Courtesy Salt Lake City Arts Council
Music adds magic to a cool summer evening. Here's a list of outdoor summer concerts for the Salt Lake City area, many of which are free.
Movie lovers can find a huge variety of free film screenings in Salt Lake City, including major Hollywood productions, experimental films, classics, kids' movies, documentaries and more.
Community organizations throughout the Salt Lake area offer free summer outdoor movie screenings at parks and amphitheaters. Grab a blanket and a few of your best friends, and get ready for free movies under the stars!
Utah kids and parents can combat school's-out boredom with free summer bowling at six different locations, including All Star Fun Center in Sandy, West Jordan and Tooele; Orchard Lanes in North Salt Lake; Miracle Bowl in Orem; and Sparetime Family Fun Center in Roy.
Red Butte Garden
Gardening in Utah's dry, four-season climate can be a challenge, but fortunately there are lots of places where you can educate yourself with gardening classes, many of them free.
16. Ski Free
Courtesy Brighton Ski Resort
Utah's ski resorts offer lots of free ski deals, some of which are only for Utah residents. Go to the Ski Utah website and type "free" into the search box at the top of the screen to see what's on offer.
Here are three of the best ongoing Utah ski free deals:
- 5th grade Passport or 6th grade SnowPass: Utah fifth graders can ski free three days at each of Utah's 13 ski resorts. Sixth graders can ski free for one day at each resort. You'll have to pay a processing fee of $20-$30 for each pass.
- Kids age 10 and under ski free anytime at Brighton Ski Resort.
- Ski Free After Three all season long at Alta Ski Area. Sunnyside lift only.
What are your favorite free things to do in the Salt Lake City area? Send me your ideas. I'd love to add them to the list!