10-Day Planner: Films, live music, festivals and more

10-Day Planner: Films, live music, festivals and more

Friday, June 15

Jun 15 DJ Linus Stubbs Well-known DJ is an Ogden favorite. Funk ‘n Dive Bar

Jun 15 Night Sky Program Locate summer constellations and learn the stories behind them. Meet at the Buffalo Point observation deck. Antelope Island State Park

Jun 15 Break on Through A tribute to The Doors, one of the greatest bands of all time. Lighthouse Lounge

Jun 15 Terry Fator Singing, comedy and celebrity impressions will have you entertained all night. Tickets: tickets.davisarts.org Kenley Amphitheater

Jun 15 The Reverend and the Revelry Crowd-pleasing one-man band. Harp and Hound

Jun 15 Summer Movies in the Park Get some delicious eats from food trucks and watch “The Greatest Showman” at dusk. Loy Blake Park

Jun 15 Dining Discovery: Brewmaster’s Dinner Beer and food pairings from the Snowbasin culinary team. The chef and brewmasters will be available to answer questions and talk about ingredients. Reservations: 801-620-1021. Snowbasin Resort

Jun 15 Third Friday at the Collective A night of classes featuring making a watercolor bookmark and a small, handbound booklet. The Local Artisan Collective

Jun 15 Dash for Dollars 5D Barrel Race and Futurity The biggest barrel race at Golden Spike.

Jun 15 Nutrition Class Learn about diet an living a healthier lifestyle with Sheryl Bingham, FNP. Register: 801-397-6150. Ogden Clinic Medical Weight Loss

Jun 15 Voices: Juneteenth Edition Come and listen to the voices of people of color. Only people of color will perform at this open mic. Feature poet is Ashley Finley from Salt Lake City. SaltyCreative

Saturday, June 16

Jun 16 Cover Dogs Hits from the ’70s, ’80s, ’90s and 2000s from well-dressed musicians with impeccable taste. Brewski’s

Jun 16 Lost & Found Framed: A Live Comics Reading Three local comics artists perform short stories about things lost and found in their lives. The Comedy Loft

Jun 16 Batty About Bats! Division of Wildlife Resources bat specialists talk about Utah’s bats and show how to identify them. They will try to catch a bat for a close-up look. Meet at Fielding Garr Ranch. Antelope Island State Park

Jun 16 Shaky Trade Ogden band throws down a night of funky jams. Lighthouse Lounge

Jun 16 The Reverend and the Revelry Crowd-pleasing one-man band. Slackwater Pub & Pizzeria

Jun 16 Konservatoriet: An Evening with Bournonville See how Bournonville absorbed French-style dancing and adapted it to the humane values of Danish culture in this gleaming ballet. Tickets: smithstix.com or 801-689-8700. Peery’s Egyptian Theater

Jun 16 The Ivie League Locals will rock you at a live set. Harp and Hound

Jun 16 Comedy and Dinner Featuring Marcus and Guy Marcus and Guy perform their live music impression show and Recovery Cafe caters dinner. Enable Industries

Jun 16 Wee Beer Festival The fourth annual Wee Bee Festival is your chance to sample more than 25 local craft and artisan brews, enjoy live entertainment and check out local vendors. Golden Spike Event Center

Jun 16 Silk Bundle Dye Learn about fibers and mordants and dye a silk scarf. All materials included. The Local Artisan Collective

Jun 16 Juneteenth Festival and Holiday Commemoration Live music from Eric Bellinger, George Brown Jazz Quintet and more. Storytelling, dancers, DJs, genealogy workshops, games and more. Ogden Union Station

Jun 16 Be Happy With You Workshop Empowerment workshop with information on body image, nutritional mindsets, staying active and balanced well-being for women. A photographer will be doing headshots as well. Tickets: https://bit.ly/2sOrUUh Oasis Community Garden

Jun 16 Knit a Happy Hedgehog Knitting toys is a fun way to improve your skills. Includes kit to make Hedgie. Register: 801-394-4355. Needlepoint Joint

Jun 16 Nature SunCatcher Find bits of nature and transfer them to your window space. Part of R.A.M.P. Summer Saturdays. Ogden Nature Center

Jun 16 Dueling Pianos Cocktail Party Dueling pianos return for their monthly show. Come out and request your favorite songs. Get a reservation because this event sells out. Funk ‘n Dive Bar

Jun 16 Car Show & Adoption Event Bring pet food, toys or beds for donation, check out cool cars, grab a bite from a food truck, win a prize, adopt a pet and more. Weber County Animal Services

Sunday, June 17

Jun 17 Gina Bachauer Contestants Two competitors in The Gina Bachauer International Piano Foundation’s 2018 Gina Bachauer Internation Artists Piano Competition perform at the Free Sunday Concert Series. Kenley Amphitheater

