Utah Free Events: Weber County Residents – Ogden Nature Center, Hill AFB and More!

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Weber County RAMP Committee has organized some fun summer activities. Families of Weber County are invited to participate in RAMP Summer Saturdays 2016 thru August 20.

RAMP has teamed up with local cities and non-profit organizations to provide free entrance to many of our local attractions throughout the summer.

This Saturday, June 4th, Free Activities are:

  • Hill Aerospace Museum
  • Marshall White Center
  • Ogden Nature Center
  • Roy Recreation Complex
  • Weber Pathways

You can see the full schedule of FREE activities here.

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5 Responses

  1. I'm a Weber resident and have gone to free Saturday activities for several years. We have never been asked to show any kind of ID or proof of residency. Most venues are just taking count at the door. My assumption is that it will be the same this year. It is for "Families of Weber County" because part of our taxes are designated for the program. However, I'd say you're more than welcome (if my vote counts ;)
    • Thanks for the info Tonya.
  2. Does anyone know for sure if you have to show ID to verify that you are a Weber County residence or can you just show up during the stated times for each activity?
  3. Amanda
    I'm assuming you have to show an ID with an address since this is for Families of Weber County?
    • c4u
      My assumption is that you probably need some kind of proof that you reside in Weber County.
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