Adult Fitness

ZUMBA WITH ANGIE

Fun Fitness!

Zumba-Tues & Sat 9:00 am

Zumba Tone-Thurs 9:00 am

Cost: $36 for 12 Class Punch Pass or $5/class

First Class is FREE! What Are You Waiting For?

More info at angiec.zumba.com

FREE  ZumbaLove

Saturday, February 10, 9:00 am

Wear Red or Pink for Love Your Heart Month

Step It Up! Mon & Wed 9-10am

Work your heart, muscles, and mind in this fun, energetic workout! All skill levels are welcome, we offer low and high-intensity options for you to choose from. Find more info on Facebook at Syracuse Fitness Classes. $3 drop-in, $20 10-class punch pass, first class FREE!

Pump It Up! Tuesday 6:10 am; Friday 9:00 am

Boost your metabolism and tone your muscles with resistance training. We provide hand weights and exercise balls, you just bring your own exercise mat. All skill levels are welcome, we suggest different options so you can work at your own pace. Syracuse Community Center. $3 drop-in, $20 10-class punch pass, first class FREE!

 

*Posted with permission from Syracuse.com

Key Community Contacts

Mayor

Terry Palmer:

801-614-9636

tpalmer@syracuseut.com

 

Council Members

Mike Gailey

801-589-0976

mgailey@syracuseut.com

*New Councilmember Doug Peterson Jan 2018

 

Corinne Bolduc:

801-529-5779

bolduc@syracuseut.com

 

Andrea Anderson:

801-309-1466

ananderson@syracuseut.com

 

Dave Maughan:

801-927-7752

dmaughan@syracuseut.com

 

Jordan Savage:

385-424-0258

jsavage@syracuseut.com

 

http://www.syracuseut.com/

https://www.facebook.com/syracuseut/

 

*Posted with permission from Syracuse.com

Syracuse Arts Council

Thank you to everyone who participated in and attended the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra concert last December. The support of so many was very gratifying. We send special thanks to Tim Koster, the Orchestra Director, and to Jason Steed, the concert’s Choir Director, as well as to our special guest artist Jeannine Goeckeritz.

The summer musical this year will be Hairspray, and the Theater Committee is now accepting letters of interest for its production team for the following positions: Assistant Director, Music Director, Choreographer, Technical Director, Set Design and Construction, and Publicity Manager.

Please email volunteer@syracuseutaharts.org of your desired position with some background, any experience, and dates of other commitments that might conflict with the production from April to July.

The Arts Council still needs to fill one remaining vacancy on its Board. If you would like a fun opportunity to serve your community and promote its culture through the performing arts, email your interest to volunteer@syracuseutaharts.org. Board meetings are usually held the first Wednesday evening of each month. These meetings are open to the public, and visitors and input are always welcome. www.syracuseutaharts.org

 

*Posted with permission from Syracuse.com

Mayor’s Message

This will be my final letter. Thank you for giving me the privilege to serve you. Having had no experience in government, I needed to work hard in two areas: using my experience as a business owner to apply common sense leadership, and then spending extra time at the city learning from the professionals.

I learned from working with the different departments in the city and with mayors of other cities that we have the finest employees in Davis County. In every department, from top to bottom, we excel for the benefit of our citizens. I got out of the way and allowed the professionals to do their jobs.

I learned that there are those who seek power, even at the local level, and in every instance, people are hurt and teamwork is destroyed. We want a government with enough power to protect our rights, but not too much power so that we lose our rights.

I learned that taxes, when used properly, create a better life. Taxes provide safety through our police and firefighters. Taxes bring clean water into our homes and take the dirty water and sewage out of our homes. Taxes provide roads that help us commute to our work, schools, and recreation. Taxes create parks, recreation, and planned neighborhoods.

We have the best city council. Their desire is to serve the citizens and to make the city a better place to live and work.

When I first came in as mayor, I set up the Disaster Preparedness Committee with the idea that at some point in time we could have a major disaster and we should be prepared as individuals and as a city. This committee is functioning well and working with different sections of the city, such as businesses, religious organizations, and ham radio operators.

I set up a new program called “Lunch with the Mayor.” Each month a school with students in Syracuse sent 12 students to city hall to have lunch with me and some of the department heads. They learned how the city is a part of their life every day because of taxes. The students played the roles of mayor, city council members, and leadership staff. I enjoyed this experience that I had with your smart and talented children.

I came into the role of mayor believing that the purest government is the government closest to the citizens. When our founding fathers set up the balance of power between the federal government and the local government, they recognized that power on the federal level must be limited and the rest of the power should be given to the states and the people. Thank you again for the opportunity to serve you as mayor on that important local level.

Terry Palmer,

Mayor of Syracuse City

*Posted with permission from Syracuse.com.