Jun 17 Blues, Brews and BBQ Los Lobos headlines this Sunday. Come early to check out openers Rob Reinfurt, Too Slim and the Tail Draggers and Ghost of Paul Revere. Snowbasin Resort

Jun 17 Brunch and Bloody Mary Bar with The Ivie League Live music with Sunday brunch and bloody mary bar. This week, The Ivie League takes the stage for your listening pleasure. Lighthouse Lounge

Monday, June 18

Jun 18 Movie Night on the Bay Watch “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest” from the water or the beach. Park fees apply. Willard Bay State Park

Jun 18 Family Art Night: Pony Bead Abstracts Create your own work of art with pony beads, glue and matte board. More info: www.bdac.org/family-art-night Bountiful Davis Art Center

Jun 18 Broadway Choreography Master Class Learn Broadway choreography at this 2-hour workshop. Register: mtarbox@oeccutah.com. Peery’s Egyptian Theater

Jun 18 Oops! I Arted Summer Camp Community artists teach kids various creative activities during this week-long half-day camp. Activities include glass blowing, leatherworking, glass etching, jewelry making, hand lettering and more. For kids 12 and up. The Local Artisan Collective

Jun 18 Arts in the Parks Each arts week you’ll find storytelling on Monday, puppets and theater on Tuesday, music and dance on Wednesday and Thursday and Utah Museum of Contemporary Art’s traveling art truck on Fridays. Monroe Park

Jun 18 Science in the Parks See it, hear it, build it, move it or feel it with sight activities on Monday, sound activities on Tuesday, building activities on Wednesday, movement activities on Thursday and tactile activities on Friday. Lester Park

Jun 18 Kids Act Up Summer Workshop Kids learn about stage presence, movement, vocalization, music, dance and technical theater through instruction and hands-on experience. For more info, contact Ann Reeder at 801-689-6832 or housemanager@oeccutah.com. For kids 8-18. Peery’s Egyptian Theater

Tuesday, June 19

Jun 19 Ogden Raptors vs. Orem Owlz The Raptors kick off their 2018 season against in-state rivals Orem Owlz. Tickets: smithstix.com Lindquist Field

Jun 19 Poetflow Local writers share poems and other compositions. Theme is powerful women. Lighthouse Lounge

Jun 19 Summer Sizzle Concert: Ophir Creek Utah group combines folk, bluegrass and southern gospel into a new sound: Folkgrass Americana. Weber County Library Southwest Branch

Jun 19 “Resilience” Screening and Panel Discussion View a documentary about resilience and join a discussion with trauma-resiliency experts and community stakeholders. Tickets: https://bit.ly/2JGXzxV Weber County Library Pleasant Valley Branch

Jun 19 Summer Luau Hokulia Shave Ice’s annual summer luau features prizes, hula hooping, Polynesian dancers and more. Hokulia Shave Ice

Jun 19 “Josiah: The Story that Sparked the Civil War” Special Juneteenth documentary screening. Davis County Library Layton/Central Branch

Jun 19 Art of Allowing Learn about this vital component of personal growth that can be challenging and rewarding. Vibez – Mind, Body, Spirit

Jun 19 Flo Painting Learn the latest painting trend and create your own masterpiece. All materials provided. The Local Artisan Collective

Jun 19 Chemistry Learn about physical and chemical reactions and states of matter, plus how elements make different compounds. Hill Aerospace Museum

Jun 19 Electricity Learn where electricity comes from and how it’s used, including a circuitry lesson and experiment. Hill Aerospace Museum

Jun 19 3-Day Kids Series: Cookie Ookie Kids learn how to bake three delicious cookies: candy bar peanut butter cookies, cookiedella and crinkle cookies. For ages 10 and up. Kitchen Kneads

Wednesday, June 20

Jun 20 Twisted Broadway starring Blue Jupiter Twisted a cappella version of Broadway and pop songs, including beatboxing. Tickets: davisarts.org Kenley Amphitheater

Jun 20 Watercolor Techniques Artist Gary Barron teaches a watercolor workshop. Supplies list provided with registration. Pre-register by calling 801-392-6935. 7-9 p.m. Wednesdays through August 1. $85 for all or $20 nightly. Eccles Community Art Center

Jun 20 Healthy Relationships Learn about boundaries, building trust, sharing responsibility, warning signs of abuse and how to get help. Davis County Library Bountiful/South Branch

Jun 20 The Art of Speaking Spanish Learn to speak, read and understand easy Spanish. For ages 10 and up. $10 per class or $40 for a 5 class punch pass. The Local Artisan Collective

Jun 20 Say Cheese! Photography 101 Learn the basics of digital photography. Participants need their own digital camera. For grades 3-12. Weber County 4-H

