Splash Pad Opening
11 a.m.-10 p.m., Summer pool and splash pad celebration, free swimming all day, prizes, swimming toys, food trucks at Mt. Pleasant Aquatic Center, 74 East Main. For information, visit www.mtpleasantcity.com or call (435) 462-1333.
Spring City Heritage Day May 25
All day – Spring City Community Center (SCCC), 45 South 100 East, and the City Park next door.
8-10 a.m., Breakfast, coffee till 11 a.m., in City Park.
8:30 a.m., Bake sale at Main Street Museum, 46 North Main.
9 a.m.-2 p.m., Antique sale and Art Squared silent auction, in SCCC.
10 a.m.-4 p.m., Historic home tours.
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Lunch, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Spring City Ward, 164 South Main.
3 p.m., Free 30-minute concert, Brian Stucki, world renowned tenor, Spring City Ward, 164 South Main.
Ephraim Scandinavian Festival May 24-25
Two full days including music, entertainment, crafts, arts, demonstrations, speakers, stories, food, vendors, sports, car show, tours, parade and fireworks.
9 a.m.–6 p.m., Pioneer Heritage Company — reenactments and demonstrations, Snow College, 100 North 100 East (corner)
10 a.m.-6 p.m., Quilt expo, upstairs in Ephraim Co-op, 96 North Main.
10 a.m., Scandinavian Heritage Conference, Huntsman Library, 150 East College Ave. Rhonda Lauritzen will speak on “Feistiness and Faith – The story of Ephraim’s Relief Society Granary.”
11 a.m., Scandinavian Heritage Conference, Huntsman Library, 150 East College Ave. Sandra Lanier will speak about the history and restoration efforts of the Ephraim Co-Op Building.
12 Noon-8 p.m., Craft and vendor food booths open.
12:30 p.m.-4 p.m., Entertainment on stage in front of Noyes building.
1:30 p.m.-3 p.m., Storytelling on Northwest Lawn.
4-6 p.m., Pioneer House and cabin tours, Pioneer Park, 75 West 100 North.
6-8 p.m., Little Scandinavian Dinner, Greenwood Student Center, 150 East College Ave. Dinner fees apply.
8:45 p.m., Fireworks show after dinner/dusk, Ephraim Family Park, 300 North 200 East.
5:30 a.m., Half Marathon, 10k, 5k, Walk, race registration opens at 50 East 100 North or in advance online at http://scandinavianfestival.org/athletic-events.
5:30 a.m., Half marathon (13.1 miles) race begins at 50 East 100 North.
6 a.m., 10k (6.2 miles) Fun Run begins.
6:30 a.m., Vike on a Bike mountain bike race registration at 400 East 100 North. All bike riders are encouraged to be in the Grand Parade at 10 a.m. Call Beverly Thomas (435) 340-1052 or visit http://scandinavianfestival.org/viking-on-a-bike.
7 a.m., 5k (3.1 miles) race and Walk begins at 50 East 100 North.
7:30 a.m., Vike on a Bike beginner, novice and sport bike rides begin at 400 East 100 North.
8-10 a.m., Lion Club aebelskiver breakfast, pavilion east of Ephraim Co-op, 96 North Main.
9 a.m., Vike on a Bike Family Bike Ride begins at 400 East 100 North.
9 a.m.-6 p.m., craft and vendor food booths open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m., Olde Crafter’s Village at the Ephraim Co-op, 96 North Main.
9 a.m., parade entries check in at the corner of 300 South 50 East, then line up on 300 South on East side of Main Street.
9 a.m.–6 p.m., Pioneer Heritage Company-reenactments and demonstrations, Snow College, 100 North 100 East (corner).
9 a.m.-5 p.m., Quilt Expo, Ephraim Co-op, 96 North Main.
10 a.m., Grand parade. There is no entry fee, but entries must pre-register online: www.scandinavianfestival.org/parade.
11 a.m.-3 p.m., Entertainment on stage.
11 a.m.-3 p.m., Original Garage Car Show, 100 East 100 North.
11 a.m.-4 p.m., Pioneer house and cabin tours, Pioneer Park, 75 West 100 North.
11 a.m., Fun for all, balloon caricature and face painting, food, Ephraim Senior Center, 42 North 100 West.
11:30 a.m.-2 p.m., Storytelling on stage.
11:30 a.m., Historical bus tours begin, northeast corner of 100 East 100 North.
1-4 p.m., Tennis tournament, Snow College tennis courts, 375 North 200 East.
1:30 p.m., Historical bus tour, northeast corner of 100 East 100 North.
4 p.m., Pickleball tournament, Snow College tennis courts, 375 North 200 East.
