The Basque Club of Utah was formed in the mid-1970s to cultivate and preserve the Basque culture in Utah. The primary activities of the Club include a Public Dinner Dance, Blood Sausage dinner for members, participation in a Living Traditions Festival fundraiser, Summer Picnic for members, participation in a Carmelite Fair donation, Halloween Party for members, and Christmas Party for members.


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~ The Club is planning its Christmas Party on December 3.


~ The Club held its annual Halloween Party on October 22.


~ The Club donated proceeds from the sales of chorizos and the dancers performed at the Carmelite Fair on September 18th.


~ The Club celebrated the BASQUE DIASPORA DAY on September 8th,


~ The Dancers performed at the Sandy International Folk Festival on August 24th.


~ The Club's Picnic was held on June 26th,


~ The Club held its annual Mus tournament. Zachary Cendagorta and Anthony Aguerre were the winners! Jean Flesher and Johnny Cendagorta took second.

~ The Club participated in the Salt Lake City Living Traditions. Thanks to everyone who helped cook, dance, serve and clean up!!

~ The Club's Dinner Dance was a success!! Thanks to everyone who helped cook, dance, serve, decorate, clean up or donate items for auction!!