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The Deseret Book tradition of the conference weekend “Ladies’ Night” events during the priesthood session continues at stores in Utah.

The “Ladies’ Night” events are on Saturday, April 1, with other events throughout the day.

Scheduled events throughout the weekend include:

City Creek (45 W. South Temple): Noon-1:30 p.m: Brad Wilcox, author of “Changed Through His Grace”; Wendee Wilcox Rosborough, author of “The Holy Week for Latter-day Saint Families”; Cade and Carrien Cheney, authors of “Our Sweet Basil Kitchen”; John Bytheway, author of “Ask of God”; John Lyde, Jasen Wade and Joshua French, actors on “Storytellers” DVD; noon-2 p.m.: Brandon Mull, author of “Dragonwatch.”

4–5:30 p.m.: Gerald Lund, author of Fire and Steel series; John Groberg, author of “Eternity Is Now”; Robert Millet, author of “Precept Upon Precept“; director and some cast members of “Love Everlasting.

6-8 p.m. (Ladies’ Night): Sarah Eden, author of “The Sheriffs of Savage Wells”; Emily Watts, author of “Once There was a Mom”; and Josi Kilpack, author of “The Vicar’s Daughter.”

Fort Union (1110 E. Fort Union Blvd., Midvale): 4–5:30 p.m.: Cade and Carrien Cheney, authors of “Our Sweet Basil Kitchen.”

6-8 p.m. (Ladies’ Night): Ganel-Lyn Condie, editor of “The Decision That Changed My Life”; Kathi Oram Peterson, author of “Breach of Trust”; Christie Gardiner, author of “You Are the Mother Your Children Need”; Susan McCloud, author of “Stories of Lucy Mack Smith”; Carrian Cheney, author of “Our Sweet Basil Kitchen” cookbook.

University Village (1076 S. 750 East, Orem): 4–5:30 p.m.: Cade and Carrien Cheney, authors of “Our Sweet Basil Kitchen”; Brad Wilcox, author of “Changed Through His Grace”; Wendee Wilcox Rosborough, author of “The Holy Week for Latter-day Saint Families”; John Lyde, Jasen Wade and Joshua French, actors on “Storytellers” DVD.

6-8 p.m. (Ladies’ Night): Breanna Olaveson, author of “Sweet is the Work”; Ranee Clark, author of “Playing for Keeps”; Anita Stansfield, author of “Color of Love.”

Draper (107 E. 12300 South, Draper): 6-8 p.m. (Ladies’ Night): A.L. Sowards, author of “Espionage.”

Layton (754 N. Main, Layton): 6-8 p.m. (Ladies’ Night): Meg Johnson, author of “When Life Gets Hard”; Ronda Hinrichsen, author of “Missing”; and Jennifer Moore, author of “Miss Whitaker Opens Her Heart.”

St. George (735 S Bluff, St. George): 4–5:30 p.m.: Mark Olgetree, author of “Just Married”; pianist Jason Lyle Black.



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