Mark your calendars—the 10th annual Lehi Heritage Day is Labor Day, Sept. 4, from 2:30-6 p.m., at the Legacy Center at 123 N. Center. This year’s theme is, “The Roaring 1920s.” Hosted by the Lehi Historical Society, the city-sponsored event is free and for the public.
The event honors Lehi’s beautiful past while celebrating those who are making history today with their significant acts of service in Lehi. From displays, activities, and a car show to the celebration of our 2023 Lehi Heritage Day honorees, the event has something for everyone.
The day will go as follows:
2:30 p.m. – Showcase Parade featuring the 2023 honorees on Center Street from Wine’s Park to the Legacy Center.
3 p.m. – Honoree Celebration with the Mayor and City Council at the Legacy Center. Seating is limited; bring a lawn chair. Honorees will be presented with their own brick in the Walk of Fame Garden.
4-6 p.m. -“The Roaring 1920s” in the North Gym. Displays and activities will bring to life the year’s theme featuring life in Lehi during the 1920s. Twenty historic homes will be featured and Chick-fil-A will be for sale.
Meet and Greet with the honorees in the Senior Center at the Legacy Center.
Classic Car and Bike Show in the east parking lot with overflow at the Lehi Library. Entry fee $10. First 20 cars to pay fee ride in parade and have reserved spot.
The Lehi Heritage Day 2023 Honorees are:
Gary and Carolyn Laney Cooper
Dan and Mary Curtis
Katherine “Kate” Fern Daly
John Jay and Kinna Harris
Dean and Etana Gammon Larsen
Ronald C. and Mary Anne Peck
Glade L. and Kay Peterson
Keith and Suzanne Stewart Pulham
For more information on Lehi Heritage Day or to volunteer or participate, please contact the historical society at 801- 768-1570, email@example.com or lehihistory.com.