Ongi Etorri!

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.

Zer Berri:


~ Condolences to Javier Guerricabeitia and family for the passing of his brother, Luis!

(Click on photo to view obituary)

~ The annual Halloween party has been cancelled. A virtual version is now being pursued.

~ Basque Diaspora Day was celebrated September 8th virtually by sharing photos of past events.

~ The annual Club picnic was cancelled.

~ Udaleku 2020 was scheduled in Salt Lake this year, but has been cancelled because of the pandemic.

~ The Living Traditions Festival was postponed from May to September. It has now been cancelled!

~ The Odolki Jatea (blood sausage dinner) was held Saturday, February 29th

~ The Club's annual Dinner Dance was held January 25th!