Can you imagine running 200 miles with some of your friends? That’s exactly what’s going on this weekend with the Ragnar Wasatch Back. Relay teams from all over begin their 200-mile journey at USU and head south through the Wasatch back, and, for the first time ever, end in Kamas.
Relay teams will be heading out in waves throughout the day, starting early Friday morning. So, if you live in the south end of Cache Valley, cheer on all the runners and their support vehicles.
If you live in the north end of Cache Valley, cheer on the cyclists participating in the Little Red Riding Hood event on Saturday. This non-competitive ride – for women only – raises money to fight cancer and will feature courses of varying lengths, all starting in Lewiston.
The political season is upon us. A debate between Republican candidates for Utah House District 4 is Thursday night at Mount Logan Middle School. Greg Merrill and Dan Johnson will discuss the issues and outline their visions starting at 6 p.m. as they gear up for a June primary election.
Do you like yard sales? The GE Women’s Network of GE Healthcare is hosting a yard sale to benefit the Society of Women Engineers Scholarship Fund. The yard sale is Saturday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 925 West 1800 South in Logan.
What better way to kick off summer than with Hot Wheels and Hot Dogs? It’s a big annual fundraiser for the Hyrum Museum, where you can listen to great music, see beautiful classic cars, and enter to win amazing prizes. About a thousand people are expected to attend, and the fun begins Saturday at 10 a.m.
A lot of activities for Smithfield Health Days got rained out, and they have been rescheduled for this weekend. All the booths, all the entertainment, the games and fireworks will be taking place at Forester Acres park Saturday, beginning at 5 o’clock.