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The Health and Fitness Fair is held the third Saturday in January at the Legacy Center and features FREE vision screening, hearing screening, spinal checks, fitness tests, and blood pressure checks. Also available are information booths, face painting, balloons for the children, prizes, and giveaways every half-hour. Sign up for your annual Legacy Center Pass and receive a 20% discount! Click here for more information.
The Library Gala is an annual fundraiser for the library that features great family entertainment. The proceeds from this event are put into the Francis Comer Fund and the annual interest is used by the library. For more information about the Library Gala click here.
Easter Egg Hunt
Lehi City holds an annual Easter Egg Hunt. There will be designated areas by age group for infant-3, 4-6, 7-9, and 10-12. There will also be an area designated for children with special needs. Each area will three prize eggs. The children who find the prize eggs will receive special prizes. Don’t forget to bring an Easter basket!
Lehi Old Folks’ Party
The Lehi City Old Folks party is typically held in April at Lehi High School. The party is for anyone 60 and older (including spouses). It is a great time to renew acquaintances and make new friends. As we continue to grow in this community, it will become even more important to be able to come together and see those we seldom get to meet. If you would like to help or have any questions please contact Julie Allen at 801.602.0862.
Beautify Lehi Month
Beautify Lehi has expanded to all of April and is now Beautify Lehi Month! Join residents, city employees, and elected officials for Beautify Lehi Month as we take pride in our community. Participate in a city-sponsored project or get a group together and do your own beautification project. Giveaways are also available. Click here for more information.
The Lehi Expo is a chance for you to come out and get to know your government! City elected officials, administration, and department and divisions have information booths dedicated to informing our citizens. Prizes and hot dogs are given away. The Fire and Police Departments also have demonstrations. It’s definitely an event you don’t want to miss. Mark you calendars for the last Thursday in April from 4-7 p.m.
Memorial Day Event
Come honor our veterans at our Memorial Day Program held at the Lehi City cemetery. The event is organized by the Post 19 American Legion, Lehi City Arts, and Lehi City.
Arts in the Park
The Lehi Round-Up Celebration is held the last full week of June. Visit the Round-Up page for the latest details.
Fireworks are a yearly tradition in Lehi during the city’s Independence Day celebration. Don’t miss this display of light at Thanksgiving Point. Admission is free. Fireworks start just south of Electric Park.
Lehi celebrates Pioneer Day by spraying foam everywhere! The annual event includes live music, vendor booths, bounce houses, food, and more. Vendor information available here.
Lehi Heritage Day is held on Labor Day every year and celebrates Lehi History. Each year showcases a different historic area of Lehi. More information available here.
The Halloween Party is held every year at the Legacy Center on the Friday before Halloween. The night features candy, games, a spook-alley, storytelling, and more. Admission is $3.50 per child or $14 per family. Discounts given for advanced sales. Rockwall climbing, pictures, and a sloppy-joe dinner available for an additional charge. Click here for more information.
While you’re out having Halloween fun, don’t forget to come and trick or treat on Main Street. Businesses and Lehi City will have booths beginning at Hutch’s Home Furnishings. Hosted by the Lehi Area Chamber of Commerce. The event is Halloween night from 4-6 p.m. along Historic Main Street.
Lehi City works with Standing Quietly for our Veterans Day event held on the 5th East Bridge.
Family week is a great week full of activities for everyone in the family. It is held the week of Thanksgiving and includes a performance group, discounts to local businesses, and more. Family Week also includes the Santa Parade and a Square dance The parade takes place the Saturday after Thanksgiving at 5 p.m. and runs from Lehi High School to the Main Street Plaza. It concludes with a tree lighting ceremony, free hot chocolate and cookies, visits with Santa. Following the parade join us at the Legacy Center at the North Gym for a Square Dance! The dance will run from 6-9 p.m. and is free with a donation of a canned good. Please see the Family Week page for information on all of the events that week.