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  1. Calendar Overlay West Valley City Council Meetings (2)
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West Valley City Council Meetings

  1. West Valley City Council Study Meeting

    September 25, 2018, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

    The West Valley City Council meets the first four Tuesdays of every month unless otherwise noticed. The public is welcome.

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  2. West Valley City Council Meeting

    September 25, 2018, 6:30 PM @ West Valley City Hall Council Chambers

    The West Valley City Council meets the first four Tuesdays of every month unless otherwise noticed. The public is welcome.

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West Valley City Events

  1. Utah Travels Gallery Exhibit and Opening Reception

    September 6, 2018 - October 17, 2018 @ Utah Cultural Celebration Center

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  2. Hands-Only CPR Class

    September 19, 2018, 6:00 PM @ West Valley City Fire Station 74

    Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) is a life-saving emergency technique of administering chest compressions to a victim in cardiac arrest. Nationally, bystanders start CPR about 40 percent of the time. In Utah, the rate is much lower -- about 20 percent. For every minute that CPR is delayed, a victim's chance of survival drops by ten percent; if you wait even five minutes, the chance of survival is cut in half! Hands-only CPR does not require mouth-to-mouth. By simply administering chest compressions, you can save a life!

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  3. Women of Trachis by Sophocles

    September 21, 2018, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Utah Cultural Celebration Center Amphitheater

    The 48th Annual Classical Greek Theatre Festival presents “Women of Trachis” by Sophocles, translated by C.K. William and Gregory W. Dickerson, adapted and directed by Javen Tanner. Tickets: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?show=88063 $18 for adults; $9 for full-time students with ID; free for Westminster students, staff, and faculty Mutability; uncertainty; a universe of precipitous change: these themes are at the heart of Sophocles' tragic vision. But nowhere are they elaborated with more urgency than in “Women of Trachis.” There are no subtle shifts of fortune's favors in this tragedy, only stunning and total reversals, a relentless spinning of her fickle wheel. Thesis moves to crushing antithesis with an unparalleled violence at the moment of transformation. This translation at last rescues the immense lyrical power and tragic grandeur of the play from obscurity, restoring the music of a poetry originally meant to be sung and danced collectively.

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