Trains, Music & Beer 

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This week, South Salt Lake residents ought to drop in on a city meeting to learn about how zoning will change around the East Streetcar Corridor. This weekend, swing by Bar Deluxe to party for a good cause at a fundraiser for the Arts-Kids nonprofit. Later, the Salt Lake City Planning Commission will talk about future growth and discuss allowing Avenues Proper to become a social club.

South Salt Lake Planning Commission
Thursday, Aug. 21

South Salt Lake needs to clear the way for the East Streetcar Corridor, and that means changing the zoning in the area from Single Family Residential to allow other developments. The corridor currently would affect homes and properties along roughly 2200 South, between the east side of State Street and the west side of 500 East.
South Salt Lake Council Chambers, 220 E. Morris Ave, Suite 200, South Salt Lake, 801-483-6011, Aug. 21, 7 p.m., http://citywk.ly/1sQhMWB

Arts-Kids Fundraiser
Saturday, Aug. 23

Arts-Kids is a nonprofit that helps children who are struggling under tough economic circumstances, emotional stress and pressure by giving them a number of creative and recreational outlets, from painting and photography to yoga and clay sculpting. This weekend, drop by Bar Deluxe to listen to the musical stylings of the Hardy Brothers and help the nonprofit continue to offer services to kids in Salt Lake City, Summit County and the Uintah & Ouray Reservation in Fort Duchesne.
Bar Deluxe, 666 S. State, 801-532-2914, Aug. 23, 8 p.m., Arts-Kids.org

Salt Lake City Planning Commission
Wednesday, Aug. 27

Roll up your sleeves and head to this meeting to see the blueprint for your city. On the agenda is a presentation for Plan Salt Lake, which is analyzing future growth in the city. Planners will discuss approving Avenues Proper as a social club—meaning guests 21 and over could be served beer and liquor without ordering food—and will also consider approving an emergency homeless-youth shelter at the Volunteers of America Youth Center at 888 S. 400 West.
Salt Lake City & County Building, 801-535-7700, 451 S. State, Aug. 27, 5:30 p.m., SLCGov.com/Planning

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