Dress the Leaf Lady
Residents of Coalville ages 14 and up and invited to dress the city’s Leaf Dancer statue. Those interested should describe their ideas on a short written application to the City. People of all ages and backgrounds are encouraged to submit their ideas.
The winning dresser will receive: a $25 thank-you gift from the City, a costume allowance of up to $20 and a brief bio and picture of their design on the City website. The redesign will last 10 weeks—from Friday, June 14, to Friday, August 16.
The dresser will also need to dress the Leaf Lady by midnight on Thursdays so a dressed statue is on display every Friday during the summer. Applications are available at the Coalville City Hall at 10 N. Main Street or online at http://www.coalvillecity.org .
Heber-Kamas campground update
All of the campgrounds in the canyon in the Heber-Kamas Forest District are open for the season, and there are currently no fire restrictions in place. Campsites near higher elevation lakes are still closed and inaccessible due to the lingering snowpack. The Mirror Lake Highway from Kamas to Evanston, Wyoming, is also open.
For more information on campgrounds, picnic areas, roads and trails call the Heber-Kamas Ranger District at (435) 654-0470 or (435) 783-4338.
Oakley Rodeo & Celebration tickets available
Tickets are still available for the 78th Annual Oakley Independence Day Rodeo and Celebration. Upcoming dates, times and events include the following:
Friday, June 14: Tough Enough to Wear Pink Dinner and Auction featuring kid’s games at 6 p.m., a dinner at 6:30 p.m. and an auction at 7 p.m. Tickets are $5 per person or $20 per family. Contact Charlotte Woolstenhulme at (435) 783-5751 to donate to the silent auction. All proceeds will benefit the Breast Cancer Fund.
Saturday, June 22: Youth Open Horse Show; sign-up for Summit County entrants starts at 10 a.m. with judged events, lead-line, walk trot and speed events starting at 10:30 a.m. Contact Charlotte at (435) 783-5751.
Tuesday, July 2, the slack event will be held at 5 p.m.
Wednesday, July 3: At 8 p.m. there will be a PRCA Rodeo event with fireworks to follow after the rodeo.
For the full Rodeo & Celebration schedule and to order tickets visit http://www.oakleycity.com or contact the Oakley City Hall at (435) 783-5753, located at 960 W. Center Street. All tickets are $15.
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