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Murray Park

296 E. Murray Park Ave
Murray City, UT 84107

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Little Cottonwood River, Summer Activities, Murray Park, Utah, Free, Children's Activities, Stuff to do, Winter Activities, Family, FunFive pavilions available for rental, Equipment bag available with pavilion rental, BBQ grills, The Park Center, Amphitheater, Outdoor Aquatic Center, Gazebo, Playgrounds, Restrooms, Arboretum, Multipurpose Fields, Soccer Fields, Softball Fields.

Snow Tubing & Sledding at Murray Park, Utah, Free, Children's Activities, Stuff to do, Winter Activities, Family, FunWinter Activities

Numerous hills for Snow Tubing & Sledding! (FREE)

For pavilion availability, please contact Sherry Bird or phone 264-2614. Reservations must be made in person by visiting our park office located at 296 E Murray Park Ave.

Murray Park, Murray City, Utah, Free Snow Tubing, Sledding, Winter Activities, Summer Activities, Playgrounds, Pavilions, Swimming Pool, Soccer, Baseball, Utah, Salt Lake County, Family, Children's Activities, Stuff To Do

You may enter Murray Park at:
– 160 E 5300 S
– 5130 S State St
– 330 E Vine St (4950 S)

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Utah State Fair

State Fair, Utah, Music, Live, Entertainment, Family, Food, Rodeo

The largest single annual event in Utah featuring live concerts, entertainment, rides, rodeo, art, barnyard friends, little hands on the farm,  ice cream festival and more.

1st & 2nd Week of September

Brigham City Peach Days

Brigham City, Utah Peach Days, Festival, Music, Family, FairThis city-wide event is the longest continually celebrated harvest festival in Utah, and is reported to be the second oldest in the country.

Peach Days is an honored tradition that brings approximately 75,000 spectators a fun-filled weekend that the Top of Utah and Southern Idaho residents look forward to every year.

1st Week of September
Weekend following Labor Day

Salt Lake Greek Festival

Greek Festival, Salt Lake City, Utah, Dancing, Music, Food, Family, EntertainmentCome experience authentic foods, and exciting entertainment at Salt Lake City’s annual Greek Festival. The lively event often attracts up to 50,000 attendees and also features art displays and both 5K and 10K runs.

OPA!! Welcome to the Greek Festival. Here you will witness a variety of traditional Greek folk dances performed by our dance groups. The suite of dances will consist of Pan-Hellenic dances (danced throughout Greece with regional variances) and dances from the mainland and islands.

The most popular form of the Greek folk dance is the open circle, with regular handhold position, moving counter-clockwise. Next is the straight line with arms on shoulders of adjacent dancers. The third form is the curved-line dance with the basket-weave hold.

1st Week of September

Peach Days

Peaches

Rodeo, entertainment, parade, Pioneer corner, 12K fun run, and the Peach cook-off. The Hurricane Canal trek, fiddling contest, quilt show, and a wide variety of booths displaying commercial and homemade goods. The traditional displays, always a staple of the event, will be featured in the Hurricane Elementary building.

Last Week of August

  • Peach Days
    Hurricane City, Utah 84737
    (435) 635-2811

Brewfest

Brewfest, Snowbird 3rd Annual, Little Cottonwood Canyon, Sandy, Utah, Utah Breweries, Festival, Music, Food, LiveSnowbirds Mountain Resort BrewFest held annually on the second weekend in June.

Over a dozen Utah breweries will be sampling 2-3 different beers with 2 food stations provided by Snowbird.

There will be live music from 12-7 p.m as well as crafters and vendors peddling their wares.

BREWERIES: Bohemian, Desert Edge, Red Rocks Brewing, Uinta, Hoppers, Ruby River, Moab, Wasatch, Squatters, Roosters, Four +, Park City, Shades of Pale and Epic Brewing.

Second Week in June Annually

Snowbird Resort
Highway 210, Little Cottonwood Canyon
Snowbird, UT 84092 (801) 933-2147

Ya-Ya Sisterhood Party

Hosted by B98.7’s radio host Erin, the annual Ya-Ya Sisterhood party will feature palm readers, decorative hats, one-of-a-kind holiday items, tastings from Harvest Restaurant, and fabulous local vendors. Attendees are encouraged to don their most over-the-top finery and baubles. The fancy dresses, gaudy jewelry and feather boas should also be accompanied by extravagant headdresses – and no headdress is too grand or outrageous.

A GUIDE TO ATTENDING YOUR FIRST YA-YA SISTERHOOD PARTY

Put on the Ritz
Ruffles, bows, fancy dresses, and feather boas….nothing is too “over-the-top” for the Ya-Ya Sisterhood Party. Have a grand cocktail ring but no fancy parties to wear it to? Get a few more to keep it company and wear it. Frippery, regalia, finery, and baubles are all part of the evening’s magic.

Wear a Headdress
Wearing your own special headdress is the crowning touch, a way to transform the everyday you into an extraordinary Ya-Ya Sister. Making the headdress to express your true, beautiful inner self is all part of the fun. You don’t have to be artistic or even “crafty” to create the most stupendous, outrageous, and unique headdress in the world. Obtain a “base hat” from your closet, the attic, or a vintage shop. Use supplies at hand or visit a craft store.

Princesses and Her Majesties
It’s true that we can’t choose our own name at birth, but we can name ourselves as a member of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood. Come to the Ya-Ya Sisterhood Party with your new name and join us to be officially named in your Very Special Naming Ceremony. The goal is to honor each other, welcome your new name, and celebrate the glorious uniqueness of each one of you.

Cultural Celebration Center’s Winter Market

Utah Cultural Celebration Center Winter Market Boutique, West Valley, UtahUtah Cultural Celebration Center presents its annual Winter Market featuring Utah’s finest handcrafted arts and ethnic products, live music & dance performances, diverse food offerings and it’s Trees of Diversity exhibit.  Admission is free.

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Old World Christmas Market

Enjoy a new downtown holiday tradition with the Old World Christmas Market beginning the day after Thanksgiving at The Gateway Mall in the Union Pacific Depot Grand Hall. Vendors will be located both indoors and out. The outdoor vendors are housed in traditional old-world style chalets and the vendor booths indoors with be decked out with holiday splendor.

Old World Christmas Market, Gateway Mall, Salt Lake City, Utah, European StyleThe festive atmosphere at the Old World Christmas Market is modeled after the Christmas Markets of Europe. A yearly event with origins in Germany as early as the 1300’s, the Old World Christmas Market is reminiscent of days past.

Visitors will be able to shop for one of a kind, handmade items by local artisans and crafters for holiday gift giving. There will also be food vendors offering traditional flavors of the season including baked goods, traditional German food, kettle corn, candied nuts, spiced cider, and hot chocolate as well as specialty packaged food items.

Simply put, the atmosphere at the Old World Christmas Market is irresistible!

The Union Pacific Depot on the upper level of The Gateway Mall located in the heart of Salt Lake City along 400 West and South Temple.

Festivities Galore at Daybreak

The grand opening of SoDa Row is the opening of a new chapter for Daybreak.

8 a.m. – Daybreak’s first triathlon
10:30 a.m. – 5K fun run
Noon to 2 p.m. – Festivities galore: live music, art and gift show, bicycle tours, canoe rides on Oquirrh Lake, climbing wall, kite flying, kids activities at Black Diamond Gymnastics, food from SoDa row restaurants and more!

Directions: Take Bangerter Hwy. to 11400 South and follow the signs.

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