Things To Do Event Calendar
Events & Activities, Utah Month Of January New Years Celebrations, Snow Skiing, Sundance, Ice Skating, Winter Activities, Bridal Shows, Theatre
The Wood Carvers’ Exhibit is a yearly exhibit featured in the beautiful Historical Peteetneet Museum & Cultural Arts Center in Payson, Utah.
View last years favorites as well as new pieces added each year.
Come and celebrate this New Year’s Eve at the Provo Towne Centre. First Night activities will include First Night Star Singing Competition, live bands, Big Band Dance, Top 40’s Dance, food court, inflatable games, crafts, professional face painters, games, balloon artists, performers, karaoke, entertainment and fireworks.
After enjoying our spectacular fireworks display, join us in the Grand Summit Ballroom as we ring in the New Year at our Gala Celebration! The Gala will feature a live DJ, dancing, hats, noise makers, heavy hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar.
Doors open: 8:00pm – 12:15pm
Children (12 and under): $25
For more information call (435) 615-3360
New Year’s Eve Torchlight Parade & Fireworks
DATE: New Years Eve
PLACE: Harpers Ferry East, the best view is from the Plaza Deck
TIME: The Torchlight Parade begins at dusk, approximately 6 p.m. Following the parade is the NYE fireworks display.
Little Cottonwood Canyon
9599 Bypass Rd, Alta, UT 84092
This New Year’s Eve DF Dance Studio, Salsa Chocolate and Carlos Martinez Productions are excited to invite you to our 1st annual “Hollywood New Year’s Eve” Dance Party!
We will roll out the red carpet for you and treat you like the celebrity you are. Please DRESS TO IMPRESS the Paparazzi s!
* This event is 21 + only, so please bring your ID with you.
This event will be one you DON’T WANT TO MISS. Here are some of the things we have in store for you:
Elegant Dinner catered by Cafe Cancun ( * see below for menu)
Live Jazz Music
Exciting Dance Shows
Latin dance class
Live Salsa Musicians
DJ Coque (100 % salsero!)
Wine, Beer and Champagne will be available for purchase
Dancing till 2am!
Dinner, Evening shows, Live Jazz & Dance Mixer 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Latin dance class 9:45pm – 10:30pm
Live Salsa Musicians, DJ Coque, Latin Dancing, Salsa Shows & Midnight toast 10:30pm – 2am
Ogden City hosts the second annual Winterfest downtown Historic 25th Street & Washington Blvd, January 28 and 29th.
The city will close major downtown streets, cover them with snow and create the ultimate winter playground. The Winterfest organizing committee invites all to come and enjoy a variety of free activities. Last year’s celebration attracted more than 5,000 people.
The celebration where “Cold is Cool” boasts traditional and unconventional snow activities for all ages. Most events are free.
Events will begin on Friday afternoon with a ceremonial street closing on Washington Boulevard followed by a toboggan parade. Activities and contests will be held all day on Saturday.
This year’s “where cold is cool” events will include:
And many more . . .
Don’t worry, we haven’t forgotten about the little ones. We’ve put together some free projects and events with the younger kids in mind: