Lehi Historical Society and Archives

The purpose of the Lehi Historical Society and Archives is to collect, obtain, record, preserve, protect, educate, and promote the History of Lehi and its peoples, and to document Lehi’s impact on the American West, yesterday, today and forever.

The Lehi Historical Society and Archives is a nonprofit organization. For more information about the society and Lehi’s history, visit

Celebrate Lehi’s history at Heritage Day on Labor Day

Whether you are a newbie to Lehi or you’ve lived here all of your life, Lehi Heritage Day is a fun way to learn about the people and industries that helped make Lehi what it is today.

With the theme of Early Industry, the community is invited to dress up in period dress, or not, and enjoy the day’s events, which will go as follows:

2 p.m.—Showcase Parade. Heritage Day honorees will ride up Main Street from 400 East to Center Street, where they will turn north and end in front of the Legacy Center.

Following the parade, the Celebration of Heritage Day Honorees will commence at the Walk of Fame Garden outside of the Legacy Center.

4-7 p.m.—Lehi Heritage Day festivities begin at the Legacy Center. There will be displays, exhibits, entertainment, homemade hamburgers, a classic car show and more.

For more information, check out our website at or contact The Lehi Historical Society and Archives at 34 E. 100 North or 801-768-1570.




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