July 08, 2021


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Celebrate the Three Creeks Confluence with live music, beer, food trucks, and more. All ages welcome! Three of our creeks, Red Butte, Emigration, and Parleys, spill into the Jordan River at the same location, starting with City Creek, each waterway was traced from headwaters to their confluence with the Jordan River. Connecting to the trail will also provide access to other community spaces, such as the elementary school and community center located a few blocks away. 

TreeUtah is excited for this new additon to the city parks system, we had some really great tree plantings with outstanding community volunteers to help plant and prepare this natural space for a much anticipated opening! The site now features the restored creek channel as it flows into its confluence with the Jordan River complete with native plants and trees. 

Ven celebrar la apertura del parque más nuevo de Salt Lake City, Confluencia de Tres Arroyos! Con música en vivo, cerveza y camiones de comida. ¡Todas edades bienvenidas!

Watch a Native American dance and drum performance by Sunwater Singers from 6-7P and enjoy the folk melodies of First Daze from 7:30-9P.

The Salt Lake City Arts Council will share information on the beautiful community art at the site and artists will be available to discuss pieces from 7:15-8P. Learn about local causes from ArtsBridge, Glendale Community Council, Hartland Community 4 Youth & Families, Neighborhood House, NeighborWorks, Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective, Salt Lake City Parks & Public Lands, Salt Lake City Public Library, Tracy Aviary, and Utah Water Watch.

Friday, July 9, 2021 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Three Creeks Confluence 950 1300 S Salt Lake City, UT, 84104