The sweet aroma of kettle corn, fluffy cotton candy, mooing cows, laughter, and carnival rides. It’s that time of year again! The state of Utah has a month packed full of county fairs to end it with the State Fair in September!
One of Utah’s most anticipated events is right around the corner. Raspberry Days is back! A weekend filled with fun, food, games, fireworks, parades, music, and—of course—raspberries.
With a new theater seating 290 and a new marquee, Beverly’s Terrace Plaza Playhouse reflects the quality of productions inside and provides a fitting showcase of the great talent we have in Northern Utah. Read more about this great theater.
Here are some of our favorite Pioneer Day events happening across the state! Have fun celebrating with your family and friends.
On ground made sacred by its very presence, stands the Vietnam Memorial Wall on the north side of Layton Commons. Etched into its black granite face are the names of every soldier who gave their life for our freedom in Vietnam.
Join us at Layton City Commons for the “Bob Hope Show” Tribute event July 9th, 2022. All proceeds go to the “Freedom Memorial Plaza” Project.
The city celebrations for 2022 are planned to be bigger and better than ever. So that you can plan for summer events, here are some of the plans to make summer great again:
The cornerstone was laid for the Kaysville Tabernacle of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on July 24, 1912. Under that cornerstone was laid a time capsule in the form of an iron box containing treasures of the day to be opened at some future date. That day was April 16, 2022.
School is out and the Farmer’s Markets are now open. With this being the first day of the season for the Ogden market, I wanted to see for myself what the response would be on this rainy opening. I can tell you that the shoppers were plentiful.
The 36th Annual Easter Mountain Man Rendezvous at Fort Buenaventura celebrated one of the most colorful periods of United States history. The original fort built by Miles Goodyear occupied a small half-acre on a bend of the Weber River just south of what is today downtown Ogden.