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Ogden Farmers Market, Summer Brews at Squatters & Wasatch, Living Traditions Festival

The Farmers Market in Ogden makes a return on 25th Street. Squatters and Wasatch premieres summer brews. The Living Traditions Festival comes to Washington Square and Library Square.


Farmers Market Ogden Returns

Farmers Market Ogden returns to Ogden’s Historic 25th Street on Saturday, May 25th, and runs for 17 weeks every Saturday through September 14, from 8 am to 1 pm. 

Farmers Market Ogden brings hundreds of local vendors to Historic 25th Street right in downtown Ogden. 

Admission is free and attendees are invited to shop the best of fresh local produce, prepared foods and artisan goods while enjoying live music by local musicians, live art performances, and free kids activities from local community partners!

New Summer Brews at Squatters & Wasatch

Squatters and Wasatch Breweries have just released one new beer and two new mixed packs – three new ways to enjoy Wasatch and Squatters just in time for summer. Here is the lowdown from the brewers at Wasatch and Squatters. 

“A beer blessed by the gods, Holy Haze is a smooth and malty brew that descended in a fog from the Wasatch mountains and into our brew tanks. Lightly fruity with a dark edge, Holy Haze will have you praying the tap never runs dry. We’re stoked about this addition to the Wasatch roster, and we think you’re going to love it.” 

“Crafts Best mixed pack features Wasatch’s classic brews Our Share IPA, Apricot Hefeweizen, and Evo Amber Ale. Along with the new Holy Haze, this pack offers four different styles of beers, making it the perfect summer adventure companion.” 

“We updated Party in a Box featuring the ever-beloved Juicy IPA now with Salt Lime Cerveza, which has taken Utah by storm. We’re bringing Squatters and Wasatch together with two beers that are easy drinking and – while they complement each other well – offer different drinking experiences, making it the perfect mixed pack for summer hangs.”

Global Goodies at Living Traditions Festival

The annual Living Traditions Festival – which is free to all attendees – brings together over 90 cultures that have made Salt Lake City their home. That means, in addition to dance, music, art, crafts, and such from around the globe, many cultures’ cuisines are also well represented at the Festival. The Food Market located at the South end of 200 East will host some 18 different cultural groups representing Asia, Polynesia, Europe, Central and South America, The Middle East and much more. 

Edible global goodies at the Living Traditions Festival runs the gamut from Congolese combo plates, Tongan sapasui, Nepalese curry, and Chinese dumplings, to Tibetan momos, Ukrainian borsch, Argentine empanadas, Serbian stuffed cabbage, Basque chorizo, Swahili samosas, and much more. 

The Living Traditions Festival takes place at Washington Square and Library Square, Friday through Sunday, May 17, 18 & 19. 

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