It’s a busy weekend with Father’s Day, Summerfest, the opening of the Lyric Repertory season and quite a few trail runs this Saturday.
The Caine Lyric Theatre is home of the Lyric Repertory Company and their 2018 summer season kicks off Friday with Jane Austen’s classic love story “Sense & Sensibility.” Other productions this season include “Peter and the Starcatcher”, “Grey Gardens” and “Macbeth”. Each has its own opening weekend, while other productions run in repertory.
The Lyric season gets under way this weekend, but there are a few other theater productions to check out as well. Cache Theater Company presents “Once on this Island”, performed at Skylor Pond at Willow Park. Performances are Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
Four Seasons Theatre Company presents “Peter Pan” at Sky View High School. Performances are Friday and Saturday evening at 7:30 with a Saturday matinee at 1.
Artists, unique crafts, delicious food and music fills the air this weekend with Summerfest. The juried art event takes place Thursday through Saturday on the grounds of the Logan Tabernacle.
The Cherry Peak concert series kicks off this weekend with legendary country band Restless Heart on Thursday. The band has four gold records and six number one hits. The concert starts at 7 p.m.
Run or cycle at the 5th annual Logan Trails Festival this Saturday. BBQ at the park, live music and bike rodeo at Merlin Olsen Central Park starting at 8 a.m. It also includes the Urban Trail Run, 10 miles on six urban trails through four city parks.
Or, if you’re looking for something a little more intense, the Logan Peak Trail Run is Saturday. The 28-mile trail run starts at Hyrum Gibbons Mt. Logan Park at 6 a.m.
If you’re more interested in carnage this weekend, check out the Father’s Day Trash Car Race at the Cache County Fairgrounds. Gates open at 5:30 p.m.
You can have fun while you help raise funds to provide care for seniors at the 4th annual Sunshine Swing. It’s speed croquet in teams of six sharing one ball and one mallet on obstacle style courses. The fun starts at 12 noon at the Old Crookston Homestead.
Come see the hot rods, listen to live music and get some great food off the grill at the annual Father’s Day Car Show at Lee’s Marketplace in Logan. All food proceeds benefit The Family Place.
There’s a lot going on this weekend, and if you’d like to know more details visit our calendar page.