Events and Things to do in Davis County in February

by Discover Davis

Wow, we are already one month into 2023 and it’s hard to believe! February brings with it a few holidays we are looking forward to: Valentine’s Day, President’s Day (hello, 3-day weekend!) and Galentine’s Day (whether you observe it or not). We have so many ways to celebrate all the love this month, in addition to love and 3-day weekends, February is an important reminder to celebrate Black History and patronize local black-owned businesses for Black History Month! A quick fact to enjoy: Lagoon was the first amusement park in the nation to de-segregate! We are so proud to be home to Lagoon and that they saw the importance of trailblazing that inclusion earlier on.

Find out more happening around Davis County this February below!

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February Events In Davis County

Crystal Festival
Antelope Island
Live Music
Theatre & Art
Races & Marathons
Valentine’s Day
Ski Report

The Crystal Festival

This fun rock and mineral show will take place over two days and will include fun activities for kids, vendor booths, demonstrators, and artists.  So come shop, network, and maybe get out on a guided rock-hounding trip.  

Where: Davis Conference Center

When: February 18 & 19 | 10:00 am – 8:00 pm

Price: FREE

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Antelope Island

Hike with a Ranger – A Journey through Time

Join us for a hike to Buffalo Point that is both family and leashed-dog friendly.  We’ll travel back 50,000 years and explore the changes in the landscape along the way.  Park entrance fees apply.

Where: Buffalo Point Trailhead | Map

When: February 4 | 1:00 pm

Live Music

DAC Small Stage Series

Join us at the Davis Art Council’s Small Stage on the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month (October – April) for a night of free music at the Small Stage Theater.  These are free events but seating is limited and is based on a first-come, first-served basis – there will be two shows each night at 6:00 pm or 8:00 pm.

Where: Davis Arts Council Small Stage | Map

When: 1st & 3rd Friday of the month | 6:00 pm & 8:00 pm

Beautiful Dreamer Trio | February 3

“Beautiful Dreamer Trio plays wonderfully delightful music of yesteryear: Popular American Parlor Music. Inspired by the legacy of Stephen Foster, the “Father of American Music” (and taking their name from one of his last compositions), Beautiful Dreamer performs a wide variety of selections that family and friends would gather together in the best room of the home – the Parlor – to enjoy listening and playing: folk songs and dances from ancestral homelands, American folk songs, hymns and spirituals, music from the vaudeville and theater stage, the concert hall and the ballroom, patriotic tunes and marches, and seasonal favorites.”

Che Zuro | February 17

“With her guitar slung low, Ché Zuro plays rhythmically & melodically, luring you in with her smooth alto voice and songs that feel familiar! Compared to Aimee Mann, Sheryl Crow, and Melissa Etheridge, if you must compare, Ché’s rock band background & time frame are about the same, but her songs, a mix of Beatles and Zeppelin to a Native American beat make her really stand out! She paid her dues as a professional musician touring with her own bands, The Orchids, Trinity St., Population 5, et al, touring/recording with artists such as Charlie Sexton, Berlin, Josie Cotton Band, Dokken, Carmine Appice, The Photos, et al, as well as performing as a solo musician and with her female acoustic duo. Ché has placed a few songs in feature films and has won awards for her songwriting in both the John Lennon Songwriting Contest and the Billboard Songwriting Contest. Among her 7 solo and duo recordings on Youghiogheny River Records, she recently released her record Rivers and Rain, which contains tunes penned about the Pennsylvania neighborhood where she grew up.”

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Theatre & Art

CenterPoint Legacy Theatre presents She Loves Me

She Loves Me is a charming, romantic comedy with an endearing innocence and old-world elegance that warms the heart.  It is a story of mistaken identity, letter writing, and two feuding perfume clerks who have no idea that they have fallen in love with each other.  Based on the Mikos Lazlos play The Parfumerie, which has inspired many adaptations including The Shop Around the Corner and the beloved film You’ve Got Mail, this lovely musical is a show over which you will all head over heels.”

Where: CenterPoint Legacy Theatre

When: January 20 – February 18 

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On Pitch Performing Arts presents Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella

Where: On Pitch Performing Arts

When: February 3 – February 25

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Hopebox Theatre presents The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

“An eclectic group of sixth-graders arrives at the 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, each eager to win for very different reasons. Sweet and shy Olive brings only her best friend (the dictionary) with her to the bee; bold and hyperallergic speller William Barfee uses his “magic foot” to propel him to greatness; former champion Chip is struggling with his burgeoning puberty; easily distracted Leaf is unconvinced that he’s smart enough to be a challenger; overachiever Marcy is disappointed by her consistent success; and politically aware Logainne Schwartzandgrubenierre only wants to impress her gay dads. In hilarious, touching, and catchy songs, each speller reveals his/her hopes, struggles, and passions as they make their way through the competition. With an engaging, tuneful score by William Finn and a sweet, funny book by Rachel Sheinkin, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee causes audiences to fall in love, both with the show itself and its “perspicacious,” “jocular,” and “effervescent” spellers.”

