International Food Fest

Cultural Core Open House & Author Readings

Matchmaking by Smell

Western Art Show, Animal Jam and Dance Show & Swim

African Festival

Used Book Sale and Cookbook Exchange

Utah Clean Air

This problem won't fix itself. Learn how you can help.

March For Bernie

Peruvian Festival and NACIP Pow Wow
NACIP Pow wow The 22nd Annual NACIP Powwow is described as "Salt Lake City's Hottest Intertribal Contest Powwow." In fact, the Native American Celebration in the Park has to be hot after all those years of colorful whooping, foot-stomping performances.

Antelope Island Bike Ride

Drop in and Print & Capitol Celebration Movie
Drop in and Print The University of Utah wants to bring art-making down a notch. In Cyanotype and Experimental Ink Techniques, you'll be able to visit the Book Arts Studio to pull a sheet or make a print.

Cancer Rehab Fundraiser

Meet The Candidate Barbecue and Candidate Training Workshop
Cancer Rehab Fundraiser Cancer. It sucks.

Fair Park Town Hall

Way To Meet Up & Politics In Utah Discussion
Way To Meet Up Now here's an idea to take you into a new realm of personal interaction. The fifth annual Awkward Celebration of Friends will take you out of the thankless bar-hopping regimen and into something new, if awkward.

Paint a Dino!

Thunder Birds Air Show & Hazardous Waste Collection
Paint a Dino Utah is definitely the place for dinosaurs—mostly bones. But you can create your own dinosaur masterpiece during The Family Paint Mixer Workshop: Dinosaur.

Symphony Social Media Photo Contest

Oldest Homes Presentation and Rainharvest Barrel Offer
Oldest Homes Presentation Take a look before they're all gone. Salt Lake City's Yalecrest neighborhood is one of the oldest and most historic in the state—and also the most targeted for new construction.


All donations go to support the festival's artistic programs.
Along with the personalized porta-potty, donors receive two tickets to the June 23-26 Utah Arts Festival and a mini commemorative porta-potty that doubles as a stress ball.

Farmers Market Kick-Off

World Refugee Day and the Aviation Festival
Farmers Market Kick-Off Lots of us have been going to the Winter Market at the Rio Grande, but, hey, summer's finally coming! You can help celebrate 25 Years of the Downtown Farmers Market, which coincides with "Independents Week."

Bike To Work Day

Ability Center Fundrasier and Poetry Slam
Bike To Work Day No, it's not graffiti in those Salt Lake bike lanes. Pay attention and be safe on those two-wheeled vehicles.

Special Needs Festival

Pub Crawl and a Public Meeting on Coal
Pub Crawl Even in Utah you can celebrate great craft beer while you wander the streets of Sugar House. It's American Craft Beer Week and 10 watering holes plus the Sugar House Chamber are teaming up to host the 2nd Annual Sugar House Pub Crawl.

Urban Design Politics Symposium

Gender Gap Film Screening and Plant Sale Fundraiser
If you've ever wondered about the politics behind things like urban planning, historic preservation or even water management, here's a chance to learn at Creating Greater Salt Lake—History, Landscape, Urban Design.

Preservation Open House

Silver Tea Fundraiser and Native Artists Event
Preservation Open House Take a step back—way back—and take your eyes off your phones to experience a bit of your historic past at the kick-off Open House for 2016 Archaeology and Preservation Month. Expect hands-on activities like corn grinding and face painting for kids and families during this educational and entertaining path into Utah's dynamic 10,000-year-old history.

Arts Center Walking Tour

Film Screening, Spy Hop Benefit and a De-cluttering Event
Film Screening Don't give up on Brewvies yet, even with its legal woes. It's still the best place to see notable film over a glass of beer.

Global Justice Lecture

Equestrian Meeting, Women's Symposium and Human Rights Series
Equestrian Meeting, Women's Symposium and Human Rights Series


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