Taken from The Utah Runner and Cyclist guide, P.O. Box 8344, Salt Lake City, UT 84108.
SATURDAY, May 25, Layton's Salute to Utah's Centennial 5K. $12 pre-reg, $14 day of race.
SATURDAY, May 25, The South City Triathlon #1 and three-mile run at the South Valley Pool in Riverton. 5K run; 10 mile bike ride; 250 meter swim. $22 pre-reg., $25 after. $75 day-of-race. 467-4203.
MONDAY, May 27, The Wild Rose Mt. Bike From Hell Climb, Bitahlon and Foot Race. Bike 7 miles, run 5K. $19 pre-reg, $22 day of. 467-4203.
SATURDAY, June 1, SLC Classic. Begining at Gallivan Center, Race registration 6:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
SATURDAY, June 1, National Trails Day, Footlose Volkssport Club and Utah Governers Council on Health and Physical Fitness will be participating hosting three 5/10K in Salt Lake, Tooele and Summit counties. 250-2755.
SATURDAY, June 1, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Salt Lake Classic and Sports Festival. 5K at 8:30 a.m. includes costume and centipede divisions & 10K at 9:10. Starts at Gallivan Center. 972-7828.
SATURDAY, June 1, June Triathlon at Cottonwood Complex. 400 yard swim/9.5 mile bike/2.5 mile run.$22 pre-reg, $25 after. 467-4203.
SUNDAY, June 2, Cottonwood Hights Recreation Center-Favulous Alta Peruvian Lodge. Hot tub and swimming after the race. Starts at skiiers parking lot at mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon. $12 pre-reg., $15 after. 467-4203.
SATURDAY, June 8, Annual Orem Family Summerfest 5K. $10 pre-reg. one week prior, $12 after. 229-7035.
SATURDAY, June 8, The Bountiful Triathlon 400 meter swim/9 mile bike/2 run. $22 pre-reg. one week prior, $25 after at the Bountiful Bubble. 467-4203.
SATURDAY, June 8, Stouffer's Art City Day's 5K. Sparts at Springville. $6.50 pre-reg by May 26. $7 before. Limited to 800.
SATURDAY, June 8, Independent Living Center Run and Roll 5K, Tina Hensley. 466-5565.
TOURNAMENT, May 22-27. American grill Memorial at Cottonwood Country Club. Men, women, mixed. 268-0505.
CLASSES. Alta Canyon Sports is holding children's classes for all levels. On May, 11 they will host a FREE starter lesson for new and former players.
UMPIRES NEEDED - Utah State Umpires are looking for people interested in umpiring youth baseball. They will train for the `fun' part-time job. Call Lindsay at 965-8802.
JR. JAZZ. The East Millcreek Recreation Center (272-2243), The Salt Lake County Northwest recreation center (596-0072), and Copperview Community Center (561-0075) are now taking applications for the winter Jr. Jazz basketball program. Fee is $45 per player and includes games, Jazz player appearance, jersey, team photo and awards. Games will be played on Saturdays.
SPRING LEAGES - The SL County Parks and Recreation is now taking applications for the upcoming Spring basketball leagues. Teams for men's, industrial and 40/50 plus leagues. Play starts March 18. 468-2560.
A LEAGUES - Salt Lake County Parks and rec is now taking application for the 1996 summer basketball leagues. 468-2560.
The following dates are tenative rides scheduled by the United States Cycling Federation. May 26, Dave Weaver Memorial Road Race, Ogden 399-7701; June 1, Little Mt. Road Race, Logan 755-0377; June 8, Eureka Road Race, Eureka 487-4788; June 15, High Uintas Stage Race, Kamas-Evanstan 370-742-4763.
Bonneville Bicycle Tourning Club June 8 & 9 at Wellsville Utah. 476-6330.
Youth Soccer in Farmington is opening registration from May 28 - May 31 for leagues for 5 year olds to 6th grade. 451-0953.
Salt Lake County Northwest recreation center is taking applications for a youth indoor league. Fee is $10 per player.
Clearfield Parks and Rec. is accepting registration for Women's 30 and over Soccer. A rec league Mon. and Wed. evenings, competition Tue. and Thus. 774-7270. Clearfield will also offer Coed leagues on Fri. evenings. 774-7270.
Kearns Youth League. Girls and boys mixed, $55. 659-0105.
South Davis Soccer Association is opening registration for a league at Elementary Schools May 7 and 8. Call 298-4625.
BEEHIVE CLASSIC - National Softball Association hosts a men's class E tournament, Saturday, May 18 at Sunnyside Park, SLC. $160 by May 15. 374-5683.
