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Recent Articles
  • 3 Things You Need to Do in Your Garden Before Winter

    As the first snow blankets the mountains and the cooler temperatures take hold in the valleys, it time to start thinking about putting your garden and flower beds to rest for the season.  Wendy Brown with the Salt Lake County Garden Association says right now we should be thinking about protecting our plants to survive the winter. Her first tip to put mulch in bare spots around your plants.  She says that about 2 to 3 inches of mulch added to the […]

  • Utah Nonprofit Wants Your Garden Waste to Feed the Hungry

    Is your garden overflowing with too many tomatoes or zucchini this year? Pat Thomas of Backyard Garden Share wants your produce that will go to waste. She says it will feed families in the community that don’t have access to fresh fruit and vegetables.  She hopes to gather more than 14,000 pounds of excess garden vegetables and fruit this season. Inspired to collect fruits and vegetables from backyards around the community, Pat Thomas, Backyard Garden Share Founder and Executive Director, […]

  • How To Identify and Build on Relationship Strengths

    Therpist Candice Christiansen gives five tips on how to help identify and build on relationship strengths. Positive Spin on History Love Maps Nurture Fondness and Admiration Both Must Be Willing Work on Your Relationship Daily! To reach Candice visit namasteadvice.com      

  • How Pickleball Has Become One of Utah’s Fastest Growing Sports

    Pickleball in Utah has more than doubled the number of players in the last few years.   The sport has been popular among older adults but is now catching on with players of all ages. According to the USA Pickleball Association Utah has over 90 courts to play the sport. To play…You use a paddle and a ball, and many players say all you need is the willingness to be there, learn and have fun. Sissy Izatt has been an avid […]

  • Get Your Kids involved in STEM With Bumble Bee Science

    Discovery Gateway Children’s Museum has a hive display with real live honey bees. At the exhibit, kids can make honeycomb and learn the science of bees.  Patrice Ramos, an after-school educator with the museum says kids can learn about the life cycles of bees and the importance of the queen bee to the hive.  They are also holding a fundraiser called the Beehive Bash. This fun family fundraiser will include hors d’oeuvres, desserts, drinks, play, and a silent auction! Dress code is casual with a splash […]

  • DIY Simple Fabric Pumpkins Just in Time for Fall

    Jennie Thacker with Simple Treasures Boutique and Lori Reynolds from a Touch of Mabe show us how to make a cute wreath to add a Fall touch to your door. To learn more about Simple Treasures Boutique, click here. Simple Treasures Boutique Fall Show September 20-23 Legacy Events Center 151 S. 1100 W. Farmington, UT  

  • Utah Adventure: Pine Nut Hunt & Trail Run and Walk

    Experience the numerous points of interest within the Fremont Indian State Park and Museum.  Explore the canyon we are located in to find Fremont Indian petroglyphs, pictographs, and pictoglyphs. Take a ride on an ATV through our park to connect to the longest ATV trail in the world. Descend into a reconstructed pit house to imagine the lives’ of the Fremont Indians 1000 years ago.  Come into our museum during open hours, 9:00 am – 6:00 pm,  to discover our […]

  • Urban Arts Festival: A Free Music and Street Art Event

    The Urban Arts Festival is the largest free community art event in Utah. It is organized by Utah Arts Alliance. The festival showcases hundreds of artists, performers, and musicians. It has received several awards including being named as the “Best New Festival in Utah” a the, “Best Indie Art Event in Utah” and the “Best Fest for the Rest”! In 2017 the festival will be held at the Gallivan Center in Downtown SLC. It is a two-day celebration of Salt Lake’s […]

  • Hearts 4 Paws: Adopt Oscar and Rosie

    This Friday you’ve got a bonded pair brother and sister two-year-old poodles mixes. They are non-shedding, kennel trained, current on vaccinations and microchipped. They were originally rescued out of a hoarding situation adopted out of the shelter as a bonded pair then came to us as an owner surrender because they were being kenneled 10 to 14 hours a day. Oscar is the male with the ears up and he’s very outgoing and will jump in anybody’s lap for attention. […]

  • doTERRA YOU Global Convention

    Emily Wright, the founding executive over sales and marketing, spoke about the Annual doTERRA Conference. The Conference runs September 6-9 in Salt Lake City. For more information visit doterra.com. Founded in 2008, doTERRA was built on the mission of sharing therapeutic-grade essential oils with the world.  doTERRA produces and distributes exceptionally high quality CPTG Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade® essential oils through more than three million independent distributors, also known as Wellness Advocates, around the world. In addition to essential oils, the company […]

  • Starting your own business? Salt Lake City has free tools to help you.

    Many of us have spent countless days dreaming about starting our own business. But where do you start on building your future business plan? We sat down with Lara Fritts the director of The Department of Economic Development for Salt Lake City to discuss how her department might be able to help you. She shares with us the many free tools the city offers to first time and seasoned entrepreneurs. If you would like to find out more about the […]

  • 3 Great Family Hiking Spots Near Ogden

    Are you looking to break in your hiking boots that are collecting dust in your closet? Holin Wilbanks, of Weber Pathways a non-profit dedicated to promoting and building trails in weber county shares her 3 favorite hikes near ogden. #1 Pineview Loop Pathway This 16 mile loop around Pineview Reservoir is perfect for hikers and bikers. Picnicking, Camping, Shopping, and Boating are all close to the tail and connect the towns of Eden and Huntsville.  Click here for more info.  […]