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Free Game Playing for Teens

Free Board Games & Video Games at Salt Lake City Library

Board & Video Games At Your Library

Teens ages 13-19 are invited to hone their video gaming skills.

If video gaming isn’t your thing, join for an awesome card and role-playing games (supplied by the library)–start pick-up games or bring your own and recruit willing participants for some epic fun.

Weekly Events For Kids & Teens

Salt Lake City Public Library
210 E 400 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
(801) 524-8200

Bingo

Utah Venues Featuring Bingo

Salt Lake Area

A Bar Named Sue
3928 S. Highland Dr. Millcreek

Club 90  Tuesdays
9065 Monroe St, Sandy

The Break Sports Grill  Thursdays
11274 Kestrel Rise Rd, South Jordan

A Bar Names Sue
8136 State St, Midvale

The Break Sports Grill  Saturdays, Thursdays
3396 S Decker Lake Dr, West Valley City

Senior Centers

Park City Area

The Cabin
Wednesdays 8 pm
427 Main St, Park City

Ogden North Salt Lake Area

Harp And Hound
Monday Breaking Bingo
2550 Washington Blvd, Ogden

Classic Fun Centers

Classic Fun Centers, Sandy, Layton and Orem Utah
Roller Skating, Waterpark, Bouncing, The Jungle, Blast Zone, Space Station, 3D Laser Tag, Mini Bowling, Birthday Parties, Theme Rooms, Roller Blading, Scooters, Karaoke, Video Games, Arcade, Trampoline, DJ Dance Party, Summer Concert Series

Sphinxes and Sweethearts

Sphinx

MPC Date Nights

Take a step into the past and bring a date to BYU’s Museum of Peoples and Cultures (MPC) to experience a night of Egyptian culture and cuisine. 

The date night includes 4 games, a craft, refreshments, and prizes.  First on the agenda is a mummy-wrapping race in which one person must wrap up their date like a mummy.  The first couple to finish wins a prize.  Couples will then receive score cards and go into the Museum’s classroom to play a round of 3 different games: Pyramid, Egyptian Balderdash, and Matching of the Gods.  The couple with the highest total wins a prize.  The final prizes are awarded to couples with the best craft, after they take time to use the MPC’s own “Rosetta stone” to paint their own hieroglyphs.  Mediterranean refreshments are served.

“Couples get to learn about the Egyptian culture in a really unique way,” said Anna McKean, promotions manager at the MPC.  “Every element of the date night – the games, the craft, the food – provides interesting information about Ancient Egypt.”

The Museum of Peoples and Cultures offers a variety of date nights throughout the semester. Each date night is themed and includes relevant activities and refreshments

November–May School Year

BYU’s Museum of Peoples and Cultures
Brigham Young University
2201 N Canyon Rd, Provo

Boys and Girls Clubs

Administrative Offices
669 South 200 East, Suite 100
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
(801) 322-4411

Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Salt Lake

To inspire and enable the youth in our communities, especially those who need us most, to become caring and responsible individuals through guidance-oriented adult relationships and engagement in a variety of enriching activities within a safe environment.

A Safe Place:
The Club is a safe place where kids and teens can come to enjoy themselves and their friends while escaping from the dangers that may lie within their own neighborhood.

Opportunities:
Club members have the opportunity to learn and grow, give back to the community, discover their needs, set goals and meet new friends. Many of these opportunities would not be available to our youth were it not for the Club in their neighborhood.

A Full Schedule of Great Activities:
Games, tournaments, arts and crafts, dance, sports, leadership clubs, music, discussion groups, homework and tutoring help, and computer classes…just to name a few!

Outreach and Services for Teens:
A teen drop-in center, opportunities to volunteer and become a peer leader and mentor, along with specialized services geared for the needs and interests of teens.

South Jordan Summerfest Parade

South Jordan Summerfest

  • Parade
  • Carnival
  • Music Concerts
  • Food Vendors
  • Golf
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Free

South Jordan presents its Country Festival from Wagon Wheels to Ferris Wheels. Come join the fun!

Saturday will be the parade. Everyone is invited, so bring your picnic/camp chairs and join us in honoring our American Flag, watching the amazingly crafted floats, witnessing the crazy driving of the Shriner’s and catching candy.

September (3rd Week) Annually

SoJo Summerfest Parade
South Jordan City Park
11010 S Redwood Rd South Jordan, UT 84095