Event Reminder! Steve Harper on the First Vision, January 28, Plus Parking Info/Directions!

By January 27, 2010

Looking forward to seeing  you on Thursday at 7 pm for Steve Harper’s lecture in room 101 of the Carolyn Tanner Irish Humanities Building at the University of Utah. There is a bit of construction in the area, so I’m putting up this map to show where to go to get to the building and parking area. This is the unaltered map.  [See the SLMSSA website at this link for a marked map showing where to go]:

So, follow the arrows, that’s 500 S. (starts out as 400 S. and turns into 500 S.), go until Mario Capecchi Drive and turn left. Follow Mario Capecchi until you come to the Legacy Bridge. As you pass under it, get into the left lane cuz you will be turning left almost immediately after at the stoplight. This is Wasatch Drive. Turn left at Wasatch Drive. Turn left at the third turn into a parking area. There is a sign at the entrance. Here is a picture:

Go straight, it will twist around and you’ll come to another sign just like this one pictured. As you can see on the map, you’ll have to turn a bit into the red parking area. The Carolyn Tanner Irish Humanities Building is circled on the above map. Parking is free after 6 pm and there should be plenty of it by then.

Print this map out or take down the information before you leave home. Here is a link to one map that shows the building and roads [note the intersection of Wasatch and Mario Capecchi. Also note that this map does not show the third enterance, which now appears about where the word “Wasatch” is–follow the little beige road back to the parking area by the CTIHB].

I hope that helps.

We will meet for dinner at Moochie’s (232 E. 800 S. Salt Lake City) From there it’s just a short drive to campus. Here is a map. The easiest way to get from Moochie’s to the lecture is just to go north up to 400 S. and following that street East until it turns into 500 S. and then refer to the map posted above.

Ok, look forward to seeing you for dinner and the lecture! If you have any questions, please email saltlakemormonstudies@gmail.com. If you’d like a phone number where you can reach someone at the event (you know, just in case you get lost or something), just email and ask. Thanks again!

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  1. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to make it tomorrow. I hope to attend these lectures in the future. I have to say, though, that you have made my life easier by informing me that the lot by the CTIHB is free after 6 – I’ve been parking at the Institute for my Wednesday evening class.

    Comment by Nate — January 27, 2010 @ 11:19 am

  2. Oh, dinner is at 5:15, I thought I put that on.

    Comment by Jared T. — January 28, 2010 @ 1:01 am

  3. Is anyone definitely driving from dinner to the lecture (someone with an extra seatbelt for someone who is not a student but would like to attend)?

    Comment by Mark Ashurst-McGee — January 28, 2010 @ 10:55 am

  4. I am, Mark. You can come along with me.

    Comment by Jared T. — January 28, 2010 @ 11:41 am


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