Monday, April 30, 2012

2012 Summer Nature Camps at the Ogden Nature Center

If your kids love wild animals, warm summer days in the great outdoors, exploring open spaces and (shhhhh!) learning some science just for fun - then check out the summer camps at the Ogden Nature Center.
This summer, the Ogden Nature Center is offering a variety of nature camps, with different themes designed for specific age groups ranging from 2-16.  There are week-long day camps (with one night spent under the stars), single day adventures for younger campers, and family campouts for all ages. There are also openings for teenage camp assistants.  The choices are many!  Nature Camp options are all listed at or on the attached brochure.
The Ogden Nature Center has a highly qualified, and fun team of teacher/naturalists.  Each have degrees in natural science, botany, environmental education or a related field and they all love spending time with children in the great outdoors!
Scholarships are available for those needing financial assistance.  Contact Stefanie Miller regarding scholarships at 801-621-7595.
For more information, or to register for Summer Nature Camps, please call the Ogden Nature Center at 801-621-7595. Space is limited to ensure a quality experience for all. 

Sunday, April 29, 2012

Summer Kids Movie Deal

Cinemark has a killer movie deal this summer!! Who wants to come with us!?

To purchase your tickets, go to the box office at Jordan Landing in West Jordan. Located off of Bangerter and 7500 South.

More Information:

Friday, April 27, 2012

Ogden Climbing Festival

Today and tomorrow at Ogden Boulder Fields  in Ogden is the Ogden Climbing Festival. You can park at the St Joseph's High School at 1790 Lake Street.

Weber State University Campus Recreation Outdoor Program presents the fifth annual Ogden Climbing Festival, April 27-29, 2012. The committee invites climbers and non-climbers to attend the festival that boasts free gear demos, climbing clinics, a barbecue, event after party, community clean up, and the chance to meet renowned adventurers and rock climbers. In addition, the festival will also host an outdoor boulder competition on Saturday at the Ogden Boulder Field. All events are open to the public and family-friendly.

Make sure to say hi to our friends at Indie Ogden while you are there!

Visit the website for complete information. 

This post has been sponsored by Utah Ogden DUI Attorneys - "where you can find local experienced Ogden DUI attorney for you or a loved one that has been charged with DUI-DWI charges."

Utah Jazz Playoff Tickets


Playoff Home Games 1 and 2 vs. San Antonio Spurs are now on sale for both lower and upper bowl seats

Round 1 Home Games:
Home Game 1 = Saturday, May 5th @ 8:00pm(MT)
Home Game 2 = Monday, May 7th @ TBD

Call Steve (801) 325-7222


Comes with 18 tickets and 3 parking passes as well as a $700 credit to order food
and drinks from our suite menu.

Total Cost:  $4,700


Each room comes with 8 tickets and our full VIP dinner and dessert served privately in the room
Halftime nachos and popcorn
Beer available upon request at no additional cost
Rooms can be adjoined for larger parties

Total Cost:  $640

Call Steve (801) 325-7222

Get tickets for the entire playoffs at the Season Ticket Holder
discount by purchasing 2012-13 Season Tickets Now!!!

Sports And Asthma

With sports season in full swing, it's scary to send your child afflicted with asthma to be in the care of another adult who may not know much about asthma. Are you a coach that has individuals on your team that have asthma? Would you know what to do in the event of an asthma attack?

Winning With Asthma is a program dedicated to helping others be more educated when it comes to asthma and sports. Get educated with The Coach's Asthma Clipboard Program - Winning With Asthma. "We created this program so coaches could learn about asthma, how it affects an athlete's ability to compete, and how the coach can help athletes manage their symptoms while playing their very best!"

Parents can also benefit from this short online program. Knowledge is power, right?

Thanks to Utah Asthma for letting us know about this great education opportunity!

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Youth Job Fair

More Teens with Job Skills Strengthen the Economy
The City Library Hosts Youth Job Fair

April 25, 2012—Salt Lake City—The economic future can look bleak for high school and college students. As significant numbers of college graduates struggle to find gainful employment, it is more important than ever to have a strong resume, work experience and a degree to find that perfect career. To that end, The City Library is hosting a Youth Job Fair, May 3, 1-6pm.

