Saturday, September 23
Tabling, music (in the amphitheater), information
4th Floor Conference Room
noon to 5:00pm ~ Art Display
2:00 pm ~ Feminist Symposium: “Women and Men Dialogue on Building Community”
12:00 noon ~ Opening Remarks
12:10 ~ One Voice Children’s Choir
12:45 ~ “Hiroshima no Pika” – 15 min animated version of a book for kids about the Hiroshima bombing
1:00 ~ “Radio Burundi” 15 min film about Burundi peace radio
1:30 ~ “Spiritual Motivations for World Peace” – panel discussion
3:00 ~ Film “Voices in Wartime”
4:30 ~ Utah Slammers – poetry
(All artists’ CD’s will be available as thank you gifts at the information booth)
12noon -12:10:Opening – Pom Poms Not Bomb Bombs
12:15 to 1:00:Andy Monaco
1:15 to 2:00: Leraine Hortsmanshoff
2:15 to 3:00:Gary Stoddard
4:45pm -5:30:Trace Wiren
5:40-5:55:Pom Poms Not Bomb Bombs
Yesterday I spent the July 4 holiday doing outreach for the Desert Greens Green Party of Utah at the Sugarhouse Arts Street Festival. It was a great day although a very welcomed rainstorm shut everything down at 5pm. Here are some photos:
Small but lively!
That’s how I describe last night’s opening of the Sugarhouse Summer Farmers Market and Street Festival. It poured rain and it’s too early for produce, but several vendors and organizations held the event along the sidewalk on Highland Drive in Sugarhouse where a steady stream of shoppers stopped by. Everyone had fun and is looking forward to see this grow.
The Desert Greens Green Party of Utah provided recycling containers and boxes for donations of non-perishable food items for Utah’s Food Bank.
Vendors that were present included:
Free Speech Zone – organizer of the Festival
Cloe Hines of Elemental Inspirations
Sugarhouse Candle Co.
Home Strung Jewelry by Dena
Here are some photos:
Tonight will be the opening of the Sugarhouse Farmers Market and Street Festival in Sugarhouse, SLC, UT from 5:30 – 9pm. The festival will be held each Friday through August 25th.
The Desert Greens Green Party of Utah is providing recycling containers for plastic and paper, aluminum, and glass, as well as launching a summer long food drive for the Utah Food Bank. Containers for non-perishable food items will be strategically placed throughout the festival and will also be available at the Free Speech Zone shop in Sugarhouse during the week.
Please drop by and say hi – I’ll be at the Desert Greens table.