Monday, June 20, 2011Monday : wisdom teeth and local events! at 10:41 AM
I want to start off by giving a hearty thank you to to uncommon grounds, now known as cafe mergot, for the wonderful benefit party for my wisdom teeth. They were able to raise a good amount of funds! After lots of phone calls and research it looks like i will going to salt lake to get it done. I had an appointment with a local dentist for Tuesday but after talking to them again it turns out it's a lot more than i can afford. There is a place in SLC called DR.wisdom teeth and it is a clinic that ONLY does wisdom teeth. they have the best prices i have ever seen: $900 for all 4 or $800 for 2. Since it is only a $100 difference i am shooting for all 4. I need Almost $700 more and i am hoping i can come up with some rad ideas to raise it fast because the discomfort of rebellious impacted wisdom teeth is almost as fun as falling face first down metal bleachers, yea i have had that happen to me... NOT fun. If anyone had some fun ideas please by all means comment with them. And if you are feeling especially generous here is my FundMe page : http://www.gofundme.com/indieogden
Also in store this week are 2 amaaaaaaazing giveaways!
you can win a a pair of Blowfish shoes on my twitter page! go HERE for details!
Win a $25 gift certificate to soap hope all natural beauty products, go HERE for details.
Allrighty today's events are:
Come enjoy Monday Night at the Amphitheater:
Previewing: How to Train Your Dragon (Rated PG). Movie starts at Dusk. A hapless young Viking who aspires to hunt dragons becomes the unlikely friend of a young dragon himself, and learns there may be more to the creatures than he assumed. 98 min.
Summer sizzle, arts and entertainment:
The Ogden Nature Center brings the amazing world of eagles to the Library.
Matt Harlan and Brian Hudson:
If you were there, you fell in love with him last May and just over one year later, Matt Harlan returns to the BEE! All the way from Houston, TX, a Susanne Millsaps Performing Songwriter Showcase Finalist AND fresh from the Telluride Troubadour competition, His album, Tips and Compliments (2010), debuted at #1 on the Euro-Americana charts. For more information on Matt, see mattharlan.com.
Joining Matt for the duo's “Summer Ramble” Tour is Brian Hudson, an Austin-based singer/songwriter. In October of 2010, he released his first solo album, Into the Black, which earned some great press, including being named the Best Concept Album of 2010 by the Duluth News Tribune. For more information on Brian, see brianhudsonmusic.com.
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