The City of Logan was incorporated 150 years ago, on January 17, 1866. In honor of this momentous occasion the City’s Sesquicentennial Committee has planned a series of events. We’d like to invite the community to join us on "a trail through time" as we celebrate our history and culture.
Sesquicentennial Poem by Poet Laureate Star Coulbrooke
Star Coulbrooke, Poet Laureate of Logan City, has conducted 28 poetry events since her inauguration on May 19, 2015. She teaches poetry writing and directs the Writing Center at Utah State University, coordinates the twice-monthly Helicon West Reading Series at the Logan Library and leads a weekly poetry writing group. She has taught poetry workshops for victims of violence, river activists, and elementary school children, also for organizations such as the League of Utah Writers, the Utah State Poetry Society, and the National Federation of the Blind. Her work is published in dozens of literary journals and anthologies across the nation. Her book, Walking the Bear, published by Outlaw Artists Press, is available digitally through the University of Utah Library. To book an event, purchase other chapbooks, or request an interview, contact email@example.com.
Please join us for all of the celebratory events
scheduled throughout the year:
February through December - Historical Photo Display at the Logan Library
May - Month of Service and Elementary Essay Contest Winners Announced
June - Logan Trails Festival at Merlin Olsen Central Park
July 1 - Freedom Fire at USU’s Maverik Stadium
July 25 - Pioneer Day Parade and Celebration at Willow Park
August - Target Shooting Competition
August - Movie in the Park
September - Golf Tournament at Logan River Golf Course
October - Pickleball Tournament
Please check back regularly for updated event details!