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In The Loop: 7/9/16. Avoiding Melting

Cool events for you to check out from July 10-23.

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Hello to all of you melting away in the heat while stuck in a bowl. For real, look at SLC for a moment on a map. We're sandwiched between two mountain ranges with a smelly lake and a giant desert to the west; we're basically chicken strips being cooked in a pan during the summer. So while I sit in the shade with lemonade and a new book, please enjoy the next two weeks worth of events you should probably check out. But first, a leftover from the Utah Arts Festival, the always amazing Casey Kawaguchi!

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7/10: Urban Flea Market in Downtown SLC
7/10: Card Collecting & Gaming at Watchtower Cafe
7/10: If Not Us, Then Who? at Kilby Court
7/13: Element 11 at Stargazer Ranch
7/15: Salt Lake Gallery Stroll
7/15: Bad Film Festival at Water Gardens Theaters
7/15: Sketch Cabaret - Rebel at Metro Bar
7/16: Alt Press Fest at SLC Library
7/16: Imperial Boxing Fight Night at the Davis Conference Center
7/16: The Freak Out at The Republican
7/17: Drag Brunch at Club X
7/17: The Tiny Book Show at SLC Library
7/18: Spy Hop's Heatwave Festival at Red Butte
7/21: Marmalade Concert Series at Marmalade Library
7/21: Comedy! And Other Opinions at The Union Theater
7/21: Dungeons & Comedy at Muse Music
7/23: Sugar Hood Artisan Market at Sugarmont Plaza
7/23: 19th Annual Taste of The Town at Layton Commons Park

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