Lehi, UT

Pacific Islander Heritage Month Celebration In Lehi, Utah

S. F. Mori

Two days at the Lehi Farmers Market

Pacific Islander Heritage Month FlyerProvided by Pacific Islanders

The Pacific Islander Heritage Month is a chance to celebrate the culture of people from the Pacific Islands who have settled in Utah and their descendants. An event will take place at the Lehi Farmers Market on Friday and Saturday, August 19 and 20, 2022. The location is 7431 North 8000 West in Lehi, Utah.

The hours of operation will be on Friday from 3 to 8 pm and Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm.

This will be the 2nd annual such celebration held at the Lehi Farmers Market to celebrate the Pacific Islander Heritage Month.

The Lehi Farmers Market has over forty vendors and food trucks which participate for the public to enjoy. They have a variety of products and food items from which to choose. They will be hosting this event.

The Lehi Farmers Market is a farm with farm activities and not actually like a regular farmers market so you should not expect to see a lot of farmers there with fresh produce to sell. It is more of a craft fair and place for vendors to sell their wares of various types.

The following activities will be available: Island booths, youth entrepreneurs, delicious food items, horse riding, petting zoo tractor rides, and a gem hunt.

The event this weekend will likely have vendors with products related somehow to the Pacific Islands. People may be selling handmade items and foods which are popular in the islands. It should be a chance to enjoy entertainment and music of the Pacific Islands.

[Reference: https://www.multicultural.utah.gov/ut-pacific-islander-heritage-month/]

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