There will be a solar eclipse on April 29, 2014 BUT it will not be visible in Utah or anywhere else in the United States. In fact it won’t be visible in the northern hemisphere, or 99% of anywhere on the whole planet with the exception of a “brief” sunset glimpse of the eclipse in the most extreme portion of eastern Australia, and a little chunk of Antarctica.
Here is an animation of what the April 29th event will look like.
On October 23rd, a partial solar eclipse will be visible from Utah. Here is an animation of what it will look like.
The next total eclipse visible from our part of the world is August 21, 2017, and that’s going to be a doozy.