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Utah's main streets define the character of our communities as much as our cities and national parks. Through innovation, resilience and hope, small business owners in Salt Lake County and throughout the state are rising to meet the challenges of the 21st century. Visit Salt Lake and the Utah Office of Tourism invite you to join KSL as we hear the inspiring stories of these small business owners in a series we call Mighty Main Street.

Mighty Main Street Podcast Bonneville Salt Lake

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Utah's main streets define the character of our communities as much as our cities and national parks. Through innovation, resilience and hope, small business owners in Salt Lake County and throughout the state are rising to meet the challenges of the 21st century. Visit Salt Lake and the Utah Office of Tourism invite you to join KSL as we hear the inspiring stories of these small business owners in a series we call Mighty Main Street.

    The State Room is keeping live entertainment alive in Salt Lake City pt. 1

    The State Room is keeping live entertainment alive in Salt Lake City pt. 1

    A conversation over a bowl of soup led friends Chris Mautz and Darin Piccoli to create a music promotion company that has been the driving force behind numerous concerts around Salt Lake, Live! at the Eccles, the State Room, and the Commonwealth Room. Now their innovation and bright outlook give hope to the future of live entertainment in our state's capitol.  

    Utah’s main streets define the character of our communities, as much as our cities and national parks.

    Through innovation, resilience and hope, small business owners in Salt Lake County and throughout the state are rising to meet the challenges of the 21st century.

    Visit Salt Lake and the Utah Office of Tourism invite you to join us as we hear the inspiring stories of these small business owners in a series we call Mighty Main Street.

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 8 мин.
    The State Room is keeping live entertainment alive in Salt Lake City pt. 1

    The State Room is keeping live entertainment alive in Salt Lake City pt. 1

    A conversation over a bowl of soup led friends Chris Mautz and Darin Piccoli to create a music promotion company that has been the driving force behind numerous concerts around Salt Lake, Live! at the Eccles, the State Room, and the Commonwealth Room. Now their innovation and bright outlook give hope to the future of live entertainment in our state's capitol.  

    Utah’s main streets define the character of our communities, as much as our cities and national parks.

    Through innovation, resilience and hope, small business owners in Salt Lake County and throughout the state are rising to meet the challenges of the 21st century.

    Visit Salt Lake and the Utah Office of Tourism invite you to join us as we hear the inspiring stories of these small business owners in a series we call Mighty Main Street.

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 8 мин.
    The Red Butte concert series is underway, the garden is in full swing and events have begun pt. 2

    The Red Butte concert series is underway, the garden is in full swing and events have begun pt. 2

    Thank goodness for the inspiration of so many to have the U of U dedicate 100 acres for our Red Butte botanical garden that is known for their conservation and environmental education. Executive Deputy Director, Derreck Hansen, is thrilled for the Red Butte concert series which is underway. The garden is also hosting events and is the most stunning back drop for weddings and summer camp hosting 250 events yearly. You also have to check out the kids garden area made just for them, or find out about gardening classes with water conservation tips. As we all initiate self-care, the Yoga, mindfulness meditation and Tai Chi classes are a hit.

    The Red Butte Garden’s Mission is to connect people with plants and the beauty of living landscapes which they do every day. Check out all that’s happening at redbuttegarden.org.

     

    Utah’s main streets define the character of our communities, as much as our cities and national parks.

    Through innovation, resilience and hope, small business owners in Salt Lake County and throughout the state are rising to meet the challenges of the 21st century.

    Visit Salt Lake and the Utah Office of Tourism invite you to join us as we hear the inspiring stories of these small business owners in a series we call Mighty Main Street.

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 8 мин.
    The Red Butte concert series is underway, the garden is in full swing and events have begun pt.1

    The Red Butte concert series is underway, the garden is in full swing and events have begun pt.1

    Thank goodness for the inspiration of so many to have the U of U dedicate 100 acres for our Red Butte botanical garden that is known for their conservation and environmental education. Executive Deputy Director, Derreck Hansen, is thrilled for the Red Butte concert series which is underway. The garden is also hosting events and is the most stunning back drop for weddings and summer camp hosting 250 events yearly. You also have to check out the kids garden area made just for them, or find out about gardening classes with water conservation tips. As we all initiate self-care, the Yoga, mindfulness meditation and Tai Chi classes are a hit.

    The Red Butte Garden’s Mission is to connect people with plants and the beauty of living landscapes which they do every day. Check out all that’s happening at redbuttegarden.org.

     

    Utah’s main streets define the character of our communities, as much as our cities and national parks.

    Through innovation, resilience and hope, small business owners in Salt Lake County and throughout the state are rising to meet the challenges of the 21st century.

    Visit Salt Lake and the Utah Office of Tourism invite you to join us as we hear the inspiring stories of these small business owners in a series we call Mighty Main Street.

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 8 мин.
    The Downtown Farmers Market supports local first Part 2

    The Downtown Farmers Market supports local first Part 2

    30 years ago, Downtown Alliance started our first Farmers Market in Salt Lake City to support our farmers, ranchers, artist and food vendors growing to 190 food vendors and 190 artists. The Winter market kicked off 8 years ago and is now in the Gateway which Director, Allison Einerson, loves. Even though they have had some contraction with the market due to Covid restrictions on spacing, Allison is seeing new ideas and vendors taking advantage of the low barrier to entry. Allison can rightfully boast about businesses that launched and took off because of the Downtown Farmers market like Rico Foods, Beltex Meats and the Soap Lady to name a few. Don’t forget to find out about the canning classes and especially Allison’s bread and butter pickling class. The Downtown Farmers Market supports locals first and their mission is shopping to show our farmers and ranchers the love. June 5th is the open date.

    Go to downtownslc.org for more.

    Utah’s main streets define the character of our communities, as much as our cities and national parks.

    Through innovation, resilience and hope, small business owners in Salt Lake County and throughout the state are rising to meet the challenges of the 21st century.

    Visit Salt Lake and the Utah Office of Tourism invite you to join us as we hear the inspiring stories of these small business owners in a series we call Mighty Main Street.

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 8 мин.
    The Downtown Farmers Market supports local first Part 1

    The Downtown Farmers Market supports local first Part 1

    30 years ago, Downtown Alliance started our first Farmers Market in Salt Lake City to support our farmers, ranchers, artist and food vendors growing to 190 food vendors and 190 artists. The Winter market kicked off 8 years ago and is now in the Gateway which Director, Allison Einerson, loves. Even though they have had some contraction with the market due to Covid restrictions on spacing, Allison is seeing new ideas and vendors taking advantage of the low barrier to entry. Allison can rightfully boast about businesses that launched and took off because of the Downtown Farmers market like Rico Foods, Beltex Meats and the Soap Lady to name a few. Don’t forget to find out about the canning classes and especially Allison’s bread and butter pickling class. The Downtown Farmers Market supports locals first and their mission is shopping to show our farmers and ranchers the love. June 5th is the open date.

    Go to downtownslc.org for more.

    Utah’s main streets define the character of our communities, as much as our cities and national parks.

    Through innovation, resilience and hope, small business owners in Salt Lake County and throughout the state are rising to meet the challenges of the 21st century.

    Visit Salt Lake and the Utah Office of Tourism invite you to join us as we hear the inspiring stories of these small business owners in a series we call Mighty Main Street.

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 10 мин.

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