A guided walking tour of Historic Downtown Logan, a noon concert by the Westminster Bell Choir in the Logan Tabernacle, and special displays at such places as City Hall and the Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museum.Those are among the activities that will be happening Saturday, June 6th as Logan celebrates its Sesquicentennial. There is a special program that evening at 7:00 in the Tabernacle featuring as speakers LDS Apostle Quentin C. Cook, USU Vice President for Advancement Ross Peterson and Historian Ken Godfrey who is completing a book on “The History of Logan” spanning the last 150 years. The Cache Children’s Choir will also be singing a Logan Tribute performance of “Blessed Canyon Home.”
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