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In The Loop: 4/1/17. The Foolishness Of Fools

Awesome events to check out April 2-15.

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Hey, kids! Today is the day of pulling pranks and making other people laugh. Or look like idiots; that's totally your call on how you spend your day. Sadly, the worst prank of all happens to all of us in two weeks: Tax Day. Enjoy the current tax rate since, we'll probably see a hike sometime this year as we get nickel-and-dimed all the way to the poorhouse. ... Anyway! We've got the next two weeks of cool events for you to check out below. Some are good and some are okay, but at least it's something to do as the weather improves. But first, here's some random art from downtown SLC.

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4/2: Card Collecting & Gaming at Watchtower Cafe
4/3: The Realest Comedy Show in Salt Lake City at U of U Union Building
4/4: Laides Game Night at Game Haven
4/5: Not For Rent! Film Release Screening at Weber State
4/6: Ballet West's Beer & Ballet at Capitol Theatre
4/7: Drone Film Festival at The Leonardo
4/8: Grid Zine Fest at Salt Lake Arts Academy
4/8: Chocolate and Cheese Festival at Natural History Museum
4/9: Goth Swap Punk Rock Flea Market & BBQ at 411 E. Penney Ave
4/10: Myriad Dance's Spring Intensive at Millennium Dance Complex
4/11: Full Moon Walk at Great Salt Lake State Park & Marina
4/13: Critical Beatdown at Good Company
4/15: Gamer Dash 2017 at Veterans Memorial Park
4/15: SLC Mini Maker Faire at Utah State Fairpark

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