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Richfield Area Chamber of Commerce
Calendar of Events 2018
The Richfield Area Chamber Luncheons are held on the second Wednesday of each month and the Annual Dinner is held on the second Wednesday in November.
February 9-10 1A/2A State Wrestling Tournament
The State Championship for the 1A and 2A high school wrestling will be held at Sevier Valley Center. Schools from throughout the state participate. The Richfield Area Chamber of Commerce hosts the hospitality room for coaches and officials.
February 22-24 2A Boys and Girls State Basketball Tournament
The State Championship for the 2A high school boys’ and girls’ basketball will be held at Sevier Valley Center. Schools from throughout the state participate. The Richfield Area Chamber of Commerce hosts the hospitality room for coaches and officials.
February 28-March 3 1A Boys and Girls State Basketball Tournament
The State Championship for the 1A high school boys’ and girls’ basketball will be held at Sevier Valley Center. Schools from throughout the state participate. The Richfield Area Chamber of Commerce hosts the hospitality room for coaches and officials.
March 17 Chamber Bowling Tournament
Held at Jorgensen’s Bowling Center, this is a fun tournament with five person teams and lots of prizes. There are mulligans available if you need them. To register go to: https://secureinstantpayments.com/sip/cart/event.php?EID=1564
May 24-26 Mid-Way West Carnival
Located at the Richfield City Park, the carnival features amusement rides and game concessions. The carnival will open on Thursday and Friday at 4:00 p.m. and on Saturday at noon. Discount tickets will be available prior to the opening of the carnival at the Chamber office and at Lin’s Fresh Market.
June 2 Mulligan Masters Golf Tournament
Whether you are a seasoned golfer or a beginner, this 4-person scramble golf tournament is a good time for all. There are always plenty of mulligans available if you need them. To register go to: https://secureinstantpayments.com/sip/cart/event.php?EID=1304
June 8-9 Richfield Girls Softball Tournament
The Richfield Area Chamber of Commerce invites girls’ softball teams from throughout the State of Utah to participate in a tournament at the Richfield City softball fields.To register your team go to: https://secureinstantpayments.com/sip/cart/event.php?EID=1280
August 8-9 1A Baseball Preview Tournament
The Richfield Area Chamber of Commerce invites 1A Baseball teams from throughout the State to participate in this preview tournament before their regular season begins.
August 24-25 Trail Days
The Richfield Area Chamber of Commerce sponsors a two day event in Richfield and the surrounding area which encompasses every activity that has to do with trails. It includes the Fish Lake Relay running event, the Sevier Valley Rooster bike ride, ATV/UTV rides and the Back Country Trail Ride. There will be vendors, food and entertainment at the Richfield City Park and a car show. The event will conclude with a concert at the Sevier Valley Center on Saturday night. For more information and to register for events go to: www.traildaysutah.com
August 25 Fish Lake Relay (now part of Trail Days)
The Fish lake Relay begins at an elevation of almost 9,000 feet at Central Utah’s beautiful Fish Lake. The route is 60 miles, climbing and dipping through some of the most beautiful mountain areas in Utah. The relay will conclude at Richfield’s City Park in downtown Richfield.
August 25 Rooster Ride (part of Trail Days)
You should ride the first annual Rooster ride and here are a few reasons why. Clean air and beautiful scenery with almost zero traffic. Test yourself with a Century ride that offers over 4,000 feet of climb. There are also shorter distances for the less crazy. Fully stocked feed stations with the friendliest people on the planet. This event will become one of the premier cycling events in south central Utah. Located in scenic Sevier Valley, Richfield is one Utah’s best-kept secrets. Why Rooster Ride. Way back in the day Sevier Valley was one of the premier pheasant hunting areas of Utah. You too can hunt for your own epic riding experience by riding the Rooster.
September 7-8 Chamber Charity Softball Tournament
The Chamber Charity Softball Tournament is for co-ed softball teams. This year funds will be raised for Out of the Darkness/American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. To register your team go to: https://secureinstantpayments.com?Event=1700
September 17-22 Rocky Mountain ATV Jamboree
The Jamboree begins just as the fall colors are making their debut in central Utah. With the days of guided rides on the Paiute Trail, the Jamboree brings in riders from all over the United States and even some from foreign countries. The Richfield Area Chamber of Commerce welcomes the participants, assists with meals and guides a shopping ride.
Invitational Basketball and Volleyball Tournaments
October 5-6 Volleyball Invitational
November 16-17 1A Girls Basketball
Nov 30-Dec 1 2A/3A Boys Basketball
December 7-8 1A Boys Basketball
December 14-15 2A/3A Girls Basketball
Held at the Sevier Valley Center, 1A, 2A and 3A high school boys and girls compete in these preview invitational tournaments sponsored by the Richfield Area Chamber of Commerce, Richfield Rotary Club and the Sevier School District Foundation.
November 23 Santa Claus arrives in Richfield
Santa Claus arrives in Richfield the day after Thanksgiving at 10:00 a.m. on the fire truck. He will visit with children at his workshop next to the post office that day and every Saturday until Christmas.
December 4-8 Christmas Tree Lane
This Christmas tradition has become a huge community event sponsored by the Richfield Area Chamber of Commerce. Decorated trees from area businesses and organizations line the lobby and halls of the Sevier Valley Center. Entertainment is presented in the theatre and Santa Claus makes an appearance each year.
December 8 Richfield’s 28th Annual Christmas Light Parade
Richfield’s Main Street becomes a display of the holiday spirit during the annual Christmas Light Parade. This holiday tradition has become one of Utah’s premiere events.