WASHINGTON CITY – Cotton Days 2013, celebrating the rich history of Washington City with a variety of fun family-friendly events, will be held April 26 to May 4.
- April 26
9 p.m. – Youth foam dance sponsored by the Washington City Youth Council at the Historical Museum. $10 entry. All proceeds will go to support grad night at Desert Hills High School and Pine View High School.
- April 27
7 a.m. – 5K Family Fun Run starting at Veterans Park and winding through the streets of downtown Washington City.
9 a.m. – Cotton Fest at Veterans Park. The main event of Cotton Days features vendor booths, games, food and live entertainment.
9 a.m. – Cotton Days Parade on Telegraph Street.
9 a.m. – Relay races at Veterans Park.
10 a.m. – Car show at Veterans Park.
10 a.m. – Pioneer Games at Veterans Park.
10 a.m. – Tractor pull at Veterans Park.
2 p.m. – Family softball tournament at the Washington City Baseball Fields.
8:30 p.m. – Movie in the Park. “Rise of the Guardians” will be shown at Veterans Park
- April 28
7 p.m. – Past Washington City mayors will be honored at the Historical Museum, followed by an Images of Faith Fireside and a presentation from Lynne Clark.
- April 29
6 p.m. – The fifth anniversary of the Washington City Community Center will be celebrated with a Western-style family-friendly party at the WCCC.
- April 30
6 p.m. – Barrel racing at Millcreek Ranch.
6 p.m. – Ice cream social at the Historical Museum.
- May 2
6 p.m. – Youth fishing derby at Razor Ridge Fishery.
- May 3
5 p.m. – Team sorting at Millcreek Ranch
7 p.m. – Dusk ‘Til Dawn softball tournament at the Washington City Baseball Fields.
- May 4
8 a.m. – Ironman Breakfast at the vacant lot north of Interstate-15 on Main Street and Buenavista. A free breakfast will be served by the city council for community members as they watch and cheer on participants in the Ironman St. George.
11 a.m. – Junior rodeo at Millcreek Ranch.
Submitted by: Washington City