Boulder Utah Heritage Festival

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Boulder Heritage Festival

The Boulder Heritage Festival in Boulder, Utah is not to missed. Held in Anasazi State Park each July over the course of one weekend, the fest seeks to celebrate Boulder's rich history – from the Anasazi Native Americans, to the first settlers to the culturally rich community that the city is today. Read More

  • The Anasazi State Park is thought to have housed one of the largest Anasazi communities along the Colorado River. 
  • A mid July event each year
  • Stories, food and fun

Overview: Each July, the citizens of Boulder, Utah come together to celebrate their city's unique history. Every year a theme is chosen and scheduled activities thrive around it. The public comes together to share stories, food and music with the focus on Boulder families and history in mind. They share their stories to keep a sense of community alive in the city. 

When: A mid July event each year. July 14th-15th, 2017.

Where: Anasazi State Park Museum - Boulder, UT

Fees: Cost may vary

Details: Aside from the family and community theme there are also action packed activities such as a rodeo, many concerts featuring local bands and musicians, auctions, food stands and even a Dutch Over Cook-Off dinner on the last night of the festival for all to enjoy The Anasazi State Park is thought to have housed one of the largest Anasazi communities along the Colorado River. 

The Boulder community holds their festival here to honor the city's first peoples. The park, where all activities take place, is located down State Route 12 in Boulder.

Find more information on their website.

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