Great Salt Lake Bird Festival. Owl lovers are invited to a bird watching party on Antelope Island to look for Great Horned, Barn, Burrowing, Long-eared and Short-eared owls. This is also a great opportunity to see other wildlife in the park. Held from 5pm to 9:30pm, ticket price includes park entry. Registration and more information can be found at here.
Farm Fest at Wheeler Farm. Celebrating all things spring and previewing the Wheeler Farm Farmers market. There will be sheep shearing, hands-on farming activities and wagon rides for $3. Vendor hours are 9am to 2pm and admission is free. Wheeler Farm is located at 6351 S 900 E.
Hairy Horse Show in Ogden. This is a family open horse show for groups from under 9 years to adults. Classes include halter, pleasure, snaffle, bit, reining, barrels, poles, and keyhole. Signups are from 7:30am to 9am, and the show starts at 9am. Admission is free.
Hiking Hounds Class with the Humane Society. This 90-minute on-leash hiking class teaches loose-leash walking, polite dog greetings, coming when called, and more. Cost is $35 per class. May’s class will be held at Orson Smith Park, 12625 S Highland Dr., at 6:30pm. More classes will be held June 14 at Dimple Dell, July 13 at Wheeler Farm, August 18 at Jordan River Parkway, and September 13 at Quail Hollow. Find more information at Utah Humane Society.
Moab Music Festival. This concert series presents music at various venues around Moab. Starting on May 20th with a High Water Colorado River Float and Concert. May 21 features a High Water Family Music Hike and High Water Garden Concert. The concluding concert on May 22 will be held in Old City Park, Moab. For more information and tickets go to moabmusicfest.org.
Living Traditions Festival. The Salt Lake City Arts Council is sponsoring this annual festival presenting both historical and contemporary multicultural traditions through dance, music, craft and culinary arts. It will be held Friday from 5pm to 10pm, Saturday 12pm to 10pm, and Sunday 12pm to 7pm at Washington and Library Squares. Admission is free. Find more information at LivingTraditionsFestival.com.
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