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Ladies DRAPER WOMEN CREATE A BETTER SOCIETY THROUGH KINDNESS, CARING, CONNECTIONS AND CREATIVITY

PARK CITY IS EASY-PEASY FOR A FUN-FILLED ESCAPE

MOTHER AND DAUGHTER DESIGNERS


FREE Public Charter School At American Prep, we prepare students to be ready for what’s next. This includes academics, character, social settings, college, and contributing to their community.

Now enrolling grades K-12 in Draper Academics • Character • Arts • Sports • Music Congratulations to Taylor Packer who received the Academic All-State Award and a Presidential Scholarship to the University of Utah. “My favorite thing about APA is the unity. My fellow seniors are like family. It’s a feeling you can’t get at public school.” - Taylor Packer Presidential Scholarship University of Utah

Best of State 2017

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LIFESTYLE LETTER

MAY 2018 PUBLISHER

Will Thackeray | Will.Thackeray@lifestylepubs.com EDITOR

Nicolette Martin | Nicolette.Martin@LifestylePubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Mimi Darley Dutton, Linnea Lundgren, Nicolette Martin

To Strong Women.

CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Lindsay Goeckeritz, Nicolette Martin

THOUGH MAY IS TRADITIONALLY A TIME TO CELEBRATE MOTHERS, AT DRAPER LIFESTYLE, WE WANT TO TAKE THIS CHANCE TO RECOGNIZE ALL OF THE STRONG LADIES IN OUR COMMUNITY. From activists, entrepreneurs and CEOs to artists, teachers and, yes, mothers, these women are changing our community’s landscape and influencing its future. In this month's feature article, you’ll meet some of ​them and learn about the impact they have. ​You may even catch a few of them around town!​ Since May also brings the start of spring and, often, warmer weather,  you’ll also find the perfect place to take a girl’s getaway to make the most out of bluer skies​. Round up the women who make life fun and hit the road. Our guide will help you plan the perfect trip and make sure you have fun—and plenty of things to do—while you're away.​ ​ ​We'll also bring you inside a ​local feminine space and share some favorite items from a local duo.

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So, when we’re celebrating the mothers in our lives, we’ll also raise a glass to all of the strong and influential​women ​who have ​guided our journey to where we are today.

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Will you join us? Happy Mother’s Day and happy May, Draper.

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INSIDE THE ISSUE MAY 2018

FEATURES 10 Home Sweet Home Humble Dwellings Makes a Difference Around the World— One House at a Time

14 Park City is Easy-Peasy For a Fun-Filled Escape Gather Your Gal Pals for a Getaway!

20 Community Builders Draper Women Create a Better Society through Kindness, Caring, Connections and Creativity

34 Mother and Daughter Designers Julie Meese and Her Three Daughters

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Create Joyous Living Spaces with Natural and Vintage Finds

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DEPARTMENTS 4

Lifestyle Letter

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Around Town

10

Open House

14

Road Trip

24 Local Limelight 26 DIY 30 Lifestyle Calendar 34 Local’s Choice


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AROUND TOWN

INTERMOUNTAIN HEALTHCARE GIFTS $15M FOR UNIVERSITY OF UTAH MEDICAL SCHOOL University of Utah has received a $15 million gift from Intermountain Healthcare to fund a new planned medical education building, replacing the venerable 52-year-old U School of Medicine building. Intermountain Healthcare’s senior management team and board bestowed the gift as an expression of gratitude for the university's commitment to providing high-quality medical education in the state of Utah and surrounding region and for educating the majority of physicians who practice here. The 52-year-old building is outdated, seismically unsound and must be torn down in the coming

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years. The design for a new education complex will be a new home for medical students and include programming designed to catalyze health care innovation and education. The new building is part of a larger health sciences campus transformation and is one of the most ambitious building projects ever to take place at the University of Utah. The project includes an ambulatory care complex, the Craig H. Neilsen Rehabilitation Hospital and the Medical Education and Discovery building. Construction is expected to begin in 2019

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and is scheduled to be completed in 2022.

