Welcoming Salt Lake raises awareness of the economic and cultural contributions immigrants bring to the Salt Lake community. This portrait exhibit shows prominent leaders alongside immigrants to demonstrate that Salt
Lake County is a welcoming county.
A celebration for the entire family with live music and dances, authentic snacks and the official Grito civic ceremony. Sponsored by the Consulate of Mexico.
During Welcoming Week we will be collecting cleaning kits and bottles of laundry detergent.
The Sharehouse is run by a partnership with the Utah Refugee Connection and The Granite School District's Educational Equity Department.
Enjoy a variety of international cuisines while supporting emerging New American food entrepreneurs from Spice Kitchen Incubator.
Support refugee chefs and entrepreneurs by ordering cuisine from a different country on Tuesday, September 18, by 12 pm, and pick it up–hot and ready to go–on Thursday, September 20.
Salt Lake County Library is celebrating Welcoming Week with a private tour of our West Jordan Branch, stories, songs, and crafts. Bring your family, friends and neighbors to sign up for your free County Library card.
Learn more about how to apply for U.S. citizenship. Meet with lawyers and legal representatives to get started on your application, check the status of your application, and find out if you are eligible to waive the citizenship application fee.
Bring your permanent resident card, recent tax return, and recent address and employment history with you.
Join Catholic Community Services of Utah to experience the journey of a refugee as they guide you through the mock process of becoming a refugee and resettlement process. This is a great event for the whole family and
opportunity to teach children about refugees around the world. Admission is FREE. Donations will be accepted at the event.