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April 24-26

• Davis High School Moonlight Serenade, 7 to 11 p.m., Davis High School Commons Area.

April 25

• Heritage Place and Utah Senior Planning host a free lunch at Robintino’s for senior planning (please rsvp, limited space) 801-298-3241.

• NAMI Utah will hold a Spring Fundraising event at Evergreen Framing, Inc., and Gallery Co., 3295 S. 2000 East, Salt Lake City from 6-8 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Work from prominent local artists will be on display and available for purchase. The event will feature food and beverages from Tin Angel Café as well as many opportunities to donate to NAMI Utah to help provide free support, education and advocacy to Utahns who live with mental illness, and

April 25-27

• The Ultimate Outdoor Expo, Wasatch County Event Center, 415 Southfield Road, Heber City. Friday, noon-9 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

April 25, 29

• Kaysville and Fruit Heights Idol auditions, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Idol auditions will be held at the Kaysville Recreation Center, 85 N. 100 East. To sign up for an audition time, visit and click on the Idol link or call 801-544-1788. $5 entry fee.

April 26

• Friends of Davis County Children’s Justice Center fifth annual yard sale, bike sale, bake sale, across from the street from the Kaysville Fire Station, 195 South Main Street. 7 a.m.- noon. Get your picture taken with Miss Utah.

• The Viewmont student leaders and advisors as well as any interested alumni or parents will continue the preparation for the shotcrete at 3 p.m.

• The ninth annual Nihon Matsuri Japan Festival will share Japanese culture and traditions with Utah communities through unique activities and entertainment for all ages, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. The festival, located at Japantown Street, 100 South between 200 and 300 West, in Salt Lake City, is open to the public and admission is free. For additional information please see

April 28

• The Weber Historical Society presents “Taking Stock of World War I, 1914–2014,” with Tammy Proctor, USU history department head, 7 p.m., Lindquist Alumni Center, 801-395-3553 or

May 3

• Safe Kids Davis County is helping families get ready for summer by highlighting health and safety during the 14th Annual Safe Kids Day, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., at the Davis County Legacy Events Center at the county fairgrounds, 151 South 110 West, Farmington. Families can check out police, fire, and other emergency vehicles. The event will feature K9 dog demonstrations, child ID kits, Jazz dancers, inflatable slides, photo booth, coloring contest, obstacle course, hula hoop contest, and Intermountain Healthcare’s Teddy Bear Clinic and LiVe Well Just Jumpin’ Team. There will be 300 children’s bike helmets given away (one helmet per child – first come, first serve). Also, participants can enter the prize drawing at the information booth. Children who bring their bike and helmet to the event can participate in the Intermountain LiVe Well Bike Rodeo – where they can learn important safety skills. For more information call (801) 525-5177.

May 5

• Family First Monday Event, sponsored by Macaroni Kid, a non-profit dedicated to delivering the latest on all the family-friendly events and activities in Davis County. Flowers of Fun is the theme for the event, 5:30 -7:30 p.m., Farmington Station Park, 320 N. Station Parkway, Farmington. 801-923-9111.

May 10

• The Lupus Foundation of America, Utah Chapter, Inc. 2014 Annual Walk To End Lupus Now, Liberty Park, 600 E. 1000 South, Salt Lake City. Registration for the walk is open online at or by calling 1-800-657-6398.

• The Wasatch Community Gardens annual Plant Sale will take place from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Rowland Hall School parking lot, 720 S. Guardsman Way (1580 E.), Salt Lake City.

May 13

• Storytelling at the Thomas Whitaker Museum, 168 N. Main, Centerville, 7 p.m. Maryilyn Jensen, Park City,  will talk about the High Adventures of Thomas and Elizabeth Whitaker.

May 10, 24

• Utah Iris Society annual Iris Show, 2 -5 p.m. Sugarhouse Garden Center, 1602 E. 2100 South, Salt Lake City. Free admission.

May 15-19

• 16th annual Great Salt Lake Bird Festival. Keynote speaker May 17 will be The Nature Conservancy’s conservation geographer and expert birder Tim Boucher.

May 20

• The South Davis Social Chapter of AARP will meet at 12:30 p.m. at the Golden Years Senior Center, 726 S. 100 East, Bountiful. Global eradication of polio will be presented by Scott Leckman. Visitors are welcome.


April 26

• Temple Square Concert Series, Festival of Choirs,Tabernacle. 

5 p.m. Utah Valley Children’s Choir; 6:30  p.m. Sterling Singers; 8 pm, Salt Lake Choral Artists.Admission limited to those 8 and older.

May 2

• Temple Square Concert Series, 7:30 p.m. Assembly Hall. Utah Baroque Ensemble will perform. Performances are free and open to ages eight and older.

Bountiful High’s Bands, which are always in need of funds for music, instruments, and equipment. Music for the event will be performed by Bountiful High School’s two jazz ensembles including BHS vocalists.  There will also be guest performances by the Mueller Park Jr. High Jazz Band, and the third edition of the BHS Alumni Jazz Ensemble. There will be a dance contest, a big-band era costume contest, lots of danceable jazz, amazing decorations from the jazz era, and plenty of food and refreshmentsfor purchase. A fantastic fun-filled evening for the whole family! Like us on FACEBOOK BHS Fools for Jazz.

