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As one of the long time clients, the University of Utah booked SLPS for their fall Crimson Nights events, run by the Union Programming Council (UPC) in the Student Union Building. This has been an annual/semi-annual event for SLPS for a number of years, and we are always happy to return and give free readings to students during the party. SLPS gives a discounted hourly rate, but the non stop lines and benefits from helping students is well worth the hours on a Friday night. Muad’Dib reading many hands from 7-1am.

Crimson Nights Fall 2018, Muad’Dib doing free palm readings, University of Utah Student Union Collegiate Room, Friday, October 19, 2018, Salt Lake City, UT

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President Muad’Dib and SLPS adviser Woman Between the Wolves had a great time tabling at Plazafest II this past week on Wednesday, January 8, 2014 from 11am-2pm in the University of Utah’s Student Union Ballroom. With snow falling outside, the usual free tarot helped attract interested persons and snow dodgers to the group and get acquainted with a few pagans. Some of the passersby that stopped for a reading had had positive experiences with SLPS free tarot from previous semesters and were return patrons! A few brochures flew off the table and SLPS hopes to see those folks at the next Witches’ Tea!

Plazafest II, Muad’Dib doing free tarot, Wednesday, January 8, 2014, University of Utah Student Union, Salt Lake City, UT

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With the arrival of fall semester and the return of the students, it is time for tabling again at two of the big events of the beginning of the fall season. Plazafest and Welcome Week are back.  On Thursday, August 29, 2013 SLPS will be tabling from 10am-2pm giving free tarot card readings and more information about the Salt Lake Pagan Society. If you’re in the area, stop by the booth on the west lawn of the U of U Student Union Building. At 3pm there will be a full moon ritual at the flag pole at president’s circle. Hope to see you all there!

full moon flyer SLPS U Campus August 29, 2013

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