Habitat for Humanity – Dedication

Dedication of Falaniko Home: Please join with volunteers of “Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Utah” on August 7th for the Dedication of the Falaniko Family Home – 2488 East 700 North, St. George, UT 84790. We will begin this celebration at 6:00 pm for all friends who have contributed and participated together with this wonderful […]

Back to School Bash

Back to School Bash—August 18, at the Washington City Community Center from 7pm-10pm – 350 North Community Center Drive, Washington City, Utah 84780 (435) 656-6360. Free admission, although we ask you bring a school supply to donate for local Washington County students. With the largest indoor aquatic center in the State of Utah, Washington City […]

3rd Annual Mulitcultural Youth Leadership Summit

The third annual Multicultural Youth Leadership Summit is hosted by the Utah Office of Multicultural Affairs in support of Governor Gary R. Herbert’s ’66 by 2020′ initiative, a state goal that 66% of all working-age Utahns will hold a post-secondary degree or certificate by 2020. The Summit places emphasis on Utah’s ethnic youth in encouraging […]

2nd Annual Health Fair

Governor Herbert declared Nov. 9-15 Pacific Islander Health Week in an effort to raise awareness and work toward solutions to address the serious health issues that impact Utah’s Pacific Islander community.

150 Years of Wedding Dresses

Few rites of passage evoke the strong and visceral response more than weddings do.  Join SUPIC and the St. George Art Museum for this stunning display of wedding dresses, including a traditional Tongan wedding dress.  To learn more about the dress, click here. Display runs through May 9 and admission is $3 for adults, $1 […]

Iosepa Island Music Tribute

Come share one night in the islands and enjoy traditional and contemporary island music and dancing with the newly formed island band “Iosepa.” The group will pay tribute to the nearly 200 faithful island saints who sold their home and possessions in 1889 to move to Skull Valley, Utah and do temple work for their […]

Cultural Celebration

Come celebrate with cultural performances and food. Performances include Polynesian dances, Native American hoop dancing, Hispanic, Dixie State University’s Raging Red, and many more! Food will be available to purchase.  Participating businesses/restaurants include:  Pizza Hut, Pancho and Lefty’s Mexican Restaurante and Cantina, Southern Utah Pacific Islander Coalition, Dixie State Dining Services and Bombay Cafe.

Anniversary Party

Help celebrate SUPIC’s 1st Year Anniversary!  Join us for this FREE family friendly event filled with fun, food, birthday cake and music!