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***GIVEAWAY***


It's no secret The Salt Project loves the creative arts. We love the idea of exposing our kids to theatres, ballets and art classes. Utah has many places that are kid friendly.

This week, we are giving away 4 tickets to each of the Saturday showings (2pm and 7:30pm) of Alice in Wonderland at the Peery Theater in Ogden performed by Imagine Ballet Theatre.

Leave a comment below with which time you'd like to go and why you love the creative arts. Extra entries on Instagram!

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Marissa garner Wed, 04/06/2016 - 16:21

I love watching my kids discover and renew their love of the arts. They get so excited and it helps motivate them reach for their own dreams. It makes everything seem more possible when they see beauty someone else has created. We would love to go see the ballet. 2 would be an ideal time for us.

angie lassig Wed, 04/06/2016 - 20:20

Sat. @2pm
I have been a lover of the arts since I was a child. And I can see the spark starting to show in my kids so winning these tickets would help flame that fire.

Jade Wed, 04/06/2016 - 20:34

This looks like such a great experience! It's cool to hear about places like this- it's more affordable than the ballets put on in down town salt lake, and I'm sure still a great show!

Antonella Cattaneo Wed, 04/06/2016 - 20:42

My mom was a ballerina when she was in her 20's and she would go crazy if I surprised her with tickets to this show!

Lizzie Wed, 04/06/2016 - 22:20

Ballet allowed me to express myself when my shyness overcame me as a child and Alice in Wonderland remains a most favorite story 60 years later!
Friday evening would be a most exquisite time to share this timeless story.

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