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Oct. 29- Nov. 5

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October 29-November 5
14th Annual Social Change Summit: How to move the world
Fri., Oct. 30, 12:30pm-5pm
$10/$5 students
Gore School of Business, Westminster Campus

If you've wondered "How to start a social movement?" or "How to become an activist?" sign up for this! Learn how to
make the leap from ally to activist, engage in current movements, and inform your community on topics such as human trafficking, sexual assault, feminism, international activism and how to make a sustainable impact. Sponsored by Griffinquest.

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Talia Keys & Friends Halloween Bash (Michael Jackson Tribute) 
Fri., Oct. 30, 9p-12a
The State Room, 638 S State St. 

Music also by Michael Tony Holiday & The Velvetones and Grits Green.
Soulworks Halloween Psychic Fair 
Sat., Oct. 31, 11a-5:30p. 
Free admission 
Dancing Cranes Imports, 
673 E Simpson Ave. 
Many time slots fill quickly. You can book appointments ahead. Costs are $20/20 min. or $30/30 min. Classes available, too. Cash only.
For details, including participating psychics, holistic practitioners and artisans, visit!services-offered-at-the-fair/c1zaj 

To The Best of Our Knowledge in SLC: "Living Dangerously
Mon., Nov 27-9pm
Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center, 138 W 300 S
Live on-stage: one of our favorite KUER radio programs ~ from Wisconsin Public Radio, hosted by Anne Stringchamps and Steve Paulson. Guests: Doug Fabrizio, Terry Tempest Williams, base-jumper Steph Davis, doc filmmaker Kendall Wilcox, Ordain Women founder Kate Kelly, biologist Nalini Nadkarni, author Scott Carrier and Provo indie band Mideau.

Orixa Movement Workshop
Tues., Nov. 3: 6:30-8p
$12 drop-in or
$60 for the 5-week workshop
Salt Lake City Arts Hub, 663 W 100 S. 

Learn the traditional dance movements of the Orixa (O-ree-sha), Brazilian deities that represent different facets of nature. Open to all levels.

Race Perspectives Writing Workshop
Wed., Nov. 4 & 11: 6-8p
SLCC Community Writing Center, 210 E 400 S, Suite #8
Two-part workshop. As part of the Utah Race Perspectives Project, writers explore micro-stories, poems, and essays about race, ethnicity and cultural identity.   

Years of Living Dangerously
(film series),
Episode 1: 
Dry Season
Thurs., Nov. 5, 7pm
SLC Library Main Auditorium, 
210 E 400 S

A documentary series on climate change. Dry Season stars Thomas Friedman, Harrison Ford and Don Cheadle. Discussion follows. Panelists: Susan Soleil of Utah Interfaith Power & Light; Soren Simonsen, cofounder & president of Impact Hub and former SLC council member. 
PitchNic Premiere

Thurs., Nov. 5 7:30-9p
Rose Wagner Performing Arts, 
138 W. 300 S

Presented by Spy Hop Productions, a collection of four short films written, directed & produced by Utah teens.
Public Darshan
with Louix Dor Dempriey

Thurs., Nov. 5, 7-9p
Salt Lake Center for Spiritual Living, 332 Bugatti Drive
Darshan, music, meditation. All are welcome.
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