As the largest season of the Farmers Market Ogden Series, the Summer market strives to provide an opportunity for new and growing businesses to expand their customer base and brand, promote locally grown produce, highlight existing businesses on Historic 25th Street, and create an inclusive culture for patrons and community members.
Event Date: 06/20/2020 – 09/12/2020
Saturdays, 9AM - 2PM
On Historic 25th Street & Union Station
The Thunderbirds have the privilege and responsibility to perform for people all around the world, displaying the pride, precision and professionalism of American Airmen. In every hour-long demonstration, the team combines years of training and experience with an attitude of excellence to showcase what the U.S. Air Force is all about.
Only Ogden Pioneer Days can deliver the type of blood-pumping, hand-slapping, adrenaline-soaked good times that can appeal to both the iPod and Johnny Cash generations. Even with pyrotechnics and a rock-and-roll soundtrack, Ogden Pioneer Days, Utah's biggest and best statehood celebration, takes us back to where we came from — to the roots of our free country, to the untamed wilds, to the hearty stock of men and women who trekked westward into the golden horizon of the wild west. Each year, we host events ranging from concerts and firework shows to art strolls and parades. Of course, you can't miss the Ogden Pioneer Days rodeo, ranked as one of the top five large outdoor rodeos in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. The rodeo traditionally sells out on high-demand nights — so make sure you get your tickets in advance. Don't delay — get your tickets today to one (or two or three) nights of the Ogden Pioneer Days rodeo.
How to get tickets? It's easy! Go online or go to Pioneer Days headquarters, 1810 Washington Blvd.
Dinner-time etiquette discourages the juices of a peach water falling down your forearm. Ignore proper table manners during Brigham City's Peach Days and let the juices collectively plummet to the Earth. Sink your teeth into these locally harvested peaches, enjoy live entertainment including a car and motorcycle show, witness two parades barreling around the town and survey the offerings of more than 200 vendors.
Among the many assets of Brigham City is the history and heritage that exists. Started in 1904 as a day-off from the harvest and time to celebrate “an abundance of the best peaches in Utah”. Peach Days is an honored tradition that brings approximately 35,000 spectators a fun-filled weekend that the Top of Utah and Southern Idaho residents look forward to every year. The event takes place in September, the weekend following Labor Day
Dates:=18pxFriday Sep 6, 2019 =18pxSaturday Sep 7, 2019Saturday September 7, 2019 from 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. for vendors.
Parade begins at 10 a.m.
Car Show from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Location=18pxBrigham City Utah, Downtown from 100 South to 100 North on Main Street and on Forest Street from Main Street to 300 West.Fees/Administration=18pxFree
Saturday after Thanksgiving - January 1 | Ogden Municipal GardensChristmas Village illuminates Ogden's downtown area with magnificent displays and holiday lights every year from the Saturday after Thanksgiving through January 1. Spectators find themselves in a dazzling winter wonderland set aglow with Christmas lights and a unique setting of cottages modeled after Santa's village at the North Pole.
Electric Light Parade and Opening CeremonyOgden's holiday season begins the Saturday after Thanksgiving with the Electric Light Parade that fills Washington Blvd from 22nd Street to 26th Street. The parade is full of elaborate floats, sensational themes, and fantastic performers. Santa always plans his arrival in Ogden for this day. He comes in on the last float of the parade and when he reaches Municipal Gardens, he flips the magic switch to turn on the lights and illuminate all of Christmas Village. Parade floats are on display along 25th Street through the night, live entertainment is featured in the amphitheater, and the opening ceremony wraps up with a spectacular fireworks show. It's the official kickoff to a month-long celebration of all the magic Christmas brings. For more information about participating in the parade, please call 801-629-8547.
Santa's CastleSanta greets children in his castle Monday through Friday from 6pm to 9pm and on Saturday from 5pm to 9pm. All children are invited to visit with Santa and share their wish lists and Christmas letters. Photos with Santa are available for $5 and proceeds benefit Christmas Village.
Train RidesCome take a ride on The Polar Express Train. Travel through a tunnel featuring artwork done in glow-in-the-dark paint. The train rides are available Monday through Friday from 6pm to 9pm and on Saturday from 5pm to 9pm. The train is located on the east side of the park, near the Fallen Firefighters Memorial. Take a Jupiter Train ride around Christmas Village. The Train runs Friday, Saturday, and Monday nights from 6 to 9pm. Pick-up and drop-off are located on 25th Street north of the Ogden Amphitheater entrance.
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