Monday, July 24th Pioneer Day Activity Schedule

The City of Enterprise is the place to be for Pioneer day. The events are all day and sure to be an exciting day. For those who are in New Beryl or New Castle, you can also enjoy a parade, program, and lunch.

ENTERPRISE

Fun Run: The annual Fun Run will be held Monday morning. Busses will leave the Church Square by 6:00 AM to take runners to the starting line. Race starts at 6:30AM. Funds benefit the EHS Cross Country Team.
 
Scout Pancake Breakfast: All you can eat Pancake Breakfast
Held at the LDS Enterprise Stake Center – Church Square Pavilion. Breakfast is served from 7AM and finishes up at 9AM.
2 & Under Free, Children (2-11) $2, Adult (12 & up) $4. Pancake eating contest $5.
 
Parade: The parade begins at 9:30AM -Theme ““Rooted in our past, growing in our future” (If you are in the parade begin lining up at 9AM) The parade is along Main Street, beginning at approximately 400 East Main.
 
Pioneer Day Commemoration Program: Beginning immediately following the parade at approximately 10AM. The program will be held at the LDS Stake Center Cultural Hall in Enterprise.
 
DUP Bake Sale: Held at the DUP building until goodies are gone.
 
Fundraiser Lunch: LDS Stake Center Pavilion begins at 11:30AM and will go through out the races. The funds help the Enterprise 4th ward young men and young women.
 
Annual Foot Races: Foot races are held at the LDS Stake Center Church Square and begin at 2PM. Races are for families to come out and enjoy watching your children race against one another in their same age groups. They even have some silly races for adults after the kids are all tired out.
 
Enterprise Stickhorse little Buckaroo Rodeo: Sign ups at 6:30PM and Rodeo starts at 7PM. Trophies will be given to first place winners (Baked good sale)
 

NEW CASTLE

Parade begins at 10:30AM
Pioneer day Program to follow
Lunch $5 a plate/$20 family

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