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Parks & Rec. Dept.:
Rec. Programs: 757-4485
Reservations: 752-1310 x10

EVENTS - 2014:
May 03: Four Paws Fun Run
- 9:30am @ Elk Ridge Park
Jun 04-07: Storytelling Festival

  at the North Logan Library
- 4th: Storytelling Tours
- 5th-7th: Workshop & Festival


CITY AWARDS
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Eagle Scout Badge

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for a list of possible projects
available for Eagle Projects, Scout Projects or other Community Service
 

 

North Logan

Parks & Recreation

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2014 Summer Exercise Activity

  • Click here for the NLC 100 Miler Brochure
  • Click here for an Activity Listing Comparison
    (Minutes to Miles)

     

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DAIRY PRINCESS PAGEANT
COORDINATOR NEEDED!
North Logan is wanting to organize a Dairy Princess Pageant. In order to do this, we need a coordinator. If you are interested in coordinating, please contact the City Offices at (435) 752-1310.

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Four Paws Rescue of Utah
2nd Annual Run to Rescue

What: 5k fun run/walk
When: Saturday, May 3, 2014
Where: King Nature Park, N Logan (map)
Schedule: 9:30 am - Registration on Race Day
             10:00 am - Race/Walk begins
             11:00 am - Prize Raffle

Cost: $10 Per Person (online, before May 1)
        $15 Per Person (day of; cash, check only)
        FREE! -Friendly, leashed dogs

Join us for the 2nd Annual Run to Rescue - 5k Trail Run/Walk! Proceeds will be used to pay for pet food and veterinary bills at Four Paws Rescue. This is a great event for the whole family! Friendly, leashed dogs are welcomed to run/walk with their families. We ask that you pick up after your dog (a waste bag is provided at check-in). Although this is a non-competitive fun run, there will be a race clock to time your own efforts!

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Cache Valley Storytelling Festival - 1st Annual!
June 4th - Storytelling Tours of the Valley
June 5th-7th - Workshops and Storytelling Festival

The Cache Valley Storytelling Festival is a “Family Festival” that has a unique breadth to it that parallels its cultural heritage. In this inaugural year there will be traditional storytellers, a cowboy storyteller, a native American storyteller, a pioneer storyteller and even a mountain man storyteller.

Join the fun for wholesome “Family Entertainment” that will tickle your innards, rattle your funny bone and introduce you to a uniquely diverse cultural heritage while giving pause for earnest reflection.

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CALLING ALL 80 YEAR OLDS!
We would like to recognize the early residents of North Logan at our Pioneer Day festivities in July. If you were a resident of North Logan City when it was incorporated in 1934 and would like to be part of our festivities, please contact Alan Luce at alan@northlogancity.org or call the city offices at 435-752-1310.

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Park Facilities: Call 752-1310 ext. 10 for information
Elk Ridge (City Park) 1100 East 2500 North
Meadow View (City Park) 2720 North 300 East
King Park (City's Nature Park) - Mouth of Green Canyon
Mountain View (Owned and Operated by the LDS Church) 1100 E 2100 N

  • Park Reservation Policies Click here
  • Park Use Policies Click Here
  • Park Fees & Refund Policy
  • Park Fee Reduction/Waiver Application
  • Library Meeting Room Reservation Policies Click here

  • Senior Citizen Organization:

    • Contact the North Logan City Offices for information on North Logan's Senior Citizens' activities.  They normally meet once a month on the second Monday of each month for a luncheon at 12:00 noon.

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