Mayfield Memorial Day May 27
8-10 a.m., Lions Club Memorial Day breakfast, all proceeds go to the Moran Eye Center, Leader Dogs for the Blind, and Lions Club International Foundation, at Mayfield City Park, 200 North Main Street.
Manti 17th Rat Fink Reunion May 30 – June 1
Reunion at Rat Fink Museum, Store and Roth residence, 404 East 300 North, Manti. Car show on Saturday, Manti City Park, 400 West 200 North. See artists from all over the country show off their talents, bring items to be pinstriped, art auction, special attractions. Music throughout by JP Kennedy, official Rat Fink DJ.
10 a.m.-9 p.m., museum and store open, limited Roth residence tours, special attractions, food and music.
10 a.m., Rat Fink artists available to create your special items. Come see what they brought, shop in the Rat Fink store and tour the Rat Fink museum.
1 p.m., Special attractions, unveiling Rat Fink BBQ and Ed Roth statue.
6 p.m., Concert.
6 p.m., Fund raising dinner, Dano Bonanno.
8:30 p.m., Banana splits.
9 p.m., All closed till morning.
Food, music, artists and activities at museum, store and Roth residence.
9 a.m., Meet and greet Rat Fink artists, pinstripe vehicles.
9:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m., Museum and store open, limited Roth residence tours, food and music.
9:30 a.m., Museum, Hall of Fame recognition, guest speakers. Photo shoot of all Corvettes.
11:30 a.m., Pinstriping demonstration.
12:30-2 p.m., Screen T-Shirt art, check out award and auction displays by artists.
12:30 p.m., Concert by Summer of ’89.
6 p.m., Dinner.
6 p.m., Register for 5K Fun Run at Roth residence.
7 p.m., Rat Fink 5K Fun Run, 400 North 300 East.
8:15 p.m., Race awards after race, east of museum.
8:30 p.m., Banana Splits.
9 p.m., All closed till morning.
Food and music at Manti City Park and Roth residence. Limited Roth residence tours. Music at park by Jay Sisson.
8 a.m., Car show at Manti City Park, 400 West 200 North.
9:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m., Rat Fink Museum and Store open, 404 East 300 North.
10-12 noon, Junction 89 concert in the park.
1 p.m., Live auction at the park.
4 p.m., Car show awards.
5:30 p.m., Show Car Cruise down Manti Main Street.
6:30 p.m., Junction 89 concert at Roth residence, 404 East 300 North.
6:30 p.m., Fundraising dinner, Ryan Dahlberg. Food, music and artists.
8:30 p.m., Banana Splits.
9 p.m., Reunion ends.
Ephraim Co-Op 30th Anniversary June 1-30
The Ephraim Co-Op Mercantile Association is celebrating their 30th anniversary featuring special exhibits of stories, pictures or any other special memories of events held in the building. Drop by to see the displays at 96 North Main, Ephraim. Free admission. Normal hours are 10 a.m.-6 p.m. or call (435) 283-6654.
Sterling Golf Tournament June 1
9 a.m., Seventh annual Child Abuse Prevention fundraising golf tournament, shotgun start, four man scramble, at Palisade State Park Golf Course, in Sterling. Participants support survivors of child abuse and services of Sanpete County Children’s Justice Center. To register, call Jordan Van Orman at pro shop (435) 835-4653 or Joan Shand at (435) 835-5211. Donations can be sent to: Friends of Children’s Justice Center, PO Box 292, Manti, UT 84642.
Fairview Golf tournament June 8
8:30 a.m., Eighth Annual Drive4Food Tee-off, two person scramble, hole-in-one, contest prizes and lunch. Register at Skyline Mountain Resort, 2.5 miles south of Fairview on the Mountainville Highway, call pro shop at (435) 427-9575.
Division of Wildlife Resources Free fishing day June 8
Free Fishing Day in Utah. Anglers don’t need a fishing license to fish in the state all day, but all other rules in the state’s fishing guidebook will still be in effect.
Anglers are encouraged to get a copy of the 2019 Utah Fishing Guidebook and learn the rules. The free guidebook is available at https://wildlife.utah.gov/utah-fishing-guidebook.html. Copies are also available at DWR offices and from fishing license agents across Utah.
Mt. Pleasant Jock Paget Eventing Clinic June 12-13
8 a.m.-5 p.m., both days, New Zealand Olympian Jock Paget will provide a clinic for Skyline Eventing equestrian riders on the cross country course at Cleone Peterson Eccles Equestrian Center and ConToy Arena, 1000 South 955 West, Mt. Pleasant; free admission. Spectators welcome.
Ephraim Co-Op Craft Fair June 11-22
Over 85 crafters will be featured in the Ephraim Co-Op, 96 North Main, from 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Tuesday – Saturday, June 11-15; 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday June 17; and 10 a.m.- 7 p.m., Tuesday – Saturday, June 18-22.