REGISTRATION - SL County Parks and Rec. is taking applications for the up-coming summer softball. Seeking men's women's and coed teams. 468-2560. Play starts April 22.
SIGN UP - Riverton is holding registration for its men's adult softball league, which begins play in mid-April. Deadline is March 29. 254-0704.
TOURNAMENT - Salt Lake County Parks is taking applications for the up coming Alpine slow and fast pitch tournament scheduled for May 25-27. 468-2560.
COED - A seven week coed league will begin May 29 and play Mondays and Wednesdays at Midvale Park. Team fees $250. 486-2560.
ADAPTED RECREATION. Salt Lake County Parks & Rec is offering recreation and leisure activities for individuals with physical and/or mental disabilities. 466-2299.
ADAPTED T-BALL. A learn to play program with empasis on rules and basic skills, fun and fair play. Ages 5-18 with mild to moderate mental and/or physical disabilities. Saturday mornings through May 18. $25. 561-0075.
CAR SHOWS. Associated Wheels of Utah, meets the 2nd Monday of each month at Round Table Pizza on 54th South and Redwood Road to plan the Annual Charity Car Show. Proceeds go to help individuals with mental retardation. All are invited to attend, club member or not. 364-5060.
MARTIAL ARTS. Learn Kenpo Karate from Master Casey Clayton every Tuesday and Thursday from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at 974 E. 2100 So. Starts Feb. 8. Call 485-6771.
SHOOTING. The Salt Lake Practical Shooting Association will hold monthly matches and practice sessions. Monthly matches will be held at 9 a.m. on the third Saturday of each month at the Hendricksen PMAA range at the East Canyon exit of I-80 in Parleys Canyon. Call 580-7836 or 942-8573.
RACQUETBALL. Cottonwood Heights adult league. Evenings Mondays and Thursdays 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. $10 for club memebers, $25 for non-members. Starts every 6 weeks. 943-9673.
JR. RACQUETBALL. Drop in leagues are scheduled at Alta Canyon Sports form 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays.
REI. Tuesday, May 28, Randy Gregg REI's master bike tech. will conduct this two-hour class for four consecutive Tuesdays. Unlike other classes there will be a $25 fee and is limited to 8 people. Tuesday, June 4, Karen Schroyer, REI's backpacking lead, and Jim Melo share backpacking basics & tricks. All REI clinics are free of charge and begin at 7 p.m. at REI (3285 E. 3300 South). Call 486-2100. REI/Sports guide photo contest. The last deadline is April 1. Looking for photos with muscle-powered action sports. Rules and guidelines available at REI.
TRACK. Registration is being taken at the Northwest Rec Center for youth track and field. Cost is $35 per person. For information call 596-0072.
WEIGHT TRAINING. Alta Canyon Sports is offering Teen Weight Training Workouts Tuesdays and Thursdays 4-6 p.m., and on Saturday 10-11 a.m. Coaching provided. Fee is $1.50 for area residents, $2.50 for others. 942-2582. . . . They also are sponsoring a weight resistance and circuit training class that targets all four components of fitness: strength muscular endurance, cardiovascular endurance and flexibility.
TOANA VISTA CASINO OPEN. 36-hole, 4-ball championship. April 18-19. Taking entries. 1-800-852-4330.
TUMBLING & POWER TUMBLING, CHEERLEADING. Farmington City is offering beginning classes. Registration until May 31 for June 1 class.
VOLLEYBALL. Cross Court Slam. June 8th, Liberty Park a co-ed doubles outdoor tournament, AA, A, B and novice. $10 for UOVA members, $15 for non-members. Additional $5 day of. 942-2323 or 486-1152.
STATE PARKS CALENDAR
All Month - Fremont Indian Art Show, in the park visitor center. Call Dee Hardy at 527-4631.
All Month - Fremont Indian School group tours of the park and museum. Matt Sheridan at 527-4631.
22-26 - Great Salt Lake Sailboat races and parties will all be part of the park's Sailing Festival and Race Week. Call Clint Baty at 250-1822.
25-27 - Fort Buenaventura American Indian Pow-Wow. Call 621-4808 or 392-5581.
25 - Bear Lake Marina Bear Lake Yacht Club sponsoring a social and race. Call George Preston at 752-3551.
26 - Camp Floyd Stagecoach Inn Memorial Day observance. This musical and verbal tribute to the deceased military veterans of Utah and the United States will begin at 1 p.m. Free admittance. Co-sponsored by Kearns American Legion POST 132. Call 254-9036.
27 - Utah Lake Channel Catfish Clinic. Regular park entrance fee is charged.
