OGDEN -- Today is a day members of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Ogden are using to promote change.
At 10 a.m., members and others will take part in a rally at City Hall Park on 25th Street and Washington Boulevard referred to as Occupy Ogden.
The rally will include an information table, speakers, sign-making and stories of people's struggles with unemployment, loss of retirement savings, foreclosure and health issues.
At 6:30 p.m., members will host an activist fair at the church located at 705 23rd Street in Ogden.
Groups including Equality Utah, Planned Parenthood, ACLU, Coalition of Religious Communities, an anti-poverty group; PFLAG, OUTreach and others are all planning to attend with tables and information.
Following the fair is a concert featuring Emma's Revolution.
The group includes Pat Humphries and Sandy O, internationally known activist musicians in the tradition of Pete Seeger and Holly Near, states a press release from the church.
The duo has performed on television programs including Democracy Now and All Things Considered.
More information about the vocalists is available at http://emmasrevolution.com/.
Concert tickets are $15 in advance. They are available on-line at solsongs.com.
They are $18 at the door or $10 for students or low income.