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  • Orem Summerfest 2011

    Schedule of eventsSchedule of events >> ThurSday, June 9 >> friday, June 10Nite-Golf & Dinner Outing Boutique

    Arts in the Park

    Kids Crafts

    Carnival

    Where: Cascade Golf Gourse, 1313 E. 800 NorthWhen: 4:30 p.m., shotgun start at 5:30 p.m.Cost: $50, includes 18 holes of golf, cart, dinner

    and nite-golf suppliesWhat: 18 holes of golf with a steak barbecue.

    The event is a four-person scramble. Nine holes with a riding cart will be played on the mountain nine followed by a barbecue steak dinner, after which another nine holes of golf will be played on the valley nine using glow-in-the-dark golf balls and supplies (hence, Nite-Golf).

    Reservations: Call Cascade at (801) 225-6677. Reservations are required.

    Where: City Center Park, 400 East and 75 NorthWhen: Noon-8 p.m.

    Where: City Center CourtyardWhen: 11 a.m.-8 p.m.Cost: FreeWhat: Featuring more than 40 Utah artists, 337 Project Art Truck, live demonstrations and art for sale. This event is resented by the Orem Arts Council.

    Where: North pavilion, City Center Park, 400 East and 75 NorthWhen: 2-4 p.m.Cost: Free

    Where: City Center Park, 400 East and 75 NorthWhen: 2-10:30 p.m.

    File photo

    This year, Orem Summerfest is honoring the boards of the SCERA and Hale Center Theater Orem is the 2011 Grand Marshals. The theme for 2011s celebration is All the Worlds a Stage and the committee felt they fit perfectly.

    SCERA was created in 1933, envisioned as a place for neighbors and families to come together, create friendships and have fun. That small idea has grown into a nonprofit organization dedicated to the arts, family and to youth, and is now one of Utah Valleys arts leaders.

    More than 400 teens, adults and seniors serve annually at SCERA facilities by sharing talents, learning skills an developing a lifelong love of community service. More than 500 volunteer cast members perform in their stage productions, giving more than 172,000 hours of service each year.

    The historic SCERA Center for the Arts opened in 1941, and houses theaters, exhibit space and educational programs. The SCERA Shell Outdoor Theatre is a one-of-a-kind outdoor venue for summer evening entertainment now

    in its 27th year. Hale Center Theater Orem

    was founded in 1990 by Ruth and Nathan Hale. In those 21 years, the theater has welcomed more than 1 million theatergoers. Each year sees more than 90,000 patrons attending one of 350 performances of one of seven productions.

    The theater format is theater-in-the-round, with 280-300 available seats depending on the show, and the stage itself is only about 250 square feet. But thanks to the intimate nature of the space, audiences are brought right into the emotion of

    the performance. With state-of-the-art lighting and sound, plus a dedication to excellence in costuming and props, HCTO consistently attracts the best directors and acting talent in the state.

    HCTO has received several recognitions from the Daily Heralds annual Best of Utah Valley, praises from the Deseret News, Salt Lake Tribune and Playbill.com, an internationally recognized premier theater news outlet, which listed 110 in the Shade as one of the Top Six Theater Events in the Nation in 2010.

    Honoring the stages of Orem as Grand MarshalsOrem Summerfest also recognizes junior high students who stand out from the crowd. They are:

    Nate Bradley, Oak Canyon Junior High SchoolT.J. Lopez, Canyon View Junior High SchoolDavid Manzo, Orem Junior High SchoolJaneth Rendon, Lakeridge Junior High SchoolEstevan Reyes, Lakeridge Junior High SchoolBridgette Swensen, Canyon View Junior High SchoolEden Whipple, Oak Canyon Junior High SchoolTina Wimmer, Orem Junior High School

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    Schedule of eventsSchedule of events >> friday, June 10 >> friday, June 10Food Booths Airmed Helicopter

    Entertainment in the Park

    Where: City Center Park, 400 East and 75 NorthWhen: Noon-10 p.m.What: All of your carnival favorites like funnel cakes, scones,

    ice cream, snow cones, cotton candy and popcorn. There are also meals including hamburgers, hot dogs, barbecue, steak, Hawaiian food, kabobs, corn on the cob, quesadillas and more.

