After the plant sale, Red Butte Garden donates many un-purchased plants to local non-profit organizations as well as to University of Utah campus programs. Some of the organizations that receive our vegetables and herbs use them to support their own mission of increasing healthy food access and education to people in need, such as New Roots/IRC, Real Food Rising and the community gardens at the University of Utah. Some organizations use gardening as a part of their rehabilitation programs, such as Cancer Wellness House, Neighborhood House and the Sharing Place. We also donate plants and trees to the University of Utah Grounds Department.
Tuesday, May 7, KUTV anchorwoman Mary Nickles will kick-off the College of Social Work’s Hope, Healing & Health: Global Community Engagement for Health Diplomacy conference with a free keynote presentation on her inspiring journey through breast cancer. The following two days will bring together experts from around the world to discuss a number of facets of cancer, health diplomacy, foreign policy, education, research, treatment and palliative care. To register or for more information about this affordable opportunity, click here or call 801-581-4239.
The upcoming season explores the theme of love in its various incarnations and includes the musicals “Once Upon a Mattress,” “Avenue Q” and “She Loves Me” as well as the seminal dramas and comedies “Two Gentlemen of Verona” and “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare, “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead” by Tom Stoppard, “Metamorphoses” by Mary Zimmerman, “In the Next Room” by Sarah Ruhl and “Love Alone” by Deborah Salem Smith. From romantic desire to familial affection, from star-crossed to brotherly love, each of our upcoming offerings explores the complexity of human relationships and the bonds we share. Season Flexpasses are on sale now at the Kingsbury Hall box office. For more information click here or call 801-581-7100.