We’ve got community celebrations in Nibley and Clarkston, rodeos in Hyrum, theater, music and much, much more going on this weekend.
This week Nibley is celebrating Nibley Heritage Days. Thursday and Friday night at 7 p.m. enjoy an original version of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by the Nibley Children’s Theatre. Over 100 children perform at the Datwyler Amphitheater. The Heritage Days parade is Saturday at 10 a.m., beginning and ending at Heritage Elementary; a full schedule of family activities is from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Elkhorn Park; variety show at Anhder Park at 8:30; and, fireworks at 10.
Clarkston is also hosting their community celebration this weekend, Pony Express Days. Friday is the skeet shoot at the gravel pit starting at 6 p.m., Spanish cook-off at the bowery at 6:30, then a family ball game at 7:30. Saturday’s events begin with The Divide 30k and Relay at 6 a.m., flag raising ceremony at 7 a.m., foot races starting at 8 a.m., and a full day of activities, including a vintage car show, parade at 1, donkey basketball, fireman soak, dutch oven dinner and variety show.
It’s another great weekend for the arts. The Lyric Repertory Company introduces another show this weekend: Peter and the Starcatcher. The swashbuckling show opens Friday and continues in repertory through the end of July.
The Four Seasons Theatre Company presents Peter Pan again this weekend, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Sky View High School.
Cache Theatre Company will once again be performing Once on this Island at Skylor Pond in Willow Park, Friday at 7:30 p.m.
And Saturday at 1 p.m. the Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre presents the debut of You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, performed at the Utah Theatre on Center Street in Historic Downtown Logan.
The American Festival Chorus performs at the Logan Tabernacle Saturday evening. They will be showcasing their works before they embark on their European tour.
Stokes Nature Center concert series continues this weekend at Second Dam. Timmy the Teeth performs, with doors opening at 6 p.m., opening set at 7 p.m. then headliner at 8.
And on Sunday, the USU Alumni Band summer concerts begin. Sunday’s concert will be at 7 p.m. in the Daines Concert Hall at USU.
Live music can also be heard when Wood Live Music performs on the balcony at Morty’s, Friday night at 6:30 p.m.; Goose Chase with Josaleigh Pollett, Carolee Beck, and Alina Brown perform Friday night at WhySound starting at 7 p.m.; Mason Jar performs at Caffe Ibis Saturday at 2 p.m.; Kevin Tyler Hang Loose tour visits WhySound on Sunday at 5 p.m.
Join Logan City Poet Laureate Star Coulbrooke for a summer solstice walkabout throughout Historic Downtown Logan. The walkabout begins at 5:20 p.m. at Caffe Ibis.
Start celebrating the Fourth of July early at the rodeo grounds in Hyrum. The Hyrum Star Spangled Rodeo is Friday and Saturday evenings starting at 7:30 p.m.
On Saturday, nearly 1500 cyclists from all over the state will ride in the MS 150 bike tour. Courses will take them all over Cache Valley Saturday and Sunday, with races starting and ending at the Cache County Fairgrounds.
Utah State University’s Access and Diversity Center is hosting a Luau Scramble Golf Tournament at the Logan River Golf Course Saturday. All proceeds will go towards student clubs and scholarships.
Grab a bite to eat and play yard games at First Dam. Family Night at First Dam is a night for Cache Valley families with hot dogs, chips and games at First Dam on Friday from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. The meal is free, but donations are welcome. One-hundred percent of the proceeds will go towards an Eagle Scout project benefiting the Cache Kraken Water Polo team.
If you’d like to know more details about any of these events going on, visit our calendar page.