Under the sea, everything is…craftier? On Wednesday, June 3rd, our SoJo Mermaids will be on video teaching viewers how to make special mermaid play dough.
5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Enter from 2200 W. and Park Road, or 11010 S. and Redwood Rd.
How about a parade, but in reverse! In this event, you pull up to get a refreshing root beer float (while supplies last) to enjoy as you ride in your vehicle past fantastic floats.
Watch our Best in SoJo Pet Show, hosted by Mayor Dawn Ramsey and Mrs. Utah 2020 on Saturday, June 6th at 9:00 am for the winners here and on the City’s Facebook page.
Join us live for the Best in SoJo Pet Show! Thanks for participating and congrats to all the winners. Don’t miss this “petacular” event!
Download the GooseChase app and search for “Summering in SoJo” for weekly activities.
Prizes will be awarded to random participants daily, winners will be notified through the GooseChase app. Prizes include a cooler backpack, fanny packs, and water bottles.
Each week we will:
Movies, dates and crafts:
Week 1: National Treasure (June 29 – July 5) Craft: Invisible Ink
Week 2: Brave (July 6 – 12) Craft: Family Tapestry
Week 3: Star Wars (any of them) (July 13 – 19) Craft: Glow in the Dark Sensory Bottles
Week 4: Captain Marvel (July 20 – 26) Craft: Flerken Slime
Week 5: Wall-E (July 26 – August 2) Craft: Grow Your Own Herbs
Week 6: Tangled (August 3 – 9) Craft: Paper Lanterns
Week 7: Cool Runnings (August 10 – 16) Craft: Backyard Olympic Medals
Week 8: Artemis Fowl (August 17 – 23) Craft: Treasure Hunt
Visit our social media pages for more information each week.
About the Festival: The Get to the River Festival is a month-long series of community events centered on the Jordan River and Jordan River Parkway. During 30 days in September, cities and counties along the river will host events near their section that help celebrate, protect, and restore the Jordan River.
The Jordan River corridor runs through three counties and sixteen cities flowing from Utah Lake, through the Salt Lake Valley, and finally into the Great Salt Lake. The 50-mile river has tremendous value – environmentally, recreationally, economically, and culturally – for both the communities through which it flows and for the entire Wasatch Front.
Around 15,000 people utilize the Jordan River Parkway each month. This paved, non-motorized trails that follows the river and weaves in and out of urban areas, parks, and lush riverside areas is the perfect place for walking, running, cycling, skating, or simply escaping from the city. The river and trail provides a unique offering in our urban landscape and adds to our community’s beauty and wellness.
|Learn more about the Jordan River’s ecosystem by watching these videos from the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium.|