4025 S. Hwy 89-91
Wellsville, UT 84339
Wellsville, UT 84339
April 7-9, 2011 10am – 5pm
$8 Adults / $7 Students-Military-Seniors / $6 Kids 3-11
Northern Utah’s favorite springtime event is here again. Cuddly animals, living history, demonstration, vendors, pony and train rides, and the return of the baby bears. You don’t want to miss it this year. Come and join us for another great time with this new generation of baby animals.
Here’s a quick schedule of only some of the activities we have planned on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday:
10:30 am Willow Park Zoo on Performance Stage
11:00 am Lil Buckaroo Rodeo on Rodeo Grounds (sign up to participate in mutton bustin’, greased pig chase, and others)
11:30 am Cowboy Gunfight at the Mercantile
12:00 pm Shooting of the Candy Cannon on the Festival Grounds
12:30 pm Sheep-shearing by hand at the Pioneer Site/Cache Community Band on Performance Stage (Saturday only)
1:00 pm Lil Buckaroo Rodeo on Rodeo Grounds (sign up to participate in mutton bustin’, greased pig chase, and others)
1:30 pm Cowboy Gunfight at the Mercantile
2:00 pm Shooting of the Candy Cannon on the Festival Grounds
2:30 pm Search and Rescue Dogs Demonstration on Performance Stage
3:00 pm Lil Buckaroo Rodeo on Rodeo Grounds (sign up to participate in mutton bustin’, greased pig chase, and others)
3:30 pm Sheep-shearing by hand at the Pioneer Site
4:00 pm Storyteller Wayne McKay on the Performance Stage
4:30 pm Cowboy Gunfight at the Mercantile
Won’t be able to make it to this year’s Baby Animal Days Festival? Join us on April 6, 16, or 23 for a chance to visit our baby farm animals and ride a pony or the train without the distraction of food and craft vendors, performances, or wild animals. Tickets are $5.50 for all ages, available online and at the door. Click Here to contact us for more information.
The American West Heritage Center sits at the foot of the majestic Wellsville Mountains on U. S. Highway 89/91 in Utah’s magnificent Cache Valley, the most scenic route to Jackson Hole, WY and Yellowstone National Park, and just 70 miles north of Salt Lake City.