FARMINGTON — Bowling lessons, track and field clinics, and National Trails Day.
These are just a few things being offered through the spring and summer months as the weather begins to heat up in Davis County.
First, Farmington Recreation started a new class for all ages at the Boondocks Fun Center in Kaysville. Bowling lessons for June, July and August sessions are currently being offered for youth ages 8 to 16. Each session costs $48 for residents and $53 for non-residents. Costs include five lessons and a three-hour pass to the Boondocks.
Farmington is also offering a track and field clinic on the weekend of June 11. Those who attend will get an opportunity to learn on the Davis High Track, culminating in the Hershey’s Track Meet on June 15 at Davis High School.
Registration will run up until the first day of the clinic and is for youth ages 8 to 14. The cost is $35 for the clinic, and the Hershey’s Meet is free to participate in.
Residents are also encouraged to visit the Legacy Events Center for a celebration of National Trails Day. The celebration and hike will begin at 10 a.m. on June 1 and all who are interested may attend at no cost.
Snacks and prizes will be given and trail booths in Kaysville, Layton Clearfield and Clinton will be available.
The hike will take place on the Denver & Rio Grand Western (D&RGW) Historic Trail.
For more information visit farmington.utah.gov or visit the main office at 160 S. Main in Farmington.