Things Happening in Salt Lake County, Utah

Salt Lake County is a county located in the U.S. state of Utah. As of the 2010 census, the population was 1,029,655, making it the most populous county in Utah. Its county seat and largest city is Salt Lake City, the state capital. The county was created in 1850.

Salt Lake County occupies the Salt Lake Valley, as well as parts of the surrounding mountains, the Oquirrh Mountains to the west and the Wasatch Range to the east (essentially the entire watershed of the Jordan River north of the Traverse Mountains). In addition, the northwestern section of the county includes part of the Great Salt Lake. The county is noted for its ski resorts; Salt Lake City won the bid to host the 2002 Winter Olympics.

Salt Lake County is the central county of the Salt Lake City, UT Metropolitan Statistical Area.canstockphoto22455383

This article will list the hottest events and happenings taking place in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County’s largest city. There are numerous events both locals and tourists can enjoy over the upcoming weeks and months in Salt Lake City. The list of these top events are as follows.

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  • 60 Miles For 60 Years Challenge
  • Spring Orchid Show
  • Floralography – An Intimate Look At Flowers
  • Preschool Discovery Days – Roots, Shoots, Springs And Sprouts
  • Commemorative Air Force Museum
  • Alien Worlds And Androids Exhibit
  • Green River Rock & Mineral Show
  • Zonta Spring Gala & Fundraiser
  • Spring 2017 Celebration Of The Hand Exhibition
  • Paul & Silvia Davis Exhibits
  • Swaner’s Craft Sunday
  • Climbing Wall
  • Aauw Fundraiser Speaker
  • Small Wonders

In conclusion, Salt Lake City is a place that is much more than meets the eye. Its fantastic locations, places, eateries, and much more make it a go-to location for many vacationers and also almost every local living in the city.

All of these events listed above can be accessed by almost every person. One of the few restriction might be the age limit, other than that these events have been designed to attract people of all age and tastes.

This handy guide can help curious vacationers to make up their mind quickly and effectively. In many cases, tourists have so many options to choose from that they are hesitant to pick the right one and it is often not their wrongdoing. They usually are not guided properly and miss out on the real fun events and occasions.

Salt Lake City is one of the most famous locations in the United States as it provides entertainment of the highest order and makes sure that no party goer or tourist is left disappointed and frustrated.

This fun guide is designed to showcase the real beauty of the city that is Salt Lake City. In the end, it’s the local events that are implemented by sweet and generous residents that truly show what the city is all about. It highlights its core values and ideas that make it so great and desirable.

Labor Day Activities and Sales in (and around) Davis County

If you didn’t already have plans this weekend (and even if you do!), you need to check out these fun activities and wallet-saving deals!

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Hit up the South Davis Labor Day Triathlon

The will hold the race rain, snow or shine! The course in in true triathlon order starting with swimming, on to biking and wrapping-up with the run. The show starts 8 a.m. so be there or be square! For more information, please visit their website.

Family First Monday’s at Station Park

Although this event happens the first Monday of every month, it is something to do this Labor Day. Bring the family out from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. for free games, activities, entertainment and discounts.

Multi-Exhibit at Bountiful Davis Art Center

The Mulit-Exhibit is great spot to get up close and personal with local artwork. The work will be displayed from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for your viewing pleasure! For more information please visit their website.

Around the area:

Free Red Butte Garden Admission Day

Free Park City Miner’s Day Celebration

Swiss Days, Onion Days, Peach Days, Blue Moon Festival and Jazz Festival

For more information, (and other discounts) visit Coupons4Utah.

Sales:

Post Labor Day Mini Book Sale

The Monday after Labor Day, the Davis County Library System is hosting a mini book sale at the Davis County South Branch Library located in Bountiful. The book sale will offer a quality selection of titles in “limited quantities at bargain prices.” Hardbacks, books on CD and DVDS will be one dollar while paperbacks are just 25 cents! Don’t miss this deal and remember to bring cash or check.

Utah Symphony

The Utah Symphony also is having a Labor Sale where you can choose any three or more performances to save 20 percent! The sale runs from August 28 through Labor Day. Tickets start at $18, $14.40 after discount is applied. For more information, please visit their website.

Check it out! All of these stores have Labor Day Sales Events:

September Events in Ogden

leaves-731150_640September is a fun month and with all the events going on at the Egyptian Theatre, you and the whole family are sure to find something for everyone. 

On Friday, September 11, 2015, they will be showing the classic film, The Princess Bride. Watch Wesley and Buttercup find each other and fall in love on the big screen. Tickets are $6 per person or $5 with a can of food.

If you are a lover of movies, they will be showing the Big Lebowski on September 28th at 8 pm. Another classic film, grab your friends for a night of fun and laughter.

More in the mood for a concert? The Heartlight Show, a musical extravaganza of Neil Diamond songs, will be performed by the talented Jack Wright on Friday, September 2015. Tickets range from $15-$25 plus tax.

You can get your tickets by visiting SmithsTix or calling 801-689-8700. Find out more about these and other events taking place by checking out their website.