Tag Archives: Parades

Brigham City Peach Days

Brigham City, Utah Peach Days, Festival, Music, Family, FairThis city-wide event is the longest continually celebrated harvest festival in Utah, and is reported to be the second oldest in the country.

Peach Days is an honored tradition that brings approximately 75,000 spectators a fun-filled weekend that the Top of Utah and Southern Idaho residents look forward to every year.

1st Week of September
Weekend following Labor Day

Westfest

Ferris Wheel, Westfest, Festival, West Valley City, Utah, Free, Carnival Rides, Arts & Crafts, Live Music, Live Performances, FamilyA world of families, food & fun! Welcome to WESTFEST. The annual celebration that commemorates the establishment of West Valley City and recognizes its citizen’s various cultural backgrounds.

Carnival Rides and Games for all, Family 5K Fun Run, Westfest Parade, Talent Showcase Competition, Live Entertainment, Artisans, Crafters and Hobbyists,International Cuisine,  6th Annual Dutch Oven Cook-Off, K-9 Demonstration, Fireworks and more!

Annually–Third Week in June

WestFest
Centennial Park 5415 West 3100 South
West Valley City, Utah 84120

South Jordan Country Festival

South Jordan presents it’s 2011 Country Festival from Wagon Wheels to Ferris Wheels. Come join the fun!

Carnival Rides, South Jordan Utah Country Festival, Parade, Music Concerts, Games, Children's Activities, Family FunSaturday, June 18 9am 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.

This year’s parade route will remain the same as last year. We start on Towne Center Drive just west of City Hall then we head south on Redwood Road, then west on 10960 South and move on through the park to end at the north parking lot in City Park.

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Thursday, June 16
4:00 pm
4:00 pm 

Friday, June 17
4 – 7 pm
6:00 pm

7:00 pm
TBA

Saturday, June 18
6:30 am
7 – 10 am
9:00 am
10:00 am

1:00 pm
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA

Texas Scramble
Carnival 

Car Set Check
Carnival
Food/Craft Market
Kids Country Fest Corral
Draft Horse Pulls
Concert

5K Run & Kid’s Miler
Chuck Wagon Breakfast
Parade (last year’s route)
Carnival
Food & Craft Market
Kids Country Fest Corral
Skate Competition
Tennis Tournament
Olympic Games
Pinewood Derby
Movie
Concert

Mulligan’s Golf & Games
City Park 

Fire Station 61
City Park
City Park
City Park
City Park/Equestrian Arena
City Park

Riverfront Park
City Park/Main Pavilion
City Hall – N/W City Park
City Park
City Park
City Park/Horseshoe Pit
City Park/Skate Park
City Park/Tennis Courts
City Park
City Park
City Park
City Park

Avenues Street Fair

Avenues Street Fair, Salt Lake City, Utah, Live Music, Entertainment, Family FunThe Avenues Street Fair committee has been hard at work for the last few months. We are pleased to announce that the Street Fair will be held on 7th Avenue this year between “I” and “N” streets. The closeness to Lindsey Gardens will add some much appreciated green space for fair visitors to sit and enjoy the entertainment or just relax after walking the 5 blocks full of booths and delicious food.
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The entertainment committee has been listening to music from a variety of groups and they tell us that they have put together a selection to satisfy anyone’s musical taste.

Our People’s Art Gallery is just getting under way, so if you are an Avenues artist, of any age, please remember to fill out an application to submit your work for the rest of us to enjoy. We also have an enthusiastic group of volunteers working on some exciting raffle prizes so save up your money for your chance at great raffle items.

Winterfest

Ogden City hosts the second annual Winterfest downtown Historic 25th Street & Washington Blvd, January 28 and 29, 2011

Rail Jam, Ogden, Utah Winterfest, Snowbasin, Weber County, 5k Run, Snowboarding, Snowmobiling, Sledding, Family, Children's ActivitiesThe 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:

  • Toboggan Parade
  • Skijoring
  • Human Dog Sled Races
  • Polar Bear Swim
  • Snowmobile Street Races
  • Snowboarding Rail-Jam
  • 5K Run/Walk
  • Doggie Costume Contest
  • Flag Football Contests
  • Cross Country Skiing Races
  • Snowshoe Races
  • Live Music

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:

  • The hill just east of Washington Boulevard on 25th Street will be available for tubing and sledding on Saturday morning and afternoon.
  • Snowshoeing around Municipal Park will be available all day Saturday.
  • Piles of snow will be hauled in to the Municipal Park for the children to decorate and make snowmen on both Friday night and Saturday morning and afternoon.
  • The kid’s corner on Saturday will have a small construction project for each child that wishes to participate.

Registration forms can be found on the right hand side of this webpage, or through Sportsman. We highly recommend pre-registering for all the events; space is limited and the events are bound to fill up fast.

For more information about this event or to become a proud WinterFest 2011 sponsor, please call Ogden City Public Services at (801) 629-8337. Mark the date on your calendar, tweet, blog, facebook – whatever it takes to make sure that you don’t miss out on the fun!

