Community Reminisces at Canyon Days Celebration


Past coal camp workers and their families gathered at Helper City Park to reminisce with friends and past co-workers at Canyon Days on Saturday.

Everyone who worked or lived in coals camps including Winter Quarters, Clear Creek, Castle Gate and a variety of other mines were welcome at the 23rd reunion at Canyon Days. The event featured a raffle, lunch and plenty of time to visit.

Tracy Collins commented that for future Caynon Days celebrations, any person from any county in Utah that has worked or lived in a coal camp is welcome at the event. Canyon Days is annually celebrated on the second Saturday in August. Festivities start at 11:30 a.m.


One Reply to “Community Reminisces at Canyon Days Celebration”

  1. Tracy C. says:

    Thank you ETV10 for your nice article, I had no idea anyone would be there. It was our 23rd reunion and it was for anyone would worked or lived in the coal camps of Carbon County. Actually I would like to extend an invitation to ANYONE in ANY county the lived or worked in the coal camps to our next reunions. It is always held on the second Saturday of every August and begins at 11:30. To put your name on our mailing list or for more information, please contact me, Tracy Collins at 435-650-0194 or 69 B Street, Helper, UT 84526. And again, thank you…

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