Cleveland Days 2018 Schedule Packed with Three Fun-Filled Days


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Thursday 19th   Pioneer Night at O’Ville Pioneer Village

Bring lawn chairs, blanket, umbrella for sun, hopefully not rain! (Contact Roxanne Jensen 435-749-9227)

5 p.m. Tour the cabins, wagon rides, crafts, Spinning Demonstration from wool to yarn by Cassie Jensen.

5:30 p.m. History of O’Ville by Owen Olsen Dutch Oven Contest entries due . . . main dish, dessert, etc.

**Help us make sure there’s enough food for everyone!  Please bring a dessert, chili or any dish (even if you don’t want it judged in the contest) and get one free ticket to Saturday breakfast.

6 p.m. Free Dinner!  Cowboy Poetry by Darce Guymon.  Prizes awarded for Dutch Oven Contest entries.

7 p.m. Stick Horse Showdeo (Bring your own stick horse)  Categories include: Flag Race, Pleasure, Scurry, Long Barrels, Candy Grab, Boot Race.   Sign up sheets for Showdeo at KFJ C-Store and Cleveland Library

9:15 p.m.  MOVIE AT THE PARK . . . “Wonder” starring Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson, Jacob Tremblay

Bring blankets, lawn chairs, or whatever makes you comfy!  Concessions by Youth City Council

Friday, July 20th   Kid’s Day at the Park with “Soda Pop The Clown”  (For Ages 1-11)

Noon to 3 p.m. Pizza and lemonade served until it’s gone!  Bounce Houses, Face Paint, Balloon Animals & a Magic Show by Soda Pop The Clown.  Contact Darcey Powell 435-749-2447 or Patty Hansen 435-749-1501   Chalk The Walk (Sidewalk art contest with prizes. Contact Tonya Clifford 435-609-9660)

5 p.m. Bike Races: Town Park.  HELMETS REQUIRED (Contact Carson & Bridgit Grimm 435-749-2314)

6 p.m. Lamb Fry $8.00 per plate or $35.00 per immediate family (**living under one roof**).  Discount of $5.00 per plate or $25.00 per family will be given if you bring a pot luck dish for the meal.

8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Dance Featuring “Shovelhead Jack” Band   (No charge but donations accepted)

Concessions will be sold by Youth City Council.  Concession stand will close at 11 p.m.

Saturday July 21st     ”RISE AND SHINE”  Cannon Blast by Mayor Taylor at 6 a.m.!

6:30 a.m. Fun Run Sponsored by TSJ Construction   (Contact Tara Hurst 435-749-0286)

Registration will begin at 6 a.m. for those who did not pre-register for the run. Registration forms available at the town office or online.  Early registration insures that you’ll receive a T-Shirt.  If you wait and register at the park, shirts will be given first come first served until they’re gone.

Prizes for winning boy and girl in each age group: 0 to 12, 13 to 24, and age 25 and older.

7 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. Breakfast At The Park  ($5.00 per plate or $20.00 immediate family)

9 a.m. Flag Ceremony by Boy Scouts of America (Contact Kendall O’Neil 435-650-5836)

10 a.m. Parade Line Up LDS church parking lot  (Contact Melissa Allred 435-749-2478)

11 a.m. Grand Parade (No children’s parade. Kids are welcome to present an entry in grand parade).

12:30 p.m.  Food and Fun at the Park  1 p.m. airplane drop, 1:30 Old Fashioned Races and Games.

Horseshoe Tournament  (Entry fee $5.00 per person. Contact Zac Powell to sign up 435-609-0607)

6 p.m. Vendors Open at School Grounds *FOOD, *Music by Boombox Entertainment

7:30 pm Royalty Talent Showcase

9:30 p.m. FIREWORKS (Bring blankets, lawn chairs)

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