More Markets, Women’s Parties, Concerts & Art Exhibitions Coming to Monarch | News, Sports, Jobs
The monarch was in turmoil with ongoing events in October. Open Studio Night and “Van Sessions” with Josaleigh Pollett and Fur Foxen kicked off on October 1, followed by the Casino Night fundraiser to benefit Youth Impact, the “Boo-Nanza” Halloween Market, from Brue’s debut concert in Ogden, Imani Winds and Hot Club of San Francisco by Onstage Ogden, The Witches’ inaugural party, “Bites, Brews & Tunes” with the release party of Old Ghost’s single, “Troll 2” featured by the 9 Rails Film Festival and more, filling the spacious historic venue with warmth and joy throughout the month.
And so far, November shows no signs of stopping. In addition to special events presented by community organizations such as Indie Ogden and Ogden Friends of Acoustic Music, the new specialty markets and women’s parties introduced by The Monarch last month will continue into November and into the New Year.
Open Studio Night and Van Sessions have been a regular ‘First Friday’ event, and now there’s the Monarch Market – vendors of specialty foods and crafts, live music, beer garden – which will take place twice a year. month, every second Saturday and last Saturday, starting in January after the holidays. Special themed women’s parties will give women a needed break to relax and have fun with friends on the third Thursday of the month.
Monthly events for The Monarch in November include:
Open Studio Night & ‘Van Sessions’
Photo provided, Ruth Silver
Friday, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Open Studio Night fills The Monarch every first Friday with live music, food, hands-on art, workshops and art exhibits at over 40 creative studios. The November lineup includes “Van Sessions” with indie rock band Ogden Compass Rose, the OCA Center exhibition “Life, Death, Justice”, a live typographic demo by Thomas Studio, award-winning local artist Rose Wambsganss at Art Box, Dia de Los Celebration of Muertos with Las Cafeteras, Mariachi Aguilas de Esperanza and Ballet Folklorico, art exhibitions in creation studios and more.
“Swallow ’til you wobble”
Saturday, November 13, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., free
Photo provided, Walter Wlodarczyk
“We have everything except the turkey! Says the description of the event. “Come start your carb game early with our delicious food vendors (you’ll have to wait for the stuffing and the green bean casserole).” DJ Bryson will be spinning in The Gist for you to burn those holiday indulgences. And with the Ninth Muse Academy of Art and Davinci Academy hosting arts and crafts, even children will be entertained. Roman and Gray Co. candles, Northern Stitches, Tulanari jewelry, Logos Coffee, Petra’s Backstubchen, James Pies, Delicius Venezualan food, Brookey Bakes and many more will delight all your senses. After shopping, enjoy a free concert by the new band SLC Vinyl Koala near the beer garden.
“The calm before the storm”
A girls night
Thursday November 18, 6-9 p.m., free
The monarch says: “They are coming… your mother-in-law, your cousin with her latest MLM pitch, your brother and your sisters with their ‘friendly’ political debates. Before the ravages of the holidays, come relax with your daughters and enjoy drinks (alcohol-free too!), Skin care, amazing artwork, jewelry, soaps, candles and more. Not only is a huge market full of holiday gifts and personal care items, but also vendors such as JBud Ranch Soaps, Gisel Macrame’s Knots, BadBatch Sister Home Decor, Aeree Naturals Skin Care, clothing and art She Knows, You Are Uniquely Magic and many more. Following. Then unwind with a whole range of solid entertainment: and an intimate concert with the Dustbowl Collective, the Ogden Comedy Club to pump your endorphins and giggle, and fitness dancers Kairos Poll.
For more information visit facebook.com/TheMonarchOgden.
Community organized events at Monarch in November:
Dia de Los Muertos at the Monarch
From now to Friday, hours vary, free
The five-day celebration of Latin culture, community inclusion and the arts – Dia de Los Muertos at The Monarch – began Monday with the opening of a community altar dedicated to COVID-19 victims and continues with free events throughout the week thanks to the generous support of RAMP, Ogden City Arts, Utah Arts & Museums, WESTAF / NEA and other partners. “A real community engagement and a real partnership” is what the event organizer Cirilo Franco strived to do for the celebration. “I wanted to organize an event in Ogden that would attract the Latino community, because a lot of art events in town are not aimed at this under-represented community,” he said. Coming up is the Ogden City School District student art and music showcase on Wednesday, the Latino Film Fest Thursday and a Friday night concert presented by OFOAM with Mariachi Aguilas de La Esperanza, Las Cafeteras and the Ballet Folklorico of the WSU.
Visit ofoam.org/events/dia-de-los-muertos-at-the-monarch for the complete programming of events.
Strange Ogden Market
Thursday, November 21 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Indie Ogden presents “Things Getting & Giving Day” at Ogden Bizarre this month at Monarch. Just in time for the holidays, this special bizarre market features a food drive and raffle, in addition to local vendors, food, art, and music. “When you think of shopping for the holidays, take a moment and find Ogden’s small businesses to shop instead of big box stores or Amazon,” Ogden Bizarre Market said on its media page. social. “When you shop ‘little’ you help grow our community and you give joy to those faces who work so hard to give you all their gifts and talents.” The ability to buy locally at this month’s Bizarre will help support artists and designers such as Shady Mays Designs, Signs From Someone Else, Lyricstarshine Creations, Clair De Lune Crystals, Moonstone Aromas, Vulture Vixens, Sauced Up Salsa, Petrichor Soaps, Soy Murga Candles, Macs Arts and many more.
For more information visit indieogden.com.