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WORKSHOP
Designing a 3-D model or building one? Then you may want to join a workshop geared to designers, architects, artists and techies. For only $7.50, you can join the Strong & Flexible SLS 3D Printing Workshop and learn about the material, how to design for it and see examples. With your ticket, you get a $20 print credit for a High Definition print from 3D Hubs HD. 6526 S. State, 888-243-5514, Friday, November 20, 6-8 p.m., ImagineThat-3d.com

GRIEF AWARENESS
The Sharing Place will have a public open house to raise awareness of children's grief issues and to tell you more about its program. Offering support to children, teens and their families, the Sharing Place will be open for a tour. The family can play in the volcano room, have fun with Giving Disney parties or enjoy a s'more out by the fire. 1695 E. 3300 South, Thursday, Nov. 19, noon-5 p.m., TheSharingPlace.org or ChildrensGriefAwarenessDay.org

FUNDRAISER
Everone's invited to the Kappa Gobble, an annual philanthropic pie night. Yes, you can "gobble" as much pie as you want for a $5 entry fee, benefitting The Christmas Box House and The Kappa Kappa Gamma Foundation. Kappa Kappa Gamma chapter house, 33 S. Wolcott St., Monday, November 23, 6-9 p.m., DeltaEtaService@gmail.com.

INTERNSHIPS
Get your hands dirty in the best of ways—with a Wasatch Community Gardens Internship. They're looking for a networking intern, about 10 hours per week beginning Jan. 11, 2016, to help with the Growing Community Gardens Workshop Series through February. Send a cover letter in PDF format explaining your interests and background and include a writing sample to Felecia Maxfield-Barrett, outreach and volunteer coordinator, Felecia@wasatchgardens.org, by Dec. 11. WCG also needs two outreach interns, a history intern, and a volunteer assistant intern. Felecia has the answers at 801-359-2658, ext. 11.

If journalism is more your bent, City Weekly is seeking editorial interns for winter/spring (Jan. 1-May. 31). College students with an interest in journalism and who have strong writing skills are encouraged to apply. Send a cover letter, résumé and three writing samples to editor@cityweekly.net by Dec. 4. More info at CityWeekly.net/interns.

—Katherine Biele

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