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3rd Annual SLC Tacofest 2019

Tacofest is a culinary food festival used to bridge cultural gaps with the culinary masterpiece known as the taco! Join us for a day filled with live music, family friendly entertainment and Utah's own taco vendors as they compete for Best Taco Awards in five categories! With the support of the community and everyone involved, Tacofest has raised $11,500 for Meals On Wheels-Utah our first two years! To continue the spirit of giving, we are proud to announce that we will be raising money for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Salt Lake for 2019 and hope you will join our effort in making this year unforgettable!

Entry for adults: $7 (includes one raffle ticket for a chance to win giveaways) Kids 12 and under are Free. 2019 Food Vendors: TBA Musical Performances: Cassius Play DJ Azuquita Many More To Be Announced

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Special Children's Storytime with Author Karen O'Driscoll

A true story about a chicken who raised ducklings and the surprises it brought to the barnyard. Illustrated in watercolor with pen and ink, it is a heartwarming story about moms, babies and the families we make for ourselves. Join us for a special author-led storytime for children Saturday afternoon, August 3rd. Karen O'Driscoll will read her new picture book, Buc, Buc, Mama Duck!, and two other favorites for the kids. We'll also have special coloring pages and some cookies! The storytime will begin at 2:00 p.m.

Yoga on the Plaza

Come breathe and move with us and your fellow yogis every Sunday morning in Olympic Plaza! We’ve partnered with Salt Lake Power Yoga to give your weekend a little extra stretch with this Free yoga+brunch series, along with mimosas and Bloody Marys for just $5 each. No tickets or experience needed—all shapes, sizes, and ability levels welcome and supported! So bring your mat, a friend, and an open mind. See you there!

Camp GLOSS - Nonprofit Girls Summer Camp

August 5th - 9th Summer Day Camp - Girls ages 11-13 Camp GLOSS is a nonprofit girls summer day camp. We mix the traditional fun of summer camp with our five pillars (Grit, Leadership, Opportunity, Service, Self) to create a unique camp experience. Girls will discover their strengths and weaknesses, practice communication skills and self-care, experience community involvement and mindfulness while spending time in the outdoors. They will leave feeling connected and empowered with new friendships and memories. Email: Instagram: @campgloss Facebook: @campGLOSS Camp Phone: 801-879-6107

Movies on the Plaza

Join us each Wednesday night as we screen your favorite classic and pop-culture movies under the stars of the historic Olympic Plaza at The Gateway. Bring a blanket + grab to-go food from one of our restaurant and we’ll bring the popcorn + movie. We will have beer for sale for those 21+ (proof of ID required). Plaza opens at 7:30pm for seating and film begins at sunset (9ish). Remember to bring and show a receipt from one of the stores at The Gateway from that week and you’ll be entered to win the full set of DVDs from our Movie on The Plaza series plus a $100 gift card package from our merchants! One entry per receipt so the more receipts, the more entries and chances to win! Movie Lineup: Aug 7 – The Incredibles 2 brought to you by Salt & Honey Aug 14 – 10 Things I Hate About You brought to you by The Store

Sundance Institute Free Summer Screening: Science Fair

Every year, over 1,700 students from 75 countries compete in the annual International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), a highly competitive showcase of the world’s top young scientific minds. Selected from millions of students, these finalists are competing for the top prize that, as one previous winner explains, “will change your life in ways you won’t even comprehend.” Science Fair follows one mentor and nine students from around the world as they prepare their projects and team for the 2017 ISEF in Los Angeles and work to change the world through science. This screening is presented in collaboration with Docutah International Documentary Film Festival. Indoor screening. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. There will be a Q&A with co-directors Cristina Constantini and Darren Foster following the screening.

Park City Trail Series 15K Running Event

Park City Trail Series is a series of trail running events on the dirt roads and single tracks of the Round Valley Trail System in Park City.

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Volunteers are needed to support and encourage the runners.

Park City Trail Series 15K Running Event

Park City Trail Series is a series of trail running events on the dirt roads and single tracks of the Round Valley Trail System in Park City.

Sign up for the whole series or individual races at or

Volunteers are needed to support and encourage the runners.

Wasatch International Food Festival

Fact is, the Wasatch is home to some of the greatest and most diverse food in the region.  This all-day event celebrates international foods from across the region with vendors selling small plates, a food market, live music, community art programs, beer garden, family fun zone, and cooking demonstrations.  

Tasty Tickets will be used to purchase all food and beverages from vendors.  Each Tasty Ticket costs $1 and may be purchased online ahead of time or at the Festival.  Each meal is 5-8 Tasty Tickets. Tasty Ticket purchases are non-refundable.  Purchase Tasty Tickets here:

Special Children's Storytime with Author Angie Lucas

When a young boy loses his mother, an invisible dragon swoops in and perches on top of his head. A most unwelcome guest, the dragon follows him to school, sleeps on his chest at night (making it hard for him to breathe), and even crashes his birthday party. As the boy comes to terms with his mother’s death, however, his relationship with the dragon changes in surprising ways. My Big, Dumb, Invisible Dragon is a story for children dealing with loss, particularly the death of a parent. Although grief is a heavy topic, Angie Lucas and Birgitta Sif handle it deftly for children, using the metaphor of the dragon, a light tone, and touches of humor. The book shows that healing takes time and that it’s OK to experience a wide range of emotions as you process a really big loss. Join us for a special Children's Storytime with author Angie Lucas on Saturday, August 10th. Angie will read from, discuss, and sign copies of her new book, and will round out the storytime with a couple of her other favorite books. We'll have coloring pages designed by the remarkable Icelandic artist Birgitta Sif, who is also the book's illustrator. If that's not enough, we'll have cookies! This event will begin at 2:00 p.m.