Where: Hopebox Theatre 

When: February 10 – March 4

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The Improv-ables 

The Improvables perform live, family-friendly improv. Each show is custom-tailored to the audience that night, so you never know what to expect, and neither do they! That’s the fun of improv – they take your suggestions and the things you love to create an unforgettable, never-before-seen, one-of-a-kind comedy experience. Shows last 90 minutes and tickets are required.

Where: Bountiful Davis Art Center

When: Fridays | 9:00 pm

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Exhibits On Display at the BDAC:

Art exhibit at the Bountiful Davis Art Center Utah

The Adversity Collection by Jon Morgan

Unobserved by David Edward Linn

Self-Evident by Hilary Swingle & Nicole Woodruff

Finding Hope Within the Pain by Javicci

You Could Have Said Something Beautiful Instead by Nicole LaRue

Art Access Partners

Opening Reception: January 13 | 6:00 pm

Where: Bountiful Davis Arts Center

On View: January 13 – February 25 

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Free Family Art Night

“We’ll be taking inspiration from the work of Javicci’s exhibition titled Finding Hope within the Pain which is on display in the annex gallery to make assemblage art frames. Each participant will receive a frame to adorn with a variety of found objects. This project is suited to artists of all ages but little ones may want help from an adult. All materials are provided.”

Where: Bountiful Davis Art Center

When: February 6 | 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

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Heritage Museum of Layton Lecture: Photograph Preservation and Care

This lecture will be by Skye Cranor, a photo coach, specializing in the digitization and storage of all types of media.

Where: Heritage Museum of Layton

When: February 13 | 6:30 pm

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Sweethearts 5K & Cupid’s 1K

Sign up for 5K, 10K, Half Marathon or Full Marathon. 

Where: South Davis Rec Center | Map

When: February 11 | 9:00 am & 9:45 am

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Wasatch Audubon Society Bird Walks

Bird Walk: Layton Commons Park

Where: Layton Commons Park (Parking lot within the horseshoe)

When: February 1 | 8:30 am

Bird Walk: Great Salt Lake Nature Center

Where: 1157 S Waterfowl Way (110 W Glovers Lane), Farmington (parking lot)

When: February 15 | 8:30 am

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Great Salt Lake Audubon – 12th Annual Gullstravaganza

A short presentation followed by several hours of looking for gulls.

Where: Eccles Wildlife Education Center

When: February 11 | 12:30 pm – 4:30 pm

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Bald Eagle Viewing Day

Come see America’s most iconic bird in the wetlands!  Every winter, bald eagles fly south to find food and escape colder conditions farther north, which makes January and February the perfect time to spot these birds.  Personnel from the Utah DWR will be there to answer questions and help you spot bald eagles.  Free Bald Eagle Month pins will be available while supplies last

Where: Eccles Wildlife Education Center

When: February 18 | 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. 

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

So it’s 2023 and Valentine’s Day isn’t purely for romantic love anymore, it’s for celebrating love of all kinds and those people in our lives whose love has changed us, so whether or not you want to celebrate with your special someone, or you want to celebrate your parents, children, friends, or siblings, then why not extend the love holiday for the whole month? And of course, if you aren’t familiar with Galentine’s Day, it’s a day for celebrating the women or ‘gals’ in your life and it has quickly become one of our favorite holidays because we don’t need any extra incentive for a fabulous brunch and/or spa day with our besties. We love love…we’re all about finding perfect date night spots, fun date nights with the kids, dates with ourselves, and expressing love for the outdoors, the arts, wildlife, coffee and food, and dare I say, even running. The love of amusement and fun is what we’re all about here in Davis and no matter who you choose to celebrate with, the celebrations can go on all month and we have a lot of options for you, for your partner, for your family, and for your furry friends no matter what love language you speak. Plus, nothing promotes strong relational bonds than trying something new together, maybe this month you try something you’ve always wanted to, like petting a sloth at Seaquest, dressing up and going rollerskating, or taking an art or cooking class.

Layton City Valentine’s Dance

Join Family Recreation at the annual Valentine’s Dance.  The dance will include a live band, refreshments, and prize giveaways.  Admission is free.

Where: Central Davis Jr. High Gym | Layton

When: February 10 | 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

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Valentine’s Dinner

Spend your Valentine’s dinner at the Davis Conference Center and enjoy not just a delicious dinner but live entertainment, a photo booth, and if you make a reservation with other couples, enjoy custom table seating for your party. Call (801) 416-4101 to reserve your spot today!

