Gore School of Business Auditorium
Join the Entrada Institute, Utah’s Colorado Plateau arts and culture organization, at 6:30 on Saturday, October, 22, 2011, for a fundraising celebration with great food, live music, a theatrical reading, and a live auction.
Entrada supports the creation of new works of art relating to the Colorado Plateau, a summer series of arts and cultural events in Torrey, Utah, and sponsors scholarships for students at Wayne High School in Utah’s Wayne County.
This year’s fundraising evening will feature Debora Threedy’s new one-act play, Underground, which was inspired by the 2009 FBI artifact raid in Blanding, Utah. This innovative play explores archaeology, greed, and taking responsibility for unintended consequences. Plus, Entrada’s Ward Roylance Award will be presented to this year’s winner.
The festivities are only $10 per person and held at the Bill and Vieve Gore School of Business Auditorum at Westminster College at 1840 South 1300 East in Salt Lake City. The celebration is casual dress and open to all lovers of Utah’s red rock country.
Ticket Price: $10, includes food, beverages and entertainment – Credit cards accepted!
Call Entrada at 801-652-8684
or order online below
tickets also available at the door
The Event: includes live and silent auctions, all the proceeds from which go to supporting the programming of the Entrada Institute, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
The evening will feature a reading of Debora Threedy’s new one-act play, Underground. Inspired by the 2009 FBI artifact raid in Blanding, the play explores archaeology, greed, and taking responsibility for unintended consequences.
Steve Lutz, former Entrada president and dobro player extraordinaire, and William Barclay, renowned guitarist, fiddler, singer and songwriter, will provide a short set of traditional and original acoustic music during the pre-event reception.
In a brief live auction, attendees will have the opportunity to bid on a selection of great experiential, outdoor, and other items.
Given annually to recognize individuals and organizations combining an interest in arts and education, primarily outdoor education.