Looking for fireworks to watch near you? Check out this list of local shows happening this Independence Day.
A five-day theater performance at North Ogden’s somewhat controversial Barker Park Amphitheater is set to begin later this week.
The Ogden Union Station Museum hosts “Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate,” an exhibit out of Montana in which artists have used more than 4,000 white supremacy books to create works of art. The free exhibit opened June 15, and will be in Ogden until Sept. 3.
If you find yourself without a designated driver, there are still several ways to get home safely. And many of them are free.
For the second consecutive year, Hill Air Force base will fly some of its F-35 Lightning IIs at Fourth of July celebrations in 14 cities, including Centerville, Clearfield, Farr West, Huntsville, Kaysville, Liberty, Morgan, Murray, North Ogden, Park City, Riverdale, Vernal, West Point and West...
The Barker Park facility gets its first test with a July 4 concert and fireworks show, part of Cherry Days activities, and some neighbors — worried about noise and disruption — will be watching closely.
Take a look at our calendar of Independence Day 2018 events in Northern Utah, including fireworks, parades and festivals in Ogden, Layton, Clearfield, Weber County, Davis County and beyond.
Traditional summer city celebrations this weekend, along with lots of live music, festivals, food, classes and more.
If you have yet to experience the Centennial Trail, Weber Pathways’ 2018 TrailFest is your perfect opportunity to do so.
If you’re the type of runner who needs extra motivation to finish a 5K — like, say, a dinosaur nipping at your heels — Saturday’s Jurassic Run might be for you.