Peach Days 2016-Hurricane City-St George Ut Events
Peach Days 2016 starts today! Just outside of St George Ut is a city called Hurricane. Hurricane hosts this celebration of local heritage each year for one delicious and fun-filled weekend. From September 1st through the 3rd, come and enjoy all that the Peach Days 2016 has to offer! It is a huge event packed full of things to do which includes of course, food, food, food! From the peach cook-off to booths of yummy homemade goods, to commercial food booths, to eating contests; food, food, food!
What Else is at the Peach Days?
I’m glad you want to know! Like any good fest, Peach Days 2016 is complete with a rodeo, parade, 12k Fun Run, quilt show and entertainment galore. Part of what makes this event so special and such a large success is the community involvement. Up until now, folks have been preparing for their entry to compete for prizes based on their displays in arts, garden, baked/bottled goods, and fine arts. Therefore, the top-placed entry in each division will win an award for such entry. The neat part of this is that thousands of people who come to the Peach Days 2016 will be able to view these traditional displays.
Bring your friends, bring your family, eat, mingle and be entertained! The days are packed from 10am to 10pm with things to do. There are even quilt camps, bingo, home depot kids activities and special guests such as Congressman Chris Stewart. Friday night there is a showing of The Good Dinosaur in the park. To conclude, the celebration of fun will end Saturday night with fireworks.
The event is sponsored by Hurricane City and the entry is free. For more information on the times and locations of activities taking place, here is a link to the agenda:
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