Our Community Calendar is a resource we offer to all qualified nonprofits. Community Calendar events are highlighted live, on-air throughout the day on KCPW. Featured events are chosen at random. You will also find all current Community Calendar events listed here at kcpw.org.
PLEASE NOTE: Our Community Calendar now also has a physical home. Following the criteria listed below, bring professional materials (no handwritten signs please) promoting your event to the KCPW studios at 210 East 400 South, Suite 10. We’ll happily hang them in our window for all Library Square traffic to see.
To submit an event to the Community Calendar, the event must meet the following criteria:
- The event must take place in Utah.
- The organization promoting the event must be a qualified 501 (c) (3) charity or political subdivision.
- The event cannot promote a religious organization or individual.
If your event meets these criteria, click “Post Your Event” below. Include your contact information in case we have any questions. Otherwise, your event may not get published.
KCPW would like to encourage you to make the most of your post by adding a featured image and links to your organization. Utilize the provided field boxes (i.e. location, ticket information) to display information as accurately and quickly as possible. Please do not submit duplicate postings for the same event.
Please submit requests at least 10-14 days before your event – event listings read on-air are chosen at random, at least two weeks prior to the event.
If you are posting a class or workshop that requires registration, list just the first instance in the date and time, and include the details for subsequent classes in the description.
This is canning “outside the cucumber!” Based on the week’s market harvest, we will learn to preserve using a water bath technique and a variety of pickling brines, herbs, and spices
The We Can Pickle That workshop is part of our Summer in a Jar series of canning events. These workshops are put on in partnership with the following organizations: Slow Food Utah, SLC Downtown Farmers Market, Harmons City Creek
Save the Date July 28th SLC Mayoral Debate
Vieve Gore Concert Hall – Westminster College
7:00 – 8:30
Associated Students of Westminster College, Bonneville Hills Neighborhood Council, Foothill/Sunnyside Neighborhood Association, Sugar House Community Council, Sunnyside East Neighborhood Council, Yalecrest Neighborhood Council, Sugar House Chamber of Commerce and League of Women Voters
Meet the Candidates: 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Join us for a fun-filled, NO-PADS football camp, coached by Tony Alford, Running Back Coach at Ohio State Univeristy and his stellar team, which includes:
NFL Detriot Running Back Theo Riddick
NFL Detriot Lions WR TJ Jones
Bo Beck, Defensive Line Coach at Montana State
Brent Myers, Associate Head Coach/Offensive Line Coach Weber State
Bill Reagan, currently the founder and director of Top Gun QB Academy in South Bend, IN
Register online through the Utes Conference Web Site at https://utefootball.dealtrac.com/Ute2015/Webpages/OnlineSignupProcess2015_Full_03262015.html
Spaces are limited! Register now! Scholarships are available.
We’re doing an event specifically for families with children. A time to hang out, chat about our campaigns, get to know each other, but also have things for kids to do.
*Note: owning small children is not a requirement to come to this event.
The spot we’ve picked for our first ever HEAL Family Night — the Rice Pavilion at Liberty Park in Salt Lake City — is right next to a playground and a big open grassy area. We’ll bring some yard games and are planning on having a face painter and balloon twister as well.
We’ll provide some food — including hot dogs (meat and vegetarian) and beverages for kids — plus some snacks for adults. We’ll have charcoal, so if you want to bring your own meat or veggie patty to cook on the big grills there, go right ahead.
RSVP below so we know how much food to bring! http://healutah.org/familynight
Everyone has creative potential. With our Conversation on Creativity, participants will be encouraged and supported to uncover their own creativity. Bring a journal to jot down ideas. As we explore moving through the creative process, the conversation will guide the exploration with this process suggesting specific projects designed to assist individuals in identifying inspirations and to actualize concepts into existence. The creative process can be applied to any medium.
Co-sponsored by the Salt Lake City Arts Council and the Utah Division of Arts & Museums
Every day, children going through adversity also are attending school and trying to perform the same as their peers. The Utah County Trauma Sensitivity Initiative trains teachers to recognize and understand the unique challenges that a child who is experiencing serious stress faces so that they don’t fall behind. When you donate today, you help us teach teachers to identify a struggling child so that students don’t fall through the cracks during the 2015-2016 school year.
Join us every Friday from July 10th to October 16th from 4pm-8pm on Sugarmont Plaza.
The mission of the Sugar House Farmers Market is to create a family-friendly neighborhood farmers market focusing on fresh produce, delicious food and unique Utah products with a local Sugar House flair.
In addition, the market has a local bands/performers at every market. Come for the fresh veggies and food. Stay for the entertainment!
