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Ogden’s First Friday Art Walk recurs this Friday, March 4, 2022, from 6-9 p.m., throughout downtown Ogden and at Weber State University.

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Open Studio Night at The Monarch features live music, a beer garden and more than 40 creative studios to see on the art walk this Friday, March 4, 2022.

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“Van Sessions” is a live music podcast that listeners can attend to watch interviews and performances.

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Weber State Theater’s “Nunsense” runs one more weekend, Thursday through Saturday, March 3-5, 2022. Find tickets at weberstatetickets.com.

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It’s time for another Wigs & Brunch at WB’s Eatery in Ogden this Sunday, March 6, 2022. Find tickets at wbseatery.com.

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Ogden First Friday Art Walk

Ogden’s First Friday Art Walk features unique art exhibits and activities at various locations, from Union Station, to historic 25th Street to the Monarch. There are also activities at Junction and Washington Avenue as well as the Eccles Art Center and Weber State University. Get your map at The Corner, the white building on the corner of Washington and 25th Street, and follow these social media for details: IG @Ogden_Arts / Le_coin_OgdenFB @OgdenCityArts / The corner / OgdensPremierFridayArtPromenade.

To see during your walk in March:

  • Weber County Main Library – Railtown’s First Readings with Utah Poet Laureate Paisley Rekdal and Weber State’s Courtney Craggett
  • Ogden Union Station – Community Art Show
  • The Monarch – Open Studio Night, “Van Sessions”, beer garden, creative studios, book signing, specials, art exhibits, live music with Fever Dream and Wood Carver
  • Dumke Arts Plaza — Chakaia Booker’s first exhibition
  • Shaw Gallery at WSU – new exhibition “All Together, Amongst Many: Reflections on Empathy”
  • Davinci Academy – ScArt Night Student Art Exhibit at DaVinci Academy
  • Brookey Bakes – featured artist Noelle Perry
  • Gallery 25 — guest artist Susan Jordan
  • Cara Koolmees Gallery – upstairs at 256 Historic 25th St.
  • Eccles Art Center – Utah Watercolor Society Two Star/Signature Spring Exhibition
  • Ogden Contemporary Arts Center — “LAND BODY” Exhibition
  • The Bonneville Space – solo exhibition with original art by Signs From Someone Else
  • The Local Artisan Collective at The Junction – featured artist Rose Wambsganss of Art by Rose, lessons and demos
  • Wasatch Roasting Company – Wizards of the Woods pieces by artist Morgan Thomas

Friday, 6-9 p.m.; various Ogden locations; free; ogdencity.com/770/First-Friday-Art-Strol.

Open Studio Night + ‘Van Sessions’

Every first Friday, Open Studio Night at The Monarch features live music, adult drinks and art exhibits at over 40 creative studios.

Here is the March schedule:

  • “Van Sessions” Live Music Podcast with Fever Dream and Wood Carver
  • Art box featuring SLC oil painter Moni Ellee
  • OCA Center “LAND BODY” exhibition
  • Custom cedar ski panels by Austin Luckett in Studio 3
  • Art exhibitions in the creative studios

Friday, 6-9 p.m.; The Monarch, 455 25th St.; free; themonarchogden.com/happenings.

‘Nonsense’

It’s the last weekend to see the Weber State Theater’s presentation of one of the biggest off-Broadway musical hits in history at the Eccles Theater. “Nunsense,” which opened in 1985 and ran for 10 years, is about the surviving nuns of Hoboken who start a variety show to raise money to bury the sisters they lost after a food poisoning tragedy and end up giving the performance of a lifetime. The “breathtaking musical revue is filled with song and dance, laughter and characters so quirky they’re almost heavenly,” reads the event page. Director Andrew Barratt Lewis expects tickets to sell out early for the family production. “This show is always extremely well received and our theater is small,” he said.

Now until Saturday, 7:30 p.m. (Saturday matinee at 2 p.m.); The Eccles Theater, 3950 W. Campus Drive; $15/$12 students and children/$10 groups of 10 or more; weberstatetickets.com.

Wigs & Brunch

WB’s Eatery is here to provide “memorable experiences that offer collectibles, edibles, and a show!” Every first Sunday, see Sequoia and her guest queens at the live Wigs & Brunch show hosted by WB’s Eatery. Doors open at 10:30 a.m. for brunch and drinks.

Sunday, 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.; WB’s Eatery, 455 25th St.; $10; wbseatrey.com.



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