Aimed at helping young adults take their first steps in the job market, the youth job fair will include a variety of workshops and lectures, as well as a discussion with Utah Jazz legend, Thurl Bailey. Associates from the Department of Workforce Services will be on-hand to assist in applying for jobs online, and the writing experts from the SLCC Community Writing Center will be available to help craft job-earning resumes.

Workshops include practice interviews, financial management, applicant profiles and more. Participants will be eligible for a wide array of prizes, drawn at the end of the fair.

This event is made possible with support from the Utah Department of Workforce Services, Lifting Youth to Future Employment, the Employment Connection Advisory Board, the SLCC Community Writing Center and Taco Bell. 

Day Out With Thomas CONTEST!

Day Out With Thomas offers an opportunity for children and their families to take a ride with Thomas the Tank Engine and to meet Sir Topham Hat, the Controller of the Railway.

The event will be this Memorial Day weekend, May 25-28.

The Heber Valley Railroad is running a contest on the Heber Valley Railroad Facebook page May 1-14 to find the biggest Thomas the Tank Engine fan to be named the honorary conductor. This honorary conductor will be selected from video submissions on the Facebook page (an example of a video submission will be posted). The honorary conductor will be the first on board and will get to pull the train horn and say, "All aboard!" 

Details for honorary conductor contest:
  • May 1-14, post a video on Heber Valley Railroad's Facebook page of your little conductor and why he or she is the biggest Thomas fan.
  • Get others to "like" your video submission.
  • One winner will be selected each week for a family four-pack of tickets to Day Out With Thomas.
  • One winner will be selected on May 15 to be named the honorary conductor and win a family four-pack of tickets to Day Out With Thomas. 

About Day Out With Thomas

Day Out With Thomas offers an opportunity for children and their families to take a 25-minute ride with Thomas the Tank Engine and to meet Sir Topham Hat, the Controller of the Railway. Every event has a Thomas & Friends Imagination Station with Thomas-themed activities, including stamps, temporary tattoos, hands-on arts and crafts, and a Thomas storytelling and video viewing area. 

Activities Include:
Giant hay bale maze
Miniature golf course (putt-putt)
Balloon tying clown
Musical entertainment by "The Pied Piper of Percussion" 
Motor-car rides
Magic shows
"Imagination Station" play area
Temporary tattoos
Storytelling and video
Bubbles and sidewalk chalk

Friday and Saturday
Event Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Train Departures: 10:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (Train departs from the Depot every 45 minutes.)

Sunday and Monday
Event Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Train Departures: 10:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (Train departs from the Depot every 45 minutes.)

Length of Train Ride: 25 minutes round trip

Ticket Price
$18 per person (All seats are General Admission. Ages 2+ require a ticket.)

To Purchase Tickets: Tickets are available through

For more information and to buy tickets, visit 

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Living Traditions Festival

The Salt Lake City Arts Council is pleased to present the Living Traditions Festival, a celebration of traditional folk and ethnic arts. Living Traditions brings people together to honour the diversity and cultural traditions of our community. Local ethnic artists—craftspeople, dancers, musicians and community groups—provide the framework for the Living Traditions Festival.

This year the festival will be on May 18-20 on the lawn at the Salt Lake City County Building on 400 South and 500 South State Street, and is FREE for those who wish to attend!

Bake Sale and Raffle

A bake sale and raffle to help support Maddie 2 Europe:

