K-FH Museum is now involved in three current projects. Learn more.
New Fruit Heights Mini-Exhibit,
County Storytelling and Cemetery Tour
One, Two, Three – Celebrated for FREE!
#1 Whether spooky or silly, stories featuring urban legends and historical stories appeal to humans. We first gathered around campfires, but now we offer seating in a well-lit local amphitheater. This FREE event is family-friendly and open to all. Featuring stories and storytellers from Davis County, you won’t want to miss this event. MID-SEPTEMBER UPDATE -THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED FOR 2023
#2 A Back-to-the-Past school mini-exhibit is now available for viewing during business hours Monday through Friday at the Fruit Heights Administration Building. Bring your students and compare handwriting skills.
#3 In collaboration with Kaysville City’s Historical Preservation Commission, the museum will assist in the annual cemetery tour in October at the Kaysville City Cemetery. Watch for more details to follow.
The empty space is now filled again. As students go back-to-school, a mini exhibit featuring school children from the past is now ready for viewing. The exhibit space at the Fruit Heights City administration building has been empty for a few months. Staff and visitors who have expressed a desire for a new installation are invited to come visit and leave a sample of your best print or cursive handwriting. Is handwriting itself a thing of the past?
Art Exhibit Under Creation Thanks To Grant
A later announcement will provide more information about the late October opening of a Bicentennial Art Exhibit. The Kaysville – Fruit Heights Museum is pleased to announce the award of a grant from the Utah State Division of Arts and Museums. The funds awarded will be used to print historical art paintings first commissioned for the 1976 national bicentennial celebrations. The paintings will rotate between the two cities. We are also grateful to Kaysville RAMP and Fruit Heights pandemic funds given to the museum which will contribute toward the purchase of display racks.
What is your favorite thing to do after sunset in the summer?
Perhaps you love to sing around the firepit, roast marshmallows and tell scarey stories? Color this page to get in the mood to attend the storytelling event next month.
Click the image and print.