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Utah Valley Event Calendar 

Sun, rain or snow - Utah Valley has events for every season. Whether you're outdoorsy, indoorsy, or somewhere in-between, there's something for everyone. If you're planning a trip to Utah Valley, browse our upcoming events below. Sort by category, region, date, or keyword to create an itinerary filled with festivals, concerts, museum visits, and so much more so there's never a dull moment when you visit Utah Valley! 

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Feb. 6 - Mar. 25

The Springville Museum of Art and our sponsors are proud to be fostering original visual art among Utah teenagers by providing a professional forum for student artists with what has been hailed as the best show of its kind in the Mountain West. For many students this exhibit… Read More

Feb. 6

Jeffrey Shumway and Del Parkinson perform pieces by Gershwin, Copland, and Bernstein.… Read More

Feb. 5 - Feb. 6

What is Bloem Market? It's an event hosted by Sun River Gardens where local artisans + crafters have been invited to showcase and sell their beautiful handmade goods. And of course, what better time than right before Valentine's Day! ...So come on down, be inspired, support … Read More

Feb. 6

Come support our cougars as they take on Pacific!… Read More

Feb. 6
  • Phone:
    801-422-2981

BYU Men's Volleyball will be competing against UC Santa Barbara. Come out and cheer them on to victory!… Read More

Feb. 6

Ladies Day at the Nordic Center has been incredibly popular and continues to gain momentum each year. Participating in the Nordic Center Ladies Day at Sundance is a great way to stay in shape during the winter months in an environment that is fun and friendly, safe, and affo… Read More

Feb. 6

Learn the basics of robotics with our Beginner Lego Robotics WeDO Super Saturday Camp. Use your imagination to design and build Lego WeDO robots and then animate them with basic programming. Geared toward beginners grades 2-5. This is a begining class. Includes lunch and sna… Read More

Feb. 5 - Feb. 6

Living Legends capture the essence of ancient and modern culture in a panorama of Latin American, Native American, and Polynesian song and dance.… Read More

Feb. 6

Come out and celebrate this annual scottish tradition; the Burns supper. Started as a way to commemorate Scottish poet Robert Burns, the Burns supper has become a celebration of Scottish heritage in the valley. BYU will be hosting a Burns Night in the Wilkinson Center on Cam… Read More

Feb. 6
  • Phone:
    801-766-9793

Bring your skates and come ice skate at the city marina.  No skates? No Problem! Come play some Broom Ball in your Tennis Shoes or Snow Boots, or just come and watch and enjoy a cup of free hot Cocoa.… Read More

Feb. 4 - Feb. 6
  • Phone:
    801-852-7007

The URB is proud to present Snow White, a contemporary, romantic ballet that turns the Grimm Brothers’ classic tale on its head. Never has death-by-poison-apple been so mesmerizing and entertaining.… Read More

Feb. 6

Just in time for the Superbowl. Join June as she makes Spicy Thai wings, egg rolls, spring rolls, sweet and sour sauce and to top it off some yummy coconut lime ice cream with sesame chips.… Read More

Feb. 6

Come plan your Dream Wedding or Special Anniversary in a single day and enter to win prizes, compete in contests and have a chance at random giveaways throughout the day! We save you time, stress and money, by bringing together some of the finest professionals all in one p… Read More

Dec. 31 - Feb. 6 2016

Willum Cubbert is given a surprise visit by a fellow ex-GI named Rick, who saved his life in Vietnam, but whom he has never met. To Willum's chagrin, Rick is a nerd, whose bizarre and zany behavior throws his long-suffering host's  life for a loop. Now Willum must form … Read More

Feb. 6 - Feb. 13

BYU YOUNG COMPANY–THEATRE FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES TWELFTH NIGHT By William Shakespeare Adapted and Directed by Megan Sanborn Jones Rip-roaring action and high-faultin’ song and dance meet Shakespeare’s poetry in this cowboy version of … Read More

Feb. 6

Come support our wolverines as they take on New Mexico State University!… Read More

Feb. 8

This concert is part of the Excellence Concert Series and is FREE to the public. The Wasatch Jazz Project Big Band, under the artistic direction of bandleader Carol Steffens, is a nineteen member jazz orchestra, comprised of some of the finest musicians along the … Read More

Feb. 2 - Feb. 23
  • Phone:
    858-361-3391

Wasatch Contemporary Dance Company provides adult contemporary technique classes every Tuesday night from 8:30-10 PM… Read More

Feb. 9

Join local professionals as we discuss incorporating the arts with healing, and learn new perspectives on art therapy. FREE… Read More

Started Feb. 9

We focus on living a successful creative lifestyle via a monthly guest speaker who shares their story with us. We have a Q&A after the speaker's presentation, then take the last portion of the meeting to mingle and network with the creative people in our community.… Read More

Feb. 9

Make Valentines extra special for your family or just for two. Shrimp curry is center stage for this very flavorful and tasty meal that is accompanied with an Indian rice dish, roasted cauliflower and an awesome Indian dessert… Read More

Feb. 2 - Feb. 25

Ladies Day at the Nordic Center has been incredibly popular and continues to gain momentum each year. Participating in the Nordic Center Ladies Day at Sundance is a great way to stay in shape during the winter months in an environment that is fun and friendly, safe, and affo… Read More

Feb. 9

Come one, come all to the masquerade ball! Don a mask and get lost in the mystery and excitement that is Mardi Gras. Sample the appetizers and desserts, grab a drink and head to the dance floor for a New Orleans style party. Attire is formal and masks are encouraged. … Read More

Feb. 9

Stephen “Pista” Nasser was thirteen years old when the Nazis took his family from their home in Hungary to the Auschwitz concentration camp. With the aid of a diary he kept during his time in the camp, Mr. Nasser recorded and published his memories and experience… Read More

Started Apr. 14

Join the Rock Canyon Poets for an evening of poetry. Not just any poetry—we want poetry that aches to be published, poetry that pushes the boundaries of the page, poetry that doesn’t need a performance, poetry that simply needs to be read. Bring your words or jus… Read More

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