Have you ever seen a wild turkey? Around the Salina area, it is pretty easy to see them. Now with a little snow in the mountains, it is even easier to spot them.
We live in a beautiful place and have so many spectacular things to be thankful for.
Salina City, Mayor, City Council, and staff wish you and your family a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving.
Wild Turkeys Near Salina Utah Photo by: Kirk D Rasmussen
Would you and your children like to have breakfast with Santa?
Join Santa for breakfast on Saturday, December 2nd from 10:00 am to 12 noon at the North Sevier Community Center. (373 W 440 N in Salina)
Visit with Santa and have fun with these fun activities:
Cookie Decorating, Letters to Santa, Coloring Contest, Face Painting, and other fun activities. (mostly at no cost)
Breakfast: Adults $8.00 per person
Children: (under 10) $5.00 per person
Sponsored by: Salina Area Chamber of Commerce, NSHS Student Body Officers and Cheer Leaders, Redmond Minerals,
Barretts, Revelete Dance Academy, Salina Floral, Don’s Sinclair, Boutique So Shiek.
Kick-off your holiday season with a patriotic flare. The Utah 23rd Army Band will be performing a holiday concert. The concert will be Friday, December 1st at Richfield High School Auditorium starting at 7:00 PM. The band will also throw in some interesting twists that you won’t want to miss. Best of all this is a FREE performance and seating is general. So, bring the whole family and come enjoy some patriotic Christmas music brought to you by Utah’s Trail Country. Share and comment your favorite holiday song. I will pick someone at the end of the week to receive a gift card to Main Street Perk in Richfield.
For many families, cutting down a Christmas tree from their backyard National Forest is a wonderful holiday tradition. Before you head out to the woods though, keep a few things in mind.
Permits are available at Don’s Sinclair in Salina for $10 cash or $10.50 if you use a credit card. Permits are required for each tree cut from a National Forest. Permits are available as well in our local Forest Service district ranger office in Richfield.
Check with your local Forest Service office to ensure your driving route is clear and passable.
Be sure your vehicle has the means to access your cutting site: high clearance, four wheel drive, snow tires, and chains.
Attach the permit to the tree from the cutting site and do not remove until the tree is in your home.
Select a tree that is less than 12 feet tall.
Look for a tree in an overcrowded stand to help thin the area.
When cutting your tree, leave less than a 5” inch stump. Do not cut the tops out of trees.