Utah Türk Amerikan Derneği

Utah Turkish American Association

Upcoming Event

Picnik In The Event – 2024 May – Sugar House


Hidden Grove Pavilion


Located northeast across the creek from the basketball courts. It shares parking with the Sugar Beet Pavilion and the basketball courts

Bring a dish to share, and enjoy a day of outdoor fun and relaxation. Drinks, cups and paper plates will be provided.

Ortak piknik soframızda paylaşmak için yiyecek getirin lutfen. Icecekler, kagit bardak ve tabaklar dernegimiz tarafindan saglanacaktir.



June 2024
Jun 02
02 June 2024
Sugar House, 1330 E 2100 S
Salt Lake City, 84106 United States
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We try to be together at certain intervals, we organize picnics and concerts, if you are Turkish, contact us.

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