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Music, Water & Books



This week, you can donate that iPod you stopped using when you decided to finance your new iPhone 6 to help people with Alzheimer's disease. Then drop in on the Utah Department of Water Resources board meeting, where millions of dollars in water projects are being discussed, including refurbishing an old dam in the Uintah Mountains. You can also attend the Salt Lake City Main Library's Holiday Celebration and pick up some new reads at the book sale.

Music & Memory, Utah Coalition

The headphone company Skullcandy has donated $100,000 in headphones that will be distributed to folks living with Alzheimer's and other cognitive diseases. The Music & Memory Utah Coalition, administered by the Utah Commission on Aging, now needs a bunch of iPods to go with them. Mail or drop off new or used iPods at Salt Lake City and Park City locations of the Jewish Family Service of Utah.
Jewish Family Service, 111 E. Brickyard Road, Suite 218, Salt Lake City, 801-746-4334; 650 Round Valley Drive, Park City, 435-640-6607,

Utah Division of Water Resources Board Meeting
Thursday, Dec. 4

In addition to receiving an update on the Lake Powell pipeline project, the water resources board will be contemplating several water projects, including a request from the Dry Gulch Irrigation Company to spend $1.2 million—$1 million of which will be paid by taxpayers and bought back by the company at 1 percent interest over 25 years—to repair a dam at Atwood Lake in the High Uintah Wilderness Area.
Department of Natural Resources auditorium, 1594 W. North Temple, 801-535-7230, Dec. 4, 10 a.m.,

Friends of the City Library Holiday Book Sale
Saturday, Dec. 6

You're going to buy a bunch of books this holiday season anyway; might as well start off at the Salt Lake City Main Library's book sale, occurring instep with the library's annual holiday celebration. Other events include a performance by the Utah Symphony and a Frozen sing-along.
Salt Lake City Main Library, 210 E. 400 South, 801-524-8200, Dec. 6, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.,