July 31st will feature Nathan Spenser Revue
The Holladay Arts Council is pleased to announce our ever-popular Blue Moon Festival (held on an actual blue moon this year). Live music will be performed by local favorites The Saliva Sisters, and Imagine, the amazing Beatles tribute band. Dozens of local artists and craftsmen will display their works. An arts and crafts tent will be provided for the children. Local food vendors will be on hand. Beer and wine will be available for the adults. A short fireworks display will cap the night off.
It is going to be an amazingly fun evening. We hope to see you there!
Join us for Utah’s WorldQuest – an international trivia competition! WorldQuest challenges you to 6 rounds of 10 questions each from a variety of categories. The winning team takes home the prize!
Are you a foreign policy buff? Do you claim to be a wizard at world geography, globally curious, or do you just like trivia? Test your skills against Utah’s brainiest groups, including nonprofits, local corporations, community groups, and college students, to compete for the title of WorldQuest Champion!
Directed by Benh Zeitlin
93-minutes, U.S.A. , 2012 Sundance Film Festival, 2012 Sundance Film Festival U.S. Dramatic Grand Jury Prize and Excellence in Cinematography Award
Waters gonna rise up, wild animals gonna rerun from the grave, and everything south of the levee is goin’ under, in this tale of a six year old named Hushpuppy, who lives with her daddy at the edge of the world. Cast: Quvenzhané Wallis, Dwight Henry.
*Presented in collaboration with the Kimball Arts Festival, as part of the Festival After Dark program.
Film rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America.
For the past 19 years, hundreds of individuals affected by cancer and their families and friends have gathered for Survivors at the Summit, an inspirational event that Symbolizes the challenges individuals face during the cancer journey; Pays tribute to their courage and determination; Honors the memory of those whose lives have been cut short by cancer, and Raises funds to support the quality of life programming provided to members of our community, at no charge.
Modeled after traditional Tibetan prayer flags, Tribute Flags honor those who are affected by cancer, survivors and those who have passed away. Each flag, sold for $25, is hung at the top of Peruvian Gulch at Snowbird Ski & Summer resort during our event. They are made available for viewing as hikers, runners, mountain bikers, and lift riders meet together at Peruvian Gulch to participate in a Celebration of life ceremony. Each flag is lovingly returned to the person who purchased it following the event as a keepsake from this powerful and often life changing experience. Purchase flags today!
RENEGADE RIDERS *** NEW IN 2015***
In an effort to embrace more of the community, and inspired by a current Cancer Wellness House member, we are adding the Survivors at the Summit Renegade Ride. Riders will meet at CWH downtown and make the 30 mile ride to Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort. Lets make the roads RUMBLE!
PANCAKES ON THE PLAZA
Snowbird and Cancer Wellness House invite sponsors, donors, hikers, members, survivors, families and the general public to the annual Pancakes on the Plaza breakfast from 9-11am. CWH volunteers team up with Snowbird’s chefs to offer steaming plates of mouth-watering pancakes and delicious bacon to fuel your journey to the top. Bring your friends and family for a good old fashioned mountain breakfast while paying tribute to the courage and determination so many have exhibited in the fight against cancer. Breakfast is included with registration. Additional tickets may be purchased for $5 each.
HIKE, RUN, RIDE OR CATCH A CHAIR LIFT TO PERUVIAN GULCH
The Journey, NO MATTER HOW YOU MAKE IT, symbolizes the individual “Summit” each person with cancer faces and strives to achieve. Join us on this 3.5 mile trail ending just below Hidden Peak in honor of the person in your life that has been touched by cancer. A sea of personalized Survivors at the Summit Tribute Flags will welcome the participants as they arrive. Those who are unable to make the journey by strength of body may make it in strength of mind and spirit by riding the Peruvian Lift at no additional charge.
CELEBRATION OF LIFE CEREMONY
For many, the ceremony on this day will be one that perhaps words can not describe. For those of you seeking those words the Celebration of Life Ceremony features inspirational speakers and live entertainment as you view the hundreds of flags flying on the mountain side. These flags are truly the heartbeat of this event and carry beautiful heartfelt messages for all to see.
PRIZES AND INCENTIVES
In addition to registration, all participants are encouraged to set up an on-line fundraising page in which they ask for the support of friends and family. For reaching various fundraising levels, participants will earn great prizes such as gear, gift certificates and more!
We’ve all got a story to tell. It may be that we all have a book in us. Writing is work, even when it’s enjoyable. And writing about yourself is the most challenging (and most rewarding) work there is. Josh Hanagarne, author of “The World’s Strongest Librarian”, works as a public librarian in Salt Lake City, Utah and lives with an extreme case of Tourette syndrome,. Josh believes that helping others tell their stories is the greatest gift he can offer. To register, contact Heather Brown at 801-582-1565, ext. 1559