Noah

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Jordan Andersen teaching Elijah to ride a bike.

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earning to ride a bike is a rite of passage for most kids. For special needs children, however, the

would ride a bike. “Things don’t

innate balance and coordination necessary for this delightful milestone is a formidable task.

come easy for him,” says his mom.

A Draper nonprofit called Cycle Ability wants to make it easier and needs volunteers for their June

special needs bicycle camp at Summit Academy High School. Now in its third year, the weeklong camp, June 19-23, has a 90 percent success rate getting special needs kids and adults traveling on two wheels.

The camp transformed him into a cyclist. “He could barely sit on a bike

“We all remember when we learned how to ride a bike...it’s a great achievement. It changes every-

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thing,” says Draper resident Steven Palmer, who along with his wife, Sally, brought the Cycle Ability

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Canyon High School’s mountain biking team, who paired with then 16-year-old Elijah at the Cycle Ability camp and developed a friendship with him. “By the end of the week at camp, he could totally ride a bike.” As with any kid who learns to ride, Elijah’s confidence grew and he continued bicycling after the camp. He spent a summer learning mountain biking skills with his dad in church parking lots and at Draper Park. Despite some spills and rough starts, Elijah joined the Corner Canyon High School’s mountain bike team first as a manager his sophomore year, then as a rider his junior and senior year. He never missed a practice and competed in races. Andersen recalls joining him on team practice rides, mostly on dirt trails. “It was so cool to see his progress,” he says. “These were super technical, hard to ride trails, too.” The Palmers say they see transformation in other special needs kids who attend Cycle Ability, many of whom go on to try other sports, such as swimming. Parents are transformed, too, says Sally. “Their kids gain confidence and independence. It is a special thing to watch happen and see tears in parents’ eyes as their child rides a bike for the first time.” Cycle Ability is dependent on volunteers to assist in the five bike riding sessions a day for five days. In past camps, they’ve had the Juan Diego Catholic High School girls’ soccer team, the Corner Canyon High School mountain biking team, along with Draper residents, volunteer. Area

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RIDE on Draper Motorcyclists' Zest For The Open Road ARTICLE LINNEA LUNDGREN PHOTOGRAPHY TRESA MARTINDALE

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David Anderson

on his Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Limited

Laughlin River Run Motorcycle Rally in Nevada that they’ve attended for 16 consecutive years, the Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park, and the ride up to Canada’s Vancouver Island. Anderson’s longest ride to date—a solo trip around the circumference of the United States to celebrate his 50th birthday—is documented in a published photo book. Decked out in leather gear and taking back roads and visiting small towns, he spent 23 days covering 7,037 miles and riding through 18 states. His wife and longtime “riding buddy” Brent Taylor accompanied him for some sections. Anderson is now busy planning the next adventure for his 60th—a ride to Anchorage, Alaska.

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t was love at first sit for David Anderson when he test-rode a Harley-Davidson. “I’ve never looked back and have never bought anything other than a Harley after that first ride,” says Anderson, who wears a Harley-

It’s the freedom of riding that keeps Anderson going, as well as the chance to connect. “Our lives are so busy, but when my wife and I get on the bike it’s a time when we can decompress and talk to each other because we have no other distractions,” he says. Then there’s the on-the-road camaraderie that seems to come with Harley ownership. “Everyone waves,” Anderson says. “At gas stations, people come over to talk with you...you immediately have friends. You talk about your bike, your destination, past rides, and you just click.” Wherever he rides, Anderson says he’s a defensive driver, never having had an accident or near miss in the 140,000 miles he’s ridden on his Harley.  His rule-of-thumb is to “ride like cars don’t see you,” because sometimes they don’t.

Davidson “Tail of the Dragon” T-shirt from his ride through the Smoky

While he plays it safe on the road, he has been known to get into

Mountains of Tennessee. The way a Harley corners and the bike’s

mischief in parking garages. If he hears a car alarm chirp, he sees it

ergonomics “are simply amazing,” he says.

as an invitation to open the throttle, setting off a car alarm frenzy. He

Comfort is important too, because Anderson travels far on his Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Limited.

claims he does this as a community service to ensure everyone’s car alarms are in working order.

