Events for Environment

Scout Night

Scouts, leaders, and families, please join us for a fun after-hours scout event! Stations will be set-up throughout the Zoo to provide opportunities for Scouts to complete a variety of Daisy, Brownie, Juniors, and Cub Scout badge requirements! $10 for scouts in uniform. Leaders in uniform are free. All other family members will receive a $5 discount off of the Zoo’s regular admission price. Pay at the main gate the night of the event.

Ready to Hatch

Salt Lake’s premier garden party for a cause. At Ready to Hatch you can stroll the Aviary grounds after hours with cocktail in hand. You’ll find bird visitors, music, a silent auction and more, while enjoying a kid-free Aviary and blooming botanical garden. With over 400 birds and 250 plants, you’ll be sure to have a relaxing and unique evening.

All tickets include food & drinks. VIP tickets includes an additional private pre-reception, parking and an extra ticket for a friend.

Ticket pricing: $110 general admission, $300 VIP (includes 2) Learn More:

Park City Trail Series 5K

Park City Trail Series is a series of trail running events on the dirt roads and single tracks of the Round Valley Trail System in Park City.

Sign up for the whole series or individual races at or

Volunteers are needed to support and encourage the runners.

Air Pollution Harms Reproductive Health Meeting

Professionals will give presentations in a one-day meeting to discuss current research on how air pollution negatively impacts healthy reproduction in both men and women. This event is open to anyone interested in learning new insights on this issue, including the long-term effects on children and future generations. This meeting will highlight investigators from several universities as well as Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment. James Hotaling, MD and Matthew Peterson, MD from the University of Utah will give a free talk on "Why is air quality important for reproductive health and what can we can do about it?" Virgil Johnson, Chairman of the Confederated Tribes of the Goshute, and others will speak on the importance of a clean environment to the health of parents, infants and children among native peoples of Utah and the Native Voices exhibit. The evening reception and dinner will give attendees further opportunity to discuss the scientific findings and to strategize possible solutions to eliminate the impacts of poor air quality on reproductive health.

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Presentations (includes breakfast bar and lunch)
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Free talk: "Why is air quality important to reproductive health?"
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Native Voices exhibit tour
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Outdoor Adventures with Utah's Hogle Zoo

Tree identification at the University of Utah. Discover a new found love of trees. We will be exploring the University of Utah to find and identify the different species of trees living on campus. We will be joined by Barbara Gardner of Forestry Services LLC to learn about trees and how to identify them.

Register for this family friendly outing at

Bee Fest SLC 2019

CATALYST Magazine presents the 9th annual Bee Fest, A Celebration of Pollination. In partnership with Wasatch Community Gardens and Slow Food Utah Exhibits, Marketplace, Honey-based Bake Sale, Plant Sale, Speakers/Bee Experts, Poetry Contest, Workshops, and a Costume Contest! Learn from expert beekeepers how to start your own hive, find the right equipment, make native bee homes, enjoy baked goods from local bakeries using honey-based baked goods, buy plants and seeds for creating homes for pollinators of all kinds, dress up as a bee, and more! Free and open to all!

Tickets on Eventbrite page are not necessary for entrance to the event, but for headcount purposes.

If you are interested in having a booth at the festival, the Bee Fest Organizing Team will be in contact with you once you have filled out your information here:

Star Gazing Paraty at Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge

This event takes place on June 21st, 2019 at the Refuge. A social hour at 7 p.m. and music featuring Conner Youngblood at 8 pm. followed by star watching spotting and stories with Leo T. This will be a very amazing evening with birds all around in the Wetlands. Watch the planets and stars come out have some apetizers and enjoy.

Event information on Facebook, Skywatcher Leo T and on Facebook Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge Visitor Center  You can contact Skywatcher Leo T by email at 

Incandescence 2019

Less than a year ago Incandescence was born in front of a fire, surrounded by love and community, and was brought into being three months later through communal effort and passion. These are the principles that this festival continues to be based on. This year Incandescence will be held at Bonneville Seabase, more exciting details about that to come. This event is 18+. In the meantime, this year you can expect to see new and returning art pieces, TBA. Sisu Stage Lineup TBA

More details can be found at

Park City Trail Series 10K Running Event

Park City Trail Series is a series of trail running events on the dirt roads and single tracks of the Round Valley Trail System in Park City.

Sign up for the whole series or individual races at or

Volunteers are needed to support and encourage the runners.

Camp GLOSS - Nonprofit Girls Summer Camp

August 5th - 9th Summer Day Camp - Girls ages 11-13 Camp GLOSS is a nonprofit girls summer day camp. We mix the traditional fun of summer camp with our five pillars (Grit, Leadership, Opportunity, Service, Self) to create a unique camp experience. Girls will discover their strengths and weaknesses, practice communication skills and self-care, experience community involvement and mindfulness while spending time in the outdoors. They will leave feeling connected and empowered with new friendships and memories. Email: Instagram: @campgloss Facebook: @campGLOSS Camp Phone: 801-879-6107