Calendar

Sept. 14-15: Sixth annual Fairytale Festival, CenterPoint Legacy Theatre,  525 N. 400 West, Centerville. Sept. 14, 4 to 7 p.m. and Sept. 15, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Other ticketed events will also be held. Call 801-298-1302 for reservations and information.

Sept. 15: Block Party (emergency preparedness) area 45 Block 6. 5 to 7 p.m. at Kimball and Shirley Jacobs’ backyard, 1875 S. Orchard Drive, Bountiful. Bring a potluck item, plates and utensils. Cold water will be provided. Enter through south gate. 801-599-2664.

Sept. 18: Rendezvous with a Mountain Man – Join mountain man and professional storyteller, Karl Behling, and experience life in the wilderness.  Hear tales of adventure and survival during an evening of furs, leathers, and black powder.

7 p.m. at the Headquarters Library, 133 S. Main St., Farmington, 801-451-3030.

All ages welcome.

Accommodations for those with special needs may be made by contacting the branch manager prior to the program.

Sept. 20-22: Freedom’s Light Festival, a celebration of the Constitution, Bountiful City Park, 400 N. 200 West. Come meet the original freedom fighters and American heroes, fun interactive games and activities, tasty treats and amazing arts. Visit freedomslight.us. for more information.

Sept. 21-22: Bountiful Soroptimist Charity Junque Sale is back! At 890 North Main St., Bountiful, (parking on 900 North.) Fri., Sept. 21, 8 a.m.-4 p.m., and Sat., Sept. 22, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. No early birds please!  Furniture, toys, games, luggage, child and baby equipment, jewelry, holiday decorations, kitchen items, decorative accents, linens, and much more for sale at bargain prices. Proceeds go to local charities.

For questions about donating to the sale, please call Vicki 801-828-5321 or Merrilee 801-597-0737.

Sept. 22: Celebrating Women Conference, Weber State University Davis Campus, 2750 University Park Blvd., Layton. Keynote speaker will be Meg Johnson. Visit celebratingwomen.usu.edu for more information. $15 per person through Sept. 19; $25 after Sept. 10. Register online at celebratingwomen2018.eventbrite.com or call 801-399-8207.

Sept. 29: Davis High Class of 1958  60th reunion, 1 to 3:30 p.m., Davis High School Commons area, main entrance. Light refreshments and time to visit. Spouses, friends and family welcome. Feel free to spread the word. Comments or questions davis_high_class_58@msn.com

Wednesday: North Salt Lake Farmers Market and Artisan Fair, Legacy Park on 11th North, Wednesdays, 4 to 8 p.m. Runs through September.

Oct. 1: Station Park will host Family First Mondays from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in Fountain Square for free family fun. This month’s theme  is “Jungle Book Bash.”

• Your county commissioners and state legislators spend a lot of your tax dollars. Join us to Meet the Candidates for County Commission Seat A, Tamara Long (I) and Bob Stevenson (R);  Utah House of Representatives District 17, Stewart Barlow (R) and Dawn Nunn (D); District 16, Steve Handy (R), Cheryl Nunn (D), and Brent Zimmerman (L) District 15, Rich Miller (D) and Brad Wilson (R) on Monday Oct. 1, 7 to 8:30 p.m. at DATC Rotunda, 550 E. 300 South, Kaysville. This meeting is sponsored by League of Women Voters of Davis County and is free and open to the public.

Oct. 8: County and State elected officials make the decisions that affect our daily lives. Join us to Meet the Candidates for County Commission Seat A, Tamara Long (I) and Bob Stevenson (R); Utah House of Representatives District 20, Melissa Ballard (R) and Ryan Jones (D); District 19, Ray Ward (R). Joe Speciale (L), and Courtney Jones (D), District 12, Mike Schultz (R) and Rick Jones (D), District 18, Adam Alba (D) and Tim Hawkes (R)  on Monday, Oct. 8,  7 to 8:30 p.m. at Bountiful City Hall, 790 S. 100 East, Bountiful . This meeting is sponsored by League of Women Voters of Davis County and is free and open to the public.

Oct. 9: 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, whitaker@centervilleut.com, 801-335-8843.

Ongoing: The Center of Hope Food Pantry, 74 So. Orchard Drive, North Salt Lake  provides supplemental food and household items to the public. The Center of Hope is a non-profit organization coordinated by the Ladies of Charity.  Specifically, we serve the families of North Salt Lake, Woods Cross, Foxboro, and West Bountiful. However, we never deny services to anyone in need from any ZIP code.  The Center of Hope is open the second Saturday and last Saturday of every month from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Sept. 14: West Bountiful City Arts Council free concert.  Harmony Road barbershop quartet will perform at 7 p.m. West Bountiful City Hall.

• Organ Fest XI, five organists from the Salt Lake Tabernacle and the organist at the Cathedral of the Madeleine present the Classical 89 Organ Fest including Andrew Unsworth, Bonnie Goodliffe, Linda Margetts, Richard Elliott, Brian Mathias, and others, 7:30 p.m., Tabernacle on Temple Square.

Sept. 15: Temple Square Concert Series, 7:30 p.m., Assembly Hall on Temple Square. Easy listening and classical music with Elliott Cheney, cello; Lawrence Gee, piano; and Susan Goodfellow, flute. Concert is free and open to ages 8 and older.

Sept. 22: Autumn Equinox Benefit Concert. The National Parks band is performing at Antelope Island State Park. Enjoy your State Park while listening to the popular National Parks band. Bring your chairs and friends for a beautiful evening celebrating our public lands. Tickets may be purchased online or onsite the night of the event. However, tickets purchased online ahead of time include free access to the park. Park day use fee applies to all onsite ticket purchases. This fundraiser concert is sponsored by Friends of Antelope Island. friendsofantelopeisland.com

Sept. 28-Oct. 27: Ragtime will be performed at Centerpoint Theatre, 525 N. 400 West, Centerville, 801-298-1302. For tickets and more information, visit centerpointtheatre.org. Set in the turn-of-the-century New York City, Ragtime weaves a musical tapestry of an African American musician, an immigrant Jewish father, and a wealthy suburban family and tells how their lives are knit together by hope for the future and the intricacies of love, during a time when dreams seem as close to reality as the nose on the end of your face.  With alluring music and compelling characters, audiences will be swept up in the story of the hopes and fears that live within all of us.

Oct. 5-27: Hope Box Theatre in Kaysville will present The Scarlet Pimpernel.  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 hopeboxtheatre.com.

Sept. 15: WSU’s College of Engineering, Applied Science & Technology hosts a design charrette open house, students from three majors who worked together to solve a design issue in 48 hours will present their work, 6 p.m., WSU Davis Building 3 Ballroom (2730 N. University Park Blvd., Layton), weber.edu/interiordesign/forty_eight_interdisciplinary.html, 801-690-0809.

Sept. 18:  NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) to hold 8 session course for individuals living with mental health challenges.  NAMI Peer-to-Peer provides an educational setting focused on recovery that offers respect, understanding, encouragement and hope. 

NAMI Peer-to-Peer educations is:  • FREE and Confidential  • Held (once) a week for two hours • Taught by trained Peer Mentors living in recovery themselves • A great resource for information on mental health and recovery. Class covers: medications, mental disorders, healthy living, mindfulness, crisis planning and much more.  Classes will begin Sept. 18, 2018 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Intermountain Health Clinic  390 North Main, Bountiful. 

Registration necessary

Call Ron Bailey 801-814-7444 or ronandbren@gmail.com if interested.