Events for Volunteer Opportunities

Salt Lake City Marathon - VOLUNTEER!

Be part of the action with the best race in Utah! The 2024 race highlights SLC and Eras unique to our city that tie us together as a community. Support a diverse field of athletes achieving their goals and Huntsman Hometown Heroes running to fight to end cancer. Volunteers will receive a t-shirt, snacks, and high fives while also earning points toward future races or marathon merch as a big THANKS! Sign up with the volunteer tab at SaltLakeCityMarathon.com



Earth Day Clean-Up at the Kaysville Ponds

Let's gather together and make our planet a better place this Earth Day! Come volunteer with USU Extension, Davis County 4-H, the USU Botanical Center, and USU Kaysville on April 22nd at a community clean-up event at the Kaysville Ponds. Parking: You can park in the parking lot located just north of the Utah House (920 S. 50 W. Kaysville, UT 84037). Overflow parking will be across the street at the Varga Arboretum. Check-in: Meet up at the Garden View Pavilion on 50 West in Kaysville to grab a garbage bag and supplies. Remember to dress for the weather! Wear appropriate footwear, sunscreen, and hats. And if you're able, bring some gloves and a water bottle too! Children must have adult supervision. We will be removing litter from the shoreline only. No kayaks, paddleboards, or canoes. Questions? Reach out to Davis County Extension at 801-499-5370.



Earth Day Clean-Up at the Kaysville Ponds

Let's gather together and make our planet a better place this Earth Day! Come volunteer with USU Extension, Davis County 4-H, the USU Botanical Center, and USU Kaysville on April 22nd at a community clean-up event at the Kaysville Ponds. Parking: You can park in the parking lot located just north of the Utah House (920 S. 50 W. Kaysville, UT 84037). Overflow parking will be across the street at the Varga Arboretum. Check-in: Meet up at the Garden View Pavilion on 50 West in Kaysville to grab a garbage bag and supplies. Remember to dress for the weather! Wear appropriate footwear, sunscreen, and hats. And if you're able, bring some gloves and a water bottle too! Children must have adult supervision. We will be removing litter from the shoreline only. No kayaks, paddleboards, or canoes. Questions? Reach out to Davis County Extension at 801-499-5370.



8th Annual Utah Blues Fest - Day 1

The Utah Blues Society presents its biggest fundraiser of the year, the 8th Annual Utah Blues Fest - Day 1. Featured national performers kick off at 5 pm with LARRY MCCRAY, followed by ANNIKA CHAMBERS & PAUL DESLAURIERS and ending with TAB BENOIT. After the Fest, at 10 pm, bay area's Mitch Woods brings his world renowned "Club 88" to the host hotel's piano bar (the Marriott) where the musicians will sit in for late night jamming.

https://www.utahbluesfest.org/



Beer at the Confluence

Enjoy craft brews at the Three Creeks Confluence with live music, bites, and more! Celebrate success stories of stream daylighting in the Salt Lake Valley and learn about our special Three Creeks Confluence. All ages welcome! Enjoy classics and seasonal pours from Fisher Brewing. $1/pint will go towards maintenance and programming at the Confluence. Limited on-street parking is available. Alternative forms of transportation are strongly recommended. The Jordan River Trail connects to the site. Utah Transit Authority’s 9 and 509 Buses stop nearby, and the Ballpark TRAX Station is approximately a mile away. Bike valet is available. *Valid ID required for beer purchase. For ADA accessibility, please contact info@sevencanyonstrust.org or 585.703.8582. Disfruta en la Confluencia de los Tres Arroyos con cerveza, música, comida y más ¡Todas las edades son bienvenidas! Celebrar un parque público en Salt Lake City y proyecto de restauración de arroyos. $ 1/pinta se destinará al mantenimiento y la programación en la Confluencia. Identificación Válida para la compra de cerveza. https://sevencanyonstrust.org/events/beer-garden



8th Annual Utah Blues Fest - Day 2

The Utah Blues Society presents Day 2 of its biggest fundraiser of the year, the 8th Annual Utah Blues Fest. Featured national performers kick off at noon with DENNIS JONES, the CASH BOX KINGS, D.K. HARRELL, SUE FOLEY and ending with SOUTHERN AVENUE. After the Fest, at 10 pm, bay area's Mitch Woods brings his world renowned "Club 88" to the host hotel's piano bar (the Marriott) where the musicians will sit in for late night jamming. There will also be free workshops – Tony Holiday’s Harmonica Workshop and Sue Foley’s nationally respected “One Guitar Woman”!

https://www.utahbluesfest.org/



Range 2 River Relay

Bike, boat, & run from the Wasatch Range to the Jordan River. Explore the condition of the Salt Lake Valley’s waterways and learn about recreation in your backyard. Win awesome prizes from Backpacker’s Pantry, Bluff Street Bandit, Bingham Cyclery, Coalatree, Dr. Naylor, Epic Brewing, Gnarly Nutrition, HOKA, Party Shirt International, Pit Viper, Salt Lake Running Company, Voile, 5.11 Tactical, and more! The Range 2 River Relay is light on competition and heavy on fun! Team Heat For those looking to build friendships and have family-friendly fun! Teams include a biker, boater, and runner. The first participant bikes the path of City Creek. This 7.2-mile leg starts at the Utah State Fairpark - West Lot, bikes up to the City Creek Canyon Trailhead, and ends back at the Utah State Fairpark - West Lot. The second teammate boats the Jordan River northward. This 3.3-mile leg starts at Utah State Fairpark - West Lot and ends at Riverview Trailhead. The scenic Jordan River Trail is utilized for the final stretch of the race. This 3.4-mile leg starts at the Riverview Trailhead and finishes back at the Utah State Fairpark - West Lot. Individual Heat For those looking to test their active transportation and outdoor recreation abilities! Participate in the course as a triathlon. *Attention: Competitors are required to bring their own equipment, including a bicycle, bicycle helmet, non-motorized watercraft, paddle(s), and personal floatation device. Kayaks, canoes, personal floatation devices, and paddles rentals from the Jordan River Commission are sold out. Additional equipment can be rented from your local gear outfitters or the University of Utah’s Outdoor Adventures for a fee. Register here: https://sevencanyonstrust.org/events/range-river-relay