Don’t forget to take a little time to give this Giving Tuesday, and remember, everyone has something to give.
Lights, music, food, and Santa come to Ogden this weekend.
Utah has the “Greatest Snow on Earth.” It’s even printed on our license plates. Here is a brief look at some ski resorts around the Beehive State.
Celebrating the lives of past ancestors has been practiced by the people of Mexico for some 3,000 years. The celebration, known as the Day of the Dead originally landed on the ninth month of the Aztec calendar and was observed for the entire month.
Late summer nights and live music, what could be better? Add in downtown Salt Lake City or Ogden, food, beverages, and a canopy of stars and you have a fun-filled evening worth spending with family and friends.
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.
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:
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.
If I answered that question too early in this article, it would be very short. There is a lot of interesting history to behind how Ogden became Ogden. Click to learn more.