Aug 26: First Day of School. Visit wsd.net for the most up to date information regarding the COVID-19 response to returning to school.
The Southwest Branch Library is open and ready to serve the public. To support social distancing efforts, Weber County Library programs have moved online. New content is available weekly at weberpl.org, as well as the Library’s social media channels. Like them at facebook.com/weberpl or follow them at webercountylibrary on Instagram.
ONLINE PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN & TEENS
Silly Story Time: New Videos on Mondays | Ages 12 & Under
Storytime for Littles: New Videos on Tuesdays | Ages 5-10
STEAM Stream: New Videos on Wednesdays | Ages 12 & Under
Teen Book Talks: New Videos on Fridays | Ages 12-18
Children’s Summer Reading
(Imagine Your Story)
June 1 – Aug 10: Videos
Available on Thursdays
Ages 12 and under – Weber County Library invites you to explore the world of fantasy and science fiction this summer! Bring your reading log into any Weber County Library location to get it signed off by them. Read books, fill out your log, and collect prizes all summer long.
Teen Summer Reading: Hero’s Quest
June 1 – Aug 10
Ages 12-18 – Embark on a quest for the ages as you read books, complete challenges, and earn prizes fit for an adventuring hero.
Adult Summer Reading
(Imagine Your Story)
June 1 – Aug 10
Ages 18 and up – Weber County Library challenges you to read fantasy titles all summer long. Read and enter to win weekly prizes.
Roy Days is POSTPONED UNTIL 2021
Roy City has an extensive Virtual Recreation Center available at Royutah.org. There are indoor activities, outdoor activities, and resources for Senior adults. Roy City wants to stay connected with residents, so share what you’re up to with them on social media!
PARKS & RECREATION
Aug 3: 1st day of Tackle Football Practice
Aug 22: 1st Day of Tackle Football Games
Aug 10: September Swim Lesson Registration on line.
FUN THINGS TO DO
Double Check the status of the events online as dates draw closer. Some events may be cancelled.
Aug 1: Steven Cubed @ Peery’s Egyptian Theater 7 p.m.
Aug 3 – 8: Antelope Island Spiderfest – VIRTUAL visit https://stateparks.utah.gov/parks/antelope-island/2020-spider-festival-virtual-version/ for more details
Aug 5 – 8: Weber County Fair. Visit webercountyfair.org for more information.
Aug 12: Ogden River Clean-Up with the Weber State Outdoor Program 6 p.m. Email OutdoorProgram@weber.edu to register.
Aug 14: Backpack & School Supplies Giveaway. at Alpine Church, Riverdale 5050 S. 1275 W., 5 – 7 p.m. The student and a guardian need to both be present to receive the supplies. If you’d like to donate items, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Aug 20: Alice in Wonderland at Perry’s Egyptian Theater 7 – 9 p.m.
Aug 22: TedX Ogden @ Peery’s Egyptian Theater 7 – 9 p.m.
Aug 29: Weber State Womens Soccer versus Utah State @ WSU 7 p.m.
Stay connected with the Ogden Nature Center virtually. On their Facebook page, they post their Wild Wednesdays discussions. All summer camps listed on the calendar on-line are happening.
NATIONAL PARKS UPDATE:
Arches National Park roads, trails, park store, and restrooms are open. The visitor center, campground, and Fiery Furnace remain closed. Canyonlands National Park roads, trails, park stores, and restrooms are open. Visitor centers remain closed. Entrance fees are being collected. Capitol Reef National Park is fully open with implementation of our final phased resumption in operations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The visitor center and Gifford House are open with social distancing measures in place. In Zion National Park, Kolob Canyons Area, Scenic Drive, and Visitor Center are temporarily closed to all traffic. Park shuttles have resumed modified operations-tickets required. Book tickets in advance on Recreation.gov. Private vehicles are not allowed on the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive when shuttles are in operation. Bryce Canyon is increasing recreational access and services. Visit nps.gov for more details.