Utah Türk Amerikan Derneği
Utah Turkish American Association
NEW YEAR-POTLUCK Party 2023
NON MEMBERS: $10
UTAA MEMBERS: FREE
12 AND UNDER: FREE
22 DECEMBER | 07:00 – 11:00 PM
1 South Main Street Salt Lake City, UT 84133
Salt Lake City, 84111 United States
We try to be together at certain intervals, we organize picnics and concerts, if you are Turkish, contact us.
Utah Guide for Beginners
places to visit
Bryce Canyon City Utah
Utah’s Bryce Canyon City is the gateway to Bryce Canyon National Park, a red-rock wonderland so awe-inspiring that even the best cameras have a hard time capturing its full brilliance.
Canyonlands National Park
Steer a kayak through whitewater rapids, tackle the terrain on a mountain bicycle and camp overnight in the 136,621-hectare Canyonlands National Park, where adventures await those who want to visit for an hour or a week.
IN THE PRESS
Utah man worries about loved ones back home in Turkey
More than 6,000 people were killed in Turkey and Syria in a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake. A desperate search-and-rescue effort is now underway for survivors trapped beneath the rubble of thousands of buildings, but the weather is now hampering the search.
Utah Turkish American Association finding ways to help after 7.8 earthquake
A group of five gathered in a Salt Lake living room Monday night, in disbelief.
Bringing in their friend Ahmet Emre via video chat, the group — all Turkish Americans — began to talk about what they’ve been hearing from family and friends in Turkey.
Utahns rush to help Turks back home following devastating earthquake
Although the Utah’s Turkish community only adds up to, at most, 1,000 residents, they are working hard to do what they can to help their country in its time of need following this week’s devastating earthquake.
Candlelight Vigil at Capitol Building to Honor Thousands Who Died in Turkey
Utah Turkish American Association joined those in Utah at the Utah State Capitol to honor and support those in Turkey and Syria after the earthquake took tens of thousands of lives.