Onion Days

All Days
• Carnival Fee per Ride Memorial Park
• Boutique in the Park Memorial Park
• Food Booths Memorial Park

http://www.payson.org

Fair

Saturday, September 5th
• Bill Pike Memorial Men’s Softball Tournament Hillman field Sport Complex;
Call 465-6031
• Miss Payson’s Gold Medal Mile 8:00 am Dry Creek Trail (1250 S Main Street)
• Firefighter’s Open House 9 am to Noon
• Book Fair Payson Library on Historic Main Street 10 am to 5 pm
• Mountain Bike Race 10:00 am Four Bay Area Payson Canyon
Sponsored by Downhill Cyclery call 465-8881
• 3 V 3 Soccer Tournament Orchard Hills Complex 955 S Main 10:00 am
www.nebounited.com or [email protected] call Janis Harold
801-754-0397
• Children’s Parade 9:30 am FREE Bring your bank for the Red, White & Blue!
• Payson City Presents – THE HISTORIC CHILDRENS PARADE Line up for the
parade begins at 9:00 am on the north side of Parkview Elementary. Everyone is
welcome, come dressed patriotic, and don’t forget your bang (ie, noisemakers,
kazoos, drums, whistles, songs or chants) Bikes, wagons, skateboards are
welcome; however, ABSOLUTELY NO motorized vehicles. Any questions contact
Hillary at 801-836-6264
• Children’s Fair 10:30 am to 12:30 pm FREE; Memorial Park
• Roberts Craft “MAKE AND TAKE” for Boys and Girls FREE also a Cricket Give away!
Enter to win! Memorial Park south of Band Stand 10:30 am to 6 pm
• Youth Talent Show 10:30 am to12:30 pm FREE; Memorial Park
• Skate Competition 10:00 am Skate Park at Payson Aquatic park
• Car Show Davis Detailing 400 E 100 S, Payson. Sign up at Davis Classic Detailing
• Open Swim General Admission per person; Payson Aquatic Center 1:00 to 7:00 pm
• Teen Talent Competition Memorial Park Band Stand 2:00 to 4:30 pm
Call Lisa 465-9288
• Sock Hop Park Dance 5:00 to 6:30 pm Memorial Park Band Stand. Band is “Midlife
Crisis”
• Adult Talent Competition Memorial Park Band Stand 7:00 to 9:30 pm
Call Lisa 465-9288
• Ultimate Pig Wrestling Event 5:00 to 7:00 pm Salem Rodeo Arena. Admission $5.00
a person. Entry fee to enter a group of 4 to wrestle the pig is $50.00
Call Alesha Wride 801-691-6846 www.ultimatepigwrestle.com
• PCT’s “Wizard of Oz” Payson High School 7:30 pm
• Movie at the Peteetneet Park Fund raiser goes to benefit the Payson Schools.
Free Movie is Madagascar 2 Come have a meal and movie at 7:00. Movie is
at dusk. Event is sponsored by the Wiser Music Foundation 801-850-4773

Sunday, September 6th
• Flower/Art Show Peteetneet 2:00 to 5:00 pm. Entries need to be turned in from 7
to 11:00 am
• Old Timers Town Reunion Memorial Park 3:00 to 6:00 pm “Let’s just get together,
see old friends and visit”.
• Onion Days Fireside Sunday 6:30 pm Mt View Stake Center 600 E 100 S
Guest speaker Jill Stevens, Miss Utah/G I Jane
• Payson Band Concert 8:00 pm FREE; Memorial Park

Monday, September 7th
• 5 K/10 K Races 7:00 am City Center Call 465-6031
• Early Bird Breakfast 7:00 am Constitution Aquatic Park $7 adults; $5 children
• Flag Raising Ceremony 7:30 am Constitution Aquatic Park
• Grand Parade10 a.m.; Line up 7-9 am
• Roberts Craft “MAKE AND TAKE” For Boys and Girls FREE, also a Cricket Give away!
Enter to win! Memorial Park south of Band Stand 12:00 to 6 pm
• Art and Flower Show Peteetneet School 12:30 to 5:00 Shuttle to & from Memorial
Park & Peteetneet
• 3 V 3 Soccer Tournament 12:00 on Orchard Hills Complex 955 S Main
www.nebounited.com or [email protected]
Call Janis Harold 801-754-0397
• Dutch Oven Cook Off Noon at Aquatic Park Bowery Call Rob Riding 801-404-6682
Applications are at Payson City office
• Payson Band Concert Memorial Park 1:00 pm (last one of the season)
• Entertainment in the Park 2:00 to 6:00 pm at Memorial Park Bandstand FREE
• Book Fair at the Library on Historic Main Street Noon to 5 pm
• Open Swim General Admission per person; Payson Aquatic Center 1:00 to 7:00 pm
• PCT’s “Wizard of Oz” Payson High School 3:00 pm
• Payson Royalty Gallery at Peteetneet 12:30 to 5:00 pm
• Onion Days Ultimate Pig Wrestling Event 5:00 to 7:00 pm Salem Rodeo Arena.
Admission $5.00 a person $25. a family. Entry fee to enter a group of 4 to wrestle
the pig is $50.00 Call Alesha Wride 801-691-6846

Wasatch County Fair

After Derby Dance, Baby Contest, Battle of the Bands, BBQ Dinner, Carnival, Country Market, Demolition Derby, Dutch Oven Contest, Entertainment, Exhibits, Fairy Princess Tea Party, Grand Marshals, Hula Hoop Contest, Kids – K Race, Miss Wasatch Pageant, Monster Truck Rides, Mtn Valley Stampede, Rodeo Queen Contest, Outdoor Movie, Parade, Party in the Park, Pool Party, Life Flight, Ambulance, & Army National Guard, Lip Sync Contest, Strut Your Mutt Dog Show, Talent Find Contest,
Toughest 10K Race

http://www.co.wasatch.ut.us/fair/index.htm

County Fair

Raspberry Days Festival

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.
Raspberry Days Garden City, Utah

Days of ’47 Pioneer Parade & Celebration

Pioneer Day 24th of July Parade, Salt Lake city, Utah, Family, Entertainment

Celebrate the arrival of the first pioneer settlers to the Salt Lake Valley! The Days of ’47, Inc. remembers Utah’s early pioneers with a variety of events including the Pioneer Parade and entertainment with fireworks at Liberty Park.


Where: South Temple and State Street and east to 200 East, then turns south to 900 South, then turns east to Liberty Park at 600 East in Salt Lake City

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