Barbecue, ice cream, salsa and desserts from more than a dozen Utah food producers will be available for purchase during the Taste of Summer artisan market at the Natural History Museum of Utah.

The market will be July 20-21 and will include games and activities for families. Workshops — including tart making, the science of ice cream, herbal treats, charcuterie and mocktails — are being offered for an additional fee.

Amour Spreads, Bon Bon Gelato, Normal Ice Cream, Chio’s Churros, Salsa Queen and Smoke-a-Billy Barbecue are among the food items that will be available.

With a paid admission, visitors also can explore the museum’s 12 permanent exhibitions and its special exhibit, Yellowstone: Invisible Boundaries.

What • Taste of Summer artisan market

When • July 20-21, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Where • Natural History Museum of Utah, Rio Tinto Center, University of Utah, 301 Wakara Way

Cost • Adults, $14.95; children, 3-12, $9.95; seniors and young adults (13-24), $12.95; children 2 and younger, free. Save $2 per ticket when purchased online at https://nhmu.utah.edu/. Food items and workshops are an additional fee.

Details • To register, visit https://nhmu.utah.edu/events/taste-summer.