Artys Suggestions 

It’s always fun to see the Artys roll around and see the great community you folks at City Weekly are showcasing [Artys 2013, Sept. 12]. As one loving the social/community scene in Salt Lake City, I’d recommend the following organizations for the next installment of Artys:

Utah Chamber Artists, UtahChamberArtists.org
The best choral music in Utah, without doubt. It’s unfortunate if you missed their annual collage concert at The Cathedral of the Madeleine; you won’t hear better music anywhere in the country—my word on that. They have three more scheduled performances this year. I recommend checking them out.

Beehive Braintree, BeehiveBraintree.com
A grass-roots community organization that sources local experts on everything and then holds small classes on them.

Blazing Needles, Blazing-Needles.com
Great classes on knitting and such.

Love what you do, CW!

DALLAS GRAHAM
Salt Lake City

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