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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

Salt Lake Greek Festival

Greek Festival, Salt Lake City, Utah, Dancing, Music, Food, Family, EntertainmentCome experience authentic foods, and exciting entertainment at Salt Lake City’s annual Greek Festival. The lively event often attracts up to 50,000 attendees and also features art displays and both 5K and 10K runs.

OPA!! Welcome to the Greek Festival. Here you will witness a variety of traditional Greek folk dances performed by our dance groups. The suite of dances will consist of Pan-Hellenic dances (danced throughout Greece with regional variances) and dances from the mainland and islands.

The most popular form of the Greek folk dance is the open circle, with regular handhold position, moving counter-clockwise. Next is the straight line with arms on shoulders of adjacent dancers. The third form is the curved-line dance with the basket-weave hold.

1st Week of September

FIBT Bobsled & Skeleton America’s Cup

Bobsledding, Olympics, Sports, Competition, RacesThe FIBT conducts a worldwide series of races that quality athletes for the annual World Championships and every four years for the Olympic Winter Games. The World Cup involves the top athletes in the sport, who compete in a series of eight races.

Junior circuits are held in North America (America’s Cup) and Europe (Europa Cup). One step higher is the Intercontinental Cup. Competitors earn points and a world ranking that determines starting positions and seeding at the various FIBT races.

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Festivities Galore at Daybreak

The grand opening of SoDa Row is the opening of a new chapter for Daybreak.

8 a.m. – Daybreak’s first triathlon
10:30 a.m. – 5K fun run
Noon to 2 p.m. – Festivities galore: live music, art and gift show, bicycle tours, canoe rides on Oquirrh Lake, climbing wall, kite flying, kids activities at Black Diamond Gymnastics, food from SoDa row restaurants and more!

Directions: Take Bangerter Hwy. to 11400 South and follow the signs.

More Information

Canoeing

Maize Days Festival

The Davis Arts Council is proud to announce the first annual Maize Days Festival on September 11th and 12th located in the beautiful Layton Commons Park. We would like to extend an invitation for you to join us in what we expect will become the premier community arts festival in the area!

The festival will offer a variety of opportunities and activities for everyone in attendance and will draw a large audience from Layton, Davis County, and the surrounding area. The event will feature a farmers market, children’s art yard, arts & crafts booths, food vendors, and entertainment on the Ed Kenley stage.

Festivities will begin Friday afternoon and continue Saturday with the McKay-Dee Hospital Foundation Classic Race 5K, 10K, and 2 mile walk at 8:00 AM.
Maize Days will close with a special concert by VOICE MALE at the Ed Kenley Amphitheater on Saturday evening at 7:00 PM.

Tickets and Venue Information

Maize Days Festival

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