Tag Archives: Races

Salt Lake Greek Festival

A Top Pick for Utah locals the Salt Lake Annual Greek Festival always offers joyful days of authentic foods, culture and exciting entertainment. 

  • Folk Dancing
  • Art Displays
  • Authentic Foods
  • Live Entertainment

September (2nd Week) Annually

Salt Lake Greek Festival
Holy Trinity Greek Cathedral
279 S 300 W, Salt Lake
(801) 328-9681

Onion Days

Fair
Carnival, Boutiques, Food Booths, Historic Children’s Parade, Early Bird Breakfast, Pig Wrestling, Royalty Pageant Gallery, 5K/10K Races, Theatre, Open Swim, Book Fair, Live Entertainment, Music Concerts, Dutch Oven Cook-Off, Soccer Tournament, Arts & Crafts, Flag Raising Ceremony, Old Timers Reunion, Flower Show, Free Movies, Local Talent Show, Sock Hop, Teen Talent Show, Mountain Bike Races, Softball 

September (1st Week) Annually

Payson City Onion Days
439 W. Utah Ave. Payson, UT 84651

Brigham City Peach Days

Brigham City, Utah Peach Days, Festival, Music, Family, Fair

This 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.

September (2nd Week) Annually
Weekend following Labor Day

Brigham City Peach Days
Brigham City, UT 84302
(435) 723-3931

Riverton Town Days

4th of July Utah Celebration

Town Days kicks off each year with the Riverton Rodeo and includes favorites like the parade, movie in the park, carnival, chuckwagon breakfast, bingo, children’s contests, fireworks, and more! This long-standing tradition is a favorite among both new and old residents, and can be counted on for cherished memories year-after-year. 

  • Rodeo
  • Parade
  • Carnival
  • Chuckwagon Breakfast
  • Car Show
  • Music Concerts
  • Live Entertainment
  • Movie In The Park
  • Children’s Contests
  • Fireworks
4TH OF JULY WEEK ANNUALLY

Riverton Town Days
Riverton City Park
1452 W 12600 S, Riverton, UT 84065

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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Canoeing

FIBT Bobsled & Skeleton America’s Cup

Bobsledding, Olympics, Sports, Competition, RacesThe FIBT conducts a worldwide series of races that quality athletes for the annual World Championships and every four years for the Olympic Winter Games. The World Cup involves the top athletes in the sport, who compete in a series of eight races.

Junior circuits are held in North America (America’s Cup) and Europe (Europa Cup). One step higher is the Intercontinental Cup. Competitors earn points and a world ranking that determines starting positions and seeding at the various FIBT races.

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FIBT Bobsled and Skeleton World Championships

Utah Olympic Park presents the World Junior Championship Bobsleigh, Skeleton at Park City’s Olympic Park January 31st – February 6th, 2011

Bobsledding, FIBT Bobsled and Skeleton Championships, Federation Internationale de Bobsleigh, Park City, Utah, Olympic Park, Winter ActivitiesBoth men and women compete in the sport of bobsleigh, a sport that combines speed, power and agility. There are two person races for men and women. Men also have a four-man event. Bobsleigh is one of the original sports in the Olympic Winter Games.

In skeleton, there are separate racing disciplines for men and women. In World Cup competitions two heats are held over one day.  At the FIBT World Championships (held annually except in the Olympic year), four heats are held over two days.

The Federation Internationale de Bobsleigh et de Tobogganing (FIBT) was founded on November 23, 1923 by the delegates of Great Britain, France and Switzerland, and the representatives of Canada and the United States, meeting at an International Congress in Paris, France. The FIBT headquarters is in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Bobsleigh as an organized and active sport thrived from before the turn of the century. However, it was the advent of the 1924 Winter Games and the acceptance of Bobsleigh as an Olympic sport that prompted the formation of a federation.

Time Schedules: TBA 1/31/11, 2/1/11, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6