Let the summer begin! July in Utah is full of family fun, 5K runs, kid activities, rodeos, parades, firework displays, and more! This month the United States of American is celebrating Independence Day, also known as the 4th of July. On top of that, Utah celebrates the 24th of July also known as Pioneer Day.
Many of the Box Elder County cities and towns will be celebrating throughout July, where you will be able to take in all the fun. I have gathered up the information I have been able to find on the celebrations taking place this July 2017.
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Stay Tuned for Bear River City's 24th of July Celebration
Brigham City will be celebrating the Fourth of July On Tuesday, July 4th at Rees Pioneer Park located at 800 West Forest Street, Brigham City. Here is the schedule for that day.
7:30 am to 10:30 am - Breakfast All proceeds will benefit the Brigham City Senior Center. They will be serving pancakes with fruit topping, sausage, hashbrowns, and includes your choice of coffee, orange juice, or milk. The prices for breakfast are: Adults: $7 12 years and younger $3.50 Seniors (60+) $5
8:45 am to 10:00 am - Interfaith Patriotic Program Flag Ceremony and Reader's Theater
10:00 am - Teens T-Ball Pre-register team at the Recreation Office, $5.00 per player which includes T-Shirt. Click here to register.
10:00 am to 8:00 pm - Swimming Pool Open Special rates apply at $3.00 per person.
11:00 am - Horseshoes Register at the pit.
8:00 pm to 9:30 pm - The Kap Brothers Band Concert Be sure to bring blankets and chairs and enjoy.
DARK- Fireworks! Presented by Fireworks West.
Corinne's 4th of July Celebration will be held on Tuesday, July 4th at the Corinne City Park from 6:00 am to 2:00 pm.
6:30 am - Flag Ceremony at City Hall 7:00 am - 9:00 am - Breakfast at the Park ($5 per person or $20 per family) 9:45 am - Line up for the parade on East side of school 10:00 am - Parade 10:30 am - Pie and Ice Cream at the park 10:30 am - Bingo at the Park 11:00 am - Inflatable toys and games at the Park 11:00 am - Lunch served by the Corinne City Fire Dept at the Park
Deweyville will be celebrating Independence Day on Tuesday, July 4th beginning at 7:00 am at the Deweyville Park.
7:00 am to 9:00 am - The Mayor's Breakfast 10:00 am - Parade 11:00 am - Annual Candy Drop Over The Park
There will be t-shirts and other memorabilia available for sale.
Due to this year's flooding, Elwood's 4th of July Celebration has been canceled for the 2017 year.
Garland celebrates Wheat & Beet Days the first weekend of August. To check out the details or see the upcoming schedule visit Garland City's website.
Honeyville will be celebrating 4th of July on July 1st, 3rd, and 4th at Honeyville Park.
Saturday, July 1st
10:00 am - Youth Rodeo There will be lots of food.
Monday, July 3rd
7:45 pm - Dinner Dusk- Movie in the Park
**Also on this day at Mark Bingham's Gravel Pit (8590 N Hwy 38 will be a Trap Shoot at 6:00 pm.**
Tuesday, July 4th
7:00 am to 9:00 am - Breakfast 10:00 am - Parade 11:00 am to 2:00 pm- Live trout pond, games and races for the kids, face painting, pie eating contest, air-filled toys, music, exhibits, 5k race, food, and drinks.
Mantua will be celebrating Little Valley Days July 13-15, 2017
Stay tuned for more information.
To find out more about Little Valley Days click here.
Perry City has a week long celebration for the 4th of July which began June 27th and goes through July 4th
Tuesday, June 27th 6:30 pm - Award Honorees Dinner
June 28th, 29th, 30th, and July 1st 6:00 pm - Softball Games Begins at Perry Park | Hamburger Stand and Concessions Available
Saturday, July 1st 6:00 pm - Buckaroo Rodeo Mutton Busing, Stick Horse Barrel Race, & Candy Scramble 6:00 pm - Food Truck Rally at Dale Young Nature Park 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm - Lip Sync Competition 9:45 pm - Mayor's Movie Night (SING) at Dale Young Nature Park (Popcorn will be provided by Perry City)
Monday, July 3rd 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm - Decorating of Bikes, Scooters, etc for Parade at Perry Park Bowery 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm - Independence Walk (Independence Circle, east of Heritage Theatre, 2500 South) 5:00 pm - Pickleball Tournament 6:00 pm - Hamburger Stand & Concessions Available at Perry Park 6:00 pm - Baby Contest 6:30 pm - Miss Liberty/Uncle Sam Contest 7:00 pm - Perry's Got Talent 10 pm - Fireworks at Perry Park
Tuesday, July 4th 6:30 am - 5K/1Mile Run Registration Begins 7:00 am - Flag Ceremony at Perry Park 7:00 am to 10:00 am - First Responders Breakfast at the Park 7:15 am - 5K Run Begins 8:00 am - 1 Mile Run Begins 8:00 am to 11:00 am - Softball Tournament Games Continue 10:00 am - Car Show at Dale Young Nature Park 11:00 am - Parade Begins 12:00 pm - National Anthem and City Awards at the Perry Baseball Diamond 12:15 pm - Kids Ganes, Bingo, Booths, & Concessions Open 12:15 pm to 4:00 pm - Softball Tournament Games Finish 2:00 pm - Fire Fighter's Water Spray
To find out more about any of these events you can contact 435-723-6461 or click here to view the flyer.