Downstairs in his “Harley” room, alongside photos and Harley club

When life gets a little crazy, the way Anderson sees things is “you

pins, a map covered in black lines details dozens of trips he and his

can spend an hour on a psychiatrist’s sofa or an hour on your Harley,”

wife, Marlyse, have enjoyed. Among the many are their annual trip to

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Michael Andrews

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fter 45 years helping to build the internet, notably the Unix operating system, Michael Andrews retired and did two things: he became a school bus driver and he bought a BMW K1200

Luxury Touring motorcycle. “I love to drive,” says Andrews, and the ultimate expression of this passion is taking out his beloved motorcycle—his “body rocket” as he calls it—for a spin when the weather is good. Andrews has been a fan of the BMW’s smooth ride and German engineering since 1972 with his first bike, a R100. He’s only owned three BMWs, because, he says “they are designed to go forever.” Why travel cocooned in a car, he figures, when the K1200 LT has all the qualities needed for a road trip? With cruise control, a six-CD player, ABS brakes, and a computer-controlled engine that automatically adjusts for the altitude, he has all the comforts of a car, with the added bonus of feeling the wind in his face and a closer connection to the land surrounding him.   Andrews came to appreciate two-wheeled transportation while

“A motorcycle isn’t just a good tool to g e t t o w o r k o n ,” h e s ay s , “ b u t a l s o t o enjoy the views on t h e w ay.”

commuting to Silicon Valley on his second BMW, a K1200 GT. Thanks

zoom westward, making it to Wendover in time for an early breakfast.

to California’s lane splitting—driving a bike in between lanes on the

“The dotted lines on the road are kind of a blur,” he says.

freeway—he cut his commute time down by hours. That would leave

Mostly, he enjoys riding alone, on his own schedule and at his own

him refreshed and ready for weekend rides to Gilroy to smell the gar-

speed. An exception to this is when his son, Jeremy, a professional

lic or to take one of his kids into San Francisco’s Chinatown for dinner. bicyclist, tours Utah’s mountains, and Andrews acts as his support “A motorcycle isn’t just a good tool to get to work on,” he says, “but also to enjoy the views on the way.”

vehicle. While Andrews packs away food and water, his son races down the canyon.

Here in Utah, his favorite time to ride—or what he calls “go on

“I’ll have to go up to 100 or 110 just to catch up with him so I can

vacation”—is pre-dawn Sunday, when no cars are on the freeway. The

get behind him with my flashers on,” he says and then quips, “It’s just

high-intensity PIAA lights he installed illuminate the road, and he’ll

great to be a motorcycle-riding dad.”

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Dale McMillan

on his Honda Nighthawk

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ale McMillan’s love affair with motorbikes started as a kid with a

gas tank, it worked and he’s been riding it ever since. While his

Utah original—the Tote Gote. He and his brothers tore up their

dream is to someday tour on a Honda Gold Wing, the 650 cc

Murray lawn with these 6 HP and 8 HP utility dirt bikes, which

Nighthawk will do just fine now.

were produced in Provo from 1958-70.

“It is more of a pleasure bike,” he says and adds that the Nighthawk

His love for motorcycles never wavered, and as a young man

is quiet and easy to ride. “We don’t take it far away from home.” Last

seeking more horsepower, he found a maroon 1985 Honda

summer, he rode it to work where he noticed a motorcycle parking

Nighthawk and bought it on the spot for $500. Except for a rusted

sign there that stated, “Harley Parking Only.” Not to be intimidated, he attached a note that said, “And Some Hondas.” Next to his Nighthawk is another bike—a 1975 Honda MT-250 Elsinore that is 100 percent original, including the tires. It sat in some guy’s garage and was “basically brand new” when he bought it. Whether it be on the Nighthawk or the Elsinore dirt bike, McMillan enjoys taking his wife, Chris, on rides around Draper’s subdivisions after work and for evening rides every Sunday. Both find the rides relaxing and a fun way to wave at the neighbors. “A lot of people take a walk,” he says. “We’d rather take a motorcycle ride.”

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lessons on character and discipline with a little bit of tennis coaching mixed in. Head Coach of the boys’ and girls’ CCHS teams, Mykel Seeborg, was raised in Maryland and  started heading to the tennis courts with his father when he was seven years old. This is when he met a man who would become his life-long friend, mentor, and--most recently-his assistant coach, Colonel Rayfel (Ray) Bachiller. Bachiller offered to give Seeborg tennis lessons. He chopped down and re-gripped one of his racquets and gave it to Seeborg. After the first lesson, Seeborg could be found hitting tennis balls against a wall for hours. Anytime he saw Bachiller on the courts from his condo window he raced down and waited patiently to score a match with his new friend. Bachiller’s long history with the military includes a short stint in the Navy and a long career with the Marine Corps. He played baseball with his fellow troops before

