Little O’s “Camp Oasis” reading around a “campfire” • Sugar Space @ 132 South 800 West, SLC
Little O’s Activity: Little O’s “Camp Oasis” reading around a “campfire”
Is your child tired of the hustle of busy city life? Why not let them join us at "Camp Oasis"? We'll be relaxing around a "campfire", eating yummy "camping" treats and reading a story about camping in Grand Teton National Park.
Oasis Ladies Painting with a Twist Night • Painting with a Twist @ 258 E Winchester Street in Murray
Event: Oasis Ladies Painting with a Twist Night
Ladies of all ages, join us for an evening of fun, friendship, and painting! Painting with a Twist classes are not serious art lessons but are intended to let people relax, have fun, and leave with an awesome piece of artwork.
Price: The cost ranges from $39 to $47 depending on whether you want to create your painting on canvas or wood. This is a self pay event. Price includes the paints and canvas, instruction, and location.
You must register with Painting with a Twist to secure a spot!
Feast Sunday after Sunday Gathering • Tony Caputo's @ 314 West 300 South, SLC
Community Lunch: Feast Sunday after Sunday Gathering
Currently, on the 1st Sunday of the month we choose one restaurant to meet at after the Sunday Gathering to continue the conversation and deepen relationships. Come have lunch with us! Regardless, if you got to attend the main event or not, you are welcome to come for lunch.
Introduction to Secular Ethics • Sugar Space @ 132 South 800 West, SLC
Main Talk: Introduction to Secular Ethics
Secular people don’t have an authority or source of truth that we claim to hand us ethics. So, how do secular people explore and develop ethics? In a series of speakers we will examine various approaches to developing secular ethics. This week we will introduce some information on the series of speakers lined up over the coming months and discuss the start of this journey. Come and be part of the conversation!
Completing the Stress Cycle • Sugar Space @ 132 South 800 West, SLC
Our speaker, Angie Johnson, is an educator, with a background in microbiology and mathematics, and is the founder a of K-9 public charter school in South Jordan, Utah where she serves as an administrator. She has overseen the establishment of Salt Lake Oasis into a thriving secular community. She finds meaning in attempting to give voice to secularism and bridge the religious divide in Utah through civil discourse and genuine relationships.
Escaping Polygamy • Sugar Space @ 132 South 800 West, SLC
Our speaker, Amanda Rae Grant Amanda tried to escape The Order at 14 years old to avoid an
incestuous marriage. At 17, she
confronted the Kingstons and
left the cult for good
Currently Amanda spends
Her time trying to raise
awareness and help other family
members leave The Order.
Gladiator Fanatics at Pompeii • Sugar Space (132 South 800 West, SLC)
Gladiator Fanatics at Pompeii presented by Alexis Christensen, PhD Classical Archaeology, MA Latin
Alexis Christensen is an archaeologist and classicist. She is an Associate Professor/Lecturer in the Department of World Languages & Cultures here at the University of Utah. Alexis teaches a variety of courses on the cultures of ancient Greece and Rome, in addition to Latin and ancient Greek language courses. Her research interests include the design and function of domestic art and architecture in ancient Italy. She is currently Associate Director of the Sangro Valley Project, she has been involved in the excavation of several sites ranging from Bronze Age huts (ca. 1800 B.C.), a Samnite settlement (ca 6th-4th century B.C.), and two Roman villas (ca. 1st century B.C.-7th century A.D.) in the middle Sangro River valley. Alexis has also worked on excavations in Tuscany, Rome, and Ukraine.