REGISTRATION OPEN FOR 3 ON 3 BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT

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Registration for the Draper Days Celebration Sixth Annual 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament opens May 1 and continues through June 22. The cost is $15 per team and includes a shirt. The tournament

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is scheduled for 8 a.m. July 7 at the Draper City Park Courts. Pre-registration is preferred; to pre-register, find a link at Draper.UT.US. Registration may also be done in person at the Draper Parks & Recreation

Visit any of our

AWESOME LOCATIONS! Bountiful • 801 -951 -8038

3377 Orchard Drive

Cottonwood • 801 -943 -3233

7050 S. Highland Drive #110 lehi • 801 -407-6520

3401 N Center St #250

salt lake • 801 -272 -8555

1580 East 3900 South Ste 110 sandy • 801 -553 -8882

1030 East 11400 South #101

Stansbury Park • 435 -843-5437

220 Millpond Dr. Suite 107

Murray • 801 -268 -1135

west jordan • 801 -840 -4833

Park City • 435 -649 -5001

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678 East Vine Street, Suite 12 1901 Prospector Ave

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Players must be at least 16. There is a maximum of 16 teams, so it is on a first-come, first-served basis. Schedules and rules will be emailed to managers the week of the tournament. This will be a one-day tournament, double elimination and self-officiated. Please call the Draper Parks & Recreation office at 801.576.6570 with any questions.

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We are always accepting submissions for announcements you’d like to see included in our Around Town section. Submissions are accepted via the Contact Us tab at DraperLifestyle.com.


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HOME

HOME SWEET

OPEN HOUSE

HUMBLE DWELLINGS MAKES A DIFFERENCE AROUND THE WORLD— ONE HOUSE AT A TIME ARTICLE LINNEA LUNDGREN PHOTOGRAPHY HUMBLE DWELLINGS


DESIGNER JULIE MEESE SEEKS TO CREATE BEAUTIFUL HOMES HERE IN UTAH AND THE WORLD BEYOND. At her Draper store—which she operates with daughters, Jasmine, Brynn and Halle—Julie brings 30 years of interior design experience into selecting the furnishings, accessories and objects that help her Utah clients get the right look for their home and lifestyle. A collection of vintage finds, large-format artwork, natural items such as driftwood and succulents, all blend in with the fun, funky and refurbished. There’s also an international feel to the store, from the items— such as Gypset Travel books and African tribal baskets—to Julie's philosophy on the importance of making a house feel like a home—anywhere. “We are a give-back store,” she says. A portion of Humble Dwellings’ proceeds goes toward better housing and living conditions for people around the world. Julie and her daughters helped provide school supplies for St. John students after Hurricane Irma destroyed classrooms. Currently, they’re raising funds to build an orphanage dormitory in Uganda through the Bisikwa Project and plan to visit this year to build beds. “We love to help people here improve their own homes, but we want to help others [around the world] do the same," she says. CONTINUED >

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OPEN HOUSE

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“WE LOVE TO HELP PEOPLE HERE IMPROVE THEIR OWN HOMES, BUT WE WANT TO HELP OTHERS [AROUND THE WORLD] DO THE SAME.”

G E T T H E LO O K

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GET THE LOOK For the office that Julie Meese and her design team at Humble Dwellings designed for Salt Lake Parade of Homes, they used a playful color palette to give the room a family feel and create a space that would be a great working office for a mom.

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The framed moon phase prints ($270 each), the focal point of the room, were an inspiration in the office design and the designers pulled in different pink tones through the rug, a signature Anastasia rug ($1,022) from Humble Dwellings. They then added the dark blue velvet exposed back chairs ($890) to complement the darker cool tones in the rug.

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To avoid a cold modern feel, they used the antique crank table desk ($2,533) and the farrow bookcases ($1,750) to bring in rustic elements to warm up the space. Succulent arrangements,

designed

by

Humble

Dwellings’ in-house florist, bring a touch of nature indoors.

