Starting with the ninth annual Logan Lions Club Pancake Breakfast and ending with fireworks at dark, Logan City’s Pioneer Day celebration promises to have something for everyone to enjoy. Deb Harvey, program information representative for the Logan Parks and Recreation Department, says all of the events will be held at Willow Park except for the parade which starts at 100 West on Center Street, goes all the way down Center Street and on to the park.
On KVNU’s Crosstalk show Harvey said the afternoon activities include a horseshoe tournament, three-on-three basketball, open grass volleyball, family Bingo, a watermelon-eating contest and a lot more.
“And at 6:15 we have Saddle Strings, which is a country-western group. They are local; they are from Utah. We’re excited to have them. At 8 p.m. our headliner is Nathan Osmond. He is the son of Allan Osmond of the famous Osmond Brothers. He is a country singer and he states that he is Donnie and Mary Osmond’s favorite nephew.”
Harvey says everything is free and everyone is invited to attend. <a target=”_blank” href=”http://www.loganutah.org/parks_and_rec/dept_information/images/Special_Events/LoganCityPioneerDayCelebration.pdf”>Click here</a> for a complete schedule of events for Logan City’s Pioneer Day celebration.