    Where: City Center Park, 400 East and 75 NorthWhen: 2-9 p.m.Cost: Free

    Where: City Center Park, 400 East and 75 NorthWhen: 11 a.m.-8:30 p.m.Cost: Free

    VendorsChurro Brothers

    Steak and Everything Grill

    The Original Bamboo Hut

    Dominos Pizza

    Pacos Gourmet Quesadillas

    La Carreta Peruvian Restaurant

    Tastebuds

    Best Fry Breads and Navajo Tacos

    Vics Tri Tip

    The Hungry Hawaiian

    Culinary Designs

    Unique Things

    Way Out West Ice Cream

    Drizzled Delights

    Gourmet Nuts

    Orem Golden Kiwanis Club

    Pucker Up

    Cascade Snow

    Tornado Fries

    Lulus Italian Ice

    Texas Twister

    Majestic Old Fashioned Soda

    >> SaTurday, June 11Rotary Club Breakfast

    Firefighters 5K Run

    Where: City Center Park, South PavilionWhen: 8 a.m.What: All-you-can-eat pancake breakfast. Cost: $5 per person, $20 per family

    Where: Orem City CenterWhen: 7-9 a.m.Cost: Pre-registration is $20 through June 10. Pre-register at

    the Orem Fire Division, 95 E. Center St., Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Same-day registration is $25 at the start location from 7-7:40 a.m.

    TRAVELWISE TO GETTHE BEST OF THE FEST

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    Schedule of eventsSchedule of events >> SaTurday, June 11Tour de HabitatWhere: Vineyard Elementary School, 620 E. Holdaway RoadWhen: 8 a.m. (Lakes and Peaks) and 5:30 p.m. (Family Ride)What: The 3rd annual Tour de Habitat Lakes to Peaks bike ride

    is the official cycling event for this years Summerfest. The charity ride benefits Habitat for Humanity of Utah Countys affordable housing program. Rides are available for all skill levels. Choose from three routes with fully supported pit stops along the way.

    Cost: $25 ($30 day of the event) per person for the Lakes or Peaks routes, and $5 per person for the Family Ride. Riders receive a T-shirt, water and snacks, tickets to an upcoming Owlz game and other fun giveaways and prizes.

    Registration: Visit www.habitatuc.org to pre-register, or at Vineyard Elementary School the day of the event.

    RoutesThe Lakes Route: A 20-mile ride around Orem city starting and ending at Vineyard Elementary School. Visit www.bikely.com/maps/bike-path/Habitat-Lake-to-Peak-20-mile-route

    The Peaks Route: Begins at Vineyard Elementary School, goes up Provo Canyon, then riders choose to climb one, two or all three of these peaks: Squaw Peak, South Fork and Sundance. Ends back at Vineyard Elementary School. Summiting all three peaks will challenge even the hardest-core rider. Visit www.bikely.com/maps/bike-path/Habitat-Lake-to-Peaks-65-mile-route

    Family Ride: Starts at 5:30 p.m. for families with children, ride the Summerfest parade Route together as part of pre-parade activities. Participants receive reserved seating for parade viewing.

    >> SaTurday, June 11

    Boutique

    Baby Contest

    Where: City Center Park, 400 East and 75 NorthWhen: 10 a.m.-10 p.m.

    Where: Orem Senior Friendship Center, 93 N. 400 EastWhen: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. You must be present to winCost: Online registration is $12 per child; at the door, $15Info: Visit http://summerfest.orem.org for schedule and categories

    Food BoothsWhere: City Center Park, 400 East and 75 NorthWhen: Noon-10 p.m.

    Kids Crafts

    Car Show

    Where: North pavilion, City Center Park, 400 East and 75 NorthWhen: 10 a.m.-1 p.m.Cost: Free

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