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2013 Events

January 17-27 - Sundance Film Festival, Park City - The internationally recognized showcase for new American independent film. Featuring films such as Searching for Sugar Man and Chasing Ice. The Sundance Film Festival is one of the premier film festivals in the west. 435-658-3456 (11578)

January 23-26 - LDS Film Festival, Orem - All event, day passes and individual event passes will be available for The Annual LDS Film Festival. The event will feature the 24-Hour film making marathon, a short film competition, workshops, a trade show and many feature film screenings and premieres. Films include the Playbook and Pretty Darn Funny. 801-225-2787 Scera Center (11579)

February 21-23, 25 - Into the Woods, Ogden - Ogden High School Theater presents Into the Woods. Tickets are available at the door. Come enjoy the story of the baker's wife and the curse that the witch put upon her. 801-737-8700 Ogden High School Spencer Fox Eccles Theater (11577)

April 4 - Romeo and Juliet - Utah Shakespeare Festival Tour, Ogden - Featuring a free performance by the touring Shakespearian group from Southern Utah University, this performance of Romeo and Juliet is sure to be excellent. A great event for both the connoisseur of fine arts and the casual observer. 801-737-7305 Historic Ogden High School Theater (11723)

April 4 - Space Science Youth Art Show, Salt Lake City - The Space Science youth art show will feature a reception for participants and their families, along with an art show that will be open to the public. 385-468-7827 (11715)

April 5 - Community Partner Day, Salt Lake City - Thanks to various community partners, the Clark Planetarium is able to sponsor a free, hands-on community partner day. There will be a variety of exciting science related activities in which those present may participate. 385-468-7827 Clark Planetarium (11720)

April 9 - Food Truck Day, Salt Lake City - Many local food vendors will bring their food to the Clark Planetarium. In addition to great food, Clark Planetarium staff will be demonstrating science and solar telescopes. 385-468-7827 Clark Planetarium (11719)

April 11 - 10-Year Anniversary Gala with Phil Plait, Salt Lake City - Phil Plait, the "bad astronomer" will address participants at the 10-Year anniversary gala at the Clark Planetarium. Plait received a PhD in astronomy from Michigan University. He is a dynamic speaker with a vast knowledge in the area of astronomy. 385-468-7827 (11718)

April 12 - Lecture: 10-Years of Space Exploration, West Jordan - The Clark Planetarium presents 10 Years of Space Exploration. The presentation discusses the changes in space exploration which have occurred over the last 10 years, leaving the visitor more enlightened as to the recent objectives, advances in, and highlights of space exploration. 385-468-7827 Salt Lake County Viridian Library (11717)

April 13 - Star Party, Sandy - The Clark Planetarium staff will host a Star Party from 8:30 PM - 10:30. Come learn more about planets and stars and enjoy viewing them through telescopes. 385-468-7827 Dimple Dell Recreation Center (11716)

April 19 - Romeo and Juliet - Utah Shakespeare Festival Tour, Layton - Come enjoy Romeo and Juliet as performed by actors from Southern Utah University (SUU) at Layton High School. The performance will be free and will showcase some of the best acting talent which Utah has to offer. 801-698-3605 Layton High School Theater (11743)

May 3-5 - USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championships, Ogden - Come enjoy this unique opportunity to watch as close to 500 cyclists from over 100 different schools compete for the USA Cycling Collegiate Championship. There will be races held in downtown Ogden as well as at Antelope Island. 801-778-6254 (11747)

May 4 - Hear Us Roar 5K, Vernal - Join us for a 5K and Free Kids Fun Run to help us raise funding to benefit local children in Vernal. The Hear Us Roar 5K is a fundraiser to help raise money for children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Come enjoy a run through scenic Vernal, Utah. Uintah Recreation District Center (11740)

May 18 - Ogden Marathon, Ogden - The Ogden Marathon is a fun marathon in which to run in a nice scenic part of Utah. Don't miss the opportunity to participate as a runner, a spectator, or a volunteer. 801-399-1773 (11748)

May 21 - June 1 - Pony Express Days, Eagle Mountain - Pony Express Days are coming to Eagle Mountain. During the events, there will be a number of fun things to do including: a PRCA rodeo, a demolition derby, and a number of fun carnival rides and games. On June 1st at the Silver Lake Amphitheater there will also be a concert featuring Chris Cagle with fireworks after it finishes. 801-789-6600 Eagle Mountain City Hall (11853)

