Casual Friday: Weekend Events & Outdoors Report

Outdoor Notes

— TribuneHike of the week: Deuel Creek North

— TribuneUtah sportsmen outraged by gas, oil leasing on Book Cliffs 

— TribuneLearning to rock climb with a purpose 

— TribunePrettyman: SITLA’s pending deal should surprise no one 

— For the latest wildlife news and information and the fishing report visit the DWR website

Weekend Events

New Films

— Closed Circuit: Tribune review 

— The Grandmaster: Tribune review 

— In a World?…?:  Tribune review 

Concerts

— Bless4, Friday, 7:30 p.m., Brigham Young Historic Park, State Street and 2nd Avenue (North Temple), Salt Lake City, free

— Justin and Cecily Bills, tenor and soprano, Saturday, 7:30 p.m., Temple Square Assembly Hall, 67 East South Temple, Salt Lake City, free

— Salt Lake City Jazz Festival, Sunday, 2 p.m., Gallivan Center, 239 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, $16

— Moab Music Festival, through September 9, venues vary

— Organ concerts, every Saturday, noon, and every Sunday, 2 p.m., Temple Square Assembly Hall, free

Theater

— “Anything Goes” through August 30, Utah Shakespearean Festival

— “King John” through August 30, Utah Shakespearean Festival

— “Legally Blonde: The Musical” through August 31, Midvale Main Street Theatre

— “Love’s Labour’s Lost” through August 31, Utah Shakespearean Festival

— “The Tempest” through August 31, Utah Shakespearean Festival

— “Twelve Angry Men” through August 31, Utah Shakespearean Festival

— “Saturday’s Voyeur” through September 1, Salt Lake Acting Company 

— “Eric Jensen’s Charlie’s Aunt” through September 13, Off Broadway Theatre

— “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” through September 14, CenterPoint Legacy Theatre

— “Aida” through September 21, Terrace Plaza Playhouse, Ogden

— “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” through September 28, The Ziegfeld Theater 

— “Tarzan” through September 28, Hale Centre Theatre

— “Peter and the Starcatcher” through October 18, Utah Shakespearean Festival

— “Starlight Express” through October 24, Tuacahn Amphitheatre

— “Mary Poppins” through October 25, Tuacahn Amphitheatre

— “The Hungry Games” through November 9, Deseret Star Playhouse

Museum Exhibits

RELEVANT 2013 Show through September 1; The Simple Life Photographs by James Winegar Exhibition through September 8, Kimball Art Center

— michael whiting: 8-bit modern Exhibition through September 6; Edward Burtynsky: The Industrial Sublime Exhibition through November 16; People in a Hard Land: Iconic Images of Life in the Southwest Exhibition through December 28,  Brigham Young University Museum of Art

— Raivo Puusemp: Dissolution Exhibition through September 7; Gianni Pettena: Forgiven By Nature Exhibition through September 21; Biennial: Mondo Utah Exhibition through December 14, Utah Museum of Contemporary Art

— Martha Wilson: Staging the Self Exhibition through November 10; LAWRENCE WEINER:BENT TO A STRAIGHT AND NARROW AT A POINT OF PASSAGE Exhibition, Utah Museum of Fine Arts

— Expressions: A Walter Rane Retrospective Exhibition through December 1; Exploring Play Exhibition through January 11, 2014; Voices: People, Places and Ideas in Utah Art Exhibition through June 1, 2014, Springville Museum of Art 

 Et cetra

— Blue Moon Festival, Holladay Arts, Friday, 5 – 10 p.m., Holladay City Plaza, 2300 East and Murray Holladay Road, Salt Lake City

— Last Friday Gallery Stroll, Friday, 6 – 9 p.m., Park City

— Millcreek Venture Out! Friday, 5 p.m., Eastwood Elementary School, 3305 South Wasatch Boulevard, Salt Lake City

— Midway Swiss Days, Friday and Saturday, Midway Town Square, 100 E. Main, Midway

— The Rose Exposed, Friday and Saturday, Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center, 138 West 300 South,Salt Lake City

— Timpanogos Storytelling Festival, Friday and Saturday, Mount Timpanogos Park, Provo Canyon

— Antelope Island Stampede Festival, through Sunday, Antelope Island State Park, 4528 West 1700 South, Syracuse

— Oktoberfest, Fridays and Saturdays through October 13, Snowbird Resort

— Downtown Farmers Market, Saturdays, 8 a.m. – 2 p.m., through October 19, Pioneer Park, 300 S. 300 W., Salt Lake City