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Pro Wrestling for Charity, Luminaria and Human Rights Day



Don't you just want to smack someone after this election? How about watching it happen before your very eyes while helping out a good cause? Epic Pro Wrestling and The Road Home Shelter is an event not to be missed during the holiday season. They are a professional wrestling company and a world leader in wrestling for charity. EPW has meet-and-greets with its superstars five minutes after the show. They're also accepting cash or check donations and the following items: new underwear and new or gently used warm clothing for men, women and children (all sizes), as well as new or gently used blankets. All proceeds go to The Road Home. 3060 Lester St., Saturday, Nov. 26, 11:45 a.m., $10 for adults, $3 for children,

It might be getting darker for the winter, but there is light at Thanksgiving Point. This holiday staple features a brand-new, never-before-seen holiday light experience called Luminaria: Experience the Light, set within the 55-acre Ashton Gardens and featuring a million lights. Luminaria highlights 27 "beats" for guests to enjoy featuring all the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of the holiday season. Among the attractions is a "Mosaic" that beats nearly 7,000 colorful luminaries leading the eye right to the "Tree Top." The LEDs are set to music and feature all kinds of amazing holiday images. Thanksgiving Point, 3003 Thanksgiving Way, Lehi, 801-768-2300, Friday, Nov. 25-Saturday, Dec. 31, $20 for adults, $17 for seniors and children age 3-12,

Plan now for the 2016 Human Rights Day Celebration, sponsored by the Salt Lake City Mayor's Office of Diversity & Human Rights and the Salt Lake City Human Rights Commission. Proceeds go to the Human Rights Education Project, a program designed to educate Salt Lake City refugees and immigrants about their legal rights and responsibilities in the United States. Sorenson Unity Center, 1383 S. 900 West, 801-535-7734, Saturday, Dec. 10, 6-9 p.m., $25-$30,