27 - Veterans Memorial Memorial Day observance. This musical and verbal tribute to the deceased military veterans of Utah and the United States will begin at 2 p.m. Free admittance. Co-sponsored by the United Veterans Council/Utah Military and Veteran Affairs Committee. Call 254-9036.
27 - Antelope Island Beach Volleyball Tournament, at the park's Bridger Bay beach. Regular park fee charged for spectators, participant fees charged to play. Call 773-2941.
All Month - Fremont Indian (Sevier County) Art Show, in the park visitor center. Dee Hardy at 527-4631 .
Fridays and Saturdays - Iron Mission (Cedar City). Craftspeople will share their pioneer skills and Saturdays ideas at the park's Artist In Residency series. 586-9290.
1 - 8 - Statewide Utah Trails Week. For information about trails events held throughout the state and the Utah Trails Week Event call 538-7361.
1 - Nationwide National Trails Day. For information on National Tails Day events. 538-7361.
1 - Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail (Summit County). "National Trails Day On the Rail Trail" event. A flora and fauna tour of Alexander's Canyon conducted by Park City Parks, Recreation & Beautification. A $6 lunch will be available at the Blue Sage in Wanship. A two day ride for equestrians on the park's rail trail will begin June 1. George Hull at 649-0395 or Carlisle Knight at 563-9252.
2 - 28 - Iron Mission (Cedar City). A statewide wagon ride will begin in Logan June 2 and end at the park June 28. Festivals will be held at various sites along the 446 mile trek. Contact the Utah Centennial Commission at 1-800- 882-4710.
8 - Statewide FREE STATE PARKS DAY. Visitors can visit any of Utah's 45 state parks during the day, for free. Regular camping and golfing fees will still be charged. Held in conjunction with Free Fishing Day.
8 - Fremont Indian Children's Workshop. 10 a.m. to noon and repeated at 2 - 4 p.m. $5.00 for two workshops. Workshops available include - Gold panning, rock art study and making, pottery making, beading and claw necklaces, leather crafts, making willow whistles, stone tools and flint napping.
8 - Utah Lake (Provo), White Bass and Panfish seminar. 7:00 p.m. at the Utah Lake Visitor Center.
8 - Escalante. Wide Hollow Fishing Derby. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Prizes for biggest and smallest fish, casting competition also. Held in conjunction with "Free State Park Day" and "Free Fishing Day."
8 - Fremont Indian. The park's Utah Centennial projects, a pioneer homestead and a hiking/biking trail, will be dedicated. Dedication events run from 1 - 5 p.m. and include tours of the homestead, pioneer games, a pioneer dutch oven dinner and old time storytelling. Matt Sheridan or Pete Weimer at 527-4631 .
8 - 9 - Antelope Island. The historic Fielding Garr ranch house will be open for public tours, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. each day. Regular park entrance fee charged. 773-2941.
13 - Edge of the Cedars. "When Sun Gives Voice to Stone: Calendrical Markers In Rock Art" will explore the use of calendrical markers in Southwestern rock art. Based on his original research, speaker John Fountain will explain the archaeological and astronomical significance of these sites. The presentation begins at 7 p.m. in the park's auditorium and is free. 678-2238.
14 - 15 - Fremont Indian. World Atlatl Competition. Atlatl (ancient spearthrowing device) competitions for various age groups. Competitions run throughout the day on June 14, beginning at 9 a.m. On June 15 competitions begin at 9 a.m. and conclude at lunch. A workshop on primitive toolmaking will be held in the afternoon and an old fashioned dutch oven dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m. Trading booths will be set up both days. Co- sponsored by the World Atlatl Association. 527-4631.
16 - Bear Lake Marina. Bear Lake Yacht Club sponsoring a social and race. George Preston at 752-3551.
22 - Palisade. Palisade Pals, a day camp for physi y challenged children, will be held. Bill Peterson at 835-8771.
22 - 23 - Antelope Island. The historic Fielding Garr ranch house will be open for public tours, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. each day. Regular park entrance fee charged. 773-2941.
27 - 30 - Fremont Indian. Primitive Pottery Workshop. Learn how to create pottery similar to the way the Fremont Indians did. Classes are 1, 2, and 3 days in length. 527-4631. Camping is available.
28 - Antelope Island. A Moonlight Bike Ride, across the park's causeway, begins at sunset. The regular park entrance fee, plus a participant fee, will be charged. Davis County Tourism at 451-3278.
29 - Bear Lake Marina. Bear Lake Yacht Club sponsoring a social and race. 752-3551.
29 - 30 - This Is The Place. Grand Reopening. After being closed for 1 -years, for renovation and expansion work, the park's Old Deseret Village, This Is The Place monument and new visitor center, will open to the public. Activities will be held from 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. each day. 584-8391.