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RUSTIC Valley overlook

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Nestled on the top of Suncrest, The Ridge offers a warm, relaxed atmosphere that is perfectly complimented by their delicious breakfast, lunch & dinner menus. Favorites include Chicken Picatta, The Ridge Burger, and Not Yo Mama’s Meatloaf (featured here). 14886 Traverse Ridge Rd Suncrest

Your whole grain bread headquarters in Draper. From milling our own wheat daily to creating beautiful gift baskets, our passion for phenomenal baked goods is the reason for everything we do.

Great Harvest

The Ridge Cafe

local favorites

217 E 12300 S

steaks & Seafood

MOUNTAIN DINING

Serving the best prime rib in town. Hand-cut steaks (like this) and a variety of seafood options in a rustic setting. For those nights when you just need something better.

Open year-round, this Snowbird icon treats guests to hearty portions of prime steaks, fresh seafood, a bottomless salad and other restaurant favorites. Patio dining near Little Cottonwood Creek is available for summer diners. Reservations strongly recommended. 801-933-2260

Carvers

ROMANTIC SETTING

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wholesome GOODNESS Kneaders

ALL DAY LONG

An ideal choice for fresh baked breads, delicious sandwiches, mouthwatering pastries, hearty soups and refreshing salads. Local favorites include the Bottomless French Toast and the Chicken Salad Croissant. 177 13800 S

Classic American with a twist

Special Courses

Looking for a delicious spin on a classic American meal? Come experience the taste of freedom at Special Courses, a veteran-owned eatery serving speciality burgers, fries, and milkshakes.

brand new

Located in the dining terrace at The Shops at South Town.

authentic italian Terra Mia

old world flavors

Everything from the soft, pillowy gnocchi to the ever-popular gelato is made in store because we believe there is no substitute for real food. Come see for yourself! 12361 Minuteman Drive terramiapizza.com

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Steak Pit at Snowbird


ROAD TRIP

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PARK CITY IS EASY-PEASY + FOR A FUN-FILLED ESCAPE +

GATHER YOUR GAL PALS FOR A GETAWAY!

ARTICLE MIMI DARLEY DUTTON PHOTOGRAPHY LINDSAY GOECKERITZ CONTINUED >

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ROAD TRIP

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SITTING PRETTY IN THE MOUNTAINS AND JUST 45 MILES FROM DRAPER, PARK CITY IS THE IDEAL LOCATION FOR A GIRLFRIEND GETAWAY. While only an hour from home, once there, you’ll feel a world away, especially when surrounded by your favorite friends. Spring is an ideal time to visit this iconic town because it’s no longer crowded with skiers, the snow is melting, and signs of spring surround you. Plus, better rates on lodging and activities are available to those who venture to Park City in the off-season. So call your mom, your sister or your favorite gal pals and plan your

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Park City Peaks Hotel 2346 Park Ave., Park City, UT 84060 | 435.649.5000

getaway right away! There’s no time like the present to gift yourself with a girls getaway!

Remodeled with a modern lobby and rooms, a fancy fitness center and indoor/outdoor pool, you could golf or schedule spa time across the street via the hotel’s partnership with Hotel Park City, or hop the shuttle to Main Street.

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Wine Dive (shares building with Boneyard) 1251 Kearns Blvd., Park City, UT 84060

Double your options when you can order from either the Wine Dive or the Boneyard menu. Try the roasted Brussels sprouts or the prosciutto and fig wood-fired artisan pizza. Boneyard plans summer Sunday brunches with yoga on the deck. Open 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. 21 and older. 16

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DESTI

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PARK C N : ITY

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6699 N. Landmark Drive, Park City, UT 84098 866.665.8681 | TangerOutlets.com With all your favorite brands in one place, Tanger is perfect for treating yourself to something new. Take the city bus free from in front of Park City Peaks Hotel to Tanger, so you don’t even have to drive. Take Interstate 80, Exit 145, and go west on Ute Boulevard.

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Butcher’s Chop House 751 Lower Main St., Park City, UT 84060

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OP Rockwell

268 Main St., Park City, UT 82930 | OPRockwell.com

Tickle your taste buds with signature cocktails such as the Bubbly

Hidden downstairs at the top of Main Street in historical under-

Bees Knees with gin, lemon, honey, lavender and prosecco.

ground space, this speakeasy-style venue offers live music Thursday-

Butcher's has an outdoor patio at the base of the town lift. Open

Saturday in addition to special concerts for nationally touring acts.