Where: Davis Conference Center

When: February 14 | 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

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Valentine’s Day Skate Night

Take your date skating and show off those moves! Skating pairs receive free skate rentals. This deal is valid at both the Bountiful Ice Ribbon and the South Davis Rec Center.

Where: Bountiful Ice Ribbon & South Davis Recreation Center

When: February 14

PC: Twig’s Bistro

Valentine Specials:

  • Twig’s Bistro & Martini Bar
  • Weller’s Bistro
  • Waffled
  • Caffe Torino
  • Lagoon Biergarten

Grab a local treat:

  • Mrs. Cavanaugh’s
  • Lisa’s Passion for Popcorn
  • Blue Moose
  • Nothing Bundt Cakes
  • Twisted Sugar
  • Parson’s Bakery
  • Sweet Cake Bake Shop

Shred the Slopes

We have had some robust storms this season! Enjoy the best snow on earth, whether you stick to groomers or like black diamonds, there are options for the whole family! In Davis, we are surrounded by world-class resorts (9 to be exact!), so that makes Davis your perfect base camp for a ski vacation. If you’re looking to hit Snowbasin Resort, you can rest easy with transportation needs and catch a lift on the UTA Route 677 ski service bus. Find Your Route.

The Ski & Snow Report

Powder Mountain

Mountain Conditions

Want to find other ways to play in Davis? See below for ways to #discoverdavis outdoors and indoors!

  • Photo of Holbrook Canyon Hiking Trail


    With over 500 miles of paved and unpaved trails, there’s a hike in Davis for every skill level. Be sure to check trail conditions prior to heading out on mountain trails. Check out our favorite hikes here.  If you’re hitting the trail, download our Wander map to find trails near you!

  • North Canyon Trail Bike Trail on A Gorgeous Day


    Our impressive trail system here in Davis has great routes for leisure biking or mountain biking, check out our favorites here.

  • Golfing

    Davis is home to 10 beautiful golf courses — nine public golf courses and one private country club. Each course has beautiful views of the Great Salt Lake and the Wasatch Mountains, and several are highly ranked in Utah and in national golf publications. Check them out here.

  • Bountiful Ice Ribbon

    Bountiful Town Square

    Whether you’re experiencing Dave in the winter or the warmer months, Bountiful’s Town Square has the Bountiful Ice Ribbon in the winter which then becomes a path for roller skating and blading, walking and strollers in the spring. Reservations will not be required, but check with the South Davis Rec Center for opening dates after the ice rink closes for the season. Stay and shop or grab a bite to eat on Bountiful’s Main Street. (Photo: Roger Tuttle)

  • Antelope Island

    Discover guided e-biking and horseback riding tours, hike, camp, or get in that salty water.  Antelope Island State Park has numerous fun activities!

  • Birding

    Take a trip to the Great Salt Lake Shorelands Preserve or the Farmington Bay WMA/Eccles Wildlife Education Center to discover the magic of the Great Salt Lake wetlands and ecosystems, which includes fantastic birding opportunities (our area gets 4 million feathered visitors each year)!

  • Lagoon Amusement Park

    Lagoon Amusement Park is Utah’s only amusement park.  Depending on when you are visiting, Lagoon has a generous operating season from late March through Halloween in October.  Visit and discover the magic that awaits you in Lagoon, Lagoon-A-Beach, and Pioneer Village.

  • Enjoy the Theatre

    We’ve got lots of incredible theatres and productions in Davis this year in 2022, check them out at the: CenterPoint Legacy Theatre, Hopebox Theatre, and On Pitch Performing Arts! (OPPA)

  • Experience Station Park

    Visiting Station Park is more than just stores – it’s an experience in itself! This open-air shopping center features more than 100 shops and restaurants, from nationally branded to locally owned. A great place to spend the day outdoors, with something for everyone in the family. Be sure to watch the beautiful fountain show, designed by the same hydro-engineering wizards who built the famed Bellagio fountain in Las Vegas.

  • Bountiful Main Street 01


    Don’t forget to check out Bountiful’s Historic Main Street and Layton Hills Mall if you’re in the mood to shop and eat!

  • Family Fun at The Rush Go Carts For Everyone

    6 Amusement Centers!

    Check out our other fun amusement centers for laser tag, go-karting, bowling, arcade games, mini golf and more!

  • SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium

    Snorkel with the stingrays, pet a sloth, feed a tortoise, and get a fishy pedicure!  Those are just a few of the fun interactive experiences you can have at SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium!  Plus, you’re right in Layton Hills Mall which means you can easily add in other fun activities for your day, get some shopping done, and have plenty of restaurant options.