The Raspberry Days Festival is an incredible event held to celebrate the harvest of the world famous Bear Lake Raspberries. The Raspberry harvest usually starts around the 3rd week of July and lasts 3-4 weeks. The Raspberry Days Festival is an annual event, which begins two days prior to the first Saturday in August. The festival is a fun filled 3 days with the Little Miss Berry Pageant, the craft fair with continuous entertainment, the Parade on the Boulevard, the Rodeo and 5K run in Laketown, the Pancake Breakfast at the Garden City Park, and ending with the fireworks on the Beach.
Be part Utah’s Longest “Running” Thanksgiving Day Event! Feel guilt-free eating your holiday turkey plus the trimmings this Thanksgiving Day by joining Cottonwood Heights 5k Walk/Run. Male/Female: Age Division Awards 1st through 5th, Over-all Awards, 11 & Under, and trophies for the Fastest Residents in Cottonwood Heights.
South Jordan presents its Country Festival from Wagon Wheels to Ferris Wheels. Come join the fun!
Saturday will be the parade. Everyone is invited, so bring your picnic/camp chairs and join us in honoring our American Flag, watching the amazingly crafted floats, witnessing the crazy driving of the Shriner’s and catching candy.
Concert, Hot Air Balloon Glow, 5K Race, Balloon Festival, Crafts and Free Helium Balloons
Part of Sandy’s annual hot air balloon festival. Enjoy early morning launches, plus crafts and balloons on Saturday morning during the launch.
Saturday evening there will be a concert, hot air balloon glow, and Annual Balloon Fest 5K race. Work hands-on with the pilots as they prep the balloons for launch! They always need some extra helpers each morning, show up early and get hands-on experience. Sandy Parks and Recreation will have a tent for Balloon Fun Saturday morning only: crafts and free helium balloons!
The annual Run for Kids is a 5k/10k run walk or stroll benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Utah County’s Triple Play Health and Fitness Program will be held April 9, 2011.
The running route begins at the historic Fort Utah Park located at 200 N Geneva Rd. in Provo. From the park the route meanders along the peaceful Provo River.
Registration begins at 7:00am with the race beginning at 8:30am. There will be a light breakfast available before and after the race at Fort Utah Park. After the race, carnival games will be available for kids and kids at heart.
All race participants will receive a stylish shirt and the chance to win some prizes!
Thank you for giving back to the youth in our community through your participation in this event.
The Ogden Nature Center’s annual 5K Trail Run and Pancake Breakfast is slated for the first Saturday in May annually.
This isn’t your average 5K– you’ll also get to meet live birds, enjoy a yummy pancake breakfast, score a fun goodie bundle & a cool, technical t-shirt as well as a kids dash & fun activities for the littles!