Parks and Recreation Calendar of Events

Parks/Rec

ZUMBA

Jan 11 – Zumba @ 9am free

Jan 13 – Zumba @ 9am free

Jan 16 – Zumba @ 9am

Jan 18 – Zumba @ 9am

Jan 20 – Zumba @ 9am

Jan 23 – Zumba @ 9am

Jan 25 – Zumba @ 9am

Jan 27 – Zumba @ 9am

Jan 30 – Zumba @ 9am

 
STEP IT UP

Jan 10 – Step it Up @ 9am

Jan 15 – Step it Up @ 9am

Jan 17 – Step it Up @ 9am

Jan 22 – Step it Up @ 9am

Jan 24 – Step it Up @ 9am

Jan 29 – Step it Up @ 9am

Jan 31 – Step it Up @ 9am

 
PUMP IT UP

Jan 12 – Pump it Up @ 9am

Jan 16 – Pump it Up @ 6:15am

Jan 19 – Pump it Up @ 9am

Jan 23 – Pump it Up @ 6:15am

Jan 26 – Pump it Up @ 9am

Jan 30 – Pump it Up @ 6:15am

 

LITTLE DANCERS

Jan 18 – Little Dancers 10:15am & 11am

Jan 25 – Little Dancers 10:15am & 11am

 

*Posted with permission from Syracuse.com

 

Free Entertainment at the Davis County Fair 2017

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Looking for some family fun that doesn’t bust the budget? Look no further than the Davis County Fair! With a wide variety of free shows and entertainment, this fair is a budget friendly option that the whole family will enjoy.

One of the main attractions will be the “Sea Lion Splash” show that features California and South American sea lions. Other attractions include a pirate stunt show spectacular and a family friendly circus.

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Your kids will also love the pony rides, petting zoo, and interactive kid’s tent. Don’t forget to head over to the main stage to enjoy local musicians, hypnotists, princess shows, magicians, and more.

The fair dates are August 16-19. Admission is FREE. Come and “sea” it for yourself!

pirates show Get more Davis County Fair details including the Daily schedules HERE.

Davis County Events from NOW to Halloween

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Spooooky fun is going on ALL over Davis County from now to Halloween!  Here is a HUGE list of Davis County events from our calendar for the next 7 days.  Don’t miss out on all the fun family (& FREE) events happening!  Click into each event to get more details including times, link, and a map.  FREE events have * next to it.  Enjoy and Share with your friends!!

 

Tuesday October 25

Pumpkin Palooza*, 2pm-9pm: Legacy Events Center  (visit our premium listing Tutor Doctor while you are there!)

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Spooktacular Stories*, 7pm: Clearfield library and Centerville library

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Wednesday October 26

Pumpkin Palooza*, 2pm-9pm: Legacy Events Center

Trunk or Treat & Car Show*, 5pm:  Layton

Layton Surf & Swim $1 night, 6pm:  $1 each night!

Doggie Trunk or Treat*, 7pm:  Ruffledale Pet Resort in Layton ~ fun for kids AND pets in costume!!

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Fall Orchestra Concert*, 7pm: Northridge High

Thursday October 27

Working of the Bison, 8am: Antelope Island State Park

October Chamber Luncheon, 11:30am-1pm:  Kaysville

Monster Mash*, 4:30pm:  Legacy House of Bountiful ~ FREE ~ trick or treating, games, Spook Alley, & free food!  Residents love to see the kids all dressed up in costumes!

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Snowbasin Ski & Swap, 5pm: Legacy Events Center Farmington

Pumpkin Walk*, 7pm:  Syracuse

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Fall Band Concert*, 7pm: Layton High School

Spooktacular Stories*, 7pm: Layton library and Syracuse library

Friday October 28

Working of the Bison, 8am: Antelope Island State Park

Snowbasin Ski & Swap, 5pm: Legacy Events Center Farmington

Halloween Bash*, 5:30pm-8pm: by Layton City ~ games, pumpkin walk, costume parade, & more

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Dia De Los Muertos*, 5:30pm:  Weber State Davis Campus Layton

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Shadows of Fear Charity Haunt, 6pm-11pm:  Clearfield

Miss Farmington’s Halloween event*, 6:30pm:  Farmington

Pumpkin Walk*, 7pm:  Syracuse

“Little Shop of Horrors”, 7:30pm: Hopebox Theater

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Freak Show party, 8pm-12am: Summit Lounge

Saturday October 29

Zombie Family Fun Run, 8am: Centerville

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Working of the Bison, 8am: Antelope Island State Park

Halloween Party*, 9am-2pm: Free for kids ~ face painted to match costume, candy, games, and fun at Salon & Spa Fifth Avenue in Layton