Manti Mormon Miracle Pageant June 13-15, 18-22
6 p.m., Gates open for seating.
9:30 p.m., 53rd Annual Mormon Miracle Pageant begins, free admission.
Arrive early for optimum first-come seating for 14,000 and room on grass for additional spectators. Bring a sweater or blanket. Be prepared in case of inclement weather.
Mt. Pleasant Cash Days Races June 15
11 a.m., Rocky Mountain Cash Days old school, but legal drag races at the old Mt. Pleasant Airport, on south end of Mt. Pleasant. At least 57 cars from the region, including California, will race the quarter mile for cash prizes. Races will go until finished. Bleachers available or bring own chair and shade. Concessions on site. Nominal admission at the gate for ages 12 and older. For more information, visit Rocky Mountain Cash Days Facebook page.
Mt. Pleasant Young Rider Camp June 26-27
8 a.m.-5 p.m., Area IX Young Rider Camp at Cleone Peterson Eccles Equestrian Center and ConToy Arena, 1000 South 955 West, Mt. Pleasant; free admission. Spectators welcome.
Wales Welsh Days June 28-29
Strongman competitions, Dutch oven cook-off, entertainment, dancing, car show, food, games and Mammoth parade.
2:30 p.m., Dutch oven cook-off begins, in the park, 150 South State. Contact Carol Jensen at (435) 851-4599.
4 p.m., Jr. Strongman registration.
4:30 p.m., Jr. Strongman competition.
6:30 p.m., Town Raffle, tickets available, including quilt by Quilt Keepers Guild. Must be present to win all items except the quilt.
6:30 p.m., Dutch oven judging.
7 p.m., Pot-luck dinner, meat provided, Dutch oven cook-off items included. Bring a dish to share and chairs.
8:30-11 p.m., Live entertainment and dancing.
6:30 a.m., Fun Run registration, at the park. 150 South State. Contact Laura Roberts at (435) 469-1894.
7 a.m., .5 Mile Children’s Fun Run.
7:15 a.m., 5K Fun Run.
7:45 a.m., Flag ceremony.
8-8:30 a.m., Strongman registration.
8-10 a.m., Car Show registration.
8 a.m., City breakfast, in the park.
9:45 a.m., Children’s Parade.
10 a.m., Mammoth Parade, contact Liz at (435) 469-0165.
10 a.m.-2 p.m., Car Show.
10:30 p.m.-2 p.m., Children’s games.
11 a.m., Strongman competition. Must be present and registered by 8:30 a.m. Strongman T-Shirts available.
11 a.m.-2 p.m., City lunch, hamburgers and hotdogs for sale.
After the Strongman competition, Foot races, two-legged sack races, Pie eating contest, Watermelon bust and water balloon toss.
Pie eating contestants must pre-register by calling Liz at (435) 469-0165.
Ephraim Christmas in July July 1-31
Many hand crafted items in the Ephraim Co-op, 96 North Main, are tagged with special discount prices. It’s a great time to get a head start on gifts for future events, including Christmas. For more information, call (435) 283-6654.
Manti Independence Day July 4
6-7 a.m., Ring out for Freedom, Manti American Legion Hall, 173 South Main, all are welcome to ring bell.
6:30 a.m., Registration for 5K and mile run, (west pavilion).
7 -10 a.m., American Legion breakfast, Manti City Park, 165 North 300 West, (east pavilion).
7 a.m., 5K run/walk and kids 1 mile run.
9 a.m., Bike decorating followed by bike ride/race, (northeast corner of the park).
10 a.m., Patriotic program and flag ceremony.
10 a.m., Sign up for fashion show.
10:30 a.m., Children’s fashion show, stage in park.
11 a.m., Booths open at park.
11 a.m., Games begin, foot races.
11:30 a.m., Three-legged race.
12 noon, Horseshoe tournament and potato sack race.
12:30 p.m., Candy scramble.
1 p.m., Money in the hay.
1:30 p.m., Egg toss.
1:30 p.m., Sign up for watermelon bust and tug of war.
2 p.m., Greased pole.
3 p.m., Watermelon bust.
3 p.m., Tug of war.
3-5 p.m., Free swim at Aquatic Center, 64 West 500 North, music and games.
3:30 p.m., Sign up for tennis tournament, at Manti High School (MHS) tennis courts, 100 West 500 North.
4 p.m., Tennis Tournament
5 p.m., Heritage Homerun Derby, MHS Baseball Field, 100 West 500 North.
6:30 p.m., Parade line up, Manti Sixth LDS Ward, 295 South Main.
7 p.m., Parade
8 p.m., Entertainment and fireworks, MHS Stadium, 100 West 500 North.
