Mr. Marmalade
Apr19

Mr. Marmalade

I first heard about Mr. Marmalade directly from the owner of Good Company Theatre, Alicia Washington.  She gave a presentation at a meeting I attended, going over the history of the theatre and introducing some productions, past and present.  I knew I needed to attend one.  I recently went to another local theater production and jumped at the chance to see Mr. Marmalade. The setting of the play is the living room of four-year old...

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Indie Ogden Visits the Tulip Festival + A giveaway!
Apr11

Indie Ogden Visits the Tulip Festival + A giveaway!

On a bright April day I took a well-worth-it drive South to Thanksgiving Point’s 55-acre gardens. The Tulip Festival awaited me on its opening day! I couldn’t have been a happier girl; camera in hand and Spring in the air. The Tulip Festival is so unique because it displays more than 250,000 tulips! But it’s not just a walk through a garden. I also enjoyed the sights of their waterfall, explored the vendor booths, enjoyed a frappe...

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Help “Build Hope” By Attending Habitat for Humanity Gala
Apr05

Help “Build Hope” By Attending Habitat for Humanity Gala

Habitat for Humanity of Weber and Davis Counties invites the community to their “Build Hope” Gala on April 11th, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., at Hub 801 (3525 Riverdale Road, Ogden, Utah 84405).  Since 2002 they have built 10 homes for local families in need – almost one home each year! They want to exceed that though, and build two homes a year. They also want to help 20 current homeowners per year with home repairs. They...

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Ogden Area Influencers Summit Recap
Mar20

Ogden Area Influencers Summit Recap

What an incredible day! I am so proud to call Ogden my home and on days like this when I get to sit in a room full of people who love Ogden as much as I do, swoon! The Ogden Influencers Summit was an event to unite local bloggers, Instarammers and other influencers with local businesses and organizations. It was a way for all of us who follow each other online to meet face to face and make real connections. It was everything I hoped...

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Madama Butterfly
Mar06

Madama Butterfly

Tonight (3/5) Weber State’s Performing Arts department, under the direction of Karen Bruestle, performed Puccini’s Madama Butterfly. This was Weber State’s first tragedy. It is also in Italian and the first opera they have done with no dialogue what so ever. Tonight was the culmination of four months of hard work.   Madama Butterfly takes place in 20th century Nagasaki, Japan. It is the story of a girl’s...

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Taste the Local Love of South Ogden City
Mar03

Taste the Local Love of South Ogden City

South Ogden City invited residents to “Taste the Local Love” event on March 2nd. True to it’s name, there was a lot of local love there. It was our second and best one. People came to sample what the city has to offer, including local restaurants, boutiques and businesses. We moved to South Ogden over a year ago, and really like living here. It’s a laid back, friendly and diverse place that has, as someone described it, just a...

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