<strong>SMITHFIELD—</strong> It’s time once again for the annual Smithfield Health Days celebration, and the festivities go on all week and concluding with multiple events on Saturday, May 11. There will be a parade, food and booths, and a rodeo and ending with fireworks.
On KVNU’s <a href=”http://610kvnu.com/assets/podcaster/324/2013_05_02_324_10531_2867.mp3″ target=”_blank”>For the People show Wednesday</a>, Smithfield City Manager James Gass said the first event is a popular activity that will be held Monday, May 6. A fundraising performance by the American Festival Chorus will be held at the Sky View High School Auditorium. A schedule of all the events is available at www.smithfieldrecreation.com.
“We just encourage families to get out and exercise. There’s no cost, there’s not cost for most of the activities in Health Days,” Gass said. “We encourage families to come, we start at Mack Park and ride our bikes up the canyon and back, and there are some prizes. Last year there was a range of age from 3-year-olds on up to very mature adults.”