Moroni Independence Day June 29 — July 4
Four days of fun including softball, volleyball, BBQ turkey, classic car show, fun runs, meals, Mammoth parade, Ping Pong ball drop, carnival, entertainment and fireworks.
Turkey Slam Co-Ed Softball Tournament. To register visit Moroni City Hall, 80 South 200 West, or call (435) 436-8359.
Co-Ed Volleyball Tournament. To register visit Moroni City Hall, 80 South 200 West, or call (435) 436-8359.
5:30 p.m., Famous BBQ turkey dinner with live entertainment, City Hall Park, 80 South 200 West.
5:30 p.m., Classic Car Show, City Hall Park. For information contact Julianne Larson via email: julianneWlarson86@gmail.com.
6 a.m., 5K Fun Run and Youth 1 Mile Run. To register visit Moroni City Hall, 80 South 200 West, or call (435) 436-8359.
7 a.m.-9 a.m., Fireman’s breakfast at City Hall Park.
8 a.m., Flag ceremony.
9:45 a.m., Airplane ping pong ball drop along parade route, hundreds of prizes.
10 a.m., Mammoth parade, for parade info and entries, visit Moroni City Hall, 80 South 200 West, call (435) 436-8359 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
10:45 a.m.-2 p.m., Carnival at Center Street Ball Park, 200 North Center. Fun games, activities, bounce houses, water fun and prizes. Famous turkey sandwiches available.
11:30 a.m., Relay races, Center Street Ball Park.
12 noon, Basketball shootout in the activity center, 231 North Center.
7:30-10 p.m., Pre-fireworks show, dinner available and live entertainment in Center Street Ball Park.
10 p.m., Fireworks show.
Pro motorcycle racers take on rocks, mud, logs and other obstacles while racing for prizes at Juab County Fairgrounds, 400 West Center Street. Visit http://www.juabxtremeracing.com for information or call (435) 623-3454.
Hub City Days
June 28-July 4
Skyline Freedom Fest, Golf Tournament, Mountain Man Rendezvous, carnival rides, vendors, food, fun and crafts in Mt. Pleasant City.
8 a.m.-5 p.m., Skyline Freedom Fest Eventing, equestrian horse and rider competitions, two phases: Dressage and Show Jumping, Cleone Peterson Eccles Equestrian Center and ConToy Arena, 1000 South 955 West, Mt. Pleasant; free admission.
7:30 a.m., register, 8 a.m., tee-off for Hub City Days Golf Tournament at Skyline Mountain Resort Golf Course, located 4.5 miles northeast of Mt. Pleasant on the Mountainville Highway. For information call pro shop at (435) 427-9575.
8 a.m.-5 p.m., Skyline Freedom Fest Eventing, equestrian horse and rider competitions, Mini Event: Dressage, Show Jumping, and Cross Country, Cleone Peterson Eccles Equestrian Center and ConToy Arena, 1000 South 955 West, free admission.
7 p.m., Free family fun night, outdoor rodeo arena, east of city park, 1000 South State. Barrel racing, stick horse race, calf ribbon pull, hide race, dog race and musical tires. Sign up prior to event at 5 p.m., no late entries.
Carnival rides and vendor booths at Mt. Pleasant City Park, 1000 South State.
7 p.m., Rodeo pre-show Mutton Bustin’.
8 p.m., RMPRA Hub City Rodeo, Circle J Rodeo Company, outdoor arena, east of park. Rodeo tickets can be purchased online at www.hubcityrodeo.com.
6 a.m., Registration for Fourth Annual Fun Run online at www.sanpetepantry.com/drive4food.
6:30 a.m., Start 10k, 5k Drive 4 Food Fun Run. Meet in parking lot at North Sanpete High School, 700 South 400 East, Mt. Pleasant. Awards and drawing for prizes.
7 a.m.-9 a.m., Breakfast in the park, sponsored by Sanpete Valley Hospital.
8 a.m., Tennis tournament at North Sanpete High School, 700 South 300 East.
9 a.m., Book sale, games and prizes, Mt. Pleasant City Library, 24 East Main.
9 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Mountain Man Rendezvous activities. For information watch for posted schedule in the Mountain Man village, in city park, 1000 South State.
10:30 a.m., Mammoth Parade line-up begins at 700 South State between State Street and 500 West. To be in the parade contact Coleen Oltrogge at (435) 462-3034. Children parade line-up at 700 South State Street, by the high school sign.
11 a.m., Children’s parade, followed by the Mammoth Parade. The parade route will travel north on State Street to Main Street and then travel west.
12 noon, New, restored and ugly tractor contest, east of Mt. Pleasant City Park. To enter, bring a tractor, but call Coleen Oltrogge at (435) 462-3034 for details. Tractor contest awards at 3:30 p.m.
12 noon, Carnival, entertainment, vendor booths, food and fun, in Mt. Pleasant City Park, 1000 South State.
