Don't miss the biggest party of the year--Butlerville Days!

Don't miss the biggest party of the year--Butlerville Days!
Posted on 07/06/2011
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Come one, come all!  Cottonwood Heights is celebrating Butlerville Days on Monday, July 25. This annual event honors the founding of our community by using the settlement’s original name from 1877, when the Butler Precinct was created by Salt Lake County.

Yes, there is construction at Butler Middle School, but that won’t keep the fun from happening.  To make your visit effortless, please take a minute to look over the map and events calendar to understand the new layout and find your favorite activities and convenient parking.

As always, the event kicks off with the parade at 4 p.m. Bands, floats, and lots of other fun entries are scheduled to participate, and don’t forget all the free candy! It starts at the corner of Fort Union and 2700 East, heads down 2700 East to Bengal Boulevard, then turns west and ends at Cottonwood Heights Elementary. Access to those roads will close at 2:30 p.m., so please plan accordingly.

After the parade, Butler Park is the place to be! There will be food booths, arts exhibits, public safety demonstrations, children’s rides, face painting, a car show, contests, and free entertainment. A patriotic program and fireworks show will wrap up the evening.

We hope to see you there!

For a map of attractions and the schedule of events, visit our Community Events page!