The Monthly Events at our new location are held from 3PM – 5PM.
209 East 500 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
An underground parking facility can be accessed from eastbound 400 South between 200 and 300 East. Parking in this city-operated facility is free for the first half-hour, then $1.50 per half-hour after that. Any vehicle displaying a disability special group license plate or disability windshield placard may park in the parking garage at Library Square for two hours with no charge. Additional time beyond the two hours is $1.50 per half-hour. There are several other lots available near The Leonardo.
There is free two-hour meter parking available on weekends. There is limited, two-hour parking available on some residential streets near The Leo.
Street meter parking is available around on the blocks surrounding The Leonardo. Meters vary from 30-minutes to two-hours, and are not available on 400 S.
We meet every third Saturday of the month from 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm.
Division Meeting Agenda:
3:00 – 3:15 Welcome/Division Business (15 minutes MAX)
3:15 – 3:20 Show & Tell
3:20 – 3:25 Break
3:25 – 4:45 Clinic
4:45 – 5:00 Member Mingle/Q&A/Shoot the Bull
February 17, 2018–Making Sage Brush
Learn how to create realistic sage brush to give your layout that distinctive look of the western United States.
Presented by Blaine Holbrook
March 17, 2018–RailPro model train control system
Learn about the easy to use and powerful RailPro model train control system. Spend your time having fun with your model trains and not learning cryptic programming of variables, memorizing what function buttons do, and other complexities required by typical digital control systems.
Presented by Geoff Carter
April 21, 2018–Timesaver Layouts, Inglenooks and More
If you like puzzles or operation, you will love this. Let them show you all the tricks to more fun.
Presented by Jim Wanlass MMR, Fred Baney and Geoff Carter
May 19, 2018–3M Electrical Connectors, an alternative to soldering
If you’re not too confident in wiring your layout, or soldering skills, there is another way to connect those wires. Suitcase connectors, quick connects, and t-taps my be just what you need to get the job done. Tools needed: a pair of wire crimpers and a pair of pliers. An added bonus is there is nothing to plug in, which means no soldering iron, no burned fingers or hands.
Presented by Lowell Didas
To see past clinic topics we have a special page for that!