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Four Corners School of Outdoor Education was founded in 1984 with a mission to create lifelong learning experiences about the natural and cultural treasures of the Colorado Plateau for people of all ages and backgrounds through conservation, adventure, service, and education programs. Located in Monticello, Utah, Four Corners School of Outdoor Education offers exciting programs, field trips, and tours. In November 2015, the organization will be opening their Canyon Country Discovery Center campus, a portal to place-based learning about the Colorado Plateau with a new type of exhibits known as learning stations, trails, programs, and much more.
Located in Liberty Park in Salt Lake City, Tracy Aviary offers exciting bird shows, beautiful exhibits, and is an accessible, enjoyable place for families to enjoy. Join the Aviary this Saturday, May 9th, for the Urban Bird Festival, from 9:00am- 6:00pm. This all-day event features tons of local vendors, food, fun activities, and opportunities to learn and explore the birds and environment around you. The Festival also features an Urban Market with local vendors, an art gallery, a Learning Lawn for nonprofits, classes, and Tracy Aviary’s awe-inspiring tours, bird encounters, games, trainings, and more. This is a festival you won’t want to miss!
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Corporate fundraising is a constantly shifting landscape; charitable giving budgets have been slashed, and companies are under increasing pressure to see a return on their community investments.
The IJ & Jeanné Wagner Jewish Community Center works to enrich the lives of the Jewish community and the community at large by offering educational, cultural and recreational opportunities in a place where people of all backgrounds, cultures and beliefs gather in peace and understanding. Summer is here and so is the JCC to offer a variety of summer activities from Memorial Day through Labor Day weekend, including summer camps for children 2 – 16 years-old, a swim and dive team, and gorgeous indoor and outdoor pool facilities.