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Lehi Senior Center October activities
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Seniors invited to attend planetarium trip
Seniors from the areas of Lehi, Saratoga Springs, Cedar Fort and Eagle Mountain are invited to attend the Lehi Senior Center field trip to the Salt Lake Planetarium. The trip will be on Monday, Oct. 24. Seniors will leave from the Lehi Senior Center at 9:30 a.m. and return to the senior center around 4:30 p.m. The Clark Planetarium offers enlightening experiences that inspire wonder in learning a
Be part of the Halloween Extravaganza at Lehi Legacy Center
Lehi families who just love trick-or-treating can get in an extra night of fun at the Legacy Center's Halloween Extravaganza on Friday, Oct. 28, from 5 to 8 p.m. Families can trick-or-treat around the track, which will be filled with movie-themed booths where they can receive candy, coupons and other treats. Mascots from Skyridge and Lehi high schools, along with those from several local elementa
Performance to feature dancers from throughout Alpine district
An evening of dance celebrating dancers from schools throughout Alpine School District will be held on Thursday, Oct. 27, at 7:30 p.m. in the Westlake High School Auditorium, 99 N. 200 West, Saratoga Springs. The event, titled "Alpine District Dances," will feature performances by dancers from American Fork High School, Frontier Middle School, Lone Peak High School, Mountain View High Schoo
Discover who killed the conductor at orchestra concert
Spooky sounds will come from the Timpanogos Symphony Orchestra at their "The Composer is Dead" Halloween concerts on Oct. 28 and 29 at Willowcreek Middle School, 2275 W. 300 North, Lehi. The orchestra will play themes from "Phantom of the Opera," Michael Jackson's "Thriller," "Ride of the Valkyries" and "Ghostbusters." "Last year we had a tremendous response to our first Halloween concert," said
Lehi voters to decide on $50 million bond issue for parks, recreation
Lehi City leaders have come to the conclusion that the only way to fund some much-needed parks is to bond for them - and they're hoping Lehi voters will agree with them. On Nov. 8 when they go to the polls, Lehi voters will decide whether they'll support a $50 million general obligation bond issue to pay for additional parks and trails in the community. City leaders say there's an immediate need
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