Volunteers are needed for Honeyville’s Special Zoning Committee. Candidates must live in Honeyville and be available to attend meetings in July and August. More details about the position are available at Honeyville City Hall. Letters of intent can be submitted in person or emailed to email@example.com .
• July 3: Dinner and a movie — starts at dusk
• July 3: Trap Shoot — 6 p.m. at Mark Bingham’s gravel pit, 8590 N. Hwy. 38. Free Chances to win gift cards, T-shirts, hats and shooting apparel, etc. Bring your own gun, ammo, eye and ear protection, and parent or guardian if you are under 18.
• July 4: Freedom run — Cost is $15 pre-registration (www.honeyvillefreedomrun.com) or $20 with a T-shirt ($10 without) at event. Registration starts at 6:45 a.m. in the Crystal Hot Springs bowery and the race starts 7:30 a.m.
• July 4: Fireman’s Annual Breakfast — $8 adults, $4 youth, family discount. 7-9 a.m. Serving sausage, hash browns, pancakes and eggs
• July 4: Honeyville Parade. Free. Starts at 10 a.m. John Huff will be master of ceremonies and emceeing the parade. Grand Marshal for 2019 TBA. Special appearances by Honeyville Mayor Boyd Bingham, Honeyville City Council, military veterans, Box Elder County Unified Fire District, Honeyville Honey, Frank May Ski-Doo, and Lainie, who will be breaking her own record of the most candy thrown at the Honeyville parade EVER! Come join the fun!
• July 4: Fun in the Park — Hamburger stand, games, pie eating contest, bouncy houses and trout pond.
• July 6: Honeyville Rodeo — Cost $1 to $20. Registration 8-9:30 a.m. Rodeo starts at 10 a.m.
• July 8: Letter of interest due for Honeyville’s Special Zoning Committee
• July 10: Honeyville City Council meeting, 7 p.m.
• July 17: Honeyville Planning and Zoning meeting, 7 p.m. Rezoning industrial to agriculture public hearing. All are invited to attend.