Archive for the ‘Events’ Category

The Granary District, Salt Lake’s most talked about new neighborhood is hosting its second annual Block Party. If you made it to the Granary’s coming out party last year, you know it’s a good time with great people and plenty of local food and talent. The party happens this Friday, June 15 from 6:00–10:00pm at…Read More »

This Saturday, June 16, is your chance to tour four mid-century modern classics in Salt Lake’s St. Mary’s and Oak Hills neighborhoods. The tour is hosted by Salt Lake Modern, a part of Utah Heritage Foundation, and will run from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. Ticket’s are just $20 at the door, or $15 for…Read More »

South Temple was first conceptualized in 1833 on Joseph Smith’s Plat of Zion. It was designed to be the finest and most prominent street in Salt Lake City. In the late 1800s the wealthiest families in the city built their mansion along South Temple, from downtown to 1300 E. Saturday, May 5th, is your chance…Read More »

You’re probably familiar with the Granary District not by name, but because it’s home to businesses like Frida Bistro and Kilby Court. This Saturday, May 21 from 3-9pm, the Granary District is hosting its First Annual Block Party. Come down to the corner of 800 S and 400 W—in front of the famous Pickle Co…Read More »

This year the Utah Heritage Foundation is hosting its annual Historic Homes Tour in the Westmoreland Place neighborhood on May 14, from 10 AM to 5 PM. Westmoreland Place, which is marked by the stone gates at the diagonal intersection of 1500 E and 1300 S, is Salt Lake’s newest local historic district. The neighborhood…Read More »

The numerous tour sites around Salt Lake City show that the best things in life truly are free. You can get an in-depth look at Salt Lake’s rich historical and cultural heritage all within a short distance of downtown. Utah State Capitol (Located at 120 State Capitol, 350 North State Street. Open Monday – Friday…Read More »