Mayor's Corner 11/29/2018
Mark your calendar. Scribble on the back of an envelope. Tie a string around your finger. Whatever you do, please don’t miss next week’s great holiday events.
Monday evening, December 3rd, at 7 p.m., the annual Snow College Christmas Concert will be presented at the Sevier Valley Center. Tickets are only $10 each, or a family pack of 4 for $30, and you can get them at svc.snow.edu or at the door. I promise you won’t be disappointed. Snow College has a four-year music degree program, and it shows! Talented youth with excellent instructors make for a winning combination. Let music bring the feelings of the season alive within us.
The following day, December 4th marks the official beginning of Christmas Tree Lane, also at the Sevier Valley Center. Throughout the rest of the week, enjoy beautifully decorated trees, great local entertainment, and you might even get a chance to visit with Santa. Ryan Shupe and the Rubber Band will present their Christmas Concert on Friday night. The week is capped off Saturday evening with the 29th Annual Christmas Lights Parade on Richfield’s Main Street.
I’ve only mentioned a small part of what’s going on in Richfield over the next few weeks. Many events are mentioned in The Reaper. Listen to KSVC Radio for announcements. Watch for posters as you’re shopping at our great stores. I urge you to get out and support these season happenings. I promise that any “Bah Humbug” feelings you may have will be gently washed from your minds and hearts.
And as we go through this marvelous season, remember that Christmas is not about tinsel and trappings, but a babe in a manger who changed the world! Join me in absorbing the sights and sounds and feelings that bring peace to our hearts and love toward all mankind.Mayor David Ogden