Ogden Arts Festival

The Union Station Foundation to Host 
Ninth Annual Ogden Arts Festival
Ogden, Utah - On June 8 and 9, 2012, visual, performing and culinary artists will descend on Ogden’s Historic 25th Street and Union Station for the ninth annual Ogden Arts Festival ( Northern Utah’s largest multi-disciplinary event will feature more than 60 regional and local artists with award-winning fine art exhibits, the Foursite Film Festival, hands-on ARTivities for all ages, live musical performances, a plein air competition and silent auction, and the popular “Taste of Downtown” culinary event.  
The Ogden Arts Festival will kick-off summer, Friday, June 8 at 3 p.m. at Ogden Union Station Fountain Plaza with a Plein Air competition and a public silent auction. In addition, 20 artists will showcase their talents from booths around Fountain Plaza until 9 pm. From 6:30 to 8 p.m. “Taste of Downtown” will offer culinary creations and samplings of downtown Ogden’s finest restaurants including Ravolis Ristorante Italiano, Tona Sushi Bar and Grill, Two Bit Street Cafe, Roosters, Union Grill, MacCool’s Public House, Crowley Gallery and CafĂ© and Jasoh!. Tickets are $10 per person. Guests are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance. New this year, the Plein Air Exhibit and Silent Auction will be open to the Taste of Downtown guests in Union Station’s Gallery 51 where these freshly painted images of Ogden will be available for immediate sale or by silent auction. 
On Saturday, June 9, 2012 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., musicians, exhibitors, painters, sculptures and other artists will showcase their talents at Union Station and along Historic 25th Street. Live musical performances, on two stages, acoustic and rock, will fill the air with music. A food court as well as beer and wine garden will be available.
Kid’s ARTivities will spark young artist’s creativity on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the Union Station north lawn. The ARTivities will provide a variety of free art forms offered by local non-profit organizations. Participating organizations include Weber State University Arts in the Park, Ogden Nature Center, Eccles Community Art Center, Union Station Foundation, George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park and Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah.
New this year, Nurture the Creative Mind Foundation will present “Poetic Portraits” on Saturday from 2 to 3 p.m. on the Union Station south lawn. During this event, youth participants will read their poetry while artists actively paint the poet’s portraits, words and expression. 
Crowd favorites, the Plein Air and Quick Draw competitions, will become major attractions at this year’s Arts Festival.  Plein Air competitors will receive a blank canvas on Friday, June 1 with five days to complete their work of art. Finished entries must be returned to Union Station's Gallery 51 by 5 p.m. on Tuesday, June 5, 2012. Boundaries for the Plein Air competition are set to capture the historic and natural beauty of the downtown Ogden area. Completed pieces will be included in the silent auction. Winners of the competition will be awarded cash prizes. Artists interested in participating should visit or contact Suzy at 801-633-7253.

 Registration for the Quick Draw competition will begin on Saturday at 9 a.m. Festival goers will be able to watch, as artists paint within the festival and immediate downtown area. Submissions are due by 12:30 p.m. After submitted, the Quick Draw pieces will be on display under the Quick Draw Tent outside on Historic 25th Street and available for immediate sale or silent auction, which will continue until bidding ends on Saturday at 4 p.m. 

To participate as a donor, sponsor, volunteer, artists, performer or attendee visit

"I Make A Difference" Teen Art and Media Contest

View their facebook page for complete details.

Show how you are making a POSITIVE impact in your community, with family or friends and enter to win aFREE iPod Nano!

Top three entries in each category will win a prize.

To submit your entries CLICK HERE

Categories and Sizes:

  • See Me (Artwork, photos, 3-D pieces) Up to 11” x 17” or 2’x2’x2’ for 3-D pieces
  • Hear Me (audio, video, slide show) up to 2 minutes in length
  • Know Me (short story, essay, poems) Up to one page, single-spaced
Or drop off or mail to:
Youth Services:
Attn: Tammy Champo
177 W Price Ave (3610 South)
Salt Lake City, UT 84115

Entries due by April 30th, 2012

Voting on Facebook May 1st - May 15th 2012 (No Calls)

Facebook voting will determine top three in each category. First place winners in each category will be selected through the I Make a Difference Committee.
Winners will be announced and awarded at an Art Exhibit Open House at the Salt Lake City Library on May 26, 2012 at 1 PM.

All entries will be on display at the Salt Lake City Library
May 21st through May 31st, 2012.

Mothers' Day Activities In Utah

Mothers' Day is a great opportunity to tell mom how much you love her and appreciate all she has done for you. Below are activities and events going on to celebrate all kinds of mothers. If you know of one we have forgot, email us at

Salt Lake County
Utah County
Summit/Wasatch County
Tooele County

Edible Wasatch Treasure Hunt

Gather the family, jump on your bikes, and head out on an edible treasure hunt around Salt Lake City! Thanks to Edible Wasatch Magazine for this information!

Info about this event from Edible Wasatch Magazine:

Welcome to the second annual Edible Wasatch Treasure Hunt, sponsored by Utah's Own and the City of Salt Lake, a benefit the Utah Society for Environmental Education.

The treasure hunt is an annual bike event which takes place this year on June 16th in Salt Lake City. Riders under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a guaridan. Children 12 and under may participate free of charge when accompanied by a registered adult. Riders of all ages must register here to participate.
There are three rides to choose from, each with their own unique geographical features and flavors. Choose the neigborhood you'd like to explore and register for that option: 1) the Avenues and Marmalade, 2) the 9th & 9th Sugarhouse area, or 3) Downtown & Trolley. 

