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Weekend Express: Memorial Day, Dreamathon, cowboys

First Published May 24 2014 02:11PM      Last Updated May 23 2014 07:27 pm

(Steve Griffin | The Salt Lake Tribune) A mural painted on lockers inside the old Granite High School building in Salt Lake City, Utah Thursday, May 15, 2014. The old building will house "Dreamathon," an interactive art exhibit that utilizes murals, photography, music, writing and storytelling to empower visitors to discover and live their dreams. Over 150 artisans from the local community have joined together to create a landscape of dreams by transforming the main section of the historic building.

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Memorial Day observances » Go to an online listing here.

Moab Arts Festival and Beer and Wine Festival » Live music, beer tastings and wine tastings plus art for sale and cultural entertainment. Information, www.moabartsfestival.org or 435-259-2742.

When: 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday

Where: Swanny Park, 400 N. 100 West, Moab

Admission: Free



10th Annual Cowboy Poetry and Western Music Festival » Step back in Utah history and celebrate ranching history with food, Western music, poetry, rides in a historic wagon, carriage or buggy, cowboys and more. Information, www.cowboylegendsai.com/.

When: All day Saturday, Sunday and Monday

Where: Antelope Island State Park, Fielding Garr Ranch, Syracuse

Admission: Park entrance is $10 per vehicle, up to eight people

Dreamathon » The old Granite High School will host a creative and interactive exhibit that inspires visitors to follow their dreams with rooms filled with artwork and other dreams discovered and shared. Information, thedreampress.com/dreamathon/.

When: 5-10 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m.-11 p.m. Saturday

Where: Granite High School, 3300 S. 500 East

Admission: $3

 

 

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