Fairpark Community Council Annual Celebration of Spring
End of April/Beginning of May (dates vary)
Northwest Community Center, 1255 Clark Avenue, SLC – southwest side lawn area
Thousands of plants are sold and seeds given away to promote urban gardening and education around growing your own food.
In partnership with All Chay Restaurant Salt Lake City ACE Fund, Salt Lake County, and Blue Sky Institute.
Westside Wednesdays at Sugar Space
Celebrate community at Sugar Space every Wednesday with food trucks and more! Each week we will feature different local food trucks and vendors. Grab a bite and come into the venue to get cozy and warm.
Every Wednesday night 5:00-8:30pm (occasional breaks taken for holidays, etc.)
132 S 800 W
NOTE: Westside Wednesdays is looking for performers, vendors and community organizations, co-sponsors, co-presenters, artists, etc. ongoing for this series. If you would like to participate, please email them at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Partners in the Park
Held on Tuesdays throughout the summer at various locations throughout the westside, Partners in the Park is an annual event series for west Salt Lake residents that includes a free picnic dinner, crafts, raffles, music, face painting and information tables to connect residents with university departments and community organizations.
The program draws upwards of one thousand residents and partners. Past activities have included dance presentations, balloon tying, a magic show, Frisbee contests, kickball, soccer, temporary tattooing, balloon relay races, raffles, hat making, Taekwondo, gardening activities, bingo, Zumba, jump rope, and face painting.
Restore North Temple & River District Chamber present the 2018 Westside Festival!
132 S 800 W
In 2018 we look forward to bringing you even more artists, performers, musicians, and food vendors from the west side and across SLC.
We have opened the applications for food vendors, artists, performers, musicians, and community booths. Volunteers are also needed! This year’s festival will be larger than our inaugural event in 2017, and we will need a large volunteer group. We are looking for at least 20 to 30 volunteers to cover various shifts and responsibilities.
Annual Community Coat Exchange, an long established warm winter clothing distribution held the day after Thanksgiving in Pioneer Park. Hundreds of coats are given away to anyone. Left over coats are donated to Crossroads Urban Center Thriftstore. This event is a project of Blue Sky Institute, held in partnership with Fairpark Community Council, and several businesses and schools.Visit coatexchange.org
Community events are frequently posted on the Fairpark Community Council Facebook events page