New events along with traditional favorites promise to make next week’s Heritage Days in Nibley the best yet according to co-chair Malaya Roundy. Thursday on KVNU’s Crosstalk show, Roundy, who is co-chair along with Jill Galloway, said things get started Monday with sidewalk art then at 6 p.m. Nibley residents will gather for a new “Citizens for Service” project that will help them give back to their community.
“We are having three events where we can plant trees,” Roundy said. “We have a Morgan Farm that the city owns, just a small 7-acre farm, but we’re beautifying that area and then we’re also working on a neighborhood park.”
Roundy said Heritage Week also includes a concert in the park with fireworks, a children’s play on Thursday and Friday, a mayor’s dinner on Friday and a whole slate of activities Saturday which will include a parade, benefit breakfast, hot dog contest, bake-off and an exciting new “Heritage Man” competition.