Weekly Feminist Happenings March 15th-21st

The Improvables

Tuesday, March 15th

Partnering for Better Health–Bringing Utah’s Patient Voices to Research: Patients, researchers, providers, policymakers, and payors are invited to the event to:

  1. Identify and prioritize questions related to patient-centered outcomes for Utah that are important to all stakeholders,
  2. Share best practices that facilitate patient engagement and increased identification and utilization of patient reported measures
  3. Disseminate patient-centered awareness and improve understanding of the value of integrating researchers in the health care community to address the patient, provider, payor and community perspectives
  4. Promote health services research in Utah
  5. Facilitate interaction and communication among individuals interested in patient-centered health services research

Details: From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the University of Utah Health Sciences Building (20 N 2000 E ).

Ben Lesser–Holocaust Survivor and Author Speaking at Riverton High School: Ben Lesser, Holocaust survivor and author of the book “Living a Life that Matters” will be speaking at Riverton High School on Tuesday, March 15th at 6:00PM. This event is free and open to the community. Details: From 6-8 p.m. at Riverton High School (12476 S. Sivlerwolf Way).

Wednesday, March 16th

Sense/Ability Tour: Created in collaboration with Easy to Love, Hard to Raise, SENSE/ABILITY aims to foster an accepting and understanding museum environment, in which sensory-sensitive children and their families will feel comfortable and included while discovering social concepts found in our exhibitions. Details: From 10-11 a.m. at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art (20 S. West Temple). Space is limited to 15 families. Please RSVP to Jared.Steffensen@utahmoca.org

How to Be A Bitch: Join us for another Taboo Talk on Wednesday, March 16. This time with special guest professor Kim Zarkin, giving a preview for her class offered this May Term! Details: From 6-8 p.m. at Westminster College.

Friday, March 18th

The Improvables–Femme Funny: The girls are back in town! It’s our 2nd annual Ladies’ Night show and we are so excited to gather 12 of the wittiest women on the Wasatch Front together to bring you an unforgettable night of laughter and fun! Plus, it’s for a good cause – all proceeds will go to the YWCA Women in Jeopardy Shelter Program. Help us help them by coming to the show!

Details: Show starts at 10 p.m. at the CenterPoint Legacy Theatre (523 N. 400 W., Centerville). Tickets cost $6 at the door and additional donations are more than welcome. If you have a KSL Deals Voucher, we will also be accepting those, but would appreciate an additional donation to help the cause. Doors open at 9:40 PM and all seating is on a first come, first served basis.

Monday, March 21st

The Hunting Ground screening and panel: Free and open to the public. Details: From 4-6 p.m. in the College of Social Work, Okazaki Community Meeting Room (SW 155-B).

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