Everyone’s Invited During Utah Civic Season!

#UtahCivicSeason, #CivicSeason

Join the Utah Division of State History, the Department of Cultural and Community Engagement, and our local partners this summer during Utah Civic Season.

Utah Civic Season is a time to reflect on the past, engage with the present, and come together as we shape the future. 



A Living Democracy is Powered by All of Us

We reflect by considering ten historic days that honor our nation’s rich and complex history:

June 2nd – Indian Citizenship Act (1924)

June 12th – Loving Day (1967)

June 14th – Flag Day (1771)

June 19th – Juneteenth (1865) 

June 28 - Stonewall Riots (1969)

July 1st – 26th Amendment (1971) 

July 2nd – Civil Rights Act (1964)

July 4th – Independence Day (1776)

July 24th – Pioneer Day (1847)

July 26th – Americans with Disabilities Act (1990)


Image


We engage by putting history into action, both online and in our own communities. 

Look for digital resources and activities on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter under #UtahCivicSeason and #CivicSeason.

Check out local events happening near you by clicking the Events drop down menu below.



Thinking historically means looking closely at the world and our place in it. It means exploring different perspectives and searching for clues to the past.
GOV. SPENCER COX

Civic Season Connections


Utah Civic Season is part of a national collaborative network of 100+ pathbreaking history and civic organizations, including those listed below and more!

Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image

Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image