Last Updated: May 05, 2016 04:23PM •
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The Taylorsville City Leisure, Activities, Recreation and Parks Committee is instituting a “Remember Me” Garden as a living tribute to honor deceased individuals who contributed to the community.
Pink and red paper hearts hung from the ceiling, an Elvis impersonator sang classic love songs and the delicious smell of orange chicken filled the gymnasium of the Taylorsville Senior Center.
Taylorsville residents will plant over 650 blue pinwheels in the lawn outside Taylorsville City Hall on April 2, in hopes of creating a beautiful visual for an ugly subject.
While Taylorsville is still one of Utah’s newer cities, the area has a great history dating back to 1848, when pioneers Joseph and Susanna Harker crossed over the Jordan River and founded the Taylorsville-Bennion area.
For years, many buildings sat vacant and outdated at Redwood and 5400 South. The place looked more like a ghost town than a sweet spot to grab some grub, but within the past year the environment in the area has been changing.
Part horse show, part live theater, part Cirque du Soleil and part concert, Cavalia presents Odysseo in its Utah premiere performance in Sandy.
For more information, stop by any of the 18 libraries in the county.
If it’s a Tuesday morning, you’ll likely find Betty Moore and her two-year-old grandson Sebastian at the Taylorsville branch of the Salt Lake County Library.
Students at Taylorsville High have the opportunity to GEAR UP for college.
When Justin Miller was just two years old, he caught a virus that completely paralyzed his body for a week.