Honor Indigenous Peoples Day, cheer on Utah jazz, and enjoy Halloween fun

Here’s your outlook on local events in Salt Lake City during the week of October 10-16.

Dallas Mavericks striker Maxi Kleber (42) and Utah Jazz Guard Jordan Clarkson (00) battle for control of the ball in the first half of a preseason NBA basketball game in Dallas, Wednesday, October 6, 2021. (AP Photo / Michael Ainsworth)

Monday October 11th

Tribal People’s Day:

You can honor indigenous cultures by hearing Darren Parry, a former chairman of the Northwest Band of the Shoshone Nation, talk about his book, The Bear River Massacre, which depicts the slaughter of hundreds of Shoshone men, women and children in the Year 1863 told by US Forces in what is now Preston, Idaho. This free event is part of the Utah Humanities Book Festival and will take place at 7:00 p.m. at the Salt Lake City Public Library, Glendale Branch (1375 S Concord St., Salt Lake City).

Wednesday October 13th

Cheer for Utah Jazz:

You can attend a game of Utah Jazz versus Milwaukee Bucks at Vivint Arena. Tip-off is at 7:00 pm, with remaining tickets between $ 8 and $ 600 each. The Utah Jazz and Vivint Arenas require all viewers 12 and older to provide proof of full vaccination status or a negative COVID-19 test performed within 72 hours of the game. Guests under the age of 12 can only be at the venue if they wear a mask at all times, although it is not required for anyone over 12 – highly recommended. You can book at bit.ly/3FmddvT.

Saturday October 16

Watch a live dance performance:

It’s Been a While Dance Company presents “The Haunted Forest,” the story of a couple’s night out that turns into a nightmare. Production begins at 7:30 p.m. at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center (138 W. Broadway, Salt Lake City). Masks are highly recommended, even for those who are fully vaccinated, as guests can sit without social distancing. Tickets are $ 6 for children 12 and under and $ 12 for adults.

Shop at a Halloween market:

Enjoy Halloween festivities at Makers Hive Market’s spooktacular event from 12pm to 4pm at The Gateway on the Plaza (10 Rio Grande St., Salt Lake City). This free event features a Trick or Treat path, live music, photo ops, and 25+ local manufacturers to shop at. Costumes are welcome. You can register at bit.ly/3FkTJYC.

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