This 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
Now, my base of operations is again Utah, having relocated there after my mother’s death several years ago, to be closer to Karen’s family and help care for her ailing mother. Karen decided at this point that she did not care to actively perform live any longer and that wanted devote herself to other pursuits. Not wanting to be creatively idle, I continued to write, record, and perform my music live. I have returned to my love of the blues and have recorded a couple more CDs of original blues and jazz tunes—“Blue Mundy (Part 1)” and “Blue Mundy (Part2)”—with my new performing group, “RANDY MUNDY & THE MUNDY MOURNING BLUES BAND”. I am currently working on a third blues and jazz CD, which I hope to release later this year. Life is good when you can do what you love.
Randy Mundy & the Mundy Mourning Blues Band
Peery’s Egyptian Theater is a historical 1920s movie palace fully restored to its former glory and renovated to service live performance as well as cinema. As a component of the Ogden Eccles Conference Center, the Egyptian is a cornerstone of the revitalization of the downtown Ogden and the greater Weber County areas and is committed to supporting community events that utilize the Egyptian as a venue for quality professional performing arts events. Peery’s Egyptian Theater serves both as a rental facility for national and community events and as an arts presenter enriching local residents’ entertainment experiences.
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Funky, edgy, and explosive rhythm masters!
Rhythmic Circus has quickly risen from an underground percussive-dance phenomenon to an innovative live performance company known for transforming their tap shoes into instruments of rhythm. The Minneapolis Star Tribune put it well when they called the dance troupe “Flat out amazing!”
Contact: Terri McGhee (801) 689-8631
Event Hours: 7:30 pm
Admission: $20 for adults & $17 for students with ID
The Secret Garden, an original ballet choreographed by Raymond Van Mason premiered in 2005, when it received rave reviews from dance critics and the audiences.
The ballet is based on the story by Frances Hodgson Burnett with the original musical score written by well-known composer Kurt Bestor. The ballet was conceived over twelve years ago by Mason and Bestor when they worked together on the ballet Seasons for Ballet West.
As Mason and Bestor collaborated on the work, they expressed how they wanted to bring the story of Mary Lenox, a bad-tempered, disagreeable child, who is sent to England to live with her uncle in a big, lonely, old house, after her parents die in India. She arrives a sour-faced, sickly little madam with a furious temper, but through her friendship with local Yorkshire lad, Dickon, and their discovery of a secret garden, soon becomes a happy and healthy girl. She shares her newfound love of life with her…
…then they work their magic on the garden, and in turn the garden works its magic on the children and everyone around them. Enchanting and illuminating, The Secret Garden is a richly imaginative story about the potential for transformation.
April 15-16 7:30pm
April 16 2:00pm