Seeds of Success, a new project of Wasatch Community Gardens, is up and running! Sees of Success is focused on supporting unemployed and underemployed single moms with job training and placement. Seeds of Success organizers are hosting a ten-week job training that is completely free to participants and will provide moms with their Certified […]
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2018 Fireworks Restrictions includes Fairpark Community
Dry conditions has resulted in Salt Lake City restrictions on this season’s fireworks celebrations. The Fairpark Community is within the area where fireworks will not be permitted this year. Hefty fines will be imposed for violators. Details can be found at the SLC Fire Dept website. The following list outlines the restrictions as well as […]
Westside Festival Returns for Encore
The Westside Music Arts and Food Festival is returning to Sugar Space on June 16th from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Featuring many of the same musicians that made last year such a hit, the 2018 Festival has expanded hours and will feature Changing Lanes Experience as its headline act. Besides longer hours, Festival organizers […]
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Neighborhood Cleanup Changes
Neighborhood Light Swap!
Pedal in the City: Jordan Parkway Trail Finished!
A long awaited dream for Fairpark residents and bike enthusiasts all over the city has come true. Residents can now cycle the entire Jordan Parkway Trail without skirting around side streets between sections of trail. The Jordan River Trail Bridge was officially opened and dedicated at celebration event on November 18 at Fisher Mansion. This […]
Annual Community Coat Exchange
Education Corner: Starting the day ready to learn: It’s what’s for Breakfast
Many children arrive to school without having eaten breakfast. Starting the day hungry is not conducive to learning. There is ample evidence behind the science of eating breakfast to start the day ready to learn and perform, and how school breakfast programs set the stage for students on a daily basis. A 2013 study on […]