3 p.m. to midnight.

They’re closed much of May with regular operations resuming in June.

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Beacon Crest Senior Living Opening Soon in Draper

Now Accepting Applications

At Beacon Crest we provide exceptional care for those in their golden years in a loving custom home environment. Our residents enjoy a mentally, physically and socially engaging lifestyle without having to worry Draper’s Newest about the mundane day-to-day details of life. What makes Beacon Crest different from the others is our unique approach to luxury custom home living. At Beacon Crest Senior Living, we believe a cozy intimate environment, delicious food, a wide range of interesting activities, and beautifully appointed decor is .what makes our home your home. Come in and discover the Beacon Crest difference. Call to schedule a tour and get an early start on the application process – 801.951.1300. Watch for our official Grand Opening coming soon!

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and Finest Senior Living Community!

Simply the Best!

SENIOR LIVING

591 E. Pioneer Road, Draper, Utah, 84020 • T: 801.951.1300 • F: 801.770.0328 • W: BeaconCrestSeniorLiving.com

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Private, In-Home Session(s) to ensure that your dog learns exactly what to do (and where to do it!) in your home

Trainer Contact (Text or Phone) so you can reach out with specific questions or concerns and receive answers and feedback

Instruction Book that allows you to refer back to your training when needed

We have literally trained thousands of different dogs over the past 30 years and know what works and sticks. That’s why we can guarantee that your dog will be potty trained...for good.

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Spanish Fork 413 E. 1000 N. 801-798-6900

Cedar City 102 N. Main Street 435-865-2787

Fort Union 7194 S. Union Park Ave 801-569-8622

Lehi 3370 N. Digital Drive 801-331-8638

Ruston, Louisiana 1913 E. Kentucky Ave. 318-254-0777

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Community Builders

DRAPER WOMEN CREATE A BETTER SOCIETY THROUGH KINDNESS, CARING, CONNECTIONS AND CREATIVITY ARTICLE LINNEA LUNDGREN PHOTOGRAPHY LINDSAY GOECKERITZ

t h e k i n d n e s s d i r e c t o r Megan McClannan Reardon MUSICAL THEATRE DIRECTOR, COPA DRAPER Megan McClannan Reardon is still on cloud nine after taking her musical theater students to Carnegie Hall to learn from and perform with Broadway stars. Her students excelled, which doesn’t surprise her since their dedication impresses her. But there is more to musical theater than practice and performances. Megan strives to promote kindness in her classes. In the theater industry, she says, there is too much harsh critique of others. “If I can create a positive atmosphere and create humans who are kind, supportive and responsible, people will want to hire them, and they’ll want to work with each other,” she says.

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t h e t e a c h e r s ’ a d v o c a t e

Michelle Mulcahy ACADEMIC DIRECTOR, AMERICAN PREP ACADEMY DRAPER CAMPUS As a former teacher, Michelle Mulcahy appreciates that teachers invest a lot of themselves into their work and need support. Now, as director, her job is to provide that support through training, communication and by being that “calm presence.” Michelle values the importance of education and finds being on the administrative side equally rewarding because she says by taking care of teachers, students, families and the entire community benefit. “We find amazing people who care about kids, and we help them to be amazing teachers,” she says. “It all revolves around a desire to do what’s best for kids.”

Sarah Townsend Davies OWNER, THE PIANO PLACE Sarah Davies remembers rising at 5:30 a.m. every Saturday for a 30-minute drive to music lessons. That was hard on both parent and child, and something she took to heart when she opened The Piano Place in two Draper locations. While convenience is key, Sarah also wants to nurture connections so students enjoy music. That means finding the right teacher

t h e m u s i c i a n

for each student. Her studios feature 45 teachers for piano, guitar, voice, violin, songwriting and ukulele.