Trunk or Treat & more*, 10am:  Young Chevrolet in Layton

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Love my City Food truck event, 11am-3pm:  Layton

Pumpkin in the Park*, 1:30-3:30pm:  Station Park

“Little Shop of Horrors”, 2pm: Hopebox Theater

Trunk or Treat*, 2pm-4pm: Light of the Valley Lutheran Church, Layton

Harvest Party*, 3pm:  Alpine Church Layton

Snowbasin Ski & Swap, 5pm: Legacy Events Center Farmington

Shadows of Fear Charity Haunt, 6pm-11pm:  Clearfield

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11th Annual Women in Business Fundraiser, 6:30-9pm: Davis Conference Center

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Surf’n Swim Annual Pumpkin Dunk, 7pm-10pm:  $1 includes pumpkin and candy!

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Pumpkin Walk*, 7pm:  Syracuse

“Little Shop of Horrors”, 7:30pm: Hopebox Theater

Open Mic*, 8pm: Bountiful

Freak Show party, 8pm-12am: Summit Lounge

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Monday October 31

Halloween Day Fun, 10am-11pm:  The Rush Funplex in Syracuse ~ all day pass for only $19.95 plus match all game card purchases

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Kids Night at Texas Roadhouse in Layton, 4pm-8pm:  arts & crafts, activities, balloons, face painting, contests, &more!  Use this coupon for .99 cent kids meals for Monday nights only!

Trick or Treat on Main Street*, 4-6pm:  Bountiful Main Street

Trick or Treat at Dartside*, 5-7pm:  In Dartside (Layton Hills Mall, 2nd floor across from food court), over 20+ businesses handing out candy!

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Trunk or Treat / Chili Cookoff*, 6-8pm:  Uintah

Shadows of Fear Charity Haunt, 6pm-11pm:  Clearfield

Rush Insanity Party, 7pm-11pm: The Rush Funplex, $15 + costume contest, treats, & prizes

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Harvest Party, 7-9pm: Christian Life Center (free with food donation)

 

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Are we missing a local event?  Email event details to trishgodavis @gmail.com.  Thanks!

Have a fun & safe Halloween, Davis County!!!

Things to Do in Davis County this Weekend

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Check out this huge list for THINGS TO DO in Davis County this weekend!  Many fun family activities and spooky events!  Our calendar focuses on Davis County and searches for the BEST events for you!!  Don’t forget to check out our COUPONS page for local businesses like Dartside Indoor Dart Tag Arena, Pranzo Italiano, Tutor Doctor, ScrubWorld, and so much more!!

 

Friday October 21

Dash in Dark Zombie 5K, 6pm: Kaysville

Ophir Creek playing at Holy Smoke BBQ, 6:30pm:  Layton

Zombie Dash, 6:30pm: Hill AFB

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3rd Annual Cemetery Tours, 6:45pm: Centerville

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Little Shop of Horrors, 7pm:  Hopebox Theater

 

Saturday October 22

Bison Roundup, 9am: Antelope Island

Trot or Treat 3K, 9am: North Salt Lake City

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Wildcat Halloween Carnival, 2pm-4pm: Layton Hills Mall, FREE!

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Boo-nanza, 6pm: Clearfield – costume contest, haunted house, treats, pumpkin patch, spooky canoe rides, & more!

Little Shop of Horrors, 7pm:  Hopebox Theater

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Open Mic Night, 8pm: Bountiful

 

**Go to www.GoDavis.biz/events for our full calendar!  There are TONS of fun Halloween events coming up next week!  Here are some highlights:

Spook-tacular Stories at various Davis County libraries October 24-27

Pumpkin Palooza on October 25 & 26 – Fun FREE family event!!

Doggie Trunk-or-Treat for your kids & pets!  Ruffledale in Layton

Trunk or Treat/Car Show on Wednesday October 26 in Layton

Monster Mash on Thursday October 27 at Legacy House of Bountiful

Ski Sale Swap starts Thursday October 27

Pumpkin Walk in Syracuse starts Thursday October 27

Stay tuned for our next blog to highlight next week’s fun events including Halloween!  Have an event you’d like to add?  Email TrishGoDavis @gmail.com.  Thanks!

Things to Do this Weekend in Davis County: Oct 14-16

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Many fun OCTOBER events are happening this weekend in Davis County!  Here is a full list of THINGS TO DO in Davis County this weekend!

If we are missing an event, please email trishgodavis @gmail.com.  Have a fun weekend!

 

Friday October 14

Bountiful Pumpkin Patch, 4pm-6pm

Trunk-or-Treat, 6pm: South Ogden (yes we know its not Davis County, but we will add some south Weber County cities because they are so close)

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West Point Halloween Carnival, 6:30-9pm

Full Moon Hike, 6:30pm: Antelope Island

Little Shop of Horrors, 7:30pm: Kaysville

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Saturday October 15

Frightmares 1/2 Marathon, 7am

“Uke Fest” Ukulele Workshop, 10am:  Murphy’s Guitars

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Magic Yarn Project, 10am:  Davis High School

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Star Wars Reads Day, 10am: Barnes & Noble Layton

Benefit Carnival, 12pm-5pm:  Davis High School

Little Shop of Horrors, 2pm matinee: Kaysville

Steelfist “Fight Night”, 5pm: Legacy Events Center

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Little Shop of Horrors, 7:30pm: Kaysville

Open Mic Night, 8pm: Bountiful

 

Sunday October 16

Official Scrapefest, 3pm-6pm: Legacy Events Center

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There are also many other FUN activities like playing at Dartside Indoor Dart Tag Arena (coupons HERE), The Rush Funplex (coupons HERE), signing up for a Martial Arts Class (info HERE), and enjoy awesome restaurant coupons from Pranzo ItalianoTexas RoadhouseRuby River Steakhouse, & Boston’s in Layton.  Check out our coupons page for more great local deals!

 

4th of July weekend in Davis County

Davis County Utah ROCKS the 4th of July!  Here is a full list of all the cities in Davis County holding 4th of July celebrations during this upcoming weekend.  Scroll down to bottom for summary of all parades and firworks!!  Which one will you be going to?

Centervillesee full list/times of activities HERE

Friday July 1: Youth Street Dance

Saturday July 2nd: Children’s Parade, Activities, Food Booths, Centerville’s Got Talent, Concert in the Park (“Salamanders”), Fireworks

Monday July 4th:  5K, Fun Run, Breakfast, Parade, Outdoor Festival, Entertainment, Youth Art Exhibit, Quilt Show, Whitaker Museum

 

Clearfield:  see full list/times of activities HERE

Saturday July 2: Pool Party, We’ve Got Talent, Free Movie night in the Park “Napolean Dynamite”

Sunday July 3: Patriotic program, Celebrate Freedom.

Monday July 4: Free 5K/Fun Run, Parade, Festival, Entertainment Fireworks 

 

Kaysville:  See full list/times of activities HERE

Saturday July 2: Block Party

Monday July 4: Breakfast, Old Fashioned PARADE and Water Parade, Family Festival, FIREWORKS

 

Layton:  See full list/times of activities HERE and HERE

Sunday July 3: Free Liberty Concert 

Monday July 4: Fun Run/Walk, Breakfast, Parade, Concessions, Vendor booths, Entertainment, Fireworks

 

North Salt Lake:  See full list/times of activities HERE

Saturday July 2: 5K, Food Trucks, Inflatables, Sky Divers, Live Music, Fireworks

 

West Bountiful:  See list/times of activities HERE, HERE and HERE

Friday July 1: Safety Fair   FIREWORKS 10pm                                        Saturday July 2: Parade & activities

 

West Point:  See full list/times of activities HERE

Monday July 4:  Breakfast, 5k/Walk, Parade, activities, Car Show, Miss West Point, FIREWORKS, Movie in the Park (“Pixar Short films”)

 

SUMMARY of PARADES & FIREWORKS:

PARADES:

Saturday July 2nd @ 6pm: Childrens Parade in Centerville

Monday July 4th @ 8:30am:  West Point Parade

Monday July 4th @ 9am: Centerville Parade

Monday July 4th @ 9:30am: Clearfield Parade

Monday July 4th @ 10:15am: Layton Parade

Monday July 4th @ 11am: Kaysville Parade & Water Parade

FIREWORKS:

Friday July 1st @ 10pm:  West Bountiful Fireworks

Saturday July 2nd @ 9:45pm: Centerville Fireworks

Saturday July 2nd @ Dark:  North Salt Lake Fireworks

Monday July 4th @ 10pm: Clearfield Fireworks

Monday July 4th @ Dark:  Kaysville Fireworks

Monday July 4th @ Dark:  Layton Fireworks

Monday July 4th @ Dark:  West Point Fireworks

 

FREE MOVIES in the PARK for Summer 2016 updated HERE

 

**Upcoming celebrations —>>

Farmington:  Festival Days July 5-9 includes Movie Night in the Park, Parade, Festival, Fireworks, Youth Dance

Bountiful:  Handcart Days July 22-23

Clinton:  Clinton Heritage Days July 13-16

 

**Previous celebrations —>>

Syracuse – had Heritage Days June 22-25

Sunset – had Sunset Days June 24-25

 

There are many more FUN EVENTS listed in the calendar on GoDavis.biz!  Don’t forget to use the COUPONS on GoDavis.biz for savings & more fun things to do!  Easy to redeem right from your phone!!