Sunday, January 02, 2011

FREE Weekly Picks 1/3 - 1/9

Just because the holidays are over, doesn't mean the free events and fun have stopped! There's still a ton of stuff to do and get out and see! Don't let the "January Blahs" get you down! Get out and see Utah!

Here are your picks for FREE activities going on this week. As always, make sure to check our calendar page. Also, check this paeg frequently, as many events are added as I hear about them.

You can also check out our Winter In Utah page for more fun ideas, many of them free!

Historic Sandy Museum
I discovered this museum last week, and absolutely love it! I was amazed at all of the cool historic documents and collection that they have! They are open Tues, Thrs, and Sat from 1pm to 5pm.

Family Day at Museum Of Natural History
The first Monday of every month is free admission day.

Get Organized (GO): Organize Your Pantry and Kitchen
A FREE event at the Herriman library. Thrs. January 6th

Ice Skate Clinic
Cottonwood Heights, Sat. January 8th

Learn To Snowshoe for FREE!
Sat. Jan. 8th

Peteetneet Annual Woodcarvers' Exhibit
The Wood Carvers' Exhibit is a yearly exhibit, but new pieces are on display each year along with many old favorites. Don't miss out on seeing these beautiful pieces carved in such unique ways.

First Friday Art Stroll
Historic 25th in Ogden

Downtown Provo Gallery Stroll
Galleries in downtown Provo are open late every first Friday night for the Downtown Provo Gallery Stroll. Gather up your friends and family to meet artists and browse fine art. The event is free to the public and often includes refreshments and live music.

Wasatch Jugglers
Free practice every Sunday

Robin Hood and His Merry Men
Ages 6-12. Maid Marian takes you inside Nottingham and the Sherwood Forest. Learn about Robin Hood and how he outsmarted the Sheriff of Nottingham.Make a Robin Hood hat to take home. - January 3rd @7pm - Bingham Creek Library

Writing Coaching
A free public service program provided by the Community Writing center at the Salt Lake Community college.Help for all ages, bring something to work on. No appointment necessary.
Every Monday in January @6pm - Columbus Library (library closed Mon. 17th)
Every Saturday in January @12pm - Columbus Library

Family Yoga - Winter Series Class
Greentree Yoga presents a family yoga class. Families are required to register, but everyone is invited to attend.
First Tuesday of the month, January 2011 - March 2011 - Hunter Library. Click HERE to register.
First Monday of the month, January 2011 - March 2011 - Tyler Library. Click HERE to register.

Knitting For Teens
Teens can create simple knitted scarves, hats, and more to donate to a local charity. No experience needed. (Grades 7-12). - January 5th @3pm - Kearns Library

Zumba Dance Class (Adults)
Adults. Come and try a free Zumba Class. It's the hotest new exercise class. Please wear comfortable shoes and attire. - January 8th @10:30am - Riverton Library

Zumbatomic (Families)
Zumba Dance aerobics for kids! Have fun and get a workout at the same time. January 8th, 15th, 22nd @11am - Sandy Library

Kids Afternoons At The Movies
Kids, come enjoy the movie of the month on the big screen.
January 4th @3:30pm - Sandy Library (Treats will be provided. Feel free to bring a pillow and a blanket. Call 801-943-4636 to find out which movie will be shown.)

CD Art
Ages 10-16 yrs. Transform our old cds into a work of art. We will supply all of the materials.
January 5th @3:30pm - Sandy Library

Read Rover A Story
Come read to a dog! Elliot and Rusty, Intermountain Therapy dogs, will be here to give kids a great, low-stress reading experience. Space is limited so registration is required.
January 8th @11am - Tyler Library (Call 801.944.7642 to register)

Learn how to search the Internet, find specific documents, images and much more! This class is for the beginning computer user and gives students the basic skills needed for Internet use.
Friday January 7th 8:30am - Pleasant Grove Library

Movie Mondays at Weber County Libraries
A variety of movies shown at the libaries in Weber County

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