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Virtual Super Bowl Run – Utah

Virtual Super Bowl Run, Running, Salt Lake City, UtahStart Super Bowl Sunday healthy with a nice run before the Big Game. Run your own route with other runner/football fans around the USA.

You’ll be provided with a custom-made numbered bib with your NAME, CITY, and COUNTRY imprinted and  we’ll put you on our MAP!

You can make a small donation to favorite local charity to complete the day.

Bonus: Automatically registers you for World Run Day in November and receive the 2011 Event T-Shirt by mail. Join us!

Arts Organizations

Arts Learning Opportunities for Children and Youth in Utah

Listing includes nonprofit organizations in Utah offering classes and/or learning experiences in the arts for children and youth.

Winter Palooza

Winter Palooze Fun! Bounce Houses, Lazer Tag, Sandy, Utah, Kids, Children, Activities, Teens, Princess, Rock Climbing, FundraiserGet out of the house and into life!

Total family fun, 8 bounce houses, rock wall, ropes course, face painting, huge paint-ball dome and gallery target shooting, laser tag arena, magic shows, live animal shows, and the Princess Festival with your favorite princesses!

$5 presale tickets at Utah Kids Club or $8 at the door.

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Run For Kids

Run for Kids, Boys & Girls Club, Provo, Utah, 5K 10K running, Fundraiser, Charitable, Utah CountyThe annual Run for Kids is a 5k/10k run walk or stroll benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Utah County’s Triple Play Health and Fitness Program will be held April 9, 2011.

The running route begins at the historic Fort Utah Park located at 200 N Geneva Rd. in Provo. From the park the route meanders along the peaceful Provo River.

Registration begins at 7:00am with the race beginning at 8:30am. There will be a light breakfast available before and after the race at Fort Utah Park. After the race, carnival games will be available for kids and kids at heart.

All race participants will receive a stylish shirt and the chance to win some prizes!

Thank you for giving back to the youth in our community through your participation in this event.

Contact: Malinda Miller (801) 371-6242 ext. 130

Wasatch Woman Love Your Body 6K/10K

The Love Your Body race was created five years ago by Wasatch Woman magazine for women who care about their health, fitness, community, friends, and families. By treating yourself well, you’re able to achieve your personal best and be an inspiration to others. Be part of the largest woman-only run in Utah. Over 2000 participants are expected to be in attendance at this event. Part of the proceeds will go to the new Thanksgiving Point children’s museum, The Museum of Natural Curiosity. We’ll also be making a donation to the Girl Scouts of Utah.

The 10k run and 6K (3.72 miles) run/walk, will include a portion of the beautiful Gardens at Thanksgiving Point. The course will be flat and fast and will be the perfect run to finish the season if you are looking to set a final personal record. You will establish healthy fitness habits going into fall and winter by training for this event and you’ll feel great for participating. We encourage you to bring your families along for support. There will be plenty for the kids and family to do at Electric Park where we will start and finish the race.

Firehouse BBQ Cook-Off

The Intermountain Barbecue Association , a Utah non-profit organization, will be hosting the first annualFirehouse BBQ Cook-Off in Holladay, UT on Fri/Sat, August 27-28, 2010. This event, featuring both professional and “backyard” (amateur) teams, will be held right behind the City Hall in Holladay (4580 S  2300 E). Both professional and “backyard” teams will compete for top honors & prizes, and proceeds from the event will go towards various participating Fire Houses in the Salt Lake valley. The event will be licensed by the Kansas City Barbecue Society – the largest BBQ association in the world.

Teams will begin setting up & cooking Friday evening. On Saturday, there will be BBQ and soft drinks available by vendors to the public. There will also be public demonstrations on Saturday, and the judging and award ceremony will take place Saturday afternoon around 4 PM.

Registration forms and additional information for individuals/teams interested in competing in either the professional or “backyard” divisions can be found at: www.IMBBQA.com. Individuals and/or teams at ALL levels of skills & interest are invited to come out and be a part of this fun event!

