Chocolate will engage your senses and reveal aspects of this sumptuous sweet that you’ve never thought about before. You’ll explore the plant, the products, and the culture of chocolate through the lenses of science, history, and popular culture.
301 Wakara Way
Special exhibit included with museum admission
Adults $11, Seniors 65 and over $9, Youth 13-24 $9, Children 3-12 $8, Children 2 and under free
Free for museum members and University of Utah students, faculty and staff with valid ID
"Dead Sea Scrolls: Life and Faith in Ancient Times" includes one of the largest collections of the priceless 2,000-year-old Dead Sea Scrolls. Discovered by a shepherd in 1947, the Scrolls contain the oldest known copies of the Hebrew Bible. On display with the Scrolls are more than 600 objects from the Biblical to Byzantine Period in Israel, including many that have never been publicly exhibited.
209 E. 500 S.
Nov. 23, 2013- April 27, 2014
Alfred Lambourne spent a year on Gunnison Island sketching and painting the Great Salt Lake. You can see the stark beauty of the landscape in his sketches in the exhibition The Savage Poem Around Me. On this Third Saturday, make your own journal sketchbook to sketch your surroundings.
Saturday, Feb. 15, 1-4 p.m.
410 Campus Center Dr.
Sledding at Gorgoza or Soldier Hollow
President's Day weekend is a great time to try one of the two lift-assisted sledding parks in the Park City area: Gorgoza Park and Soldier Hollow. Tickets are $11-$30 per person, depending on age and how many hours you spend on the hill. Tubes are included. Call for conditions before you go.