Events for Charity and Outreach

Charitable Acts Theater Presents Our Town

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Tune INN - A Benefit Concert for The INN Between

Get ready to groove under the stars with a melodic blend of music, all set against the picturesque backdrop of the Aoki Event Garden in Sandy. Indulge in local cuisine and libations, complemented by the captivating sounds of live music, all in support of a noble cause. Last year, tickets flew off the shelves, and this year, we're aiming to surpass our fundraising goal of $25,000. Help us make it happen! Secure your spot now and spread the word to your friends. Share this invite via email or social media and let's make this night unforgettable together! Tickets available at *Note, you can donate in lieu of attendance to help us reach our fundraising goal! *This is a 21+ Event

Heart & Soul Music Stroll

Heart & Soul Music Stroll Free, Family-friendly Music Stroll in Sugarhouse, June 8, 2024 - Heart & Soul Brings Over 40 Bands to Neighborhood Porches For the tenth year, Heart & Soul, along with the neighbors surrounding the Imperial Park, will present our incredible, free, one-day music festival. Over 40 musical acts will perform on 13 porches, driveways, and lawns—or on our main stage—throughout this Sugar House neighborhood (along with an ocean of food trucks). Join us as Heart & Soul celebrates 30 years of bringing the healing power of music to isolated neighbors along the Wasatch Front. The joy happens Saturday, June 8, along Atkin, ­Filmore and Glenmare Streets (1530 E 2700 South) in Sugar House, as thousands of people walk and bike from lawn to lawn to relax and enjoy the food and music. “This event showcases over 40 bands and performers from our talent pool of over 350 performers,” states Ainsley McLaughlin, Executive Director, a 501(c)3 non-profit that brings quality, live entertainment to people who may not be able to experience it otherwise. Community members and organizations are great supporters of Heart & Soul’s mission of bringing music and performing arts to nursing homes, care centers, hospitals, senior centers and other isolated populations from Ogden to Provo and beyond.” For more information go to

Beer at the Confluence

Enjoy craft brews at the Three Creeks Confluence with live music, bites, and more! Celebrate success stories of stream daylighting in the Salt Lake Valley and learn about our special Three Creeks Confluence. All ages welcome! Enjoy classics and seasonal pours from Fisher Brewing. $1/pint will go towards maintenance and programming at the Confluence. Limited on-street parking is available. Alternative forms of transportation are strongly recommended. The Jordan River Trail connects to the site. Utah Transit Authority’s 9 and 509 Buses stop nearby, and the Ballpark TRAX Station is approximately a mile away. Bike valet is available. *Valid ID required for beer purchase. For ADA accessibility, please contact or 585.703.8582.

Disfruta en la Confluencia de los Tres Arroyos con cerveza, música, comida y más ¡Todas las edades son bienvenidas! Celebrar un parque público en Salt Lake City y proyecto de restauración de arroyos. $ 1/pinta se destinará al mantenimiento y la programación en la Confluencia. Identificación Válida para la compra de cerveza.

Family Festival and Disability Resource Fair

This is a fun free event put on by the Utah Parent Center for families who have children, youth, and adults with disabilities to come and enjoy time out in the community together. The highlights of this event is a self-advocate talent show followed by an all abilities dance party! There will also be roller skating/adaptive skating, games and giveaways, and community resources. For more information and to register please visit and follow us at @utahparentcenter on IG. Registration and admission are free. The first 500 registrants will also get free skate rental! Registration opens 5/3/2024.

Range 2 River Relay

Bike, boat, & run from the Wasatch Range to the Jordan River. Explore the condition of the Salt Lake Valley’s waterways and learn about recreation in your backyard. Win awesome prizes from Backpacker’s Pantry, Bluff Street Bandit, Bingham Cyclery, Coalatree, Dr. Naylor, Epic Brewing, Gnarly Nutrition, HOKA, Party Shirt International, Pit Viper, Salt Lake Running Company, Voile, 5.11 Tactical, and more! The Range 2 River Relay is light on competition and heavy on fun! Team Heat For those looking to build friendships and have family-friendly fun! Teams include a biker, boater, and runner. The first participant bikes the path of City Creek. This 7.2-mile leg starts at the Utah State Fairpark - West Lot, bikes up to the City Creek Canyon Trailhead, and ends back at the Utah State Fairpark - West Lot. The second teammate boats the Jordan River northward. This 3.3-mile leg starts at Utah State Fairpark - West Lot and ends at Riverview Trailhead. The scenic Jordan River Trail is utilized for the final stretch of the race. This 3.4-mile leg starts at the Riverview Trailhead and finishes back at the Utah State Fairpark - West Lot. Individual Heat For those looking to test their active transportation and outdoor recreation abilities! Participate in the course as a triathlon. *Attention: Competitors are required to bring their own equipment, including a bicycle, bicycle helmet, non-motorized watercraft, paddle(s), and personal floatation device. Kayaks, canoes, personal floatation devices, and paddles rentals from the Jordan River Commission are sold out. Additional equipment can be rented from your local gear outfitters or the University of Utah’s Outdoor Adventures for a fee. Register here: