The Heber Valley Chamber sponsors many events throughout the year, ranging from monthly lunches to tree lighting ceremonies in December. To learn about Chamber events, read the listings below, and be sure to also check out our events calendar.
On the third Tuesday of each month, Chamber members gather for lunch to network and learn from various speakers and presenters. Lunches are catered locally and cost $12.00 for Chamber members and $15.00 for non-Chamber members. All lunches take place at the UVU Wasatch Campus. To attend, please RSVP by sending an email to [email protected] no later than the Friday preceeding the lunch (exceptions are made for special circumstances). You may also register here.
The Heber Valley Chamber sponsors the annual Golf Invitational--an exciting golf tournament that rotates annually between Wasatch Mountain State Park Golf Course, Soldier Hollow Golf Course, and Crater Springs Golf Course. The Golf Invitational will take place August 16 at Soldier Hollow Golf Course and will replace the monthly lunch. All proceeds from the Golf Invitational are used to promote the Chamber's Keep it Local campaign. Be sure to register for a spot by clicking here.
Each year, the Heber Valley Chamber works with local businesses to provide great discounts as part of the national Shop Local Saturday. This event culminates with a tree lighting celebration in Midway's townhall and features choirs, performances, sleighrides, and a special visit from Mr. and Mrs. Clause.
Join the Heber Valley Chamber of Commerce for our annual Christmas Gala. This year the Gala will be hosted on Thursday, December 6 at the Zermatt Resort. The Gala will include dinner, entertainment by Jason Hewlett, business awards, and dessert. We hope you will join us for this formal event.
The Heber Valley and Park City Chambers have partnered to host an annual Wasatch Back Job Fair. In 2016, this large employee recruitment event will take place at the Utah Valley University-Wasatch Campus in Heber City. The event will be held on Wednesday, May 11 from 4:00 to 6:30 p.m.