1-3 p.m., Free wagon rides at the park.
1:30 p.m.-3 p.m., Free children’s games and balloon animals.
2 p.m., Baking contest for pies and cakes, $50 for winners. To enter call Coleen Oltrogge at (435) 462-3034.
3 p.m., Mountain Man Dutch Oven Cook-off begins. To enter the cook-off, call Pat Gonzalez at (801) 367-9849.
5:30 p.m., Cook-off judging.
6 p.m., Dutch-Oven cook-off feast, $5 per plate.
7 p.m., Mountain Man Raffle and awards in city park, 1000 South State.
7 p.m., Rodeo pre-show Mutton Bustin’.
8 p.m., RMPRA Hub City Rodeo, Circle J Rodeo Company, outdoor arena, east of park. Rodeo tickets can be purchased online at www.hubcityrodeo.com.
10 p.m. or dark, Fireworks east of city park.
For all Hub City Day information contact Colleen Oltrogge at (435) 462-3034 or (435) 851-6943.
Two-week triathlon includes swimming, biking and running over a two-week period for children 12 and younger, adults 13 and older and teams. Adult 5K run, 12.1 mile bike ride, and 300-yard swim. Children .25 mile run, one mile bike ride and 100-yard swim. Discount price swim day on July 20 and participant awards at Mt. Pleasant Aquatic Center, 74 East Main. For information, visit www.mtpleasantcity.com or call (435) 462-1333.
British Soccer Camp
British Soccer Camp for boys and girls ages 3-16 at Manti City Park, 150 North 300 West, hosted by Manti City Recreation. There are three divisions, Tiny Tykes (ages 3-5); Half Day Camp (ages 5-16); and Golden Goal (ages 5-16). Register online at http://manticity.com/ or pick up application at Manti City Hall, 50 South Main. Registration deadline is Monday, July 1. For more information, contact Vern Jensen (435) 851-2634 or email email@example.com.
85th Ute Stampede Rodeo
85th Ute Stampede Rodeo at the Juab County Fairgrounds, 400 West Center Street, Nephi. PRCA sanctioned Rodeo since 1935. Additional events include stock drive, carnival, Lions Club breakfasts, craft show, parades, car show, shoot-out and a bathing beauty contest take place in town.
6 p.m., Gates open each night. Rodeo at 8 p.m. nightly.
For more details, visit http://utestampederodeo.com.
Two weeks of fun, golf, sports, lace, art, rodeos, parades, OHV ride, fireside, food, car show, entertainment, a demolition derby, fireworks and an old-time musical comedy play. Register in advance for all sports at Fairview City Hall, 85 South State, or call (435) 427-3858.
5 p.m., volleyball in Sports Park, 500 South 85 East.
7:30 a.m., registration, tee-off 8 a.m. Golf tournament at Skyline Mountain Resort, 2.5 miles east and south of Fairview on the Mountainville Highway which begins on 300 South, Fairview. To register, call golf call pro shop at (435) 427-9575.
5 p.m., Horseshoes and 3-on-3 basketball in Sports Park, 500 South 85 East.
28th Annual Lace Days
10 a.m.-4 p.m., Lace creation in the Fairview Museum of History and Art, 84 North 100 East. Visitors are welcome to observe, participants are encouraged to register in advance by calling the museum at (435) 427-9216.
7 p.m., Fun free kid’s activities icebreaker, watermelon bust, pie eating contest, games at Fairview City Ball Park, 100 North 200 West.
7 p.m., Kids rodeo in the arena, 350 South 85 East. Participants register one hour early. Tickets $5 at the gate.
7 a.m., Softball tournament, Fairview City Ball Park, 100 North 200 West
8 a.m., Skyline Motorsports Men’s Tournament. Shotgun start, all entrants must have a UGA Handicap Individual Stroke Play, at Skyline Mountain Resort, 2.5 miles east and south of Fairview on the Mountainville Highway which begins on 300 South, Fairview. To register call golf call pro-shop at (435) 427-9575.
OHV Ride for food
8 a.m., Check-in for Sixth Annual OHV Ride for food. Meet at Skyline Motor Sports, one mile south of Fairview. Register in advance on-line at http://www.sanpetepantry.com/drive4food.
8:30 a.m., OHV Ride begins.
Horse parade, rodeo
6 p.m., Horse parade on Fairview State Street.
7:30 p.m., Main Rodeo in the arena, 350 South 85 East. Tickets: $10 adults, $5 kids 11 and under at the gate.
6 p.m., DUP fireside, Fairview Ward (rock church) of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 131 East 100 North.
3 p.m., Tennis, Youth Singles at Sports Park, 500 South 85 East. Register in advance for all sports at Fairview City Hall, 85 South State, or call (435) 427-3858.
