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Arts Organizations

Utah Arts Learning Opportunities for Children and Youth in Utah

Listing includes nonprofit organizations in Utah offering classes and/or learning experiences in the arts for children and youth.

Festival of Trees

Utah Festival of Trees is one of the world’s largest indoor displays of decorated Christmas Trees and a local favorite holiday tradition. This annual festival embraces its heritage through the passion embodied by thousands of volunteers who organize and orchestrate the Festival in order to raise funds for children at Primary Children’s Hospital.

December 1-4, 2021
Online Only This Year

Festival of Trees
Benefiting Primary Children’s Hospital

Mountain America Exposition Center
Formerly South Towne Exposition Center
9575 State St, Sandy, UT 84070

Run For Kids

Run for Kids, Boys & Girls Club, Provo, Utah, 5K 10K running, Fundraiser, Charitable, Utah CountyThe annual Run for Kids is a 5k/10k run walk or stroll benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Utah County’s Triple Play Health and Fitness Program will be held April 9, 2011.

The running route begins at the historic Fort Utah Park located at 200 N Geneva Rd. in Provo. From the park the route meanders along the peaceful Provo River.

Registration begins at 7:00am with the race beginning at 8:30am. There will be a light breakfast available before and after the race at Fort Utah Park. After the race, carnival games will be available for kids and kids at heart.

All race participants will receive a stylish shirt and the chance to win some prizes!

Thank you for giving back to the youth in our community through your participation in this event.

Contact: Malinda Miller (801) 371-6242 ext. 130

Firehouse BBQ Cook-Off

The Intermountain Barbecue Association , a Utah non-profit organization, will be hosting the first annualFirehouse BBQ Cook-Off in Holladay, UT on Fri/Sat, August 27-28, 2010. This event, featuring both professional and “backyard” (amateur) teams, will be held right behind the City Hall in Holladay (4580 S  2300 E). Both professional and “backyard” teams will compete for top honors & prizes, and proceeds from the event will go towards various participating Fire Houses in the Salt Lake valley. The event will be licensed by the Kansas City Barbecue Society – the largest BBQ association in the world.

Teams will begin setting up & cooking Friday evening. On Saturday, there will be BBQ and soft drinks available by vendors to the public. There will also be public demonstrations on Saturday, and the judging and award ceremony will take place Saturday afternoon around 4 PM.

Registration forms and additional information for individuals/teams interested in competing in either the professional or “backyard” divisions can be found at: www.IMBBQA.com. Individuals and/or teams at ALL levels of skills & interest are invited to come out and be a part of this fun event!

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Firehouse BBQ

Children’s Ballet Theatre

Autumn Choreography Festival

A Festival of dance pieces choreographed by the young members of the Wasatch Youth Ballet for students of The Children’s Ballet Theatre.

Canned food donations will only be accepted on September 3rd, 2009 at the ticket office. For further details, please call 801-355-ARTS

http://www.arttix.org/tickets/production.aspx?performanceNumber=4301

Ballet Dancer

Lahpah Festival

Local Artists Helping Prevent and Assist the Homeless (LAPAH) brings a night of great music to the Gallivan Center. Proceeds benefit Utah’s homeless. The mission of Wasatch United Front is to inspire the people of Salt Lake City to make a difference in the lives of their neighbors through compassion, education and community support. Go to www.wasatchunitedfront.org for more information.

Join musicians, artists, food purveyors, and hundreds of your friends in supporting programs that help the homeless in Salt Lake County by attending the LAHPAH Fest at the Gallivan Center. Throw back a few Uinta beers and enjoy ten hours of music, food and art with 16 of the best bands from Salt Lake City’s rapidly emerging music scene.

Afro Omega, Colin Robison, Gentri Watson, Debi Graham Band, Andale!, James Shook, Brinton Jones of The Devil Whale, Shaky Trade, Jebu, RuRu, Radio Rhythm Makers, Mad Max & The Wild Ones, Chaz Prymek, The Mandalas, Our Time In Space, Jackie Campbell.

http://spongecell.com/event_page/view/842946

Music Festival