In its 31st year, the family-friendly event focuses on re-creating the history of the mountain-man era, which ran from 1823 to the late 1830s.
Easter is here, and there’s plenty to do throughout the state. Here are just a handful of events that are worth the drive around Utah.
Spring concerts by local musicians along with a few traveling bands provide a variety of music in Northern Utah.
Expand your Easter celebrations with community events, many of which are free or support great local causes.
Ogden city hopes this year’s Twilight Concert Series will sound just a little crisper than past seasons.
The Davis Arts Council announced The Band Perry has canceled its July 20 Summer Nights with the Stars concert.
Libraries and theaters in the Ogden area are showing “Lilo & Stitch,” “Solaris” and other movies for free.
KBYU television personality Glenn Rawson and pianist/composer Jason Tonioli perform alongside the former Celtic Woman lead singer, and Corinne artist Kelly Donovan will paint a portrait of Jesus Christ that will be given away.
“An Evening of Music,” at 7 p.m. Sunday, April 9, at the Ogden Tabernacle, will feature sacred music and spoken words.