Welcoming Week Salt Lake - 2020
Welcoming Salt Lake Week 2020 Events
New American artists in Utah celebrate their immigrant and refugee backgrounds via poetry, visual art, dance, and sculpture. Sponsored by Utah Arts and Museums, Utah Humanities, and Salt Lake County Mayor’s Office for New Americans.
People’s lives in Turkey changed dramatically after the failed coup attempt on July 15th, 2016. The objects displayed in this exhibition are the relics of these lost lives, representing the yearning for a homeland that is abruptly and arbitrarily denied to them simply because of their association with a social group.
Community Stories Interviews: Finding Home in the Salt Lake Valley
Learn the stories of two different refugee families and how they are finding home in the Salt Lake valley.
September 14-18, daily at 10:30 am
Join us for Storytime featuring great stories to help children learn about welcoming and including all people.
Storytime will be streamed at 10:30 am via Facebook Live.
Bilingual English/Spanish Storytime, September 14 at 10:30 am
Join us for a bilingual storytime in Spanish & English featuring folktales from South America! Great for families with young children.
¡Únase a nosotros para una hora de cuentos bilingüe en español e inglés con leyendas de Sudamérica! Ideal para familia con niños pequeños.
September 12 - October 16
A documentary film telling the story of how undocumented teenage immigrants intentionally let themselves be caught and put into one of America's for-profit detention centers, with a bold plan to get other detainees (and themselves) out.
Follow the link and use the Promo Code: LHC2020.
Mika Lee from Honey TeaHive shares how tea has played a role in her home. She discusses briefly about the history of tea, types of tea, and how to brew the perfect cup in your own home.
The demonstration will be posted to the Salt Lake County Library Facebook page on September 16 at 7:30 am and will be available on that page thereafter.
Learn about different experiences refugee youth have had as they came to the United States and adjusted to their new life by listening to their stories that were prepared in conjunction with an 8 week public speaking class through the Utah Department of Workforce Services/Division of Refugee Services.
September 16, 8 pm
The Consul of Mexico in Salt Lake City, Jose V. Borjon, has the honor to invite you to the commemoration of the 210th Anniversary of the Independence of Mexico.