May 25-26 - Moab Arts Festival, Moab - Visitors find handcrafted jewelry, sculptures, and live entertainment near Arches National Park. The Moab Arts Festival showcases some of the best art in mediums such as pottery, clothing, and photography that Southern Utah has to offer. 435-259-2742 Swanny City Park (11580)

June 1 - Utah Crystal Festival, Salt Lake City - Free event open to anyone and everyone interested in rocks, minerals, crystals, and crystal energy. There will be a variety of activities including a clinic that will you learn how to identify rocks, and a number of children's activities. 801.355.7952 (11991)

June 7-8 - Ogden Arts Festival, Ogden - Come enjoy free amazing live performances, activities, demonstrations and competition all at the Ogden Arts Festival. There will be fun art activities for children, as well as music, and wandering entertainers. Also, there will be a gallery stroll. Ogden's Historic Train Depot (11990)

June 13-15 - South Jordan Country Fest, South Jordan - South Jordan City fun is on the run! This annual city celebration, Country Fest, is a family fun event packed full with food, childrens games, traditional equestrian events, vendors, 5K, music and fireworks! Thursday, June 14, 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm Friday, June 15, TBA to 12:00 am Saturday, June 16, 10:00 am to 12:00 am 801-254-3048 (11854)

June 13-15 - Summerfest Arts Faire, Logan - Summerfest offers fine art, great food and entertainment to it's visitors as well as quality entertainment with headliner concerts each evening. There also is a children's art yard, which provides children with the opportunity to create their own works of art. 435-213-3858 Tabernacle Square (11581)

June 20-23 - Utah Arts Festival, Salt Lake City - The Utah Arts Festival is a four day celebration of performing, visual, film, and literary arts all located on Salt Lake City's Library Square. The Utah Arts Festival provides an opportunity to display and view creative works, to network, and to have fun. 801-322-2428 Library Square (11582)

June 21-23 - Eyes to the Sky Hot Air Balloon Festival, Salina - The Eyes to the Sky Hot Air Balloon Festival is an intriguing event featuring over 20 hot air balloon launches. Additionally, there will be concerts, swimming, and a variety of other things to do throughout the event. 435-893-0458 1 Mile West of Salina (12045)

June 24-29 - Lehi-Round-Up Celebration, Lehi - The Lehi Round-Up Celebration features a number of events including: a rodeo, a parade, a tennis tournament, and a horseshoe tournament. Come celebrate our western heritage with us here in Lehi. (11855)

June 24 - October 19 - Utah Shakespearean Festival, Cedar City - When you're not catching a performance of one of the Bard's plays, there are also backstage tours and literary seminars to enjoy. This years Shakespearean Festival will include the plays: Love's Labour Lost, Peter, The Tempest, King John, and Richard II. Come enjoy this great event. 800-752-9849 (11583)

June 28 - Premier of Dragons: Real Myths and Unreal Creatures, Salt Lake City - Come join the Clark Planetarium for the exhibit Premier of Dragons: Real Myths and Unreal Creatures. This exhibit focuses on dragon related activities for children, as it explores the myths and legends which surround dragons throughout human history. 385.468.1229 (12047)

August 5-11 - The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah, Salt Lake City - A six-day, seven-stage, 300-mile plus professional bicycle road race. This years event passes through Brian's Head, Cedar City, Panguitch, Park City, Payson, Richfield, Salt Lake City, Snowbasin, Snowbird, and Torrey. The Tour of Utah takes cyclists through some of the most scenic parts of Utah. 801-325-2500 (11584)

August 7-10 - Weber County Fair, Ogden - Featuring events such as a horse pull, and a demolition derby, the Weber County Fair has a variety of activities for everyone. Additionally, the fair features local entertainment and livestock exhibits. Weber County Fairgrounds (11587)

August 8-10 - Cache County Fair and Rodeo, Logan - With a PRCA rodeo, a horse show, livestock shows and exhibits, a carnival, the famous community booths, and local entertainment, the Cache Valley Fair and Rodeo offers something for everyone. This event also features home arts, the Farm Bureau talent find, a 4-H fashion revue, a junior livestock show and sale, and hay judging. 435-755-1460 (11585)

August 14-17 - Davis County Fair, Farmington - The Davis County Fair is proud to provide wholesome, fun, and free entertainment to the community of Davis County! The Davis County Fair features horsemanship events, a livestock show, and a variety of other entertainment. 801-451-4080 Legacy Events Center‎ (11588)

August 30-31 - Swiss Days, Midway - Costumed locals in this mountain town prepare traditional Swiss dishes for visitors to enjoy. Don't miss the craft booths, Swiss Miss performances, and yodelers. 801-234-0673 Town Square (11586)