CATALYST Weekly ReaderJuly 25 - July 31 





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EVENT PICKS THIS WEEK:
Opening Reception: Massively SMALL
Soul Works~Psychic and Holistic Fair
Groundhog Day
Meet the Patels
Green Drinks at Artspace Solar Gardens
We Be Jammin'
The 3 Percent Road Show
Didjeridu Summit
BLOG UPDATES
The Aquarium Age
READER REWARDS
Psychic John Edward in Provo
Dear friends & family,

Here are some ideas for the week ahead. Schedule in some chill time, too, however that works for you. Me, I'm going to start Steinbeck's East of Eden. Two people recommended it recently, and it was on my shelf. It's fat ~ "but fast," I'm told. 

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Greta Belanger deJong
Editor & publisher


Event picks for
July 25 - July 31
Opening Reception: 
 
Fri. July 25, 6-9p. J GO Gallery, 408 S Main, Park City.
 
Running out of wall space? Here's the show for you. It's big-time art, forged small. Massively SMALL features contemporary 2-D work in a wide array of styles and media. Find original works approximately 12in x 12in. (Exhibit runs through Aug. 25.) 

  

jgogallery.com 

 
Sat. July 26, 11a-5:30p.
 Dancing Cranes Imports, 673 E Simpson Ave (2240 S). Free admission (readings $20-30). 
 
Celebrate Soulworks' one-year anniversary of monthly psychic fairs at Dancing Cranes, where over 30 psychics, holistic practitioners and artisans come together to assist you while honoring the sacred journey of your soul. 

  

dancingcranesimports.com 

  

Mon. July 28, 8:45p.

The Gallivan Center, 239 S Main. Free.

  

 In this American comedy, Bill Murray portrays an arrogant Pittsburgh weatherman reluctantly sent to cover a story in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania and finds he is condemned to repeat the same day over and over again, unless he learns a much-deserved lesson.

 

utahfilmcenter.org

    
Tues. July 29, 7p. 
Main City Library, 210 E 400 S. Free. 
 
Fresh out of a break-up with his American girlfriend, and freaked out that he's almost 30 and single, Ravi Patel goes on a family vacation to India with his head and heart spinning. Ravi is desperate to find love and embarks on a worldwide search for his bride in this witty and heart-felt comedy.
 

utahfilmcenter.org 

  
Tues. July 29, 6-9p.  Artspace Solar Gardens, 850 S 400 W . 
 
Artspace Solar Gardens is the first Net Zero mixed-use building with onsite solar production in Utah -- it generates more electricity than it uses! Take tours and interact with the variety of businesses on the first floor like Parallel Lines Studio, Silverschmidt Jewelry, Utah Trust for Public Land and many more. 
 

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Tues. July 29, 6-9p. Harmons City Creek, 135 E 100 S. $25. 

 

Learn to create jars of whole fruit, jams and fruit sauces
using the water bath technique. Instructor: Alison Einerson. 

 

wasatchgardens.org


Thurs. July 31, 4:30-8:30p. The Gallivan Center, 239 S Main. $38.  
 
Women influence 80% of consumer spending. Yet only 3% of advertising creative directors are women. Kat Gordon, Founder of The 3% Conference, will present compelling evidence for why advertising should be actively trying to correct this statistic.   
  

Thurs. July 31, 7p. Dancing Cranes Imports, 673 E Simpson Ave (2240 S). $20.

  

The Didgeridoo Summit is a musical tete a tete between two native Europeans, Stephen Kent and Ondrej Smeykal -- arguably the two most innovative contemporary artists to have brought the Didjeridu to the attention of the wider world, outside its traditional role in Australian Aboriginal culture. Local players will participate.


dancingcranesimports.com 

Blog Updates 
 
I think there should be a Mars ritual, this week, so we can clearly mark the end of its eight-month-plus transit through Libra, a trek that began on December 7, 2013 and finally ends on Friday, July 25, as well as delineate the beginning of its seven-week transit through Scorpio, a journey that begins on July 25 and ends on September 13. I'm not sure what a "Bye-Bye Mars In Libra" ritual would look like, although I'm certain just about every Libra would (without a moment's hesitation) create an interpretative dance expressing both grief and relief...(read more).

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