8 p.m., Tennis, Doubles at Sports Park, 500 South 85 East.
3 p.m., Tennis, Adult Singles at Sports Park, 500 South 85 East.
3 p.m.- 5 p.m., Third Annual Utah’s Beauty and Heritage Art Walk at Fairview Museum of History and Art, 84 North 100 East. Special speaker and open house reception. The art exhibit will then be on display through Aug. 10.
7 p.m., ATV Rodeo in the arena, 350 South 85 East. Participants register one hour early. Tickets $5 at the gate.
6 a.m., Fireman’s wake-up.
6 a.m., Fun Run 5k, register at fairground, 300 South 200 East, for info call (435) 427-3858.
7 a.m., Flag ceremony, Fairview City Hall, 85 South State.
7 a.m., Fireman’s breakfast in pavilion east of city hall.
7:30 a.m., Scrambalooza game at Sports Park, 500 South 85 East.
10:30 a.m., Kid’s walking parade, State Street, No motorized vehicles.
11 a.m., Pioneer Days parade. Participants register in advance online at http://fairviewcity.com or call Fairview City at (435) 427-3858.
12 noon, EMT barbecue, in pavilion east of city hall.
1-4 p.m., Free Vintage Car Show at Fairview Museum of History and Art, 85 North 100 East. Cars can be registered at the show. For information, call Pam Rigby at (435) 427-0648.
1 p.m., Old fashioned games for all kids at Iven R. Cox Park, east of city hall.
1 p.m., Fairview Idol talent show in Peterson Dance Hall, 65 South State.
7 p.m., 35th Annual Pioneer Days Demolition Derby, 350 South 85 East. Tickets $15 each, including babies. Purchase tickets in advance online at http://fairviewcity.com. No coolers, alcohol or pets allowed. All seating is reserved.
10 p.m., Fireworks after the derby, near the arena.
Musical comedy play
7 p.m., Sandy Wilson’s “The Boy Friend” presented on stage by the North Bend Entertainers, at Peterson Dance Hall, 65 South State, Fairview. This light romantic spoof of 1920s musical comedy will delight attendees. Tickets $8-$10 at the door. For information call (435) 469-1177 or visit www.nbentertainers.org.
A big celebration of the lamb industry in Utah complete with softball, lamb show, ATV ride, crafts, lamb dinner, talent show, Mammoth parade, mutton bustin’, food, fun and fireworks.
Fountain Green Co-ed Softball Tournament for current or past residents only. Sign up at the Fountain Green General Store, 84 South State.
Men’s softball Tournament, to enter teams contact Ryan Johnson at (435) 262-6187.
12 Noon, Youth lamb show and judging, Fountain Green Park, Big Bowery, 300 West Center.
1 p.m., ATV ride, for information call city hall at (435) 445-3453.
3 to 9 p.m., Craft fair, at park.
5 to 8 p.m., Lamb and sourdough dinner, at park.
8 p.m., Lamb pit preparation behind City Hall.
9 p.m., Kid’s movie at the park, 300 West Center.
6:30 a.m., Fun Run, to register call Chelsea Bailey at (801) 885-7245.
7-9 a.m., Chuck-wagon breakfast, at park.
7:30 a.m., Flag ceremony.
9 a.m.-6 p.m., Craft fair, for information call Ann Nielson at (435) 445-3532.
10 a.m., Mammoth parade on State Street, to participate contact Greg Bailey at (435) 262-7683.
11:30 a.m., Watermelon eating contest, at park.
12 noon, Lamb Days Got Talent program, to participate contact Alison Bradley at (435) 919-7800.
12 noon, Activities at the park also begin and include a raffle, games, rides and entertainment.
1:30 p.m., Lamb sandwich sale.
2 p.m., Lamb sale.
3 p.m., Mutton Bustin’, to participate contact Darcie Cook at (435) 445-3272. Participants must be between four-to-eight years old and weigh less than 55 pounds.
4 p.m., Sawdust dive and prize drawings.
6 p.m., Co-ed softball championships.
10 p.m., Fireworks.
7:30 a.m., one-day triathlon swim, bike and run for children 12 and younger, adults 13 and older and teams. Adult 5K run, 12.1 mile bike ride, and 300-yard swim. Children .25 mile run, one mile bike ride and 100-yard swim. Discount price swim day and participant awards at Mt. Pleasant Aquatic Center, 74 East Main. For information, visit www.mtpleasantcity.com or call (435) 462-1333.
6 p.m., Pioneer Day Parade
7 p.m., Dinner, Centerfield Church bowery, 230 South Main. Dinner is by donation.
Dark, Fireworks, can be viewed from the bowery.
Mayfield Pioneer Day July 24
10 a.m., Parade.
Games, food and entertainment in city park, 200 North Main Street.
