April 25th - May 8th

  Events Calendar

Fireside at Historical Museum
Apr 26, 6:00 pm
Museum - Map

Come and enjoy historic photographs of Washington City heritage presented by the Washington City Historic Society. For more information, please contact Sherrie Reeder at (435) 229-5239.


Cotton Days Second Grade Field Trips
Apr 27, 9:30 am
Veterans Park - Map

Local 2nd grade students get the chance to learn about Washington City's history. They will learn about clothing and textile making, planting of crops, Antique tractors and machinery, the first settlers and their modes of transportation. This is a great morning for all the youth of Washington County School District. In conjunction with Color Country Antique Machinery Association, the Washington Historical Society, and Washington City. This is a free event. Rosie Kirkland: (435) 862-6212


Washington City Community Center Family Swim Night
Apr 27, 5:00 pm
Washington City Community Center - Map

As part of the Washington City Cotton Days week-long celebration, come have fun and celebrate at the Washington City Community Center Family Swim Night! If you have not had an opportunity to walk the halls of this monumental building then this is your chance. If you already have, then they invite you back. There will be activities for the whole family including: Water Roller Balls, Foam, Live Entertainment from the Rok Dox & Red Rock Swing Dancers, Light Refreshments and great discounts for annual memberships.

April 27 only: purchase an annual membership of $200 or more will receive $75 off. Memberships below $200 will receive $50 off. A monthly promotion (Summer Family of Fun Pass) of $125 is on sale for a family for 3 months will be on sale tonight and all enrollment fees waived!

Take a WCCC Survey and enter to win free sport certificates & family day passes. This evening will provide your whole family with the opportunity to enjoy the many of the facility's amenities. FREE for WCCC members and Washington City Residents and $1 for visitors.



Ice Cream Social Historical Society
Apr 28, 5:00 pm
Museum - Map

Enjoy a ice cream social and Wagon Rides to Historical Sites such as the Covington Home, Adair Springs, and Cotton Mill. Contact George Staheli with the Washington City Historical Society at (435) 673-3085.


Cotton Days Barrel Racing
Apr 29, 6:00 pm
Millcreek Ranch - Map

This event is free to the public to attend. With the Goat tail pull, open 2d poles, and 4d poles this will be a real hoot, so come on down and join the fun. The Washington County Barrel Racing Association invites all to join in. Register at wcbra.webs.com. Katie Larsen is the Barrel Racing organizer for this event. Contact the Washington City Community Center at 435-656-6353 for more info!


Cotton Days Jr. Rodeo
Apr 30, 5:00 pm
Millcreek Ranch - Map

Register online as a participant at cottondays.org. Tickets to the Rodeo will be $5 per person or $20 for a family of 6. The audience may participate in the bunny chase, chicken chase, boot contest and more!


Spring Swing Dance
May 1, 7:00 pm
WCCC - Map

Come out to our Spring Swing Dance event Friday May 1 at the WCCC Reception Hall! From 7-8 p.m. take part in a free beginner lesson and spend the rest of the night dancing away with your partner and friends! All ages welcome. Free to WCCC members and $3 to other participants. Hope to see you there!


Ironman Breakfast
May 2, 8:00 am
Corner of Buena Vista and Main Street - Map

Come enjoy a free pancake breakfast & cheer on our local Ironman Athletes along Buena Vista & Main St.


Cotton Days Movie in the Park
May 2, 6:00 pm
Veterans Park - Map

The Washington City Chamber of Commerce will be conducting the first Movie in the Park for the new season. Free admission. Vendor booths and various activities will be provided including free popcorn (while supplies last). Are Ironman athletes your hero? We got your hero Saturday Night, "Big Hero 6"! Come to the park & join us as we honor local Ironman Heroes. Vendors & Dress up contest start at 6pm. Movie starts at dusk.


Cotton Days Golf Tournament
May 8, 9:00 am
Greenspring Golf Course - Map

The fun begins at 9 a.m. with a shotgun start, in a 3-man scramble. Cost is $125 per person for a two-day tournament. Price includes green fees, cart prizes, lunch and the payoff. See greenspringolfcourse.com for details or call (435) 673-7888.