Once you've registered you will receive a confirmation email and on the day of the hunt join the rest of the riders at Reservoir Park to collect your clue card and set out on a tasty tour of the city. Each ride concludes back at the park with an afternoon festival including live music, food trucks and a prize drawing. It's a great time and space is limited so register today!


Jazz Playoff Ticket Presale

Jazz Playoff Ticket Presale
Get Playoff tickets before they go on sale to the general public.

·        Presale Begins Tuesday, April 24 at 10:00 a.m. MT
·        Enter Promotion Code: SN7222

Click here* to purchase tickets to Round 1 Home Game 1.
Click here* to purchase tickets to Round 1 Home Game 2.

This is an online offer only. All tickets will be delivered via Flash Seats.

Also, for each ticket you purchase, you will receive a
free ticket to a Salt Lake Bees game in May.

*Offers will not be active until Tuesday, April 24 at 10:00 a.m. MT.

Monday, April 23, 2012

Springtime At Thanksgiving Point

The tulips and other flowers are all in bloom at Thanksgiving Point! Springtime is a great time to visit and explore the gardens. The Children's Discovery Garden is perfect for the younger explorers, and the rest of the gardens are great for all ages.

Grab a map when you enter, and plan to spend at least a few hours wandering the gardens. The Children's Discovery Garden has enough to see and do that you can easily spend an hour or two just in there.

From now until April 28th they are celebrating with their Tulip Festival. On Fridays and Saturdays you can enjoy vendors, food and music.

Admission prices are on their website, or you can purchase the Salt Lake Connect Pass for admission. Thanksgiving Point Gardens is one of the attractions that you can visit with your Salt Lake Connect Pass. For one price, enjoy admission to many local attractions.

