May 24:  Primary election ballots will be mailed out the first week in June. Meet the Candidates for County Commissioner Thursday, May 24 at Bountiful City Hall, 790 S. 100 East. Meet and Greet candidates individually 6:30-7 p.m. Questions and Answers on stage begin at 7. Candidates for Seat A are: Tamara Long (I), Brian Muir (R), and Bob Stevenson (R).

Candidates for Seat B are: Thomas Tony Christopulos (R), Lorene Miner Kamalu (R), and Bruce Young (R). All candidates will be asked the same questions pertaining to the office of County Commissioner and given the same length of time to answer. This meeting is sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Davis County. Our mission is to provide non-partisan voter information for Davis County residents.

May 25-28: Antelope Island’s Cowboy Legends Cowboy Poetry and Music Gathering at the historic Fielding Garr Ranch on Antelope Island State Park. Antelope Island’s Cowboy Legends is a four day event with the best western musicians and cowboy poets in the State of Utah. Take a historic wagon ride with the Utah Western Heritage Foundation. There will be booths filled with saddle makers, hat makers, spurs, chaps and other cowboy collectibles; two dinner shows (Friday and Saturday evenings), Cowboy Church on Sunday morning and a campfire sing along Sunday evening. There are games and educational activities for the kids. Great western food breakfast, lunch and dinner will be available. For more information email or go to

May 28: Memorial Day Program, 10 a.m. to noon, Kaysville City Cemetery, 500 Crestwood Rd. Speaker will be Christopher Douglas Stewart who is an American author, businessman, and politician. He currently represents Utah’s 2nd congressional district in the United States House of Representatives. Stewart graduated from Utah State University in 1984 before joining the United States Air Force. During his time in the Air Force, Stewart set three world speed records including the fastest nonstop flight around the world. After his service, Stewart began writing books and became the President and CEO of the Shipley Group.  Bagpipers will be marching the color guard into the program along with the Military Honor Guard. There will be special recognition for veterans who will be attending the program. Free to the public.

May 31: Meet the candidates for Utah House of Representatives at Bountiful City Hall, 790  S. 100 East. Meet and Greet candidates individually 6:30-7 p.m. Questions and Answers on stage begin at 7. Candidates for District 19 are: Courtney Jones (D), Joe Speciale (L), Ray Ward (R), and Phill Wright (R). Candidates for District 20 are: Melissa Garff Ballard (R), Glen Jenkins (R), Matt Jensen (R), and Ryan Jones (D). All candidates will be asked the same questions about issues Davis County residents might want addressed by the 2019 legislature and given the same length of time to answer. This meeting is sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Davis County.

June 2: First Annual Walkathon for Educating Kids in Ghana at 1800 N. 1000 West at Clinton Elementary.  Pre-registration starts at 7 a.m.  There will be T-shirts, tank tops, and caps for sale.  There will also be applications and information if you are interested in sponsoring one of these little angels in Ghana!  We are a registered nonprofit  in the U.S. and Ghana. Money raised will support the children in Ghana with their school fees.  For early registration call 801-603-6490.  Free wrist band with registration.

June 4: “Incredible Heroes,” Station Park hosts Family First Mondays on the first Monday of every month from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in Fountain Square for free family fun. Games, activities and entertainment.

• Free screening of the film Paper Tigers, 6 p.m., Davis County Library, 133 S. Main, Farmington. Hosted in partnership with Davis County, Davis HELPS, Davis County Health Department and NAMI Utah. Let’s talk about #EmotionalSafety. Free to all. Stay for a panel discussion and Q&A with trauma-resilency experts and community stakeholders immediately following the film. The film is 102 minutes long. The film is not rated but contains some profanity.

June 12: The Whitaker Centerville Heritage Museum “Keeping Centerville’s Story Alive” 7 p.m., 168 N. Main. Historic story telling focuses on Centerville’s historic people and events.  Presentation every second Tuesday through October,, 801-335-8843.

June 18-22: The 31st Dick Hunsaker Shooting Camp will be held at Roy Junior High School, 5400 S. 2100 West, Roy. For information call 801-479-0742.

June 25-29: Patriot Camp, Bountiful City Park, 400 N. 200 West, Bountiful, 9 to 11:30 a.m. Register online at Patriot Camp is a way to teach kids about the founding of our country in a day camp setting. Kids will have fun while they learn and develop an interest in our history, as well as an understanding of what makes The United States of America unique. The curriculum is for all ages, although the activities and crafts are geared toward elementary-aged students. We are accepting 1st-6th grade level children. Middle and high school students make terrific teen leaders so please encourage them to volunteer. TEEN LEADERS – Commit to spending the week at Patriot Camp with one group of campers. Be their hero! Child registration: $45. (There is a 45% discount for volunteers.) This includes: Patriot Camp T-Shirt, Craft supplies, Daily snacks.

June 3: Jeff Clark, who local audiences know from his Bread tribute performance in 2017, is coming back to Kenley Amphitheater for a free concert starting at 7 p.m. He will be accompanied by pianist Marc Tharp. The amphitheater is located at 403 N. Wasatch Drive in Layton.

June 8: Bountiful Davis Art Center Fundraiser Concert. Performances by Cherie Call, Cori Connors and special Guest Jon Schmidt,  7 p.m.  tickets $100 Early Bird VIP Seating!: The first 25 tickets sold will guarantee seats in the front two rows.

Seating is limited to 150. Each ticket to the Fundraiser Concert includes hors d’oeuvres and an open “mocktail” soda bar.

Bountiful Davis Art Center’s mission is to engage the community through quality artistic and cultural programs, provide educational experiences, and encourage the growth and expression of art.

June 9: Piano sensations the 5 Browns will be coming to Kenley Amphitheater. The siblings, all of whom went to Juilliard, travel the country bringing their own spin to classical music with their complex five piano arrangements. For tickets and more information, visit

June 22: See the best talent Davis County has to offer with Bountiful’s Got Talent, starting at 7 p.m. at Bountiful City Park (400 N. 200 West). Prizes will be awarded that night.

June 15-July 14: A classic romantic comedy hits the CenterPoint stage in, Crazy for You!  Bobby Child, a banker who is sent to Deadrock, Nevada, to foreclose on a rundown theatre, falls madly in love with Polly Baker, the theater owner’s daughter. But, as fate would have it, she can’t stand him.  Not one to give up so easily, Bobby sets out, through cunning, razzmatazz, and a hilarious case of mistaken identity – to win Polly’s heart and save the theatre. Filled from top to bottom with show-stopping Gershwin songs such as: “I Got Rhythm,” “Embraceable You,” and “Someone to Watch Over Me,” Crazy for You is a delightful night at the theater sure to leave you skipping down the street for days to come. Centerpoint Theatre, 525 N. 400 West, Centerville, 801-298-1302. For tickets and more information, visit

Aug. 1-25: Hope Box Theatre in Kaysville will send audience members flying with their version of “Peter Pan.” A portion of proceeds from the show will go toward someone in Utah who is battling cancer. Hope Box Theatre is located at 1700 Frontage Road. For tickets and more information, visit

Every Thursday night at 5 p.m., meetings held at Episcopal Church of the Resurrection back meeting room, 1131 South Main Street, Centerville. Join us for a supportive group to help each other learn healthy habits!