Heritage Day 2018

The community is invited to this free event on Labor Day, Sept. 3, to celebrate Lehi’s fascinating history and 10 amazing couples making history today. Click the link below for info on this year’s Heritage Day.

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The community is invited to this free event on Labor Day, Sept. 3, to celebrate Lehi’s fascinating history and 10 amazing couples making history today.

This year’s Heritage theme is Early Industry. Displays, exhibits and activities will focus on industries like the Lehi Sugar Factory, Lehi Roller Mills, the dairy industry and more. The peoples of the old LDS Fifth Ward, which included the area around the Legacy Center, will be featured as well as historic businesses, displays by the Daughters of Utah Pioneers’ and Sons of Utah Pioneers, youth activities, a Hankie and Tie collection, homemade hamburgers, a car show and more.

This year’s honorees are the following longtime Lehi residents:

Phillip and Mickie (Maxine) Black

David and Kim Butterfield

Edward and Kaye Collins

Dale and Karen Ekins

Phillip and Carol Gray

Mel and Lueen Kirkham

Stan and Peggy Lewis

Mike and Becky Southwick

Jim and LaVee Hadfield Strong

Bert and Taunya Wilson

Festivities begin at 2 p.m., when the honoree couples will appear in the Showcase Parade up Main Street from 400 East to Center Street and the Legacy Center. There, each couple will be honored in a short program and with their own brick in the Walk of Fame Garden in front of the Legacy Center at 123 N. Center St. These couples will have displays in the Senior Center.

Afterward and until 7 p.m., there will be historical displays, exhibits, activities, a car show cruise-in and homemade hamburger and hot dog meals. Located inside and out of the Legacy Center, this year’s Heritage Day theme is Early Industry. The car show will be in the parking lot east of the Legacy Center and will be free to enter.

The day’s events are put on by The Lehi Historical Society and Archives. All proceeds benefit the Archives. Call 801-768-1570 to enter the car show or for more information.

 

 

 

 

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