UHS Launches Inaugural Member Month This Summer

Join The Utah Historical Society in August for our inaugural Member Month. We are hitting the road to host events across the state (see dates below) and everyone is invited! Meet UHS staff members, connect with your neighbors, play Utah trivia, and get an exclusive look at the new Museum of Utah, coming to the Utah Capitol Complex in 2026. Member Month events are free and open to the public. All UHS members will receive a free gift when they attend a Member Month event.

Member Month is an opportunity to celebrate and expand our vibrant community of UHS members. Whether you are a current supporter or considering membership for the first time, Member Month offers a variety of special events and unique opportunities to deepen your connection with Utah’s rich history.

Please join us for our UHS Member Month kick-off event on Friday, August 2, at the Utah State Capitol from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Click here to RSVP.

All UHS Member Month events will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise stated.

Friday, August 2 | Kick-Off Event @ Utah State Capitol Rotunda
Monday, August 5 | Brigham City Museum of History & Art
Thursday, August 8 | Uintah County Library in Vernal, UT
Friday, August 9 | Wasatch County Library in Heber, UT
Monday, August 12 | Logan Library
Thursday, August 15 | Moab History Museum
Friday, August 16 | Utah State University Prehistoric Museum in Price, UT
Tuesday, August 20 | Ogden Union Station
Wednesday, August 21 | Springville Museum of Art
Thursday, August 22 | Bountiful Davis Art Center
Friday, August 23 | Utah Historical Society Collections Open House in Midvale, UT
Monday, August 26 | Park City Museum
Thursday, August 29 | McQuarrie DUP in St. George, UT
Friday, August 30 | Frontier Homestead State Park in Cedar City, UT
Thursday, September 5 | Fremont Indian State Park
Friday, September 6 | Granary Art Center in Ephraim, UT

Not a member? Explore the benefits and join today! By becoming a member of the Utah Historical Society, you are helping support our mission to foster curiosity about the past, inform the present, and strengthen our shared future.