Our Community Calendar is a resource we offer to all qualified nonprofits. Community Calendar events are highlighted live, on-air throughout the day on KCPW. Featured events are chosen at random. You will also find all current Community Calendar events listed here at kcpw.org.
PLEASE NOTE: Our Community Calendar now also has a physical home. Following the criteria listed below, bring professional materials (no handwritten signs please) promoting your event to the KCPW studios at 210 East 400 South, Suite 10. We’ll happily hang them in our window for all Library Square traffic to see.
To submit an event to the Community Calendar, the event must meet the following criteria:
- The event must take place in Utah.
- The organization promoting the event must be a qualified 501 (c) (3) charity or political subdivision.
- The event cannot promote a religious organization or individual.
If your event meets these criteria, click “Post Your Event” below. Include your contact information in case we have any questions. Otherwise, your event may not get published.
KCPW would like to encourage you to make the most of your post by adding a featured image and links to your organization. Utilize the provided field boxes (i.e. location, ticket information) to display information as accurately and quickly as possible. Please do not submit duplicate postings for the same event.
Please submit requests at least 10-14 days before your event – event listings read on-air are chosen at random, at least two weeks prior to the event.
If you are posting a class or workshop that requires registration, list just the first instance in the date and time, and include the details for subsequent classes in the description.
Exquisite objects, made for everyday use according to inherited styles of beadwork, weaving, pottery and homestead painting, reveal an astonishing integrity of design and innovation with contemporary materials and forms. And yet, the iconic master artists of rural southern Africa, national treasures, share great concern that their skill might not survive beyond their own generation.
Africa meets Africa brings these artists’ knowledge into the classroom with unique arts-skills learning methodology, integrating visual arts, history and mathematics. For example, students do geometry with their hands, as they make beadwork and weave according to inherited southern African styles. In this exhibition cultural expression is contextualized in relation to past and present needs.
Thursday, October 6, 6 – 8 p.m.
Meet visiting guests Helene Smuts, founder of Africa Meets Africa non-profit education project, and Jackie Scheiber, Africa Meets Africa curriculum specialist and math educator.
Head Start is a FREE PRESCHOOL program offering:
– 3 1/2 hour days
– Full Day Classes in limited service area for low cost
– Morning or Afternoon Sessions
– 2 meals/day
– 4 days/week
– 70 locations throughout Salt Lake and Tooele Counties
Head Start es un programa PRESCOLAR GRATUITO ofrece:
– 3 1/2 horas al día
– Clases de día completo – área de servicio limitada a bajo costo
– Sesiones de mañana o tarde
– 2 comidas/día
– 4 días/semana
– 70 localidades en los condados de Salt Lake y Tooele
How Do I Apply? ¿Como Se Aplica?
– Call 801-972-2337
– Llamar 801-972-2337
– Email firstname.lastname@example.org
FREE outdoor community screenings in the Red Butte Garden Amphitheatre. Pack a blanket and a picnic, low-back chairs, and bring your friends to enjoy Sundance Film Festival favorites under the stars. It can get chilly at night, so come prepared.
Gates open at 7:30PM and movies begin at dusk. Please enter through the Amphitheatre gates. All films go on rain or shine (pending lightening).
All screenings are Free, no ticket needed.
Wednesday, August 31 – Utah Community Choice Film – TBD
Sundance Institute wants YOU to select the last film of the Summer Series. Through August 12 vote for your favorite Midnight classic films: “The Blair Witch Project,” “Tucker and Dale vs. Evil,” “Under the Shadow,” “What We Do in the Shadows”
Vote onsite at screenings or at: www.sundance.org/utah
The winning film will be announced in late August.
A 10-week behavior change incentive program for mastery of aging for those 55+. Central to the AMP philosophy is the belief that modest lifestyle changes can produce big results and that people can be empowered and supported to cultivate health and longevity. Equally important, the program encourages mastery – developing sustainable behaviors across many dimensions that will lead to improved health, stronger financial security, and overall well-being. Each level of mastery is based on consistency and duration, allowing participates to set individual goals. Another key element of the program is the reward system, designed to both motivate and encourage ongoing participation. Weekly guest speakers come to not only educate but empower to move forward in the mastery of aging. Topics include: Navigating Longer Lives, Exercise and You, Sleep, Health Eating and Hydration, Financial Fitness, Medication Management, Advance Planning, Healthy Relationships, Falls Prevention, and Community Engagement.
Class meets Thursday evenings beginning September 1 – November 3, 2016
Come to the City Library Auditorium to enjoy a free film screening of the award-winning documentary, “The Lost Boys of Sudan”. Following the film, we will have the opportunity to hear from special guest speakers who were once refugees, including Mr. Solomon Awan, one of the “lost boys”. Please bring an in-kind donation of a first aid kit, a component of a first aid kit, or a fire extinguisher. These donations will be given to newly arriving refugee families here in Utah.
