Mark your calendars for the week of July 24. Butlerville Days is the biggest party in Cottonwood Heights! Every Pioneer Day (July 24), we celebrate the founders of this area with a city celebration. You'll find a parade, food, games, live entertainment and more! The parade travels along 2700 East from Fort Union to Bengal Boulevard. Other festivities go on at Butler Park behind the Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center. In 2014, we added a 5k run/walk.
Butlerville Days 2015 needs your help!
Do you love the parade or do you have a passion of helping people? The committee is looking for volunteers who want to make Butlerville Days the best it’s ever been. We’re looking for a Parade Chair, Children’s Parade Chair and Information Booth Chair. If you have any interest in volunteering please contact City Events Coordinator Ann Eatchel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 801-550-8225.
Food Vendors, Parade, and Entertainment
Starting March 1, 2015 we will be accepting food vendor, parade applications and submissions for paid and non–paid Butlerville Days stage entertainment.
For information on getting a food booth, click here for a Food Vendor Application.
To make an entry into the Butlerville Days Parade, click here to download an application, and return it to email@example.com.
To apply to participate in the offical onstage entertainment, please send a video or audio file (or link) to firstname.lastname@example.org showcasing your talents.
The city does not issue independent or "stand-alone" mechandise vendor permits during city-sponsored Butlerville Days events.
Butlerville Days attracts more than 15,000 people during the event. It’s a great way to showcase your business. If you think your business would be a great sponsor for Butlerville Days, please contact Ann Eatchel at email@example.com or call 801-550-8225.
2nd annual 5K walk/run
Registration for this event is now open! You can sign up in two ways: online at www.raceentry.com/race-reviews/butlerville-days-5k or you can stop by and register at the Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center. The entry fee for adults is $25 and $20 for kids aged 11 and younger. Registration includes entry into the race and a dry tech shirt.
Easter Egg Hunt & Teen Night
Teen Easter Egg Hunt - April 3, 2015
Cottonwood Heights Rec. Center Ice Rink, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Free Ice Skating, pizza and candy grab for kids 13 to 18 years of age.
Easter Egg Hunt April - April 4, 2015
Come and see the Easter Bunny! We’ll have approximately 30,000 items (candy, toys and eggs on the grass). No one should go home empty handed!
Starts at 10 a.m. Bring your own basket. Balloon artist and face painting from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Shrek The Musical Auditions Coming
Attention all fairy tale things!
Come get involved, and support the Arts In Cottonwood Heights!
For more information, contact Kimberly Pedersen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The play will be performed at the Butler Middle School theater this July.
Rec. Center hosts Halloween “Monster Mash”
There were plenty of chills and thrills in the air during the “Monster Mash” sponsored by Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center and Cottonwood Heights City on Friday, October 24.
The event was held at the Cottonwood Heights Rec. center on 7500 S. 2700 East. From 5 to 7 p.m.
Some of the fun included a “pumpkin alley,” featuring over 40 pumpkins carved out by the Cottonwood Heights Youth City Council.
There was ice-skating, a treat bag for all kids, Halloween-related games in the gym and coloring activities.
One of the biggest hits was “Scales and Tails,” a 45-minute educational show featuring all kinds of “creepy crawlies,” like spiders, scorpions, lizards, a tortoise, and snakes. The show featured other exotic animals, including a giant lizard, a giant snake, a giant tortoise, and a baby alligator or crocodile.
Kids and parents attended the event wearing their favorite Halloween costumes.
A "Doggone" good time
Dogs and their owners had a great time at Cottonwood Heights’ “Bark in the Park” event, held on Saturday, Sept. 6.
The event featured free prizes, vendor displays, dog adoptions and stunt dog performances.
Cottonwood Heights Police also demonstrated the crime-fighting skills of their K-9 unit.
Safety Fair a big success
Preparation and fun were on hand at the Cottonwood Heights Public Safety Fair, held Thursday, Sept. 11 at Butler Park.
Free prizes, safety demonstrations and food were part of the festivities.