11 a.m., Live music, entertainment.
11 a.m.-2 p.m., Carnival and games, water slide, food.
1 p.m., Live auction.
1:30 p.m., Wild duck race.
2 p.m., Greased pig chase, money grab.
2:15 p.m., Announce winners of money grab and duck race.
Spring City Pioneer Days July 20-24
Concert, Old Time Gospel Revival, street dancing, food, Mammoth Parade, party in the park, crafts and music.
7 p.m., Park concert and ice cream social featuring music by “Fiddle Express.” Bring chairs. 100 East 50 South, Spring City.
7 p.m., Old Time Gospel Music Revival, city bowery, 150 East Center.
8-10 p.m., Family Street Dance “Rock of Ages” on Main Street.
7 a.m., Fun Run/Walk.
7-9 a.m., Fireman’s Breakfast.
10 a.m., Mammoth Parade, Bring chairs, No parking on Main Street.
11 a.m.-2 p.m., Party at the park, sidewalk chalk art contest and other fun activities, music by “Hired Guns”, lunch, hand-made crafts, watermelon bust.
7 p.m., Saga of Spring City, City park, bring chairs.
Sterling Pioneer Day July 24
Games, food, music, dancing, fireworks and fun, bring family, friends and join in.
6 a.m., Wake-up call by Sterling Fire Department.
6:45 a.m., 5k Run pre-registration, Sterling Community Center, 110 West 100 North.
7 a.m., 5k Run.
7-9 a.m., Bishopric Breakfast, Sterling LDS Ward bowery, 20 South Main.
9 a.m., Pioneer Day Parade, begins at 100 West 200 South. Parade entries contact Jane Voorhees at (435) 851-0705.
9:30 a.m., Fire Department tour with coloring book activities, 100 North 100 West.
9:30 a.m., Cornhole tournament registration in city park, 75 North 100 West.
10 a.m., Cornhole Tournament.
10 a.m., Pioneer games carnival including money in haystack, tug-o’-war, relay races and much more in the city park, 75 North 100 West.
11 a.m., Food concessions open.
12:30 p.m., Playtime animals, waterslide, bouncy house.
12:30 p.m., Horseshoe tournament registration.
1 p.m., Horseshoe tournament.
2 p.m., 3-on-3 Basketball.
4 p.m., Dummy Roping.
5 p.m., Pie-eating contest, tetherball, volleyball, soccer activities.
6 p.m., Dutch oven dessert judging, to enter contact Rae Reid at (801) 718-9844.
6:30 p.m., Pre-fireworks dancing featuring Snow College Western Swing Club.
At dusk, Fireworks show. After fireworks, keep on dancing.
Manti Jr. Home Run Derby July 26
7:30 p.m., Jr. Home Run Derby for boys and girls ages 14 and under at Manti City Park, 150 North 300 West, hosted by Manti City Recreation. Participants get the opportunity to showcase their power in an exciting home run hitting contest. For more information, call Vern Jensen (435) 851-2634.
Spring City Bluegrass & Folk Festival Aug. 2-3
Music, art, crafts, car show and food at Old School Community Center and City Park, 100 East 45 South. Outdoor festival seating, bring chair or blanket. No glass, no dogs.
Music performances begin. To see the full list of performers and times, visit www.springcitybluegrass.org.
Music performances continue.
10 a.m.-3 p.m., Motor show. For Motor Show information call Jhan Miller (801) 891-0754.
Juab County Fair
Demolition derby, concerts, exhibits, vendors and fun at the Juab County Fairgrounds, 400 West Center, Nephi.
7:30 p.m., Lonestar, live in concert Aug. 8, in the arena.
6:40 p.m., Juab Demolition Derby takes place Aug. 10, in the arena.
For information or tickets, visit www.juabcountyfair.com.
Optic Cup Golf tournament at Skyline Mountain Resort, 2.5 miles east and south of Fairview on the Mountainville Highway which begins on 300 South, Fairview. Register 7:30 a.m., tee-off 8 a.m. To golf call pro shop at (435) 427-9575.
Manti ATV Ride
Bring family and friends and ride the Arapeen OHV Trail System, one of the most scenic mountain trails in Utah. Register in advance at Manti City office at (435) 835-2401 or visit http://www.mantiatvrun.com. Ride begins at Manti City Park, 200 North 400 West.
Sanpete County Fair
Plan now to attend the 2019 “Bigger, Better, Bluer” Sanpete County Fair complete with a full week of fun and activities. This year’s schedule can be viewed online at http://www.sanpetecountyfair.net. Watch for the carnival, rodeo, demolition derby, cowboy poetry, ATV barrel race, junior livestock show, tractor show, mammoth parade, team sorting, fun on the farm, fireman’s challenge, horse pulls, junior rodeo, car show, and much more.
