What's October without a little Halloween preparation? Lucinda the witch stops by to talk about the treats... and tricks of Witch Fest.
Even though it's not quite October, the Grace Lutheran Church in Sandy celebrates German heritage with Oktoberfest, and it's fun for the whole family.
It's a tradition that dates back more than 100 years-Brigham City Peach Days! Peach Days has been going on since 1904 and every year the event gets bigger. What can you expect? You can expect on of the largest car shows with over 900 cars, over 200 vendors with over 30 food vendors...and of course, peaches galore.
Are you ready for some bluegrass and barbeque? A free concert series kicks off tonight at the Natural History Museum of Utah at the Rio Tinto Center.
Who is ready for some arts and crafts? The 6th Annual Craft Lake City DIY Festival kicks off today and last through Saturday night. The festival will feature over 200 exhibitors, over 40 local performers and best of all, craft food!
By now you know about the Park City Arts Festival taking place this weekend. But did you know it's much more than an art show? The festival includes activities for kids, concerts, movies, and different food tastings...oh, and did we mention chocolate?
Coming up in just a couple up weeks is the 6th Annual Craft Lake City DIY Festival Presented by Harmons. The two-day event is put on to educate, promote and inspire local artisans while elevating the creative culture of the Utah arts community through science, technology and art.
There's a big weekend shaping up at Thanksgiving Point. They will host a festival dedicated to Utah's favorite food-Jell-O.
It's the 38th year of the Utah Arts Festival, and the event goes on all weekend long. Kelsey Richardson and Mariusz Rynkiewicz brought some art by the studio and discussed the festival.
It's that time of year again, the Utah Arts festival kicked off Thursday and goes until Sunday.