LDS Events Calendar

Lunch and Learn Series with Deseret Book Artists and Authors  
Every Friday, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Downtown Deseret Book Store, SLC, Utah

September 9
Larry Winborg and Jeremy Winborg
Larry Winborg (b. 1942) and Jeremy Winborg (b. 1979) are father and son, and they represent Winborg Masterpieces Gallery in Logan, Utah. Larry grew up in Idaho where he gained a deep appreciation for the beauty found in nature. Jeremy grew up in his father’s studio, exposed to art and artists of all kind.

September 16
Eric Dowdle
Folk Artist Eric Dowdle has applied his unique style to cities around the country and world. His paintings have been honored and displayed in exhibits and galleries everywhere. They stand apart as they encompass the essence of what people feel about their homes and country.

September 23 & 24
Ben Behunin
Ben Behunin a native of Salt Lake City, Utah. Ben has always been a bit of an artist, doodling in the margins of papers, making mud pies, carving wood and making sculpture out of discarded goods. In 1988 as a freshman in high school, he enrolled in his first formal art class. “Once my hands hit the clay, I knew I had found something in which I wanted to excel. After serving a mission in Germany I spent time in that country serving a potter's apprenticeship with an artist friend I had met during my time there. I continued my art studies in Hawaii and in Utah and married the girl of my dreams. Then dove into my art full-time and opened my own studio.”


KSL Utah Book Festival
Saturday, September 10, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
University of Utah

Join KSL for the 2nd Annual Utah Book Festival and have fun with the whole family! This is a free event featuring Utah Jazz player Raja Bell, King of the Royal Reader Court, as well as New York Times bestselling authors like Fablehaven author Brandon Mull. Other features include author signings, guest speakers, performances, literacy activities, prize giveaways, food and more. There will also be learning activities and playgrounds for kids.  Click here for more details, or text Text M123 to 40123 to join now (standard text messaging rates may apply).


Free Garden Tours of Temple Square and Church Headquarters
Monday – Friday at 10 a.m.: Door 15 of the Conference Center, SLC, UT
Monday – Friday at noon: Church Office Building Plaza, SLC, UT
Wednesdays at 7 p.m.: Church Office Building Plaza, SLC, UT
Sundays at 10:30 a.m.: East gate of Temple Square, SLC, UT
 

Washington DC Temple Visitors’ Center
 
Sunday, Sept 11, 6:00 pm & 7:30 pm - TICKETS REQUIRED*

Mormon Choir of Washington DC Concert
The Mormon Choir of Washington DC presents a Concert to Commemorate the 10th Anniversary of 9/11. The choir will perform patriotic and inspirational numbers, including, The Star-Spangled Banner, The Battle Hymn of the Republic, Let There Be Peace on Earth, and You’ll Never Walk Alone. Elder Bruce Carlson of the Second Quorum of the Seventy, a former U.S. Air Force four-star General and Director of the US National Reconnaissance Office, will speak. * Tickets are required to attend the Mormon Choir Concert. Tickets are free and will be distributed at the Visitors' Center beginning 90 minutes prior to each performance.
 
Tuesday, Sept. 13, 7:30 pm

Night of Music & Inspiration
Night of Music & Inspiration will be presented by the missionaries of the Washington D.C. North Mission. Through musical numbers and inspirational thoughts, the missionaries will share their talents and testimonies strengthening members as well as investigators. The theme for this evening will be "A Walk Through Our Savior’s Life”, under the direction of Sister Tavenier.
 
Sunday, Sept. 18, 7:00 pm

Why I Believe: Brad & Mary Jane Bryan
Brad and Mary Jane Bryan will be our keynote speakers. Brother Bryan, a convert to the Church, recently retired as the Executive Vice President of Marriott International’s Architecture & Construction Division. He serves on the National Advisory Council of the Marriott School of Management at BYU and on the Athletic Leadership Council. Both of the Bryans have held numerous Church leadership positions. They have five children and thirteen grandchildren.


WOMEN OF CONVICTION LECTURE SERIES
Second Thursday of the month at 7 p.m.
Main floor auditorium of the Church Office Building at 50 East North Temple Street
 

Screening of Joseph Smith, Volume 1: Plates of Gold
This is a new movie directed by Christian Vuissa following Joseph's early adult years and the events leading up to the publication of the Book of Mormon.

The Dalles OR

Wednesday 9/07/2011, 7:00pm
Columbia Cinema

2727 W. 7th St.

The Dalles OR 97058

Portland OR

Thursday 9/08/2011, 7:00pm
Clinton St. Theater
2522 SE Clinton St.

Portland, OR 97202

Salem OR
Monday 9/12/2011, 7:00pm
Historic Grand Theatre

191 High Street NE

Salem OR 97301

Eugene OR

Wednesday 9/14/2011, 7:00pm
Bijou Art Cinema

492 East 13th Avenue

Eugene, OR 97401


Visit Josephmovie.com for more screening information.


Southern Utah Heritage Choir: Upcoming Fall Concert
Songs for a Late Summers Evening
Friday and Saturday, September 16th and 17th
DSC Cox Auditorium

The choir will sing through the golden age of Broadway with familiar numbers from South Pacific, The King and I, Carousel, The Sound of Music, to name a few.


LIFT CONFERENCE FOR WOMEN

Saturday, Oct. 29, 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Orem, Utah
Orem High School

This one day conference will feature prominent speakers that will educate and, of
course, upLIFT. Liz Edmunds (star of the popular TV show, The Food Nanny) will be the
hostess. Other speakers include  Dr. John Lund, Hank Smith, Meg Johnson,
Sheldon Martin, Kathy Jenkins, Kim Nelson and Amy Hansen.
 
Tickets are: $19.99 (early bird registration) and $29.99 after Oct. 20th or
at the door. All participants will receive a tote bag and chocolates with
registration.

To register, visit: http://liftwomensconference.eventbrite.com


Prairie Pioneer Legacy: A Family History Conference
October 29, 9 AM – 4 PM

Mormon Trail Center at Historic Winter Quarters, 3215 State Street, Omaha, NE

Sponsored by the Historic Pioneer Research Group, Inc.



The focus of this event is genealogical research for those pioneers who lived in the area of Winter Quarters, NE, and surrounding Iowa settlements in 1846 – 1853. Presenters will include Susan Easton Black and William Hartley, noted Church history researchers.

For more information contact Carl Scott, CEO of HPRG, Inc at pioneer-research-group@cox.net.


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