Fairview Golf Tournament Aug. 24
8 a.m., El Mexicano Senior Men’s Scramble. Shotgun start, all participants must be at least 50 years of age. Two person scramble UGA handicap required. At Skyline Mountain Resort, 2.5 miles east and south of Fairview on the Mountainville Highway which begins on 300 South, Fairview. To golf call pro shop at (435) 427-9575.
Spring City Plein Air Painting Competition Aug. 24-31 Aug. 24
7-10 a.m. and 4-6 p.m., Artist registration online at www.springcityarts.com or at Spring City Arts Gallery, 79 South Main. Painting competition begins and continues all day.
Dawn-dusk, painting competition.
7-10 a.m., Artist registration.
Dawn-2 p.m., Painting continues.
2 p.m., Competition ends, completed paintings turned in and judged.
7-9 p.m., Plein Air Art Show Preview and reception for participating artists and visitors, competition winners announced, paintings available for purchase at Spring City Arts Gallery, 79 South Main.
Dawn-10 a.m., Quick Paint event along Main Street (photos allowed).
9 a.m.-3 p.m., Studio Tour tickets available at Spring City Arts Gallery, 79 South Main. Ticket purchase includes a map for artist studios.
10 a.m.-4 p.m., Plein Air art exhibit, sale at the gallery.
10 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Quick Paint art display on lawn north of the gallery.
10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Artist Studio tours, begin at Spring City Arts Gallery.
10 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Auction of quick-paint artwork.
Fairview Golf tournament Sept. 14
Fairview Parks and Recreation Golf tournament at Skyline Mountain Resort, 2.5 miles east and south of Fairview on the Mountainville Highway which begins on 300 South, Fairview. Register 8:30 a.m., tee-off 9 a.m. To golf call pro shop at (435) 427-9575.
Mt. Pleasant Fall Skyline Eventing Sept. 13-15
The fall USEA recognized equestrian competition event, which includes dressage, cross county, show jumping and awards. Spectators welcome.
8 a.m.-5 p.m., Dressage competition at Cleone Peterson Eccles Equestrian Center and ConToy Arena, 1000 South 955 West, Mt. Pleasant; free admission.
10 a.m.-4 p.m., Cross Country competition at Cleone Peterson Eccles Equestrian Center and ConToy Arena, 1000 South 955 West, Mt. Pleasant; free admission.
8 a.m.-3 p.m., Showjumping competition and awards at Cleone Peterson Eccles Equestrian Center and ConToy Arena, 1000 South 955 West, Mt. Pleasant; free admission.
Ephraim Bowling tournament Oct. 12
10 a.m., Drive4Food bowling tournament at Sno Cap Lanes, 605 South Main, Register at 9:30 a.m., at Sno Cap Lanes. For more information, visit http://www.sanpetepantry.com/bowling.
Mt. Pleasant Halloween Costume Fun Run Oct. 26
Sanpete Pantry 5K Fun Run at Mt. Pleasant City Park pavilion, 1000 South State. Check-in at 9 a.m., then costume race begins. Well-behaved dogs are allowed to participate. Register in advance on-line at http://www.sanpetepantry.com/drive4food.
Aquatic Center Halloween Carnival Oct. 26
2 p.m.-6 p.m., Activities will include a ghoul carnival, trunk-or-treat, ghoul crew royalty, all-day swim party, food, music, pumpkin carving, costume and car décor contests at Mt. Pleasant Aquatic Center, 74 East Main. For information, visit www.mtpleasantcity.com or call (435) 462-1333.
Christmas Light Parade Nov. 29
Dusk, lighted parade entries and celebration on State Street.
Mt. Pleasant Christmas Lights Celebration Nov. 30
4 p.m., Annual Christmas lighting celebration with, fun games, hot chocolate, cookies, Santa Claus, hay rides, entertainment and fireworks on Main Street, downtown Mt. Pleasant City.
Ephraim Nativity Festival Dec. 6-9
The Seventh Annual Nativity Festival will be held Friday-Monday, Dec. 6-9, in the upstairs ballroom, Ephraim Co-Op, 96 North Main Street. Hours are 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Dec. 6-7; then 4-8 p.m., Dec. 8-9. The festival features a collection of traditional and non-tradition Nativities from all around the world. For more information, contact Phyllis Thompson (435) 851-4937 or Dale Rae (435) 340-1559.
Ephraim Santa Lucia Celebration Dec. 14
Third Annual Scandinavian celebration of Saint Lucia at 6 p.m., in the Ephraim Co-Op Ballroom, 96 North Main, with special music, program and authentic Scandinavian Smorgasbord Dinner. Tickets available at the co-op or call (435) 283-6654 between 10 a.m.-6 p.m. For more information visit www.facebook.com/ephraimcoop.