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Looking for a great place to stay on your next outdoor adventure? You are in the right place. We offer affordable privately owned luxury accommodations within minutes of three world class ski resorts and
amazing four season recreation within the beautiful Ogden Valley. Our rentals are perfect for Snowbasin Lodging, Powder Mountain Lodging, Wolf Creek Lodging, Summer Vacation Lodging & Reunion Lodging.
|It will be an "enchanted evening" at the Val A. Browning Center. Don't miss Jerry and the Utah Symphony as they highlight the careers of music theatre legends Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. Featured on this program will be hits from The King and I, The Sound of Music and many more classic shows from the undisputed kings of Broadway.|
March 28 - Running the Edge: The Colorado Trail
Family man and ultrarunner, Scott Jaime, is preparing for the most difficult challenge of his life. His goal is to run the entire 486-mile Colorado Trail, across and over the rugged alpine terrain of the Rocky Mountains, to set a new FKT (fastest known time). The actual reward, however, is far greater.The physical requirements of the Colorado Trail are daunting. Scott must run at an everage elevation of 10,300' while averaging 60 miles and 22,000' of elevation change per day
March 28-30 - World Cutter & Chariot Racing Championships
Chariot Racing involves two Quarter horses hooked to a chariot and that team racing 440 yards down a straightaway of a race track. These teams' times usually range from about 21-24 seconds, which times depend on race track conditions and the horses
March 29 - WSU Cultural Affairs presents Ethel with Kaki King
Known worldwide for transcending the limits of tradition, the string quartet ETHEL has for the past decade and a half actively, aggressively, joyfully, adapted their epic skill-set to the presentation of rainbow-colored music of every style and description. Virtuoso guitarist Kaki King has, likewise, won an enthusiastic international following as her gutsy, honest, and astonishingly beautiful works seem to defy gravity. Brought together, these celebrated sound worlds intermingle and swarm to create a glorious and inspired collaboration.
April 4 - First Friday Art Stroll
Ogden's First Friday Art Stroll is held the first Friday of the month from 6-9 PM, Ogden's First Friday Art Stroll is abuzz year 'round with exciting exhibit openings, artist receptions and live music of all genres in venues and in the streets. As the art stroll becomes the virtual front porch of Ogden, those that venture here are treated to great art, an atmosphere of camaraderie and inclusion and amazing night life; small town feel, big city offerings.
April 5 - Egg-Cellent Adventure/Birds No Bunnies Hunt
Are you ready for a unique Easter egg hunt? Join the Ogden Nature Center's teacher/naturalists on a true egg hunt challenge. Spring is the season for new birth. In this activity participants will learn about nesting birds found around the Nature Center and try their hand at bird identification. Several nests with painted wooden eggs will be the object of the hunt as you make your way along the trails. Locate and record your finds from each nest to win a prize. Make and take crafts and bird stuff to explore. Please RSVP to 801-621-7595 by 5pm on Friday, April 4th
April 10 - Dining for Dollars
Sonora Grill is helping first generation immigrant students finish college and achieve their educational goals. On April 10, the restaurant will raise funds for the Sonora Grill Scholarship program at the second annual Dining for Dollars event. One hundred percent of all sales and contributions, not just proceeds, will go directly towards the scholarship program. An anonymous donor will match Sonora Grill's donation, up to $25,000. New this year, the restaurant is opening for breakfast to accommodate the community's eagerness to participate in this event. Reservations are recommended.
April 10 -Utah Symphony Masterworks - Mozart, Bernstein & Nielsen
Beethoven's 3rd Piano Concerto and Nielsen's 3rd Symphony anchor a concert featuring three masters in their prime. Pianist Ronald Brautigam returns to perform the stormy harbinger of Beethoven's middle period and Maestro Fischer leads the orchestra on Nielsen's explosive "Espansiva" symphony. The overture to Mozart's last opera The Magic Flute completes this fascinating study of musical genius.
April 10 -12 - Ogden Climbing Festival
Weber State University Campus Recreation Outdoor Program and GEAR:30 are proud to present the seventh annual Ogden Climbing Festival (OCF7). The family-friendly festival boasts free gear demos, climbing clinics, an invitational boulder championship, rock rescue clinics, a community climbing party and presentations from renowned climbers. OCF7 is the largest climbing festival in Utah. Events are open to the public, family-friendly and free. Learn new rock climbing skills in a safe, fun environment. From novice to experienced climbers, all ages and abilities are welcome.
April 11-12 - Imagine Ballet Theatre presents "An Evening of Folktales
An Evening of Folktales: Peter and the Wolf and Urashima Taro. Peter, of "Peter and the Wolf" fame, has been continuously chased through the Russian forests ever since Sergei Prokofiev wrote his famous children's piece in 1936. But the version that Imagine Ballet Theatre and the Chamber Orchestra Ogden are presenting together this weekend will not include just the usual narration and fun score. It will include interpretive dance as well.
April 11-13 - Gemstone Junction
Rocks, Minerals, Jewelry, Beads, Gemstones, Equipment, Supplies, Gold, Silent Auction, Fossils, Grab Bags, and Wheel of Fortune! Displays and Exhibits, Demonstrations, Food
April 11-20 - Ogden Restaurant Week
Locally owned restaurants in downtown Ogden have joined forces to host the second annual Ogden Restaurant Week.
Enjoy uniquely priced specials at more than a dozen restaurants. Get two-course lunches for $8 or three-course dinners for $15. It's a great time to explore and experience Ogden's great restaurants and their delicious menus.
April 17 - Egyptian Theatre Foundation presents "2001: A Space Odyssey"
"2001" is a story of evolution. Sometime in the distant past, someone or something nudged evolution by placing a monolith on Earth (presumably elsewhere throughout the universe as well). Evolution then enabled humankind to reach the moon's surface, where yet another monolith is found, one that signals the monolith placers that humankind has evolved that far. Now a race begins between computers (HAL) and human (Bowman) to reach the monolith placers. The winner will achieve the next step in evolution, whatever that may be.
April 18 - Kairos Annual Aeriallympics
This unique competition will display the talents and abilities of local Utah sport aerialists! We have over 40 competitors that will showcase their skills on the aerial apparatus of their choice: trapeze, lyra, hammock, silks, and pole. Performers hail from all over the Weber, Davis, and Salt Lake county areas. This adventurous evening will have spectators in awe from all the spinning, bending, dancing, and dropping!
April 19 - Easter Egg Hunt at Friendship Park
South Ogden City Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, April 19th
Free pictures with the Easter Bunny (8am)
Egg Hunt (9am)
Ages: 1-12yrs (individuals with Special needs can exceed age limit)
April 19-20- Easter Rendezvous
Fur Trade era re-enactors rendezvous at the historic site of Miles Goodyear's Fort Buenaventura in downtown Ogden. Traders' Row is open for buck skinners (re-enactors) and flat landers (non re-enactors) alike. Come see all the wares and demonstrations from the fur trade and colonial eras. Food vendors on site. Canoe rental available.
April 19 - Earth Day at Ogden Nature Center
Come celebrate Earth Day at the Ogden Nature Center! Enjoy earth friendly exhibitors, demonstrations, entertainment, food, nature crafts, and fun activities. Explore the trails, tour our green buildings and learn what you can do to improve the health of the planet.