• Temple Square Concert Series, Festival of Choirs, Tabernacle. 

6:30 p.m. Combined Institutes of Religion Choir.

8 pm Utah State University Chorale and Chamber Singers. Admission limited to those 8 and older.

April 26

• Temple Square Concert Series, Festival of Choirs,Tabernacle. 

5 p.m. Utah Valley Children’s Choir

6:30  p.m. Sterling Singers.

8 pm, Salt Lake Choral Artists.

 Admission limited to those 8 and older.

April 28

• Save the air fare traveling to New York! Get your fix of Broadway tunes at the Clearfield Community Choir and Clearfield Community Children’s Choir annual spring concert. “It’s a Grand Night for Singing,” a free community event, will be held at 7 p.m. at Wasatch Elementary School, 270 E. Center Street, Clearfield. For additional information on the concert, or to join either choir, contact the Clearfield Community Arts Center at (801)525-2779.

May 2

• Temple Square Concert Series, 7:30 p.m. Assembly Hall. Utah Baroque Ensemble will perform. Performances are free and open to ages eight and older.

May 3

• The International Children’s Choir under the direction of Dr. Kathy Sorensen, will feature world-class tenor Dr. Robert Breault in concert at 7:30 pm, in Assembly Hall on Temple Square.  Music will include arrangements by esteemed local composers, folk heritage music from abroad and excerpts from Hansel and Gretel opera which the choir recently performed at Kingsbury Hall. Admission free.  For information, call (801) 484-4227.

May 9

• Davis Arts Chamber Music Series presents “A ‘Lite Nite’ of Chamber Music,”  Kaysville Tabernacle, 198 W. Center, 7:30 p.m. Free.


April 21-May 17

• “Man of la Mancha,” CenterPoint Legacy Theatre, 525 N. 400 West, Centerville. For tickets or more information, call 801-298-1302.


April 24, May 1, 8, 15

• Davis County Health Department’s Family Caregiver Support Program is offering a six-week series of classes for individuals caring for family members who are older or frail. These classes are free to the public. Individuals may attend at any time during the series. Classes held Thursdays at the Golden Year Senior Activity Center, 726 S. 100 East, Bountiful at noon. A light lunch will be provided at all of the classes but attendees must RSVP by each Monday at noon to Megan at 801-525-5088.

* April 24, topic, A More Flexible You: Physical and Mental Flexibility Tips presented by Denise Cook, Synergy Homecare and Don Williams, Aspen Ridge Physical Therapy.

* May 1 topic, Home Health vs. Hospice, presented by Kathy Yarbrough, Gentiva Hospice.

* May 8, topic to be announced.

* May 15, tpic, Self Care for Family, presented by Michelle Johnson — Thatcher Brook Home Health and Hospice.

1st and 3rd Wednesday

• The Davis County chapter,  National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) meets  first and third Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m. at Intermountain Bountiful Clinic, 390 N. Main, Bountiful. Call Fran Wilby, 801-631-1275 or Jerry King, 801-451-5325.

Art Center Spring Classes

• Spring classes at Bountiful/Davis Art Center begin next week. The Art Center strives to provide art classes for all age groups and all levels of competency taught by some of Utah’s finest artists such as Diane Turner, Sherry Meidell, and Simon Winegar. Check out some of the awesome art classes BDAC has to offer, including some new courses. Now offering photography, classical painting, and a secondary age drawing class in addition to the usual classes.  

The detailed schedule is available at:

Call BDAC today to sign up: (801) 451-3660.



• The Bountiful Exchange Club meets at 7:30 a.m. at Country Inn and Suites, 999 N. 500 West, West Bountiful. Visitors welcome.

2nd Saturday

• The Davis County Amateur Radio Club meets the second Saturday of the month at the Davis County Sheriff’s office at 10 a.m.  Web site

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April 25, 2014
******Attention All Davis High School Alumni******

Experience An Exciting 100 Year Historical Event


WHEN: Saturday, May 10, 2014, 6:30 pm. to 10:00 pm

WHERE: Davis High School

325 South Main Street

Kaysville, Utah

WHAT: A Celebration Of The 100th Birthday Of Davis High School (1914-2014).

ACTIVITIES: Memorabilia Displays, Historical Videos Playing, Three Bands Playing

Different Period Music With Dancing, A Photographer For Those Wanting Keepsake Pictures, And More. This Will Be A Once In A Lifetime Social Event That Will Enable Alumni To Join Their Classmates To Recapture The Nostalgia And Fond Memories Of Their Time At “Dear Old Davis High”

AUDIENCE: All Davis High School Alumni, Davis High Supporters, Friends, Etc.

COST: Participation Is Free (Modest Donations Gratefully Accepted).

PRESENTED PROUDLY BY: The Davis High School Centennial Committee.

RSVP: To plan The Accommodations And Refreshments, A Headcount Will Be very helpful

Please Email Robert With Numbers in your Party at

or you may phone at (801) 544-5271
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