Plymouth has an annual 4th of July Rodeo and Celebration.
Saturday, July 1st Baby Contest at Plymouth Bowery Registration at 5 pm and Judging starts at 6 pm.
Tuesday, July 4th 6:00 am to 9:00 am - Fireman's Breakfast 6:00 am - Sign-ups for 5K Run/Walk 6:30 am - 5K Run/Walk begins 10:00 am - Plymouth Parade 10:30 am - Fun Days at the Park 7:30 pm - Mini Bulls 8:00 pm - Rodeo Dance following the Rodeo
Wednesday, July 5th 7:30 pm - Mini Bulls 8:00 pm - Rodeo
Friday, July 14, 2017- Suicide Prevention Walk
The 2017 Suicide Awareness Walk will be hosted by the Northern Box Elder County Suicide Prevention Coalition. Whether you are recovering from a hard time yourself, or are supporting a loved one or the cause itself, come join in on the walk.
The event will be held at Jeanie Stevens Park located at 614 North 1000 West, Tremonton. 7:30 pm - Chalk Art, Beads, Pre-registration 7:45 pm - Pre-Walk Program 8:00 pm - Walk Begins
5:00 pm - Pickleball Tournament at Box Elder County Fairgrounds
Thursday, July 20
6:00 pm - All-Star Baseball Games 7:00 pm - BRHS Alumni Softball Game (Both at Jeannie Stevens Park)
Friday, July 21 (all at Shuman Park unless noted)
4:00 PM - Petting Zoo & Pony Rides, Booths Open, Little Miss BRV Pageant 6:00 PM - Men's Softball Tournament (**At Jeanie Stevens Park) 6:00 PM- Fiesta Community Dinner and Mariachi Band 6:45 pm - Candy Cannon 9:30 pm - Movie in the Park - The Book of Life
Saturday, July 22
7:00 am - Battle of the BBQ Check In - Shuman Park 7:30 am - 5K FUN RUN - North Park 8:00 am - Breakfast in the Park - North Park 8:00 am - Men's Softball Tournament & Sand Volleyball Tournament at Jeanie Stevens Park 9:00 am - Petting Zoo and Pony Rides, Booths Open, Baby Contest at Shuman Park 10:00 am - Bear River Vally Museum Birthday Party - BRV Museum 10:00 am - Bounce House Opens - Shuman Park 1:00 pm - Bingo and Family Contests- Shuman Park 2:00 pm - Home Run Derby - Jeanie Stevens Park 4:00 pm - Magin Man - Shuman Park 5:00 pm - Battle of the BBQ Judging- Shuman Park 8:00 pm - Concert in the Park - Jeannie Stevens Park 10:00 pm - FIREWORKS! - Jeannie Stevens Park
To find out more information about the Tremonton City Days and download applications for the contest and booths visit Tremonton City web page.
Willard will be having their 4th of July Celebration July 1st, 3rd, and 4th
Saturday, July 1
7:00 pm - Willard's Patriotic Program (Willard Church 80 N 100 W)
Monday, July 3
5:00 pm to 8:00 pm - Firemen's Dinner: Pulled pork, potatoes, salad, drink, dessert. Prices are: Adults $8 and Children 12 and under $5.50. 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm - Firemen's Auction - City Hall 8:00 pm to midnight- Firemen's Dance (Admission Free) - Live Band - Bowery 11:00 pm - FIREWORKS
Tuesday, July 4
6:00 am - Cannon Salute 7:00 am to 9:00 am - Breakfast - City Hall. Prices are Adults $6.00; Seniors and Children 5-12 $5.00 7:30 am - 5K/1 Mile Run/Walk - West Side of Willard City Hall 8:00 am - Flag Ceremony - City Flag Pole 9:00 am - Parade - Theme: ‘Let Freedom Ring!’ 10:00 am – Foot Races and Candy Shoot - Central Park 10:30 am - Games and Vendors open - Central Park (Tickets are .50 cents - Unlimited play wristbands are $5.00 for ages 8 & up, $3.00 for ages 3-8) 11:00 am - Bingo - Central Park Bowery 12:00 pm - Love that Baby Contest- City Hall 1:00 pm - Muzzleloader/Archery Shoot - ($10 - Contact Wynn "Bears Butt' Zundel at 435-723-6462)
Willow East Park
5:00 pm - Food Concessions 5:00 pm - Grand Slam Home Run Derby 6:00 pm - Youth Baseball games 8:00 pm to Dark - Music and More 9:00 pm - Recognition Awards Presentation and Skydivers 9:30 pm - National Anthem and Closing Flag Ceremony 10:00 pm - FIREWORKS!
You can print out the schedule of events for Willard's 4th of July here.
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