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the Marines told him he needed to pick an “individual sport,” because they “teach you to be a good leader and [that] it’s good to have something to help you stand out and develop your own confidence in competition,” says Bachiller. When he asked a Sergeant to teach him to play tennis, he was rudely denied. Bachiller bought a book, two cans of balls, a wooden racquet, and taught himself how to play. After showing back up at the courts and winning his first match he ever played, he was welcomed on the Marine Corps team, thus beginning his long-time tennis career. Seeborg eventually moved from Maryland to Utah to pursue a collegiate tennis career. That’s when his life took an unexpected turn; he eventually ended up playing volleyball in college and meeting the love of his life, Lisa. “I am so appreciative of my wife because she has been such a big support and lets me do what I am passionate about,” says Seeborg. He didn’t return to his tennis roots until he had his own children and began teaching them. He fell in love all over again, but with a different element-not playing tennis, but coaching tennis. Bachiller also moved from Maryland, transferred to multiple places around the world with the Marines before ending up in Salt Lake City to be the Deputy Commander of the Joint Task Force for the 2002 Winter Olympics. Once Bachiller landed in Utah he looked up the Seeborg family, remembering Ms. Seeborg was originally from Utah. The two friends reconnected and Bachiller was surprised that Seeborg was now “six feet tall--a handsome, strapping young man-and was shocked to hear he still played tennis." Seeborg became one of the top juniors in the state, and "I was just so proud of him,” says Bachiller. When they finally reunited on the court, Bachiller was even more proud when Seeborg “smoked him.” When CCHS was established in 2013 and Seeborg received the job title of Tennis Head Coach, there was only one person he wanted by his side to help him coach. “I want all of my students to meet Ray, because he was such an important part of my life. I want everybody to experience him and learn what he’s about, and have him as a figure to look up to and mimic their life around,” says Seeborg.

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ORDER ON THE COURT (CON TI N U ED)

For Seeborg and Bachiller, coaching High School tennis has been a whole different animal than private lessons. “I want these kids to know that tennis is a great vehicle for them because they encounter all different types of people and styles of play. And to be able to figure out an opponent is one of the greatest things they can have in their life because they have to figure out different personalities in life, and be able to talk to a certain person in a different way. I think that’s one of my greatest attributes is being able to tap into a kid’s personality and figure out what can make a kid try harder,” Seeborg says. Bachiller’s coaching and training techniques aren’t typical of many tennis coaches. First, he never expects payment, never has, never will. Second, he is known to have strict requirements regarding academic grades. Third, good manners and developing social skills is a must. He requires students maintain A’s and B’s on their report cards and that each semester they must show improvement. “All these kids get a kick out of my coaching style but this is my way of trying to instill in them the need to have a good education. 99% of the kids I coach are never going to have a scholarship for tennis, but with a straight-A average you can just about get into any college, and sometimes get an academic scholarship,” says Bachiller. The coaches mission is simple. They want each student to be the best people they can be, not necessarily the best tennis players, but the best people they can be. Says Bachiller,  “We have a saying: 'Compete without contempt.' I want the tennis players  to be aggressive and competitive but I want them to have a spirituality about winning and losing.  Competition doesn’t mean the other person is your enemy, it means they are trying to do the same thing you are: win." These men are special separately, but together, they break the mold. “When I coach tennis, especially alongside Mykel, those are some of the proudest moments of my life. I see what he’s become and I see how he sets a positive example for these young people and I watch his leadership on and off the court, and I’ve watched him as a father and it’s just given me such great joy,” says Bachiller. Together the duo is also heading the effort to provide more tennis courts in Draper City. Draper currently has only four public tennis courts, two at Smith Fields Park and two at Steep Mountain Park. Additionally, there are zero indoor courts. During the winter, citizens of Draper are leaving the city to play at one of the closest facilities with indoor courts, Murray or Lehi. The need for an indoor tennis facility in Draper is essential, and these two are putting forth the fight to help all Draper citizens have access to indoor courts all year long. The coaches both appreciate tennis because it is a life-long sport. You can start playing when you are a young child and you can continue to step on that court at an old age and play a match with a friend. Tennis doesn’t discriminate.  Seeborg says, “Whether you’re a boy or girl, skinny or tall, purple or green, if someone wants to learn how to play tennis they can-and they can play forever."   24

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CCHS Girls Tennis Team


Mykel & Ray

“WE HAVE A SAYING: ‘COMPETE WITHOUT CONTEMPT.’ I WANT THE TENNIS PLAYERS TO BE AGGRESSIVE AND COMPETITIVE BUT I WANT THEM TO HAVE A SPIRITUALITY ABOUT WINNING AND LOSING. COMPETITION DOESN’T MEAN THE OTHER PERSON IS YOUR ENEMY, IT MEANS THEY ARE TRYING TO DO THE SAME THING YOU ARE: WIN.”

