Oktoberfest is Sunday, Oct. 7 in the City Park

Ogden City Park will be bustling with activity this Sunday, when the community gathers for its annual Oktoberfest celebration. Come for lunch and enjoy the afternoon festivities that include music, games, and hay rack and pony rides. 

Be sure to stop by the Ogden Legacy table to sign up for the door prizes that will be given away throughout the afternoon. There will also be a silent auction for some light pole decorations and a TV. Kids in grades 1-8 can sign up to compete in the Spelling Bee and win a cash prize for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. 

This year Ogden Alumnus, Maggie Wimmer, will be showcased in the band shell. You can also come kick up your heels while the Sugar Creek Cloggers perform around 3:00 p.m.: The OHS marching band will kick things off and the dancers from Micki’s Gotta Dance studio will also be performing in front of the stage. 

Other activities in and around the park include: Ambulance tours provide by the Ogden First Responders; fire truck rides courtesy of the Ogden Fire Department; Boy Scout wreath sales; broomstick making demonstrations; Fall photo booth and games for kids of all ages. A pork sandwich lunch and drink will be available. Be sure and save room for fall snacks of kettle corn, pie, hot chocolate, a n d apple nachos later in the day.


Pie in the Face

Ogden Community Women’s group is having a ‘Pie in the Face’ contest at Oktoberfest. Money raised from the event goes to OHS Senior Scholarships. Who’s going to be in the hot seat?

12:15: Dr. Rick Elbert (chiropractor)

12:45: OHS principal Maury Ruble

1:15: Realtor Linda Keenan

2:00: K-9 Deputy Sheriff Nate Benjamin

2:30: School board member Matt Van Sickle

3:00: Peoples Bank Ogden branch manager Melanie Jennings

3:30: Mayor Denny Good

More names to be added.




Begins at 1 p.m. SW corner of park. (30% of funds raised go to the Ogden Food Pantry)