May 2012 Activities At The Ogden Nature Center

Wild Wednesday/Whoo Eats Whom? 
Wednesday, May 2 at 3:30 pm
Free for ONC members
$2 children / $3 seniors / $4 adults
All ages welcome!
Learn about predator prey relationships with the help of Pueo the Short-eared Owl.  Meet Pueo in person and get an up-close look at skulls, pelts, teeth, and more while learning about the traits that help animals survive in the wild.
Wild Wednesday/Hiding Habitats: Wetlands and Ponds 
Wednesday, May 9 at 3:30 pm
Free for ONC members
$2 children / $3 seniors / $4 adults
All ages welcome!
Meet Pueo the Short-eared Owl and learn about the wetlands that he calls home.  Play a wetland game and with the help of a teacher/naturalist, and venture out on the Nature Center's trails to look for signs of wildlife in and around the ponds. 
Fly with the Flock 5K Fun Run & Pancake Breakfast
Saturday, May 12 -- run begins at 8 am
Day-of registration will begin at 6:30 a.m., but is limited to space still available.
Early registration is $22 for adults and $14 for kids. Breakfast, a t-shirt, an up-cycled goodie bag and prize drawings are all included.  After May 1 rates increase to $27 for adults and $16 for kids.  Early registration guarantees your t-shirt and goodie bag.
Run or walk and enjoy a yummy breakfast to benefit the Ogden Nature Center. With options for a 5K, a 2.5K for kids (12 and under) and for the littles -- a 100 foot kids dash with every dasher winning a tree-cookie medal. Call 801-621-7595 or visit for more information or to register. 
Wild & Edible Foraging Walk
Saturday, May 12 from 11 am - 1 pm
$3 for ONC members/$5 for non-members
Ages: 10+
Come out for a walk and wild snack during the spring salad season. Join staff botanist Cheyenne Herland and James Magruder, a volunteer naturalist for Weber Pathways and local wild foods forager, for a walk to identify and collect spring greens. We'll then enjoy a dish created from the foods we've found. To reserve your spot call 801-621-7595 to pre-register and pay by Friday, May 11 at 2 pm.
Wild Wednesday/Fantastic Falcons 
Wednesday, May 16 at 3:30 pm
Free for ONC members
$2 children / $3 seniors / $4 adults
All ages welcome!
What can dive at over 200 miles per hour?  What has a beak that acts like a can opener?  Falcons!  Spend time with Jetta, the American Kestrel.  Learn what separates falcons from other types of birds. Then take a short hike with a naturalist to look for signs of falcons at the Ogden Nature Center.  Please meet in the Visitor Center. 
Scout Saturdays
Saturday, May 19 
Choose one workshop or all three
9 am - Native vs. Invasive
10 am - Conservation
11 am - Venomous Reptiles
Cost $5 per scout
The Ogden Nature Center provides the perfect outdoor classroom for scout activities. An Ogden Nature Center teacher/naturalist will help your scouts pass off badge requirements during these 45-minute classes. Reservations and a non-refundable deposit are required. For information on the requirements for each badge please refer to
Wild Wednesday/Our National Symbol: A Memorial Day Program 
Wednesday, May 23 at 3:30 pm
Free for ONC members
$2 children / $3 seniors / $4 adults
All ages welcome!
Did you know the Bald Eagle had to compete with the turkey to become our national symbol?  It's true!  Join us for a special Memorial Day program with the Ogden Nature Center's own Bald Eagle, Des Ta Te.  Come learn about these special birds and hear how they finally became our national symbol.   Please meet in the Visitor Center.
Preschool Discovery Days -- Floats & Fins & Things That Swim
Choose a date and time:
Tuesday, May 29 or Thursday, May 31
9:30 am, 11:00 am or 1 pm
Cost - $5 child/adult pair - non members, 
$4 child/adult pair for members 
General admission fees apply to additional family members. A non-refundable deposit of 50% must be paid in advance for groups of 5 children or more. Pre-registration is required. 
Ages: 3-5  
Try finding a frog or spotting a turtle as we explore the world of creatures that swim. Time will be spent inside as well as outside, enjoying fishy stories and making a fish magnet to take home.  Outside exploration of pond life will be included.
Wild Wednesday/Accipiters-Aces of the Forest 
Wednesday, May 30 at 3:30 pm
Free for ONC members
$2 children / $3 seniors / $4 adults
All ages welcome!
Sharpies! Coops! Goshawks!  Utah is home to these three types of Accipiters, also known as the true hawks.   Meet the Ogden Nature Center's own goshawk and discover how Accipiters survive in the forests.  Please meet in the Visitor Center.
Please note:
Class sizes are limited to ensure a quality experience.  Call in reservations over the phone and pay with a credit card or come in person to pay with cash or checks.  The Ogden Nature Center reserves the right to change instructors or cancel classes due to circumstances beyond our control including, illness, inclement weather or low attendance.  The Ogden Nature Center is located at 966 W. 12th Street in Ogden, Utah. For more information, please visit or call 801-621-7595.

Sixth Annual Birds And Bees Event

Roosters Brewing Company, Union Grill and Beehive Cheese 
Partner for Sixth Annual Birds and Bees Event 
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Ogden, Utah - Beehive Cheese Company, Union Grill and Roosters Brewing Company and Restaurant will unite for the sixth annual Union of the Birds and Bees, a signature tasting event. The Union of the Birds and Bees will take place May 12, 2012 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. at Ogden’s Historic Union Station. New this year, the event beneficiary is the Union Station Foundation. 
“Roosters along with our friends at Beehive Cheese are making this year’s Union of the Birds and Bees our largest celebration to date. The best part, it benefits a deserving organization that educates and celebrates our community’s history and culture - the Union Station Foundation,” said Kym Buttschardt, owner of Roosters Brewing Company and Restaurant. 
Beehive Cheesemaker Tim Welsh, Roosters Brewmaster Steve Kirkland and Roosters Chef and Owner Pete Buttschardt will collaborate to offer culinary delights prepared with award-winning Beehive Cheese. Roosters’ will serve a selection of their finest brews such as Bee’s Knees Honey Wheat, Junction City Chocolate Stout, Diamondback, Polygamy Pale Ale. The Celtic rockers Pladdohg will fill Historic Union Station’s Grand Lobby with music for the ultimate vibe. 
The Union of the Birds and Bees menu includes: 
  • Sliced beef medallions served on a fluffy bed of Beehive Promontory mashed potatoes, topped with a dollop of Pepperlane preserves
  • Raclette of melted Beehive Promontory with Rosemary over roasted potatoes – an annual favorite
  • Mini carne asada tacos with Beehive Smoked Habanero and fresh pico de gallo
  • Smoked St. Louis ribs prepared with a Barely Buzzed-inspired rub of espresso and lavender served with a killer sidecar of Beehive Habanero mac-n-cheese
  • Caprese-style salad of tomatoes, basil, Beehive Fresh and fresh green beans for good measure
  • Baaaaaad-ass lamb meatballs topped with caramelized onions prepared with Roosters Honey Wheat brew and a sidecar of farfalle and Beehive Aggiano
  • Wide selection of Beehive cheeses served with a cone of shaved Creminelli charcuterie
  • Beehive cheesy polenta with southwestern roasted vegetable salsa
  • Utahan poutine  - Golden french fries topped with fresh Beehive Cheese Curds, smothered in Diamondback Ale gravy
  • Delicious assortment of Union Grill desserts
“We invite everyone to attend this unforgettable evening and support a cause that is an historic landmark,” said Buttschardt.  “For our Salt Lake and Davis County guests remember the Front Runner train is an excellent option and allows almost front door service to Historic Union Station.” 
Tickets are $50 per person and are available online at Tickets may also be purchased on site at Beehive Cheese Creamery, Roosters Ogden and Layton locations or at Union Grill. Guests will receive a commemorative glass to mark the occasion.   

