Dare to Imagine: Three Creeks Park

  • Sorenson Unity Center 1383 South 900 West Salt Lake City, UT, 84104 United States
Three Creeks Park rendering courtesy of Brian Tonetti. Seven Canyons Trust 2015.

Three Creeks Park rendering courtesy of Brian Tonetti. Seven Canyons Trust 2015.

Join us on a walking conversation with Seven Canyons Trust and the Jordan River Commission as we explore, reconnect, and reimagine our hidden waterways at the nearby Three Creeks convergence. 

We will walk the route where Red Butte, Emigration, and Parley's creeks flow underneath our urban infrastructure and into the convergence where they reach the confluence of the Jordan River. Here we will explore and reimagine the future of the site and the opportunities for it to become Three Creeks Park. 

This event is part of a national week of action run by the US Department of Arts and Culture(USDAC). The USDAC is the nation's newest people-powered department, founded on the truth that art and culture are our most powerful and under-tapped resources for social change. Radically inclusive, useful and sustainable, and vibrantly playful, the USDAC aims to spark a grassroots, creative change movement, engaging millions in performing and creating a world rooted in empathy, equity, and social imagination. 

#DareToImagine: Claiming our Future in SLC is supported locally by Sorenson Unity CenterCenter for the Living CityOurSLC: Claim it!Seven Canyons Trust, and Cultural Organizing.

Date: October 14, 2015

Time: 3:30 pm + 5:30 pm

Event Start/End
Start: Sorenson Unity Center
END: Sorenson Unity Center

Host: Brian Tonetti, Co-Director at the Seven Canyons Trust and Programs & Policy Planner at the Jordan River Commission and Chelsea Gauthier, Associate Director at the Center for the Living City

Theme: Walking

Accessibility: This event is accessible and open to children and strollers.

Registration: No need to register, just show up. But please feel free to share this event page and the Facebook event with your friends, family, colleagues, and networks. Thanks!