Sunday September 15, 2013, from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm.
Held at the I.J. & Jeanne' Wagner Jewish Community Center
JCC, 2 N. Medical Drive, 801.581.0098
Salt Lake CIty, UT
$40.00 per person.
This late Summer semi-formal event is open to all. This will include a lovely full brunch with adult beverages, elegant entertainment, keynote speech by S.L. County District Attorney Sim Gill, the annual SAGE Utah Awards - including Outstanding Contribution recipients Dr. Maggie Snyder and Jim Struve, LCSW. This is an opportunity to gather and celebrate SAGE Utah and all it proudly represents.
Utah Pride Golf Classic
Sunday August 18, 2013
Stonebridge Golf Course
7am ~ Check-in and Breakfast
8am ~ Shotgun Start
Now in its fourteenth year, the Utah Pride Golf Classic attracts an impressive list of who's who in the LGBTQ community and many wonderful allies – including television personalities, politicians, and golfers of all ability levels. This annual tournament has a reputation for being the most fun you can have while raising money for a fantastic cause!
Registration is $95*
Your registration fee covers: 18 holes, golf carts, breakfast, gift bags, lunch, prizes and more!
*Early Bird registration is $80 until July 18th. Regular registration is $95 from July 19 to August 6. Late and Day-of registration is $125.
ALL-IN-ONE PRIDE PACKAGE & DRAWING TICKETS
For a donation of at least $100, you can receive 4 Mulligans, 2 Magic Putts and 100 Prize Drawing Tickets for your Foursome. Take the fuss out of Sunday morning and reserve your All-In-One Pride package during online registration. These packages will also be available at check-in the morning of the tournament.
Prize drawing tickets in quantities of 25, 50, 75 and 100 can also be obtained during online registration.
By sponsoring the Utah Pride Golf Classic you empower Utah Pride to provide its vital programs and services which catalyze personal growth, acceptance, and equality for LGBTQ people in Utah, and most importantly: save lives.
Cash and in-kind corporate sponsorship opportunities range from $350-$5,000. Media sponsorship packages are also available. Based on your level of sponsorship, you could enjoy:
- Opportunity to Welcome Golfers prior to Shotgun Start
- Sign/Banner at Tournament & Party on the Patio
- Logo Recognition on E-blast Communications
- Recognition on the Utah Pride website and/or Facebook page
- Free golfer(s) with Lunch
- Table and/or Sign at Hole
- Promo Material in Golfer Gift Bags
- Ad and/or recognition in Golf Program
- Listing in Utah Pride Annual Report
Join Utah Pride for a night of soccer at Real Salt Lake one June 22nd at 7:30pm.
Purchase your tickets at a discounted price of $20 each, $5 of which is donated back to Utah Pride!
To purchase your tickets visit:
Enter Promo Code: PRIDE
Since 1998, Utah Pride has made its home in two leased buildings located at 300 W (351 & 361 N) in Salt Lake City. A number of years ago, Utah Pride's programs and services began to outgrow the space and work began to identify possibilities for the future. Last March, Utah Pride identified a viable solution and with the help of a major donor, purchased a two-story building on one of Salt Lake's busiest downtown streets - 400 S.
Plans to renovate the new building are moving along, but not fast enough. The design phase for the planned renovation of our new building is complete, but renovations likely won't start for over a year. To conserve donor dollars and take advantage of the new location, Utah Pride is moving!
Yes, we're moving, but not too far and before we're completely moved our youth will have a chance to finish out the school year. As of April 20, 2013, Utah Pride administrative offices will be in place at our new home. Our Youth Activity Center and our Trans* Program will remain at the current location until after the 2013 Utah Pride Festival. Our entire move will be complete by June 31, 2013. Cafe Marmalade will close permanently on April 13.
Our new address, as of April 15, 2013 is:
Utah Pride Center
255 E 400 S
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Our new offices will provide much larger public spaces and meeting rooms, as well as facilitating more social and network gatherings. We are also right next to a Trax station, making the space more accessible to everyone.
There will be no change in operating hours or group scheduling procedures. The new building will be available for groups starting on April 29th. Those groups who are currently meeting will have space available in either building until June, at which point everything will finish moving to the new building. More details will be made to group leaders. Renderings of how the fully renovated building will look will be on display and an open-house will scheduled sometime in July to give everyone a chance to check out our new space.
Utah Pride has served the State of Utah's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and our allies for over two decades. As we look ahead, we realize our opportunity to grow and thrive as a critical resource of the state and community will rely on visionary leaders, who through their philanthropy will have an impact in an especially tangible and meaningful way. To that end, Utah Pride is engaged in organizing a team of business leaders and philanthropists to bring our capital campaign, a dream of a renovation, program enhancements and human capital initiatives, to life. Named the "Getting Centered Campaign," this campaign will reach out far and wide, and with your help renovation will begin in 2014 or sooner. If you are interested in making a donation to support our "Getting Centered" Campaign please click here. A website outlining the campaign is being designed and will be available in early summer to help answer any questions you may have.
Saturday, April 20th from 8pm to midnight at the Salt Lake City Public Library.
Are you closer to your dreams this year?
Are you more aligned with who you really are?
What national and state laws have made members of our community closer to equality?
How does opening your heart to someone pave the way to becoming emotionally closer to friends and loved ones?
What does "closer" mean to you: a challenge, a promise, or a stepping stone?
This year's theme was chosen by LGBTQ youth at the Utah Pride Center. The video for Tegan & Sara's fun poppy song, "Closer" depicts a carefree party where friends celebrate themselves and each other. Watch the video here.
This year's event includes:
- Live DJ
- Free HIV testing
- Free food
- Resources/free stuff/information on other Youth Center events
- YOU + your fabulous friends
- $5 at the Utah Pride Center until 4/19
- $10 at the door
May 30th-June 2nd Come celebrate diversity and equality in Utah!
Schedule of Events:
Thursday, May 30, 2013
7p Interfaith Service at Congregation Kol Ami
Friday, May 31, 2013
7p Grand Marshal Reception at The Leonardo
Saturday, June 1, 2013
9a Pride Day 5K
2p DYKE & Transgender Marches
3p Festival Gates Open
11p Festival Gates Close
Sunday, June 2, 2013
10a Utah Pride Parade
11a Festival Gates Open
7p Festival Closes
* Festival schedule subject to change.