Agri-Entertainment tent offers every day exercises for youngsters

The Park County Fair is established in agribusiness, and children will have freedoms to find out about soil, plants, honey bees and more at the new Agri-Entertainment Tent.

“We hope that families learn more about all that agriculture provides for our daily lives,” said Tycee Brown, 4-H and youth development educator for Park County.

Families are urged to stop by the tent with the expectation of complimentary demos, fun exercises and ag information. Exercises will be designed for youngsters ages 8-12, yet are available to all adolescent, Brown said.

Situated in the McDonald’s Kids Zone at the reasonable, the Agri-Entertainment Tent will be open for the duration of the day, with casual banners in plain view. The Cody Conservation District will have exercises at 10 a.m. day by day all through reasonable week.

On Wednesday, children can find out about palatable soils at 2 p.m., trailed by calfskin tooling at 5 p.m. Thursday’s exercises incorporate honey bees at 2 p.m. furthermore, fly-tying at 5 p.m. On Friday, children can find out about planting at 2 p.m. Completing out the week will be a frozen yogurt in-a-pack movement at 2 p.m. Saturday.

The Agri-Entertainment Tent is an organization with UW Extension/4-H and the Park County Fair Board, to assist with expanding information and consciousness of agribusiness.


Entertainment Scheme in the Next week

Chamber Orchestra Ogden performs world music

OGDEN — Music from around the globe will be included at Chamber Orchestra Ogden’s first show of the 2019-20 season.

The show,“Ahoj, Ni hau, and Privyet, from the Czech Republic, China, and Russia,” starts at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21 in Peery’s Egyptian Theater, 2415 Washington Blvd.

The show will highlight Bedrich Smetana’s Three Dances from the comic drama “The Bartered Bride”; “The Butterfly Concerto,” a piece created in 1959 by two Chinese authors in Shanghai during the Cultural Revolution; and “Capriccio Espagnol” by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.

The included entertainer at the show will be Shi-Hwa Wang, a teacher of violin at Weber State University.

Polite kids are welcome, however no darlings in arms.

‘Get Ready Fair’ coming to Hospital in Layton

LAYTON — Davis Hospital and Medical Center will have a “Get Ready Fair” this end of the week.

The fifth yearly crisis readiness/health occasion will occur from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, at the clinic, 1600 Antelope Drive.

The reasonable will include in excess of 40 merchants selling crisis readiness administrations and supplies. Agents from neighborhood fire, police, sheriff, SWAT and AirMed will likewise be available.

Boy trooper crisis readiness legitimacy identification exercises will be offered, alongside crisis instruction, a vehicle seat check station, and family-accommodating exercises like the kids’ Critter Clinic giving out free plush toys. Free franks will likewise be accessible.

Vintage trailer gathering offers open house in Perry

PERRY — A gathering of vintage trailer fans will have an open house at a neighborhood trailer rally this end of the week.

Vintage trailer proprietors from the national Tin Can Tourists associations will hold their “Rally on the Fruit Way” gathering Friday through Sunday, Sept. 20-22, at the KOA Journey Campground, 1040 W. 3600 South, in Peery. As a feature of the end of the week, they’ll offer an open house from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, at the campground.

Guests are free to visit a considerable lot of the two dozen great old trailers expected at the current year’s rally. Previously, coordinators have depicted the open house as a “redneck march of homes.”

There will likewise be a sustenance truck at the campground starting at 6 p.m., and guests are welcome to remain and buy nourishment.

Great Company to arrange ‘Tore’

OGDEN — Good Company Theater proceeds with its season with the Utah debut of “Tore.”

The play, by Utah-based writer Rachel Bublitz, fixates on a character named Lucy, a first year recruit in school who has a sexual experience that leaves her confounded and worried that she may have been a casualty of assault.

The show opens at 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20, and proceeds with ends of the week through Oct. 6 at Good Company Theater, 2404 Wall Ave.

The play manages dialog and delineations of rape and assault, and it contains express language. It is prescribed for develop crowds.

Star gathering hits Antelope Island

Pronghorn ISLAND — The Ogden Astronomical Society is facilitating an open star gathering this end of the week at Antelope Island State Park.

Sunlight based review will start at 5 p.m. Saturday, trailed by profound space seeing after dim. Cosmic culture individuals will have telescopes set up to view items like nebulae, star groups and systems. All electric lamps must have red channels.

The star gathering will be held at White Rock Bay in the state park, 4528 W. 1700 South, west of Syracuse.

The gathering is free, however park confirmation is $10.

‘Brew Dinner’ booked for Snowbasin hold up

SNOWBASIN — A six-course feast, matched with specialty lager pairings, is being offered this end of the week at Snowbasin Resort.

The “Feasting Discovery Beer Dinner” starts at 7 p.m. what’s more, proceeds until 10 p.m. at the Needles Lodge. Visitors are approached to arrive no later than 6:45 p.m. to give time to ride Needles Gondola to the highest point of the mountain.

Notwithstanding the feast given by Snowbasin’s culinary group, the night will incorporate lager pairings from Roosters Brewing.

Cost for the night is $75, which incorporates brew pairings. For the individuals who will drink non-mixed refreshments with their supper, the expense is $55.