The Union Station Foundation is the beneficiary of the 2012 Union of the Birds and Bees event. The Union Station Foundation celebrates our community’s history, memory and culture through the preservation of the historic train depot. Ogden Union Station is home to the Utah State Railroad Museum, Spencer S. Eccles Rail Center, the John M. Browning Firearms Museum and the Browning-Kimball Classic Car Museum. Through the museums, the Foundation seeks to educate the public about the significant role that Ogden played as the junction of the railroads and the expansion of America.

For additional information visit or call 801.476.0900.
About Roosters Brewing Co. 
For sixteen years Roosters has been a community gathering place for the eclectic population in Ogden. In 2005, owners Kym and Pete Buttschardt, and the Roosters crew opened a second location in Layton. Roosters serves a flavorful mix of pizzas, pastas and delicious entrees as well as daily specials. Favorites include their Famous Fish Tacos, Penne with Grilled Chicken and Creamy Pesto, Herb Crusted Rack of Lamb or Grilled Ahi Spring Salad. They offer more than 26 unique brews and beverages such as the popular Bee’s Knees Honey Wheat and Polygamy Pale Ale. Their brews are featured in hot spots along the Wasatch Front. 
About Union Grill 
Located in Ogden’s Historic Union Station among art galleries, museums and cool architecture, Union Grill was the founding restaurant of Kym and Pete Buttschardt and has served as a downtown community anchor for more than 20 years.  The Union Grill’s friendly staff serves an interesting and wide variety of crave-able foods as well as the best desserts in Ogden. Union Grill operates a thriving full-service catering operation as well.
About Beehive Cheese 
Beehive Cheese was established in 2005 by two brothers-in-law, Tim Welsh and Pat Ford. They are a Utah family that shares a passion for the artisan way of life and produce handcrafted cheeses to share with neighbors and cheese-lovers all over the world. Their products are made from local milk. Beehive Cheese is among only a few artisan cheese makers in Utah. Beehive Cheese received a silver medal at the World Cheese Awards for Full Moon and a bronze medal for the Apple Walnut Smoked. They have also received four first place awards for Barely Buzzed at the American Cheese Society Annual Competition. Since 2005, Beehive Cheese has received 17 major awards for their unique, hand-rubbed cheeses.
About the Union Station Foundation
The mission of the Union Station Foundation is to celebrate our community's history, memory and culture through the preservation of the historic train depot. The Union Station Foundation's operating income is derived solely from donations, room rentals, gift shop sales and museum admissions. Public support is vital to keep this distinct Ogden landmark thriving.

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Provo River Bike Trail Opening

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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Utah Earth Day And Arbor Day Activities

Earth Day is Sunday, April 22nd 2012, and Arbor Day is Friday, April 27th 2012. There are many ways to celebrate.  Below are events that we know of, many of them going on during April and May.

If you know of one we have forgot, please email us at (Thanks to About Salt Lake City. Many of the events listed below came from her list.)

Earth Day Crafts and Misc.
Salt Lake County
Utah County
Weber County
Washington County
If you do not see your county listed, it's because we have not yet found activities or events in that part of Utah. If you know of one, please email us at Thanks!