HOLIDAY RECESS – NO SCHOOL
Monday, Dec. 21, 2015-Jan. 10, 2016
Enjoy your holiday recess and we’ll see you back on campus Jan. 11, 2016.
CLASS FOR MATCHED SAVINGS PROGRAM
Monday, Dec. 21-Tuesday, Dec. 22 | 8 a.m.-12 p.m.
Union, Room 323 A & B
Can you use a $4,500 grant that can be used for tuition, a small business or a first home? This workshop qualifies as the pre-requisite requirement for applying to the Utah Individual Development (IDA) Program. This is an eight-hour course and continues Tuesday, Dec. 22, 8 a.m. to noon. You must attend all eight hours.
For more information, visit uidan.org.
EXTENDED LEISURE POOL FAMILY HOURS
Monday, Dec. 21-Tuesday, Dec. 29
George S. Eccles Student Life Center
The indoor leisure pool will be open for family hours during normal pool open hours. Please check click here for specific times.
Wednesday, Dec. 23 | 5-9 p.m.
Natural History Museum of Utah
Stay warm and cozy this December at the Natural History Museum of Utah’s Winter Nights. Fun and festivities for the whole family each Wednesday evening, including free musical presentations, discounts at the museum store, ornament making, cookies and hot chocolate.
Admission to Canyon area FREE, $9-$13 to visit museum galleries.
Visit the website for details, including the live performance schedule.
LASSONDE STUDIOS PRIORITY APPLICATION DEADLINE
Thursday, Dec. 31
Today is the priority application deadline to live at the Lassonde Studios starting fall 2016. The $45 million facility will be the new home for student entrepreneurs and innovators at the University of Utah.
Click here to apply and learn more at lassonde.utah.edu/studios.
WILD RUMPUS! – A FAMILY READING ROOM EVENT
Wednesday, Jan. 6 | 10-10:30 a.m.
Marriott Library, Family Reading Room, Level three
Bring your little ones to the Family Reading Room for some early literacy activities: story time and crafts.
Future events in 2016:
Feb.3, March 2 and April 6
MIST OF THE EARTH: AN EXHIBITION
Friday, Jan. 8-March 17
Denise Milan’s Mist of the Earth presents an exhibition of photo-works that brings together memory and history and invites viewers on a journey of imagination and reflection about the environment challenges of development.