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ART JOURNEY THROUGH TIME
Take some time to explore art through time with a historical twist. The Brigham City Museum of Art and History is exhibiting some of its extensive permanent collection of masterworks. Through 1,000-word essays, you can experience An Art Journey Through Time. The themes of many of the Utah painters and draftsmen take you through the old Frisco mine, show you a thorn-apple tree east of Murray, the desert sentinel, Salt Lake's City Creek and more. The exhibit includes watercolors, drawings, etchings, paintings and photographs. Brigham City Museum of Art and History, 24 North 300 West, 435-226-1439, through Saturday, Jan. 21, free, BrighamCityMuseum.org

GIVING TREE FESTIVAL
Park City's Rotary Club opens its Parade of Trees, showcasing the Summit County's nonprofits and benefitting community causes. Tis the season, and whether you buy or donate, you'll still enjoy the custom-crafted trees. There are other holiday items for sale to local businesses and individuals through an online auction. Each product is unique, made with love and care, and often decorated with special bonuses. Miner's Plaza, 405 Main, Park City, Friday, Nov. 18, 11 a.m., free, GivingTreeFestival.org

GALLERY STROLL
You've probably forgotten about the Gallery Stroll through Salt Lake City's arts community, but now is a good time to fill your soul with something other than politics. It happens the third Friday of each month, except in December when it's the first Saturday. You can start at any of the dozens of venues that include Art Access, Vive Juicery, Mestizo and Horne Gallery. Horne features new oil and pastel scenes of downtown SLC's Eccles Theater and Capitol Theatre, as well as Park City's Egyptian Theater. Various venues, Salt Lake City, Friday, Nov. 18, 6-9 p.m., GalleryStroll.org

MARCH FOR LOVE
Feeling hopeless? Discouraged? Just plain mad? Then you might want to Help America Love Again by marching through the streets of Salt Lake City to show the world that we are here for one another. Who makes the decisions about America's future? You do, and you should shout it out with love. Bring your uplifting and peaceful signs, as this demonstration is not about fighting fire with fire. It's all about love, so no hate allowed. Capitol Building, 350 N. State, 801-717-0992, Saturday, Nov. 19, 11:30 a.m., free, Bit.ly/2g3iGzy

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