Live Well Utah Event

Join us for a fun night out with entertaining presenters, food, and door prizes.  
Choose from four hands-on workshops about food, finances, gardening, and family.

Feb. 19 | Conservation Garden Park | West Jordan, UT | 7 to 9 PM

Feb. 20 | Thanksgiving Point | Lehi, UT | 7 to 9 PM 

$10 per person (pre-registration recommended)

Registration includes refreshments, handouts, and workshop giveaways listed below.

7:00 PM Workshop Sessions
(choose one)

Come and learn how little time it takes to save money on your food bills, spend less time in the kitchen, and still have lovely meals ready for the family.

Take home ready-to-use ingredients for creating a delicious meal.

Come and learn tricks and tips for managing the family budget and how to understand your family's money habits. Find out fun ways to start the money conversation.

Take home your very own mini piggy bank!

Teresa Hunsaker is the family and consumer sciences educator for USU Extension in Weber County. She has worked for USU Extension for more than 30 years. She has authored many publications about food, finances, emergency preparedness and consumer issues. She appears regularly on KSL Studio 5. Teresa loves to cook, sew, scrapbook, work in the garden, read, camp, hike, and be involved in her community. Amanda Christensen is a USU Extension assistant professor in Morgan County. She has a master’s degree in consumer sciences and loves teaching personal financial management topics. She is a contributor on KSL Studio 5 and enjoys presenting.

8:00 PM Workshop Sessions
(choose one)

Come and learn how to extend the season by starting vegetable plants indoors. Learn which soils to use, light and temperature needs, and how to ensure a successful crop.

Take home seeding flat, seed starting soil, and vegetable seeds.

Come and learn fun and easy hands-on activities that you can do at home with your kids.  Experiment and learn about all kinds of exciting opportunities for kids.

Take home materials for your own-at home activities.

Jerry L. Goodspeed is the director of horticulture and education at the Utah State University Botanical Center in Kaysville and the Ogden Botanical Gardens in Ogden. He has been a guest on KSL Studio 5, KSL Radio’s Greenhouse Show, and co-authored the book “Wildflowers of the Mountain West.” He has also authored numerous fact sheets, news articles, publications, and website articles.
Dave Francis works for Utah State University Extension at Thanksgiving Point in the areas of 4-H Science and Junior Master Gardeners. Dave was the creator of the state-wide Aggie Adventures Day Camps and has written many 4-H publications. He has been featured on KSL Studio 5 and other Utah daytime TV shows.