Jun 20 Perfect Planet Camp Learn how to save the planet by making solar- and wind-powered items and cooking with solar energy. Includes making a recycled art project, cleaning ponds and learning about wetland animals. For ages 8-12. Register: https://bit.ly/2la3DVg USU Botanical Center

Jun 20 “Tell Them We Are Rising” Screening Documentary about havens for black intellectuals, artists and revolutionaries that have educated the architects of freedom movements and cultivated leaders. Peery’s Egyptian Theater

Thursday, June 21

Jun 21 Ogden Unplugged Featuring Escher Case Ogden Unplugged is your weekly chance to show off your acoustic skills and check out a special acoustic performance by Escher Case. Lighthouse Lounge

Jun 21 Talia Keys and the Love Genre-crossing, multi-instrumental musical powerhouse plays her unique brand of soul, funk, and rock and roll. The Yes Hell

Jun 21 West Haven Days Celebrate West Haven with food, rodeo, contests, entertainment, a car show, a parade, fireworks and more. See the full schedule at https://bit.ly/2y8uYk0 West Haven Country Park

Jun 21 Floral Photography 101 Learn how to take great photos of flowers. Bring your own camera. Register: https://bit.ly/2HKXW99 Ogden Botanical Gardens

Jun 21 STEAM Night: Create a Bubble Blower Learn how to create a bubble blower. All materials provided. Larry H. Miller Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Bountiful

Jun 21 Bonobo with Slow Magic and Mooninite British trip-hop DJ with electronic sounds from locals. Tickets: 24tix.com Ogden Amphitheater

Jun 21 Science, Slime and Smiles Camp Learn how to make crazy concoctions like a mad scientist using the scientific method and testing experiments. For ages 5-7. Register: https://bit.ly/2yceKGw USU Botanical Center

Jun 21 Fyrecon Annual science fiction and fantasy writing and art conference. Features master classes taught by bestselling authors and nationally recognized artists. Register: fyrecon.com/registration Weber State University Davis Campus

Friday, June 22

Jun 22 Ghostowne American twang band from Salt Lake City. The Yes Hell

Jun 22 Earthworm and Friends Local hip-hop with support from other local bands and a DJ. Kamikaze’s

Jun 22 Nu Blu Bluegrass band from North Carolina. Lighthouse Lounge

Jun 22 Granger Smith Country singer croons at a benefit for EnableUtah. Tickets: https://bit.ly/2sVFS7u Ogden Amphitheater

Jun 22 Danny Wildcard Local folk punk musician. Harp and Hound

Saturday, June 23

Jun 23 Zion Riot Gods of reggae rock return to Ogden. Brewski’s

Jun 23 Pick Nasty and the Sadness Engine Local musician sets his story of being an atheist in an ultra-Christian state to music. Lighthouse Lounge

Jun 23 An Evening with Jenny Oaks Baker, Lexi Walker and Nathan Pacheco Grammy-nominated recording artist, young performer and classically trained tenor share their music. Tickets: davisarts.org Kenley Amphitheater

Jun 23 Deja Vu Special interactive improv show explores what would happen if you could go back and do things differently. The Comedy Loft

Jun 23 Carrie Myers Ogden performer plays the ukulele and sings original songs and covers. Harp and Hound

Jun 23 PDM’s Sleeping Beauty Penny Dudleston McKay School of Classical Ballet presents this classical ballet based on the fairy tale. Tickets: smithstix.com or 801-689-8700. Peery’s Egyptian Theater

Jun 23 Natural Paint T-Shirt Class Paint a t-shirt with natural dye extracts. The Local Artisan Collective

Jun 23 Craft Supply Swap If you’re swimming in craft supplies, bring them out to swap with other crafters. Gently used or never used supplies. The Local Artisan Collective

Jun 23 Farmers Market Ogden Opening day of the annual market, which features over 200 vendors. Historic 25th Street

Jun 23 Warriors Over the Wasatch Air and Space Show Witness the pride and precision of the U.S. Air Force, including the Thunderbirds and Flying Legends of Victory. VIP Tickets: theutahairshow.com Hill Air Force Base

Jun 23 Pleasant View Founders Day Celebrate Pleasant View with races, food, a parade, a car show, entertainment, fireworks and more. Pleasant View City Park

Sunday, June 24

Jun 24 Free Sunday Concert: Aimee Geddes Enjoy Broadway and Disney tunes and hymns and popular hits by this inspirational performer. Kenley Amphitheater

Jun 24 Brunch and Bloody Mary Bar with Rob Sanderson Live music with Sunday brunch and bloody mary bar. This week, Rob Sanderson takes the stage for your listening pleasure. Lighthouse Lounge

Jun 24 Blues, Brews and BBQ Kris Lager Band headlines this Sunday. Come early to check out openers Pinetop Inferno and Sophistafunk. Snowbasin Resort


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