Destinations to Explore: July 20-27
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July 18, 2017
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Wondering where you can get your ZAP Passport stamped this week? Look no further! Earn your stamps at any of these destinations July 20 through July 27.
Just getting started and having trouble finding remaining Passports at your nearest Salt Lake County Library location? You can download your own here.
Destinations are free unless otherwise noted.
Improv with Youth Theatre at the U
Thursday, July 20 | 4:30 PM Herriman Library
Youth Theatre at the U and their KAZUM JACKSON'S HILARIOUS PLAGUE improvisation troupe for creative and imaginative games at the library.
Sounds of Summer Concert
Friday, July 21 | 6:30 PM Midvale City Park
Enjoy free summer concerts on Friday evenings in the park this summer with Midvale Arts Council! Activities provided by the Boys & Girls Club, Copperview Community Center and the local library. This week enjoy classic rock and pop hits with the band, Assembly 6.0.
Create your own mini piñata and learn about its origins with Artes de México en Utah
! Supplies will be provided for these bilingual visual arts workshops.
**UPDATE: The 7/26 piñata workshop has unfortunately been canceled. We might suggest exploring a year round destination or the Wasatch Community Gardens Tour in its place (see details below).
Tomato Garden Tour
July 26 | 4 PM Wasatch Community Gardens
Explore the Wasatch Community Gardens Tomato Garden and then learn what it's like to grow your own food in the city. Go on a tour of the gardens, meet our chickens, taste some fresh garden produce and make a take a seed pot while supplies last. Located at 800 S. 600 E. in Salt Lake City.
OBT Presents: A Night at the Imperial
Friday & Saturday through July 29 | 7:30 PM The Off Broadway Theatre
The Off Broadway Theatre offers original family-friendly comedies and musical parodies for parents and kids alike. Present the ZAP Kids Summer Passport, and each member of the family will receive a $2 discount off the regular (Adult, Student/Senior, or Child) price.
Destinations you can visit all summer long
Earn stamps at any of these locations throughout the summer.
Explore the Conservation Gardens
Stroll through the gardens, walk through a water pipe, learn to make compost or identify plants at the Conservation Garden Park in West Jordan. Explore the Garden any day of the summer and get a stamp in your passport! Garden hours are from 8 AM to 8 PM, Monday through Saturday.
Memory Grove Park Scavenger Hunt
Go on a scavenger hunt courtesty
Preservation Utah and discover the art and architecture of Memory Grove Park! Get your passport stamp and scavenger hunt guide at the Memorial House (375 North Canyon Road in Downtown Salt Lake City), Monday through Friday, 9 AM to 5 PM).
Save $2 off the price of admission with your ZAP Passport at these destinations
- Discovery Gateway Children's Museum
Visit Discovery Gateway and explore educational workshops, programs and exhibits that inspire the whole family to discover the power of play together.
- The Leonardo
The Leonardo is a museum of creativity! Inside, you can discover the wonder of FLIGHT in their newest exhibit, delve into the mind-bending wonder of our exhibit on PERCEPTION, unleash your inner artist, scientist or engineer in one of our three hands-on laboratories, and even be moved by the exhibits in our Human Rights Gallery. Whatever you're interested in, The Leonardo will spark creativity and help you discover a whole new way to see the world.
- Tracy Aviary
Tracy Aviary has more than 135 species and 400 individual birds on display. Guests are encouraged to wander its 8 acres and appreciate the different colors, sizes and sounds of our feathered friends.
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