6th Annual Oasis Summer Nights
Junior League of Ogden Hosts Sixth Annual Oasis Summer Nights
Ogden, Utah—The Junior League of Ogden will be hosting a farmer’s market and music festival every Thursday in August at the Oasis Community Garden. The garden is located at 2445 Monroe Avenue in Ogden.
In its sixth year, Oasis Summer Nights is a community event that includes a mini farmer’s market and live music every Thursday in August from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. There is no cost to attend. There will be family-friendly activities, yoga, craft vendors, local products and live entertainment.
The music lineup:
August 3rd: Melody Pulsipher
August 10th: Marny Lion Proudfit
August 17th: The Wednesday People
August 24th: Default Minds and Imagine Music
August 31st: Vincent Draper and The Culls
Oasis Summer Nights is a way for the community to enjoy the 1.7-acre space that started as a project in 2002 for the Junior League of Ogden. Once an inner-city lot, the Oasis Community Garden has flourished into a grassy lawn with 38 plots of a lush array of vegetation.
Coinciding with our first Oasis Summer Night, on August 3rd, the Junior League of Ogden will gather with those interested in learning more about the JLO. The non-profit organization is committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.
For more information about the Junior League of Ogden, visit juniorleagueogden.org.
The Junior League of Ogden was founded in 1953, having grown from the Martha Society which was originally launched in 1906. Their community projects address some of Northern Utah’s most critical issues, primarily those affecting women and children. Current projects include the Oasis Community Garden, Oasis Learning Pavilion, Women’s Health Connection and Dental Days. Past projects include the Bertha Eccles Art Center, Union Station Restoration Project, Ogden Nature Center and many more.
The Junior League of Ogden is a member of the Association of Junior Leagues International, a group made up of 292 Junior Leagues in the United States, Canada, Mexico and the United Kingdom. Together, they are one of the largest international volunteer organization for women interested in making a positive impact in their communities.