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Activities in July 2015

Check out some July happenings around the state

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July 10: The Utah Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum will be inducting new individuals to their Hall of Fame. The event will be held at Union Station, 2501 Wall Ave. Ogden, Utah from 6 pm to 8 pm and is free to the public. There will be entertainment and a great opportunity to visit the museum free of charge.

 

July 11: Hobbler Half Marathon and 5K in Springville, Utah, at the Arts Park, 700 South 1300 East. Buses will take racers to the left fork of Hobble Creek Canyon for the start of the race. Shuttles will start at 4:45 am. Half marathon will start at 6:30 am and 5K at 7:30 am. Visit http://www.run13.com/races/hobbler for more information and registration.

 

July 16: Celebrating it’s 11th year, the Face of Utah Sculpture provides Utah artists a forum to present Utah culture. Envisioned by glass artist Dan Cummings, the show features both established and emerging Utah sculptors, using a variety of techniques, styles, mediums and forms. The opening reception will be held July 16 from 6 pm to 8 pm. The exhibit will continue through August 26 at Utah Cultural Celebration Center, 1355 West 3100 South, West Valley City. House will be Monday through Thursdays 9 am to 6 pm. Free Admission.

 

July 24: Days of 47 Parade at 9 am. The route runs through downtown Salt Lake City starting at South Temple and State Street, it then runs east to 200 East, turns south to 900 South, then east to 600 East, and ending at Liberty Park. Floats, bands and fun celebrate Utah’s heritage. Visit http://www.daysof47.com/events/days-of-47-parade for more information.

 

July 24: Pioneer Day Ice Cream Social in Moab on the lawn adjacent to the Museum of Moab, 188 E. Center St. Live music and ice cream. Donations accepted. Visit moabmuseum.org for more information.

 

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