Inspiring the world to live better through art, music, & technology.
Jenkstar CASL, Wilmington Ave, Salt Lake City, UT 84106, USA
2pm - 5pm
Join Hula Hoopology for our first quaterly jam of 2017:
March 25th from 2:00 - 5:00 PM at the Jenkstar CASL
(2225 south 585 east SLC, 84106)
Live Music - DJ Suzy Solyom & DJ Sir Veysa will be providing the beatz.
Opportunity Drawing - You could win some awesome prizes with a small donataion.
Trick Share with the Hoopoligists - Wanna learn something new? Ask one of our Hoopoligists what they've been working on/to teach you something specific! We love to share the hoop love!
Family Friendly - This is an ALL age and ALL skill level event, bring the family!
Hoops for Sale - Looking for the perfect hoop? Look no further, we'll have hoops you may purchase and take home! We'll also have a few rental hoops you can play with at the jam.
We can't wait to hoop with you! See you all then!
❤ The Hoopologists
622 W 100 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84104, USA
5 - 7pm
Celebrate Love UT Give UT with Wasatch Community Gardens, The Jenkstars, and Catalyst Magazine with an open house at our GREEN TEAM Farm! The new GREEN TEAM Farm Project provides job training to a group of eight women currently facing homelessness, as well as a providing a beautiful urban green space in Salt Lake's Depot District. The farm is 100% solar powered, and is a demonstration site for regenerative agriculture and permaculture techniques.
Tour the 1.3-acre urban farm with Farm Director James Loomis, pick up some free seeds, get your gardening questions answered, and enjoy delicious snacks and drinks generously provided by Even Stevens Sandwiches and Vive Juicery. The event is free, but we encourage you to support the participating nonprofits with a $10 Love UT Give UT donation.
Read more about Wasatch Commmunity Gardens and our Love UT Give UT fundraising campaign here:
We are excited to share the space with our community partners, The Jenkstars and Catalyst Magazine.
The Jenkstars are a collective of upcycle engineers and artists who develop creative solutions for real-world problems. Their mission is to educate through art, music and technology, and to inspire the use of renewable energy and sustainable living applications across the world. Their dedication and ingenuity is on display at the Green Team Farm with the "Solar Saucer," a crash landed UFO art piece that boasts a solar array that currently powers the entire farm. Learn more about the Jenkstars and their Love UT Give UT campaign here:
Catalyst Magazine is THE place to be kept up to speed on ecological and cultural events and themes in Salt Lake City. Green Team Farm Director James Loomis also serves as the garden writer to The Catalyst, with his "Garden Like a Boss" column. He'll be dishing out shovelfuls of useful gardening tips and tricks all afternoon, all while helping them achieve their Love UT Give UT goals as well.
The event will be held rain or shine - please dress appropriately! More information at https://wasatchgardens.org/news-and-events/events/item/306-green-team-farm-open-house-farm-tour-love-ut-give-ut-event
JenkStar Center for Arts & Sustainable Living at the Art Factory, 193 W. 2100 S. Ste 2B, SLC UT 84115
7:00 - 8:30pm
Turning food scraps, yard waste, and other materials into soil is nothing short of slow motion earth magic. By learning how to do it correctly, you’ll gain a tool in your arsenal that will allow you to replenish and reinforce the microbes in your soil. With an increased ability to build soil and sequester carbon from the atmosphere, these soils teeming with microbes result in almost impossibly resilient ecosystems. We’ll also learn techniques for brewing actively aerated compost teas, which will have you tipping the scales into the realms of becoming an impossibly badass soil steward. Everyone will leave with a few gallons of biologically rich compost tea, teeming with microbial reinforcement for your garden.
Cost: $15, or $10 for Jenkstar sustaining members
Hosted by Beyond Organic with James Loomis