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74,000 miles, all-wheel drive and power steering. Hodgson’s car is a classic, or as she calls it a “man-magnet,” a 1984 Carrera with a Targa top and 174,000 miles. Nelson became addicted to Porsches when he bought his first one in 1980, the Porsche 924. He has had at least one Porsche almost ever since. He says he loves Porsches because they have excellent maneuverability, and that feature alone has gotten him out of some scary situations where he has had to put his defensive driving and his car’s ability to the test, and luckily both passed. Anthony (Tony) Hilder, who is a Brand Ambassador for Porsche at Porsche Lehi, as well as an Intermountain Region Porsche Club of America member, says, “We have a lot of people who are true to the brand. Once you drive a Porsche, you never want to drive another car; it’s really boring. Driving is a pretty mundane thing, but when you get into a Porsche it comes alive, from the sound of the motor, to the way it shifts, to the way people look at you.” Every few months the Intermountain Region Porsche Club goes on a day or overnight road trip. As you can imagine, a lot of heads turn when 30 – 50 Porsches from all decades go driving down the road together. Road trips the club has taken have included Wendover, Antelope Island, Mirror Lake, and local breweries across the state. “I think it’s a great way for people to get acclimated with Porsche, you get to network with some really cool people, and you make some good friends,” says Hilder, who has owned 11 of his own Porsches so far.

Nelson and Hodgson’s favorite road trip in one of their Porsches has been a drive along the Oregon Coast. They also enjoy driving their Porsches down to their home in Torrey, Utah. Hodgson thoroughly enjoys cruising in the fast lane, and says her favorite thing about driving her Porsche is “how quick and small it is; the maneuverability makes it great.” The Porsche Carrera model that Nelson and Hodgson own is the most iconic sports car ever built. The Carrera, designed in 1963, was showcased at the Geneva Auto Show and has the longest run of any vehicle from 1965 all the way through today; it just gets better and better. While the Carrera holds the title for longest running model, Porsches best-selling vehicle is the Porsche Cayenne. “As a manufacturer if you don’t have brands and vehicles that fit everybody you go to the wayside, so we came out with the Porsche Cayenne. It’s a Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) so the whole family can fit in it, and it’s a great utility vehicle. It’s the number-one-selling Porsche of all time,” says Hilder. “As a brand, if you do not evolve correctly you lose. We stay very true to our nature in building vehicles. Porsche is


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Lifestyle Calendar

June MAY 1-JUNE 4

JUNE 12

UTAH PRIDE FESTIVAL

SUMMER CONCERT IN THE PARK: JOSHUA CREEK

SALT LAKE CITY

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Celebrate downtown with live performances, crafts, food trucks and

Joshua Creek will be performing their unique blend of country-es-

the Pride Parade.

que music and inspirational lyrics of faith and family, with lyrical

JUNE 2, 3, 5, 9, 10, AND 12 BEAUTY & THE BEAST DRAPER AMPHITHEATER

story songs about American life with an Americana-Country style sound. Presented for free by Draper City and the Draper Community Foundation.

Beauty & the Beast is DAC's big show! Directed and choreographed

JUNE 16

by Susan DeMill, music directed by Tricia Swanson.

DADDY DAUGHTER DANCE DAY BARN INDOOR PAVILION Fathers and daughters of all ages are invited to an evening of refreshments and entertainment they'll never forget. This exciting event includes dancing, dessert buffet, and commemorative keepsake photo. All father figures are welcome. Semi-formal attire. Advance ticket purchase necessary.

JUNE 16-17 CHALK ART FESTIVAL RIO GRANDE STREET IN SLC This free community art event turns Rio Grande Street into a gallery of vibrant street murals.

JUNE 16 MOVIE AT THE AMPHITHEATER: SING DRAPER AMPHITHEATER Come enjoy a free movie under the stars on a giant 32-foot big screen with terraced grass seating. Bring blankets, lawn chairs, and snacks. Concessions are available, including hot dogs, drinks, ice

JUNE 3

cream, popcorn and candy.

THE GLOW RUN

JUNE 19

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SUMMER CONCERT IN THE PARK: SLICKROCK GYPSY

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Gary Stoddard is Slickrock Gypsy. He provides the entertainment and

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fullness of a band when he sequences his keyboard (plays then loops it) and then plays along on his acoustic or guitar, sax, flute, banjo,

SUMMER CONCERT IN THE PARK: RED DESERT RAMBLERS

harmonica, and sings along seamlessly with a single voice or with

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harmonies produced on his vocal harmonizer.