Wasatch Theatre Company begins its 19th season with the regional premiere of the Obie Award-winning play, ‘A Bright New Boise,’ by playwright Samuel D. Hunter. ‘Boise’ is an unexpected dark comedy about faith, family and the importance of making human connections. Most of the action in the play takes place in the break room of a Hobby Lobby craft store in Idaho, where the seemingly innocuous Will applies for a job. No one knows he has recently fled his rural hometown after a scandalous tragedy involving his fundamentalist church. Will doesn’t particularly want to work there but he is a man on a mission – to bond with his estranged son before the impending Rapture. By enlisting the aid of his new co-workers, a group of eccentric characters also struggling to find their way, can Will succeed in winning the trust of his son before the end of the world?
Wasatch’s production is directed by Jim Martin and features Brian Pilling as Will, Sallie Cooper as Pauline, CJ Strong as Alex, Haley Jenkins as Ann, and Gordon Dunn as Leroy. The technical crew includes Danny Dunn (lights), Amy Allred (sound), Linda Eyring (costumes), Daniel Torrence (props), Kit Anderton (set), and Rosemary Fernandez (stage manager).
‘A Bright New Boise’ opens September 1, 2016 and runs Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays through September 17 in the Studio Theatre at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center (138 West 300 South). Show time is 8:00 p.m., with 2:00 p.m. Saturday matinees on September 10 and 17. Tickets are $20.00 and are available through ArtTix (801-355-2787; www.arttix.org). More information about Wasatch can be found at www.wasatchtheatre.org.
Sept. 2, 9, 16, 23, and 30 (F), 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
Do you need money for your project or nonprofit program but don’t know where to start? Government and private funding organizations often have money to give and only require that you make a persuasive case. Join the SLCC Community Writing Center for an interactive workshop on the basics of grant writing.
Cost: $100. Registration is required.
FREE multi-ethnic performing arts festival staged in cooperation with the Downtown Farmers Market at Pioneer Park 350 S 300 West, Salt Lake City, UT 84101 (south side of the park) 10am till 2pm featuring world-class song and dance such as Salt Lake Saints Jazz, Rinceoiri Don Spraoi Irish Dancers, Zivio Balkan Dance Group, Japanese Kenshin Taiko Drummers, Kaz African Drums, Eastern Arts, Mariachi America, Little Feathers Native American Children’s Dance Group, Divya’s School of Classical Dance from India.
Downtown Yoga Festival is a premiere yoga event for community to experience a healthy lifestyle, peace, and happiness through yoga. It is a unique and extraordinary gathering unlike any other.
This inspiring event features many offerings including yoga, music, meditation, eating, get-togethers and more. Together we will celebrate the healing effects of yoga with a variety of yoga classes, workshops, and seminars for all skill levels and ages.
Come and experience special cooking and enjoy a variety of our delicious food options.
Let your inner bliss shine while dancing and enjoying the live music of our talented musicians. This festival will unite the community in a celebration of life through unique programs with experienced yoga instructors, musicians, chefs, and local businesses.
Downtown Yoga Festival Highlights
You are going to have different yoga classes to choose from irrespective of skills and styles, instructed by top-notch instructors.
Heighten your understanding and exercise during these workshops. Our instructors are best known for their abilities and have been organising workshops worldwide.
Come and witness special cooking lessons about healthy way of eating fresh, vegan, and Ayurvedic, or just enjoy different kinds of vegetarian food choices.
Music has numerous benefits like cutting down stress levels, raising states of consciousness, changing moods, accessing different states of mind, developing the brain and useful in meditation. Let your inner bliss shine while dancing and enjoying the live music performances of our talented music artists.
Everyone love goodies! At the premier downtown yoga festival, there will be free goodies & discount from many of our local vendors.
This amazing program line up at the Downtown Yoga Festival will make your stay pleasurable, and there is plenty more to experience to make your time in Downtown memorable.
Established in 1995, Wildlife SOS works to protect and conserve India’s natural heritage of plant and animal diversity. The organization takes action against animal cruelty, rescues wildlife in distress, and works to resolve man-animal conflicts while protecting habitat. Co-founders Kartick Satyanarayan and Geeta Seshamani will share their stories of conserving sloth bears, cobras and elephants, while building economic capacity for marginalized communities. Since 2007, Utah’s Hogle Zoo has partnered with Wildlife SOS to develop a zoo consortium that addresses animal welfare practices and promotes conservation initiatives.
September 8 (Th), 6-8 p.m.
If this is your first time writing a resume, then this workshop is for you! This workshop will introduce the idea of a resume and the do’s and don’ts of resume writing. Come learn the tools and structure needed to craft a well-organized resume. One-on-one coaching sessions will also be available during the week. Cost: Free. No registration is required.
One big thing that people tend to lack is the basic skills that are needed to defend themselves in hostile or dangerous situations. Taking the effort and time out to learn these life saving skills can be one of the smartest things that someone does.
Foxy & Fierce Course coming up September 9th-10th (F:5-8pm / S:9-12pm) This is an interactive self defense course for women & girls 12 years or older. It will cover basic self defense skills and strategies, along with lots of hands on practice.