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The Gift of Learning

Friday, December 10th will be a special day at the Museum of Peoples and Cultures, and anyone is welcome to attend.

The MPC will be joining with BYU’s United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) club to offer an afternoon of learning and fun to children for an early Christmas present. The Gift of LearningThe event will run from 4 to 6 p.m. and will include 4 learning stations, a video, and treats. The categories of the learning stations include math, geography, reading and writing, and art. Children are able to come in at any time and rotate through the stations as they please, free of charge.

“We want to show the kids that the best gift for your self is education,” said Jessica Myers, UNICEF club member.

According to Myers, 24,000 children die every year due to catastrophe, war, famine, and other grievous causes. UNICEF members desire to bring that number “down to zero” by doing whatever they can to serve in their community and without.

“Our goals are to educate members throughout the community about children around the world who are in need of help,” Myers said.

Both the MPC and the UNICEF club hope to give the children of Utah Valley a unique and exciting experience.

“The children will leave the Museum with more than just some treats and a craft,” said Anna McKean, promotions manager at the MPC, “they will get to take new knowledge that they can share with others.”

For more information, visit mpc.byu.edu. Or contact the museum at 801.422.0020 or [email protected] The MPC is located on 100 E. 700 N. and is open MWF 9-5 and TTh 9-7.

Festival of Trees

Salt Lake City, UT – The Festival of Trees celebrates its 40th birthday this year – but there’s nothing “over-the-hill” about Utah’s favorite Holiday tradition. Primary Children's Medical Center Festival of Trees, Sandy, Utah Holiday, Christmas, LightsToday, as one of the world’s largest indoor displays of decorated Christmas Trees, the Festival embraces its Ruby Anniversary through the passion embodied by thousands of volunteers who organize and orchestrate the Festival in order to raise funds for children at Primary Children’s Medical Center.

The Festival of Trees ushers in the Holiday Season Wednesday, December 1 through Saturday, December 4, at the South Towne Expo Center.  Every penny raised benefits Primary Children’s Medical Center.

This year the Festival will feature more than 800 trees, each with its own unique style: ornate, trendy, whimsical, creative, humorous, and sentimental.  Every tree is decorated and donated by individuals, families, businesses, church groups, and community organizations.

Celebrate the Holiday Season and the love our community has for children by attending the Festival of Trees! The Festival runs Wednesday, December 1 through Saturday, December 4, at the South Towne Expo Center, 9575 South State Street in Sandy, Utah, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tickets are: $5.00/adults; $4.00/seniors; and $3.00/children age 11 and under. Children younger than 2 years of age are free of charge. Discount tickets are available at Zions Bank locations for: $4.00/adults; $2.50/children. Wednesday, December 1, is “Family Day,” allowing six immediate family members to attend for $15.00.

Pagan Pride Day

Join us for a day in the park to celebrate your Pagan Pride at Salt Lake City Pagan Pride Day 2009. This year’s event will be held in Murray Park at Pavilions 1, 2 and 3 on Saturday, September 12th 10am to 6pm! There will be an opening ceremony and a ritual in the afternoon that everyone can attend. Workshops will be conducted where you can learn and explore different walks of pagan life. Throughout the day you can explore booths with information about pagan groups and activities. You can listen to some great pagan music. You can sit in the the shade and let your imagination sweep you away during one of our Mother Goose circles, where you’ll hear fairy tales and stories brought to life. Salt Lake City Pagan Pride Day is the perfect chance for you to reconnect with friends in the Pagan community. Bring one non-perishable food item to get in free.

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Children’s Ballet Theatre

Autumn Choreography Festival

A Festival of dance pieces choreographed by the young members of the Wasatch Youth Ballet for students of The Children’s Ballet Theatre.

Canned food donations will only be accepted on September 3rd, 2009 at the ticket office. For further details, please call 801-355-ARTS

http://www.arttix.org/tickets/production.aspx?performanceNumber=4301

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