“When learning an instrument gets difficult, the connection

and bond students have with their teacher will help motivate them to keep going,” she says. CONTINUED >

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COMMUNITY BUILDERS

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t h e a r t i s t

Shelley Godfrey CO-OWNER, DRAPER PARK SCHOOL “A sense of community comes from respecting our past and having a great vision for our future,” Shelley Godfrey, who with her husband, Gregg, restored Draper Park School into a space for artists and businesses, says. Creative design is Shelley’s passion. The renovation supports her dream, and, “gives back to the community a place I would hate to see lost.” The school is again a hub of activity, with dance and photo studios, a salon, a cooking/sewing school and more. “The arts are important,” she says. “There is so much to be shared with the community through artistic expression.”

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Linda Secrist REALTOR, LINDA SECRIST & ASSOCIATES When Linda Secrist came to Draper 26 years ago, she recalled it being a farm town. Having grown up in rural Fielding, Utah, she felt instantly at home. Since then, Linda has enjoyed watching Draper “grow up” with new schools, communities and businesses. She’s also watched her grandchildren, both Corner Canyon students, participate in sports and 4-H activities. Linda Secrist and Associates, including her son, Brett Butler, a Draper resident, have sold more than 100 homes here, including some of the most beautiful luxury homes she’s seen. “Draper has developed an amazing environment for families,” she says. “Draper has everything we could ever need.”

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LOCAL LIMELIGHT

WOMAN SUCCEEDS IN

KATY HIGGINS IS AN AWARD WINNING HVAC SALESPERSON

MALE-DOMINATED FIELD

ARTICLE MIMI DARLEY DUTTON

KATY

HIGGINS

GOT

INTO

THE

MALE-DOMINATED FIELD OF HVAC BY HAPPENSTANCE. Years ago, she was a single mom putting herself through medical coding courses, paying her bills by working at a heating and air company. But, when she graduated from her medical coding courses, she realized it was all numbers and no personal contact, so she began to rise through the ranks at her HVAC employer instead. Following four years of preparation to go out into the field, Katy became a “Comfort Consultant” in 2005. Her job isn’t a glamorous one. It involves getting into people’s crawl spaces and attics to assess their heating and air conditioning needs properly in addition to analyzing how much insulation exists, the age of the home, the placement of windows and existing ductwork. Then she does a heat load calculation to determine what size of equipment is right for each home. Katy knows to call ahead before arriving at a client’s home for an estimate so as not to cause any big surprises.  “Sometimes I hear people say ‘Honey, it’s a woman!' so I call to prepare them and give them a few minutes to process it," she says. "Once they get an opportunity to know me and to know I do know what I’m doing, it’s really easy from there." Katy has been the top salesperson at her company, Manwill Plumbing and Heating, for the last 13 years. She recently competed against thousands of other salespeople in the western region for the Lennox Top Comfort Consultant, beating sales representatives in big markets such as Los Angeles and Dallas for that award.  “We’re not a big market, so it’s crazy that I won,” she says. “I’ll keep crawling into crawl spaces as long as I can. I would never change a thing." 24

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DIY

Lifestyle Hack

DIY Duotone Statement Earrings SHAKE UP YOUR JEWELRY BOX WITH THESE HANDMADE GEOMETRIC EARRINGS— PERFECT FOR YOURSELF OR AS A GIFT FOR YOUR BEST LADIES ARTICLE AND PHOTOGRAPHY NICOLETTE MARTIN

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SUPPLIES + 2 half-circle stamping blanks + 2 large gold bars + 2 medium gold bars + 2 ear wires + Jump rings, assorted sizes + Embroidery thread + Metal punch + Bent nose forceps + Needle nose pliers

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DIY

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DIRECTIONS 1. Make sure to have all of your materials

you’ll be creating holes with the metal punch

gathered before starting the project for

to connect each item with jump rings.

easy assembly. 4. Once you have your spots marked, care2. Take your half-circle stamping blanks, large

fully and precisely punch holes in your in-

gold bars and medium gold bars and arrange

dividual pieces. Once all of your holes are

them in the order you want your earrings to

punched, connect each piece with the de-

flow. You can see how we arranged ours, but

sired size of jump ring.

consider switching up the placement of each item for varying earring styles.

