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All you need is love at Alpine Days this year
ALPINE — The city's annual celebration with a theme of "All you need is love" will be held Friday, August 3, to Saturday, August 11, this year. Most of the events will be held at Creekside Park, 100 North 600 East. Special events will include a kick-off fireside, a luau, senior dinner, teen party and dance, art show and chalk the block, along with the traditional parade and fireworks. This year there's also a return of the traditional Alpine Days fish grab contest on Saturday. The Alpine Market
Automotive repair shop on path to EM City Center
During the July 9 Eagle Mountain Planning Commission meeting, the Planning Commission approved a plan for a new Automotive Repair shop in Eagle Mountain's City Center area. The proposal will now move to the City Council for discussion and ultimately approval or disapproval from the council. The Planning Commission agenda has this background on the project, "The proposed location for the Eagle Mountain (Jeppson) Auto is within the City Center Commercial property, located at the intersection of
August Community Events
Food Truck Rallies Every Monday in Alpine (Legacy Park) from 5 - 9 p.m. Every Monday in Saratoga Springs (Neptune Park) from 5 - 9 p.m. Every Tuesday in Eagle Mountain (3688 E Campus Dr.) from 5:30 - 9 p.m. Every Tuesday in Cedar Hills (Heritage Park) from 5 - 9 p.m. Every Wednesday in Lehi (Wines Park) from 5 - 9 p.m. Alpine Alpine Days begins August 3 and ends August 11. Come and enjoy a luau on August 6 at Creekside Park. Pre-order your meal by July 31, or bring your own food, along
Two Disney Musicals come to life on stage at the Hale Centre Theatre in Sandy
Two Disney musicals that you don't want to miss are being performed at Hale Center Theatre in the Mountain American Performing Arts Center in Sandy now through the end of the summer. Disney's Newsies: The Broadway Musical, is being performed now, through September 1, on the newly named Young Living Essential Oils Centre Stage. My Son Pinocchio: Geppetto's Musical Tale, is a heartwarming story that comes to life on the Sorenson Legacy Jewel Box Stage from now until August 27. The 1992 Disne
Night Out Against Crime Aug. 7 in Saratoga Springs
Caption: Kids can enjoy crafts from Home Depot at Saratoga Spring's Night Out Against Crime. SARATOGA SPRINGS—Local law enforcement will be out in force to meet and greet local residents Aug. 7 at the Saratoga Springs Walmart at 136 W State Rd #73, along with the city's fire department and other agencies. From 6 to 9 p.m. at Night Out Against Crime, (which is held across the nation) local residents can enjoy demonstrations, a dunk tank ( where they can dunk a cop), free food and activities a
West Side Theatre Company Announces Extension of Its Unique "Peter Pan"
EAGLE MOUNTAIN -- West Side Theatre Company announces an extension to the previously announced run of its unique, imaginative production of J.M. Barrie's "Peter Pan" with the addition of a Thursday performance. Tickets are now on sale at "Our retelling of the beloved story is filled with childlike wonder and has a contemporary twist," said producer Tyson Dewsnup. "Adults and children alike are going to be delighted to rediscover these characters in new ways as a pla
American Fork teen living dream of performing on stage
At age four, Easton Christiansen fell in love with music. It all started when he and his family went to an outdoor community concert, just before his father was deployed to Iraq. Even at such a young age, Easton knew that someday he wanted to be singing and playing the guitar like the performer on stage that night. Easton knew someday he wanted to be "that guy" on stage. But with his dad leaving, this idea got forgotten for a time. It wasn't until Easton was having a difficult time with his dad
High School and Middle School Events
Alpine School District: First Day of School - Aug. 20 Rockwell: First Day of School - Aug. 13 American Fork High School Home Events Sophomore Open House - Aug. 17. at 8:30 - 10:30 a.m. School Pictures - Aug. 22-23 Class Changes Last Day - Aug. 24 Lehi High School Home Events Soccer - Aug. 11 vs. Canyon View at 11 a.m. Soccer - Aug. 14 vs. Juan Diego at 4:00 Volleyball - Aug. 16 vs. American Fork at 6:00 Football - Aug. 17 vs. Alta at 7:00 Tennis - Aug. 23 vs. Orem at 3:30 Foo
Commit to the Limit
ALPINE — Some residents are tired of the high speed of many vehicles on city streets. They've decided to do something about it—starting with themselves and city officials. Julie Beck is one of those people. After complaining to the city council about the issue, she volunteered to chair a committee to do something about speeding. Beck met with the police chief, city manager and school district personnel. She also studied the issue extensively and shared her findings with the city council at it
Highland residents opposed to more than 1.5 homes per acre
HIGHLAND — Alarmed by a proposal for what they consider higher density than is typical in Highland, residents, led by Natalie Ball, recently filed a referendum petition regarding a R-1-20 zoning approval and began collecting signatures for an initiative to remove R-1-20 zoning from the city's development code. Ball and others were upset when on April 17 the city council approved a rezoning for 5.475 acres known as the Patterson property located at 5959 West 10100 North from R-1-40 to R-1-20.


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