Events for Community Events

Salt Lake City International Airport Master Plan Virtual Public Engagement Meeting

To prepare for the future, The Salt Lake City Department of Airports is updating its Master Plan to accommodate future air transportation demand for the next 20 years. The airport invites the public to attend a Virtual Public Engagement Meeting on Thursday, July 9, 2020, from noon to 1:30 p.m.

To learn more about the future of Salt Lake City Airport, go to https://slcairport.com/about-the-airport/master-plan/.



United Way's Stuff the Bus

This summer will look a little different than usual, but there is still one constant event that even now, our community can rally around, United Way of Salt Lake’s Stuff the Bus! For the event’s 10th edition, it is our goal to provide 10,000 students with school supplies for the new year and 3,000 elementary-age students with new backpacks. 

Although we have suspended in-person volunteer events due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are excited to host a virtual Stuff the Bus event on August 1st.  We will be hosting virtual drives as we feel it is the safest way to continue our 10th year of Stuff the Bus, while reducing the spread of Covid-19 and keeping all of our volunteers, participants, and students safe. To make this a reality, we need your help with our virtual supply drive!  

You can host a virtual drive to collect online monetary donations that will go toward purchasing supplies. Register your virtual drive online and our Volunteer Engagement Team will reach out to you with marketing materials, best practices, and everything you need to make your drive a success. If you have any questions, please reach out to the volunteer team at volunteer@uw.org.  



United Way's Stuff the Bus

This summer will look a little different than usual, but there is still one constant event that even now, our community can rally around, United Way of Salt Lake’s Stuff the Bus! For the event’s 10th edition, it is our goal to provide 10,000 students with school supplies for the new year and 3,000 elementary-age students with new backpacks. 

Although we have suspended in-person volunteer events due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are excited to host a virtual Stuff the Bus event on August 1st.  We will be hosting virtual drives as we feel it is the safest way to continue our 10th year of Stuff the Bus, while reducing the spread of Covid-19 and keeping all of our volunteers, participants, and students safe. To make this a reality, we need your help with our virtual supply drive!  

You can host a virtual drive to collect online monetary donations that will go toward purchasing supplies. Register your virtual drive online and our Volunteer Engagement Team will reach out to you with marketing materials, best practices, and everything you need to make your drive a success. If you have any questions, please reach out to the volunteer team at volunteer@uw.org.  



NHMU Trailside BioBlitz

Discover nature and advance scientific research with the Natural History Museum of Utah- it’s as easy as taking a photo! This summer become a Citizen Scientist and take part in the Natural History Museum of Utah’s Trailside BioBlitz by visiting one of our study sites along the Salt Lake City-managed sections of the Jordan River Parkway or Bonneville Shoreline trails. In years past community members, alongside NHMU staff and volunteers, have contributed to research with over 2,700 observations of living organisms! This year there won’t be any in-person events so for this season’s BioBlitz events, get out to observe this week whenever works best for you. See nature, take photos and add to iNaturalist!

Check out our website at nhmu.utah.edu for more details and more fun for any lover of nature and natural history.



NHMU Trailside BioBlitz

Discover nature and advance scientific research with the Natural History Museum of Utah- it’s as easy as taking a photo! This summer become a Citizen Scientist and take part in the Natural History Museum of Utah’s Trailside BioBlitz by visiting one of our study sites along the Salt Lake City-managed sections of the Jordan River Parkway or Bonneville Shoreline trails. In years past community members, alongside NHMU staff and volunteers, have contributed to research with over 2,700 observations of living organisms! This year there won’t be any in-person events so for this season’s BioBlitz events, get out to observe this week whenever works best for you. See nature, take photos and add to iNaturalist!

Check out our website at nhmu.utah.edu for more details and more fun for any lover of nature and natural history.



NHMU Trailside BioBlitz

Discover nature and advance scientific research with the Natural History Museum of Utah- it’s as easy as taking a photo! This summer become a Citizen Scientist and take part in the Natural History Museum of Utah’s Trailside BioBlitz by visiting one of our study sites along the Salt Lake City-managed sections of the Jordan River Parkway or Bonneville Shoreline trails. In years past community members, alongside NHMU staff and volunteers, have contributed to research with over 2,700 observations of living organisms! This year there won’t be any in-person events so for this season’s BioBlitz events, get out to observe this week whenever works best for you. See nature, take photos and add to iNaturalist!

Check out our website at nhmu.utah.edu for more details and more fun for any lover of nature and natural history.



NHMU Trailside BioBltz

Discover nature and advance scientific research with the Natural History Museum of Utah- it’s as easy as taking a photo! This summer become a Citizen Scientist and take part in the Natural History Museum of Utah’s Trailside BioBlitz by visiting one of our study sites along the Salt Lake City-managed sections of the Jordan River Parkway or Bonneville Shoreline trails. In years past community members, alongside NHMU staff and volunteers, have contributed to research with over 2,700 observations of living organisms! This year there won’t be any in-person events so for this season’s BioBlitz events, get out to observe this week whenever works best for you. See nature, take photos and add to iNaturalist! 

Check out our website at nhmu.utah.edu for more details and more fun for any lover of nature and natural history.



NHMU Trailside BioBltz

Discover nature and advance scientific research with the Natural History Museum of Utah- it’s as easy as taking a photo! This summer become a Citizen Scientist and take part in the Natural History Museum of Utah’s Trailside BioBlitz by visiting one of our study sites along the Salt Lake City-managed sections of the Jordan River Parkway or Bonneville Shoreline trails. In years past community members, alongside NHMU staff and volunteers, have contributed to research with over 2,700 observations of living organisms! This year there won’t be any in-person events so for this season’s BioBlitz events, get out to observe this week whenever works best for you. See nature, take photos and add to iNaturalist! 

Check out our website at nhmu.utah.edu for more details and more fun for any lover of nature and natural history.



Water Trivia

Test your Wasatch water knowledge with the Seven Canyons Trust and Squatters Brewing at Water Trivia.  Water Trivia combines water-themed education with fun, friendly competition for a watershed cause. Teams of four test their Wasatch water knowledge against competitors in ten trivia questions and a final wager on topics ranging from global water systems to local hydrology, whilst enjoying local micro-brews and free appetizers – fermented from the waters of the seven canyon creeks of Utah’s Wasatch Range – courtesy of Squatters Brewing: https://www.squatters.com/. All guests are entered into an opportunity drawing to win awesome prizes!

https://sevencanyonstrust.org/events/trivia



Water Trivia

Test your Wasatch water knowledge with the Seven Canyons Trust and Squatters Brewing at Water Trivia.  Water Trivia combines water-themed education with fun, friendly competition for a watershed cause. Teams of four test their Wasatch water knowledge against competitors in ten trivia questions and a final wager on topics ranging from global water systems to local hydrology, whilst enjoying local micro-brews and free appetizers – fermented from the waters of the seven canyon creeks of Utah’s Wasatch Range – courtesy of Squatters Brewing: https://www.squatters.com/. All guests are entered into an opportunity drawing to win awesome prizes!

https://sevencanyonstrust.org/events/trivia