The Red Desert Ramblers play Bluegrass, Classic Country and Swing music blending harmonies with smoking instrumental breaks. The

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Salt Lake Tribune says, "when it comes to locally produced bluegrass

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Parting Thoughts HARRY POTTER PAPER FLYERS: BUILD & FLY 11 CREATURES & CHARACTERS includes eleven colorful flyers ready to be constructed

and with easy step-by-step instructions. This kit showcases Harry Potter, Hedwig the snowy owl, several dragons and more. Once these are made, they all will fly and produce more fun than imaginable.

SUMMER READS

SEW MINI ANIMALS (MORE THAN 12 ANIMAL PLUSHES TO STITCH &

STUFF) is a kit made of of an assortment of materials that kids will be

proud to make and show off. The kits include embroidery needles, felt,

stuffing, patterns and more. The animals that can be made include an owl, hedge hog, fox and panda. There are extra accessories included such as hats, bows and glasses to make your animal according to your desires.

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THE KLUTZ BOOK OF KNOTS is an all-inclusive kit that teaches how

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to tie the most renowned rope hitches, ties, wraps and knots. Two nylon cords, which are each colored to match the illustrations, are both tied through each page. These pages are sturdy board pages and make access to learning easier as the reader can practice on each page. This book kit would be perfect for Cub or Boy Scouts. The book comes with four feet of nylon chord and eight die cut practice pages.

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MY SUPER SWEET SCENTED SKETCHBOOK is a perfect kit that will

travel in car, boat or plane. The sketchbook is filled with kid-friendly drawings that kids will be enticed to complete. Each double-page spread has a theme that is incomplete, waiting for the reader to

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reading. There are books to learn from, to

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instill creativity or those to just enjoy without

WATERCOLOR CRUSH is the perfect segue for young artists to move

pressures of deadlines or homework. Here are

beyond coloring. This kit includes seven paints in a palate of rainbow

some perfect books for kids, ages eight through

colors, a paintbrush and a mixing tray. But most impressive are the

fourteen, to help pass their lazy days in the sun or

tips and tricks of how to use watercolor effectively. The pictures to

while traveling. The first five books feature books pub-

paint are wondrous! They practically beg a young, or old, artist to

lished by Klutz. The wonderful thing about these books is

paint each of the eighteen pages!

that they are packaged with kits that include the necessary

STAR WARS GALACTIC MAPS (AN ILLUSTRATED ATLAS OF THE

materials needed to build the items featured on the cover,

STAR WARS UNIVERSE), by Emil Fortune, and breathtakingly illustrated

along with easy-to-follow instructions. The rest of the books

with tremendous detail by Tim McDonagh, is an over-sized book that will

provide excellent reads perfect for those long hot summer days. encourage one to take hours pouring over the open page spreads. This Graf Archive is extensive and opens a universe of imagination as you learn the multiple layers of stars and their inhabitants throughout every sector of this galaxy. This is the type of book that will draw in readers and non-readers alike and fill them with creative ecstasy.   WHICH IS WORSE: CREATIVE QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR FRIENDS, is the perfect

book to take on a car trip with your family. The questions asked are simple and always present two situations for all to ponder and then decide. Some questions are crazy, others are thoughtful and all demand an answer.  What makes this such a fun family book is that there will more questions asked by family members as well as much discussion as to why one would be worse than another. THE BORROWERS (A COMPLETE SET COMPILATION), by Mary Norton, contains all

five of these classics in one large book. These stories were first written many years ago and have recently been reissued. The stories all circle around the miniature Clock family that live underneath the floor of a regular family.   HOGWARTS LIBRARY, by J. K. Rowling, is a set of three brilliantly written books, includ-

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Artisanal bread, made from scratch, coupled with slowroasted turkey cooked overnight and then hand-pulled to create a one-of-a-kind sandwich or gourmet salad. If you haven’t yet experienced Kneaders, then it is time. This week.

ProteinHouse offers a delicious menu that caters to your healthy lifestyle. Choose from a variety of options: Wraps, Burgers, Bowls, Salads, Fresh Juices, Protein Shakes, Protein Pancakes, and even delicious Protein desserts. Full menu is served all day and meals are created fresh to order. Dine in, Take out, or Meal Prepping for a week…We’ve got you covered. 12259 South 450 East, Suite B

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SWEETS AND TREATS

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