Several public events are happening on Memorial Day in Northern Utah, including a veterans program at Kaysville Cemetery and the kickoff of Ogden Dinosaur Park's summer season.
— Mark Shenefelt, Standard-Examiner
Kaysville Memorial Day Program
Vietnam veteran Larry Steed, a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel, is the speaker at Kaysville's Memorial Day program, 10 a.m. Monday at the city cemetery.
Location: 500 E. Crestwood Road, Kaysville
Race for Grief
The Race For Grief, an annual event to honor departed loved ones, begins at 8 a.m. Monday at West Bountiful Park.
Events include 10K and 5K runs, a 2-mile walk and a kids' K.
Location: 550 W. 1600 North, Bountiful
Ogden's Dinosaur Park
Ogden's George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park's summer hours begin on Memorial Day.
Cost: children under 2 free, 2-12 $5, 13-17 $6, seniors $6 and adults, $7.
Location: 1544 E. Park Blvd., Ogden
Operation Hero display
The Operation Hero display honoring Utah's fallen service members can be seen May 23-27 at Station Park.
Operation Hero, a nonprofit, began putting on events in honor of Army 1st Sgt. Tracy Stapley, formerly of Hooper, who died July 3, 2013, at Cam As Syalyah, Qatar, in a noncombat-related incident.
Monday hours for the display are noon to 6 p.m.
Location: 140 N. Union Ave., Farmington.
Goldilocks group ride
The Goldilocks Group Ride is for women in the Centerville area.
The Memorial Day ride begins at 5:30 p.m at Trek Bicycle, 126 N. I-15 Frontage Road, Centerville.
Woods Cross City Memorial Day Celebration
The Woods Cross City Memorial Day Celebration begins with a fun run an walk at 7 a.m.
Other activities include a flag ceremony, 8 a.m., plus a chuck wagon breakfast, speakers and entertainment.
Info: City office, 801-292-4421