5. For an added touch, punch extra holes in the bottom piece and finish off with

3. Mark where each of the holes line up on

knotted embroidery thread for a bohemian

the individual pieces. These spots are where

tassel effect.

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PIECE BY PIECE Use both your bent nose forceps and needle nose pliers to secure each end of the jump ring. Gently twist the jump ring to open the gap, and place the jump ring through the holes in the pieces you are connecting. When securely through both pieces, gently twist the jump ring in the opposite direction to close the gap and secure the pieces.


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"TUCK EVERLASTING"

THE EAGLES

Hale Centre Theatre

Vivint Smart Home Arena

Through June 23. A girl discovers a

Enjoy an evening with The Eagles,

P!NK "BEAUTIFUL TRAUMA" WORLD TOUR

family time forgot, a friendship time will

one of the most influential and com-

Known for her incredible and enter-

trap and a circle of life that spins them

mercially successful American rock

taining live show, international pop

all. 1890s nostalgic music and dance

bands of all time. With their profound

icon P!NK will bring her "Beautiful

weave magic into Natalie Babbitt's be-

lyrics, soaring harmonies and coun-

Trauma" World Tour to Vivint Smart

loved story. A regional premiere! 7:30

try-tinged melodies, they created a

Home Arena. VivintArena.com

p.m. Monday-Saturday; 12:30 p.m. and

signature Southern California sound.

4 p.m. Saturday matinees; no shows

The Eagles have sold more than 120

Sunday. Adult: $36 (side view seat-

million albums worldwide, scored

ing)/$40; youth (K-12): $18/$20.

six No. 1 albums, topped the singles charts five times and been awarded

1 "THE MUSIC MAN" Hale Centre Theatre

six Grammy Awards.

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10 2018 JUST BETWEEN FRIENDS CHILDREN'S CONSIGNMENT SALE - SPRING Mountain America Expo Center

May 10-12. At the Just Between

Through June 9. This classic Broad-

"THE PARENT TRAP"

way and film blockbuster bursts onto

Utah Children's Theatre

you need for kids newborn through

Hale's world-class stage with sparkling

Two young girls meet at summer

teen: new and gently loved clothes,

dancing and celebrated songs: "Lida

camp and at first can't stand each

shoes, toys, games, books, baby

Rose," "Goodnight, My Someone" and

other. As the two learn to get along

gear,

more. Get in line! Join the band! March

they discover that they are identical

items and more! Admission is $5 5

to your seats! Don't miss this parade!

twins whose parents divorced, each

p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday. Admission is

7:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday; 12:30 p.m.

keeping one of the girls. The girls

free 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m.

and 4 p.m. Saturday matinees; no shows

decide to trade places at the end of

to 2 p.m. Saturday.

Sunday. Adult: $40; youth (K-12): $20.

the summer. Performances are on Fridays and Saturdays, May 4-26.

1 "HAMILTON" The Eccles Theater

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furniture,

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May 11-26. The greatest pop hits from

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GREAT GATSBY DINNER DANCE

6. "Hamilton" is the story of America’s

BallroomUtah Dance Studio

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Founding Father Alexander Hamilton,

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ful musical about a young woman

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Fitzgerald, "A little party never killed

trying to find out who her real father

who became George Washington’s

nobody." Dress in your best 1920s

is on the eve of her wedding on a

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beautiful Greek island. 7 p.m. Mon-

tionary War and was the nation’s first

of the year! Step back to the Roar-

days-Thursdays, 7:30 p.m. Fridays

treasury secretary. Featuring a score

ing '20s where you'll be surrounded

and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Saturdays.

that blends hip-hop, jazz, blues, rap,

by sights and sounds of the era.

PioneerTheatre.org

R&B and Broadway, "Hamilton" is

Prizes for best male, female and

the story of America then, as told by

couple costumes. Advance tickets:

America now. ArtSaltLake.org

$20; at the door: $25.

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Red Butte Garden

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selection of herbs, specialty annuals,

will feature giveaways and popsicles.

vegetables, sun and shade perenni-

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May 2018 Issue of Draper Lifestyle